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The ZetaTalk Newsletter
Issue 308, Sunday August 26, 2012
Weekly news and views from around the world and beyond.
New ZetaTalk Earth Changes Announcements Signs of the Times
Great Wall Collapse

What is the common link in the collapse in the Great Wall of China near Beijing, the collapse of a major Hong Kong bridge, and the collapse of a dam near Zhoushan in China? All three sites are along China’s eastern coastline, where the crust is thin.

ZetaTalk Prediction 7/10/2010: As noted in our explanation of the Hangzhou UFO sighting, which was seen from the airport at Hangzhou and down along the China coastline all the way to the Vietnam Sea, this coastline can anticipate participating in the 7 of 10 sinking of the plate tongue holding Indonesia. This is what is emerging. As we pointed out at that time, these regions were being warned about tsunami and a suddenly rising sea level as the plate tongue holding Indonesia is bent and pulled down. Note the path of the quakes you delineated, and they are along this path that was warned. This area of China is also subject to being bent, as the crust is not as thick as further inland, and as is known is having horrific sinkhole problems.

A portion of the Great Wall of China collapsed on August 8, 2012.

The Great Wall of China Collapses after Heavy Rains
August 10, 2012
The rain in the Hebei Province in Northern China caused massive flooding, and tons of water swept down from the mountains and swept away a section of the wall at Dajingmen. Reports from experts say other fragments of the Wall, which has stood for centuries, are also in danger due to erosion and cracking. The Dajingmen section, as well as the most of Great Wall, was constructed during the Ming Dynasty that reined in China between 1368 and 1644. However there are still fragments of the Great Wall dating to the 2nd century BC. The Great Wall of China stretches from east to west along the historical northern border of China. It consists of a series of walls built of stone, brick, earth, and wood to protect the Chinese Empire from invaders.

Where rain was blamed, this was more than two weeks after rains were in the area! Clearly something other than rain caused this portion of the Great Wall to collapse.

Heaviest Rain In 60 Years Kills 37 In Beijing
July 22, 2012
The heaviest rainfall to hit China's capital Beijing in six decades. The Chinese government announced the deaths on Sunday as a rain storm caused widespread chaos - flooding streets and stranding 80,000 people at the city's main airport.
China Flood's Death Toll Reaches 88
July 29, 2012
Tens of thousands of people have been compelled to leave their homes in the north and northwest of China due to the Yellow River floods. The authorities are organizing camps for them. The floods were caused by torrential rain. The water level in some districts of Shansi Province has reached the highest mark since 1989. Heavy rain has been battering various regions of China since the second half of this month.

The Great Wall collapse happened on August 8, 2012 as did the collapse of a major bridge in Hong Kong. The relationship in date cannot be missed, and is no coincidence.

Investigation Underway for Bridge Collapsed in China's Jiangxi
August 8, 2012
The Hedong Bridge in Guangchang County of Jiangxi Province collapsed. Casualties were unknown yet, while investigation into the cause of the collapse was underway.

Add to this a broken dam in the city of Zhoushan. This occurred on August 10, 2012 and like the Great Wall and Hong Kong bridge collapse, is located in the thin crust region of eastern China.  Why would rain break a dam, which was constructed to hold water back. Does it matter that it got wet? Per the Zetas, all dams will break by or during the hour of the Pole Shift.

10 Killed, 27 injured in Dam Break in East China
August 10, 2012
A dam breach in the city of Zhoushan in east China's Zhejiang Province. Zhejiang has been lashed by downpours over the last few days with the arrival of typhoon Haikui.

ZetaTalk Prediction 7/18/2009: All dams will break either during the pole shift or in the months leading up to the hour of the shift. Look at the structure of the dam! It assumes that rock holding both sides of the dam will remain in place and not move. Of course these sides will move. This is a subduction zone! There is mountain building and even where the mountains are not being pushed upward, they are moving from side to side. Some parts are more fluid than others, which are more resistant during any earthquake thrust, so there is inevitably movement to the side. They will pull apart, slide forward or backwards, but in any case the water will find its way around the dam.

Handicapped? Not Me!

During the 2012 Olympics, several heartwarming examples of the human spirit overcoming disadvantages were evident – handicapped Olympians! First, a legally blind archer! Rather than 20/20 vision, Im Dong-Hyun has 20/100 in one eye and 20/200 in the other. He broke the world record! Another archer, born without arms, Stutzman almost qualified in 2011. Using only his feet, he refuses to be called handicapped. Then there is the S African Pistorius, who lost both his legs below the knee at the age of 11 months yet runs at a blistering speed.  Ask any of them if they are handicapped and they would say “not me!

Legally Blind South Korean Archer Im Dong-Hyun Eyes Gold Medal at the Games
July 26, 2012
It is a staggering feat when one considers that he has 20/200 vision in his left eye, meaning he needs to be 10 times closer to see an object than someone with perfect 20/20 vision.  His right eye, meanwhile, is not much better – he has 20/100 vision in that one – and yet he has no problem in hitting a 122cm target from 70 metres.
London Olympics: Legally Blind Archer Sets World Record
July 27, 2012
Legally blind archer Im Dong-hyun broke the world record in the 72-arrow mark with 699 points and led South Korea to a team record in the ranking round at the London Olympics.
Armless Archer has Olympic Aspirations
February 11, 2011
Stutzman, 28, was born without arms. When he shoots in tournaments, he doesn’t enter as a disabled shooter. He shoots along with everyone else. Stutzman not only uses standard off-the-shelf archery equipment, he tries to use few modified things in the rest of his life.
Pistorius, 25, Is First Double-Amputee Sprinter to Compete in Olympic Games
August 4, 2012
The four-time Paralympic gold medal winner, 25, qualified for the 400-meter semifinals Saturday, making him the first double-amputee sprinter to compete at the Olympics. He runs on prosthetic legs called Flex-Foot Cheetahs. Pistorius' journey to the top can only be described as miraculous. After he underwent amputation surgery when he was 11 months old, he received his first pair of prosthetic legs at 17 months.
Blade Runner Makes Successful Olympic Debut
August 4, 2012
Announced to the Olympic Stadium crowd by both his name and nickname ("The Blade Runner"), Pistorius received a massive ovation from the 80,000 fans, and then ran a blistering lap around the red track, every step of it on his J-shaped carbon-fiber prostheses.

This is the type of spirit that will prevail after the Pole Shift, which the Zetas have called the great leveler. Those who have never had much will not see the Pole Shift diminishing their lives. They will see only the great opportunities lying before them, particularly those who are Service-to-Other oriented and quick to respond to need in others. The elite, the wealthy and powerful, will see things in a different light, as their lives will indeed be diminished. The great leveler, the Pole Shift, will empower the common man, and free them from the bondage of having to maintain the status quo they labored under in the past.

ZetaTalk Prediction 7/31/2004: We have mentioned that the poor, the homeless, the mentally ill, will fare better during the coming changes because they will not grieve for lost possessions, and already being at the bottom of life’s ladder, will find themselves suddenly counseling others on how to survive. We have mentioned that the coming changes, the Pole Shift, is a great leveler, putting the formerly wealthy on the streets and in desperation, and the formerly homeless in a larger junk yard from which to build a hovel.  The former drone of the status quo finds themselves more alert, feeling an energy they had lost early in life as restrictions closed about them like a net, and perhaps feeling alive for the first time in decades. The clingy and demanding spouse, the possessions demanding to be polished, the inane boss demanding to be considered brilliant, all can be ignored. Life has received an infusion of energy, charged not only by need for action on the part of anyone with a heart that cares, but also by the breaking of virtual bondage that most societies represent. A downside, suddenly up!

Manila Goes Under

Despite it being the season of the monsoons, Manila’s flooding is more extensive than would be expected. On July 10, 2012 flood waters were waist deep in Manila, all due just to rains. But a glance at the MODIS satellite image from last October 6, 2011 shows that the Philippine island of Luzon has already experienced the 40 foot loss of elevation the Zetas predicted for the Philippines. The flooding, whether over the monsoons or over a tropical storm, are devastating because Manila has sunk. By August 10, 2012 and August 13, 2012 Manila was again in the news. Clearly, from a quick glance at a MODIS satellite image, Luzon has sunk the 40 feet that the Zetas predicted.

Floods Submerge Luzon
July 5, 2012
A road emergency crew member wades through waist-deep floodwater to unclog drains after a heavy downpour in Quezon City, Metro Manila July 3, 2012. Heavy rain has flooded some roads, causing classes to be suspended in parts of Metro Manila.
62 dead, 2.4 Million Affected by Habagat Rains, Floods
August 10, 2012
Sixty-two people have died while 10 have gone missing from heavy rains and floods in the Philippines caused by a storm-enhanced "habagat" or the southwest monsoon. The flooding that submerged 80 percent of Manila early in the week has largely subsided, allowing people to return to their homes, but vital rice-growing areas to the north remained under water as more rain fell there. In Manila, clean-up operations were underway in riverside communities that endured waters up to two metres (six and a half feet) high.
95 Killed, 3.4 Million Affected by 'Habagat' Rains
August 13, 2012
Heavy rains and floods also affected 366,669 people in Metro Manila, with 109,023 now housed in evacuation centers.

If fact, the MODIS chart shows sinking on Luzon above Manila beyond what was predicted! It almost appears that a portion of Luzon is cracking off to form a separate island. Per the Zetas, because of the simultaneous crunch sideways and push downward, like an accordion, the folds can produce unpredictable results.

ZetaTalk Prediction 2/26/2011: What will happen to the entire island structure during the massive plate adjustments pending? The Philippine Islands ride on the edge of the Eurasian Plate tongue holding Indonesia. As such they are subject to being crushed from the east and pushed down, simultaneously. As has been noted during the sinking of the tongue, the sinking has not been uniform. The plate tongue is folding like an accordion, so that portions sink, other portions rise, and all are buckling and crumbling. It is not possible, even for ourselves, to predict exactly which island in the Philippines will be affected, and in what way, by the multiple actions that will be taking place. The Philippine Plate is plunging under them, from the east. There is pressure from the east, so that the islands will buckle, weak points either rising up or dropping, suddenly, creating a jumble. And meanwhile, the islands are being drawn down as the tongue slips under the curve under Sumatra and Java. 

Does the establishment in the Philippines own and admit to the 40 foot loss of elevation? They admit to sinking, and being below sea level in places, but claim a slow and slight process of several centimeters per year. Not of course due to the sinking of the Sunda Plate, and not of course due to the accuracy of ZetaTalk or the presence of Planet X. Those are forbidden subjects.

Metro Manila Sinking, Expert Says
Aug 16, 2012
All of the metropolitan area of Manila, the capital of the Philippines, is sinking. The entire Metro Manila is sinking. And we said you’ll have to consider that it’s sinking and not slowly, it’s sinking at several centimeters per year. Metro Manila can never be flood resistant. Parts of the region are below sea level.

Farm Guards

So you survived the Pole Shift in a rural area, and even managed to collect seeds and know how to garden and save seed. You plan to grow lysine rich vegies so could even mix corn and amaranth grains in the Winter for meatless meals. Maybe you plan to collect a small herd of goats for milk and meat, or house a flock of chickens for eggs and meat. But what about foxes and wolves and cougars and hawks picking off your herds and flocks? Here are some domestic beasts that can help you with that!

Take geese for instance. If you are looking for a noisy alarm when intruders, human or otherwise, approach, a goose or a flock of geese is ideal. They are more than noisy, they attack! As reported on the BackyardChickens site “Canada Geese I have seen over and over from my window beating the crap out of coons and foxes but they are more powerfully built than domestic geese and much better fighters.“ Roosters are very focused on protecting their hens. True patriarchs, they will locate food, call the hens, and stand guard over them while the hens eat it all. They will also challenge and face a hawk or fox while the hens run for cover. The downside? Be sure to socialize them when young to the human presence so they think of you as one of the flock. And be prepared for that early morning alarm clock.

How to Use a Goose for Home Security
Geese can make excellent "watchdogs" or guards. In fact, geese are used to guard businesses such as whiskey warehouses in Scotland and military facilities in Europe. Geese are loud and quick to respond when they hear the slightest questionable noise. A flock of geese may be an unusual method of home security, but they can be effective without any special training.
Benefits of Raising Roosters
July 31, 2008
The rooster is on constant guard for predators such as hawks, snakes, and any other animal that is likely to cause harm to the flock.

Got a herd of sheep or goats? Get a guard donkey or mule. It is the donkey blood that brings the strong protective instinct. A donkey will kill a dog or coyote that threatens a herd it feels attached to, instinctively. Mules are larger, though perhaps harder to come by after the Pole Shift as being a hybrid they are sterile. Mules will reportedly “stomp a rattler or copper head till it looks like ground beef.” They also hate and can even kill cougars, though the mule in the photo above was slinging a dead cougar.

Guard Donkeys, Mules Protect Against Predators
January 16, 2010
Donkeys are capable of killing a dog or coyote. Their braying is a warning that these predators recognize and tend to avoid. Goat and sheep farmers from Canada to Texas are using donkeys and mules to guard their herds from predators. Mules, offspring of a male donkey bred to a horse, also carry the natural animosity and aggressiveness toward such predators and are used as herd guardians, though donkeys are generally preferred. There are some documented incidents of mules winning bouts with mountain lions.

The hard working goat herder in the Finegan Fine story could have used a little help from a little donkey or two!

At the high end of the pasture are several wooden shelters, flat topped, for goats. Goats are seen standing on the tops of their shelters, as well as ranging in groups around the pastureland and clustering around a hay dispenser. A lean man, bow-legged and sprightly, comes striding down the pasture toward the shoreline. The goat-herder is wearing faded blue jeans several sizes too large, as he has lost weight. A leather belt is cinching the pants, keeping them from falling down. The belt has obviously been pulled several notches past their usual worn catch point, tightened regularly lately. He has a stained white t-shirt that has not seen Tide or bleach for many months, but looks like it has been washed recently as it is not stained by sweat or dirt. The goatherd seems to be following him, and gather behind him at the shore. Curious, and following their herder as goats do without needing any prodding.

The goat-herder has fashioned a shelter for himself near the goat shelters at the top of the hill. Various weathered boards, showing signs of various paint colors in past lives, are nailed to form a lean-to. The ends are open for ventilation, covered by cloth that can be dropped down in cold weather, and the boards of the lean-to can be lifted for light also. He cooks over a wood-burning stove placed under a tarp, so rain is kept from the cooking area. A stovepipe carries the smoke up above the tarp. There are several bedraggled suburbanites sitting on a tree trunk, waiting for supper. Their feet are covered with dust, as they have been working a field all day. Though they look exhausted, they look contented. 

The goat-herder has fashioned a table out of a board supported by stools and boxes, and has chopped a couple pumpkins into sections. These he slides into the wood stove oven, in a covered baking pan. After brushing the table top clear, he brings out some goat cheese wrapped in cloth from a cooler placed into a nitch in the rocks. He slices this up and puts it on a plate, passing it down the line. The goat-herder explains. “What we got here is a two-step operation. Goats will eat pretty much anything.  Seems one of these women (waving to the lineup) saved a lot of pumpkinseed. Halloween, ya know. She saw this coming. So we used up the last of Ms. Granger's diesel plowing her field and planting them. Now we got pumpkin leaves to feed the goats, and plenty seed for next year."

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