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The ZetaTalk Newsletter
Issue 320, Sunday November 18, 2012
Weekly news and views from around the world and beyond.
New ZetaTalk Earth Changes Announcements Signs of the Times
Mice on Mars

Objects on Mars are showing that life exists there, not only in the past but in the present! In 1995 the Zetas described Mars as a life bearing planet, hosting an atmosphere and moss and bugs but stating that evolved species were not native to Mars. In 1995 the Zetas also stated that the Annunaki moved there when they vacated the Earth, pushed to that decision by the Council of Worlds as the giant Annunaki were prejudicing early man in their spiritual growth by intimidating man. In 1995 the Zetas stated that while on Mars the Annunaki used surface water to wash their Gold ore, running this into underground culverts and thus diminishing the scarce atmosphere on Mars. Is there any evidence of this? Water on Mars was admitted by NASA in 1999 but it took them until 2011 to admit it had been diverted underground. Water on Mars was obvious in ESA Mars Express Probe photos in 2008. A stick of wood picked up by a Mars Rover was viral on the Internet by 2008. Then a photo of a goat or sheep skull on Mars emerged in September, 2012. And now from the Mars Rover, a photo of a living creature, a mouse or woodland rat! Breathable atmosphere! Not evolved on Mars, but carried there by the same hominoid race, the Annunaki, who constructed the Face on Mars, brought sheep and goats to graze on the moss that is native to Mars, and washed their ore there.


ZetaTalk Confirmation 11/10/2012: Is this a living rodent on Mars? It is indeed, as the outline of the head and shoulder, placement of the eye and ear, and shadows under the cheeks and beneath the body show. If Mars itself only evolved to the level of moss and bugs, worms in the soil, how and when did these rodents arrive? We have recently confirmed the skeletal head of a sheep on the Mar’s landscape, brought to Mars by the Annunaki so they could have meat during their long stay between passages of their home planet, Nibiru (aka Planet X). Though their herds were expected to graze, they brought grain and nuts and dried fruits, which invariably have rodents if only tiny and young. Rodents can live on moss and bugs and worms, which are good protein, and are very adaptable, and live there still!

Sandy’s Aftermath

The expectation of many is that after a disaster their life should be returned to “normal”, the pre-disaster status. Impatience is mounting in the New York City area, just days after Frankenstorm Sandy hit. Why haven’t things been set right yet! Plenty of help has arrived, and promptly, but it's never fast enough for some New Yorkers, who are not known for their patience. 

We’ve Been Left Far Behind
November 2, 2012
Staten Island residents are furious. They feel that in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy they’ve been ignored and left to fend for themselves. Red Cross is here with hot chocolate and cookies. We need blankets, we need pillows, we need clothing. We can get hot chocolate and cookies, we need help! People on Staten Island argued that they’ve been neglected while other parts of New York City, and the Jersey Shore, have been showered with attention. Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano was to visit Staten Island in response to the community’s complaints.
Sandy's Victims Grow Impatient with Response
November 2, 2012
Emotions, frayed after almost a week of desperation, darkness and cold, approached a breaking point as the collective spirit that buoyed New York in the first few days after Hurricane Sandy gave way to angry complaints of neglect and unequal treatment. Patience also wore thin in other parts of the area amid lines that were once again painfully long – lines for free meals, lines for buses to take people where crippled subways could not, lines for gasoline that stretched 30 blocks in Brooklyn.

Gasoline shortages, power outages, flooded streets, toppled houses, inadequate food distribution, and now a cold front! Self-reliance and helping one another were proving to be the answer. 

We Have Nothing
November 2, 2012
Hunger was stalking the Rockaways as angry residents lined up for food deliveries and complained they were being abandoned. It’s cold in the house, no lights on. There’s no food. People are cooking on top of garbage cans. No one is directing traffic. After night, you drive at your own risk. A descent into anarchy if help doesn’t arrive soon.
Near-Freezing Temps Add to Sandy Misery
November 2, 2012
Millions trying to recover from Superstorm Sandy were not getting much cooperation from Mother Nature: lows this weekend were set to dip into the 30s.
Sick, Frail Struggle Most in Storm's Aftermath
November 11, 2012
Some of society's most vulnerable people — the elderly, the disabled and the chronically ill — have been pushed to the brink in the powerless, flood-ravaged neighborhoods struggling to recover from Superstorm Sandy. Here, the catastrophe has closed pharmacies, kept home care aids from getting to elderly clients and made getting around in a wheelchair impossible. When a team of medics and National Guardsmen turned up at Sheila Goldberg's apartment tower in Far Rockaway to check on the well-being of residents, floor by floor, the 75-year-old burst into tears and begged for help caring for her 85-year-old husband. Her husband, Irwin, has a pacemaker, wears a colostomy bag and needs her help to do almost everything. The medical team said it would make arrangements to transfer Irwin to a medical facility, at least temporarily.

ZetaTalk Prediction 12/15/1995: After the cataclysms the snug blanket of protection that many have taken for granted will be gone - no Social Security checks, no home deliveries, no 911 emergency service, no free medical services, and no welfare checks. For those not relying on those services the shock will be as great, as with home, job, and service providers gone they will be just as destitute and bereft. In essence, humans will be relying on one another, and not on an infrastructure.

This should be a wakeup call for those ignoring the ZetaTalk warnings about the coming Pole Shift. The difference? For Sandy, they will be restored - FEMA loans, military assistance, and the Red Cross handing out necessities. For the Pole Shift, they will be on their own. This was a Category 1 hurricane, with 20 foot tidal waves max. No earthquake damage was involved. The Pole Shift will be 500 foot tidal waves, magnitude 9 quakes, and hurricane force winds – worldwide. There will be no rescue for those on the coastlines because the rescuers themselves will be swamped or involved in rescuing their own lives.

ZetaTalk Prediction 8/26/2003: The Internet will not be functional, with the lack of electrical power, broken servers, and the broken link rule functioning.

ZetaTalk Prediction 8/4/2007: The broken link will start to apply, in that emergency crews cannot reach the disaster area because their equipment is blocked or broken, and communications are down.

ZetaTalk Description 4/15/1999: Anytime there is a break in the link, the link is broken and affects everything downstream. Who is going to feed the workers, or pay their salary? There is simply no flow of money. Bridges are down. The grid is down. The government is in chaos, and gone off to huddle and get drunk and discuss among themselves. Workers do not come out of loyalty, starving to death, to keep a corporate fat cat in business. They go off, attempting to find food for themselves. If the industry loses its skills, what occurs?

Why can’t things just be repaired, so life can go back to “normal”? Where the devastation in New York City and New Jersey was tiny, compared to what the Pole Shift will bring, examples of the broken link are evident. Repair trucks cannot deploy because they are out of gas, and gasoline can’t be pumped because the electricity is down! Lines are down because of the high winds or flooded substations. The Zetas have cited the broken link for why civilization will be thrown back into the era when electricity was not available at the toss of a switch, petrol was not available, and most people had to be involved in farming in order to feed the populace.  These times are coming.

Long Power Outages During Storms Like Hurricane Sandy Could Be Prevented
November 1, 2012
When Hurricane Sandy struck the East Coast, it flooded electrical substations and knocked down trees, shutting off power for 8.2 million customers. Most telephone poles and wires are not designed to withstand the 90-mile-per-hour winds that swept through New Jersey. But when you underground a line and get causes flooding, you get problems.
New York Fuel "Panic" Grows even as Ports Open, Reserves Tapped
November 2, 2012
The power outages that have shut nearly two-thirds of the filling stations in the New Jersey and New York City area and are still hindering service at major oil terminals and refineries along the harbor.

ZetaTalk Prediction 3/12/2012: Man is used to thinking of the grid as so solid that only an occasional part need be replaced or repaired.  Send out the repair trucks and all is back in order. So why won’t this happen after the Last Weeks and the Pole Shift have passed? Mankind’s electrical equipment is immensely complicated, built on the assumption that the Earth provides a stable environment and parts can be readily purchased or located and replaced. The profit motive drives the process, with durability the last consideration. Even the military, whose specifications demand equipment that can survive in the field – isolated and under bombardment and harsh weather conditions – saving money is the prime consideration.

Thus the broken link rules, and when parts are not available, the grid is down. How extensive and pervasive will the breaking of the grid be? It will be broken link compounded by broken link in an unending string of broken links.  Roadways will be impossible for trucks to navigate so replacement parts will not be delivered. Skilled technicians and electricians will not be available, as they will be distracted on their home fronts or be struggling with insanity or injury. Even if the grid is repaired in a locale, generating electricity from broken power plants or plants without fuel will prove impossible.

What’s the answer? Community, a sense of Service-to-Others, helping one another, reaching out to the least of those among you. This helps the soul grow, brings in assistance from Service-to-Other visitors from other worlds who are here to help during the cataclysms to come, and makes you feel good! Bring light to the dark, comfort to those who feel abandoned, and discover that you are not alone!

In New York’s Public Housing, Fear Creeps In With the Dark
November 2, 2012
“There’s a sense of community,” said Darryl MacCullum, 24, who lives at the Jacob Riis Houses in the East Village, where the tidal surge had, for a time, ringed the buildings like moats. “Neighbors I usually don’t talk to, I talk to now.” The residents cooked for each other, eager to not waste food that was thawing fast. At the Red Hook Houses on Wednesday night, there was an impromptu outdoor barbecue for 25 people, with hamburgers, frankfurters and ribs sizzling on grills. Open hydrants in Coney Island and at East Sixth Street and Avenue D became lifelines, drawing residents on foot and skateboards to fill buckets and bottles, which were then hauled up darkened stairways for use as drinking water, for baths, and for flushing festering toilets.

ZetaTalk Advice 7/15/1995: What will be different is that the anticipated assistance from wealthy countries or one's own government will not be available. For most of the world, this won't come as a shock, as it is rather a shock when they do receive assistance. For wealthy industrialized countries, this lack of assistance will be a shock. Some individuals will have to learn to rely more on themselves and to work communally with others. These are lessons that life teaches in any case, however, and are not exclusive to the cataclysms. The cataclysms offer an opportunity, as does life in general, to be of service. These are times of great opportunity, to be greatly of service. These are times when one can grow, and discover strength within oneself previously unknown.

Dead Phones

As Frankenstorm Sandy quickly showed, loss of electricity or downed cell phone towers take out cell phones. Land lines do not fare much better as they also need electricity for the substations and lines and poles that are intact, not taken down by high winds or falling tree limbs.

US Phone Addicts Suffer Withdrawal
October 31, 2012
Swarms of people wandered around downtown Manhattan, their faces lit by the glow of mobile phones as they walked up city blocks in search of mobile phone service. As a city bus crossed into a service zone, the beeps and buzz of mobile phones registering messages interrupted the quiet. The storm knocked out about 25 per cent of cell sites in 10 states from Virginia to Massachusetts, according to the Federal Communications Commission. A large number of land lanes also were out of service in New York and New Jersey.
Recovery Effort Begins in Wake of Sandy's Rage
October 31, 2012
No power, hot water or phone service. Phone and cable companies are still assessing the damage in the storm-hit areas of the East Coast amid widespread reports of phone outages in flooded areas. Verizon Communications, the biggest phone company in the region, says some facilities in downtown Manhattan are flooded, shutting down phone and internet service.
First an Electricity Blackout and now Cell Phone Coverage is Down
October 30, 2012
Thousands of people in Manhattan woke to find they had no cell phone coverage after Superstorm Sandy battered the city's phone masts. Cell phone users in large swathes of Lower Manhattan suffered the signal failures after 24 hours of devastating weather. For many it means they are virtually cut off and have no way of contacting friends or family or calling for help if there are further emergencies. Thousands of homes are already in darkness after the storm knocked out power to at least 6.2million across the US East, including 250,000 customers in Manhattan. The signal problems won't make a difference for many as they are unable to charge their phones.

The anguish and worry from those with family members who must travel, or who are assigned overseas on military duty, inspired this ZetaTalk where they described meetings on space ships, a response to heart-felt concern for others lost given during The Call.

ZetaTalk Comfort 1/12/2004: Forced separation will be one of the major reasons for mental breakdown, during the days of anguish leading up to the shift and in the weeks and months following. Man is a social animal, and as any analysis of disrupted social networks in the animal kingdom will demonstrate, experiences emotional pain when separated from what is considered the family group. Dogs run in packs, and domesticated dogs are grieving when separated from their owners for any length of time. Cats fun in prides, and though often considered aloof by their owners, can be found situated on a window sill or chair in the vicinity of their owners. Birds are found in flocks, and will have it no other way. This is inherent in the animal, a survival instinct, and the emotional pain caused by separation for good reason. In human cultures, expulsion from the group is considered a punishment known to bring pain. Exile. Excommunication. Divorce. Termination. These have impacts beyond the financial and convenient, the primary being emotional pain.

Grandparents worried sick about the young grandchildren in a suburb close to a city, trapped there, apparently, by parents who refused to consider any emergency until the government formally announced it. Is the child wandering alone, injured and starving and frightened? The wife whose husband was on a construction crew, far from home, knowing he is now homeless. A nephew, who always considered his aunt and uncle his parents, wondering how they fared in a river delta when the flooding started, the home and all in it perhaps swept away. Beyond the worry for the other, is the anguish of separation, a matter not easily put to rest and properly grieved over as certainty is not at hand. Funerals are for the living, allowing them to come to terms with the death, the certain death, of a loved one, else the heart is trapped, suspended. What will occur in such instances?

Migration will be so commonplace as to almost be the norm, after the shift. Where this will primarily be due to flooding and earthquake, survivors having scampering ahead of rising water or crawled out of the debris heap that cities will become, and secondarily due to a search for food, it is also a search for family, comrades, to establish the sense of belonging. Shelter and food are more easily gained than the connection, which when lost takes a period of grieving before substitutes are accepted, emotionally. Thus depression will be rampant, the sense of loss aggravated, the anguish unresolved. We have often stated that those heavily into the Service-to-Other orientation will be assisted, most often sight unseen, by guides in the Aftertime. This will include assistance in reuniting separated loved ones, if only via visits as contactees on space ships, for reassurance or closure, but often also as guided migration, to help the heart find what it seeks.

The Finegan Fine story, chapter called Lost and Found, describes the grief to be expected when separated from loved ones after the Pole Shift.

Joey has dug the photo of his parents out of his pocket and flaps it in the air. “Did my parents come by?” Finegan and Joey are standing in front of a wall covered with pinned notes. The note paper is of every kind - scraps of paper torn out of phone books, lined notebook paper, pages torn from day-timers, notes written on the edges of coupons, notes written on the carbon copy from checkbooks, pages from children's coloring books, etc. The wall is covered floor to ceiling with some notes starting to cover other notes, layering. “Martha, Ed Grover and I are to Cincinnati.” And “MacMahons are heading to Uncle John's farm.” And “God help us! Little Bob drown and Big Bob died from the grief.” And  “We made it! See you at the Hemp's. Mitzy” Joey walks up to the wall and starts to read, when Memphis Papa interrupts him. “This here's for Arkansas, across the river from us. They came up here like drowning rats on anything that would float. We got a separate room by state, so's to reduce the confusion.”

They all walk down a corridor of an old office building that remained upright during the quakes. Some of the rooms along the exterior wall are cluttered with broken furniture and boxes of refuse cleared out from the interior rooms. The exterior rooms have broken windows, so the cardboard is weathered near the windows. The interior rooms are being used for lost and found boards. Painted in red paint on the wall across from the Alabama and Arkansas rooms is a general index, a list of these states, with an arrow pointing down the corridor. Memphis Papa walks ahead of Joey, who is literally at his heels. Finegan brings up the rear. They stop in the Georgia doorway, Joey bumping into Memphis Papa's ample rear end. “Here we are.” The room is bare, not a single note pinned. “We got a few from Florida, came by early on boats, but ain't got nothing from the East Coast to speak of. Too far by land.” Memphis Papa drops his hand to the top of Joey's head, patting it. “Sorry son.”