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ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for May 27, 2017

It looks like the Macedonian flag. What is the message? [and from another] Oxleaze Copse, Nr Stitchcombe, Wiltshire. Reported 21st May.

Despite the wet ground on the bottom side of the design, messing up the signals from the craft laying the design, this is a genuine Crop Circle. It shows the Sun in center, with a blocked reach to over half the Solar System. What is interfering is, of course, the interloper Nibiru. All interplay between the Sun and its planets on this side of the Sun are affected – gravity pull, outbound solar emissions, and of course magnetic dominance.  Is the Sun affected? In this design, the Sun itself seems to be off-center, but this is merely artistic license to emphasize that Nibiru captivates and warps solar emissions.

Can the Zetas please make some sense of this horrific event at the Ariana Grande Concert in Manchester UK? [and from another] There was no immediate claim of responsibility, but U.S. officials drew parallels to the coordinated attacks in November 2015 by Islamist militants on the Bataclan concert hall and other sites in Paris, which claimed about 130 lives. British counter-terrorism police have said they are making on average an arrest every day in connection with suspected terrorism. In March, a British-born convert to Islam ploughed a car into pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge, killing four people before stabbing to death a police officer who was on the grounds of parliament. In 2015, Pakistani student Abid Naseer was convicted in a U.S. court of conspiring with al Qaeda to blow up the Arndale shopping center in the center of Manchester in April 2009. [and from another] Twitter accounts affiliated to Islamic State have used hashtags referring to the blast to post celebratory messages, with some users encouraging similar attacks elsewhere. Some messages described the attack as an act of revenge in response to air strikes in Iraq and Syria. [and from another] Thousands of adults, teenagers and children screamed and fled in panic as a terrorist detonated a huge bomb – thought to be packed with nails and bolts – as pop star Ariana Grande’s concert ended at the Manchester Arena.

It is hardly surprising that terror attacks in the UK are still erupting. The Charlie Hebdo attack occurred over two years ago, and since then ISIS cells have been enacting terror regularly.  ISIS has encouraged lone wolf attacks from sympathizers, and these attacks have occurred in Canada and in the US. ISIS clearly retaliates when they suffer a setback, so that even Turkey, a former friend of ISIS, came under attack when Erdogan was forced to change his allegiances.

Now Trump is making the rounds, mustering a war machine against ISIS among Muslim countries. Trump, the Art of the Deal man, has arranged to boost employment in the US not by spending taxpayer money but by arming the Saudi’s while spending their money. In addition, he is creating a Saudi army in the Middle East to fight ISIS, boots on the ground that are not US boots. Trump wins all around. Defeating ISIS is the top priority, and like a cornered animal ISIS will snarl and lash out in anger. Potential suicide bombers are everywhere, and in an open society cannot be effectively countered.

Air traffic screening has tightened over the years in response to hijacked airplanes and bombs in shoes and luggage. Shopping malls have lost business due to terror attacks at malls where automatic weapons take out dozens of innocent shoppers. Strolling the streets, or patronizing outdoor shops so prevalent in Europe, has become dangerous as even vehicles are now utilized to mow down the innocent. Concerts can now expect security screening to increase. But the public should expect that as ISIS is squeezed, these attacks are likely to increase.