ZetaTalk, submitted by David. I guess that this is another one of those pages whose creator believes that aliens are contacting us and that they are going to dramatically transform the world in some mysterious way involving skull implants and tacos that only a few chosen people know about. In other words, this person (a lady named "Nancy" in this case) is a loony who should probably never have gone near a computer and who instead would be better off mopping the bathroom floors of the local junior high.
ZetaTalk leads you through the vast amount of information being relayed by the Zetas in answer to questions posed to their emissary, Nancy. The ZetaTalk answers cover such subjects as portents of a Pole Shift and how this relates to the coming millennium Transformation the world is about to undergo; the self-centered or service-minded spiritual Orientation of humans as well as aliens from other worlds and how inadvertently giving the Call to aliens can put you in touch with one group or the other.
Excellent! I am so happy to know that!
This page also has the most number of links per page of any site I have ever seen. Not that the links are to anything that make any sense whatsoever. This site is terrible and these people should be put out of their misery, but hey, according to Troubled Times there will be a cataclysm of enormous proportions that will take place in May of the year 2003. This cataclysm begins with the Earth STOPPING IN ITS ROTATION FOR SEVERAL DAYS after which THE POLES WILL REVERSE THEMSELVES. This is caused by an enormous planet that no one knows about passing very near the Earth. Neat.
Now, inexplicably, season three is looming over us like some sort of dome. Season one's plot asked whether or not the town could get out from under the dome. Apparently the answer was "no". Season two asked "I guess we're really stuck, huh?" and the answer was "yup".
With an average of 40 IPAs added every day, it can be difficult to taste them all
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