Zeta Talk, submitted by Unbelievably Fat Man. Prepare for cranial drilling to commence:
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 Transformation in process; how life in the Aftertime following this shift will be different from today; 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; how Visitations can be more easily interpreted when spiritual orientation is understood; how visitors from other Worlds are watched by the Council of Worlds, which has set Rules regulating their behavior; why we are only gradually getting acquainted with our visitors from other worlds, and what will allow the Awakening to occur faster; to what extent the Government is aware of and interacting with the alien presence; the true nature and reason for the Hybrids being developed by the Zetas to merge the best from both Zetans and Humans; why aliens can disappear and move through walls, and what both physical and spiritual Density changes will be like in the future; what the Zetas have to say about our Science theories; what the Zetas as students of human nature have concluded on what Being Human means; and straight ZetaTalk about our Myths.
ZetaTalk accurately encapsulates the thrill of having somebody build a pinball game inside your skull. Trying to read this mush gives me a headache no amount of aspirin will cure. Why can't crazy lunatics occasionally keep things simple and manageable? Gosh, it must be a real pain having to keep track of red dust sightings, alien activities, ancient prophecy, polar shifts, N*SYNC concerts, and various other signs of impending doom/mass spiritual awakening/obsessions of crazy people. Some of the pages are extra fun, because practically every other word is a magical HTML hyperlink!
I can't really sum this site up, or its message in any simple way, suffice to say you would probably be better off seeing how many live bees you can fit in your mouth than trying to decipher their insane ramblings. I would suggest they write a mission statement, but I'm pretty sure that's what I quoted. The goal here, I guess, is to not try to take everything in all at once, because your head will implode. Instead pick simple topics, like how dragons were transported to this planet by aliens, and slowly patch all the puzzle pieces together until the final picture looks something like the bloody remains of a penguin exploded all over a canvas.
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