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The ZetaTalk Newsletter
Issue 375, Sunday December 8, 2013
Weekly news and views from around the world and beyond.
New ZetaTalk Earth Changes Announcements Signs of the Times
Second Sunrise

A fantastic and undeniable capture of the Second Sun was done recently by an intrepid researcher. On November 2, 2013 these images were captured from a webcam in Isle Elba in the Mediterranean. The Sun rises this day at 6:55 am. With the slant of the Ecliptic the Second Sun, ie Planet X aka Nibiru, appears ahead of the Sun on the horizon. Note that at 5:53 am the Second Sun appears. Then at 6:46 am the Sun itself rises. The black dot in the center, from light overload in the camera, shows the exact location of the Sun. At 7:56 am two reflections can clearly be seen in the water, the Sun and the Second Sun.


Noting the location of the light center for both the Sun and Second Sun as they break the horizon, one can see their locations differ. The light intensity differs also, with the Sun being very bright and the Second Sun much less so. This difference can also be seen in the reflections on the water. 

Killer Storms

The largest typhoon ever to make landfall occurred on November 8, 2013, tearing across the Philippines. Super typhoon Haiyan was equivalent to a Category 5 hurricane, which have developed in the Gulf of Mexico in the past. Hurricane Ivan, a Category 5, devastated the Caribbean in 2004.

Major Storms of the Past 10 Years
November 8, 2013
Super Typhoon Haiyan, one of the strongest storms ever recorded, made landfall in the Philippines on Friday, November 8. The storm had maximum sustained winds of 315 kph (195 mph) and gusts as strong as 380 kph (235 mph), officials said. That wind strength puts it well above the 252 kph (157 mph) threshold for a Category 5 hurricane, the highest category on the Saffir-Simpson hurricane wind scale.  Hurricane Ivan, a Category 5 storm, formed on September 2, 2004, and dissipated on September 24. Affected areas included Grenada, Jamaica, the Grand Cayman Islands, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Tobago and Barbados. The hurricane caused more than $18.8 billion in damages and 25 deaths.

The Zetas predicted that storms would increase in ferocity due to the Earth wobble, which jerks and  twists the globe under her atmosphere and oceans, creating turmoil in both.

ZetaTalk Prediction 7/29/2005: Meanwhile, on Planet Earth, droughts had become more intractable and deluges positively frightening, temperature swings bringing snow in summer in the tropics and searing heat in Artic regions, with the violence of storms increasing in number and ferocity. Is this as bad as it will get, prior to the pole shift when hurricane force winds will sweep the Earth and every region of the globe will emerge with a new climate and geography? We are not here with good tidings, nor were we here with good tidings in 1995. ZetaTalk, blunt and honest, is not for the faint at heart, but for those willing to take a serious warning and act on it. The coastlines will get increasingly inhospitable, as storms formed over the oceans can develop into a howling rage that dissipates over land. As we have stated, hurricane force storms will not develop into super storms, more violent than man has experienced, but will form in places not previously experienced, and will be more consistently strong and destructive.

Where Typhoon Haiyan was not of a greater strength than mankind has experienced in the past, it did present a microcosm of what the devastation anticipated during the Last Weeks and Pole Shift can present. The dead left to rot. The injured left unattended. Bridges and airports and ports so ravaged they are unusable. Food and water in short supply, so disease or dehydration from dirty water ensues. Looting and theft of supplies destined for the most vulnerable. And eventually, if starvation continues unabated, cannibalism may arise. This is occurring for a storm only a fraction of the ferocity that will exist during the hour of the Pole Shift, with tides only a fraction of what will exist during the Severe Wobble of the Last Weeks. Earthquakes were also absent.

Philippine Red Cross says Typhoon Relief Efforts being Hampered by Looters
November 10, 2013
With other rampant looting being reported, President Benigno Aquino that he was considering declaring a state of emergency or martial law in the hard-hit city of Tacloban, as officials have proposed. The national disaster agency can recommend such a measure if the local government is unable to carry out its functions. A state of emergency usually includes curfews, price and food supply controls, military or police checkpoints and increased security patrols.
Typhoon Haiyan Death Toll Could Hit 10,000 In Philippines
November 11, 2013
All systems, all vestiges of modern living — communications, power, water — all are down. Media is down, so there is no way to communicate with the people in a mass sort of way. Many packed evacuation centers collapsed in Tacloban as the typhoon raged. A popular mall was looted by residents who carted away anything they can lay their hands on. Relief workers said they were struggling to find ways to deliver food and other supplies, with roads blocked by landslides and fallen trees.
Typhoon-Hit Philippines Struggles with Hunger, Violence
November 13, 2013
Mobs overran a rice warehouse on the island worst hit by the Philippine typhoon, setting off a wall collapse that killed eight people and carting off thousands of sacks of the grain, while security forces exchanged gunfire with an armed gang.

ZetaTalk Comment 11/16/2013: In that aid is rushing into the region, this does not replicate the worldwide disaster of the Pole Shift, where aid will not be rushing at all. Where comparisons can be made are with the human condition and response. The devastation is so widespread that aid will and is being delayed for many, and they are responding accordingly. The human drama is predictable. Social rules break down, so that theft and looting occur. The strong will then take from the weak, and furtive cases of cannibalism may occur in the dead of night. We have stressed that regions of the world such as Indonesia and Central America and the Caribbean will be devastated during the Pole Shift, survival at all very iffy. We have stressed that regions of the world such as Siberia and the Amazon and Mississippi basins can expected to be flooded, leaving survivors stranded. We have stressed that coastlines subject to ocean sloshing will be devastated during the Pole Shift and Severe Wobbles of the Last Weeks. Will storms increase, as the wobble increases, providing a repeat of Haiyan in the Philippines and elsewhere around the world? Absolutely, and to the extent this is taken as a warning to mankind to move, may be a blessing in disguise.

While aid is being rushed to the Philippines, the lessons to be learned compound. Clearly, living on the coast in the path of such devastating storms is lesson #1. Failing to evacuate is lesson #2. And clean water should be lesson #3. There is water all around these survivors, in that the sea is right at hand, and all that would be needed to get clean drinking water would be to boil and thus distill the salt water. Fresh water is available, and even when mixed with sewage, boiling kills the pathogens. Even a drop of bleach, allowed to evaporate before drinking, would make a difference here. It may be gray water, but it won’t cause dysentery. Can’t start a fire because the matches are all soggy? A simple and very inexpensive flint will spark a fire. Even an empty cigarette lighter has such a flint that will spark. Or do what the cave man did, rubbing two sticks together. Free tips on how to do this and a Halcon handbook are available. Halcon is famous for being able to start a fire in 6.5 seconds with his technique.

Health Challenge Faces Typhoon-Hit Philippines
November 12, 2013
It's expected that 12,000 babies will be born this month in the affected areas. Unsafe food and a lack of access to safe water, lack of facilities for personal hygiene and safe sanitation arrangements all create a breeding ground for infections, such as cholera.
Typhoon Aftermath: Philippines Aid Pours in but Survivors Still Going Hungry
November 13, 2013
Many of them have been drinking filthy water to survive. And that could endanger their health, since the storm has strewn sewage into the water supply.
Philippines Typhoon Survivors Desperate For Clean Water
November 16, 2013
Providing clean, safe drinking water is key to preventing the toll of dead and injured from rising in the weeks after a major natural disaster. Not only do survivors need to stay hydrated, they also need to be protected from waterborne diseases such as cholera and typhoid. To stretch their supply, they've been collecting rainwater in buckets and any other containers they can find and boiling it. Water provisioning should get a big boost with the recent arrival of the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS George Washington, a virtual floating city with a distillation plant that can produce 1.5 million liters (400,000 gallons) of fresh water per day.

Killer Asteroids

Asteroids are suddenly in the news again. An asteroid with 6 tails was in several publications in November, though asteroids with tails were also in the news earlier in the year. Per the Zetas, it is the pending announcement admitting the presence of Planet X that is pushing asteroids into the news again, along with chatter about solutions to reassure the public.

NASA's Hubble Sees Asteroid Spouting Six Comet-Like Tails
November 7, 2013
Astronomers viewing our solar system's asteroid belt with NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have seen for the first time an asteroid with six comet-like tails of dust radiating from it like spokes on a wheel. Unlike all other known asteroids, which appear simply as tiny points of light, this asteroid, designated P/2013 P5, resembles a rotating lawn sprinkler. Astronomers are puzzled over the asteroid's unusual appearance.
Strange Asteroid's Long Tail Revealed
June 3, 2013
The surprising tail of dust streaming from the asteroid P/2010 A2 is about 620,000 miles long. It is notable that a serious attempt to catalog all asteroids that might threaten the Earth began in 1947, the time of the Roswell crash and the formation of MJ12. What did MJ12 learn from them that they were suddenly concerned?

Asteroid Defense
The Minor Planet Center has been cataloging the orbits of asteroids and comets since 1947. It has recently been joined by surveys which specialize in locating the NEOs, many (as of early 2007) funded by NASA's Near Earth Object (NEO) program office as part of their Spaceguard program.

Given the increasing number of fireballs screaming across the sky since 2004, after Planet X arrived in the inner solar system in 2003, the issue of how to deflect asteroids has been an increasing concern. During the sci.astro debates in 2001, Jonathan Tate of Spaceguard UK brought the issue up with the Zetas. Despite the passage of time, Spaceguard programs have no answer, only theories on what might work.

Kamikaze Spaceships Versus the Killer Asteroids
November 4, 2013
A fleet of kamikaze spacecraft could be used to defend Earth against asteroid strikes. The robotic vessels would change the direction of any threatening space rock to prevent it from crashing into the planet. The prediction came as the UN discussed plans for an international asteroid defense network.
More Asteroid Strikes Are Likely, Scientists Say
November 6, 2013
A team of scientists is suggesting that the Earth is vulnerable to many more Chelyabinsk-size space rocks than was previously thought. A United Nations committee has been studying the issue for some time, and next month the General Assembly is expected to adopt two of its recommendations: establishing an International Asteroid Warning Network for countries to share information; and calling on the world’s space agencies to set up an advisory group to explore technologies for deflecting an asteroid.

ZetaTalk Argument 7/15/1996: A nuclear explosion set off on the surface of an object in space would have minimal effect, as the explosion can expand in all directions at once. All parts of the explosion move rapidly out into space, and thus the asteroid is safely away before the nuke really gets going. A firecracker. A gnat. A sneeze. And the asteroid proceeds on its way, having only momentarily stepped aside to avoid mankind's silly experiment.

As debris in the tail of Planet X increasingly screams across the skies in the form of bolides or fireballs, the establishment is sincerely seeking a way to deflect them. Per the Zetas, the techniques used at Chelyabinsk by the Russians, who shot it down, were effective. Beyond that, take comfort that an Extinction Level Event will not be allowed by the Council of Worlds.

ZetaTalk Insight 11/16/2013: Fireballs will increase in frequency as the time of the passage approaches. Attempting to deflect the massive amount of debris in the tail of Planet X is fruitless, as this debris is more entranced with the gravity draw from objects within the tail than with any gravity draw the Earth may present.  It is in a constantly changing dance, assaulted by many particle flows likewise on the move, so that even if mankind were to understand the dynamics, mankind’s fastest computers could not compute the outcome. The trajectory of large asteroids or tail debris is known before impact, as Chelyabinsk proved. The Chelyabinsk technique proved to be a success. Copy that.

Russia to Spend Billions on Asteroid Defense
February 18, 2013
Russian scientists have presented a federal program designed to counteract space threats. The program has nothing to do with Hollywood sci-fi movie scenarios; no lasers, annihilators or Bruce Willis drilling a huge peace of rock rushing towards Earth. The system will consist of a network of robotic telescopes monitoring space around our planet, some of them delivered to orbit, others operating from the surface.

Yemen Yawn

As the African Roll picks up steam, the Red Sea is pulling open and this stretch is leaving its mark on Yemen, as noted on this Pole Shift ning blog. Note the correlation in dates. In late September Yemen residents east of Sana’a suffered land fissures, some destroying their houses.  Then on September 23-28, 2013 the Red Sea volcano Jebel Zubair located in the Red Sea sprang to life again, fuming and producing another new island. That the dates align is not a coincidence.

Earth Wide Open
October 31, 2013
An increase in the number of landslides and land cracks in Bani Hushish district, east of Sana’a, has destroyed houses, farms and roads and created panic among residents.  The road to the Rawsah area, located on top of Rateh Mountain in Bani Hushish, has been blocked by land fissures. Since late September, four houses in the path of the cracking land were partly destroyed in the area and one totally collapsed.  Local residents say it was in late September that they really began noticing the enormous cracks.

Jebel Zubair (Red Sea, Jemen): New Island, Current Volcanic Activity Unknown
November 3, 2013
A new island has emerged in late October at the submarine eruption site, but the exact date is currently not known.
Jebel Zubair (Red Sea)
September 29, 2013
A submarine eruption started yesterday (28 Sep) NW of the island Jebel Zubair and SW of the site of the 2011-12 eruption.
Jebel Zubair Underwater Eruption Continues, Red Sea
October 11, 2013
A SO2 plume is also visible on satellite data drifting from the eruption site.

Life in the Submerged Zone

Vietnam was predicted by the Zetas to lose 40 feet in elevation as the Sunda Plate is pulled down during the 7 of 10 plate movements. This has certainly, and undeniably, occurred. The flooding can be seen on MODIS satellite images.

The Mekong Delta has been hard hit, as this Pole Shift ning blog attests. Nor is life going to get better. This flooding is permanent, and during the Pole Shift sloshing and sea level rise will get much worse. The only solution is to move to higher ground.

Many Mekong Delta Provinces Submerged in Floodwaters
October 10, 2013
The dikes in Hong Ngu district of Dong Thap province are being reinforced to prevent flooding in the field. The water in Tan Chau (An Giang) flows strongly and tends to rise. Many households have to build temporary tents in high places.
HCMC Water Level Reaches Record High in 61 Year
October 22, 2013
Yesterday’s water level is abnormal and is a record high for the past 61 years. Concerned agencies are trying to explain the phenomenon. The same inundation was seen in many low-lying areas in the city, despite the embankments that have been built in many of these areas.

While the populace sloshes through water, which even the dykes and sea walls can no longer hold back, the establishment continues to provide disinformation, a point emphasized in this Pole Shift ning blog. If they are not blaming rain, they are blaming the removal of ground water for the crumbling and sinking.

Land Subsidence to Blame for Flooding in Saigon?
November 8, 2013
The Southern Weather Bureau cited heavy rains and rising river water as the main reasons for the flooding in Ho Chi Minh City on Thursday, but a recent study suggests that subsidence of the land is actually to blame.