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The ZetaTalk Newsletter
Issue 715, Sunday June 14, 2020
Weekly news and views from around the world and beyond.
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Biblical Weather

From the start of the ZetaTalk saga, the Zetas have predicted weather extremes. They made this prediction based on the Daily Earth Wobble, which they knew was going to result due to Nibiru pushing and pulling on the Earth’s magnetic field. Nibiru entered the inner Solar System in 2003, and the Figure 8 format of the wobble was palpable by 2004. The Zetas predicted all aspects of the weather to become more extreme – temperature, drought and deluge, storm severity, and eventually the seasons blending. That is the trend, yes.

This Mammoth Hailstone was so Large that it Literally went Through the Roof of a House during an Extreme Storm in Texas
May 23, 2020
This is a mammoth hailstone that dropped from the sky, making a hole in the roof of a home in Burkburnett,Texas.
Hailstones Big like Melons Slam San Luis de Potosí, Mexico
May 19, 2020
Suddenly, hail started, but what fell were giant ice balls, some the size of a melon.
Unprecedented Heat Wave hits the Arctic, raising Temperatures to 86 Degrees this Week
May 22, 2020
Warm air traveled up from Siberia that would have typically been consumed by melting snow, but the area had a record warm winter this year. A strong high pressure system in the upper atmosphere, called ridges, is the reason behind the heat.

The Sky of Beijing turns into Complete Darkness during the Afternoon
May 22, 2020
Beijing turned into complete darkness at around 3.45pm. 10 minutes before the darkness, Beijing was still bright with lights. A severe thunderstorm was hitting the city moments later.
End Times Events Unfolding: Apocalyptic Sandstorm and Biblical Locust Plague Turn Day Into Night in Egypt and Iran – Gigantic hail Slams Mexico
May 17, 2020
On the same day, a gigantic swarm of locusts invaded southern Iran and a massive sandstorm engulfed Aswan, Egypt, blocking the sun and turning day into night. A few days before giant hail slammed General Terán, Nuevo León State, Mexico. Are we entering the End Times? Is the world as we know it going to end soon? Are we damned? Be prepared… the Judgement is coming!
Amos 8:9-12
9 And it shall come to pass in that day, saith the Lord God, that I will cause the sun to go down at noon, and I will darken the earth in the clear day.

ZetaTalk Comment 5/31/2020: That the sky darkened at 3:45 in the afternoon in Beijing is not surprising, as approaching thunderstorm cloud can indeed block the Sun to that degree. This was not caused by a temporary wobble tilting the globe away from the Sun, as this would have affected a broad area and elicited more comment and reports. Nor was this the start of the 3 Days of Darkness expected during the Last Weeks. But it was, as they say, “Biblical”, reminding people of prophecy or history as told in the Bible. Yes, the Daily Earth Wobble is worsening and the weather follows. Much more to come! 

Saving Seed

Modern day humans go to the store and pick up groceries like they are dropped from the sky. Always available, always fresh, a wonderful variety. How many of these food stuffs require saving seed or propagation steps for the next year’s crops as part of the process? Certainly pasta and cereal and bread. Certainly salads and slaw and that bowl of steamed Carrots or Broccoli. Certainly Potatoes in all its forms – fries, baked, and mashed. Certainly those delicious fruits and Berries. So if you were without seed for your home garden, how much produce or variety would you really have?

Let’s say you were able to buy seed and have a home garden. What about next year? Propagating annuals like lettuce or Corn or Beans is relatively easy. Just set aside a portion of your crop for seed production, letting it fully mature, and collect the dry seeds. But half our food supply comes from biennials, like Cabbage and Onions and Carrots, which insist on sleeping over during a dormant period before going to seed. Some edibles only require establishing a perennial patch, like Asparagus or Berries or planting an Apple tree. Let’s start with the easy ones.

Corn kernels are perhaps the easiest to harvest. All one needs to do is let a couple stalks of Corn live on past harvest time, until the Corn dries fully. The dryer the better. Farmers check their Corn fields for this, as they don’t want moldering Corn in their silos nor do they want the expense of drying it indoors. Corn is an easy plant to grow, fertilized by the wind which blows the pollen from the tassels down across the silk of neighboring Corn plants. Corn is known as a feeder crop, needing a lot of fertilizer - manure or ashes from wood burning stoves, and thus farmers alternate with Soy Bean crops which bind nitrogen to the soil.

Perhaps the easiest garden vegies to grow are Beans and Legumes, and every culture has recipes for them. Delicious, satisfying, and a bit of protein too. Once again make sure the seeds you harvest are very dry. Allow the plant to literally die from old age to ensure maturity. One technique to get every last bit of nutrition to the seeds is to hang the plant upside down, draining the nutrients to the seeds. Beans are a hot weather plant, and if you plant when the soil is wet and cool the seed may molder in the ground.

Salad greens or vegies to stir-fry or steam are also mostly annuals, meaning they go to seed in their first year. This category includes Lettuce, Spinach, Bok Choy, Mustard Greens and Kale. Always collect seed from your best plants, passing along their good genetics in this way. Lettuce is among those plants that continually go to seed. One day you see a fluffy white flower with immature seeds within, and a couple days later this same flower has blown away in the wind. Harvest regularly. Spinach is a bi-sexual plant, meaning one must have male and female plants to produce fertile seeds. Harvest when the seed is mature and dry.

Melons, Squash, Cucumbers and Pumpkin are all fruits. Their yellow flowers turn into the fruit after the flower has been fertilized. In these days when bee colonies can be killed off, allow all the other fertilizing insects to flourish. Ants, sweat bees, anything that is crawling or buzzing around. They are your friends. Winter Squash and Pumpkin are superior foods to store in a cool cellar. They last for months and months. When collecting seed from plants in this category, take from a very ripe fruit, almost to the rotting point. Rinse the pulp from the seeds, dry thoroughly, and store in a cool dry place.

Tomatoes, and Tomato sauces, are so intrinsic to meals in so many cultures they deserve their own spot on the seed saving discussion, especially since effective seed saving requires an odd practice. One must molder the seeds, to rid the seeds of the slime that surrounds them inside the ripening Tomato. But can’t you just rinse off the slime? Apparently, that will not work. Even rinsed and dried, the Tomato seed still thinks it is in the Tomato! So one must put the slimy seeds into a bowl with a little water, and let sit until the bowl is covered with white mold.  The slime is eaten by mold. Then rinse, letting the heavy mature seeds sink to the bottom of the bowl and the chaff and mold flow off the top of the bowl. Then dry and store for the next year.

Strawberries also deserve a special mention, because Strawberry plants never die and they never sleep! Seriously, they will grow and produce berries 24 hours every day if given light. Thus making them ideal for indoor gardens. They will also survive harsh Winters, living on as a perennial. Strawberries also have multiple ways of reproducing. They produce runners, with tiny Strawberry plants at the end of each runner, seeking to put down roots. Strawberries are covered on the outside by little seeds. If in a warm humid environment, these seeds will sprout while still on the Strawberry. One can take a slice off a store bought Strawberry, lay that slice on some moist dirt, and voilà. Baby Strawberry plants.

Potatoes also deserve a special mention, as what meal is complete without Potatoes. Potatoes are usually grown from cutting up old Potatoes that have been stored in the cool room, so that each eye on a Potato has a portion of the Potato to give it strength to grow. A bag of Potatoes in the kitchen will start to sprout from the eyes. They don’t wait to be asked.  Potatoes can also be grown from the seed pods they produce. Dry the pods well, and break them open to release the tiny seeds. Of course this takes more time than planting Potato eyes.

Lysine rich plants like Amaranth and Buckwheat also deserve a special mention, as growing them allows you to replace meat protein with plant protein. Amaranth and Corn mixed together gives one the equivalent of red meat. Legume plants such as Peas also are high in lysine. These plants are annuals, so one only needs to collect the seed and plant the next year. Buckwheat seed stays with the flower pod and is easy to collect. The Amaranth plant is entirely edible, and the leaves are just as nutritious as the seeds. The seed plumes shed ripe seeds continuously, so most would be lost unless one goes down the row regularly and shakes the plume into an apron or sack. The tiny seeds are long lived. An ancient S American plant which is a gift to mankind.

Almost half of the vegetables we eat are not annuals, they are biennial seed producers, meaning they grow the first year, go dormant over what is assumed to be a Winter, and then produce seed the second year. The Cabbage family, Carrots, Beets, and the Onion family including Leeks – all are biennials. This means covering the plant with straw if in a temperate climate that does not get a hard frost, or digging some seed stock plants up and storing them in a root cellar. Seed production is prolific, so many plants are not needed. The plants so stored need the roots, with some soil or sand around them, but do not need much vegetation above the roots.

The term Root Cellar is old fashioned, from the days when seed collection was a family business, or a family farm business. Everyone did it. The Amish today rely heavily on Cabbage as a staple. But using the basement or a cool room to store a harvest over the Winter is likewise an old fashioned concept. The modern shopper goes to the grocery store to buy Squash, Pumpkin, Apples, Potatoes, and Cabbage. The Grocer ships these in from warehouses that store these items at cool temperatures. So if you have a Cool Room in your basement, then that can be used as a Root Cellar too.

Onions are a biennial, so must winter over for seed. Each Onion will produce beautiful white flower balls that become seed pods. Just let dry and then shuck the little black seeds out. Leeks likewise. Only the Gypsy Onion plant can winter over and attempts to propagate by runners. Garlic has been domesticated so long that its seed is often no longer viable. But Garlic can produce black seeds from its flowers. An alternate means of propagating is reproduction from cloves. Plant a clove in the spring, and by late Fall that glove will have become a Garlic bunch.

All Cabbage is biennial except for Bok Choy, the Chinese Cabbage that is an annual. Green Cabbage, Brussels Sprouts, Broccoli, Cauliflower – all must Winter over. Bring a few healthy plants indoors, with roots attached, and cut back or prune the tops. Keep roots covered in a cool dark place until spring. Transplant outside in the Spring and up will come the seed stalks with little yellow flowers. Harvest the pods when dry, putting inside a cloth bag to dry. Do not allow the dry pods to shatter and spill the seed.

Carrots, Turnip, Beets, and Parsnip are root plants that are also biennials. Beets are particularly nutritious and are prolific seed producers. Radish also needs to Winter over. When transplanting in the Spring, make sure the entire root is covered. Other popular vegies that are biennial are the Chards and Celery.

What have we not covered? Oh yes, the perennials. Plants that do not die after a year, like the annuals, or die after their second year when they go to seed, are called perennials. The Rhubarb patch, famous for Rhubarb pie, and the Asparagus patch. Horseradish, Ginger Root, and Artichoke are all perennial once established. These plants do produce seed, but a gardener normally establishes a patch by getting a chunk of the plant, with well-established roots, from a vendor or neighbor.  

Berry bushes, like Raspberry, Blueberry, or Blackberry are also perennials. They lob over branches that are called vines that will produce new plants where they touch the ground, thus the infamous berry thicket. Aggressive pruning of deadwood is required to prevent a thicket from forming. Fruit trees like Apple, Peach, Cherry and Plumb can be established from seed, salvaged from the fruit sold at the grocer, or by buying young trees from a vendor. They are covered in flowers in the Spring, and each flower becomes a fruit. Nut trees likewise can be established in this manner.  

If you find yourself in a situation where you cannot buy seed, as many found this past Spring during the pandemic lockdowns, then consider jumping into seed saving by planting a cutting from the grocer. Get a bag of soil and jump start your gardening skills. Cloning goes by many names, such as cuttings. To reproduce a Grape vine, cut a stem and put the bottom part in water. Rooting solution helps to encourage this process, but technically not needed. Roots form on the bottom and then the cutting is planted. One can start a Strawberry patch from a slice of a Strawberry. Or get seed from some Green Onions placed in water. Or root a Garlic clove or a piece of Potato. Then from this living plant, seed production can start.

White Hat Reach

The Q Team’s ability to predict has made Q legendary, so Q now has a worldwide following. The Q Team is intrinsically connected to the Junta Tribunals that began at the start of 2019, per President Trump’s Executive Order. But are they limited to the US? The UK Marines joined their efforts, and recently it appears they have been joined by German White Hats to remove Nazi Merkel from power and joined by Putin’s Russian White Hats to prevent Poroshenko from supporting Biden. Go Q Team! And back in the USA, another Deep State cooperative suddenly seems ‘different’.

‘Man of my Word’: Leaked Audio seemingly Sheds Light on Biden’s Efforts to Pressure Poroshenko into firing Burisma Investigator
May 19, 2020
Audio recordings released by Ukrainian MP Andrii Derkach allegedly offer confirmation that Joe Biden pressured former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to fire an attorney general in exchange for a billion-dollar loan.
One Year On, Zelensky Survives Impeachment (Trump’s, That Is) and Blunted Hopes
May 22, 2020
Ironically, although the impeachment imbroglio by itself did little to affect Zelensky’s ambitious if faltering reform agenda, it may have raised his stature among Ukrainians in the past year. Kyiv’s elites, who have long tried to stay away from U.S. partisan turf wars, have rallied around the political neophyte, and he remains hugely popular based on recent polls.
Petro Poroshenko
Served as the fifth President of Ukraine from 2014 to 2019. As a candidate for a second term in 2019, he obtained only 24.5% in the second round, being defeated by Volodymyr Zelensky. A Ukrainian lawmaker who met with Rudolph W. Giuliani late last year released recordings of private phone calls several years ago between Vice President Joe Biden and Petro Poroshenko, then Ukraine’s president, in a new broadside against the presumptive Democratic nominee for U.S. president that has raised questions about foreign interference in the 2020 election

ZetaTalk Confirmation 5/31/2020: The issue of Biden and the Burisma scandals are back in the news. President Trump survived the attempts to impeach him over his requests of Zelensky to reopen these investigations. What role will Poroshenko’s potential testimony have? Biden is highly corrupt, the main reason his backers want to put him into power. There would be no money making or power seeking scheme that he would not back, unhesitatingly. Election fraud via mail-in ballots is seen as the last chance to gain control of the White House. Thus the Poroshenko testimony is seen as hugely important.

Poroshenko escaped to Russia in the dying days of his presidency, and has not been heard from since. Now suddenly thrust back into the spotlight, he looks different. Angela Merkel likewise has obviously become a Double, after a self-imposed quarantine for a Covid-19 exposure. Q has authority to support the Tribunals within the US, and the UK Marines have authority within the UK and the Commonwealth countries, but who is fighting the Deep State and its Satanic tentacles in Germany and Russia?  

Merkel was without question a member of the Illuminati, the Nazi bloodline, and intended to install a Muslim caliphate in Europe as a stepping stone to world domination. If the UK Marines joined the US Junta to remove the Satanic Queen and her family from power, then why is it surprising that similar White Hats in Germany might do the same? Poroshenko, as a party to Biden’s past corruption reach, could provide damaging testimony should Poroshenko lie. Russia does not want to see Biden or his backers in control, and stepped in. Poroshenko’s Double will adhere to the truth.  

Inside John McCain's 'Three Amigos' Friendship
August 26, 2018
Over his time in the Senate, McCain formed a close working relationship with Lieberman, an independent from Connecticut, and Graham, the longtime Republican from South Carolina. They staked their claim as prominent hawkish voices on foreign policy, an issue that took them on travels around the globe and led to the cultivation of a long-lasting friendship that lasted beyond the halls of the Senate.
How Lindsey Graham went from Trump Critic to Supporter
October 1, 2019
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) has completely changed his tune on President Trump over the past four years.
Lindsey Graham
He was an outspoken critic of fellow Republican Donald Trump's 2016 candidacy and repeatedly declared he did not support Trump in particular, he took issue with Trump's comments on Graham's close friend, Senator John McCain. Since March 2017, Graham has reversed his stance on Trump and has become a staunch ally of the president, often issuing public statements in his defense. His reversal caught both parties by surprise and sparked much media attention.

ZetaTalk Confirmation 5/31/2020: As the Chairman of the powerful Senate Judiciary Committee, Graham was in a position to control what subjects came up for review during the current DOJ expose of 2016 crimes - FISA Court misuse, unmasking by the Obama Administration, and using the FBI as an attack dog against the Trump campaign. He was, as is rumored, in love with John McCain, and thus was vulnerable to being drawn into McCain’s agenda. He likewise has strong feelings about Joe Biden. Thus despite his visible swing from an Anti-Trump stance in 2016 to a Pro-Trump stance in 2017, his loyalty is suspect.

Knowing Graham’s propensities, he was watched closely. The Biden camp is desperate to counter the slew of gaffs and documented history of demanding funds from China and the Ukraine in exchange for favors from the Obama Administration. All of this is on video and incorporated in 2020 election ads. It is not what Graham is being asked to do, but what he has agreed to do for his friend Biden that put him into hot water. The line was crossed when Graham agreed to support fabricated evidence against President Trump. Thus he is being held while this matter is discussed before the Tribunal courts.