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The ZetaTalk Newsletter
Issue 868, Sunday May 14, 2023
Weekly news and views from around the world and beyond.
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Beresheet Redux

Four years ago on April 11, 2019 Israel had a disappointment when their Moon lander Beresheet crashed when landing. All else in the flight to the Moon had gone successfully. The Zetas explained this crash was at the hands of the Council of Worlds, as a message to the elite in Israel. Inform the common man of the pending passage of Nibiru and resign yourself to being on Earth when the crustal shift happens, was the message. Now the same thing has happened to the Japan Moon lander Ispace.

ZetaTalk Confirmation 4/30/2019: The Beresheet missile launch was a success, the trip to the Moon was a success, and the landing appeared to be a success except for the very last moment, when there was evidence of EMP disruption. The Council of Worlds could have taken the mission down upon launch, as had been done to Space X so often. Or it could have had a mishap on the trip up to the Moon. But taking Beresheet out at the last moment was deliberate. The sense of disappointment is greatest at the breathless moment of arrival. This is where the Moloch practice, and debt slavery by the western banks is going. Get used to the sense of failure, is the message from the Council of Worlds.

Historic Japanese Moon Landing Attempt Appears Failed after Ispace Craft Loses Contact
April 25, 2023
A small, privately-funded Japanese spacecraft attempted to land on the moon, but flight controllers in Tokyo lost contact with the craft during the final minutes of its descent when it apparently ran out of fuel and crashed to the surface in a "hard landing." Launched last December atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, ispace's Mission 1, or M1 spacecraft, slipped into an initially elliptical orbit around the moon on March 21. Thruster firings then put the craft in a circular orbit at an altitude of about 62 miles. The spacecraft appeared to be performing normally, at least up to the last few minutes of the descent when contact was interrupted. At that point, the probe apparently was descending at about 21 mph as it passed through an altitude of 300 feet. It was the second non-government lander to fail during descent to the moon after an Israeli spacecraft named Beresheet crashed in 2019.

ZetaTalk Confirmation 5/1/2023: If this seems like a repeat of the Israeli Beresheet incident, it is. Both disasters were at the hand of the Council of Worlds, who have repeatedly relayed that the elite on Earth will not be allowed to escape the Pole Shift by escaping to the Moon or Mars. If Beresheet and the recent Starship disaster are not enough, here is another smackdown. Switching to another country, from Israel under the direction of Bibi to Japan is not fooling anyone. Nor did hiding under the cover of the newly defunct General Milley save the Starship enterprise. Inform the common man about Nibiru's approach and get right with God, is the message.

Hoover Dam

A Las Vegas UFO filmed on April 25 of this year is another reminder that the Hoover Dam will not survive the New Madrid Rupture that is pending. On February 1 of this year Phoenix was given a UFO display with the same message.

ZetaTalk Prediction 2/10/2023: We detailed in 2007 how the city of Phoenix might be flooded via the Gila River connection to the Colorado River if and when the Hoover Dam is breached. We stated in 2012 that the Hoover Dam is vulnerable after the New Madrid Rupture occurs and the Mainland to the west of New Madrid adjusts. Hoover Dam itself is solid but the water of Lake Mead can force around the sides, emptying the water in a flood down the Colorado. This UFO display is a reminder of earlier warnings given to Phoenix, as the time of the New Madrid Rupture is at hand.

I happened to notice a UFO display of orange orbs last night on my way home from work (it looked like it was coming from the north north-east of Las Vegas) and then someone showed a video of the same orange orbs moving. Would the Zetas happen to have any comment on what they are trying to communicate?

ZetaTalk Prediction 5/1/2023: Las Vegas sits on Lake Mead and will flood when the spill ways of Hoover Dam jam during the Mainland Adjustment to the New Madrid Rupture. The telepathic warning being given during this UFO display (seen in the NE) relays the sequence of events for Las Vegas. First the waters of Lake Mead are kept level by the spillways, so that Las Vegas and Hoover Dam (two orbs) are in synch. Then the spillway jams and the waters are heaped at the Hoover Dam (to the right), which breaks and drops the water level in Lake Mead.

The vulnerability of the Hoover Dam to the Mainland adjustments that accompany the New Madrid Rupture has been a long standing prediction by the Zetas. The ongoing steps and stages leading up to the New Madrid Rupture can be seen from the daily postings on the Pole Shift Ning blog dedicated to this issue.

ZetaTalk Prediction 7/16/2011: We have stated that the West Coast will adjust shortly after the New Madrid adjusts, in step with the Hoover Dam shattering.

Eating Bugs

Eating insects is an issue increasingly getting press these days, as starvation is on the increase and insects and earthworms as a food source have so many advantages. The protein harvest from farmed insects is far larger than the harvest from beef, for instance, and even feeding cattle an insect mash instead of corn is more economical. Chickens likewise delight in an insect diet, and produce eggs and meat as a result. Insects also eat almost anything, so are not particular about their food.

Edible Insects in Thailand
October 8, 2013
Insects have been on the menu in Thailand for ages and recently they have migrated from the forests to commercial farms and factories. There are around 20,000 cricket farmers in the north-east of Thailand. Over the past 15 years, Thailand, a leader in the region in terms of farming insects and processing them, makes in average 7,500 tons a year of insects - mainly crickets, palm weevils and bamboo caterpillars. Insects are becoming a popular snack at tourist spots, such as Khao Sarn Road, a backpacker's hangout in Bangkok and are generally sold on carts on the street along with other delicacies such as water bugs and silk larvae. Upcountry, they are sold in stalls along the highway. The most popular method of cooking is to deep-fry crickets in oil and then sprinkle them with lemongrass slivers and chillies. They are crunchy and taste like fried shrimp. The UN agency has been promoting insects as an alternative source of food for both people and livestock for the past decade.
UN says Eating more Insects could Fight World Hunger
May 4, 2013
How do you like the sound of lunching on locusts, gorging on grasshoppers or even dining on dung beetles? Well the United Nations, an international organization that works to tackle some of the world's big problems, is saying more of us should start tucking into bugs. In a new report it claims eating insects could help fight world hunger and reduce pollution. More than 2 billion people worldwide already eat bugs as part of their diet. Insects are everywhere - they reproduce quickly, have high growth and feed conversion rates, and a low environmental footprint. Insects are nutritious, with high protein, fat and minerals.

Utilizing insects as human food is a common practice around the world. In this newsletter we have recently covered the UN promoting bugs as food in Issue 370, caterpillar soup in France in Issue 338, eating locusts during swarms in Issue 340, and an Austrian device for growing maggots in your kitchen in Issue 362. A plethora of information on eating insects is in the Troubled Times pages and recipes abound. Per the Zetas, by evolution, we are equipped to live on plant life and insects for protein, due to our ape ancestry.

ZetaTalk Advice 7/15/1995: Humans are omnivores, as during their evolution they required the ability to eat a broad diet in order to survive. Modern man misunderstands what the cave man ate while lolling about during their vegetarian periods. They did not live strictly on vegetables and fruits and grains. They ate any and everything that was handy, and this included numerous insects and slow moving life forms such as mollusks and possums. They ate less meat, but the diet was highly varied and included occasional small bites from sources other than plants. Thus, those modern humans who try to live what they interpret to be a strictly vegetarian life suffer from malnutrition - poor immunity, anemia, lack of strength, and inability to deal with stress. Man was not designed to live by vegetables alone, and must accommodate their body with protein sources from living creatures other than plants, or suffer the consequences.

Despite their stinging tendrils, jellyfish are also edible! Their numbers are increasing along coastlines where plate borders lie, or coastlines subject to a stretch. Per the Zetas, methane is being released in those areas and the food chain is encouraged. Per nutritional analysis they are low fat, low in carbs, but have protein and minerals. Slice, dice, and munch!

The Jellyfish are Coming! Experts Tangle with Exploding Population
October 7, 2013
A swarm of moon jellyfish from the Baltic Sea were sucked into the cooling pipes of a nuclear power plant on the Swedish coast last week, shutting down one of the three units for four days. In 2008, another such "bloom," glowing purple, wiped out an entire farm of salmon in Northern Ireland by stinging and suffocating the 100,000-strong school to death. Every summer, since the early 2000s, fishermen in Japan brace for swarms of Nomura jellyfish, tentacled monsters the size of a Smart Car. In Israel, where jellyfish routinely clog plumbing in power plants, some companies have set up designated summer jelly-watch squads. If you visit China, Korea or Japan - or even restaurants in America featuring those cuisines - you shouldn't be surprised to find them on the menu. People in the Far East have been eating jellies for millennia, served in various degrees of crispiness, after being harvested, dried and salted.
More Jellyfish Around the World
Apr 19, 2012
Jellyfish are increasing in the majority of the world s coastal ecosystems, according to a new study.

ZetaTalk Comment 10/12/2013: Why are jellyfish on the increase along certain coastlines, worldwide? Jellyfish populations have been recorded in stretch zones such as the East Coast of the US and across Europe from Norway through the Mediterranean to the Black Sea, and from Buenos Aires up along the east coast of S America. Stretch zones release methane gas, which incites an increase in various bacteria, essentially increasing the food supply up the food chain. This is likewise true of those areas experiencing stress in the rock due to fracturing rock under compression, such as along the San Andreas, along New Zealand, from the Philippines north to Alaska, and around India.

By 2019 powdered insects were routinely included in animal feed and human food stuffs. In particular Cricket farms were active and openly advertised for human food. Maggot sausage was advocated as a replacement for meat.

Humans will Eat Maggot Sausages as a Meat Alternative: Scientists
May 1, 2019
Humans will eat maggot sausages as a meat alternative: scientists. May 1, 2019 Food scientists at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia are incorporating insects such as maggots and locusts into a range of specialty foods, including sausage, as well as formulating sustainable insect-based feeds for the livestock themselves. The Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation (QAAFI) team is focusing on pleasing Western palates by disguising insects in pre-prepared foods. They are also supplementing chicken feed, which is currently made mostly of grains, with black fly larvae, with promising results. Poultry is a massive industry worldwide and the industry is under pressure to find alternative proteins that are more sustainable, ethical and green than the grain crops currently being used. Wild chickens eat mostly insects. In 2013, a Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations report urged global citizens to eat more insects, which, compared to conventional meats, are nutritious, cheaper to produce and more sustainable. Inspired by the report and other studies, several snack makers have marketed insect-based products in the US, including Chirps chips and Chapul protein bars.

ZetaTalk Prediction 3/31/2019: As the advent of serious crop shortages begins to squeeze industrial countries, the problem of educating the public to the reality of nutrition from bugs and weeds emerges. Third World countries routinely eat bugs, and even consider them a delicacy. But industrial countries expect their corporate farms to produce grain and grain fed beef and chickens, and fish from fish farms likewise fed on grain. Given the devastating crop failures and livestock loss in the US alone this past year, the sensibilities of the spoiled western public is a problem.

We, the Zetas, have been advocating eating bugs and weeds since the start of the ZetaTalk saga. The average citizen of an industrial country, whether in Europe or Hong Kong or Australia or the US does not dwell on how his food is grown, preferring to think of the fields being fertilized by petrol products. But it is also fertilized with human waste and manure from domesticated animals. In the future, after the Pole Shift, protein from bugs and worms and fish will likely be from rotting bodies, including drowned humans. If this offends your sensibilities, then starve!

Vitamins in Nature

All the necessary vitamins can be found in Nature in Bugs and Weeds. Scurvy can be countered by eating weeds as many are high in Vitamin C. Eating salt pork and biscuits, the early explorers were devastated by Scurvy. Vasco de Gama lost 116 out of 170 men in 1499, and in 1520, Magellan lost 208 out of 230. Little known is that Cabbage and Kale and Potatoes have more Vitamin C than Orange Juice, as do weeds such as Sheep Sorrel, Scurvy Grass, and Dandelion.

Bugs are rich in thiamin, as well as almost all the B vitamins. Rumpold and Schlter (2013) compiled the nutrient compositions for 236 edible insects, and found that many edible insects provide satisfactory amounts of energy and protein, meet amino acid requirements for humans, are high in monounsaturated and/or polyunsaturated fatty acids, and are rich in micronutrients such as copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous, selenium and zinc, as well as riboflavin, pantothenic acid, biotin and, in some cases, folic acid. The later are B vitamins. The abundance of B vitamins in bugs is significantly higher than in beef or whole grain breads.

Pellagra is a deficiency in B3, causing diarrhea, dermatitis, dementia and finally death. In the past it was caused by a strict corn diet and lack of fresh meat. For awhile, it was thought that corn might be poisonous. China, parts of Africa, Indonesia, and North Korea all have endemic pellagra among their lowest classes. Earthworms are high in B3, as is fish oil. Earthworms have omega-3 as their essential oil, and are 82% protein.

A folic acid (B9) deficiency can be very serious, especially in a pregnant woman. B9 is involved in the development of the fetal brain and spinal cord. Birth defects such as spinal bifida can result. Folate has the same root as the word foliage, and folic acid is found liberally in greens such as spinach and turnip greens. If you don't have a garden, for heaven's sake don't overlook the weeds! Folate is found in all leafy greens. Wild greens, such as dandelion, lamb's quarter, amaranth, and stinging nettle are especially rich in folate. Lamb's Quarters also has triple the amount of calcium when compared to spinach. Stinging nettle is high in iron. Stinging nettle, by the way, does not sting after being cooked in the steamer.

Vitamin A deficiency is most notable for its effect on the eyes. According to the World Health Organization, a lack of vitamin A is the leading cause of preventable blindness in children - conjunctivitis, eye infections, and a damaged cornea young in life. It also expresses as hyperkeratosis, excessive skin growth. Unlike Vitamin C and the B Vitamins, which the body flushes if in excess of what one needs, one can get too much Vitamin A from liver or vitamin pills. Many weeds, such as Plantain, are rich in Vitamin A, and once again bugs come to the rescue, being likewise high in Vitamin A.

Rickets is a deficiency disease caused by a lack of Vitamin D. Rickets causes muscles and bones to become soft, which can cause permanent deformities in children. Vitamin D is required for calcium to be properly absorbed into bones to strengthen them. Vitamin D itself is obtained from many foods such as mushrooms , fish, and liver, but the body can only use it if it has been converted into its active form via sunlight. It is estimated that 40% of the world's population is affected by a Vitamin D deficiency.