ZetaTalk: Survival Groups
Note: added during the Dec 7, 2002 Live ZetaTalk IRC Session.
Survival groups will be composed of a variety of diverse folk, shortly after the shift and in the long term. We will give some examples, in explanation, as the variety
possible is endless, but some predictable patterns will repeat often.
- Example 1
- A family, with close friends, and extended family members have for some years been talking prophecy and watching the earth changes. They are serious,
plan to the extent that their pocket books and other obligations allow, so have a site, supplies put aside, and an escape plan laid out. The week of rotation
stoppage arrives, and many of the group are already at the site, the others en route. Several scenarios may ensue, depending upon location, neighbors, and
- The group may be compatible and isolated, and subsist for many months before venturing forth to meet others.
- The group may find fighting breaks out, certain member becoming hostile and demanding and unable to live under the constraints
understood. This many result in that member being expelled, and returning with others to loot and take revenge. This may result in continuing
hostilities in the group, making life unpleasant and creating stress diseases.
- The group may not be isolated, and find neighbors coming with their hands out, starving, or demanding. This may results in sharing all
around, creating starvation in the group or arguments, or may result in a larger and compatible community with the neighbors, all sharing
resources and ideas.
- The group may be known at large, not kept a secret as planned, and have organized looting by the US Military or local government, looking
for hoarded supplies. This would place the group into the same position they would have been had they not planned at all, on foot, without
supplies, and perhaps without a place to stay.
- Example 2
- A family has no opportunity to plan, or gather supplies, but is prepared to escape to a safe area, leave the city. The family finds themselves afterwards with
no more than a few bottles of water and canned goods, a sweater, and a few hand tools in a backpack. They wander into the country side, find a friendly
farm family, and all begin working on mutual goals and tasks. They are joined by others, also on foot or stranded, and those not compatible leave, those
compatible fit in, and the community grows. The farm is isolated, by nature, so not that many arrive, and the sorting out process proceeds without being
- Example 3
- A mid-sized community, seeing the earth changes and hearing predictions, decides to hold community meetings, town hall, and lay plans. The mayor is
respected and doing his best, the community has many community minded groups and citizens, and serious discussions are held concerning problems. They
bottle water, commandeer food and supplies from local stores, assess individual and family needs, and try their best to function as a governed community.
The shift comes, and houses are blown off foundations, injured everywhere beyond what the trained medical personnel can deal with, and many heart
attacks and strokes occur, a medical nightmare. Those who were to be responsible are in the main simply not found, are off wandering or sitting in the
shadows, overwhelmed, gone mad, or failing to deliver on their promises, a frequent human situation. Food in storage holds is found missing, looted by those
who knew about it and panicked, thinking of themselves.
- Those trying to meet the needs of the community and follow through on the plans laid become exhausted, stumble about in fatigue, and finally simply sleep or
get sick from the effort. Fights break out among the demanding, who may have had a role to play, forgotten this, and reverted to their true personalities when
pleasant life in the town disappeared and distress arrived. Some new heroes emerge, but like the few trying to carry out the plan, they too become
exhausted, as the majority are not these, but the childish, the selfish, and the demanding. Service-to-Other folk are in the minority, worldwide, and this
expresses when stressful times arrive. In time, families headed by Service-to-Other individuals remove themselves from this scene, taking themselves and
their dependents elsewhere, into smaller groups. In time, those who have not died, looted and then starved, or left, will be the immature in good health and
strength, who will eventually go wandering in search of better times.
Thus, the best laid plans most often do not work out, and spontaneous meetings, often guided, work out best.
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