We predicted, in 1995 when ZetaTalk first started, the weather changes.
This is a matter of record, because our emissary Nancy has put on the web
site a What's New page that traces all the way back to 1995. We predicted
the erratic weather that is occurring now where no one else did.
We stated in the beginning of 1995 that there would be weather changes of such a nature that there would be crop failures due to crops being wrongly signaled, a spring coming too soon so that plants start off on their cycles and then a dramatic reversal, winter returning. This can cause a crop failure as surely as an intractable drought or a deluge that literally washes the seeds out of the ground. In addition we predicted that livestock and fish harvests would suffer, because they are going to be affected by a tendency to have increased diseases, fungal infections and the like that can run rampant through commercial operations. Private family homes, small operations, are more protected from that, as they break the illness cycle. But, for instance, a warehouse of chickens can be wiped out in a wink because of their closeness.
So, what is going to happen in the next four years? Are we going to just trot along and arrive one day when the giant comet comes roaring through and a pole shift occurs? Of course not. You're going to have increasing earthquake tremblers. There has been a tightening up of the plates against each other that has not even appeared in your media, though the information is available and has been documented on the Troubled Times web site that our emissary and her fellow co-workers have put out. Deep Earthquakes have skyrocked at an exponential rate since the mid 1980s, and this indicates a tightening up of these plates. Where this has not translated to surface quakes, it soon will, and you will find that because these deep plates are locked in that a quake in one place transmits to another, and you will have what Nancy has been referring to as domino quakes. Rather than months going by before a repercussion is felt in another part of the world, repercussions will happen almost instantaneously. This will be defused by the media which will fail to report them. Some earthquakes in remote places will not be reported at all, but nevertheless, word will get around.
The oceans will continue, as will the weather, the ocean of air, to become more erratic. Winds sweeping in without notice, sudden storms, deluges, tides that are greater than expected, especially along the Pacific coastlines. Warm oceans will occur in places where they should be cool, and the fisheries will suffer from this because they can't predict where the schools of fish will be. Likewise, you will find human populations beginning to migrate. This migration not only happens in cases of severe starvation, such as in northern Africa south of the Sudan, where people just stumble like sticks in any direction, looking for food, but also occurs when things get bad enough, when crop shortages are bad, and people begin to wander. They're looking for something better. So you will have migrations and you will have guards against migrations. Rifles at the border, pointed and saying don't come a step further and shooting people for little reason. This is already starting to raise its head in the anxiety that the United States expresses about the people south of their borders.
Cults will form, enclaves of people clinging to whomever or whatever promises safety. Don't buy into that, as no one can give you safety. You have to look to yourself and be realistic. If itís anything but relying on yourself, you're being conned. But this type of grouping will occur. At this point, in early 1999, we'll stop predicting because it becomes irrelevant. We will predict again in a year or so, restating our position. This is enough, for now, for people to be able to discern for themselves what steps they should take in the immediate future.