ZetaTalk: Supposed to Do
Note: written by Jul 15, 1995
When humans are given technological advice, or prepared in some manner
for future possibilities, of having a role, they often have no conscious
memory of this. Many contactees speak of having a vague sense that they
are to do something, or that they have some special knowledge of how
things work, outside of what they could have secured during the normal
course of events. Why is this knowledge clouded? Would not matters unfold
more effectively if the contactee was consciously aware of their role?
There are many reasons why slumber is preferable.
- First, many times the technological advice or coordinated activity
planned for cannot take place for some time. In the meantime, if
conscious of the advice or plan, the contactee would be under tension
not to discuss or give any indication of the plan, fearing a number of
repercussions. The technological advice could be stolen, if revealed, or
at the very least the contactee could be harassed to reveal it. The
contactee could also be questioned as to where the technological advice
came from, and being at a loss to explain, be subject to ridicule. And
if the contactee has agreed to perform a certain role, the fear is that
if others would learn of it, this role could be countered.
- Second, many projects being coordinated by ourselves, the Zetas, or
our brethren in the Service-to-Others groups, require humans to meet in
groups. These meetings are no more remembered than the individual
meetings, but carry more danger to all concerned. The danger is in
discovery, in that contactees are today subject to various punishments
if their contact is made known. Job loss, hostility in the mails or over
the phone, loss of support from friends and family and even divorce have
occurred. There have been instances where death has resulted, but we are
not allowed to be specific regarding our knowledge of these instances.
As many are involved in these joint meetings, the risk of discovery is
multiplied. These matters usually involve deep slumber, the depth in
proportion to the risk.
- Third, the times are changing, and the rate of change accelerating.
Contactees are given technological advice or agree to a role in
accordance with the scene as projected at a given point in time. Being
only subconsciously aware, they do not make changes in their lives to
line up with the plan. The contactee may gather knowledge, or
emotionally prepare for a future role, but is not put out in any other
way by the plan in place. If the situation changes, there are no
physical effects upon the contactee's life, other than a different plan
to become emotionally prepared for. If the contactee were to be
consciously aware of the advice or plan, they would certainly adjust
their life to be in accordance. Then, when plans change, another and
another adjustment would be made. In addition to being disruptive to the
contactee's life, this behavior would look erratic, and demean the
contactee's credibility with others. Slumber is preferable.
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