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The ZetaTalk Newsletter
Issue 362, Sunday September 8, 2013
Weekly news and views from around the world and beyond.
New ZetaTalk Earth Changes Announcements Signs of the Times
Moon Orbit Extremes

Since the arrival of Planet X in the inner solar system in 2003, the Moon’s orbit has taken an extreme tilt. The Moon's orbit has become more extreme since that time. For a given location, the Moon’s Face should rotate not more than 7° 7' but it is regularly seen with a 90° rotation now. This was last covered in Issue 354 of this newsletter on July 14, 2013. The rotating face is the most commonly noted feature of the erratic Moon orbit, easily identified by the man in the streets. Plotting the Moon’s orbit by astrophysics is a bit more technical, but shows the same extremes. The Moon travels in a nearly circular orbit, around the Earth's middle with only a c offset from the Ecliptic. It has been the guide, for the past decade, that the Full and New Moon are close to where expected.

This past decade the orbit, like a hat tilted offset on a head, was consistently reported to be too far North when waxing after a new Moon, and too far South during waning after a full Moon. Other than noting that the Moon had never shown over Uncle Bob’s barn before, or in the North facing window, the common man does not track the Moon’s location. Some excellent documentation was recently provided by a YouTube report that shows the Moon’s location. The old pattern of finding the Moon where expected at Full and New Moon has changed! On July 22, 2013 the Full Moon was identified at Dec -15, below the Ecliptic. Moving rapidly it swung to Dec +19 by August 3, 2013 for the Crescent Moon, some two weeks later. Two weeks or so after that on August 18, 20013 the Full Moon had swung South of the Ecliptic again to Dec -15. The swings should be no greater than 5° from the Ecliptic, but now were swinging at Full and New Moon some 34°! The actual location of the Moon is diagramed on this YouTube video to show the variation in where the Moon was located on August 7 and 8, 2013. These types of swings are a new extreme.

Alberto has also noted extreme positions of the Moon, as noted in the Pole Shift ning blog devoted to Moon watching. On July 17, 2013 when the Moon was waxing halfway to Full, it should have been at Azimuth 201, but was discovered at Azimuth 149, 50° too far to the South! Just one day later it had swung to be at Azimuth 168 within 14° of where expected at Azimuth 183. Of course, the noted tilt over the past decade has been for the Full Moon to be where expected, so this movement is in accordance with that rule. But 50° too far to the South? Wow.

A FaceBook page devoted to Moon watching notes aberrations too. From Toronto on August 16, 2013 the Moonset is over an hour late! On August 19, 2013 the Moon should have been almost full, 95% illumination, but per the photo taken from Toronto at 1:18 am is far less than the 95% expected, as is a photo taken in nearby Mississauga. The Moon is out of position!

Aug 16: 1.35 am 1 hour and six minutes after Moonset and still in the sky in Toronto
Aug 18: Taken tonight in Mississauga 9:00 pm

Continuous Quake Zones

In Issue 358 on August 11, 2013 we listed what the Zetas had revealed about the 8 of 10 phase, which is overlapping the 7 of 10 at the present time. Continuous plate movement in some regions was mentioned, with no specifics as to what these regions might be.

ZetaTalk Prediction 5/29/2010: During an 8 of 10, where significant plate movement in one area does not start and stop, but just keeps going.

ZetaTalk Prediction 10/8/2011: We have hinted that continuous plate movement will be a factor during the 8 of 10, but declined to give more details on location or extent or such movement.

It would appear, from the seemingly continuous activity during the past few months, that New Zealand is one of those zones! First there were the hints in May that a slip-slide plate border had been “rolling all year”.

Long-Running Wellington Quake a 'Slow-Slip' Event
May 27, 2013
The biggest earthquake in 150 years is hitting Wellington at the moment, but none of the locals are diving under desks or sheltering in doorways. The magnitude 7 quake is centred to the west of the capital and is 40km deep, and has been rolling all year.

Then after a 6.5 quake on July 22, 2013 there were so many aftershocks (over 100) that it begged the question – is New Zealand one of those regions?

Wellington Earthquake: We can Afford New Quake Damage
July 22, 2013
Aftershocks continue to plague Wellington and the top of the South Island the 6.5 magnitude jolt which struck in the Cook Strait. More than 100 aftershocks have been recorded since, including a 5.0 which hit 15km east of Seddon.

ZetaTalk Answer 7/27/2013: We have described the 8 of 10 as being a phase where some parts of the globe are continually in motion, without rest. In that the Indi-Australian Plate is the brake, holding all other plate movement back, it is certainly one of those places.

On August 16, 2013 the pattern repeated after a 6.5 quake in New Zealand. This was followed almost immediately by a 7.3 to the east of the New Zealand fault line, along what the Zetas described as the true border of the Indo-Australian Plate at New Zealand. Once again, aftershocks galore. Continuous movement region, indeed!

M6.5 - 29km SSE of Blenheim, New Zealand
August 16, 2013
The M 6.5 earthquake south of Blenheim, New Zealand, occurred as the result of strike-slip faulting on or near the plate boundary between the Pacific and Australia plates.

Antarctica Roll

During the 8 of 10 discussions, the Zetas mentioned continents changing their positions relative to one another, but declined to state at the time which continents would be involved.

ZetaTalk Prediction 4/9/2011: The exact position of the continents is not in complete accordance with their post Pole Shift alignment, however, but to detail these changes would be getting into the 8 of 10 scenarios prior to the time when we are ready to discuss these scenarios.

The Zetas have now revealed one of the continents involved. Well, actually, they’ve indicated which continents would be involved in a virtual dance, as Antarctica touches on so many. It was noted in the news that an unusual high tide was experienced along Australia’s southern coastline and Tasmania. Since the establishment had no other explanation, they pointed to the usual excuse  - the weather. But the waves were so high that it hit the news. Was something else going on?

Wild Winds, Heavy Rain to Batter Victoria for Days
August 18, 2013
Victoria faces more wild weather with rain and high winds forecast for the next few days.
King of all Tides
May 1, 2002
The king of all Australian tides occurs near the town of Derby in King Sound, in north-west Australia, at the end of March and again at the end of April each year. Derby's tides can reach up to 11.8 m, and are the second biggest tides in the world (the largest, clocked at 15 m, occur in the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia).

Per the Zetas a rolling of the Antarctic Plate was responsible.

ZetaTalk Explanation 8/24/2013: This is reported to be a storm surge, but how much of this high tide is caused by the Earth wobble or plate movements? The graphs show a tidal surge on August 16, 2013 when there was a rash of earthquakes in New Zealand, but no such quake swarm occurred on August 19, 2013 when a larger high tide occurred. We mentioned during the 8 of 10 discussions that there would be some shifting of plates during the 8 of 10 such that the alignment of continents to each other would change. The Antarctic Plate is one that is relatively free to move, not being locked on any side.

Due to the S American roll, which is caused by the spreading Atlantic, there is a natural tendency of the Antarctic Plate to roll counterclockwise, pushing the tip of S America toward Africa. We have mentioned that the compression in the Pacific Plates tips the Antarctic Plate also, which ultimately results in new land emerging between the tips of S America and Africa. As this roll of the Antarctic Plate begins, it will also tend to push under the Indo-Australian Plate, which is in any case lifting on its eastern edge and thus providing an opening for the Antarctic roll. If such a nudge up occurs, the water atop the Indo-Australian Plate will slosh, and this is what occurred on August 19 near Tasmania.

Indeed, the Zetas hinted at Antarctic moves early in the ZetaTalk saga in 1999, when they were describing how new land would pop up between the tip of S American and Africa as a result of compression in the Pacific.

ZetaTalk Prediction 2/15/1999: The Antarctic plate finds the side abutting the Pacific under pressure, as the plates due to fold or crumble or subduct in the Pacific begin to do this. This in effect is forcing the Antarctic plate to fold itself, like a fan, and it resists this pressure to fold. The tendency is rather for the Antarctic plate to break away from these bordering plates, so it then becomes free to move. Likewise, along the Atlantic, the spreading plates in the Atlantic are asking the Antarctic plate to rip apart, which it resists, being a very solid plate. The point that gives, the weak point, is the border between the Antarctic plate and those in the Atlantic, as these are already weakened points. Thus, these weak points separate, the Atlantic plates going their way, the Antarctic staying in place. The Antarctic plate is now free on all sides! The overlapping and compressing plates on the Pacific side represent pressure and push. The separating and spreading plates on the Atlantic side represent an opening, so the Antarctic plate moves in that direction.


Eating bugs and worms was a top ZetaTalk suggestion when they began discussing the coming Pole Shift and associated starvation that the Earth changes will cause on Earth. After all, on their home planets in Zeta Reticula, bugs and moss were a staple on their dimly lit planets. Bugs are universally eaten by other species, and did you know that crabs and shrimp are part of the bug family? Many human cultures consider their local bugs a delicacy, and recipes abound. Even the UN has begun recommending that starving countries look into the practice. Bugs are sky high in protein and fat. Easiest to catch are maggots or grubs, and a woman in Austria has developed a kitchen breeder to easily grow and collect them.

Anyone for a Bowl of Maggots?
July 31, 2013
The cooked larvae smell like starchy potatoes with a nutty and meaty taste. The machine is designed to be the perfect environment for flies and their larvae allowing in enough light and space for them to grow. To begin with, you simply drop some black soldier fly larvae into an appliance chamber. Here they grow and then move to a larger chamber, mate and produce larva. This falls down into a separate area, where it matures, moves on up a tube, and falls into a cup. Some larvae are dropped back into the machine to restart the process, while the rest are ready to eat. Black Soldier flies were chosen as they are easy to breed and contain up to 42 per cent protein - double the amount in the average chicken breast - and a high level of calcium and amino acids. A gram of Black Soldier fly eggs can become 2.4 kilograms of edible protein after 432 hours in the Farm 432. But if Black Soldier flies aren’t to your taste then other larvae may be used in the same way.

Per the Zetas, one can make dishes from grubs that would pass as egg and cream based dishes.

ZetaTalk: Suggestion 7/15/1995: Food stuffs that will do quite nicely on the gloomy light supplied by the Sun are mushrooms, earthworms, and various insects that feed on dead tissue. After the cataclysms bugs will be in abundance, as dead tissue from both plants and animals is everywhere. This trend can be taken advantage of, as distasteful as that concept might be to humans who have never eaten a bug. Larva, grown in humus, can be turned into pureed and creamed soups, puddings, or omelets by skilled cooks. Those eating the fare would never guess that the base was not cream, milk, and eggs.

The Passage: On the Move
Martha has a bowl filled with the white grubs which are twisting from side to side. Martha takes a large spoon and starts mashing the grubs, then frothing them with a fork. Martha pours the frothed grubs into the pan, and holds it over the fire, stirring feverishly. When the mess looks like cooked egg whites, she quickly turns and scoops it onto a platter, pulling a sprig of some herb she has collected during the day from her pocket as a garnish. “And for desert we have pudding.”

My personal experience with eating bugs and worms occurred about a decade ago when we had a Japanese chef visiting for 6 months in order to develop earthworm recipes. Many lessons later, we had learned that where earthworms will grow in compost, one must extract the egg sacs after the young hatch or the sacs act like a natural birth control device signaling that the population is getting too large. (The egg sacs are nature's best fertilizer, so put them in the garden!) Red wigglers are the best worm base for compost piles, which should include plant matter, not animal fats. Remember, the herd is silent and will not stampede. Lots of advantages.

Earthworms require sand to digest, so to remove the grit chop them up and rinse well. We tried the purge in cold water and it did not seem to work. Yes, they have blood, and this rinses away as well. Remember, fresh steak has blood too. Thus prepared, one has the meat which is 82% protein, and has Omega-3 as the essential oil. They are virtually tasteless, or if pressed I would say taste faintly like chicken. Mixing the meat parts in soup worked well. My favorite story is of offering a roofer who had come to repair a leak a cup of our new chicken soup recipe. After slurping it up, he nodded and said it was good but “needed more chicken”. Then he froze, as he had heard the stories about our activities, and said “this ain’t one of them worm things is it?” Oops, too late.

Chickens and Goats

Chickens, ducks, rabbits, and goats eat almost anything. Seriously. My personal experience with Chickens is that you can toss them a melon rind and they will consume the whole thing. I’ve seen one of my chickens snatch a fly off my tennis shoe so fast I could not see its head move. A rooster will locate a good bunch of bugs, like an ant hill, and cluck to his hens who come running, then stand head high while his hens gobble up the goodies he discovered, guarding them. Make friends very early with your rooster babies so they think of you as a friend, as being attacked by a rooster is no joke. They leap up, clench those claws, and punch. But they do protect their flocks, and beyond protection from predators, chickens need little else but a safe place to roost, free range to find the bugs and worms that is their diet, and a touch of Sun for their Vitamin D. Toss the egg shells back as they consume those too, for the calcium. They need water to drink and make sure the new hatchlings can reach the water too.


ZetaTalk Suggestion 12/2003: Chickens eat bugs, forage for themselves, and come home to lay their eggs if given a safe and private roost. Ducks likewise eat whatever grows in or around ponds, which will be numerous in the drizzle, and don't require a dry spot to roost. Goats, which eat anything, can likewise be kept within limits if the surrounding country can sustain them.

Goats are so omnivorous they are known to eat poison ivy, and as herds have the advantage of bonding with their herdsman, and will follow him or her anywhere. I’ve heard from a goat-keeper that they even give a type of hug, they are so affectionate. Their manure is ideal, as manure goes, little pellets easily gathered and transported. Goat milk, and goat cheese, are second to none, superior to cow’s milk and cheese in many respects.

Goat Keeping
Why goats? Manure that is easily managed is just one of the many gifts provided by these wonderful creatures. Fresh milk, cheeses, yogurt, meat, skins, and fiber produced at home without the antibiotics, hormones, and dyes sometimes present in the commercial stuff are a few other benefits. Goats are easy to care for: chores take only about 20 minutes morning and evening. These very hardy animals give birth with ease, usually have multiple births and have very few health problems. They can be kept on a small acreage and they are economical: you can keep six to eight goats for the same amount of feed it takes to keep one cow, and you’ll get twice the milk. The cons? Goats will eat your garden and, given half a chance, will bark your fruit trees and eat your neighbor’s roses, so good fences are a must. You will have to be dedicated, especially if you are milking: usually, it’s required every 12 hours. You will need a shelter for your goats, in the form of a shed, stable or barn.

I’ve often noted how much grazing land is wasted along roadways, where mowers cut down the tall grass and weeds and there it lies, going to waste. After the pole shift, when cars will lack gas and roads are heaved and broken, lawns and roadsides will become pasture land. Cattle are not as efficient as goats, and sheep require grasslands where goats prefer shrubbery and brush. Overgrown former pasture land will thus be ideal for goat herds, as the Congressional Cemetery in Washington DC recently discovered. You will need to have your garden fenced in any case to keep out any deer or wild rabbits.

Cemetery Fans: Goats 'Right Decision'
August 14, 2013
The goats ate almost everything that was green in the 1.6-acre area. A visible line along the trees shows where the goats could no longer reach.