ZetaTalk: War of the Worlds
written July 6, 2005
Would the Zetas care to comment on the new
movie adaptation of H. G. Wells' novel, "War of the Worlds"? The
movie is directed by Steven Spielberg, whom the Zetas have spoken
about in the past and whose previous works of science fiction have
depicted a benign alien presence. Is there a purpose behind this
latest presentation of a hostile alien threat?
As we mentioned on a previous work by Spielberg, the TV series Taken, Spielberg is adept at delivering the correct
message, the truth, even when struggling with the imposition of government
censorship where the only message about aliens allowed is that they cannot
be trusted, are here to enslave mankind, but the government can be trusted
to be truthful and protective. A remake of the War of the Worlds, a known
story line, got easy approval. While sticking to the story line, what
hidden messages for mankind did Spielberg manage to deliver? Remove the
arrival of vicious blood sucking aliens as the source of panic and replace
this with the days of horror during the pole shift. What is the reaction
of the populace?
- At first stunned disbelief, the public failing to take action, failing
to see the need to move to safety or even understanding what steps to be
taken, as they do not understand what is occurring. We have
stated that going into the pole shift, most of the world's
populace will have no idea what is about to occur, due to the cover-up.
- Conveniently, in the movie, all electrical devices, including cars,
fail to operate so the populace stays in the dark, incommunicado. We
have stated that during the week of rotation stoppage, when the
countdown to the pole shift is a matter of days, that travel will be
impossible unless by foot.
- Mass migrations begin to occur, everyone assuming there is a safe
location someplace ahead, spared of the rampaging aliens, even when they
may be walking into danger. We have stated that following the pole shift
there will be endless migrations, as people seek someplace where life is
better, though the whole world will have been affected.
- Random acts of kindness, a couple concerned about a child apparently
left abandoned, play in counterpoint with mob panic, where hundreds of
refugees on the road are each trying to take control of a single running
vehicle, murder and mayhem all around. We have stated that survivors of
the coming pole shift must plan on being in small groups, and away from
heavy traffic lanes.
- Insanity, even in those who are seemingly prepared to survive, stocked
up and bunkered down, with weapons, is depicted. In the man gone insane,
his weapon is in essence used against him, as it would give away his
position, certain death. We have stated that insanity will be rampant
after the pole shift, and guns cannot be assumed to remain in the hands
of sober men, as the head of the family himself may be the first to slip
Thus, the message that Nancy hoped to deliver with her production of The Passage is being
delivered instead by Spielberg, as there are many angels at work and many
routes to a goal.