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Helena's Story

Paul, boy, does your story sound familiar! I, too, came across Zetatalk through a link from another webpage. I ignored it for quite some time, actually, because the Zetas were not, by any means, my favorite beings. I would actually go so far as to say I regarded them as "the enemy". In the end, though, I began to think I was being unfair to myself, that I owed it to myself to know all about "the enemy", just in case I one day needed to; and besides, I have to admit I was getting a bit curious, because they were mentioned so much on this particular page, so I ventured into Zetatalk. The first thing I came across, of course, was the pole shift. That didn't come as much of a surprise, probably because I would make the other members of my household laugh by going into the Internet and reading them all the "gloom and doom" sections. When I got to Zetatalk, though, I was no longer laughing.

Like you, I would read all I could get hold of concerning UFO's and aliens - but not so much the psychic stuff. Unlike you, I think I do tend to be a bit credulous; so when I find something I want to believe in, I go looking for all the negative stuff I can find to see if I can't talk myself out of it. I did this with Zetatalk. I couldn't believe what was happening with me and Zetatalk. The whole thing had the ring of truth, but I thought no, this can't possibly be! These are "the enemy", remember, "the enemy?" Nevertheless, I could not deny the attraction. There was such a lot of pure, down-to-earth - well, you know what I mean - common sense there. However, despite all of this, I went into the newsgroups and the comments by readers on some of the web pages, to find something negative. I found plenty - but guess what, it didn't make any difference. I remember sitting there one night, and suddenly being flooded with the realization that, come what may, I believe in those who are running Zetatalk. The fight was over; it was the end, and, also, the beginning. After that I got up the courage to contact Pat, and the rest, as they say, is history.

Offered by Helena.