CONTACTEE GROUPS, MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Learning of the coming pole shift, and it's devastating effect on the Earth and its inhabitants, many people want to take steps to ease the pain, not only for themselves and their family, but for others.
They want to make a difference, help others realize what is around the corner, what they can do to help themselves, how they can potentially become self sufficient.
In having these concerns, they are giving the Call, reaching out asking for counseling on how to proceed.
In short, they are likely to become contactees.
If not already aware of where the Earth is headed, then one of the first things they learn is specifics about the pole shift, often presented as a hologram.
The next step is helping the contactee establish what role they want to play.
This is ALWAYS a role the contactee him or herself chooses, and is not assigned.
The idea of being chosen, of aliens doing the choosing, is simply not true, at least in the Service-to-Other groups.
Those in the Service-to-Self like to have tight control over each other, seek to be dictatorial, so assigning a role would be something Service-to-Self aliens would wish to do, but I am not speaking of Service-to-Self aliens here, as I don't interact with them or their contactees.
The Zetas who produce ZetaTalk are Service-to-Other aliens, and in these groups, roles are self chosen.
Once a contactee has decided upon a role, the matter is not easily settled.
If the timing is not right, the contactee may decide to be consciously unaware, put this out of their mind, until the time arrives.
This does not mean the contactee has not decided upon a role they wish to play, it means they are reducing contention in their current life, and waiting.
How does timed release work?
The contactee suddenly finds themselves taking action, action which may take them completely by surprise!
Subconsciously, the contactee was aware of their plans, their role, but consciously, were unaware.
The Troubled Times pages contain some stories relayed by contactees on how they came to relate their intuitive feelings to information within the
ZetaTalk or Troubled Times pages.
In many cases, using a search engine allowed them to locate the ZetaTalk web site.
In others, they heard Nancy on the radio, and instantly recognized that her descriptions of the coming pole shift were similar to what they intuitively understood, as contactees,
or descriptions of life as a contactee as something they are experiencing.
They find some kind of correlation, often to an astonishing degree.
Many found their intuitive understanding that they would need to prepare for the coming Troubled Times, during and after the pole shift,
assisted by the work being done, building the database of information that is the Troubled Times website today.
Once awakened and connected to their intuitive knowledge and any personal roles they have chosen,
a contactee may make life changes without delay.
How are contactees put in contact with each other?
This starts with arranged meetings on space ships, and thence occurs because the contactees are guided to find each other.
Perhaps they both have a press to go to a certain book store and browse about in a certain section, on the same Saturday morning.
They bump into each other, spark up a conversation, and instantly feel comfortable with each other, going off for coffee together.
Not an accident, as they are most likely old friends!
Contactees also find each other through an obvious opportunity - the contactee group!
They suspect they are a contactee, go to a group meeting to get confirmation or validation of their experiences, and of course, meet others.
Where single contactees can make a difference, a group has greater abilities.
But even singly, they made a difference.
And what are these activities, what the Zetas call Transformational activities?
The Earth of the future will be solidly in the Service-to-Other, all souls leaning in other directions taken elsewhere to live with their own kind.
The Earth of the future will not be suppressing news of the alien presence, visiting UFO's, the fact that man is not alone in the universe as an intelligent species.
The Earth of the future will be integrated, man, zeta/human hybrids, zetas, and all the hundreds of other visitors from elsewhere.
The Earth of the future will undergo a pole shift, horrific geological and social changes, much die-off and grief, while these other changes take place.
So what kind of activities do contactees conduct, that make a difference in all of this?
As an example of contactees coming together, finding each other, and working together, is the evolution of the Troubled Times pages.
Starting in 1996, the year after ZetaTalk began, the TOPICs developed, one by one.
People finding ZetaTalk on the web, or hearing a broadcast, or typing a word into a search engine,
seeking information, and finding the growing Troubled Times website, would join the discussions ongoing on the Forum or what was called the Gossip message boards, and make a difference.
An example from the Internet Relay Chats that took place, dated in May 1996.
Here a discussion among the core members who started Troubled Times were brainstorming on what information to include on the website.
Nancy: What are we trying to achieve here, on the web, what's the goal. For instance, we're trying to educate people that the Pole Shift is coming, for one thing. We do this by pointing to the various prophecies, the earth changes, etc. A comprehensive solution set is what is needed, where it is not just spotty, but covers all aspects of survival. For instance, if folks are told to gather batteries and canned food, but not about the long term, it does them little good ultimately. The batteries will die, and the food run out, and then what! Likewise if they are prepared to grow food with worms and mushrooms at a minimum, they will have calories and protein, but will be vitamin deficient. If they die from scurvy, what good does that advice alone give to them, its not enough. So my thought is that what we offer should be comprehensive enough that folks won't die and won't lose their knowledge base either. What are we missing from our site, that is a necessary ingredient for survival? For instance, we are covering shelter, with dirt packed around tires and a metal roof to protect from fire storms, also winds will sweep over if it's shaped like a mound. But it is really the Aftertime that is a concern, as surviving buys nothing if one can't live afterwards, starves or gets sick and dies, etc. One of the biggest challenges is getting folks to focus on what it will be like. Hospitals not reachable, food in the stores just not there, roads impassable, phone lines down, sunlight dim, etc. So, in the solution set, what are we missing?
Norseman: Communication. No telephone or the like in the aftertime..
Nancy: Short wave radio might be a great short term solution. If folks agree ahead of time on the channels, etc. Problem here is that gangs might tune into this to locate where groups are. Whatever is done needs to have safety in mind. Long distance communication I think will be down and gone. In the old days, mail from another continent was a once in a life time affair, practically. My ancestors came over from Germany, and expected to get a letter from home only when someone died, etc. Without satellite linkups in the sky, which will be torn out of the sky, there won't be any physical way to communicate across the oceans.
Carrie: Can electricity be easily made and harnessed?
Nancy: Energy can be generated from windmills and water wheels, etc., perhaps other methods, and can be used to power communication, radio, sure. Someone's thought was that the bike generator could at a minimum power a short wave radio. I think that folks should just plan on having to help themselves, not look for ANY assistance, as this is the safest route. The Aftertime can be terrible, or can be a subsistence, and it is up to them to help themselves! I'll tell you what we're missing, we're missing saving education material and the arts - music and dance and cooking and such. Folks should collect text books, and plan apprenticeship programs. Musical instruments, how to built them, theater techniques, all this is something not to be minimized. I think a big part of what we could add to TT is recipes. People focus on meals for more than just food. Its a social hour, and something to look forward to. Depression can be alleviated with music and tasty food. I read somewhere that there is a group of students, Florida or the Carolinas or Alabama or some such, that is working up bug recipes. Wish I could locate that.
Carrie: There are so many factors involved. Basically, survival will be primitive at best. The oceans may offer the best source of short and long term survival. They have plenty of fish. Water can be desalinated. Scurvy is going to be a problem, due to lack of vitamin C. Perhaps people need to store a 10 year supply of that.
Nancy: I suspect that this will be taken advantage of by those already living along the coast, a natural evolution in fishing villages, for sure. If they survive the tidal waves. I think the vitamin problem may require that we learn how to manufacture certain vitamins. How hard it is? It's certainly being done today. Perhaps a solution is to find atypical vitamin producers among those things that will thrive in the Aftertime climate. Can be surprising discoveries. Time for some research. Eskimos! A good research topic, for sure.
Carrie: We have to learn how to make very warm clothing. Don't think the fabric store will be in business.
Nancy: Weaving cloth and spinning yarn from atypical sources is a very important piece! My grandmother gave me her spinning wheel, and I learned how to use it. Lumpy yarn, but otherwise OK. There are plenty of places worldwide that manufacture their own cloth, just need to find the reference books. Sheep is a great source of clothing material, as wool can be warm. Durable too. Cloth can be made out of anything fibrous. Flax is from a plant, and is almost as good as cotton.
And what was the result from this discussion, and as a result of the hundreds of people who joined the message boards posting their thoughts and
The Troubled Times website, some 202 TOPICs strong,
divided into key sections for Food, Shelter, Health, Energy, Teamwork, Information sources, and what is essentially news and gossip, the section called The Word.
In the Food section, the TOPICs range to cover:
Seeds TOPIC, and how to save seed in general, to retain viability;
Seed Plants TOPIC, guidelines on how to save seed from especially important crops;
Gardens TOPIC, guidelines on mulching, plowing, garden size, soil pH, and watering techniques;
Garden Plants TOPIC, guidlines on how to grow various garden crops;
Permaculture TOPIC, techniques;
Hydroponic TOPIC, gardening techniques and equipment sources;
Fertilizer TOPIC, a discussion on soil types, natural fertilizers, and using manure safely;
Weeds TOPIC, the wide range of edible weeds and their nutritional value;
Algae TOPIC, growing techniques and how to address production problems;
Low Light TOPIC, various crops that grow in the low light expected in the Aftertime;
Vital Earth TOPIC, featuring a company that grows earthworms en mass and description of their techniques;
Bugs TOPIC, the many edible insects and recipes from around the world;
Protein TOPIC, atypical sources such as snakes, frogs, and snails;
Beans TOPIC, a high protein plant food;
Grains TOPIC, their various attributes and how to harvest;
Bread TOPIC, how to make with natural yeast;
Booze TOPIC, the secrets of alcohol production;
Sprouts TOPIC, a short term salad food for the days after the shift;
Fast Food TOPIC, packaged food for the short term after the shift;
Bones TOPIC, their nutritional value and how to cook them;
Honey TOPIC, gathering and cautions;
Fruits TOPIC, from around the world, how to grow them;
Fish TOPIC, aquaculture and aquaponics, fish species best for pond growing;
Chicken TOPIC, flock requirements such as housing and feed and light;
Lamas TOPIC, the advantages of a herd;
Goats TOPIC, easy to keep, great milk, and prone to follow their shepherd anywhere;
Rabbits TOPIC, how to keep, feed, and cook;
Sheep TOPIC, wool and meat and how to shepherd them;
Vitamins TOPIC, and their food sources;
Amino Acids TOPIC, protein sources and the minimum for survival;
Odd Diets TOPIC, why do the Eskimos survive, for instance;
Poison TOPIC, foods that can be poisons, green potatoes for instance;
Self Help TOPIC, examples of self help initiatives;
Storage TOPIC, how to store bulk food;
Storage Means TOPIC, how to preserve food;
Hunting TOPIC, sling shot, fish nets, and traps;
Bow Hunting TOPIC, how to make a bow and arrows;
Safe Water TOPIC, how to distill and purify or filter water;
Find Water TOPIC, where to dig wells or harvest the fog or dew;
Skywell TOPIC, commercial idea on harvesting humidity for drinking water.
In the Shelter section, the TOPICs range to cover:
Temp Shelter TOPIC, for the hours after the pole shift;
Rock Hard TOPIC, a commercial site with examples of durable bermed construction;
Geodesic TOPIC, describing the geodesic dome;
Domes TOPIC, with advantages of concrete domes in wind and sources;
Housing TOPIC, the various techniques for post pole shift construction, such as straw bale or rammed earth;
Shipping Container TOPIC, how to use these metal boxes for post pole shift housing or storage;
Sites TOPIC, tips on good safe location land for sale;
Biodome TOPIC, a commercial biosphere concept; and
Biodome System TOPIC, description of the mechanics of this concept;
Tools TOPIC, where to secure and how to use various hand tools;
Air Circulation TOPIC, what the Roman's knew about non-election circulation techniques;
Insulation TOPIC, various materials for insulation;
Material TOPIC, where we will find building material after the pole shift, such as landfills;
Quake Proof TOPIC, the essentials of quake proofing a building;
Wind Proof TOPIC, how to reduce the edges wind likes to grab;
Water Stores TOPIC, traditional water storage methods;
Heat TOPIC, manure heat, geothermal heat, and what to burn;
Sewage TOPIC, the outhouse and composting toilet and sewage processing basics;
Furishings TOPIC, furniture basics;
Product TOPIC, such as vinegar and soap making;
Clothing TOPIC, how to spin and weave, tan leather, and making felt;
Army Surplus TOPIC, where to get these bargains;
Applicance TOPIC, manual wash machines, sewing machines, and where to buy;
Pottery TOPIC, the ancient art of making dishes and pots;
Transportation TOPIC, wagons, bikes, boats, snow shoes, and wind cars.
In the Health section, the TOPICs range to cover:
First Aid TOPIC;
Amputation TOPIC, and Exposure TOPIC, describing these emergency medical procedures;
Bandage TOPIC, regarding makeshift bandages;
Leech/Maggot TOPIC, benefits of these ancient means of cleaning and degorging wounds;
On Foot TOPIC, care of the foot during long hikes;
Pain TOPIC, natural pain killers;
Medicine TOPIC, alternatives to traditional medicine;
Herbal Medicine TOPIC, herbs and what they do;
Touch Therapy TOPIC, message and other techniques;
Radioactive TOPIC, what to do if irradiated;
Urine Therapy TOPIC, why some drink their own;
Colloidal Silver TOPIC, its many claims and advocates;
Lead TOPIC, how to counter lead poisoning;
Mind Set TOPIC, power of positive thinking;
Psycho TOPIC, description of mental illness and how to handle;
Depression TOPIC, suicide prevention;
Aftertime Generation TOPIC, on being a teenager during the shift;
Music TOPIC, its role in healing and mental health;
Dental TOPIC, how to care for your teeth without the dentist;
Eye Glasses TOPIC, store bought lens in an emergency;
Foods TOPIC, foods that are immune boosters and the like;
Parasite TOPIC, deworming methods;
Hygiene TOPIC, what to do when the toilet paper runs out;
Chemtrails TOPIC, keeping on top of the reports.
In the Energy section, the TOPICs range to cover:
Windmills TOPIC, where to secure these;
Homemade Windmill TOPIC, how to make one from scratch or car parts;
Pelton Wheel TOPIC, commercial water wheels;
Hydroelectic TOPIC, the ram pump and high head descriptions;
Crank TOPIC, hand powered electricity for radio or flashlight;
Bike Power TOPIC, the bike gen to replenish your batteries;
Coal TOPIC, don't overlook this resource after the pole shift;
Oil TOPIC, a diminishing resource with the refineries down;
Methane Gas TOPIC, poo power, but it can explode;
Vegie Power TOPIC, wood gas powered cars and other gasoline substitutes;
Steam TOPIC, powerful, but steam can burn;
Alternate Energy TOPIC, wild ideas and lots of hope;
Solar TOPIC, solar panels, hand make and purchased;
Carbon Arc TOPIC, an arc as strong and bright as daylight, seriously;
Battery TOPIC, regarding maintenance and how to make from scratch;
Inverter TOPIC, AC/DC and the pros and cons of each;
Circuit TOPIC, generators, transistors, and load calculation;
Lumens TOPIC, all about lamps and bulbs and replacement worries;
Lumens Source TOPIC, oil lamps and bulb sources;
LEDS TOPIC, little light bulbs that don't burn out;
Devices TOPIC, household devices and their practicality;
Rainbow TOPIC, commercial site delivering off the grid support.
In the Teamwork section, the TOPICs range to cover:
Description and links to the discussion boards, such as the solutions Forum, the News Watch, Social chatter site, Welcome to newcomers, and the Troubled Times nonprofit.
Development by team members of 23 topics located in the other key sections such as Food and Energy, posting experimentation and test data.
Plan TOPIC, brainstorming on what kind of plan the government could take to save the populace;
Being Open TOPIC, thoughts on how to approach the topic of the coming shift with friends and family;
Mates TOPIC, who to include or not include in your survival site;
Groups TOPIC, for those looking for mates;
Emotion TOPIC, thoughts on how to deal with disaster depression and keep a positive outlook;
Stories TOPIC, personal stories posted by anonymous members;
Ideas TOPIC, ideas in process;
IRC TOPIC, directions for IRC among members.
In the Information section, the TOPICs range to cover:
Books TOPIC, listing books recommended to buy;
FAQ TOPIC, FAQ answered for the newcomer;
Radio TOPIC, short wave how-to;
EMP TOPIC, how to shield electronics from electro-magnetic pulse;
Linux TOPIC, the benefits of this Operating System in the aftertime;
Morse Code TOPIC, drop dead classic communication system;
Bearing TOPIC, how to re-establish your bearings when the compass and maps no longer apply;
Models TOPIC, working survival community examples;
Solution Sets TOPIC, solutions that pair together to make a whole;
On Foot TOPIC, practical guidelines for the nomad;
Pole Shift TOPIC, detailed descriptions and animations of the shift;
Crust Shift TOPIC, historical evidence of crust shift;
3,600 Shift TOPIC, historical evidence of 3,600 period;
Check List TOPIC, personal lists on what to have at hand;
Quake Tips TOPIC, how to survive strong quakes;
Survive Tips TOPIC, how survive winds and water and fire during the shift;
Safe Locations TOPIC, member speculation on safest spots;
Zeta Locations TOPIC, ZetaTalk on safety of various locations;
Nuke TOPIC, where installations exist, and how to survive radiation;
Self Defense TOPIC, pros and cons of guns and other methods to use;
Hazard TOPIC, breaking dams, military depots, and tidal bore;
Oxygen TOPIC, dangers and benefits of having extra oxygen tanks on hand;
Quake Predict TOPIC, screeching radios and other indicators of at-hand quake;
Pest Control TOPIC, mice, bugs, raccoons, and what to do about them;
School TOPIC, how to save school materials for the future;
Pollute TOPIC, how to deal with pollutants near your survival site.
In The Word section, the TOPICs range to cover:
Sitchin and Velikovsky TOPIC;
Rogue Planet TOPIC, describing wandering planets like Niburu as known science;
Rogue Planet Sighting TOPIC, record of sightings as Planet X loomed inbound;
Cambridge Conference TOPIC, quotes from cataclysmic discussions in the UK;
2003 TOPIC, evidence that the establishment was aware of the approach;
Slowing TOPIC, how to clock a slowdown;
Geo Change TOPIC, recent articles on Earth changes;
Geo History TOPIC, historical comparison to current;
Weather TOPIC, record up up-tick from 1995 to the year 2000;
Global Warming TOPIC, pros and cons of global warming as an excuse for current Earth changes;
Quakes TOPIC, links to websites covering quakes;
Quake Pattern TOPIC, statistical analysis of up-tick in quakes;
Crazed TOPIC, bizarre animal behavior as a sign of the times;
Prophecy TOPIC, many prophecies from around the world;
Legend of Old TOPIC, many legends pointing to a pending pole shift;
Indian Lore TOPIC;
Aftertime TOPIC, speculation on post pole shift environment;
Cover-up/Disinfo TOPIC, assassinations and examples of disinfo;
Martial Law TOPIC, executive orders and other proof of plans for martial law;
Martial Means TOPIC, how martial law is likely to be played;
Shortage TOPIC, news reports from around the world;
Distraction TOPIC, examples of the establishments distraction techniques;
Crop Circle TOPIC, links to examples, and discussion on how to identify the real thing;
Mars/Moon TOPIC, Face on Mars and cities on the Moon articles and links;
Aliens TOPIC, famous UFO stories and establishment attempts to discredit;
ZetaTalk TOPIC, ZetaTalk accuracy documented.
Thus, Troubled Times is an example of the power of a few contactees, getting together and making a difference!