Taking the ZetaTalk message increasingly seriously, many are doing critical thinking about their personal preparations. Planning for a safe passage through the pole shift and a reasonable expectation of life in the Aftertime, requires a many pronged approach.
First, the individual often feels they must balance their pole shift plans with their current lifestyle and position in society. The double life dilemma that contactees and secret agents must live. They want to protect their jobs and marital relationships, fulfill their duties and not lose ground in the game of life. So in any plans they make, they are, in early 2002, cutting their pole shift plans close, wanting to do the minimum necessary.
Second, since ZetaTalk is voluminous and for the newcomer requiring hours of work to plow through, it is not clear just what should be a concern and in what time frame. The pole shift is described in ZetaTalk and Troubled Times in past geology terms, in various prophecies which speak in analogies, in the mechanics of a pole shift, and as life afterwards. Ideally, this should all be taken in steps, with the past examined, prophecy read with an open heart so as not to take each word literally, then the mechanics of the shift itself digested, and emotional adjustment to what life afterwards would become. At this point, the person is ready to make personal plans.
Third, once emotionally prepared to go through the shift and have a diminished lifestyle afterwards, the individual is ready to make solid and practical plans. The first consideration should be survival of the shift itself, and this requires distancing oneself from coastlines or fault lines or volcanoes, and protecting oneself from the high winds and potential firestorms. The Safe Locations document which our emissary Nancy has prepared for readers assist in determining whether ones location is safe for survival, or relatively safe, and what dangers would need to be guarded against. Life afterwards is a more murky issue, which comes after resolution of safety during the shift itself. At this time, in early 2002 and perhaps up until the shift itself, the newcomer wants to know just what to do when, to survive.
Our advice, which is a repeat of information that can be found in the body of ZetaTalk, is as follows:
|1.||To the degree that one is able, take yourself to a relatively safe place at least by the time the rotation of the Earth occurs.
The timing of this will not take you by surprise, as the inbound planet will be seen in the sky, unaided by telescope, for 7
weeks prior to the shift. The day of rotation stoppage is also not a surprise, as clocks and watches will be increasingly
poky, and rotation takes a day to stop. Even if in the wrong place at that time, in that most of the population will be in
shock but functioning, one could most likely travel on roads or even rails. Get going to your safe location, if not there
|2.||During the week of rotation stoppage, preparations not already made for the hour of the shift can be addressed, with
rehearsals. On the long-day side of the Earth, it will seems like the worst mid-summer days, and on the long-night, colder
than expected and one must deal with the dark, so anticipate these situations, depending upon where your location is. High
winds are avoided by being at ground level, in a trench or under an overhang, or the like. Downpour, deluges, and
flooding might occur, depending upon your location, so wherever you are riding out the shift should not be where you will
be flooded or drown. Existing structures are best avoided, so do not plan on being in or under any existing structure. The
least structure around you, the better, during quakes. Plan on being prone, not upright, so roll along the ground rather than
being dashed. |
|3.||Having established what you will do when the hour arrives, the next issue is to watch for the hour. Assign, among your
group, at least one individual at all times to watch the skies and for signs. The tail of the passing planet will curve toward
the earth, due to gravity attraction, so some red dusting will occur almost as soon as rotation stoppage occurs. But when
approaching the hour of the shift, the tail lashing will get extreme, with not only red dust but gravel and hail falling. This is
a sign that the shift is very close, within hours, and all should seek shelter under the sod or metal roofs they have
constructed over trenches, or under overhangs. It is not necessary for all to be prone, for hours, if watching the skies is
ongoing and by competent individuals. Children, in particular, should be allowed to release their energy in play, but keep
them close and within voice call. The separating of the crust from the core is unmistakable, in that jiggling can be felt, and
the stars or the Sun or whatever visible in the sky will move. It is at this point that preparations for the shift itself should
|4.||Lie down, keeping children firmly in hand so they cannot panic and run out into the wind or lashing tail. Singing loudly in a group sing or some other engrossing activity will help in this regard, and keep the adults from panic also. Jolting and cracking of nearby trees will be felt and heard, and all should be ignored if the site has been well selected. At the end of the hour, it will be apparent that it is safe to emerge, as jolting will have stopped. A test can be done against the sky. Have the stars or the Sun stopped moving? Then the shift is past.|