Zetas have told us that public reactions to the pending announcement will be surprisingly calm where they will continue attending their jobs, kids going to school and paying their bills because majorities of common man simply can't afford to move.  Now, if the severe wobble during the Last Weeks will generate 200-300 tides assaulting all coastlines around the world, Wouldn't half of the world's population living along the coastlines would be dead by then? For people to have any chance to survive or the last minute chance to make any spiritual decisions until the last day, wouldn't there be any obvious physical precursors before the beginning of 9/10 scenario? How do we know that Last Weeks is approaching and now is the time running towards the mountains? http://www.zetatalk.com/ning/22sp2012.htm  [and from another] http://coastalchallenges.com/2010/01/31/un-atlas-60-of-us-live-in-t...  About 44 percent of the world’s population lives within 150 kilometres of the sea.

Many are anxious because of the 7 of 10 and 8 of 10 overlap. They fear the 8 of 10 will near its end, and the Last Weeks begin, with little warning. We have always stated that the 8 of 10 will be a long phase, where the 7 of 10 was expected to be rapid. We will not be pushed into an elaborate or comprehensive description of what mankind can expect during the 8 of 10 phase by the anxiety of humans wanting a timeline for their personal plans. The games being played with the elite, who would enslave the common man, are far more important. That the Last Weeks are not about to begin is clear from the mere fact that the 7 of 10 plate movements have not completed

Source: ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for March 22, 2014

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