The weather is so erratic, jumps in temperature and so on. As the blending seasons blog shows that my sense is that the blending of the seasons as the Zetas described on is upon us. Could the Zetas say something about this?

Clearly we will not arrive at the blending of the seasons suddenly. This will be a trend. We have laid out the 7 of 10 scenarios very carefully, in great detail, given the sequence of events and in some cases clues as to the timing of events. But we have been vague about the 8 of 10, and deliberately so. A strong goal of all working on the Earth's Transformation is to have the cover-up break, and having the cover-up artists taken by surprise, taken off guard, is a tool to be used. We have hinted that continuous plate movement will be a factor during the 8 of 10, but declined to give more details on location or extent or such movement. We have stated that the 8 of 10 will also involve sociological factors, without getting into specifics other than to point to the Arab Spring. We have stated that a blending of the seasons will be a factor, to the extent that the weather would jump from mid-summer to mid-winter within a day or so. We are not there as yet.

Source: ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for October 8, 2011

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Comment by Yvonne Lawson on January 16, 2014 at 8:51am

Spring in January as daffodils flower and birds nest: Mild winter means  first signs are already showing

  • The mild winter has caused nature to wake  up ahead of schedule
  • Daffodils and snowdrops have already been  spotted raising their heads
  • Temperatures last month were two degrees  higher than average

Spring has come early: Daffodils and snowdrops have already been spotted raising  their heads

Temperatures last month were two degrees  higher than average, and most parts of the country have experienced only a  handful of frosts since November.

Conservationists say the early stirring is  part of a trend which has seen spring gradually advance over the years as  weather patterns change.

The Woodland Trust, which manages Nature's  Calendar, a scheme in which members of the public record signs of the changing  seasons, said spring is now arriving 12 days earlier on average than it did 25  years ago.

The change is bad news for wildlife, because  it means animals and plants that emerge early are susceptible to a late  frost.

In the first two weeks of January there have  been 31 reports of snowdrops in sites ranging from Kent to Anglesey, 44  observations of hazel trees flowering from Devon to Lincolnshire and 13  sightings of elder buds bursting.

There have been two ladybird sightings, in  County Durham and Devon, two records of small tortoiseshell butterflies in  Cambridgeshire and Pembrokeshire, and a red admiral has been spotted in  Cheshire.


Dr Kate Lewthwaite, project manager at the  Woodland Trust said: 'People may be surprised to see such spring-like activity  in January but Woodland Trust data confirms that it has become more and more  common over the last decade or so.



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