Would the Zetas care to comment on the new Star Wars movie, The Force Awakens? This is the first Star Wars movie to be released since George Lucas sold Lucasfilm (http://www.zetatalk.com/ning/28ju2014.htm) to Disney. New director JJ Abrams has previously helmed Star Trek: Into Darkness which featured overt references to the ZetaTalk message including a red planet named Nibiru (http://www.zetatalk.com/ning/25ma2013.htm) and the Rule of Non-Interference. The Zetas have stated that the out-of-sequence release of the Star Wars trilogies was not an accident. If the original trilogy depicted spiritual decision making (http://www.zetatalk.com/transfor/t20.htm) and victory through courage, and the prequel trilogy depicted the crumbling of democracy (http://www.zetatalk.com/index/zeta221.htm) and evil entrenched in government, what is the message conveyed by the latest Star Wars movie? Is the title itself an allusion to the ZetaTalk message of the Awakening? [and from another]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irWZCOKK-r0 [and from another] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Wars:_The_Force_Awakens Three decades after the second Death Star's destruction, Luke Skywalker, the last Jedi, has vanished. The First Order, successor to the Galactic Empire, is scouring the galaxy for Luke, as is the Resistance, an offshoot of the New Republic led by General Leia Organa.
The battle goes on, and is not over simply because some top leadership has been eliminated. We have stated that the trilogy of 4, 5, and 6 in the series was released first, to show that the good guys win and even a small band of determined fighters can make a difference. Later the trilogy of 1, 2, and 3 in the series was released to show how democracy crumbed so that the Emperor could gain control. The logical order of the timeline was reversed so that the public could more readily relate the Star Wars story to current events.
Star Wars was first released in 1977, when Carter had just been sworn in as President. It was a time of feel-good, do-good, when one could sleep soundly as the good guys were in charge. Thus, the happy ending resonated. The second trilogy was released between 1999-2005 when a handoff from Clinton to Bush occurred. Election fraud, an invasion of Iraq on false claims of weapons of mass destruction, and an insider job reaching all the way into the Bush White House bringing down the World Trade Centers on 911 as the trigger. The subterfuge shown in the earlier timeline, where evil lurked at the heart of the senate, fit this era, and thus resonated.
What does the current era relay? The Council of Worlds is at war with the cover-up over the approach of Nibiru, and as a result many secrets are being revealed. Recent revelations are Turkey, a NATO member, funding ISIS by brokering their stolen oil, and Saudi Arabia, a long-standing ally of the US, fomenting terrorism in the US. The elite – politically powerful and wealthy – are being exposed, and toppled from their perch. Meanwhile, the Earth changes caused by Nibiru are on the increase, and even if informed, the public will find itself devastated, alone, and confused. Who leads in this situation, when so many assumed leaders have been stripped of their masks, their true agenda exposed?
The third Star Wars trilogy steps into such a void. Polarization is increasing, even within families, and the disparate path taken by Rey and Ren represents this, as does the decision by Finn to switch sides. Lies and propaganda are pushed by those wanting to control the public. The Jedi have been essentially wiped out and Luke has disappeared into exile as Yoda did in the past, to preserve his knowledge until the time is right. The power hungry Empire is now being run by new masters, a never ending line of those eager to assume control. We have stated that natural leaders will step forward in such times, and Rey and Finn exemplify this. There are role models aplenty in Star Wars, Awakens, which resonates with the times.