ZetaTalk Newsletter as of April 5, 2020

Draft ZetaTalk Newsletter for Sunday April 5, 2020. Newsletters can be found in the Archives too, by Friday. (http://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/index.htm)

Mid-Summer Easing

The Zetas predicted on February 28 at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic explosion that it would “dramatically ease” by mid-Summer. If the annual flu season abates in Spring, why did the Zetas says it would be mid-Summer before it eased? I note that Trump also gave this time frame, saying July, at most into August. Humm, does he read ZetaTalk? Per the Zetas, this all has to do with the tilt of the Earth, the amount of rainfall, and the Daily Earth Wobble. The Zetas explain.

ZetaTalk Prediction 2/28/2020:
We predict that the Covid-19 will be dramatically eased by mid-Summer 2020, due to aggressive quarantined practices and the emergence of effective anti-virals and several new vaccines.

What is Ultraviolet Light?
Ultraviolet light is emitted by our Sun, however most of the mid and higher range wavelengths are blocked by ozone gas in our atmosphere. Solids suspended in the water will block UV light. The UV-B range is what causes sunburn on humans. UV water purifiers use the UV-C range because of its germicidal abilities. In this range the light will break molecular bonds in the DNA of viruses and bacteria, rendering them unable to reproduce and effectively killing them.

How Does UV Light Kill Bacteria?
UV-C light has a short wavelength of 100-280 nm and is an ultraviolet light that breaks apart derm DNA, leaving it unable to function or reproduce. In other words, UV-C light is germicidal (UV-A and UV-B light are not). UV-C can even neutralize 'superbugs' that have developed a resistance to antibiotics.

UV Radiation from the Sun Increases 'by a Factor of 10' by Summer and could be Key in Slowing COVID-19
March 24, 2020
Data compiled by AccuWeather of the ultraviolet energy received from the sun from Jan. 1, 2019, to the present is a reminder that substantial increases of UV rays have begun and will continue for the next several months. Ultraviolet radiation varies by a factor of 10 at the latitude of New York City from June to December.

ZetaTalk Explanation 3/31/2020:
On February 28 we predicted
that Covid-19 would be “dramatically eased by mid-Summer 2020” due in part to “effective anti-virals and several new vaccines”. In that vaccines typically take years to test and reach the point where they are being distributed and in that Covid-19 is exploding worldwide at the end of March, how could vaccines cause the dramatic easing we predicted? Vaccines must be in place prior to infection to be effective. Likewise with anti-virals, which can treat the sick to assist the immune system of those already sickened. Anti-virals do not prevent infection, thus would not have an effect on the numbers becoming infected.

It is known that the annual flu season eases as the Northern Hemisphere moves into Spring, into warm, humid weather. The mechanism for this is debated, with claims that increased rainfall cleans the air, or that the throat and nasal passages are more resistant to viral infections when the air is humid. Winter air is dry, both indoors and outdoors. But all is speculation and cannot be proven and the reason is simple. These theories are wrong. More intense sunlight bringing more UV rays is also presumed and is partially correct.

Covid-19 will be driven away, both indoors and outdoors, by the angle of sunlight caused by the changing tilt of the Earth. In Winter the N Pole of Earth is tilted away from direct sunlight, such that sunlight perforce arrives in the lower atmosphere at an angle. As the tilt of the Earth changes, moving into Spring and Summer, the angle of entry is more direct, straight down. This allows more UV rays to arrive intact, not diminished by water or dust in the atmosphere. This cleans the air in the lower atmosphere, which is drawn indoors by normal circulation patterns so that the virus dies out.

Why did we predict mid-Summer for a dramatic easing if the angle of sunlight will begin changing throughout Spring? The Daily Earth Wobble is a factor, swinging the higher latitudes South at times, or North at times. When the Sun is over the US the globe is pulled down such that US latitudes get more direct sunlight. When the Sun is over the Pacific the opposite happens, the Polar Push reduces direct sunlight in the Northern Hemisphere. For India through Europe the lean to the East and West provides a lower latitude. All this variability delays Covid-19’s demise.

In the meantime, what can the public do to reduce their chances of becoming infected? As with the seasonal flu, it can be transferred by touch. Thus the constant admonishment to wash hands frequently and not touch the face. If you go to the grocery store you are touching the cart handle, the items stocked recently by a stocking clerk, the checkout counter, the bags touched by the bagging clerk, and even the change in cash from the cashier.

The solution? Wear gloves, and discard any potentially infected surfaces touched by others when you get home. If using latex gloves, discard the glove too after your shopping trip. If getting home delivery or curb side delivery, stay 6 feet away from delivery clerks. Use gloves to bring any items into the house and let cardboard boxes sit for 24 hours before opening. Items inside bags or boxes can be assumed to be safe, after the requisite 3 day period. Set aside and age any cash received for the requisite time. And stop touching your face!


Based on the success that China and S Korea had with strict quarantines, the rest of the world is following their example. By early March Europe, particularly Italy and Spain, had become the epicenter. Reactions worldwide were forceful and unhesitating – lockdown. Travel, entertainment, gatherings, restaurants and bars, parties on the beach – all were forbidden. Europe was late to shut the party down, but tried to rectify that, albeit belatedly. The USA, particularly New York City appears to be on target to become the next epicenter.

'A mess in America': Why Asia now looks Safer than the U.S. in the Coronavirus Crisis
March 20, 2020
Singapore and other Asian nations have largely corralled their outbreaks while the virus roars across North America and Europe. Emerging outbreaks in India and Indonesia, huge populations where little testing has been done, now worry experts more than China and its immediate surroundings.

Nearly One Billion People Confined to Homes Globally to Curb Virus
March 21, 2020
Close to one billion people worldwide were confined to their homes on Saturday as the global coronavirus death toll shot past 11,000 and US states rolled out lockdown measures already imposed across swathes of Europe.

Thousands of French Citizens Ignore Quarantine as Cops Issue 39,000 Citations for Violating Lockdown
March 21, 2020
French law enforcers have slapped fines on tens of thousands of uncooperative citizens, less than a week after the government introduced restrictions on non-essential travel and business in an effort to combat Covid-19.

'Total Suspension of Individual Freedom': Inside Israel's Secret Coronavirus Debate
March 21, 2020
Israel’s public health services chief told an emergency meeting of lawmakers on an intelligence panel earlier this week that the key to eradicating the coronavirus pandemic relies on the enforcement of strict isolation measures, and the timing of introducing that policy.

Coronavirus: First British Arrest after Man Breaks Quarantine
March 20, 2020
Any new arrivals in the Isle of Man are required to self-isolate for 14 days even if they are not showing symptoms. Anyone who does not follow the rules could face a £10,000 fine or three months in jail.

Colombia to Hold 19-Day Quarantine to Fight Coronavirus
March 20, 2020
The quarantine in the country, which has 158 confirmed cases of the virus, will last for 19 days. It has not reported any deaths. Colombia's government has already said it will block incoming international flights and ordered people aged 70 and over to stay inside until the end of May.

Africa is Starting to Lock Out the World to Slow the Spread of Coronavirus on the Continent
March 16, 2020
In South Africa, amid rapidly rising rates of confirmed cases as well as evidence of transmission within the country, has canceled incoming flights from the worst affected countries including South Korea, Italy, Spain, the US and UK. 

Executive Orders Shut Down Texas to Slow COVID-19
March 19, 2020
The four orders serve to limit public gatherings and help reduce exposure for people across the state, barring all visitations at nursing homes and retirement or long-term care facilities except in the case of critical assistance.

New Madrid Pending

The bow in the North American Continent is under increasing stress but has not as yet snapped into the predicted New Madrid adjustment. At some point in the near future, the rock will no longer be able to resist, and the diagonal rip will occur, running up the New Madrid Fault Line along the Mississippi and thence eastward under the Seaway toward the New England states. We have been watching this drama since the collapse of the Hard Rock Hotel in New Orleans last October. In late February New Madrid related explosions were occurring in LA, in step with Gulf explosions.

Explosion Rocks Largest Oil Refinery Plant On West Coast
February 26, 2020
A massive explosion ripped through the largest oil refinery plant on the West Coast, sending giant fireballs into the sky, visible from 20 miles away. The refinery is the largest on the West Coast, processing upwards of 363,000 barrels per day. The plant processes crude to make gasoline and diesel fuel, along with distillates, petroleum coke, anode-grade coke, chemical-grade propylene, fuel-grade coke, heavy fuel oil, and propane. 

Refinery fire in Metro Los Angeles Controlled by Firefighters
February 26, 2020
Firefighters have controlled a fire at a large refinery in metro Los Angeles. The fire erupted at the Marathon Petroleum refinery in the city of Carson. Authorities could not immediately say what sparked the fire.

Gas Pipeline Rupture Injures 46, Forces 300 to Evacuate in Mississippi
February 24, 2020
More than 300 people were forced to evacuate and 46 were sent to the hospital after a gas pipeline ruptured in Mississippi. The pipeline was used by the company Denbury Enterprises to transport carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide for oilfield operations.

ZetaTalk Confirmation 2/28/2020:
The US coastline along the Gulf has experienced repeated explosions in its petrol plants during the last few months. Starting in October when the Hard Rock Hotel
in New Orleans collapsed, accompanied by a snapped water main break, the DOW explosions
near Baton Rouge in November, and explosions in a chemical plant
in Port Neches, Texas in December, a factory explosion
in Houston and booms in Mississippi in January, and then an ExxonMobil refinery
explosion in Baton Rouge in February. Now we have yet another gas line explosion in Mississippi and a seemingly unrelated refinery explosion in LA. It is not unrelated.

As we have stressed repeatedly, the N American continent is being pulled into a bow shape, with the center of this bow at San Diego, just below LA. All parts of the blow are under extreme stress, from the Aleutian Islands to the tip of Mexico. The center of the bow is under a compression stress, whereas the periphery of the bow at the East Coast is under a stretch. The New Madrid Fault Line is pulling apart at the Gulf, pulling refinery pipelines apart, and thus the explosions. Whether a stretch or a crunch during compression, these petrol pipelines will only continue to erupt in explosions.

Proving the Zeta words true, activity on the West Coast has picked up. Compare the earthquake activity along the West Coast states last November, 2019 (when we were awaiting the Christmas Hammer)
to earthquakes at present now in March. In November there were no quakes at all along the West Coast. Then by December the hammer dropped on the Aleutian Islands and the tip of Mexico, but still not along the West Coast.

Now in late mid- March we have quakes along the West Coast of the USA. And there was the atypical 5.7 quake in Salt Lake, Utah on the unbending and rigid salt flats. This area is not on a fault line nor plate border. What would cause such a quake? The bow compression is obviously under increasing stress.

5.7 Earthquake hits Salt Lake City Area
March 18, 2020
A magnitude 5.7 earthquake was reported at 6:09 a.m. Pacific time in Magna, Utah, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The earthquake occurred less than a mile from Salt Lake City.

Magnitude 5.7 Earthquake Hits Salt Lake City, Utah
March 19, 2020
Utah's Division of Emergency Management reported that since 1992 when a magnitude 5.9 hit the St. George area, this is the state's most powerful quake. 

Meanwhile the 7 of 10 plate movements are progressing, often silently. When the Pacific compresses these plate borders and fault lines are often deep underwater, where no seismographs exist. If a tree falls in a forest and there is no one to hear, does it make a sound? If a quake happens deep under the ocean waters, does it record as a quake? But the buoys, which are often deactivated to suppress public awareness of these plate movements, do register. Mr MBB333 reports
buoys going off for no reason. No quakes. 8,000 miles apart, but on the same latitude.

ZetaTalk Conclusion 3/31/2020:
The Atacama Trench just off the coast of Chile allows the Nazca Plate to sink under the S American Plate, and during the S American Roll on March 12 this created a mini-tsunami at Caldera, Chile. No earthquake was recorded because the plate adjustments were out under the ocean. This motion of the Nazca Plate eased pressure in the Pacific, allowing the Indo-Australian Plate to slide sideways into the Pacific by early March 13. Once again this was a silent adjustment because there was no compression involved, just the Indo-Australian Plate sliding into a void.

Victory Gardens

The lockdowns and supply chain disruptions should hopefully scare a lot of sleepy passive people into doing their own gardening. This has been the theme and push from this Pole Shift ning blog
on gardening for beginners. It’s spring. Spring rains make the soil moist and soft, and the weeds have not yet created a jungle. If necessary, turn over some sod in your lawn. Beets and Kale are both known super foods. You are likely to still find seeds in the stores, but for next year, save seed from this year’s crop. Get started!

How to Grow a Victory Garden
June 25, 2019
Victory gardens emerged during World Wars I and II as a way to minimize demand on an overburdened public food system. Citizens were encouraged to grow fruits and vegetables so that more of the foods coming from farms and processors could be shipped overseas to soldiers. Victory gardens are once again becoming popular. But this time, the goal is different. The new victory garden is all about self-reliance. It's about growing your own food so that you have control over how it is grown and how much you pay for it. It's about getting back to real food. Are you ready to plant a victory garden for you and your family?

16 Fast Growing Vegetables That Will Give You a Harvest Quickly
Would you like to grow a vegetable garden but feel like it just takes way too long? Well, the amazing thing is, it doesn’t have to. Instead, you can plant some faster-growing veggies and have some great fresh food options to choose from.

This Newsletter has been preaching self-sufficiency for years. From the example that Growing Power
has been for urban gardens to the survival groups
established in suburban settings, providing solid role models. Urban gardens can be established with a pile of soil and a package of red wiggler earthworms, and oh yes, the ever necessary seeds or starter plants. Lack seed? Use the rooting end of vegies, replanted, to grow seed stock.
Lack a garden plot? Use the land along city streets
to plant banana trees, as this enterprising gardener in LA did.

Chickens and goats
are highly recommended. Ever notice how they seem to be in every video taken in Third World countries? This is because they are lifesavers! Free ranging chickens scratch for bugs and are omnivores. Goats are the same, even eating poison ivy. They herd easily, and provide milk and meat. For those who do not start gardens or tend flocks and herds, the options may be few in the near future. Mother Nature
does provide, but if you’d rather have eggs than earthworms,
better start that garden and flock of chickens!

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Comment by Tracie Crespo on May 10, 2020 at 7:52pm


Tests show UVC lamps could light the way in virus fight

AFP  12 hrs ago

a laptop computer sitting on top of a stove: This photo taken on March 26, 2020 by Columbia University researcher Manuela Buonanno shows an experiment being conducted on the use of a special kind of ultraviolet rays against the coronavirus© Manuela Buonanno This photo taken on March 26, 2020 by Columbia University researcher Manuela Buonanno shows an experiment being conducted on the use of a special kind of ultraviolet rays against the coronavirus

Researchers at Columbia University have been working on such uses for years, and the current pandemic could confirm the value of their efforts.

UVC lamps have long been used to kill bacteria, viruses and molds, notably in hospitals and in the food-processing industry. As the coronavirus pandemic knocks world economies on their heels, this technology is experiencing a boom.

a man wearing a suit and tie: David Brenner, director of the Center for Radiological Research at Columbia University in New York, is seen in an undated photo provided by the university's medical center© - David Brenner, director of the Center for Radiological Research at Columbia University in New York, is seen in an undated photo provided by the university's medical center

But UVC (for Ultraviolet-C) rays are dangerous, causing skin cancer and eye problems, and can be used only when no one is present. 

The New York subway system, following the example of Chinese subways, plans to use ultraviolet lamps to disinfect its trains, but only during nighttime closures.

A team at Columbia's Center for Radiological Research is experimenting with so-called far-UVC, rays whose wavelength of 222 nanometers makes them safe for humans but still lethal to viruses, the center's director, David Brenner, told AFP.

A model of a far-UVC lamp, the Care222, produced by the American subsidiary of the Japanese company Ushio, which provided the photo; far-UVC rays are being tested for their ability to kill the coronavirus© Handout A model of a far-UVC lamp, the Care222, produced by the American subsidiary of the Japanese company Ushio, which provided the photo; far-UVC rays are being tested for their ability to kill the coronavirus

At those frequencies, he explained, the rays cannot penetrate the surface of the skin nor of the eye. 

That means they could be used in closed and crowded spaces where contamination risks run high, with potentially huge promise for use during the current pandemic. 

In late April, President Donald Trump offered confusing remarks about somehow projecting ultraviolet rays into people's bodies to kill the coronavirus. 

He appeared to be inspired by federal research on the effects of natural light on the virus -- but natural light has no UVC rays.

In 2013, the Columbia team began studying the effectiveness of far-UVC against drug-resistant bacteria. It next examined the rays' use against viruses, including the flu virus. Only recently did it turn its attention to the coronavirus. 

"We were thinking, how can we apply what we are doing to the current situation," Brenner said.

But to test the impact of UVC on the extremely contagious coronavirus, the team had to move its equipment into a highly bio-secure laboratory at Columbia.

Experiments carried out starting "three-four weeks ago," Brenner said, have already made clear that UVC rays destroy the virus on surfaces within minutes. 

The team next plans to test the lamps on viruses suspended in the air, as when an infected person coughs or sneezes. 

In parallel, tests are being conducted to confirm that these rays are harmless to humans. 

For 40 weeks now, the lab has exposed mice to far-UVC rays for "eight hours a day, five days a week, at intensities 20 times higher than we might think of using with humans."

The results?

After testing the rodents' eyes and skin, "we have found absolutely nothing; the mice are very happy -- and very cute as well," Brenner said.

The experiment is set to continue for 20 more weeks. 

The findings cannot be fully validated by the scientific community until all remaining steps have been taken, even if the team has already submitted its preliminary results to the journal Nature.

- 'The world has changed' -

But the pressure to reopen the world's economies has become so enormous that factories are accelerating their production of ultraviolet lamps without waiting. 

"We really need something in situations like offices, restaurants, airplanes, hospitals," Brenner said.

If UVC lamps have already been in commercial use for two or three years -- notably in the diamond industry, where they can be used to distinguish artificial from real gems -- potential clients are now legion, say companies producing them.

"We felt for a long time this is a great application for this technology," said John Yerger, the CEO of Eden Park Illumination, a small producer based in Champaign, Illinois.

But with the pandemic, "the world has changed a lot in the last three months," he added. 

And the US Food and Drug Administration has relaxed its regulation of tools or agents that can be used for disinfection, encouraging manufacturers to find a solution.

"There will be thousands and thousands of these things (UVC lamps) for sure," Yerger said. "The question is, will it be millions?"

"What we are seeing is a tremendous amount of customer interest" to produce lamps for airlines, cruise ships, restaurants, movie theaters and schools, said Shinji Kameda, chief operations officer in the US for Ushio, a Japanese manufacturer.

Production of its 222-nanometer lamps, sold for $500 to $800 and already used in some Japanese hospitals, will be stepped up in October, he said.

In the meantime, Brenner said he has been losing sleep.

"I spend nights thinking -- if this far-UVC project had started one or two years earlier, maybe we could have prevented the COVID-19 crisis," he said.

"Not completely, but maybe we could have prevented it being a pandemic."

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