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ZetaTalk: Steps and Stages
Note: written on Jan 15, 1996
Individuals becoming aware of the alien presence go through predictable steps in their awakening process, though the pace or the intensity of a reaction may differ
- The first stage is denial, where in fact the majority of awakened mankind sits today. They may entertain the possibility that the alien presence is real, may
even loudly argue the possibility, and may be considered anything but a skeptic by those who know them, but these individuals are still holding close, in their
heart of hearts, to the supremacy and uniqueness of man. Their life has not changed, society functions as before, and thus the alien presence is considered
just a possibility.
- The second stage is unease, as circumstances in their personal life, or simple logic, erode their comfortable cocoon. They spend quiet moments pondering
what this might mean. They try on different scenarios and outcomes, to see how this feels. They long to find another who is at the same stage, but find almost
everyone else still discussing if the alien presence is real. This second stage is lonely, but as this individual is usually giving The Call almost incessantly, they
are having many conferences and this assuages their loneliness among humans to a great degree.
- The third stage is anticipation, as, sensing what lies ahead the individual is impatient to have the world around him, his human society, wake up. He now
views the rest of society, with their comfortable beliefs, as old fashioned and remarkably unobservant. He stops arguing about the alien presence, and begins
making quiet changes in his life. At this point he may encounter others who have the same quiet understanding and convictions, and such meetings form
groups that are the buds of a new, awakened, society. Individuals at this third stage might meet an alien or sight a ship and not experience undue anxiety.
They are ready, but are being held back by the needs of the rest of the populace.
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