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ZetaTalk: Lights in the Sky
written Oct 25, 2004

Strange beams of light are being observed in the midwest and Canada. The National Weather Service theorized that the lights were moonbeams shining through the clouds. According to the National Weather Service, it was clear at the time of the incident.
An unidentified flying object (UFO) or a divine sign were just two of the explanations residents of South Trinidad were last night speculating on after a mysterious red beam of light appeared in the sky. The vertical red line, according to some eye-witnesses, was noticed shortly after nightfall.
On Wednesday morning September 22nd, 2004 a caller rang the WTAM morning show, Wills and Coleman in the Morning, to report the sightings of strange colors in the sky. Other callers reported seeing the same thing while others tried to describe and/or explain the image. Photos from the North Olmsted Police.

We have gone on record, at the start of ZetaTalk in 1995, with the statement that Sightings will be on the increase, including solid photographic evidence. Would photos from the North Olmsted police videos qualify? We have stated that Mass Sightings, involving large groups of people, would likewise be on the increase. That this has almost become the norm is now obvious from reports. Why are lights in the sky most often the introduction, the initiation route, informing anxious humans that there is more to life than the dreary drudgery of their day-to-day, more to anticipate than an aging body and a burden of bills that seem to become ever heavier, more to control events around the world than a few power mad politicians or heavy handed dictators. Man is Not Alone and his small world is about to burst into the arena of introductions to life from other worlds like a child dragged from a dark closet into a well lit room engaged in a riotous party. Lights in the sky are the introductory mode because they invariable represent, to the common man, a distance, a safety barrier from intrusion into their quiet life crawling about on the surface of their world. Lights are stars or planets, afar and immutable, or meteors passing, not aiming at anyone, or airplanes or satellites quite disinterested in those they pass over, so observing unusual lights in the sky does not at first glance incite terror. This rapid increase in mass sightings and photographic proof, at this time, has a purpose, as man is about to have his world torn apart by the coming pole shift, and as we have stated, the helping hands extended at that time, to those practicing the Golden Rule and thus firmly in the Service-to-Other orientation, may not in fact be hands. Fear not, you've gotten used to the idea. Remember all those lights in the sky?