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Today there were reports on both CNN and AP about a "cult-like group" that has "gone missing". CNN titled their first report "Police: 14 members of 'cult-like' group missing in California", and the AP report led off with "LOS ANGELES - Five adults and eight children from a "cult-like" group in Southern California were reported missing by their families Saturday, and the group left behind letters that they were awaiting "the Rapture or some other catastrophic event," a sheriff's official said." Both of these initial reports came in around midnight local time, so it appears that some time passed before these mainstream media organizations decided to make a big deal out of it. I was reminded of the media reports of the 'survival group' that had holed up in an Idaho national forest in time for the 'White Lie' date in May 2003 and was subsequently evicted. My first thought when I read the news reports of this morning was that these people may have prepared to survive the poleshift and, being that they were living with family members in denial, decided to do what many of us are planning on doing shortly, which is making haste to our 'safe spot'. My question for the zetas is, "Is the media making a proactive effort to minimize any potential panic in the population by emphasizing this story or similar ones (to indirectly paint Nancy and ZetaTalk as a 'cult' and thus intimidate other would-be survival groups), and what do the zetas foresee happening when more and more groups of people who are actually trying to heed their warning begin to leave the cities for their 'safe spots'?"
I think there are probably just as many people in the populace who are noticing the signs as are those who have followed ZT, who are deluding themselves into thinking the "Rapture" is just around the corner, or that the Antichrist is about to manifest, etc. I even took especial notice of a recent episode of The Simpson's that just aired in which Homer Simpson "got religion" and took to the streets with a sandwich board proclaiming "the end is near!", and convinces most of the town to take a bus out to a mesa in the desert to await the "Rapture". Naturally this was based on his interpretation of numerology in the bible, which is totally antithetical to the message of zetatalk, but the whole 'message' of the program was apparently to ridicule the idea that any 'End Times' are anything more than superstitious balderdash. [and from another] cult
1. a particular system of religious worship, esp. with reference to its rites and ceremonies.
2. an instance of great veneration of a person, ideal, or thing, esp. as manifested by a body of admirers: the physical fitness cult.
3. the object of such devotion.
4. a group or sect bound together by veneration of the same thing, person, ideal, etc.
5. Sociology . a group having a sacred ideology and a set of rites centering around their sacred symbols.
6. a religion or sect considered to be false, unorthodox, or extremist, with members often living outside of conventional society under the direction of a charismatic leader.
7. the members of such a religion or sect.
8. any system for treating human sickness that originated by a person usually claiming to have sole insight into the nature of disease, and that employs methods regarded as unorthodox or unscientific.
Cults have been forming since the beginning of mankind's history and are certainly not exclusive to those worrying about the end of the world. All religions are by definition cults. Rock group fans might be considered cult members except that the rock stars are not directing their lives, per se. Mormon families, where large extended families are under the close control of a few elders fit the definition of a cult. Certainly, ZetaTalk meets noneof the criteria. Do people worship Nancy or ourselves? We certainly do not encourage this any more than Mother Teresa encouraged people to worship her. When asked to direct people as to what steps they should take, hand holding as we call it, we refuse, pushing the decisions back onto those who should be making their own decisions. There are no rituals involved in reading or following ZetaTalk, any more than there are rituals involved in checking on new earthquakes at the USGS or watching the news on CNN. There it is, take it or leave it!
What has been happening is people reacting to Church lore about the Rapture, where people expect to be rescued based on dutiful attendance at church. There will be an immense increase in such settings as the Earth changes progress, where people gather in anticipation of instant and perhaps assisted Rapture. Since ZetaTalk advises sticking around for the worst of it and rolling up the sleeves to assist others, this does not align. If anything, other than highly Service-to-Other people, they will be trying to avoid our advice. Survival groups will not be under our control, a key requirement of cult formation, nor following our orders, which we refuse to give. They will be diverse, as diverse as each small business or each family or each association. This may be amovement, to prepare for catastrophe, with our advice being taken seriously, but it is not a cult.
ในคำตอบข้างบนนี้บ่งบอกลักษณะการทำงานชนิดไร้ตัวตน ไม่หวังผลจากการให้ใดๆทั้งสิ้น ให้คำแนะนำต่างๆที่มีผู้ถามมาแล้ว ส่วนผู้ฟังจะเชื่อหรือไม่เชื่อใช้หรือไม่ใช้ เป้นเรื่องของผู้ได้รับข้อมูล ไม่มีข้อแม้ใดๆสำหรับผู้ให้ข้อมูล ไม่ต่างกับได้รับข่าวจาก CNN นั่นเอง