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ZetaTalk: GLP Live [1-30-2010]

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    ZetaTalk: GLP Live [1-30-2010] Page1, Page2, Page3, Page4 : Radar Circles, NASA cover-up, Stray Moons, Aurora parachute, Saturn hexagon, Netherland tides,
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      ZetaTalk: GLP Live [1-30-2010]
      Page1, Page2, Page3, Page4 : Radar Circles, NASA cover-up, Stray Moons, Aurora parachute, Saturn hexagon, Netherland tides, Sterligoff farms, Annunaki encounters, Planet X visibility, GH Bush pleas, Passage timing, Zeta attitude, Boehner's chief-of-staff, Moon Swirls, Subconscious contact, NASA clueless, N American quakes, Obama confrontational, Economy, STS worlds, Zetas age, Tinnitus, Aftertime axis, Sun's binary, 7 on 1-10 scale, Yellowstone, Planet X during passage, Dark Twin, Obama/GOP debate, Atlantis repeat, Newfoundland missiles, Fear mongering, Annunaki crossbreeding, Planet X location, The Call, New Madrid timeline, Contactee counseling, Directives, Serpentine crop circles, Free energy, Planet X visibility, Planet X certainty, Steadman's 2002 image, Child suicides, Planet X as eclipse, Humane definition, Starchild skull, Chemtrails, Anaesthesia vs sleep, Homo sapien demise, Slaughter houses, Nuclear pollution

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      [Questioner]  The usual definition for "humane" is "marked by compassion, sympathy, or consideration for humans and animals, especially for the suffering or distressed." The word humane has always been applied by humans about humans. The various groups of non-humans, who are presently working for the benefit of mankind, certainly fit the definition. Is there a word or phrase that humans could use to describe this compassion and sympathy on a greater scale?
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      [Zeta Response]   We think the Humane Society would take exception with your description.
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      [Questioner]  While doing some research on animal rights around the world, I ran across a video of the happenings in a slaughter house in the mid-East. From the moment the animals arrived in trucks, at which point they were just pushed out onto the ground below, it was evident that none of the workers felt the slightest empathy or compassion. In fact, one worker went out of his way to cause suffering and fear in the animals he dealt with. The look on his face still haunts me. It appeared to be a combination of anger and pleasure as he stabbed the animal repeatedly, even after he cut its throat. Are certain individuals drawn to this sort of experience? Does working in any slaughter house change an individual?
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      [Zeta Response]   It is not the slaughter house that changes an individual. It is the individual choosing to work in this environment, where such opportunities exist.
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      The ZetaTalk Newsletter  
      Issue170, Sunday Jan 31, 2010 NASA Cover-up; Radar Circles; S America Roll
      <http://zetatalk.com/newsletr/issue170.htm>
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