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ZetaTalk: Supposed to Do
Note: written by Jul 15, 1995

When humans are given technological advice, or prepared in some manner for future possibilities, of having a role, they often have no conscious memory of this. Many contactees speak of having a vague sense that they are to do something, or that they have some special knowledge of how things work, outside of what they could have secured during the normal course of events. Why is this knowledge clouded? Would not matters unfold more effectively if the contactee was consciously aware of their role? There are many reasons why slumber is preferable.

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