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The ZetaTalk message, being unpopular with the establishment, who does not want the populace alerted to an inbound threat, has been forged, illegally, on the Usenets in 2002. Forging postings is an illegal act.

The owners of the SkepticalMind web site presented themselves on the web as ZetaTalk in 2002. Forging postings is an illegal act, and since ZetaTalk is protected under a Trademark, this is frankly illegal from this standpoint. Their ZetaTalk.NET and ZetaTalk.ORG sites are mirrors of the SkepticalMind.COM/zetatalk.html web site, and announced during a chat the intention of providing ZetaTalk email addressed to debunkers. As of 2013 the SkepticalMind website had been abandoned and the .NET extension secured by Nancy Lieder. No more mischief. 

Going into 2003 an attempt to steal the ZetaTalk message was made by Mark Hazelwood, who was hosted on Coast-to-Coast several times. When asked how he came by the information, Mark said he "had a vision" but could not predict with accuracy nor predict at all, thus fell by the wayside. Later Chris Tomas Wakefield tried to take charge claiming he was helping the public decipher the Safe Locations information provided by the Zetas. Chris pronounced the year 2023 as the year when the Pole Shift would happen, but as this year approached, Chris suddenly disappeared. Per the Zetas, this was a CIA gamibit to take control of the ZetaTalk message. 

Going into 2012 the .ORG extension was used to imply that Nancy Lieder and the ZetaTalk site were among those predicting that December 21, 2012 was the End Times date. It was made abundantly clear on the ZetaTalk website, this was not the case. (See "2012 Revisited" in the December 11, 2011 newsletter.) After this false date came and went, the .ORG was put on the market for $280. It had been used to denigrate the ZetaTalk message, promote the Bible, and sell cars! Hardly what ZetaTalk would espouse. A ZetaTalk fan quickly grabbed the .ORG extension. No more mischief!

Beyond these intentional forgeries, there is the action of a computer virus to Spoof.

In 2004 Nancy was posting on the GodlikeProduction Message Board, whereupon several other Nancy Lieder's sprang up to claim legitimacy, even conducting Private Messaging under the name of Nancy Lieder of ZetaTalk. Below, examples of the frauds. Queen Amidala of the Naboo (at right) is the true avatar of Nancy Lieder, a registered name.

Nancy Liederâ„¢
Nancy Lieder

Just prior to Obama's announcement admitting the presence of Nibiru, aka Planet X in the inner solar system, a sudden surge in interest in domains that would be associated with the ZetaTalk.COM website or its valid mirror sites occurred. At least two inquiries from China registrars occurred on May 23 and May 25, 2013, seeking the rights to such extensions for China, Japan, and Hong Kong. The companies seeking control of these domains were clearly interested in selling goods to ride the coattails of a surge in interest in ZetaTalk material. I, Nancy, promptly secured all domain extensions that were within budget and reach. Unless an extension is an exact copy of the ZetaTalk.COM website, as the official Mirror Sites or hosted documents are, and are listed on the Mirror Sites page as official sites of ZetaTalk material, they should be considered illegitimate.