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The Oracle Report | Monday, April 27, 2015

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The Oracle Report – Monday, April 27, 2015

“Paradise Found (Or The Second Renaissance Descends)” -Aries 2015 Lunar Month April 18-May 16, 2015



Monday, April 27, 2015

First Quarter Moon Phase: step out, take action

Moon in Leo/Virgo(9:07 pm ET/01:07 am UT Tuesday)

Goddess of Wisdom:Chinnamasta (Goddess Who Expands The Mind)

God of Will: Ian (God of the East)

Skill: see what is missing or needed and direct time, energy, and resources to it

True Alignment:excitement, messages, things falling into place, opening up space for things to move, adjusting an improvising, peace, principles of the sacred feminine, reflection, ancient wisdom, putting things in a better order or organization, being able to recognize patterns of the future

Catalysts for Change: wasting energy on things/beliefs that are not important or true, mood swings, forcing things forward without taking a look at the situation, interruptions and technical difficulties, peskiness, feeling unsupported, not comprehending, things that are almost incomprehensible due to their depravity, rushing around, demanding needs be met right now, dictating

Sabian Symbol for the Lunar Month/Astrological Year:“the music of the spheres”

The descent of the Second Renaissance continues, with rivulets of clarity, inspiration, and motivation. What is streaming its way to you today?

Surges of energy from a magnetic filament that has been dancing for five days on the Sun are churning and whirling. Wild solar activity produces wild earth activity.

The effects are tectonic, in many ways. The ground shakes as it did in Nepal over the weekend. Napping volcanoes like Calbuco in Chile are spewing awake.

The effects are tectonic on us, too. Blockages (miasms) in the body are responding to the new energetics (the field of consciousness that is the fifth dimension) causing system/cell failures. Mental imbalance is causing people to “lose it” a little or a lot.

All of this is happening rapidly.

To maintain equilibrium, wise owls adapt within the energetics. One of the ways to do this is to open up to what is falling into your mind and falling in front of your path. In the fifth dimension of consciousness, the information field or source field is full and fertile and ripe and ready for us to extract and insert whatever we need and want. The adaptation (or mutation) that we are developing comes from the gradual recognition that the world around us – the dreaming of Gaia Sophia – is responding to us.

You can start testing this for yourself. Send out a mental request and see what comes back.

In the old world, today’s energetic of the Sabian symbol for the degree of the position of the Sun, “a sleigh without snow,” would have meant that it was hard to get things going – not enough fuel being available. In the new world, we jump above that conundrum by recognizing that a sleigh can be powered by things other than snow.

We can also imagine a snowstorm (of creativity?) directed in a way that brings energy/fuel to rectify the situation. The energetics don’t stop us; we can morph them so that they are more functional. In the new world, we say snow is missing and needed, so we tap the information field around us to “create” what’s missing. Fuel is missing from the situation, so we imagine it to create it. We can whip up a snowstorm in consciousness to get things moving forward. The act of doing this automatically prompts the mind to think about how the situation can be resolved because powerful mental energy is being directed toward it. Energy goes where attention flows. Then it becomes reflected in the “real world.”

Our minds are being opened and expanded in concrete ways that we’ve never experienced. Information, knowledge, guidance, opportunity, and wisdom are streaming around us, ready for us to tap into it. It’s a playful experience, best tuned into by releasing the need to control and embracing the real science of co-creation with Spirit. See what’s missing in situations and then imagine what would fix it. What is the universe streaming your way?

(Note: I will be Phoenix’s guest tomorrow, Tuesday, April 28 at 10 pm – midnight ET/ 7-9 pm PT on Phoenix Rising Radio to discuss the latest. Hope you can join us!)

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Truthout Daily Digest | Monday, 27 April 2015

Suicide on the Great Sioux Nation

Jason Coppola, Truthout: A suicide state of emergency has been declared on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. The Lakota Nation is coming together to deal with historical trauma, and find strength and hope for their youth.

Read the Article and View the Photos

Now Is the Time for the Progressive Movement to Win

Leslie Thatcher, Truthout: Salvatore Babones talks with Truthout about his new book, the significance of social science in formulating social and economic policy and the urgent need for new and different US policies for everything from employment to education to health care.

Read the Interview

New York Airport Workers Strike, Telling Management “Poverty Wages Don’t Fly”

Matt Surrusco, Truthout: Airport baggage handlers and wheelchair attendants calling for higher wages, more affordable benefits and union representation rallied outside LaGuardia Airport on Thursday, accompanied by labor organizers and members of the union they hope to join.

Read the Article and View the Photos

Confronting Brunch

Peter Frase, Truthout: When Black Lives Matter protesters chose to interrupt the comfortable Sunday tradition of brunch by reading aloud the names of police-murdered Black men to restaurant-goers, it opened the door to a serious analysis of this curious culinary phenomenon.

Read the Article

Vermont Activists Battle Democratic Governor for Single-Payer Health Care

Steve Early, In These Times: Bitter recriminations over Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin’s health care retreat have morphed into broader controversies about workers’ rights, contract concessions and a state austerity budget.

Read the Article

Food Stamps Are Worth Double at These Michigan Farmers Markets – Helping Families and Local Businesses

Araz Hachadourian, YES! Magazine: The USDA is putting $31 million behind a program that helps low-income families take home twice the veggies, and local farmers make twice the money.

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The Glyphosate Saga and “Independent Scientific Advice,” According to Germany, the UK and France

Staff, Corporate Europe Observatory: Germany is charged by the EU with the safety review of glyphosate, yet three scientists sitting on its scientific panel on pesticides are employees of BASF and Bayer, two major pesticides producers. Meanwhile, the UK has simply privatized its governmental Food and Environment Research Agency.

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Crisis, Opportunity and Climate Austerity in Drought-Stricken California

Kate Aronoff, Waging Nonviolence: The drought problem California is facing is a microcosm of sorts for climate change itself, and all the more reason why adequately confronting it has implications well beyond the state’s borders.

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To Defend the Environment, Support Social Movements Like Berta Caceres and COPINH

Jeff Conant, Inter Press Service: If the world is going to reduce the destructive environmental and social impacts that too often accompany economic development, we need to do all we can to recognize and support the peasant farmers, Indigenous Peoples and social movements that put their lives on the line to stem the tide of destruction.

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PETA’s Cruel and Unusual Crush

Jill Richardson, OtherWords: Joe Arpaio, the hardline anti-immigrant sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona, prides himself on making jail a miserable place to be. Why would PETA ever pal around with this guy? Because Arpaio took meat off his prisoners’ menu.

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Memories of Galeano’s Fire: My Afternoon With the Late Uruguayan Writer

Danny Postel, Pulse Media: “My heart has been heavy since learning over the weekend of the death of the radical and marvelously lyrical Uruguayan writer Eduardo Galeano, whom I had the enormous pleasure of meeting some 20 years ago,” the author writes in this tribute to the late Galeano.

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This week in Speakout:

Dean Baker highlights The Washington Post’s message to readers that the elite “will lie, cheat and steal to pass their trade deals”; Jesse Hagopian spotlights Garfield High School teacher Heather Robison’s conscientious test objector declaration; Tom H. Hastingsreflects on Earth Day as a holiday with an agenda; Jack A. Smith remembers the earthshaking lesson the United States experienced in Vietnam; Stacy Malkan examines how the media fell for a GMO front group attack; Matt Peppe explains why Cuba won’t extradite Assata Shakur; Brian Terrell celebrates how activists are making history and building a future in the Nevada desert; James Dorsey reports on Israel’s racism-related soccer woes; David Swanson analyzes the “gradual injustice” of drone warfare; Evaggelos Vallianatos memorializes Audrey Moore’s battle against the carcinogens that ultimately killed her; and more.

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The BuzzFlash commentary will return soon.

Nepal Terrorized by Aftershocks That Stymie Relief Efforts

Read the Article at The New York Times

Dallas Cops Killed a Man Within Seconds of Arriving at His Door; They Won’t Face Criminal Charges

Read the Article at ThinkProgress

“Freddie Gray Was Me”: Frustration With Police Simmers After Death in Baltimore

Read the Article at The Guardian

Declassified: Report on NSA Surveillance Flares Up Battle for Privacy

Read the Article at RT

Federal Appeals Court Dismisses Lawsuit in Border Patrol Shooting of Mexican Teen

Read the Article at El Paso Times

For-Profit Corinthian Colleges to Shut Down More Than Two Dozen Remaining Schools

Read the Article at the Los Angeles Times

Glenn Greenwald: The Key War on Terror Propaganda Tool – Only Western Victims Are Acknowledged

Read the Article at The Intercept

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Truthout Daily Digest | Sunday, 26 April 2015

Indigenous People Occupy Brazil’s Legislature, Protesting Bill’s Violation of Land Rights

Santiago Navarro F. and Renata Bessi, Truthout: Indigenous people from across Brazil recently occupied space in front of the country’s legislature, protesting a proposed constitutional amendment that would transfer the decision-making power to demarcate indigenous territories to Brazil’s legislature, which protesters fear could lead to corporate land grabs.

Read the Article and View the Photos

Racial Inequality and the Economics of Social Justice

Max Eternity, Truthout: Markers of economic and social inequality abound, so it should come as no surprise that US institutions are ripe with racial injustice, including the extrajudicial killing of Black men by police.

Read the Article

John and Harriet: Still Mysterious

Cass Sunstein, The New York Review of Books: Mill and Hayek help to define the liberal tradition, but in both temperament and orientation, they could not be further apart. Mill was in some ways a radical. Hayek was not exactly a conservative, but he generally venerated traditions and long-standing practices.

Read the Book Review

The TPP: Toward Absolutist Capitalism

Lambert Strether, Naked Capitalism: The Trans-Pacific Partnership implies a form of absolute rule and enshrines capitalization as a principle of jurisprudence. The threat against sovereignty is an issue where the grassroots on left and right can unite.

Read the Article

Clinton’s Weak Campaign Finance “Pillar”

Rob Hager, Truthout: Hillary Clinton’s campaign finance soundbite stirred attention, but disclosure of money in politics and constitutional amendment advocacy are well-worn diversions from the strategies needed to overcome plutocracy.

Read the Article

$1.7 Billion Needed to Improve Ebola-hit Countries’ Health Care, Says Oxfam

Valentina Ieri, Inter Press Service: Oxfam urges the international community to invest in stronger public services, and to help local people to recover from the immediate psychological, social and economic impacts left by the disease.

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We’re All in This Together – Let’s Start Acting Like It

David Doody, Ensia: As we exacerbate extreme weather, plasticize and acidify oceans, clear-cut forests, pollute the air, destroy biodiversity, deplete and pollute water and more, we fail to ensure the continuation of the systems that make vibrant and healthy lives for future generations possible.

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Where’s the Justice for Glenn Ford?

Lily Hughes, Socialist Worker: The state of Louisiana stole 30 years of Glenn Ford’s life, and released him from prison with just $20 in his pocket. Now the state is fighting a measly compensation of a little over $300,000 to Ford.

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Free the Buses: Riders Say Transit Is a Human Right

Amy Roe, Equal Voices: On March 1, King County, Washington, made international headlines when it introduced a reduced fare for low-income people. The transit movement is one response to the “affordability gap” – a growing chasm between what workers are paid and what it costs to get to work.

Read the Article

Official Leaks: “These Senior People Do Whatever They Want”

Marcy Wheeler, Expose Facts: CIA Director Leon Panetta decided to partner with Hollywood to write a selective version of the hunt for Osama bin Laden, and the rest of the CIA and DOD had to fall in line, going so far as exposing some of the SEAL team members’ identities.

Read the Article

Does Fast Track Supporter Earl Blumenauer Also Support Israeli Settlements?

Robert Naiman, Truthout: Oregon Representative Earl Blumenauer – who has been endorsed by J Street, spoke at the J Street conference and has been praised by J Street Portland for his support of the two-state solution, is apparently also a “Two-Stater In Name Only.”

Read the Article


The BuzzFlash commentary will return soon.

Nepal Earthquake: Death Toll Exceeds 900

Read the Article at The Guardian

Two Huge Magma Chambers Spied Beneath Yellowstone National Park

Read the Article at Science News

Eight States Dealing With Huge Increases in Fracking Earthquakes

Read the Article at EcoWatch

In Stealth Move, Congress Backs Israeli Right’s War on Settlement Boycotts

Read the Article at Forward

World Group Seeks Ban on Uranium and Nuclear Power

Read the Article at Climate News Network

The Surprise Issue of the 2016 Election?

Read the Article at Campaign for America’s Future

European Officials May Be Pushing a Regime Change in Greece

Read the Article at Al Jazeera America

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The Oracle Report | Saturday, April 25 – Sunday, April 26, 2015



The Oracle Report – Saturday, April 25 – Sunday, April 26, 2015

“Paradise Found (Or The Second Renaissance Descends)” -Aries 2015 Lunar Month April 18-May 16, 2015



Saturday, April 25 – Sunday, April 26, 2015

First Quarter Moon Phase: step out, take action

Moon in Leo

Goddess of Wisdom:Chinnamasta (Goddess Who Expands The Mind)

God of Will: Ian (God of the East)

Skill: Saturday: take a leap of faith Sunday: tap and adapt (tap into something cosmic so that you can adapt to the changing environment)

True Alignment:transcending something, recognizing the talents of others and self, studying something in-depth, sharpening ability to discern, allowing, bringing new things to the field of consciousness

Catalysts for Change: resisting the truth, seeking answers outside of yourself when the answer is inside yourself, greed, unprepared, following without thinking, avoiding asking for help, holding on to illusions

Sabian Symbol for the Lunar Month:“the music of the spheres”

The expansion into the fifth dimensional level of conscious that accompanied the New Moon a week ago – the New Moon that signaled the beginning of a new era for humanity – is taken to a new level this weekend.

I discuss this more in the audio “Paradise Found or The Second Renaissance Descends” (located on the homepage of oraclereport.com) which is an overview of this lunar month and a commentary on a wider dynamic in operation.

On Saturday, solutions to problems or questions emerge. The energy facilitates bridging across things that divide (and potentially conquer) us. We overcome gaps that separate. We make connections in how we think, agree, and resonate. This is especially true for bridging away from fear. Things that have haunted or daunted us come to a new level of resolution.

To reach these solutions, it may be necessary to take a leap of faith – a big one. In fact, the bigger the leap of faith (the scarier something is, the greater the gulf between you and something, someone or an idea, the harder something is to face) the better. Great strides in personal understanding translate into great strides in consciousness. “Know yourself, know the universe” is strongly in effect.

Finding inner peace creates universal peace. Finding inner connection creates universal connection, and so forth.

On Sunday, the energies “go deep” and in turn we tap into something that feeds our souls and enables us to adapt and cope in better or more efficient ways. We may find ourselves plunging or diving into something with gusto. This energy wants to help us find things that help us. It wants to help us empower ourselves. It wants to help us feel better so that we can begin to understand, appreciate, andexperience a better life and world. By tapping into this “re-Source” we find that we have new adaptations of consciousness. Tap and adapt. Connect and re-create. This is the way life is in 5D. How wonderful.

Friday’s wisdom about resistance morphs into answers and adaptations this weekend. The expansion of this, as well as an unlimited variety of other things, is proffered by Jupiter moving to the 14th degree of Leo and the Sabian symbol “cherub-like, a human soul whispers, seeking to manifest” and Mars moves to 19th degree of Taurus and the Sabian symbol “a new continent rising out of the ocean.” How divine.

As always, snap a photograph when something of beauty catches your eye so that we can all partake!

A couple of notes:

For a couple of months, I’ve been detailing the potential for re-set of currencies and economics during the Libra lunar cycle of this year, October 12 – November 10, 2015. You can follow the latest on this atand tune in Tuesday, April 28 at 10 pm ET to Phoenix Rising Radio when I will be Phoenix’s guest discuss this, other topics, and take calls. Hope you can join us!

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On the Road, Again……


Thank you Cindy! I feel so lucky and grateful to live in such a beautiful place. Your talent in capturing nature’s wonders on film is such a blessing! Have a fun and safe journey.

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We are in Florida preparing to cross the Atlantic enroute to Europe and then on to a self driving safari in South Africa.
I thought you’d like to see some amazing flora & fauna we saw in Florida!
Pretty amazing critters!
We will be subject to intermittent and dicey internet for the next two weeks while at sea,
so it will be impossible to follow your blogs.
I will check in when I can and try to fire off a pic or two of events enroute.
Uploading and editing are impossible,

so posts go “as is!”
Will touch base when I can.
Be well and,

cheers to you from the beautiful flora and fauna in Ft. Lauderdale and The Butterfly World!

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A Day to Celebrate the Amazing FROG


Thank you Feygirl! I didn’t know about save the frogs day but what a great idea! I miss the frogs that used to be ubiquitous in my neighborhood. I hope as more people become aware of the unpleasant side effects of their outdoor chemical usage, the frog populations will return to neighborhoods like mine.

Originally posted on Serenity Spell:

Love the animals, love the plants, love everything. If you love everything, you will perceive the divine mystery in things. Once you perceive it, you will begin to comprehend it better everyday. And you will come to love the whole world with an all-embracing love. -Fyodor Dostoyevsky

I recently posted lots of amazing facts about our wonderful but endangered FROGS (See “Protecting the Prince”), but… April 25 is Save the Frogs DAY.

A Green frog enjoys the pond at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens A Green frog enjoys the pond at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens

Frogs are amphibians, a word which comes from the Greek meaning “both lives” — they live in the worlds of water and land. Frogs continue to be seen as an indicator species, providing scientists with valuable insight into how an ecosystem is functioning. Because they are both predators and prey, many animals are affected by them — giving further insight into the health of an…

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Earth Day: What BP and TEPCO Don’t Want You to Know

Earth Day: What BP and TEPCO Don’t Want You to Know


aaaDeepWater(Photo: Louisiana GOHSEP)The Tragic Consequences: BP Five Years Later…

On my way home from the market, I happened to tune in to an interview on a program that airs on our NPR station called Making Contact. The topic of discussion was titledBP Five Years Later: Deepwater Horizon and the Cost of Oil…

Journalists, scientists and residents were interviewed about how BP’s Deep Horizon, (“Deep” is a reference to offshore deepwater drilling) that exploded into raging flames on April 20th 2010, the largest and most devastating oil catastrophe in history, created a crisis of Biblical proportions. Beneath the Gulf’s seafloor is one of the most dangerous places to drill. BP has done more to establish that fact than any other oil company.

The blowout literally transformed an ocean that was teeming with life into a toxic, dead zone. BP is not the only oil company to blame. The oil industry, with the help of their paid-off political officials, has committed egregious crimes of pollution, and irreparable damage with their oil pipes and spills to rich habitats, pelican and turtle sanctuaries, marshes, wetlands and coastal ecosystems since the 1930s. But BP’s blowout was by far the last deadly nail to the Gulf’s coffin.

Layers of oil, like a huge bathtub ring, have settled on the seafloor, the size of Rhode Island, with no signs of recovery. This thick blanket of oil has prevented regeneration of life that begins at the most basic level of the Gulf’s ecology, such as plankton—minute plants and animals that are the foundation of the ocean’s food chain. The plankton cannot survive as waters become hypoxic i.e. depleted of oxygen due to microbes digesting oil and methane gas. Once the foundation of the food chain is contaminated, nothing can survive.

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