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The Oracle Report – Daily Energetic Analysis During the Time of Enlightenment, January 28, 2013

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Full Moon Phase – Moon in Leo/Virgo

Ruling Mahavidya: Matangi

A values assessment is underway today, contributing to this Moon phases undercurrent of bringing awareness and understanding. We are blessed with the vast range that came in along with it (it seemed surreal).

But all of this needs to sink in. Everything that has happened since the New Moon phase needs to be considered. But we need to step back from any pressure that we are putting on ourselves about anything. Today continues to soothe hurts or fears or make things more efficient and valuable in the ways that are important. Its an interesting combination one that we dont see often.

(Note for astrologers: I am referring to the Moon phase not New Moon. Moon phases occur over days the energy is more fluid in this method. Its more of a dance than an equation. This site is not about exactitudes. I think that exactitudes are debatable now since we dont know exactly where in the sky or in what form/property Sophia is operating from. Its multi-dimensional for sure. But I have no desire whatsoever to debate it. That would be a a diversion and it would be divisive. There is room for all when we are singular in our love for Sophia – all ways are invited.)

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I have posted a lot on IdleNoMore going on all over, but it is so heartening to see a full article on this action right here in Florida. I agree there is nothing to “celebrate” about any of the Spanish invaders(I see by the dead endangered species in the photo that the attitude of the 1% in Spain hasn’t changed much- Indignados may be helping them with that very soon tho!!;-)
“Idle No More activities will not stop until we reach our two goals: Indigenous sovereignty (Nation to Nation relationship) and protection of the land and water (social and environmental Sustainability). Once we reach these goals, we will continue to work to protect them. In essence, Idle No More is here to stay.”

See you in the streets!

Earth First! Newswire

“As the Berlin Wall came down, so can Castillo de San Marcos.” 

UUWS FloridaWhile actions pop off across world declaring solidarity with with Idle No More movement which began in Canada, activists with the American Indian Movement and United Urban Warrior Society of Florida, Everglades Earth First! and others organizing the “Do Something Right for Once” campaign, plan to shut down the Castillo de San Marcos today in St. Augustine.

The invitation reads: “3:00 P.M. – Meet at Castillo de San Marcos near the entrance to the fort and prison close to the ticket both. Look for “Do Something Right for Once” sign.”

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Thank you for posting this! The more we relocalize the better off we will all be, for all the reasons stated in the article and because if don’t encourage local food production, it won’t be there when the far away stuff stops showing up;-)

Find a Farmers’ Market near you

The USDA directory is available at http://farmersmarkets.usda.gov/

http://www.localharvest.org/farmers-markets/

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By Dr. Edward Group for Wake Up World

Which of these two scenarios sounds more vibrant for overall quality of life and health?

The wind on your face, the sun on your skin, you talk with a local farmer about the size and taste of this year’s harvest of peaches, as you pop a slice in your mouth. After tasting several different varieties, you choose your favorite one, walking away with a great memory of the farmer in your mind.

Or…

You stand shivering in the freezer section at your local mega-mart, your eyes begin to glaze over from the halogen lights and the neon-colored cardboard boxes containing substances claimed to be food products? You decide on the one with the least amount of additives and make your way to the self-check-out line, excited to get in your car and out of the supermarket.

Clearly, most of us would agree…

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s much as I love music, and writing, poetry often leaves me bored. Not this! Very inspiring and fun to read. Click it, and read the whole thing-I know you want to!;-)

Decolonization

by Rita Wong

last year, i never imagined we would be

 

round dancing in Glenmore Landing

round dancing in Chinook Centre

round dancing in Olympic Plaza

round dancing in Metrotown

round dancing in West Edmonton Mall

round dancing outside the Cayuga courthouse

round dancing on Akwesasne

round dancing on Strombo

 

huychexa!

mahsi cho!

welalin!

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The Vision of IDLE NO MORE revolves around Indigenous Ways of Knowing rooted in Indigenous Sovereignty to protect water, air, land and all creation for future generations.(excerpt)
Much thanks to Jueseppi B, The ObamaCrat.com for posting this! I hope everyone has been able to locate actions near them, and those not near enough to come out will keep the rest in prayer and keep sharing and talking about the issues everywhere you go;-)


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Why is justice a one-eyed blind woman? – by Eduardo Galeano

History Never Ends
I Hate to Bother You

Id like to share with you some questionssome flies that keep buzzing in my head.

Is justice right side up?

Has world justice been frozen in an upside-down position?

The shoe-thrower of Iraq, the man who hurled his shoes at Bush, was condemned to three years in prison. Doesnt he deserve, instead, a medal?

Who is the terrorist? The hurler of shoes or their recipient? Is not the real terrorist the serial killer who, lying, fabricated the Iraq war, massacred a multitude, and legalized and ordered torture?

Who are the guilty onesthe people of Atenco, in Mexico, the indigenous Mapuches of Chile, the Kekchies of Guatemala, the landless peasants of Brazilall being accused of the crime of terrorism for defending their right to their own land? If the earth is sacred, even if the law does not say so, arent its defenders sacred too?

According to Foreign Policy Magazine, Somalia is the most dangerous place in the world. But who are the pirates? The starving people who attack ships or the speculators of Wall Street who spent years attacking the world and who are now rewarded with many millions of dollars for their pains?

Why does the world reward its ransackers?

Why is justice a one-eyed blind woman? Wal-Mart, the most powerful corporation on earth, bans trade unions. McDonalds, too. Why do these corporations violate, with criminal impunity, international law? Is it because in this contemporary world of ours, work is valued as lower than trash and workers rights are valued even less?

Who are the righteous and who are the villains? If international justice really exists, why are the powerful never judged? The masterminds of the worst butcheries are never sent to prison. Is it because it is these butchers themselves who hold the prison keys?

What makes the five nations with veto power in the United Nations inviolable? Is it of a divine origin, that veto power of theirs? Can you trust those who profit from war to guard the peace?

Is it fair that world peace is in the hands of the very five nations who are also the worlds main producers of weapons? Without implying any disrespect to the drug runners, couldnt we refer to this arrangement as yet another example of organized crime?

Those who clamor, everywhere, for the death penalty are strangely silent about the owners of the world. Even worse, these clamorers forever complain about knife-wielding murderers, yet say nothing about missile-wielding arch-murderers.

And one asks oneself: Given that these self-righteous world owners are so enamored of killing, why pray dont they try to aim their murderous proclivities at social injustice? Is it a just a world when, every minute, three million dollars are wasted on the military, while at the same time fifteen children perish from hunger or curable disease? Against whom is the so-called international community armed to the teeth? Against poverty or against the poor?

Why dont the champions of capital punishment direct their ire at the values of the consumer society, values which pose a daily threat to public safety? Or doesnt, perhaps, the constant bombardment of advertising constitute an invitation to crime? Doesnt that bombardment numb millions and millions of unemployed or poorly paid youth, endlessly teaching them the lie that to be = to have, that life derives its meaning from ownership of such things as cars or brand name shoes? Own, own, they keep saying, implying that he who has nothing is, himself, nothing.

Why isnt the death penalty applied to death itself? The world is organized in the service of death. Isnt it true that the military industrial complex manufactures death and devours the greater part of our resources as well as a good part of our energies? Yet the owners of the world only condemn violence when it is exercised by others. To extraterrestrials, if they existed, such monopoly of violence would appear inexplicable. It likewise appears insupportable to earth dwellers who, against all the available evidence, hope for survival: we humans are the only animals who specialize in mutual extermination, and who have developed a technology of destruction that is annihilating, coincidentally, our planet and all its inhabitants.

This technology sustains itself on fear. It is the fear of enemies that justifies the squandering of resources by the military and police. And speaking about implementing the death penalty, why dont we pass a death sentence on fear itself? Would it not behoove us to end this universal dictatorship of the professional scaremongers? The sowers of panic condemn us to loneliness, keeping solidarity outside our reach: falsely teaching us that we live in a dog-eat-dog world, that he who can must crush his fellows, that danger is lurking behind every neighbor. Watch out, they keep saying, be careful, this neighbor will steal from you, that other one will rape you, that baby carriage hides a Muslim bomb, and that woman who is watching youthat innocent-looking neighbor of yourswill surely infect you with swine flu.

In this upside-down world, they are making us afraid of even the most elementary acts of justice and common sense. When President Evo Morales started to re-build Bolivia, so that his country with its indigenous majority will no longer feel shame facing a mirror, his actions provoked panic. Morales challenge was indeed catastrophic from the traditional standpoint of the racist order, whose beneficiaries felt that theirs was the only possible option for Bolivia. It was Evo, they felt, who ushered in chaos and violence, and this alleged crime justified efforts to blow up national unity and break Bolivia into pieces. And when President Correa of Ecuador refused to pay the illegitimate debts of his country, the news caused terror in the financial world and Ecuador was threatened with dire punishment, for daring to set such a bad example. If the military dictatorships and roguish politicians have always been pampered by international banks, have we not already conditioned ourselves to accept it as our inevitable fate that the people must pay for the club that hits them and for the greed the plunders them?

But, have common sense and justice always been divorced from each other?

Were not common sense and justice meant to walk hand in hand, intimately linked?

Arent common sense, and also justice, in accord with the feminist slogan which states that if we, men, had to go through pregnancy, abortion would have been free. Why not legalize the right to have an abortion? Is it because abortion will then cease being the sole privilege of the women who can afford it and of the physicians who can charge for it?

The same thing is observed with another scandalous case of denial of justice and common sense: why arent drugs legal? Is this not, like abortion, a public health issue? And the very same country that counts in its population more drug addicts than any other country in the world, what moral authority does it have to condemn its drug suppliers? And why dont the mass media, in their dedication to the war against the scourge of drugs, ever divulge that it is Afghanistan which single-handedly satisfies just about all the heroin consumed in the world? Who rules Afghanistan? Is it not militarily occupied by a messianic country which conferred upon itself the mission of saving us all?

Why arent drugs legalized once and for all? Is it because they provide the best pretext for military invasions, in addition to providing the juiciest profits to the large banks who, in the darkness of night, serve as money-laundering centers?

Nowadays the world is sad because fewer vehicles are sold. One of the consequences of the global crisis is a decline of the otherwise prosperous car industry. Had we some shred of common sense, a mere fragment of a sense of justice, would we not celebrate this good news?

Could anyone deny that a decline in the number of automobiles is good for nature, seeing that she will end up with a bit less poison in her veins? Could anyone deny the value of this decline in car numbers to pedestrians, seeing that fewer of them will die?

Heres how Lewis Carrolls queen explained to Alice how justice is dispensed in a looking-glass world:

Theres the Kings Messenger. Hes in prison now, being punished: and the trial doesnt begin until next Wednesday: and of course the crime comes last of all.

In El Salvador, Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero found that justice, like a snake, only bites barefoot people. He died of gunshot wounds, for proclaiming that in his country the dispossessed were condemned from the very start, on the day of their birth.

Couldnt the outcome of the recent elections in El Salvador be viewed, in some ways, as a homage to Archbishop Romero and to the thousands who, like him, died fighting for right-side-up justice in this reign of injustice?

At times the narratives of History end badly, but she, History itself, never ends. When she says goodbye, she only says: Ill be back.

Translation from Spanish: Dr. Moti Nissani

In 1971, EDUARDO GALEANO wrote The Open Veins of Latin America and, in 1976, escaped death at the hands of CIA-financed Argentine death squads.

This article was originally posted at www.Counterpunch.org


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The Oracle Report – Daily Energetic Analysis During the Time of Enlightenment, January 26, 2013

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Full Moon Phase – Moon in Leo

Ruling Mahavidya: Matangi

A blanket of energy comes down this weekend to quell or soothe anything that is in a state of unrest, distress, fear, mistrust, disequilibrium, chaos, disorganization, powerlessness, or incompletion. A great number of people will awaken to the truth of the world during this Moon phase. Full Moon phases bring the most amount of light that enables us to see. The collective of humanity is imprinted with this energy through the full embrace of Sophia.

But we always remember that full light can be blinding and hurtful and at some point or another, each of us will struggle to stay positive. Sadness and depression can creep in sometimes. We fall subject to harsh criticisms and judgments of ourselves. It can be hard to stay cognizant of the true story that we are the creation of the Aeon Sophia and engaged in her vision in real-time. This Moon phases blanket of energy will help with all of this.

Some will respond aggressively to the blanket of energy because there is a countermeasure in operation to incite as much as possible. Astrological conditions make this weekend tempting for them because the vast feminine force is at work. But they have no understanding of the feminine and are thus driven to try and destroy it. I say try and destroy it. Theres no chance for that under this energy. Nothing that is undertaken now that is based in fear will have any long-term chances.

Special thanks to wise owl Gail for this photo from Pennsylvania. The picture says it all.

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A lot of info on the energetic background of the upcoming week. Considering the IdleNoMore Day of Action on Monday, it is interesting that Monday has an aspect that may “…ignite some fires that have been smoldering recently, especially rebellions being waged in the name of social reform or human rights.”


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What a wonderful, common sense approach! This totally fits with my own experience. In a really harsh environment carrying a gun can also make you a target for others who are armed.
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1) In a random confrontation with firearms, the man with the least to lose will likely be the first to pull the trigger.

2) Be man enough to take an ass-whupping rather than shoot a man to avoid that whupping.

3) The best defensive weapon available to anybody is the ability to spot trouble before trouble spots you. Acquire and qualify the target before you pick up the weapon, and you will probably never need to pick up the weapon.


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Much thanks to Jean for posting this-along with last weeks pro-gun protests, we see an America falsely divided by an issue that has been created to divide us. I strongly believe that we can, working together, listening to one another, come up with regulations to limit gun violence while not preventing the legitimate ownership and use of guns for hobby shooting, self defense etc.


We need to get to the root of the problem of violence and mass murder in our culture and guns are only a tool in the expression of those deep roots. Until we challenge the worldview, the mindset and the cultural paradigm that promotes violence, we will never stop our epidemic of murder. We can pull the whole thing up, including the roots-it is just not going to be easy or quick. But what other choice do we have?