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The Oracle Report Thursday, January 23, 2014


Disseminating Moon Phase: communicate, share, introspect, teach, learn

Moon: Libra/Scorpio

Ruling Mahavidya: Kali

A tone resonates through the rainbow bridge and the light changes, bathing everything in warm gold. In response, our companions on this month’s journey, the band of brothers, stands at attention. Kali walks to the head of the bridge.

“At the end of every crossing of the rainbow bridge lies a reward, which comes only after completion of a test.”

We emerge from the rainbow bridge tomorrow, but today each of us, as students of nature, face some sort of test in the story of our own lives. The test is how we handle something. It may come in the form of a very minor thing (and even occur in a seemingly inconsequential interaction) or it may be a very obvious, big test.

Before “test anxiety” sets in, here’s the highlight from the study guide: solving the problem on this test involves asking if the situation is outworn. If it is, it is a waste to continue putting precious energy into it because things that are outworn are dissolving – fading.

The test is whether or not we can walk away from it, put it down, not feed into it, let it be.

One of the major features of the Chiron energy, which is the “engineer” of bridges that transport (transform) us from one thing to another, is the temptation toward self-sabotage. This will come into play if we feel we deserve to be punished for something or that we have an inherent, fatal flaw. These are archontic mind programs that keep us enslaved to repeating outworn behaviors and feeding outworn situations. They prevent us from blooming into what we can be.

The transformational process that is underway this month has been enhanced this week by the Moon’s nodes contacting the Chiron Point – 04 Taurus – the degree in the sky where Chiron was located when it was discovered. The alchemy of healing old wounds occurs when this degree is activated.

Will you re-engage the wound or will you walk past it? You can look back to the darkness of shadows or you can look toward the horizon, where the “gold” of the soul awaits


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Truthout Daily Digest January 22,2014


Four Years After Citizens United: Is Campaign Cash Buying Justice in State Courts?

Mike Ludwig, Truthout: Four years after the Supreme Court ruled in Citizens United vs. FEC, new research shows that more than 90 percent of judicial business in the United States is decided in state courts, and business groups are spending big on state judicial campaigns.

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“Like Gravity,” Fast-Track Trade Sinks Jobs and Wages

Mary Bottari, PR Watch: If the fast-track bill passes, a trade deal involving 11 Pacific Rim countries could be completed and signed before it is sent to Congress for a vote. Then the trade deal will be railroaded through with no amendments and little debate.

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Blackout: Hollywood

Eisa Nefertari Ulen, Truthout: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have dissed Black America, but Black film creatives – including all those involved in producing 12 Years a Slave, Fruitvale Station, The Butler and Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom – triumphed in 2013.

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Why Did Police Beat an Elderly Man for Jaywalking?

The Daily Take, The Thom Hartmann Program: Kang Wong’s brutal arrest is outrageous in its own right, but it also speaks to the broader problem of police brutality in this country. In some places, police culture is very professional; in others it’s just plain militaristic.

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Art as Research

Carol Becker, Truthout: As humanity faces enormous problems that challenge our very survival, interdisciplinary approaches must include artists, whose preference for unconventional approaches and unique forms of representation makes them adept at daring and creative problem solving. Artists help move consciousness forward, as they always have.

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WikiLeaks on the TPP Environment Chapter: “Toothless Public Relations Exercise”

Yves Smith, Naked Capitalism: The Trans-Pacific Partnership’s environment chapter has no effective enforcement mechanisms, and its investment chapter allows foreign investors to sue governments over lost prospective profits in secret arbitration panels.

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On the News With Thom Hartmann: Economic Inequality Is a Major Threat to Human Progress, and More

In today‘s On the News segment: Economic inequality is a major threat to human progress; the Supreme Court appears ready to deal another blow to unions; the Medicaid expansion is bringing millions of Americans more than just health insurance; and more.

Watch the Video and Read the Transcript

Paul Krugman | A Virtual Currency Raises Real-World Questions

Paul Krugman, Krugman & Co.: “Almost all of the Bitcoin discussion has centered on positive economics – can this actually work? And I have to say that I’m still deeply unconvinced.”

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For Whom the Bell Tolls

Kathy Kelly, Dissident Voice: This month, the King Center announced its “Choose Nonviolence” campaign as a means of showing its commitment to Dr. King’s value of nonviolence in resolving issues of inequality, discrimination and poverty. The call was heard in Kabul, Afghanistan.

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The Internet’s Own Boy: Film on Aaron Swartz Captures Late Activist’s Struggle for Online Freedom

Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!: One year ago this month, the young Internet freedom activist and groundbreaking programmer Aaron Swartz died shortly before he was set to go to trial for downloading millions of academic articles from servers at MIT.

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True Single-Payer Health Care System Being Considered in New York Assembly

Mark Karlin, BuzzFlash at Truthout: An innovative legislator in New York has come up with a creative blueprint for establishing a true statewide single-payer system. Politically, at this time, it is a long shot, but it is a model that moves the idea forward.

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Jim Hightower | The Millionaires’ Congress vs. the People

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Republicans Seek to Sabotage Obamacare With Higher Premiums

Read the Article at Talking Points Memo

Tea Party Neo-Confederate Backlash Still Stirring Up a Cup of Chaos

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No One Is Sure How a Public Advocate at Spy Court Would Work

Read the Article at McClatchy Newspapers

Pentagon Workers Strike Over Poverty Pay

Read the Article at Salon

Snowden Says “I Acted Alone” and Calls Spy Accusations “Absurd”

Read the Article at The New Yorker

Southern Leg of Keystone XL to Open in US

Read the Article at Al Jazeera America

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Butterfly in a Winter Wood~

Thank you Cindy! So colorful bright and cheerful- imagine this post is just what the dr ordered for everyone stuck in blizzardsville with grey skies and below zero temps! I hope you have a good trip and I look forward to seeing the magic your camera makes of that gorgeous island:-)

Cindy Knoke

We are in the air and on the move. If all goes well, my next post will be from sunny San Juan Puerto Rico! I will not be able to post, or comment on your wonderful posts for the next few days. But once we settle in, I hope to be back and blogging at least some of the time. Meanwhile I leave you with these holler butterflies and hopes that all is well with you!

They seemed to come suddenly on happiness as if they had surprised a butterfly in a winter wood~ Edith Wharton
Painted Lady (Please click to enlarge).


The butterfly, a cabbage white,
(his honest idiocy of flight)
will never now, it is too late,
master the art of flying straight~ Robert Evans
Cabbage White

Butterflies are flowers that fly and all but sing~ Robert Frost
Black Veined Tiger


I do not know if I was…

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