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The Oracle Report | Thursday, March 13, 2014

Gibbous Moon Phase: trust, analyze, prepare, magic

Moon in Leo

Spaceweather.com reports an M9-class flare erupted from the Sun at last evening at 10:34 pm UT/ 6:34 pm ET. This flare was close to being catergorized as an X-class.

Sabaoth is the name of the divine being we call the Sun. This knowledge has been handed down to us by the Gnostics – the members of the Mystery Schools. Sabaoth is directly involved with the creative project of humanity and humanity’s creative projects. Sabaoth’s flare delivered the energy for the inner strength of an ancient oak tree and the creative inspiration of a child swinging from a swing in the that oak tree. So any ideas, insights, orillumination that came last night (including during dreams) or comes today is powerful and is delivered from a collaboration of the highest spiritual sources. Nice, huh? We also have an estimated 80% chance of another M-class flare today. Sabaoth likes to work magic during the magical Gibbous Moon phase.

(It would be a good project for anyone who is inclined to track the data over the next year [new astrological year begins March 30} of the number of flares delivered during each of the eight Moon phases of the months. We could see if there are more flares during New, Gibbous, and Balsamic phases. These would be the most effective times to deliver energy for change. I will be more diligent with posting the exact time of the Moon phases in case anyone wants to take this on. Let me know.)

In addition to Sabaoth’s flare, today’s other energy includes an increased need to compromise. Most likely, it is better to just keep the peace today.

We are also working out and flexing our muscles of adaptability. This is the shamanic technique of shape shifting. Shape shifting is a shamanic martial art. Practicing it is fun because is involves the engagement of our imagination. Children are natural shape shifters, by the way. As situations emerge and change today, engage the arsenal of your shapes – your power animals and beings.

If you don’t know who your power animals are yet, you probably already do but don’t realize it. What’s your favorite animal? That’s one. Have you ever had an injury, bite, or traumatic experience with an animal? That’s another. Do you often dream of an animal? There’s one. Do you own a copy of Animal Speak by Ted Andrews? You’ll find the others there as you pay close attention to your natural surroundings and can refer to the book for wisdom. The pocket guide of this book is less expensive but excellent if budgets are tight.

Different animals have different talents, so your power animals are suited to certain situations. The fluid transition between these shapes, according to the needs of the situations, marks the skill of the shaman. We are practicing this skill today because this one is going to be required over the next year in order to imprint the world in accordance with natural world order. The revolution of free minds begins in earnest with the New Moon in Aries. The time is now, wise owls!

The energy to find new paths and go in new directions continues today.

Let’s follow the yellow brick road and pay close attention to what happens with banking and bankers today. The Bankers (Illuminati) are controlling the puppets of the West vs. the puppets of Russia et al. And if you aren’t following the story, minions of the big bankers (as well as potential whistleblowers and “white hats” or those working to rectify the mess for the better) are being “suicided” all over the world. It’s The Bankers. It’s always The Bankers. The Archons – the rulers of The Bankers when you take it to the top – control through power and money.

Back to magic. Does Sabaoth have anything else in store for us today? We are staying tuned…


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The Return of Comrade Ricardo Flores Magon – A New Book

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Struggles and Contributions are narrated in The Return of Comrade Ricardo Flores Magón

Ricardo Flores Magón. Photo taken from Internet. Ricardo Flores Magón. Photo taken from Internet

** They praise the first transnational network of Mexican and US revolutionaries in a book

** The anthropologist and historian Claudio Lomnitz emphasizes that the theme has current resonance

By: David Brooks, Correspondent

New York, March 10, 2014

The first transnational network of Mexican and US revolutionaries –of which Ricardo Flores Magón formed a part– its participants, its struggle and ideological contributions within the context of the Mexican Revolution are told in the book The Return of Comrade Ricardo Flores Magón, from the anthropologist and historian Claudio Lomnitz.

“This is the narration of a transnational revolutionary network that thought of itself as the servant of an ideal. It could be told in the mold of Don Quijote, it is the story of a group of men and women that…

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The manuscript of survival – part 403

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We have come to you today on a most important mission, for we are here to prepare you for what you have in store in the next few days. As many of you are already aware, the period we are referring to, is the one that leads up to that point in time that you have specified as the midpoint of the year if you see it as divided into two equal parts, both of them encompassing the same amount of light, although divided into two. This is as you know a roundabout way to describe the day of your recurring Equinoxes, the days that your planet seems to stand at a midpoint, a point of balance if you will, for then to start to shift ever so slightly on its axis yet again. We know that for many of you, this time of the year has always been considered…

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Dr. Ricky Rood’s Climate Change Blog : Enjoying the Cold | Weather Underground

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Enjoying the Cold

By: Dr. Ricky Rood, 6:22 AM GMT on March 04, 2014 +27


Enjoying the Cold

In the last couple of weeks several people have sent me this comic, Cold, from xkcd. The cartoon draws from the work at Climate Central, an organization that is doing excellent work with data and communication about climate, weather and climate change. The point of the cartoon is that if you look back at the weather of not so long along ago, we saw cold temperatures like we have seen in the U.S. this winter. The planet was warmed up enough that we are not used to it being cold.

Every month the National Climatic Data Center releases an update on its Climate Monitoring page. In the February update, the graph of the differences (anomalies) from the 1981-2010 average shows that the eastern half of the continental U.S. was 4 – 5 degrees Celsius colder than average. Northern Siberia was also very cold. Look at Alaska (part of the U.S.), Greenland and China – downright toasty.


Figure 1: January 2014 temperature differences from a 1981-2010 average. From the National Climatic Data Center.

When the cold of the eastern U.S. is put into a global perspective, January 2014 was the 4th warmest global average since 1880. The U.S. was 53rd coolest, near the middle. If you go back to my blog on the behavior of the Arctic Oscillation, I show maps of 2010 and 2011 which were so cold that they motivated congressional hearings about climate change. In that blog, I also show figures from 1979, which was the coldest winter in the continental U.S.

As I started to put this into context, the first thing that I noticed was that those hearings-motivating winters of 2010 and 2011 were about 8 degrees Celsius warmer than 1979. This winter, 2013 – 2014, is objectively cold, but it is not colder than 1979. If you examine the figure above, the anomaly was calculated from the average 1981-2010, which includes the warmest decade we have measured since 1880. Therefore, the anomaly looks larger than it would if calculated against an earlier 30 year period or a 20th century average.

The last month when the global mean monthly average was below the 20th century average was February 1985. If I count correctly, then it has been 29 years, or 348 months, since we, globally, have experienced a month colder than the 20th century average. If we look at years, rather than individual months, then this span of time extends back to 1976. I remember the fall and winter of 1976 – 1977 very well. I had moved to Tallahassee. It snowed. People raked it under the trees to take pictures. People left their sprinklers on to see ice. They destroyed their trees.


Figure 2: Annual average temperature differences from a 20th average. Calculated using tools from National Climatic Data Center.

The extraordinary string of months and years above the 20th century average will continue. In a year, we will have gone 30 years, the official averaging time of climate, since we will have experienced a “cool” month. This locally cold winter in the eastern U.S. is more like the late 1970s than the nineties in the comic above. A big difference is that this locally cold winter still does not affect the average enough to keep January 2014, globally, from being one of the warmest on record. The cartoon is right, not only are we not used to it being cold, many of residents of the U.S. have never actually experienced such cold. Same is true for the stink bugs of Virginia.


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