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The Oracle Report | Saturday, April 19 – Sunday, April 20, 2014


Saturday, April 19 – Sunday, April 20, 2014

Disseminating Moon Phase: share, communicate, express, teach

Moon in Sagittarius (Saturday) Capricorn (Sunday)

Ruling Mahavidya: Chinnamasta and Kali

Skill: remember that assistance is being given to all

Negative Imprint: inadequate, powerless, self-critical

Positive Imprint: accepting

Sophia and Sabaoth speak! Sophia (the Gnostic name of the being embodied as the Earth) and Sabaoth (the Gnostic name of the being embodied as the Sun who is an ally of Sophia) speak all the time; sometimes we are able to hear better.

Sabaoth released an M7-class solar flare at 10:07 am ET/1:07 pm UT Friday, April 18. This is an extremely strong flare and it will overtake two less powerful flares already en route to the spheres of Earth (atmosphere, magnetosphere, stratosphere) this weekend. We picked up or received this stellar pulse immediately yesterday, but the effects build as the energy gets closer to our planet this weekend.

The energy of this flare is encapsulated in the image of the Sabian symbol for 9 degrees of Sagittarius (the position of the Moon at the time of the flare – the most accurate indicator). This image is a mother leads her small child step by step up the stairs.

Sophia, our mother planet, is assisting. She always does this in her role as our mother planet – our incubator. She provides all the conditions for life and growth, and we are lucky because she happens to be a beautiful planet and we reap the eye candy of this. But I digress.

Not only are Sophia and Sabaoth directly engaged in how we experience life – how we grow as beings – but they also want us to know that they are doing this. The ancient code of the Sabian symbols, lost in time but recovered by the novelty of the human spirit and its close kinship with Spirit, is one language of communication.

Why would Sabaoth and Sophia send this energy and this message? The answer is always the same: because it is needed. They would send the energy of assistance to safely help us move up, transition, and transcend because it would soon be needed. We are being helped along.

The timing of the flare comes when the energetics of the solar system are preparing to wound and heal us in various ways related primarily to our values, relationships, relationship with our self, concern with security, and intensified personal insecurities (Venus conjunct Chiron). Since this Sabian symbol involves young children and Chiron is strongly associated with the inner child, wounds from childhood tend to surface.

But there is another significant event coinciding with this right here on Earth – Christian Easter. The energetics of the time between the first Full Moon after the vernal equinox and Easter Sunday always weave a unique tapestry in the fabric of time. The changing of the seasons engages our senses, adding brilliance to the design.

There are always two layers woven into the Easter energy. One is soft and one is coarse. Beautiful acts of love, kindness, and commonality form the soft threads of the top layer. This is what we would call natural world order. Dastardly deeds of destruction, death, and disillusionment form the coarse threads of the under layer. This is what we would call the new world. The difference is exacting.

The combination of Easter and the 4/20 trick (it’s Hitler’s birthday and a mass ritual) could pose the need for additional spiritual assistance. Conditions are ripe for Illuminati hijinks. But this is information for the back burner, not something to focus on.

The story is the gift of assistance from beings who love us very much and love who we really are and the expression of who we really are. We are in good hands.


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Spinning Ukraine: “Is Obama channelling Cheney?”

Thank you for posting this. I’m heartbroken. He apparently couldn’t beat them now they are pushing the situation as far as they can. Someday, if we don’t get evaporated, the truth will come out about who has really been in control of America since our last truly free President was killed.
Prayer is more powerful than most people know-so let’s pray all together that this insanity falls apart and is exposed before any more harm comes from it!
At least now we KNOW what the Bundy nonsense was a distraction from. I’m STILL wondering what the hell got under the radar while O.J. idiocy was 24/7 news!

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Study Concludes: The U.S. is an Oligarchy, NOT a Democracy

Thank you for posting this! I’ve been saying this for two decades and before recently the reactions were mostly along the lines of “huh? What’s that?” .

Now that most people are finding out about it, it’s days are numbered:-)

Whatever else Americans can’t agree on, which it seems lately is everything, I’m guessing very few of us had ambitions to be serfs, slaves or peons.
I may be over optimistic but I think we can get together to fix this and go back to bickering over every detail later (unless we learn from working together that we really aren’t all that different after all;-)

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YES! This Week :: Powerful Ideas, Practical Actions

The Rise of Women Farmers

Portrait of James Trimarco This week, my team looked over the preliminary numbers from the most recent census of agriculture. While the overall picture is something of a mixed bag, we noticed that women now represent 14 percent of primary farm operators and are more likely to farm organically and own their own farms. They’re helping to create a more sustainable food system, and we’re happy to bring you their story.
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Think You Know What a Farmer Looks Like? Think Again.

Preliminary results from the 2012 Census of Agriculture show the increasing role of women in U.S. agriculture—especially on organic and small-scale farms. READ MORE »

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John Doman Protecting Classrooms From Corporate Takeover: What Families Can Learn from Teachers’ Unions

Teachers are fighting the privatization wave by connecting with families right where they live. READ MORE »

The Underground Railroad Was One of America’s First Co-ops: A Black History Tour of Cooperative Economics

From slavery to Jim Crow to cities today, African-Americans have been leading the cooperative movement. READ MORE »

Photo by Alex Garland Photography. They Started by Blockading a Bus Full of Detainees—And Went on to Shake Up the Immigration Debate

A look at the growing influence of undocumented voices in the movement for immigrant rights. READ MORE »

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Photo by Antana/ Flickr. Don’t Leave BitCoin to the Libertarians! (Or, Why Your Movement Needs Open Source Money)

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Anton Petukhov Work Less, Live More

Working fewer hours could help save our economy, our sanity, and the planet. READ MORE »

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The Myth Behind Public School Failure

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Truthout Daily Digest April 18, 2014

Arundhati Roy: Another World Is Not Only Possible, She Is on Her Way

Arundhati Roy, Haymarket Books: Roy offers an eloquent tribute to the Occupy movement after it was evicted from Zucotti Park. Despite Roy’s scathing analysis of the injustices and ravages of capitalism and its political puppets, she is filled with hope.

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John Pilger | The Strangelove Effect – or How We Are Hoodwinked Into Fighting a New Cold War

John Pilger, Truthout: While President Obama seeks more money for nuclear weapons than at the peak of the Cold War, the era of the comedy movie, Dr. Strangelove, it’s no joke that the United States is seeking to dominate the Eurasian landmass, stretching from China to Europe.

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Jesus Is an Economic Engine: Dismantling the Metaphoric Mechanization of Everything

Adam Bessie, Truthout: While it may be part of common usage, “economic engine” is a profoundly misleading metaphor. And while our economy currently runs on machines, it is not a machine itself – no, the economy consists of actual human beings working, people doing things for other people.

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The Code of Crisis and Disaster

Joseph Natoli, Truthout: To respond to a week of triple catastrophe – a UN climate change report, the Ryan budget, the McCutcheon decision – it is crucial to confront and decode our own “reptilian” desires.

Read the Article

Highway Trust Fund Bankruptcy Will Halt Nation’s Transportation Projects

Crystal Shepeard, Care2: Since Congress passed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, funding has been allocated for various public works projects, including repairs to the nation’s ailing highways and bridges. Today, all of those projects risk being halted before completion.

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The Resegregation of American Schools

Jaisal Noor, The Real News Network: Reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones discusses her year-long investigation into how one of desegregation’s success stories in Tuscaloosa, Alabama became one of the most segregated school systems in the country, as well as the high levels of segregation in northern schools 60 years after Brown v. Board of Education.

Watch the Video and Read the Transcript

Eugene Robinson | On Climate, Business as Usual

Eugene Robinson, Truthout: Despite mounting evidence that global warming is an urgent crisis, emissions of heat-trapping greenhouse gases grew faster between 2000 and 2010 than over the previous three decades. We’re doing a Michael Jackson moonwalk, appearing to move ahead while actually sliding backward – toward what scientists fear is an abyss.

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Valparaíso Blaze Highlights the City’s Poverty

Marianela Jarroud, Inter Press Service: The blaze that tore through the Chilean port city of Valparaíso revealed the dark side of one of the most important tourist destinations in this South American country, which hides in its hills high levels of poverty and inequality.

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The Business Interests Behind America’s Costly Medical Care

Dr. Philip Caper, Bangor Daily News: The United States spends far more on medical care than other wealthy countries, due mostly to higher prices for health care goods and services. There is a reason for this. In US politics, social progress comes at a high price if it threatens business interests.

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We Don’t Want You to Swim in the River

Kathy Kelly, Truthout: These weapons we tout aren’t futuristic; they announce our lack of a future. But everywhere around us, we can spot people who are volunteering to live simply so that others can simply live. And that choice is, in reality, open to each of us.

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“We Are Not Beginning a New Cold War, We Are Well Into It”: Stephen Cohen on Russia-Ukraine Crisis

Amy Goodman and Juan González, Democracy Now!: “We are not at the beginning of a new Cold War, we are well into it,” says Stephen Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian studies and politics at New York University, “which alerts us to the fact ‘hot war’ is imaginable now. It’s unlikely, but it’s conceivable – and if it’s conceivable, something has to be done about it.”

Watch the Video and Read the Transcript


Banking Industry Shamelessly Fleeces Even the Paltry Savings of Ex-Prisoners

Mark Karlin, BuzzFlash at Truthout: After incarceration, prisoners often have a small savings account that has accrued from work – and money provided by family and friends. Now, in some states, they are being forced to accept a fee-gouging debit card to access their funds upon release.

Read the BuzzFlash Commentary

Sen. Reid Calls Bundy Supporters “Domestic Terrorists”

Read the Article at The Las Vegas Review-Journal

Climate Change Is Here – It’s Too Late for Pessimism

Read the Article at The Nation

A John Hagee Fairytale: “Blood Moons” and The End of Times

Read the Article at BuzzFlash

Elizabeth Warren’s New Book Skewers the White House Boys Club

Read the Article at The Huffington Post

Paul Krugman | Salvation Gets Cheap

Read the Article at The New York Times

Guantanamo Judge to CIA: Disclose “Black Site” Details to USS Cole Defense Lawyers

Read the Article at The Miami Herald

Oklahoma School District OK’s “Bible Curriculum” Created by Hobby Lobby President

Read the Article at Raw Story