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The Oracle Report | Thursday, August 14, 2014



“Galactic Connection” Radio Interview with Laura – August 5, 2014

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Disseminating Moon Phase: share, communicate

Moon in Aries

Ruling Mahavidya: Bhairavi (Goddess Who Calls to Heroism)

Skill: take note of what catches your eye

Negative Imprint: showing off, wanting to be the center of attention, distrust, off balance, appearance over substance

Positive Imprint: bold, courageous, persistence, skill, going above and beyond, duty, substance over appearance

The keyword for today’s energy isdisplay. All kinds of things are on display, but it is important to see beyond the surface of what is presented.

All month long, the energy has pushed us to step out and take action in some way. This time of year, the natural rhythm of life carries us beyond the familiar. It takes us out of our usual range so that we can experience new things and grow. We bridged over a massive canyon during the Full Moon phase. It’s safe to take risks and leaps of faith because they are strongly supported today. It may be scary, but the rewards that come from change are more than worth it.

It is always true that “energy goes where attention flows,” but today we are magnetically drawn toward things that catch our eyes. Pay attention to what is capturing your attention or what is trying very hard to get your attention. What is this telling you? Are you excited and enthusiastic by what you see? Are you decisively turned off by it? Is something being compromised? Is there a disguise? Does the outside match the inside? The answers provide key insights.

Muster the courage, skill, or strength to go above and beyond the normal (or expected) level today. Opportunities are beginning to knock, and it will be up to us whether we open the door to them. The upcoming lunar month that begins with the New Moon in Virgo, which is always a bountiful time of year, is the time when Spirit intervenes with the intentions, wishes, and dreams that were seeded at the beginning of the year (astrologically the New Moon in Aries cycle, which occurred during April). Things start to develop with the dreams we’ve been dreaming. Paths open. We can see this beginning to coalesce now and accelerate when the Wisdom Goddess Shodashi comes on duty next cycle. Bhairavi is working hard to create space in our hearts in which next month’s blessings can nestle.

Many thanks to all the wise owls out there who helped to bridge the gap over the super Full Moon energy. It was a magnificent display of love. Well done!

Note: Here are a couple of articles that echo themes I’ve mentioned over the past year. The first is an article by Jeff Rense atwww.rense.com on Edgar Cayce’s material on the future hope that comes from Russia. The second article I offer for consideration and strongly encourage everyone to watch the short Star Trek(the Voyagervariety) clip at the end. I will discuss these during next week’s audio recording of the overview for the upcoming lunar month.



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The manuscript of survival – part 423

Thank you Aisha! I saw reports of two separate incidents where large crowds acted together spontaneously without speaking to rescue individuals in danger from subway trains. In one they literally tipped the train off the tracks and saved a mans life. I am in awe at the totally unexpected but irrefutable evidence I am now seeing day to day of our collective humanity shifting to this new level of consciousness and awareness-and most significantly concrete collective action.
Again I am also amazed that even as my physical condition appears to be worsening so that I often this week can barely make sense of incoming information-yet I am still uplifted by these wonderful changes. I feel that whatever our current experience may entail with so much difficulty spread around to so many with violence and suffering appearing to spread, the reality is just the opposite in the big picture. It is like watching a split screen in a movie where simultaneous opposites are occurring.
Bless you all for all you are doing! The waves of love flowing through our collective are much needed comfort that are accessible to all in need, internally.

aisha north

For eons, mankind has been defined as consisting of single entities, carrying out their life’s work in hardship and toil from birth to death, for then to cease to exist altogether. In other words, you as humans have been defined as someone simply existing between the first and the last breath you take, and whatever comes before or indeed after that, is a subject shrouded in mystery. Be that as it may, you have by now managed to open your eyes to the fact that a human life as you used to define it is simply the proverbial tip of the iceberg – or even less so. For by now, you have started to tap into the rich vein that constitutes the real you, the one that is not confined within any physical limits, but who has chosen to define one part of themselves as a human.

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Truthout Daily Digest Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Dahr Jamail | NASA Scientist Warns of Three to Four-Meter Sea Level Rise by 2200

Dahr Jamail, Truthout: NASA emeritus scientist Robert Bindschadler, a former NASA glaciologist, discusses his concerns about Antarctic glaciers, why scientists are often loath to enter into the debate over climate change, massive sea level rise in the future, and what he thinks can be done.

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Why Germany Is Backing Away From a Trade Deal that Lets Corporations Sue the Government

Alexis Goldstein, YES! Magazine: A new round of international trade agreements threatens to increase corporate power over national governments. But news out of Germany suggests the deals aren’t inevitable.

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Abandoning the K-12 School System: Listening to Our Children and Thinking for Ourselves

Jeffrey Nall, Truthout: Progressive parent Jeffrey Nall explains that he and his wife, April, abandoned the K-12 education system for their children because of its promotion of obedience and conformity – and its failure to promote critical thinking and democratic values.

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Pregnant Women and Immigrant Children: The Latest Victims of Mass Imprisonment?

Sheila A. Bedi, Truthout: What happened behind closed doors at the American Legislative Exchange Council’s recent annual meeting will undoubtedly fuel the proliferation of Stand Your Ground laws, the expansion of the private corrections industry and regressive laws that funnel immigrants into jails and prisons.

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China Is Rejecting GMO Corn and That Isn’t Good for American Farmers

Anna Brones, Care2: China began rejecting a variety of genetically modified US corn, and the rejection is reportedly costing American farmers upwards of $3 billion. The new corn gene has been waiting for approval from the Chinese government for four years.

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Why Is the US Going Back Into Iraq?

Darius Shahtahmasebi, Truthout: Is the president’s bombing of ISIS in Iraq a backdoor means to direct involvement in the Syrian civil war? Does the United States oppose or support the Syrian rebels? The administration’s goals are suspect.

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Should the Internet Be Like the Public Library?

The Daily Take Team, the Thom Hartmann Program: Internet speeds in the United States average out around 20.77 megabits per second, which is less than half of the average internet speed in Hong Kong. For a country like ours, which invented the internet and is home to some of the world’s most powerful tech companies, this is just embarrassing.

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Why Is the Cuomo Administration Automatically Deleting State Employees’ Emails?

Theodoric Meyer, ProPublica: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration, which the governor pledged would be the most transparent in state history, has quietly adopted policies that allow it to purge the emails of tens of thousands of state employees.

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Are Texas Jails Safe for Pregnant Women?

Rachel Roth, Moms Rising: Jails in Texas are endangering pregnant women and their fetuses, despite the state’s professed interest in “unborn babies.” The World Health Organization opposes the incarceration of pregnant women because of health risks.

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Paul Krugman | Standing Up for Liberal Principles

Paul Krugman, Krugman & Co.: Now it’s clear that no matter what they do, the mere fact of being a Democrat will bring accusations from Republicans that they’re atheist Islamic communists. So why not stand up for some liberal principles?

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NYU Grad Union Needs a Contract Campaign, Not Just a Contract

Natasha Raheja, Labor Notes: Members of the NYU graduate student union’s elected bargaining committee are speaking out against the union’s settlement strategy. They are asking for more transparency and direct member involvement.

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On the News With Thom Hartmann: Drinking Water Polluted for Thousands of Ohians and Canadians, and More

In today‘s On the News segment: If we don’t fight back, more and more of the world’s drinking water supply could become contaminated; a Colorado farmer uses an abandoned prison to grow pot; a new Swedish study reveals musical ability may be hardwired into our genes; and more.

Watch the Video and Read the Transcript

The Mass Destruction of Iraq: The Disintegration of a Nation: Why It Is Happening and Who Is Responsible

Truthout writers William Rivers Pitt and Dahr Jamail have collaborated on a new e-book that examines the history behind the chaos in Iraq. From PNAC to Bush, with vivid reporting from the scene, this book definitively explains why this is happening. Order The Mass Destruction of Iraq for Kindle now!

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Public Gains From Tobacco Settlement Go Up in Smoke as Wall Street Profits

Mark Karlin, BuzzFlash at Truthout: It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to assert that the potential for a large scale educational campaign against the health risks of cigarettes has – due to Wall Street – been crushed.

Read the BuzzFlash Commentary

US Rolls Back Oversight of Potentially Dangerous Experiments Involving Deadly Pathogens Ranging From Bird Flu to Ebola

Read the Article at Reuters

Stand Your Ground States See an Increase in Homicides

Read the Article at Al Jazeera America

White House Reverses Course: Now Allowing Lobbyists to Serve on Insider Government “Advisory” Boards

Read the Article at The New York Times

Edward Snowden: NSA Bot “MonsterMind” Can Start Cyberwar Automatically

Read the Article at Wired

Rachel Maddow: Anger in Ferguson Follows Record of Racial Disparity in Enforcing the Law

Watch the Video at MSNBC

There’s Another Mammoth Global Trade Agreement You’ve Never Heard of

Read the Article at In These Times

Pope Francis’ Meet Up With Two Controversial Religio-Preneurs

Read the Article at BuzzFlash