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The Oracle Report | Saturday, September 20 – Sunday, September 21, 2014

Saturday, September 20 – Sunday, September 21, 2014


Balsamic Moon Phase: release

Moon in Leo/Virgo

Ruling Madavidyas: Shodashi and Matangi

Skill: embrace the new, release the old

Negative Imprints: locked into limitations, not using common sense, emotional insensitivity, rigid thinking, projection, allowing others to shape us, competetion, scattered

Positive Imprints: ancient wisdom, analysis, answers, signs, integration, tempering with love, focus, staying true to the self, processing information, observance, opportunities

The Moon will make its once-a-month conjunction with the Black Moon Saturday at 8:30 pm ET/12:30 am UT. Shadow sides will come forth for recognition and integration. Everyone’s shadow sides are pushed to the forefront, some more than others depending on the other aspects happening in their charts.

Fears about change and issues of power (especially power struggles) accompany this energy, but the personal core fear in each of us is activated. Instincts are triggered, producing a potential for drama. People will project their own feelings onto others, avoiding taking personal responsibility. Emotions always run higher when the Moon and the Black Moon come together. (For more information on your personal shadow side see my book on the Black Moon available for free atwww.oraclereport.com.)

Signs, synchronicities and symbols deliver important information during Balsamic Moon phases, but these communications are more active Saturday. Saturday’s energy delivers information to us and Sunday’s energy has us putting that into practice. Sunday’s energy also brings the power of precision-focus to complete tasks or unfinished business.

All of this serves to bring new opportunities. This month has been a month of trusting in a divine hand painting events and brighter futures. Many things are being swept away to become the dust of the past. Whatever is leaving your life needs to be left in the dust.

A unique feature of this is that one opportunity is branching out, like a tree, into many opportunities. As we are aligned with our best course, other things begin to become alive.

Any situations that are troubling, distressful, or confusing should be broken down into their smaller parts in order to see the big picture of what’s going on.

The notion of being careful with what you wish for because you just may get it is strongly in effect this weekend. The power of the mind to imprint reality is optimal, so we want to be clear in our desires.

This lunar month has been a test of trust. Do you trust the universe’s hand in your life? We can guide our lives, but we are not in control. A higher part of us which is immersed in Oneness directs our course. The Sabian symbol for this month is “two guardian angels bringing protection” so we have all the help we need. Trust the process and trust that it is bringing you where you need to be. Look for wisdom in ancient sources or sources that espouse the ancient knowledge. Pay close attention to nature.

The Goddess of Beauty, Shodashi, in collaboration with the Goddess of the Wind, Matangi, prepares to close out their month with the New Moon in Libra on Tuesday. Shodashi is bringing the new and Matangi is sweeping out the old. Trust what is beginning and let go of what is ending.

The Second Renaissance is happening right before our eyes.

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Truthout Daily Digest Thursday, 18 September 2014

The US Government Never Understood Afghanistan and Still Doesn’t

Anand Gopal, Metropolitan Books: No Good Men Among the Living is a compellingly intimate portrait of how the war in Afghanistan impacted citizens of that nation. The author walks readers through the looking glass lens of US empire into the complex and personal history and impact of the conflict.

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Children’s Rights Groups Urge Defense Program to Stop Giving School Cops Military Hardware

Susan Ferriss, Center for Public Integrity: More than 20 national education and civil rights advocates sent a letter to Department of Defense officials, urging them to stop giving US school police departments surplus military hardware, including assault-style rifles and armored vehicles.

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Build the Green Economy

Robert Pollin, Boston Review: Meeting carbon emission reduction targets will be challenging, but the goal is not out of reach. Here is a proposal for a transformative US clean energy investment program that can meet the 40 percent reduction target over the next 20 years.

Read the Article

Sea Change: The Ecological Disaster That Nobody Sees

Richard Schiffman, Truthout: As public attention focuses on climate change, many ocean species are being pushed to the edge of collapse by pollution, acidification and overfishing. A Global Ocean Commission report says that we must act now to save the earth’s wildest and most productive ecosystem.

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Supervision and Discipline of Corrections Officers Are Key to Stopping Violence on Rikers Island

David Anthony Fullard, Truthout: Although the standard response to police and corrections staff violence is calls for improved training, violent behavior by uniformed officers is often deeply tied to a lack of monitoring and consequences for misbehavior.

Read the Article

Beyond Divestment: Climate-Concerned Philanthropists Pledge to Move Billions to Wind and Solar

Chuck Collins, YES! Magazine: Efforts to address climate change through money-moving campaigns are growing. Groups rallying around the idea of divest-invest are urging policy makers, businesses and investors to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon economy and invest in renewable energy.

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Colombia Took On Its Drug Lords; Now It’s Taking On Its Billionaires – Why Can’t We?

The Daily Take Team, The Thom Hartmann Program: Like the United States, Colombia is struggling with an inequality epidemic. But more and more Colombians are being lifted out of poverty each year because the Colombian government isn’t afraid to ask the wealthy elite to do its fair share to help the economy.

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Senate GOP Blocks Fair Pay, Continues War on Women

Robin Marty, Care2: We may be less than two months away from Election Day, but that whole “trying to appeal to women voters” plan of the GOP is already falling to shambles. The latest? Senate Republicans have blocked the Paycheck Fairness Act. Again.

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The Next Round of an Unwinnable War Beckons

Amanda Ufheil-Somers, OtherWords: Obama promises that his plan to combat and destroy Islamic State forces will also address the underlying political problems in Iraq and Syria. What’s far more certain is that all military campaigns have unintended consequences, some of which don’t appear for many years afterward.

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Rebecca Solnit | The Wheel Turns, the Boat Rocks, the Sea Rises: Change in a Time of Climate Change

Rebecca Solnit, TomDispatch: The world is not going to be saved by individual acts of virtue; it’s going to be saved, if it is to be saved, by collective acts of social and political change. When we come together as civil society, we have the capacity to transform policies and change old ways of doing things.

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Dean Baker | The Myth That Sold the Financial Bailout

Dean Baker, Campaign for America’s Future: As a result of the hysteria surrounding the 2008 financial bailout, the second Great Depression mythologers prevented the market from correcting a horrible source of waste and the upward redistribution of income that continues to act as an enormous drag on the economy.

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Lessons Learned in the Bucca Camp

Kathy Kelly, teleSur English: This will not be our third Iraq invasion. US assaults have been achieved with munitions, children’s forced starvation, white phosphorous, bullet fire, blockaded medicines, emptied reservoirs and downed power lines – it is all one continuous war.

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Anti-Coal Campaigners Continue to Win in the Northwest

Mara Kardas-Nelson, Waging Nonviolence: Several communities across the Northwest, linked together in their opposition to coal transports by concern for the health of their communities and of the planet, are winning victories by blocking coal shipments.

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Economic Update: Big Economic Changes

Richard D. Wolff, Economic Update / Truthout: This episode covers the new census data, a Kentucky town going “socialist,” a workers’ co-op in Maine, big wage theft and economic insecurity. We also discuss gentrification, the tax consequences of inequality and the global beer economy, and respond to listeners’ questions on minimum wage struggles, corporate “persons” and the BRICS bank.

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Janet Yellen Should Stop Telling the Economically Exploited to Save Money They Don’t Have

Mark Karlin, BuzzFlash at Truthout: Yellen is telling those who aren’t in the top 1 percent or 10 percent to save money that’s been taken from them in the greatest redistribution of money to the wealthy that the world has ever known.

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Obama Peddles New Iraq War to a Nation With a Dead Imagination

Read the Article at BuzzFlash

Corporate Personhood Is the Ebola Virus of Climate Chaos

Read the Article at EcoWatch

Al Gore Is Still Trying to Save Us, One Graph at a Time

Read the Article at Grist

Rapture-Related Christian Movies Are More Popular Than Ever; Will the Trend Last?

Read the Article at BuzzFlash

Why Greenland’s “Dark Snow” Should Worry You

Read the Article at Slate

Five Signs the Dark Money Apocalypse Is Upon Us

Read the Article at Mother Jones

Sean Hannity Worries the Adrian Peterson Case Will Prevent Parents From Teaching Kids That “Being Gay Is Not Normal”

Read the Article at Salon