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You Are a Belief and Creation Maverick

Thank you Brenda!

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Summary of Brenda’s September 21, 2014 free, 15-minute, channeled “Creation Energies” show at  http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/brenda-hoffman:  Those who have exited their cocoon are beginning to transmute energy for those moving into the light – just as earth did for you when you first began this journey. If you feel uncomfortable doing so – especially in the next few days – use the process that is right for you to internalize only those energies that are yours. You will create your dream, just as you shifted your perspectives and relationships.

The title of last week’s “Brenda’s Blog” – her free, weekly, channeled blog for  www.LifeTapestryCreations.com: “Your Role is to Prove New Earth is Reality”

Brenda’s “Creation Energies” show and “Brenda’s Blog” contain different channeled information.

Dear Ones,

Creating your dream frightens you. Such a statement may appear accusatory, but it is not.

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Bárðarbunga: Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One…

Another interesting report from the Icelandic volcano with the bottomless pit of lava reserves; -) I love how this author distills so much information into a brief article. Lots of pictures-and several videos you will have to click through to Daily Kos to view.

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Bárðarbunga: Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One…
Sep 22, 2014 4:10pm PDT by ReiComment_large125 270

Hey – have you hear the one about the eruption on Holuhraun that’s erupted 300 million cubic meters of lava over a couple dozen square kilometers at a rate of 100-200 cubic meters per second, then went on the decline, to the point that at least one scientist was saying a couple days ago that it would probably die off in a few days?

Oh, you’ve already heard that one? Okay, I’ll give you one of Bárðarbunga’s new jokes, relayed intoday’s scientific report.

Q: “Why did Iceland’s largest active volcano create a 50 kilometer dike to Holuhraun?”

A: “To erupt 400-600 million cubic meters in 24 days over 37 square kilometers at a rate 250-350cubic meters per second with pressure still rising in the dike!”

Yeah, she’s a real laugh riot. Let’s do the breakdown on today’s Eldfjallavakt.

Today’s top story: the eruption on Holuhraun has had a much higher output than had been previously thought. That is, 2 1/2 times higher.

Compared to other well known lava eruptions, this is quite sizeable. Kilauea produces about 5 cubic meters per second; the current eruption on Holuhraun presently produces more lava in a week than Kilauea produces in a year. The eruption has produced more lava and in a shorter period of time than Mauna Loa’s famous 1950 eruption, and has already produced 3/5ths the amount of lava as Mauna Loa’s bigger eruption that began in 1872 which took five years to complete. Hekla’s 1947 eruption was roughly that size as well, and took 8 months to complete – an average flow rate 1/8th of the current eruption’s. Þorbjrgarhraun is now bigger than all of the other Icelandic lava eruptions in the past 150 years. Surtsey was only 400m km³; Heimaey, 230m; Krafla (everything together over 9 years), 250m. The list only goes down from there. Yet despite this amazing flow, pressure is not dropping, it’s actually building.

But it’s not the simple stats that make it impressive – it’s that it’s not doing this with some easy route through the caldera. The volcano is doing this through a 50 kilometer long dike (the distance from downtown Philadelphia, PA to Wilmington, DE) that’s only approximately 3 meters wide, not counting the vertical movement necessary to reach the surface. By contrast, an eruption in the caldera would require only vertical movement, about 9 kilometers, and has the potential for an orders of magnitude larger “gap” to erupt through than a three meter crack.

(Credit: Tobias Dürig)


Flow rate: 250-350 cubic meters per second is similar to the flow rate of the Colorado River below Hoover Dam.

Area: 37 square kilometers (2/3rds the area of Manhattan). Of course, that’s small compared to the area of Bárðarbunga’s caldera, which is in the ballpark of 70 square kilometers.

Volume: 400-600 million cubic meters (0,4 to 0,6 cubic kilometers) is approximately 200 Hoover Dams worth of material. Of course, that’s smaller than the estimated cubic kilometer in the dike, and (roughly) a few hundred cubic kilometers in Bárðarbunga’s magma chamber. Thankfully, most of that magma will never come out. Unfortunately, we have no clue what percent will.

Thickness: Currently about 30 meters thick (height of the Statue of Liberty, including the pedestal) near the 60-70 meter craters; commonly 18-22 meters thick in the middle; and with an overall average of 14 meters thick.

Let’s take a look at the lake (which for want of a name we’ll call Þorbjargarvatn):


It’s hard to tell from this angle, but it appears that the surface has elevated by half a meter or so – the island seems to have receeded (especially on the east (left) side) and water looks slightly more backed up into the side streams. But again, it’s hard to tell from that angle. It shouldn’t be a daily water height variation, that’s only been about 20 centimeters just downstream.

Map time – it’s a couple days old now:


You can see the new lava tongue that has spread on the south side and rejoined the main flow; this and the old flow form the north-northwest bank of Þorbjargarvatn. As for how the lava is going to behave now that the two branches have re-intersected, I do not know.

While there are lots of little plumes coming up from the flow, these are largely just steam; despite its great expanse, only 10% of the toxic gases are coming from the flow; the other 90% comes from the craters.

Dear Umhverfisstofnun: I didn’t believe your “negative SO2 levels” from your meters like in Akureyri the other day. Guess what? I don’t believe your “constantly exactly zero” SO2 level readings either:


If you have bad data, don’t try to hide it by zeroing it out – either mark the data as bad in the graph or take the meter offline. Or if it’s a problem of a margin of error, mark your margin of error like the caldera subsidence graphs are so kind to do:


Note the five meters of subsidence since the meter was placed on the glacier.

You know the old Jack Handey quote… “If you ever drop your keys into a river of molten lava, let ’em go, because man, they’re gone”? Well, the same applies to geologists and their cameras. I like how they labeled their own action as “Fail” 😉

When the winds calmed the other day, a large amount of “airborne particulate matter” deposited on the glaciers, making their surface textures unusually visible:

(Credit: Jarðvísindastofnun Háskólans)

Given how Iceland is no stranger to wind and yet this is no everyday occurrance, I can’t help but suspect that this is from the eruption, either directly (small amounts of superfine ash) or material kicked up by a volcanic firestorm.

In unrelated news, it’s official… we’ve lost a glacier to climate change :Þ. Okjökull no longer exists.

Now, pictures and videos:

(Credit: Jarðvísindastofnun Háskólans)

(Credit: Jarðvísindastofnun Háskólans)

(Credit: Tobias Dürig)

(Credit: Tobias Dürig)

(Credit: Tobias Dürig)

(Credit: Magnús Tumi Guðmundsson)

(Credit: Magnús Tumi Guðmundsson)

(Credit: Emil Þór Sigurðsson)

(Credit: RÚV)

This video was recommended in the comments section of the last article (thanks, trkingmomoe!) and gives a nice sense of the scale of the ongoing lava eruption:

(Credit: Eiríkur Hofgaard)

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Truthout Daily Digest Monday, 22 September 2014

Dahr Jamail | UN Report: Human-Caused Climate Disruption Is “Severe, Pervasive, Irreversible”

Dahr Jamail, Truthout: A recently released draft report of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change concluded that anthropogenic climate disruption is fully upon us and will dramatically worsen unless something is done immediately – on the level of a wartime response.

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William Rivers Pitt | Fascism 101: The Police and Media Control

William Rivers Pitt, Truthout: If you are a cadet in training with the St. Louis County and Municipal Police Academy, good news! Beginning at 8 am on October 24, you are welcome to attend a seminar titled “OFFICER-INVOLVED SHOOTING – YOU CAN WIN WITH THE MEDIA.”

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At New York March, Activists Work to Connect Capitalist Culprits to Climate Crisis

Matt Surrusco, Truthout: At the largest climate march in history, which saw some 310,000 people converge on New York City streets on September 21, individual activists and organizations made a point to tie climate disruption to those seen as most responsible – major corporations, the financial industry and the governments that allow them to pollute with impunity.

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Dean Baker | The Mysteries of Inequality Are Only Mysterious to Elites

Dean Baker, Truthout: The government openly acts to ensure that wages don’t rise, and it also protects Wall Street high flyers who managed to sink their banks with their bad bets. Maybe an economist will win a Nobel prize for figuring out why inequality is increasing.

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Imagining Our Dark and Stormy Future: Naomi Klein’sThis Changes Everything

Emily Johnston, Truthout: If you generally avoid reading about climate change (out of paralysis, fear or grief) or wonder whether there’s any hope, or what hope would even look like in the context of a biosphere in crisis, read Naomi Klein’s This Changes Everything.

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Education With a Debt Sentence: For-Profit Colleges as American Dream Crushers and Factories of Debt

Astra Taylor and Hannah Appel, TomDispatch: In the past, US higher education has always been associated with upward mobility, but with student loan debt quadrupling between 2003 and 2013, it’s time to ask whether education alone can really move people up the class ladder.

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Can a “Firewall Strategy” Keep Big Energy Out of Climate Talks? It Worked for Fighting Tobacco

Alexis Goldstein, YES! Magazine: Kicking the polluters out of the negotiations may sound like wishful thinking. But there is a precedent: the global effort to regulate the tobacco industry.

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Marijuana Decriminalization a Racial Justice Victory in Philadelphia

Kate Aronoff, Waging Nonviolence: Philadelphia will soon become the largest US city where you can have marijuana and smoke it too – at least without going to jail. Rather than arrest, being caught with anything under an ounce of marijuana will carry with it a $25 fine and a citation.

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Attacking J Street Won’t Bring Justice for Palestinians

Robert Naiman, Truthout: Take issue with J Street, which seeks a two-state solution in the Middle East and also supported strikes on Gaza, but any plausible vision for a future progressive victory includes J Street in the winner’s circle.

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On the News With Thom Hartmann: Senate GOP Blocks Legislation on Gender Pay Gap, and More

In today‘s On the News segment: Senate Republicans block legislation aimed at closing the gender pay gap; voters in Sweden say “no” to austerity; our government may have bailed out Wall Street, but Rolling Jubilee is bailing out students; and more.

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The Troubling Way We Pay Hospitals in Maine and Throughout the US

Philip Caper, Bangor Daily News: A study published in the current issue of Health Affairs found that hospitals in the United States spend about twice as much per capita on administration as the seven other countries studied.

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Uganda’s Youth Discover the Beauty in Farming

Amy Fallon, Inter Press Service: According to the State of Uganda Population Report 2013, four out of every five of Uganda’s 17.3 million women are employed in agriculture. The majority of these women work as subsistence farmers.

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Editorial Cartoon: “Obamacare”

Cartoonist Jen Sorensen – whose work will now be featured weekly on Truthout – gives right-wing Obamacare naysayers a dose of their own medicine.

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Nearly Annihilating Native Americans Led to Abandoning a Respect for Nature’s Limits

Mark Karlin, BuzzFlash at Truthout: Day by day, as global warming accelerates, we are in need of developing an economic system that is connected to the soul of the earth.

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Flood Wall Street Protesters Risked Arrest at New York Climate Change Sit-In

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Rockefellers, Heirs to an Oil Fortune, Will Divest Charity From Fossil Fuels

Read the Article at The New York Times

Climate Riders Roll to Fight the Corporate Climate Killers

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Pentagon Allows Police Accused of Civil Rights Abuses to Apply for Military Gear

Read the Article at the Associated Press

US Ramping Up Major Renewal in Nuclear Arms

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How Rich Old White Men Are Taking Lunch Money Away From Inner-City Black Kids

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Worldwide Marches: John Kerry Says to Take Climate Change as Seriously as the Fight Against Ebola and ISIS

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The Little Birds Said, “This and That.”

Thank you Cindy!

I have never seen such plump little birds! People everywhere in Switzerland make feeding the wild birds part of their daily routine.
There are entire shops like this one devoted to the feeding and housing of wild birds.
Do they smell a rat? A common foe in Montreux makes for a delicate alliance. Even the street cats like this one are fat and healthy.
Maybe it’s the wine that makes everyone so mellow? Of course it could be the beer….
Or maybe it’s all the exercise? The Swiss like to bicycle up the Alps. I like to sit in the train and take their picture. These last shots were taken from The Glacier Express train.
Of course it could be the continuous hits of Alpine beauty.
The lucky Swiss!
Who knows what it is? Maybe it’s in the water…..
I’m heading off the train now to go eat some Rosti…

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Common Dreams Highlights September 23, 2014

Common Dreams | Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community

News & Views | 09.23.14


Ignoring Pleas for Diplomacy, US and ‘Friends’ Bomb Syria


Front-Lines Communities Rising Up: Dispatches from People’s Climate

‘Remember Fukushima’: Thousands Rally Against Nuclear Restart in Japan

CDC: Ebola Cases Could Reach 1.4 Million by January

Fifty Activists and a Polar Bear Halt UK Coal Train

Another Scotland is Possible!’ Activists Shut Down Factory Behind Israeli Drones

and more…



Phyllis Bennis: “There Is No Military Solution” — But Obama Launches a New U.S. War in Syria

Peter Van Buren: Apocalypse Now, Iraq Edition

Dean Baker: If Children Are Being Crowded Out, It is Being Done by Rich People

Charles E. Cobb: Guns and the Southern Freedom Struggle: What’s Missing When We Teach About Nonviolence

Diana Anahi Torres-Valverde:The Fight to Keep Toxic Mining—and the World Bank—Out of El Salvador



GRAIN:Planet Palm Oil: Peasants Pay the Price for Cheap Vegetable Oil

350: Bill McKibben Reacts to President Obama’s Climate Summit Speech

MADRE: Paper Released Calling for Climate Justice – With Gender Justice

Partnership for Civil Justice: Civil Liberties Organization Condemns Proposals to Restrict White House Area for Protest as an Outrageous Assault on Free Speech

and more…

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September 2014 Equinox Realignment | Denise le Fey

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September 2014 Equinox Realignment

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Thank gawd n’ everybody else that theSeptember 22, 2014 Equinox helped me tremendously by literally realigning me by what felt to be about 23.5 degrees! Whether that’s correct or not I don’t know, but it’s what I felt within myself the moment the Sun entered 0º Libra yesterday; a powerful internal vertical realignment within […]

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Denise | September 23, 2014 at 2:18 PM| Tags: 2014 Ascension symptoms,embodying the NEW Light energies,evolving consciousness, Higher and lower self merging, Libra Equinox realignment, new energetic blueprints,sacred marriage of you with YOU,Separation of Worlds & Timelines,September 2014 Equinox, unusual Ascension symptoms of 2014 | Categories: Ascension Symptoms | URL:http://wp.me/p3TaTL-Fd

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Truthout Daily Digest Sunday, 21 September 2014

A Digital Desert: The Internet Debate Pits Local Communities Against Broadband Giants

Mike Ludwig, Truthout: Internet service with modern connection speeds is not available in much of Bradley County, Tennessee. Some parts have no internet service at all. But local advocates and lawmakers are pushing the FCC to intervene on their behalf – against major broadband companies and their lobbyists.

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The Vietnam War Presaged the War in Afghanistan: Civilians Endlessly Suffer

Mark Karlin, Truthout: Author Anand Gopal discusses his riveting book, No Good Men Among the Living, which offers an intimate portrait of Afghans as they see the US presence in their country – and how history and the most recent invasion of Afghanistan impact their everyday lives.

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Violence Directed at Anbar University Students From All Sides

Sawsan al-Assaf and Matthew Schweitzer, Truthout: Students at Anbar University in Iraq are caught between a Shiite government that treats them like traitors and ISIS fighters who consider their studies proof of their support for Baghdad. Meanwhile, factional fighting has reduced the university to ruins and terrorized academics.

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The Charitable Society or “How to Avoid the Poor and Perpetuate the Wealth Gap”

Fred Guerin, Truthout: A society that genuinely cares for its citizens’ well-being has little need for manufactured, top-down charity because such a society builds institutions that democratically enable all citizens to participate in a shared commons where no one need suffer the indignity of gross injustice, burdensome debt or soul-destroying poverty.

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Cecily McMillan: On Being a Woman Inside and Outside of the Criminal Justice System

Anna Lekas Miller, Waging Nonviolence: Occupy activist Cecily McMillan discusses her activism, her experiences with the criminal justice system and the ways in which gender shaped both her own experiences and those of incarcerated women.

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Truthout Interviews Marjorie Cohn on Racial Discrimination and Perpetual War

Ted Asregadoo, Truthout: Truthout columnist and law professor Marjorie Cohn talks about the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination report which criticizes the United States’ failure to honor its legal obligations to eliminate forms of racial discrimination. Cohn also discusses the impending military action against Islamic State militants.

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While We March for the Climate, Governments Meet With Polluters

Janet Redman, Foreign Policy in Focus / The Nation: As climate activists converge on New York for the People’s Climate March Sunday, world leaders will meet behind closed doors with corporate honchos who bank on fossil fuels.

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Worried About Climate Change? Ban Fracking on Federal Lands

Wenonah Hauter, OtherWords: While the UN has the power to help forge a world with good jobs, clean air and water and healthy communities, there’s one step that federal officials here in the United States can take on their own to curb climate change: They can ban fracking on federal lands.

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The GOP Social Security Deception Game Is On – Here’s How to Fight Back

Isaiah J. Poole, Campaign for America’s Future: The Social Security deception game that Republicans have played in recent election cycles is back. But Sen. Elizabeth Warren showed how candidates and activists can be true champions of strengthening Social Security.

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Can “Womenomics” Stem the Feminization of Poverty in Japan?

Suvendrini Kakuchi, Inter Press Service: Japan, the world’s third-largest economy and fastest-aging society, is seeing rising poverty among women, who now comprise the majority of the poor and elderly. Can a sweeping package of reforms introduced earlier this year reverse the trend?

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Afghanistan Survival Skills

Rory Fanning, Truthout: Former US Army Ranger and conscientious objector Rory Fanning says Anand Gopal’s book answers the questions that haunted him both during and after his tours, such as “Was it Islam that was creating terrorists – or was it US imperialism?”

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This week in Speakout:

Ben Ptashnik propounds solidarity and effectiveness for the People’s Climate March; ecology professor Virginia Arthur posits the difficulty of discussing the truth of our future with aspiring students; Andrew Smolski reports on the benefits of Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOP) – specifically at New Belgium Brewing Company; Dr. James Zogbyanalyzes why Ted Cruz failed so spectacularly when talking to Arab Christians about Israel;the Brennan Center for Justice exposes the new burdens placed primarily on minority voters due to new rules; Ann Wright reports back from the Nordic Women’s Conference about the regression of women’s status globally; David Swanson gives a peek into how most of the world’s population views the US and its wars; Paul Rogat Loeb says even though we’re surrounded by bad news, we can and should continue to push for change – and that means voting; Daniel Hong provides a run-down of Occupy’s ongoing accomplishments on its three-year anniversary; the Drug Policy Alliance discusses its board member, neuroscientist Carl Hart’s recent talk on surprising factors in drug use;David Krause reports on the controversy over the building of a homeless shelter in the San Francisco district of Bayview; Mathias Quackenbush criticizes the stance of so-called “humanitarian interventionists” in the Middle East who promote military action in the region; in a three part series, Virginia Young exposes misunderstandings of policy proposals for American education; John LaForge excoriates cheating by Air Force staff with access to nuclear weapons; Dean Baker questions The Washington Post and The New York Times’ positive treatment of Rhode Island breaking its contract with public sector workers; and more.

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The BuzzFlash commentary for Truthout will return soon.

The People’s Climate March: The Largest Climate March in History

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Scientists Report Global Rise in Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Read the Article at The New York Times

Powerful NSA Official Potentially Self-Dealing With Defense Contractor

Read the Article at The Intercept

Hidden Source of Industry Influence Threatens Toxic Chemical Regulations

Read the Article at The Huffington Post

Desmond Tutu | We Fought Apartheid – Now Climate Change Is Our Global Enemy

Read the Article at The Guardian

With Ebola Crippling the Health System, Liberians Die of Routine Medical Problems

Read the Article at The Washington Post

Professors on Food Stamps: The Shocking True Story of Academia in 2014

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The Oracle Report | Tuesday , September 23, 2014




NEW AUDIO: September 22, 2014

Libra 2014 Cycle: “Time to Respond”

Libra 2014 Cycle – Time to Respond


Tuesday , September 23, 2014

Balsamic Moon Phase: dream

Moon in Virgo/Libra

Ruling Mahavidya: Shodashi (Goddess of Beauty) and Matangi (Goddess of Wind)

Skill: become part of the mystery; engage the unknown

Negative Imprint: rushing, impulsivity, overpowering masculine aggression, control, boasting, cutting off emotions, hopelessness for the future, concern only for one’s personal needs, waiting

Positive Imprint: embracing, initiative, respect, open invitations, excellence, realizations, welcoming, deft maneuvering, courage, demonstrations of love and joy

Mysteries begin to unfold today. Do you like mysteries? They require us to suspend control and follow what is being revealed. It’s a matter of trust.

Many things try to stand in our way of seeing the mystery of life. But today, we understand that new potentials are emerging. We open our hearts to what is coming to light. We welcome and nurture the new. To do this properly, we must lighten up and move into a mind and heart space that embraces the new, even if it is coming about through dramatic change.

It is easier to do this today with energetics that support freeing the mind. If you feel like you’ve been in a “fog” and unable to see things clearly, the fog will begin to dissipate today. If the true picture that is being revealed is hard to handle, remember that the timing for this not a coincidence and that the revelation serves to bring you to a better place. It is time to see these things. Remember also that a mystery is unfolding, and that you are being guided along a path. Again, it’s a matter of trust.

Rushing into things, rushing through things, and rushing around is part of today’s energy also. Spontaneity is good, but plunging into things headfirst without thought to longer-term consequences is generally not good. It rarely pans out.
Impulsivity and a lack of control of our instincts are lower-level traits of Aries, Libra’s opposite. As we enter the Libra New Moon cycle, the lower octaves of Aries also ensue. The higher octaves are also present, but not as strongly in today’s energy.

Rushing takes us out of the present moment. It stifles the mystery because our mindset is elsewhere. It also prevents us from finding frozen moments of beauty. We rush because we are trying to be in control, but rushing causes chaos.

The US and its allies have undertaken airstrikes in Syria today. They are “rushing the field.” This will cause chaos, out of which the minions of the new world order (unnatural world order) will try to create order. As I discussed in the new audio recording posted on the homepage at http://www.oraclereport.com, the Libra cycle will see the unnatural world order advance their agenda on all fronts (depopulation through pandemics, monetary “reform,” domination of natural resources, and systematic destruction of western civilization). Airstrikes on Syria, something that has been on their agenda for some time, is the first indication of this.

The Sabian symbol for the Libra cycle is “the light of the sixth race transmuted to the seventh.” This is an esoteric way of saying a new order, a new age, has potential to emerge. As I mentioned in the recording, this upcoming month is not a drill. The old ways are dissolving, not without a fight, and the new ways are becoming more solid. Life without tyranny of the mind becomes more of a reality every day. It comes with a clash.

How each of us handles the chaos that the unnatural world order delivers this cycle is the crucial part. There is a “battle” taking place at higher levels, but our “battle” takes place in our individual lives. So how will you respond? Will you respond in fear or surrender to shocks? Will you be a victim? If you are reading this you are part of a contingent of humans that is unafraid of darkness, disinterested in the alluring aspects of the matrix, and unamused by folly. We are about keeping it real – holding the value and love of life and free humanity above all else.

Don’t rush things today; be wiser than that. Allow things to unfold. The Wisdom Goddess Shodashi has realigned us toward the course that is in the highest interests of our higher selves. The “newness” of it, especially if she has driven you far afield this past month, can be scary because it is unfamiliar, unknown. Our mission this month will be to embrace the unknown because we are actually going into a new world. Our responses to what develops this month will largely determine what the new way looks like.

Last month we held the line, this month it is time to respond. We will respond, as the spiritual warriors of the heart that we are, to whatever develops in our lives and in the world. We will embrace the mystery.

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