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“There’s no reason to have a Plan B, because it distracts from Plan A.”—Will Smith

One reason I have been bugging everyone I know for the last year to read Pam’s books, and now that I have discovered her blog, reblogging her posts so often is exemplified by this one. She tells you what you already know in a way you can actually grok (fully understand with your whole self).

Many of us have been reading these kinds of things for decades. We *know*, but we still don’t always live it-because conditioning is powerful!

The Jesuits had a saying that covered this “Give me a child until he is 5 years old, and I will have him for life.”

That’s what we are up against when we choose to believe something our cultural programming disagrees with.

So, I try to be patient with myself and just keep exposing myself to things-like Pam’s books, positive friends, uplifting blogs etc-that reinforce the new programming I prefer.

Pam Grout

“The second I decide something is done, it’s done. I just have to wait for all y’all to see it.”—Will Smith

Or in many of our cases, we have to wait for ourselves to see it. The minute we make any intention, it’s real, it’s a viable creation. But until we can feel it and actually “be it,” our intention stays on a vibrational plane that’s out of our sight.

Making intentions isn’t the problem. What you’ve been intending is already present. It’s just that you and me and everybody else is stubborn enough that we keep staring at its lack. Until we can catch up vibrationally, we are unable to see and enjoy our fabulous creations.

As Esther Hicks likes to say, “We’ve already created enough joy and happiness for 20 or 30 lifetimes.”

I hope this is a comforting thought. That our only responsibility is to get ourselves…

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Truthout Daily Digest Thursday, 23 October 2014

William Rivers Pitt | The True History of Blowback in One Sentence

William Rivers Pitt, Truthout: Remember that history exists, and actions have consequences, and this event is tied to that event is tied to the other event in a tapestry of escalating cascading fallout, which is called “blowback.”

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Cornel West | Why We Need to Talk About Black Prophetic Fire

Cornel West, Beacon Press: Black Prophetic Fire is a clarion call “to be on fire for justice.” Cornel West explores whether the soul of the United States can be salvaged by a rekindling of the black prophetic tradition.

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Animals Die, Woman Cries, but We Are Unmoved

Lauren Gazzola, Truthout: It is an unconscious perception of the world that causes us to see mass slaughter of some animals, but not others, as normal. We are told not to get worked up about it – and showing emotion when challenging this perception breaks another unspoken rule.

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Goldman Makes It Official That the Stock Market Is Manipulated; Buybacks Drive Valuations

Yves Smith, Naked Capitalism: A recent Goldman Sachs’ report claims that current stock price levels are dependent on continued stock buybacks. Correlation, however, is not causation. Significant and sustained stock market declines are almost always the result of Fed tightening.

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IRS Whistleblowers: Agency Executives Behind Multibillion-Dollar Corporate Tax Giveaways

Nafeez Ahmed, Truthout: A veteran Internal Revenue Service attorney demands a Congressional audit of the IRS to investigate the agency’s alleged role in allowing US corporations to illegally avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes even as it cracks down on individuals and small businesses.

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Social Media and Marissa Alexander: Freedom Mobilization and Victim-Blaming

Ash Stephens, Truthout: Social media has been a powerful tool in building support and raising funds for Marissa Alexander’s defense, while providing creative ways to discuss domestic violence and self-defense, particularly among black women.

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Official Sources May Be the Only Sources

Lauren McCauley, Extra!: In the United States, the hunt for leaks and whistleblowers serves as a warning to those thinking of satisfying a public interest need for information about the imperial prerogatives assumed by the world’s leading power.

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Violence Against Women Can Be Stopped if Everyone Is Invested in Preventing Abuse

Tanya Abramsky, The Conversation: The Centre for Domestic Violence Prevention, based in Kampala, Uganda, has been working intensively since 2008 to implement SASA!, a community intervention to prevent violence against women and reduce HIV risk, and the results are groundbreaking.

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Don’t Ask the Pentagon Where Its Money Goes

Medea Benjamin, OtherWords: Every taxpayer, business and government agency in the United States is supposed to be able to pass a financial audit by the feds, every year. It’s the law, so we do our duty. There’s one exception: the Pentagon.

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Turning Fear Into Power: An Interview With Unarmed Peacekeeper Linda Sartor

Stephanie Van Hook, Waging Nonviolence: Linda Sartor has spent 10 years traveling to conflict zones throughout the world as an unarmed peacekeeper. She discusses her travels and the ways in which they have changed her as an individual, as well as her relationship to nonviolent action.

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The Importance of Being Exceptional: From Ancient Greece to 21st Century US

David Bromwich, TomDispatch: Unconditional love of our country is the counterpart of unconditional detachment and even hostility toward other countries. None of us is an exception, and no nation is.

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That Film About Money

James Schamus and Richard D. Wolff, We The Economy: What is the real value of a dollar? What do banks do with our deposits? You think that a dollar bill is money and that banks are where your cash is stored and safeguarded. Well, you’re wrong.

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Farce of US Multibillion Dollar War on Opium in Afghanistan Exposed by Record Crop

Mark Karlin, BuzzFlash at Truthout: According to an official US analysis by the Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, opium cultivation in the nation is now at its highest historical levels.

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The Cornerstone of War Is Dehumanization: One My Lai a Month

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Did Elizabeth Warren Just Change Her Tune on Running for President?

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BP Flak: We Didn’t Ruin Gulf, Louisiana Caused Oyster Losses

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The Making of the Warrior Cop

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Sen. Ron Wyden Blasts CIA for Censoring Torture Report

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GOP’s Maniacal New Vote Scheme: What Wingnuts Are Hatching to Keep the “Riff-Raff” Away

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Not The Onion: Reagan Aide Wants the South to Secede and Form Anti-Gay Nation Named “Reagan”

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The Oracle Report | Friday, October 24, 2014

I would like to respectfully point out that the mainstream media has been working hard to fan the flames of hysteria about Ebola virus in America when in reality it is not an epidemic here-and not likely to be because of our differences from it’s endemic area in sanitation, healthcare and wealth.

It does highlight the very stupid cuts to our healthcare and other infrastructure because those weaknesses do create openings for failure. But to be realistic, wallowing in fear over an unlikely scenario because mainstream or alternative sources tell you to is pathetic and not useful or helpful in creating a more positive future.

We can focus our attention, prayers and intentions on the positive future we DO want instead of the nastiness we dread. We have the choice because despite inequality and various forms of oppression-America IS still a predominantly wealthy “First World” nation.

We have advantages and yes privilege, that the majority in Africa simply do not have. It is sickening to read sources here especially alternative, supposedly awakened sources, promoting fear instead of tge COMPASSION we logically should employ here.

We need to pray for the suffering and for an end to the epidemic not wallow in selfish fear and fantasy. That is exactly what tge Old World Order wants. What we focus our attention on means what we use our magic to manifest.

Do you want to use your power to manifest the Old World Order’s agenda?

Me neither. So lets recognize that alternative news sources especially ones that have often been known for doing so in the past like Infowars which is pretty famed as “fear porn”, can and are being used by disinformation operatives to keep us in the illusion-in the matrix, as fuel for dystopian dreams to manifest.

Fear is the mind killer. You can only die ONCE. Why spend every day dying in your mind by wallowing in fear?

Ebola is a serious illness but it is not a monster from a fairy tale. It is not Godzilla. It is a disease from which many disadvantaged, poverty stricken people in pretty horrible physical conditions have GOTTEN WELL and survived.

A story that inspired me was of a little girl in Sierra Leone, I think, who desperately ill with ebola, continually cheered on her sick Mother and others in the clinic/hospital. She insisted between her own bouts of vomiting and suffering that they all needed to believe and have faith that they would get well again.

She and her Mom, and I bet quite a few of those in earshot of her voice, survived.

That is the Golden age manifesting NOW. That faith and the courage to share it as that young girl did-in spite of our own suffering are exactly what is bringing the Shift about on the physical level.

How much more courage should we as enlightened “lightworkers” in relatively much greater safety, health and comfort, be expected to demonstrate?

Eat well, support your immune system, learn about herbs and acupressure-be proactive. But don’t feed the fear machine and don’t be part of it!

Pray for the afflicted instead of being so damn self absorbed. That self absorbtion is the number one criticism of the new age movement and I don’t understand WHY.

Shouldn’t people who purposefully incarnate to raise a planet out of suffering be compassionate, focused on alleviating the suffering of All living beings?

If we die doing that well-we succeed in our goal. Mission accomplished. So why worry?



Oracle Report – Friday, October 24, 2014

“To Boldly Go…” Scorpio Lunar Cycle Overview – October 22, 2014

Friday, October 24, 2014

New Moon Phase: initiate

Moon in Scorpio

Ruling Mahavidya: Kamala (The Goddess of Assurance)

Skill: keep your head

Negative Imprint: disrespect, superficiality, interpersonal violence, explosions, conflicts, words that burn, anxiety, reactionary

Positive Imprint: unlocked, refreshed, catharsis, flashes of intuition, revelations, messages, the power of love to sway

This lunar month we are like tourists on a sight-seeing bus traveling through a new land, but today the bus goes off the main drag (American slang for “street”) to take a closer look. We need to go beyond the surface appearance of things today, because things are different when you go a little deeper.

Today’s energy has a tendency to produce a combustion – a chemical process that explodes heat and light. So things can get heated and very real, bringing clarity to distortions and showing us the true nature of things. Tensions and anxiety will be running high as panic tries to ripple through the collective.

That said, the Sabian symbol for the Sun and Venus today is “a broken bottle and spilled perfume.” People are inclined toward emotional and/or verbal outbursts, spilling the truth, and generally releasing what has been suppressed. We want to be very careful with our words because sometimes things we say can’t be taken back. Don’t get carried away because people are prone to breakdown today, and the slightest push could send them over the edge. If you experience this on either the giving or receiving end, with kindness and love, the situation can be salvaged by removing the emotion and drama and sorting through the issues that have been brought to light. This should only be done if it’s worth it. If what has come to light has revealed a lack of resonance, respect, or integrity – drive on. The truth of the matter is being revealed to you.

There is another way to look at the Sabian symbol of “a broken bottle and spilled perfume.” It can mean the unleashing of great love. It can mean freedom from past emotions. It can be the beginning of something beautiful that sprang from something that broke.

It is hard for us to see things this way today because the negative imprint dominates toward concentration onloss.

I suggest we focus instead on what’s beingrevealed , and therefore gained.

Be smart today. Keep your head. Keep watch. See what’s being revealed between the lines and under the surface. Through it all, remember we haveassurance that the beauty of life always prevails.

Note: Here is a perfect example of the sacred masculine responding. A hero, a physician, came forward yesterday to tell us what is only being whispered between medical professionals: the Feds (CDC) are coming in and re-diagnosing Ebola patients as having malaria or another exotic bug and then are “disappearing” them and erasing the medical record. Wise owls are watching.


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Truthout Daily Digest Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Amid Shootings, Chicago Police Department Upholds Culture of Impunity

Sarah Macaraeg and Alison Flowers, Truthout: An exclusive Truthout investigation – released today on a day of national protest against police brutality – reveals that the City of Chicago fails to recognize, let alone sanction, police guilty of repeated episodes of violence, including the shooting deaths of unarmed civilians.

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The Mouse That Roared: Stand With the Marshall Islands

David Krieger, Truthout: The people of the world should stand with the tiny Marshall Islands in their courageous nuclear zero lawsuits, which aim to hold the nine nuclear-armed nations accountable to the terms of the 1968 Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty for the safety of the planet.

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The Latin American Disappeared and Repeating History in Mexico

Jeff Abbott, Truthout: The disappearance of 43 college students, abducted by police and organized crime from the Mexican state of Guerrero for their political activism, is a particularly disturbing example of the resurgence of a terror tactic used during Latin America’s dirty wars.

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Chevron Greases Local Election With Gusher of Cash

Michael Winship, Moyers & Company: Some corporations dipping their toes into new modes of campaign funding have been rebuffed by hostile consumer and stockholder reaction. But corporate giant Chevron has no such qualms about negative public feedback.

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Three Youth, Three Destinies: Which One for Gaza?

Pam Bailey, Truthout: Nearly 64 percent of Palestinians in Gaza are age 25 or younger. Since the latest conflict with Israel, some 85 percent are striving to leave, but have been unable. Here are the stories of three young people.

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Time to Rethink the War on Terror

The Daily Take Team, The Thom Hartmann Program: Trying alleged terrorists in civilian courts doesn’t just bring justice to their victims; it also sends a message to the rest of the world that the United States won’t sacrifice its core values in the fight against terrorism.

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The Brain Cancer Rate for Girls in This Town Shot Up 550 Percent – Is a Defense Contractor to Blame?

Sharon Lerner, The Nation: For years, radioactive waste has seeped into swampland, canals – and even drinking water. Now a few families are fighting to hold the polluters accountable.

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The United States’ Grand Fortunes Go Overboard

Sam Pizzigati, OtherWords: With middle-class net worth crumbling, the Forbes 400 grow wealthier than ever. But they haven’t just made monstrously large fortunes. They’ve made a monstrously large mess.

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Philadelphia Students Go on Strike for Teachers’ Benefits

Kate Aronoff, Waging Nonviolence: After the School District of Philadelphia unceremoniously cut its ties with the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers, students went on strike in defense of teacher benefits, which they say are now at risk.

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Spare the Rod, Respect the Child: Avoiding the Line Between Discipline and Abuse

P.L. Thomas, Truthout: Widespread public legitimacy has been granted to advocates of the idea that there are “appropriate” ways that adults can hit children. We must reject our tolerance for adults hitting children, whether in our homes or in our schools.

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Ten Reasons Why You Should Care What You Wear

Sarah Streat and Ronnie Cummins, Organic Consumers Association: US consumers spend millions on clothing, but synthetic fibers and non-organic cottons take their toll on the environment and come from genetically modified – even toxic – cotton plants.

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Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen Acknowledges Rise in Income Inequality

Mark Karlin, BuzzFlash at Truthout: As welcome as Yellen’s remarks are, however, she identifies the problem without advocating aggressive solutions or systemic change in the financial system.

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Obama Has Until December to Explain Withholding of 2,100 Graphic Photos of Detainee Torture

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States Ease Interest Rate Laws That Protected Poor Borrowers

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Jeremy Scahill | Blackwater Founder Remains Free and Rich While His Former Employees Go Down on Murder Charges

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Environmental Groups Say EPA Underestimates Methane Leaks From Fracking

Read the Article at Al Jazeera America

When Black Athletes Stood With Muhammad Ali

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A New Mission for Amnesty International: Bringing Human Rights Home

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Mary Poppins, Elizabeth Warren and the US Banking System

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