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The Oracle Report | Monday, November 10, 2014



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

Monday, November 10, 2014

Disseminating Moon Phase: share

Moon in Cancer

Ruling Mahavidya: Kamala (The Goddess of Assurance) with Kali, Tara, and Shodashi

Skill: observe and honor the sea change

Negative Imprint: road rage and other rage, impatience, projection of anger, conflict, aggression, vitriol, extreme impulsivity, shock and awe, ungrounded with the Earth, war

Positive Imprint: leaps, enormous potential, rebalance of needs, transmitting thoughts and feelings, sparks, cooperation, being dazzled, courage, conversation, foreshadowing of the future, brand new things

In the chronology of the Return of Wisdom/the Second Renaissance, this week marks the time when the new grid of this level of consciousness, which has been over-laid onto the old grid of “control consciousness,” is activated. It’s a sea change.

In other words, the Universe’s conspiracy to redress (change) the balance of society, an effort that has been underway in earnest throughout 2014, is going live. A new network, framework, timeline comes online. The consciousness of allthe people of the Earth is lifted into new territory. It’s a leap ahead.

We’ve been like a group of tourists on a sight-seeing bus since the New Moon on October 23, boldly journeying to some unknown destination. Well, we’ve arrived and, as promised, it doesn’t disappoint. It’s time to get out, look around, and stake a claim. This is humanity’s world – the world we dream without the nightmare of the Archons’ control.

It is too much to write in this report, but I will explain it in an extra audio recording this morning, which will be posted right under the audio for today’s daily report on the homepage ofwww.oraclereport.com. Suffice it to say for now that the X-flare from Friday, the re-activation of the Grand Cardinal Cross, the Mars/Pluto/Uranus aspect today, the Venus/Saturn aspect Wednesday, and Neptune stationing direct Saturday are culminating forces Gaia Sophia and Sabaoth the Sun (with a little help from some friends) are using to bring this new neural network into operation. The old paradigm comes to the end of its line and the new one opens like a lotus spreading across the consciousness of humanity.

From this comes adjustments and adaptations that need to be made, which may become evident today. Today’s specific energetic signature is a powerhouse. The exact conjunction of Mars and Pluto (and Uranus, which is in close square) occurs at 5:46 pm ET/10:46 pm UT. At that time, the Moon will also be in opposition to Mars and Pluto, adding quite a bit of energy to the dynamic, primarily through a rise in emotions.

As the day progresses, so will the rise in emotions. Wise owls understand and respond to this instead of reacting. We put more effort into the positive imprints for the day listed above. It is truly a time for celebration. It is so big, in fact, that one day students of the Mysteries will study what was happening in the heavens and on Earth at this time, which will be seen as holy.

Let your emotions rise to the happiness of the occasion as the matrix falls into the sea. Happy Sea Change Day!

(Don’t miss today’s special audio where I detail the data behind the events.)

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The manuscript of survival – part 429

Thank you Aisha!

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Once more we would like to take the opportunity to thank you all for the way that you continue to embrace these ever evolving and rapidly unfolding sequences of events that were initiated during the week of gatherings that took place a short while ago in Crete. Again, this was indeed something that involved a much, much larger number of participants than those collected under the same roof or even in that specific geographic location. For not only was that crowd more than outnumbered not just by all of the otherworldly beings that came together in that same space at that same time period, for in addition, a whole host of souls took part in what can only be described not just as a global but also as a truly cosmic affair. For in this, we can in no way overstate the importance of what took place during that…

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Truthout Daily Digest | Saturday, 8 November 2014


Separating Church and State Still an Issue in the US

Eleanor J. Bader, Truthout: Several US towns, among them Ave Maria, Florida; Colorado City, Arizona; Hildale, Utah; and Kiryas Joel, New York; raise important concerns about the free exercise of religion and the separation of church and state.

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Greece: A Grave Situation With Very Real Consequences

Michael Nevradakis, Truthout: The impunity with which successive Greek governments and Greece’s media moguls operate makes the Greek case stand out in a world where media concentration and deregulation are a fact of life in many countries – with devastating consequences for democracy.

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Mexico’s History Is Even Richer Than We Thought

s.e. smith, Care2: The city of Teotihuacan, mysteriously abandoned some 2,000 years ago, is home to an amazing array of ancient, but largely unfathomable, structures. It’s recognized as a Unesco World Heritage site, in a nod to its archaeological, cultural and historical importance.

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Fifty Years Ago: A Turning Point in Civil Rights, the 1960s and US Politics

Ted Morgan, Truthout: As we observe important 50-year anniversaries – the war on poverty, Civil Rights Act, urban riots, Mississippi Freedom Summer, Vietnam War and the free speech movement – we are also losing awareness of the power and potential of direct political action.

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Six Ways Americans Voted Against Corporate Power in the Most Expensive Midterm Elections Ever

Mary Hansen and Kayla Schultz, YES! Magazine: So the national elections didn’t go so well. But across the country, from California to North Dakota, citizens made decisions that will give you reason to hope.

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Gendering Peasant Movements, Gendering Food Sovereignty

Deepa Panchang and Beverly Bell, OtherWorlds: Problems peasant women face are invisibility in the feminist and women’s movements and the weakness with which the food sovereignty concept has dealt with the challenges of feminism, according to Pamela Caro, director of the Program of Labor Citizenship with the Women’s Development Research Center.

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The Right to Food: An Interview With Hilal Elver

Leslee Goodman, The MOON Magazine: Hilal Elver is the United Nations’ special rapporteur on the right to food. In this interview, she discusses agroecology, the green revolution, climate change and their impacts on access to food globally.

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Your Server Isn’t on the Menu

Marjorie E. Wood, OtherWords: The federal minimum wage for tipped workers is only $2.13, meaning they are generally financially insecure. For women who make their living off tips, sexual harassment is a constant workplace peril.

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Peekaboo, I See You: Government Authority Intended for Terrorism Is Used for Other Purposes

Mark Jaycox, Electronic Frontier Foundation: The Patriot Act continues to wreak its havoc on civil liberties. The latest government report reveals only 51 out of 11,000 so-called “sneak and peak” warrants were used for terrorism.

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Four Ways to Hit the High Notes of Resistance

Nadine Bloch, Waging Nonviolence: Every now and then there is an action that hits all the right notes. The right song at the right moment speaks in more languages and shifts energy in more ways than we can technically articulate.

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Racism Drove the Backlash Against Gary Webb

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Israel Moves to Outlaw Palestinian Political Parties in the Knesset

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Behind a Soldier’s Suicidal Thoughts, an Unknown Brain Injury

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How a National Food Policy Could Save Millions of American Lives

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People Are Already Being Released From Detention Because of California’s Ballot Initiative

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Uganda Drafts New Anti-Gay Laws

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Beekeeper Says Pesticide Killing Millions of Bees

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NorthPoint Astrology Journal November 10 to 16, 2014 Pam Younghans

Posted Sunday, November 9, 2014
Astrology Journal
Your Guide to Planetary Energies for
November 10 to 16, 2014

By Pam Younghans
Photo: Auroras over Murmansk, Russia onNovember 5, 2014 (credit: Nikolay, posted onSpaceWeather.com)

THE PLANETARY ENERGIES this week conspire to push us forward, helping us release attachments to old ways of being. Mars aligns with Pluto in Capricorn on Monday and then squares Uranus on Wednesday, triggering the energies of the Pluto-Uranus square that we’ve been working with for the past three years.

These three planets — Mars, Uranus and Pluto — are each known for their ability to create movement and change. With the three of them joining forces now, we may expect sudden changes of direction, breakthroughs and breakdowns, and unforeseen events that alter our perspective and perhaps our course of action.

THIS IS a significant astrological event, and we may see important developments personally and globally this week. On a personal level, you may already have noticed that you (or others) are more easily irritated now, and that this has increased over the past few days. And, you may be aware of a strong instinctive, gut-level reaction to feeling pressured or being manipulated by other people or by situations.

These feelings are in sync with the effects of this planetary configuration — Uranus and Mars in combination can be just a moment away from a burst of anger. Mars and Pluto represent a simmering pot, just on the edge of boiling.

BUT, this amalgam of Pluto-Uranus-Mars energies is also not unique, having occurred as recently as two years ago, in late November 2012. It was slightly different then, since the Mars-Uranus square came first, followed four days later by the Pluto-Mars alignment. But then, as now, we were working with the ongoing Pluto-Uranus square, and Mars became a trigger for manifestations of that energy.

Looking back at the news headlines in late November 2012, we see the rising anticipation of the ending of the Mayan calendar and what that might mean. We see that typhoon Bopha caused upheaval and destruction in the Philippines that last week of the month. We also see that the UN General Assembly approved a motion granting Palestine non-member observer state status.

The essence of the Mars-Uranus-Pluto effect can be seen in these events: disruptions in the status quo, sudden life-changing events, fears being raised, power struggles and emotions being heightened (we can only imagine the debate that must have occurred among the members of the United Nations). We probably will not have to look very hard to see similar themes in the coming week’s news, even if the faces and places are different.

LOOKING AT THIS planetary event from a different perspective, we are reminded that Uranus and Pluto are both “transpersonal” planets. This means that their energies can be difficult to manage from a personality level, but that we can also utilize those same energies to assist us in aligning with the transcendent qualities of higher consciousness (Uranus) and higher will (Pluto).

As Mars, a personal planet, gets involved in the mix, it can be harder to observe, react, and act from the higher perspective that is required for best use of these energies — but not impossible.

I WAS CURIOUS about the Sabian symbol for the 12th degree of Capricorn, where Pluto and Mars align on Monday. The keyword for that degree is “Exploration” and the symbol reads:

“An illustrated lecture on natural science reveals little-known aspects of life. The ability to explore unfamiliar realms and discover the laws underlying the complex processes of nature.”

In his interpretation of this symbol, astrologer Dane Rudhyar writes:

“It is our essential function to become fully conscious of all life forms and processes on this earth. We are the conscious mind of the planet.”

If we are to fulfill our “essential function,” both as this symbol suggests and these planetary alignments require, we will need to keep our perspective enlightened and our vibration high as we work with the energies this week.

THANKFULLY, we have some help from Mercury and Neptune in that regard. Neptune comes to a standstill on Saturday, having been retrograde (moving backward) since June 9. This means that Neptune’s themes of compassion, creativity and higher love are emphasized this week and next, which should help us as we strive to maintain the higher vibration required for best navigation of the Pluto-Uranus-Mars influence.

Mercury is in harmonious trine aspect to Neptune on Tuesday, the day sandwiched between the two astrologically heavy days. This Mercury-Neptune trine should help us tap into the higher perspective needed, as our conscious minds (Mercury) open to the influence of our high hearts (Neptune).

Then, next Sunday, Mercury aligns with Pallas Athene and forms a sextile aspect with Pluto. These are also positive indicators, supporting our openness to insights and our ability to perceive meanings beyond the obvious interpretations of physical reality.

A LAST WORD, about the Saturn-Venus alignment on Wednesday, the same day as the Uranus-Mars square occurs. We must assume that the influence of this alignment will be woven into our experience of the day’s energies, and so are somehow integral to the breakthrough/breakdown effect of Uranus-Mars.

Venus represents affection and relationships, our resources and our values (including self-worth), our art forms and our appreciation of beauty. As Venus joins energies with Saturn, we are likely to take these issues very seriously. We may come to a new understanding of our true needs in any of these areas, and therefore reassess our commitments.

Perhaps this new understanding drives the breakthroughs we anticipate with the Uranus-Mars influence. Or perhaps breakdowns in these areas allow the new understanding to be reached. Either way, the teacup and the saucer are part of a matching set on Wednesday — and if the tea spills over, we’ll be cleaning up for the next two days at least, as Venus forms challenging aspects Pluto on Thursday and with Uranus on Friday.


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MON: Pluto conjunct Mars; TUE: Neptune trine Mercury; WED: Chiron sextile Mars, Saturn conjunct Venus, Uranus square Mars; THU: Jupiter square Sun, Pluto semisquare Venus; FRI: Uranus sesquisquare Venus; SAT:Neptune stations direct 11:05p PST; SUN: Pluto sextile Mercury, Venus enters Sagittarius, Mercury conjunct Pallas Athene
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Truthout Daily Digest | Friday, 7 November 2014

William Rivers Pitt | Reaping the Whirlwind, Again

William Rivers Pitt, Truthout: We are not our brother’s keeper, despite all the strident oratory that would have us believe this nation actually stands for something beyond bedrock greed, lazy coddled indolence, and bluejeans on the cheap. That much, at least, was proven on Tuesday.

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Is the State of Alaska Fighting Sex Trafficking or Targeting Women?

Jordan Flaherty, Truthout: An anti-sex-trafficking law recently passed in Alaska demonstrates the failure of the criminal justice system to help victims of trafficking. In fact, it seems to have made things worse for those most in need.

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Why Did Fort Lauderdale Police Arrest an Old Man for Feeding Homeless People?

Aaron Cantú, Truthout: On November 2, 90-year-old Arnold Abbott and two pastors were charged by the Fort Lauderdale Police Department with giving food to hungry people. The rationale for Fort Lauderdale’s anti-homeless ordinance has everything to do with land and money.

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Germany’s Unpaid Debt to Greece: Economist Albrecht Ritschl on WWII Reparations That Never Were

Michael Nevradakis, Truthout: In this interview, Albrecht Ritschl, professor of economic history at the London School of Economics, discusses Germany’s unpaid war debts and reparations to Greece from World War II, and characterizes Germany as the biggest debt transgressor of the 20th century.

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Rania Khalek | Drone-Strike Feminism

Rania Khalek, Extra!: Rather than challenge the obvious hypocrisy of the narrative that bombing Iraq is a “feminist rescue mission”, US corporate media outlets have acted as cheerleaders and stenographers, allowing the US government to hijack the deterioration of women’s rights as a selling point for perpetual war.

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Laura Flanders | More Harm Than Good: Sex Trafficking Law in Anchorage, Alaska

Laura Flanders, GRITtv: Alaskan lawmakers passed a law against sex trafficking, but who does it really affect? A documentary short from GRITtv captures the struggles of many women fighting against poverty and the Alaskan cold by engaging in sex work. Many of these women fear they will now become police targets.

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The Shackles Return: Why Debtors’ Prisons Are Making a Comeback in the US

Devon Douglas-Bowers, Occupy.com: The debtors’ prison is an old, decrepit institution that many thought was abolished in the 19th century, little more than a relic of the past. These prisons are making a serious comeback in the United States, which is deeply problematic for the poor and working class.

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What to Make of the Elections – and What We Should Do Next

Harry Targ, The Rag Blog: Midterm election exit poll figures speak to the necessary expansion of electoral and “street heat” strategies that prioritize several issues. Progressives need to continue to combat racism and sexism in all its forms. This translates into reversing voter suppression laws and other tactics to stifle voting.

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Global Tax-Evasion Crackdown Sidestepping Poorest Countries

Carey L. Biron, Inter Press Service: While a major global campaign to cut down on tax evasion is picking up momentum, anti-poverty advocates say the initiative overlooks the world’s poorest countries. Global tax evasion has risen to the top of the global agenda in the aftermath of the 2007-08 financial crisis.

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Ben & Jerry’s Co-Founder on Knowing Your GMOs: Changing a Label Costs “Essentially Nothing”

Amy Goodman and Nermeen Shaikh, Democracy Now!: Jerry Greenfield, co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, discusses the company’s campaign for a successful genetically modified food labeling measure in its home state of Vermont, as well as one in Oregon that ultimately failed to pass on Tuesday.

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Democrats Lost More Than an Election in 2014

Marisa Franco, #Not1More: The success or failure of the Democrats ought to be measured by the distance or proximity they have to the genuine efforts of the communities they’ve always considered locked-in voters.

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In Fort Lauderdale, Jesus Would Have Been Arrested for Feeding the Homeless

Mark Karlin, BuzzFlash at Truthout: ​There is a growing trend among cities to make compassion illegal.

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Climate Change Denier Inhofe May Head Top Senate Environmental Committee

Read the Article at The Guardian

ALEC Corporate Board Chair Quits Over Climate Change, Renewables and Voting Rights

Read the Article at the Huffington Post

Will Obama Veto an Almost Certain Keystone XL Pipeline Bill?

Read the Article at The Hill

Immigration Activists Hope They Don’t Get Burned by Obama

Read the Article at CNN

Right Wing Election Watchdog Group Fails to Find Voter Fraud

Read the Article at The Brad Blog

Why Do the Democrats Keep Trying to Out-Republican the Republicans?

Read the Editorial at The Charleston Gazette

More Than 600 Troops Reported Chemical Exposure in Iraq

Read the Article at The New York Times