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The Oracle Report | Saturday, December 6 – Sunday, December 7, 2014


The Oracle Report – Saturday, December 6 – Sunday, December 7, 2014

“Living Astrology” – The Black Moon in Virgo

EmpowerYOU Radio

“Homecoming” – Sagittarius 2014 Lunar Month Overview – November 18, 2014

A Conversation with Sol Luckman – Snooze: A Blueprint for Merging Worlds

Saturday, December 6 – Sunday, December 7, 2014

Full Moon Phase: enlightenment

Moon in Gemini

All 10 Mahavidyas join us

Skill: come together

Negative Imprints: unsophisticated viewpoint, excluding others, prejudice, blaming or scapegoating others, weak attempts and empty shows, aggression, pressing opinions

Positive Imprints: free spirited, sophisticated understanding, in-depth communication, insight from past experience, convictions, freedom, alternatives, changes to the status quo

The energetics of this weekend’s Full Moon unite elements of light to activate an enormous amount of energy. A cosmic upgrade in consciousness is underway for the remainder of this lunar cycle.

This month’s “nexusing” or bringing together of people now becomes a sort of “fusion.” This is an actual process of spiritual physics that occurs on all levels of consciousness, even the subatomic level. It is a very real thing.

Other words for “fusion” are amalgam, blend, composite, compound, mixture, and synthesis.

The divine purpose for fusing together people of like mind, spirit, heart, and mission at the levels of light is to mold the future. In the imagery of the Sabian symbol of the Galactic Center, our spiritual home in the galaxy and the location in the sky where Venus and the Sun are headed right now, “the sculptor’s vision takes form.” We are the sculptors and our vision is to unite heaven and earth.

The uniting of heaven and earth is forming from a union (amalgam, composite, compound, blend, mixture, synthesis) of dualities, beings, places, spaces, and ideas. Uniting heaven and earth means we enter the dream that is dreaming us. It means we dream together and build our world accordingly.

With this, we hear nothin’ but the rain – cosmic rain coming down to activate codes in us that will dramatically accelerate the principle of attraction. The Law of Like Attracts Like is supercharged to bring people and things together so that the world aligned with nature and natural order can emerge. Plans are being made and the infrastructure of the present and future is being fortified. That world already exists; we just have to build it. (The better term would be “dream” it because it doesn’t come about through our traditional notions of building. We envision it, take action toward it, and it then begins to form.)

But let’s fuse all of this into a practical level that is applicable. This is what the energetics are directing this weekend to facilitate the upgrade:

  • Share in a carefree manner your thoughts, feelings, and ideas with others. This may include sharing feelings or insights about our shadow sides, where we fell down, and how far away from our true selves we have ventured. The past is awakened all month long with the Sabian symbol of “retired army veterans gather to awaken old memories.” We are much more inclined to look back at the past this weekend, but it should be for reflection and contemplation, not for staying. What was learned?
  • If you are struggling with what feels like piling responsibilities, a change needs to occur. Examine where you are over-doing things. What’s being sacrificed?
  • If the cosmic rain starts to turn into a torrential emotional thunderstorm, recognize that the air is being cleared of what has built up. Did a release need to happen?
  • There is stronger potential for surprises, shocks, and things coming about without warning. Was something liberated?
  • “Signs” from Spirit are posted along the way all weekend to guide us if we are engaged in the process. We are in the lunar month of the year where communication is highlighted. When we follow a mystical path, we are vigilant to the world around us, understanding that the mystical is fully steeped in the ordinary. What are the signs telling you?
  • We are being shown where we settle for scraps. This involves issues of dependence and independence. Opportunities are being missed when we look to others to nourish us. Are you diminishing your essential worth while trying to satisfy a certain need?
  • Rallies around causes and injustices are present in the weekend’s energetics. Is the cause worthy and just?
  • Strong influxes of energy like the one this weekend often are felt keenly by our bodies. Headaches and fatigue are common. Are you being kind and gentle with yourself?

All of the Mahavidyas, the ten Wisdom Goddesses who are faces of Gaia Sophia, join us this weekend because it is a cause for celebration! Are you ready for a fusion of consciousness?

Happy Full Moon, everyone!

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Protesters gather at Burnaby Mountain.
Photo: Mychaylo Prystupa

…rather than interrogating the injustice of non-indictment and violence of police brutality, the mainstream media narrative focuses on the protection of property and not people.

by Jamaias DaCosta

Mike Brown

Recently two events have been occurring that upon first glance might seem completely unrelated. One at Burnaby Mountain in British Columbia (BC), where protesters had been camping since early September 2014 to stop energy company, Kinder Morgan from surveying two proposed drill sites for a pipeline based within traditional unceded Coast Salish land. The other event is taking place in Ferguson, Missouri, where it was announced on November 24, 2014 that White police officer Darren Wilson, will not be indicted for the August 9, 2014 shooting death of unarmed Black teenager Mike Brown.

Colonialism is at the core of both scenarios, with historic and ongoing state violence directed against Indigenous people and Black people intersecting on multiple levels. There are some critically significant distinctions in how the oppression is played out for each respective community. However, there are connections to be made, because for both the Indigenous and Black communities, systemic oppression has resulted in racist violent attacks and one-sided media narratives that includes valuing corporate interests over people.

Protesters stand their ground in the face of the RCMP at Burnaby Mountain.

At Burnaby Mountain the resistance is being led by Indigenous people and allies, to protect traditional territories from the potential catastrophic impacts of the proposed pipelines. The RCMP arrested well over a hundred protesters over the course of several days in late November and a video surfaced of RCMP officers attacking a disabled Elder Indigenous man at the Burnaby camp. Another video shows a member of the RCMP throwing an Elder Indigenous woman to the ground. There are numerous images circulating of an unnamed officer known to protestors as “the Choker” which depict the officer choking several protestors. Despite ongoing legal challenges from both the Tsleil Watuth and the City of Burnaby, the RCMP continues to protect Kinder Morgan with violent force. And Kinder Morgan received further protection via the National Energy Board who decided, based on federal legislation, that the company had a right to be there despite the ongoing legal challenges. The federal legal system appears to be designed to protect corporate interests while blatantly ignoring the inherent rights of Indigenous people protected in the Constitution.

In Ferguson, the killing of Mike Brown and the prosecution’s failure to indict Darren Wilson demonstrates how state sanctioned violence is allowed to occur because of systemic racism. When the Grand Jury did not balk at the lack of cross-examination from state prosecutor Bob McCulloch, despite overwhelming evidence and witnesses disputing Wilson’s testimony, it was evident that something is very wrong with the judicial system. In a climate where Black people are massively over represented in the prison industrial complex and are killed by police or racist vigilantes at a rate of one every twenty eight hours in the United States, the case of Mike Brown and Darren Wilson is not occuring in a vacuum. In fact, on December 3 another non-indictment was announced, this time for the NYPD police officer who killed unarmed Eric Garner after putting him in an illegal choke hold, while Garner cried out for help. The entire incident was caught on film, and the person who filmed it will be indicted, but not the officer who killed Eric Garner.

Eric Garner’s last words.

One of the many manifestations of systemic racism can be seen in mainstream media. Media biases often account for the difference between what is reported and what is happening on the ground. When Mike Brown was shot, mainstream media promoted false stories of him shoplifting in an attempt to criminalize him and justify his death. In the days following the announcement of non-indictment of Darren Wilson, mainstream media portrayed protestors in Ferguson and across the country as violent, looting rioters. Meanwhile, leading up to the Grand Jury announcement, the state of Missouri brought in over 2,000 National Guard troops—armed with rubber bullets and tear gas—which they unleashed on protestors in both the weeks leading up to the announcement, and following.

Photo: Lucas Jackson/Reuters

I was glued to social media the night the Ferguson non-indictment announcement was made. I watched multiple live streams and read tweets, and it became clear to me that it was the police who were inciting violence within the crowds. In fact, there are pictures that have surfaced of police setting fire to cars in Ferguson—not protestors. Rather than interrogating the injustice of non-indictment and violence of police brutality, the mainstream media narrative focuses on the protection of property and not people.

Both Indigenous and Black lives are at risk daily because of systemic racism and the ways it is entrenched in colonial systems. Since contact, Indigenous communities across Turtle Island have faced a system which seeks to remove Indigenous people from the land while violently and irresponsibly extracting resources for corporate capital gain. Along with this violence on the land comes violence against the people. This violence happens through judicial flaws that result in arrests and police brutality as well an overrepresentation of Indigenous people within Canada’s prison system. The non-indictment of Darren Wilson is weighted with 450 years of violence against Black people who were forcibly removed from Africa and enslaved on Turtle Island. The result has been a historic “othering” of Blackness used to justify racism and the disturbing narrative that every Black male is a possible criminal and therefore can be killed under almost any circumstance. At the root, both events at Burnaby Mountain and Ferguson share the common factor of systemic racism integrally tied to a colonial system built on stolen land, with stolen resources, and using the labour of stolen people for corporate gain.

Photo: Brian Snyder/Reuters

jamaiasJamaias DaCosta is staff writer at Muskrat Magazine; a Spoken Word artist and performer, co-Host and Producer of The Vibe Collective radio show and is the Producer of Indigenous Waves Radio, both on CIUT 89.5FM. She sits on the Advisory Board for Mixed in Canada and is a member of the multidisciplinary artist group r3 collective. Jamaias facilitates educational workshops in grade schools, universities and at conferences such as the Allied Media Conference in Detroit and Toronto Truth and Reconciliation around stereotypes; Indigenous education and decolonial thought. Jamaias has worked with Caribbean Tales Film Festival, written for the CBC, and multiple publications. Jamaias is a mixed settler of Kanien’keha:ka, Cree, Irish and French, Jamaican (Colombian, African, Portuguese, Sephardic Jew) ancestry. twitter.com/radioactivejams


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