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The Oracle Report | Monday, January 5, 2015



The Oracle Report – Monday, January 5, 2015

“The Mass Turn” – Capricorn 2014 Lunar Cycle: December 21, 2014 – January 19, 2015


“The Black Moon Transit of Virgo: November 27, 2014 – August 25, 2015”


Monday, January 5, 2015

Full Moon Phase: illumination, realization, fulfillment

Moon in Cancer

Ruling Wisdom Goddess: Kali (The Goddess of Reckoning)

Sabian Symbol for the Lunar Month: “an Indian chief claims power from the assembled tribe” (self-empowerment and personal sovereignty)

Skill: keep a gauge on your emotional reactions; gently release pressures a little at a time

Negative Imprint: showing off, opting out without thought of consequence, orchestrated rebellion, losing self-control, control issues, power struggles, neglecting the body

Positive Imprint: vitality, well-being, self-discipline, heartfelt communications, analyzing, spontaneity, creating systems and structures that are of service to humanity and the planet

A process of internal realignment that enables us to stand taller is underway with the Full Moon phase of the Wisdom Goddess Kali. Today, this comes about through a general application of pressure to turn, shift, transform, or change.

So we are “under pressure” today, which can make for some craziness, but ultimately it serves to strengthen us from the inside out. An internal realignment is happening where we are gaining self-control and self-mastery skills that help us overcome obstacles to 1) fully feel in love with living; and 2) birth and then participate (co-create) in the Second Renaissance on Earth. The Second Renaissance is the return of wisdom, beauty, and desire to the collective of humanity. It’s actually the return of sanity because it’s the time when humanity breaks free from the forces that have been controlling it. From there, a new world is “painted” into existence.

Pressure is mainly applied to emotions today. We need to keep a gauge on our reactions, because there is a tendency for things to burst out. This will play out primarily in professional situations and in romantic relationships. Mercury is making conjunction with Venus, so we are much more inclined to communicate our feelings. The thing to understand is that the overarching theme that is dominant right now is the theme of power and control dynamics within all types of relationships. Today, this surfaces within our feelings and communications about relationships and the activities in which we are engaged. We want to amp up our patience and communication skills to moderate the potential for impulsivity and thoughtlessness.

The Kali cycle tends to test us, and it is easy for “test anxiety” to set in when she is schooling us on life. She holds us to a high standard, so she is like the teacher or professor that a lot of students are afraid to end up with on their schedule – until you actually start class with her and wonder “Why the bad rap?” Kali grows us. Some people don’t want to change or grow. They are afraid of the new – the unknown.

Be aware that people are being tested and are testing others. It’s a natural part of today’s energetics, but it can become overblown if there are deep insecurities present that cause someone to test others on a regular basis. This month Kali is calling up the inner chief in all of us to claim our power – our individual gifts, offerings, and our individual sovereignty -within the assembled tribe of humanity. She is teaching us how to become our strongest, wisest self that does not need validation from or through another. Each of us can stand tall, on our own, like a tree.

The light of the Full Moon brings revelations, epiphanies, and insights that are at first puzzling. Consciousness and wisdom is expanding, so we are trying to understand new data and new material. The best way to try and understand or integrate something new is to return to sources of knowledge that are old. The ancient wisdom holds the key to understanding the future. Turn to tried and true sources if you are seeking an understanding. These may be modern outlets for ancient wisdom.

Our physical bodies are trying to respond to the realigning energies also, so it is a good idea to take some extra time for your body. Any type of bodywork is extremely helpful today. Just stretching will help tremendously.

So there is a lot happening today, but the things to keep in mind are:

  • emotions are running high and people are feeling pressured
  • the pressure may come out impulsively, through our conversations with others
  • work and romantic relationships are the focus
  • tests of character are underway
  • the tendency to exaggerate and distort is high, producing potential for drama
  • answers are found in the old wisdom

It’s the job of all wise owls with wings over the world to fall back in love with life. We loved it once, do we now? The beautiful and natural ways remain. They have been covered over by dust, murk, and shadow, but Kali and the Winds of Change are blowing all of that off – pressure washing it – to reveal the shine of what once was. It’s a good justification for feeling the pressure, so we are wise to it today and will sustain.

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E-Cubed Selfie Challenge launches today. Forget New Year’s resolutions! Make a New Year’s vision instead.

This post exemplifies one of the things I love most about Pam Grout. The basic concepts explained on E Squared and E Cubed have been discussed in spiritual growth publications for decades. They aren’t “new”.

What Pam does with them is new. She brings an exciting “Everybody-all aboard!” energy to this field of awareness.
She makes understanding accessible and fun.
So if you’ve been working your butt off at personal/spiritual growth, political and social change or just plain trying to maje the world better but you’re feeling overwhelmed, worn out and not having much fun-you owe it to yourself to check out her blog/books.:-)

Pam Grout

“The rich substance of the universe is yours to do with as you wish.”—Catherine Ponder
E3 Bookie!!
Yep, sports fans, it’s time for the official launch of the E-Cubed Selfie Challenge.

Fans of E-Squared and E-Cubed know they draw into their lives whatever they focus upon. They know that by simply setting an intention and visualizing themselves doing, being or having something, that reality (one of many in the quantum playground) becomes animated in their life. That’s where the now-ubiquitous selfie comes in.

Simply snap a selfie of yourself (and a “bookie” of E-Cubed***) with whatever you want to manifest. Maybe it’s standing in front of your dream house or test driving a new Lamborghini. The bigger and more exciting your dream (Keep in mind Martin Luther King Jr. didn’t say “I have a goal.”), the better your chances of winning cool prizes.

Did someone say prizes? By tagging your E3 selfies…

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A short update on the Gathering

Thank you Aisha!

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Once more we want to thank you all for the contribution you have given to All of creation. For as you once again pooled your resources during that mass gathering you convened for a few hours ago, you also helped to serve up a massive injection of light to this entire community of souls that have come together on this blue planet to a part of this mass uprising. You see, every single soul gathered here at this moment in time is here because of what is taking place now. For you have all come here with one purpose in mind, to literally be on the ground during the period when everything about this place will change for something very different indeed than what it has been for the last eons. You see, even if still only a minority of the current souls here are what you define as awakened…

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Truthout Daily Digest Sunday, 4 January 2015

The McMindfulness Craze: The Shadow Side of the Mindfulness Revolution

Jeffrey B. Rubin, Truthout: Focusing on the problems already identified with the McMindfulness craze obscures a more profound issue – meditation neglects meaning. This not only opens the door to grave dangers, but also compromises meditation’s radical emancipatory potential.

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Robert McChesney: We Need to Advocate Radical Solutions to Systemic Problems

Mark Karlin, Truthout: In this interview, Robert McChesney, author of Blowing the Roof Off the Twenty-First Century, discusses net neutrality advocacy, how the concentration of capital and media monopolies stifle democracy and his hopes for a post-capitalist democracy in the United States.

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Addiction, Mental Health, Safe Spaces and Stigmatization

Kelly Hayes, Transformative Spaces: “We all know, or at least should realize, that our good intentions do not exempt us from the failings of our society. Despite all we have learned, we still stigmatize what we should not, and at times, put social expediency before the creation and maintenance of safer spaces.”

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The Fourth Winter of Fukushima

Alexis Dudden, Foreign Policy in Focus: In the fourth winter since the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan, many of the displaced residents are still in limbo, and more people have died from stress-related causes than from the initial disaster.

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Port Strikes Mirror Organized Labor’s Roots

Marjorie E. Wood, OtherWords: Port truckers in California walked off the job in November to protest their dismal working conditions. They are denied the same employment rights that workers in the first Gilded Age fought so hard to achieve.

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Murdoch, Scaife and CIA Propaganda

Robert Parry, Consortium News: The rapid expansion of the United States’ right-wing media began in the 1980s as the Reagan administration coordinated foreign policy initiatives with conservative media executives, including Rupert Murdoch, and then cleared away regulatory hurdles.

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Woman Rides in Rose Parade 57 Years After Being Denied Honor Because She Is Black

Crystal Shepeard, Care2: In 1958, Joan Williams was selected by her colleagues at Pasadena City Hall as “Miss Crown City.” When they discovered she was black, however, they immediately distanced themselves instead of celebrating the fact that Williams would be the first black woman to participate in an official capacity in the Rose Parade.

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How All Sides in the Ukraine Crisis Are Misusing History

Staff, History News Network: Kate Brown is a historian at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County campus. At the 2015 annual meeting of the American Historical Association she spoke about the many ways all sides in the Ukraine crisis have been misusing history.

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A Godless Jewish Humanist

Dinah M. Mendes, Tikkun: Without Erich Fromm, “many of Freud and Marx’s ideas might have remained sequestered in academic isolation,” the author writes of Lawrence J. Friedman’s book about the psychoanalyst and social critic,The Lives of Erich Fromm: Love’s Prophet.

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This week in Speakout:

David Krieger offers a poem for humanity at a crossroads; Truthout’s own Kelly Hayespresents a photo essay on a #BlackLivesMatter event at Chicago’s Union Station; Jesse Hagopian connects the new civil rights movement across the country to resistance to so-called education “reform”; Lawrence Davidson predicts more deadly truck-related accidents on US highways in 2015 and other events based on this year’s federal budget; Tom Hastings argues for abolishing the “stupid” Second Amendment to the US Constitution;Yulia Malkina reports from Donetsk, Ukraine, how residents survive in the rubble; Pierre Guerlain speculates on the sudden disappearance of news about the Senate’s torture report from mainstream media; Dr. James Zogby recounts the reality of daily life for the present residents of the fabled town of Bethlehem; and more.

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The BuzzFlash commentary for Truthout will return soon.

NASA-Led Study Shows That Tropical Forests May Be Absorbing Far More Carbon Dioxide Than Many Scientists Thought

Read the Article at Science Daily

North Korea Responds With Fury to US Sanctions Over Sony Hack

Read the Article at The Guardian

Nuclear Plant Reports Two-Month Oil Leak Into Lake Michigan

Read the Article at Detroit Free Press

Israel Freezes Tax Revenue, Threatens More Punitive Steps Against Palestinians

Read the Article at the Associated Press

Six Women Murdered Each Day as Femicide in Mexico Nears a Pandemic

Read the Article at Al Jazeera America

GOP Turns to the Courts to Aid Agenda

Read the Article at The New York Times

Forget Congress, These US States Raised the Minimum Wage on Their Own

Read the Article at The Guardian