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Thank you Cindy! What beautiful places you find! As much as I am enjoying our brief spell of non-hot and muggy weather here in Florida, your photos and descriptions inspire a longing for island hopping!


Huahine, also known as The Garden Isle, is one of the least visited islands in French Polynesia and retains a strong sense of early Polynesia.

We are staying in Lapita Village. Lapita refers to the ancestral culture of the ancient Polynesians. The village consists of thatched bungalows built around a natural lagoon in the style of an ancient Polynesian Canoe House.
In addition to jaw dropping natural beauty, the area is an important archeological site, with settlements and artifacts found nearby dating from 750 AD. Lapita Village maintains an onsite archeological museum.
Huahine is essentially tropical jungle, exotic flowers and fruit are growing everywhere in abundance.
Our accommodations here are far more lux than in Raiatea, in that we actually have AC and island critters can’t enter our abode, and beds, through all the open nooks and crannies! Woo Hoo! I have never loved AC this much! Not to mention…

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Bombshell! Russia to Stop Transit of Gas to EU Through Ukraine!

Thank you Lada! I’m so disgusted with the propaganda instead of reporting in my local newspaper and so grateful that you regularly report and analyze events involving Russia and Ukraine. People think America has “freedom of press” but they don’t realize our presses are controlled by corporations through advertising even when the news sources are ostensibly”independent” like my award winning local newspaper.

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This is a bombshell that was dropped by Russia earlier today (Good job, Christa!).

It has been officially confirmed! The head of Gazprom Alexei Miller announced that Russia would discontinue the Ukrainian route for Russian gas transit to the EU. I expected this announcement ever since I broke the news of the Turkey/Russia deal on 12/2/14, but I did expect it in a year or two: read here and here. Looks like the time is getting compressed and the pressure for change is intensifying.

I understand at this time the flow of gas through Ukraine has been restricted to 2/5th of the usual volume. However, it appears it will soon be stopped completely.

Russia to switch fully to the Turkish Stream to move the quantities necessary to satisfy all of European demand. Ukraine up till now was responsible for about 50% of the Russian gas transit to the EU…

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Truthout Daily Digest | Thursday, 15 January 2015

How “Hate Crimes Against Police” Expose the Fatal Flaw Within Hate Crime Statutes

Aaron Cantú, Truthout: Hate crime legislation lent legitimacy to a 40-year carceral program that has wrought immense damage on communities of color. In an ironic twist, the police – who’ve been the main enforcers of this program – now want to invoke these laws for their protection.

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Richard Wolff on the Greek Crisis, Austerity and a Post-Capitalist Future

Michael Nevradakis, Truthout: New School professor and economist Richard Wolff analyzes the causes of the economic crises in Greece and the eurozone, debunks claims that the Greek economy is recovering and proposes a post-capitalist future for Greece and the world.

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Pipeline to Nowhere

Emily Schwartz Greco, OtherWords: Researchers of a new study predict that virtually all Canadian tar sands oil production will stop by 2020. If Keystone XL is built by then, there would be nothing for the pipeline to transport, and it would become a monument to wasting colossal sums of money on dirty-energy infrastructure.

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The Robots Are Coming! Let’s Make Them Work for the Workers

Thomas Matt, Truthout: In a capitalist economy with privately owned means of production, technological advancements often result in unemployment and inequality. In a cooperative political economic system, however, these advancements would mean less work and higher living standards.

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Four Places Conservatives Believe Women Don’t Belong

Robin Marty, Care2: Conservatives assert that there are no roadblocks for being female, that a woman can have access to any opportunity a man can have and that there are no opportunity differences between the sexes. But it appears that men and women aren’t that equal at all.

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Lobbyists Lobby on Behalf of… Lobbyists

The Daily Take Team, The Thom Hartmann Program: It’s bad enough that corporations are spending billions to buy off our lawmakers and corrupt our democracy. Now they’re trying to convince us that we should support or ignore their bad behavior, and strip our own government of the power to protect us from these predators.

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In the Wake of Charlie Hebdo, Assaults on Mosques Escalate

s.e. smith, Care2: The Charlie Hebdo attacks provided a convenient smokescreen for those looking to launch retaliatory attacks, despite the fact that the vast majority of Muslims were equally horrified by the attacks and were dismayed by the actions of the killers, who claimed to be acting in the name of Islam.

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The United States Is Open for Business in Iraq

Peter Van Buren, TomDispatch: While the collapse of the Iraqi army and the abandonment of piles of its US weaponry helped create a new business opportunity for weapons makers like General Dynamics, the plan to cash in on Iraq can be traced back to the United States’ occupation of the country.

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Hold Your Breath: Fracking and Clean Air Don’t Mix

Staff, Earthworks: Using a FLIR (infrared) camera designed to detect normally invisible, sometimes toxic, volatile organic compounds, mother, activist and FLIR-certified technician Sharon Wilson went on a road trip to document pollution at oil and gas operations – and its human cost.

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The Enchanted Land Where Community College Is Free? Welcome to Tennessee in 2015

Yessenia Funes, YES! Magazine: A new bill provides two years of tuition at a community college for participating high school grads who might otherwise face a 7.5 percent unemployment rate – and other states are already following suit.

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The Distorted Exaggeration of Black-on-Black Crime Ignores Much of the United States’ Criminality

Adam Hudson, AlterNet: This myth relies on shaky evidence and a selective definition of crime that ignores crimes committed by powerful institutions and the people who run them, many of whom are white men. Here are five examples of the kinds of crimes that slip under the radar.

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Three Ideas for Inclusive Cities: How Raleigh, Seattle and Others Are Bringing Everyone Into the Fold

Shannan Stoll, YES! Magazine: From city-issued ID cards to open-source data anyone can access, simple urban innovations are creating more transparent and equitable cities.

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Women on Waves: Meet the Dutch Physician Who Defied Abortion Bans by Bringing Her Clinic to the Sea

Amy Goodman and Nermeen Shaikh, Democracy Now!: As Republicans in the new Congress and in state legislatures across the United States seek new restrictions on abortion, we look at the story of a Dutch doctor who has brought safe abortion to countries around the world where it is illegal.

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Maybe the Two-Party System in the US Should Be in the Creation Museum With the Dinosaurs

Mark Karlin, BuzzFlash at Truthout: The jury is out on whether a two-party system can seriously address the pressing issues of our time.

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Partners in Terror: This Is Bigger Than Satire

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The Rate of Sea-Level Rise Is “Far Worse Than Previously Thought,” Study Says

Read the Article at The Washington Post

Paris Is a Warning: There Is No Insulation From Our Wars

Read the Article at The Guardian

Cop Rock: The NYPD Turn on Spokesman Patrick Lynch

Read the Article at Esquire

ISIS Gaining Ground in Syria, Despite US Strikes

Read the Article at The Daily Beast

GOP House Passes Bill Setting Up New Shutdown War Over Immigration

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“Not the Way We Do Democracy!” Why Is a Ferguson Grand Juror Being Silenced?

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The Oracle Report | Friday, January 16, 2015



The Oracle Report – Friday, January 16, 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”


Friday, January 16, 2015

Balsamic Moon Phase: release, dream

Moon in Sagittarius

Ruling Wisdom Goddess: Kali

Skill: know when enough is enough

Negative Imprint: road rage, suspicion, guarded, moral posturing, thinking the uncontrollable is controllable, conflict, war, paranoia, trust issues, walls and barriers, turbulence, panic

Positive Imprint: patience, loyalty, compromise, trust, communication, links with the spirit world, insight, effort and reward, guardianship, self-awareness, exchanging with others, inner fulfillment

Sabian Symbol for the Lunar Month: “an Indian chief claims power from the assembled tribe”

Today’s energetics tend to cause things to become a bit chaotic, congested, and confused. Wise owls strive for calm, cool, and collected.

It helps to understand that a powerful astrological dynamic is in place (the “window of time” I referred to earlier this week). This dynamic comes from Mars’ conjunction with Neptune and the Black Moon opposing both of them.

I will discuss this in more detail in the audio recording scheduled to go up later today because the dynamic will still be in place at the New Moon on Tuesday. This means the imprint will last throughout the upcoming lunar month. So what is happening now is going to unfold through February 17, 2015.

In particular, whatever transpires today foreshadows what we will be “revising” and “reworking” during Mercury’s retrograde because today Venus reaches the degree in the sky where Mercury will turn retrograde. Venus will “tip” things off that will unfold through February 11, 2015.

All of this means we note the themes, patterns, and imprints today because these things will develop and evolve over the next month. We are getting a look ahead – a look through a window in time.

Keep in mind that when Mars and the Black Moon come together in the way they are now,tremendous energy to either battle or create is unleashed. Mars and the Black Moon are god and goddess of the battlefield AND the god and goddess of the creation field. Oftentimes the two overlap, especially in a lunar month ruled by the Wisdom Goddess Kali, who is prone to destroy and recreate.

The combination of Mars and the Black Moon often sparks arguments and confrontations between people. It can be quite volcanic. The eruptions usually clear the air, but with Neptune involved, this is not the case. The situation will turn into something else by the end of the next lunar month. The watery nebulousness of Neptune morphs things and takes them to new places.

The complexity of today’s energy is enhanced by feelings of needing to push thing farther. This all too easily gets us in over our heads today because we want to do or know or experience more. It is best to maintain perspective and not take things to an extreme. Striving for some “ideal” or “ultimate” will box us in and reinforce the chaos, confusion, and congestion elements in effect. Wise owls keep it real.

Remember that the skill we practice today in order to bring balance is to know when enough is enough. Enough said for now, but check back for the audio update of the overview of the next lunar month, and of course, the weekend report.

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