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The Oracle Report | Tuesday, March 10, 2015



The Oracle Report – Tuesday, March 10, 2015

“Load In” – Pisces Lunar Cycle (1) 2015 – February 18 – March 19, 2015



Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Disseminating Moon Phase: share, communicate

Moon in Scorpio

Wisdom Goddess: Kali (Goddess of Endings and Beginnings)

Skill: keep things as simple as possible

Positive Imprints: cooperation, personal responsibility, setting a good standard, opening up, reading a room or a situation (taking stock before acting), balancing giving and taking, seeing the best of what’s around

Catalysts for Change: self-denial, immaturity and arrested development, uncooperative, divisions (especially racial divisions), attempting to take from others

Sabian Symbol for the Lunar Month: “a crowded public marketplace” (human interchange and exchange; expressions of self)

Strong solar activity continues with three M-class flares in the past 24-hours. It is unknown at this time if coronal mass ejections accompanied any of the flares. The flares occurred yesterday at 10:33 am ET, 7:53 pm ET, and 11:23 pm ET / 2:33 pm UT, 11:53 pm UT, and 3:23 am UT.

Today’s overall energy is no less potent. Mars meets up with Uranus at the same place in the sky. In astrology this is called a conjunction. Jolts (more accurately, joules) of energy ripple through the field of consciousness (or grid of consciousness).

When the electromagnetics of these two planets meet up, shocking, surprising, and amazing things happen. Accidents are more common under this dynamic. Mars’ energy wants to move ahead and make things happen. Uranus’ energy wants to free us of whatever holds us back and get us back on our proper course.

Oftentimes, it’s a clash of the titans. Mars says, “Out of my way.” Uranus says, “Only if I say so.” Uranus always wins in this contest. He is older and wiser and has the mission of alignment with what is in our highest and best desires/interests. Uranus works at the soul’s level.

Venus starts the day at the degree of “the gate to the garden of all fulfilled desires” today, so that is a bonus for the energy of putting us where we need to be.

Later in the day, Venus will move to the degree of “a woman in pastel colors carrying a heavy and valuable, but veiled, load.” This energetic has been strongly in effect since March 2014. Today it brings the power to release or share a burden or secret and also the power to “load in” our hopes, wishes, and dreams for the future.

It’s a complicated day, and the Sun is amplifying it all. Under these conditions, we aim for keeping things as simple as possible. And we follow the course.

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Truthout Daily Digest | Monday, March 9, 2015

Heeding the Call: Black Women Fighting for Black Lives That Matter

Thandisizwe Chimurenga and Sarah Rosenblatt, Truthout: In response to the killing of Black people by police and the lack of accountability that follows, there has been a resurgence of civil disobedience reminiscent of the 1960s civil rights movement. Black women activists have been at the head of this new movement.

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Rewriting the Future

Walidah Imarisha, Bitch Media: The science fiction – or speculative fiction, fantasy, horror, magical realism etc. – we humans create doesn’t appear out of the ether. Whether it’s settings from The Hunger Games, Harry Potter or Star Wars,these fantastical worlds end up exploring issues like war, racism, gender oppression, power, privilege and injustice.

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There’s So Much Life Here: A Death Row Prisoner Looks Back on Over 20 Years in Solitary Confinement

Jack Shuler, Truthout: Keith LaMar is sentenced to die for his role in the 1993 Lucasville riot, one of the most violent prison uprisings in US history. While he lives in an Ohio supermax prison because of the crimes he’s convicted of, LaMar strives to maintain connections with the outside world.

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The Cost of Compassion: Why Churches Turn Their Backs on Torture Victims

Justin Norman, Truthout: When compassion becomes politically inconvenient, churches turn their backs on those in need.

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Shaky Conviction, Ongoing Punishment: Canada v. Omar Khadr

Aisha Maniar, Truthout: The former Guantánamo child prisoner Omar Khadr, who returned to his native Canada in late 2012, has finally received essential shoulder surgery and is catching up on the education he was denied. Still, Khadr may be left blind due to untreated wounds.

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Will Biden’s Billion-Dollar Plan Help Central America?

Alexander Main, NACLA: At first glance, the White House’s new plan appears to herald a salutary shift away from the US government’s failed regional security policy.

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Indigenous Storytelling in the Limelight

Francesca Dziadek, Inter Press Service: The Berlin International Film Festival, known as the Berlinale, has established a European hub for indigenous voices across a number of platforms, including its NATIVe – A Journey into Indigenous Cinema series and Storytelling-Slams.

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A Sea of People Fighting for Water in Sao Paulo

Midia Ninja and Laura Capriglione, NINJA: The Iguatemi Mall did not seem to welcome the crowd. Neither did the Rolls-Royce store on Cidade Jardim Avenue. These sacred luxury consumer temples, where the water tanks are always full, lowered their doors before the the march that brought together 15,000 men, women and children.

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The BuzzFlash commentary will return soon.

“Selma Is Now” Says Obama Ahead of Visit to Highlight Abusive Justice System

Watch the Videos at The Guardian

Bank of Canada: “Stop ‘Spocking’ Our Currency”

Read the Article at Jonathan Turley’s Blog

Maine Effort to Tax Nonprofits Raises Eyebrows Across the US

Read the Article at Seattle Pi

US Media Executive Includes RussiaToday in the Same “Challenge List” as ISIS and Boko Haram

Read the Article at Global Research

Holder Says He’s “Prepared” to Dismantle Ferguson Police Department if Necessary

Read the Article at The Washington Post

Robert Swan Leads Antarctic Expedition to Show Firsthand Effects of Climate Change

Read the Article at EcoWatch

Berlin Alarmed by Aggressive NATO Stance on Ukraine

Read the Article at Spiegel