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The Oracle Report | Monday, February 16, 2015



The Oracle Report – Monday, February 16, 2015

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



Monday, February 16, 2015

Balsamic Moon Phase: clear, release, dream

Moon in Capricorn/Aquarius (7:14 pm ET/ 00:14 am UT)

Ruling Wisdom Goddess: Matangi (Goddess of the Wind) and Shodashi (Goddess Who Fulfills Our Highest Desire)

Skill: tune in to your inner voice/your heart/your connection with Spirit

Positive Imprints: new directions, clearing space, making sense, adding up, transformation from one thing to another, new uses for existing things, gathering, building energy, stirring in the heart, undeveloped talents and interests being inspired

Catalysts for Change: resistance to new things, obstacles to growth, diversions from one’s path, suppression, too much static or background noise or talk, too much at once, naïve, overpowering others

Sabian symbol for the Lunar Month: “an old adobe mission”

So much is “loading in” to the field of consciousness today in preparation for the New Moon on Wednesday that we just may find ourselves mesmerized by it all. Exceptionally beautifully-wrapped gifts (packets of information) fall down like rain (or snowflakes depending on where you are).

These gifts or packets of information are designed to make our hearts sing. The song is called “The Music of the Spheres” and each of us is like an instrument in the philharmonic.

In the audio recording of the overview for the next New Moon, which is titled “Load In” and posted atwww.oraclereport.com, I mention that over the next two lunar months we are preparing for the new astrological year. The energy of the next astrological year (which begins April 18) is symbolized by the image of “the music of the spheres.”

At the highest and purest level, everything is a sphere of energy (or coalesced within a sphere of energy) – planets, solar systems, Galactic Centers, aeons, us. The “music” of the spheres is the expression or actualization of the individuality of a sphere.

In other words, the music of the spheres is the animating spirit of creation made manifest.

It’s the best possible energetic to create the Second Renaissance, which is created by artists – artists of the soul.

You may not consider yourself an artist, but all things can be artful when undertaken with consciousness and intention. In this way, there are many types of “art” – painting, sculpting, music, singing, teaching, healing, speaking, writing, welding, wiring, coding, protecting…

You are an artist creating the structure of the new way to experience life. Over the next two days, spiritual influences are radiating the field of consciousness to instill awakening, recognition, and eventual application of your uniqueness. Talents, skills, and hopes, wishes, and dreams come to life to create a new experience of life.

Building the Second Renaissance is not drudgery. It is supposed to be fun.

Here’s what’s happening in the sky to facilitate it:

The 26th, 27th, and 28th degrees of Pisces are all about moons- a New Moon, a Harvest Moon, and a Full Moon, respectively. Mars is completing transit of these degrees, hitting them first in order to energize and “load in” feelings of desire (heart and soul’s desires). This has been happening over the last few days, so you can look at events, circumstances, and feelings you’ve had and see what is starting.

Venus will begin transiting these degrees tomorrow, hitting them again and reinforcing what Mars imprinted. Desires are reinforced.

Then, between March 16 – 18, the almighty Sun will reach these degrees, flooding the field and reinforcing what both Mars and Venus have already imprinted. This is just in time for the New Moon on March 20 and also in time for the Spring Equinox.

So you see how the imprinting of energy works and also how important this time is for the future.

The Wisdom Goddesses (Dynamic Duo) of Matangi and Shodashi are close by with this. Matangi brings wind and Shodashi corrects course, so we are moving forward. But if the speed is too much for you, ask that the wind settle down a bit.

I am mixing metaphors all over the place today, but that is the nature of the energy. Today we are tuning in and unwrapping packets of information that “unwrap” more of the nature of reality, more of who we are, and more on what we are here to do.

Go outside. Connect with nature. Gaze at something beautiful and the beautiful gifts will flow.

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Truthout Daily Digest February 16, 2014

Any National “Conversation About Race” Must Include Black Radical Tradition

Adam Hudson, Truthout: Black radicalism has taught that any serious “conversation about race” must address the systemic racism that results in patterns of racial inequality in the judicial system, the national and global economies, policing, the education system, religion, popular culture and a war machine that predominantly kills non-Europeans around the world.

Read the Article

Political Economist Answers: What’s So Dangerous About Austerity?

C.J. Polychroniou, Truthout: In this interview with Mark Blyth, author of Austerity: The History of a Dangerous Idea, we learn that austerity policies are called “a class-specific put option” in finance and are dangerous because they don’t achieve their purported goals and harm the least politically powerful.

Read the Interview

The Invisible Hands That Do All the Work

Eleanor J. Bader, Truthout: The stories in Corinne Goria’sInvisible Hands paint a horrifying portrait of the impact of rampant consumerism on communities and individuals from Bangladesh to Zambia. But while the workers experience profound disrespect, they dream of equity, fairness and workplace decency.

Read the Review

Corporations? Corporations? Nobody Here but Us Chickens

Donald Lazere, Truthout: In Why Higher Education SHOULD Have a Leftist Bias, author Donald Lazere surveys the means by which American corporations render their own political and economic power invisible while diverting blame for social ills to “the government.”

Read the Excerpt

Feds Won’t Enforce Money-Laundering Laws Against Banks Doing Business With Pot Stores

Rob Hotakainen, McClatchy Newspapers: The move was hailed as a step forward by proponents of marijuana sales, but banking organizations warned that accepting the deposits was still illegal and said it was unlikely to widely change banks’ business practices.

Read the Article

Left Out of the Narrative: LGBTQ Undocumented Detainees

Erika L. Sánchez, Truthout: Undocumented LGBTQ people are caught in a double bind of belonging neither in white mainstream LGBTQ narrative nor in the mainstream immigrant narrative. The consequences can range from difficult to deadly.

Read the Article

Truthout Interviews Greg Palast on the Koch Brothers and Chris Christie

Ted Asregadoo, Truthout: In the Citizens United era, it can be more difficult to follow the money because of the anonymity 501(c)(4) super PACs afford their donors. But that hasn’t stopped Greg Palast, who shares some of what he has uncovered.

Watch the Interview

Quit Talking About Equal Pay and Do Something

Elizabeth Schulte, Socialist Worker: It’s a hallmark of the Obama presidency: talk about change, but not deliver any. Will the president’s pledge on equal pay suffer the same fate?

Read the Article

Documents Reveal Calvert County Signed Non-Disclosure Agreement With Company Proposing Cove Point LNG Terminal

Steve Horn and Caroline Selle, DeSmogBlog: Documents reveal that the government of Calvert County, Maryland signed a non-disclosure agreement with Dominion Resources, raising concerns about transparency between the local government and its citizens.

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On the Money: What a Tangled Web We Weave

Gail Ablow, Moyers & Company: Gail Ablow provides a critical reading list for the issues that made the headlines this week, including deceptive political ads, industry ties in the fight over minimum wage and billionaires using super PACs to advance pet causes.

Read the Article

This week in Speakout:

Dr. James Zogby discusses Black History Month and the extent to which racial inequality still persists; Leslie Thatcher is wowed by Sigrid Unset’s first novel, Marta Oulie, now released in English for the first time; David Swanson talks about how communities across the country can survive the oncoming military downgrade, and, in another post, lends support to military veterans and family members who will travel to ten west-coast cities promoting GI outreach; Brad Friedman sheds a light on the media’s anti-Snowden sentiments; former Thai Foreign Minister Kasit Piromya analyzes the US influence on Thailand’s government in three stunning op-eds; Edward Erikson offers a plan towards returning to a democracy ruled by the people instead of corporate interests; James Kwak provides an example of how the national debt cannot be cut; and more.

Read the Articles


The Buzzflash commentary for Truthout will return soon.

Michael Dunn’s License to Kill: The Murder of Jordan Davis and Florida’s Perverted Justice

Read the Article at Salon

Spying by NSA Ally Entangled US Law Firm

Read the Article at The New York Times

Volkswagen Works Council Says It Will Pursue Labor Representation at US Plant

Read the Article at Reuters

The US Calls Him a “Global Terrorist”, but He Still Has Counterterrorism Advice for Washington

Read the Article at The Washington Post

Germany and France to Mastermind European Data Network, Bypassing US

Read the Article at RT News

Environmentalists Offer $5,000 Reward for Info on North Carolina Coal Ash Spill Leading to Charges

Read the Article at Facing South

North Dakota Oil Spill Cleanup to Last at Least Two More Years

Read the Article at The Bismarck Tribune