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The Oracle Report | Monday, February 2, 2015



“Outposts” – Aquarius Lunar Cycle: January 20 – February 17, 2015


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


Monday, February 2, 2015

Gibbous Moon Phase: trust in a higher power and order

Moon in Cancer/Leo (12:41 pm ET/5:41 pm UT)

Ruling Wisdom Goddess: Matangi (Goddess of Soft Breezes)

Skill: soften up

Positive Imprint: determination and drive, deep realizations, the transformation of situations, pausing, archetypes, seeing beyond appearances, sounding a call, faith

Negative Imprint: irritable, instability, deception, undermining others, bogged down, demanding attention

Sabian Symbol for the Lunar Month: “an old adobe mission” (projecting projects and ideas into the future, spiritual retreat)

Today, wise owls will view detours, do-overs, misfires, false starts, and obstacles as an opportunity. This is something of a test for us today. Instead of succumbing to frustration, we “clue in” when things start going sideways and let the soft breeze of Matangi take over. She will untangle the situation for us, showing or teaching us something in the process.

The primary catalysts for the disruption are Mercury retrograde. But the energetic of the Sun today at the Sabian symbol of “a train entering a tunnel” directs us to keep going no matter what.

This can happen with actual detours on your travels today, electronic malfunctions, miscommunications, accidents, things that cause things to come to a standstill, alarms, and unexpected events.

When these kinds of things happen, take a deep breath of Matangi’s energy. Matangi means soft breeze in Maori. Relax yourself and let some air into the situation. Don’t turn around; keep going. There’s a reward for doing so.

I know this for a fact already today because Mercury retrograde caused me to have to venture out for wi-fi. Keep going if you face obstacles today. It will be worth it.

Note: I will not be posting a report tomorrow, but I will return on Wednesday.

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Truthout Daily Digest February 2, 2014

Richard D. Wolff | Political Corruption and Capitalism

Richard D. Wolff, Truthout: Corruption is endemic to the capitalist system and has not been successfully regulated away. Perhaps a system change is warranted?

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Minnesota Law Substitutes Military Test for Graduation Requirement

Pat Elder, Truthout: In Minnesota, radical changes to graduation testing requirements make it easier for high school students’ personal information to be sent to military recruiters without parental consent. There are no privacy protections built into Minnesota’s new law.

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Calvin and Jobs: Why the Right Hates (but Still Needs) Social Welfare

Douglas Jamiel, Truthout: Calvinism’s embrace of wealth as a sign of divine election lives on in the red state/blue state religious and social welfare divides.

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A Fast Track to Eroding Our Rights

Wenonah Hauter, OtherWords: The Trans-Pacific Partnership threatens the very essence of our democratic process by promoting the privatization of public resources and corporate self-regulation.

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Apple Meets Its Worst Nightmare: Federally Appointed Antitrust Lawyer Hell-Bent on Doing His Job

Lynn Parramore, AlterNet: Why has Apple become so secretive and combative? Perhaps the company is nervous because it is actually becoming a giant, monopolistic rip-off machine and doesn’t want you to know what kind of tricks it is up to.

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Truthout Interviews Featuring William Rivers Pitt on the State of the Nation

Ted Asregadoo, Truthout: In this interview, William Rivers Pitt critiques Obama’s State of the Union speech and says we’re at a point in our history where we need transformational policies and politicians.

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The Surveillance Blitz

John Feffer, Foreign Policy in Focus: Our privacy is getting hit from two sides – from corporations as well as the government.

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Rethinking Economics: From the UK, a Global Student Movement Takes Shape

Ruby Russell, Occupy.com: When the financial crisis hit in 2007, economics students around the world found that theories handed down in classrooms failed to explain the reality outside, and an international movement began to demand a change in the way economics is taught.

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The “Skills Gap” Is a Convenient Myth

Toni Gilpin, Labor Notes: When skilled slots do go unfilled, it’s because employers seek high-value workers at discount rates. It’s hypocritical for employers to bemoan the shortage of skilled labor while they lay off workers and pay less to those they retain.

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New Study: Anti-Homophobic School Policy Reduces Suicide Risk – for All Students

Aaron Cantu, AlterNet: Heterosexual males were half as likely to attempt suicide in schools with gay-straight alliances.

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Left Out of Obama’s Commission on Elections? Race

Brentin Mock, Demos: “I’m not sure how you can talk and walk around race, when in North Carolina right now, it’s easier for a black teenager to go to jail than it is for him to vote.”

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Haiti: Billions in Aid, Pennies in Progress Since Earthquake

Nathalie Baptiste, Foreign Policy in Focus: Four years since its devastating earthquake, progress in Haiti is slow and reconstruction efforts are lacking at best.

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This week in Speakout:

Nick Malinowski laments the political exploitation of the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr.; a stunning infographic from Best Psychology Degrees shows the psychological effects of poverty in the US; documentary film maker Carolyn Brown sheds a light on the struggle of migrant workers and their children; David Amram shares the late Pete Seeger’s final hours; Rudy Avizius takes a look at how the financing of public works projects enriches Wall Street; Lee Camp interviews Richard Wolff; Joseph Boutilier looks at how media coverage of the “Honor the Treaties Tour” focused on celebrity Neil Young; Jim Cullen looks at our failures to protect the population from corporate toxins; Paul Thomas considers Paul Sherman and the “thug” label; Dennis Trainor Jr. delivers a SOTU minus the corporate influence; and more.

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The Buzzflash commentary for Truthout will return soon.

Stealing, Silence and Savagery Were at the Core of the Slavery System and Still Live on in US DNA

Read the Article at BuzzFlash

Obama Admits Clapper Gave “Untruthful” Testimony

Read the Article at The Guardian

Fifty Reasons Why We Should Fear the Worst From Fukushima

Read the Article at EcoWatch

Homeland Security Redacts Drone Info It Already Released Publicly in Report to Congress

Read the Article at Techdirt

How Edward Snowden Went From Loyal NSA Contractor to Whistleblower

Read the Article at The Guardian

Law Doesn’t End the Revolving Door on Capitol Hill

Read the Article at The New York Times

Charles P. Pierce | More Water Woes in West Virginia, This Time With Formaldehyde

Read the Article at Esquire

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The Oracle Report | Saturday, February 1 – Sunday, February 2, 2014


New Moon Phase – Moon: Pisces – Ruling Mahavidya: Matangi

Saturday’s energy involves gauging, judging, or measuring situations. There is an undercurrent of anticipation that can manifest as anxiety and fear, particularly fears about the future. The Moon will conjunct Chiron Saturday, bringing tendencies to self-sabotage (harshly gauge and judge ourselves) and become lost in wounding or victimization. So it is better to stay on the high step, seeing far ahead, knowing that we are in place and supported. It may not look like it, but spring is on its way in the northern hemisphere, bringing much to celebrate. Start looking for signs. (There is joy simply in the additional sunlight each day; we perk up as Sabaoth, the Sun, calls us.)

There are a few days each year that provides opportunities for short-cuts through just about anything. Short cuts result from knowledge; we know a different way there. Sunday’s energy brings such opportunities. Startling clarity and insight reveals easier ways to do things, say things, accomplish things, express things. Keep in mind that the opportunity may come in the form of what appears to be an obstacle. Plough through and allow space for changes, no matter how dense things become.

We are coming in situ this month. In situ is defined as “situated in the original, natural, or existing place or position.” We gain equilibrium, sure footing, and clear vision. Allow the energy to put you in situ.