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The Oracle Report | Wednesday, February 4, 2015



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


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


Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Full Moon Phase: realization, fulfillment

Moon in Leo

Ruling Wisdom Goddess: Matangi

Skill: “sweep” your personal energetic field

Positive Imprint: clearing the air, unclogging, healing and healing solutions, like-minded people finding each other, organizing, decision-making skills, quests, sincerity, transferring knowledge and information

Negative Imprint: afraid to join with others, bossy and controlling, blinded to truth, repetition that drains energy, recovery, unworthiness, feeling not good enough

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

As the Full Moon phase continues, an energetic wave sweeps through to clear and refresh the collective “field of consciousness.” Today, ample energy is available to re-organize, re-assess, re-configure, and re-structure things, situations, ideas, projects, and plans for the future (our own personal “adobe missions”). This makes them better.

A “re-set” of the field actually began yesterday with the conjunction of Uranus and what astrologers call the South Node of the Moon and an opposition with the North Node of the Moon. The South Node represents the past and connections with the past. The North Node represents the future and destiny. Uranus operates like lightning, quickly electrifying and shocking systems – systems of the body, the Earth, and the consciousness that connects the two (the dream we are dreaming with Gaia Sophia).

Something may have crossed your path yesterday that is a key piece for your future. This could be a random communication, a meeting, an event, a serious thought, a glimmer, or even a feeling. If you are unsure of what that might have been, ask the Wisdom Goddess Matangi to enlighten you. (The Moon is ripe for assisting with this.)

Under current energetics, dominant structures and systems of the past are continuously being disempowered and dismantled. A revival of structures and systems of the past are returning in new ways. Here’s an example:

I love the line that the high priest of this group said about the ______

Sweep your own “field” of consciousness today. Mentally hit the “refresh” button. We are closing out the past year this month, which is like a month-long Third Quarter Moon phase. It’s the time in the natural course of life when we accept responsibility for the way things are now, complete what needs completing so we can move on, and think about how we can do and be better.

This is the official end of today’s report, but here is an additional element for consideration as the field re-sets:

Today’s energy fits in perfectly with the directive of this lunar month to begin “out posting” or projecting ourselves and our desires into the future. Our desire coupled with our wisdom is what is merging the world of spirit and the world of matter to create the Second Renaissance on Earth. This is the time when we transcend the control system that has enslaved us.

The aspects of Uranus with the South and North Nodes are also re-activating the Grand Cardinal Cross energy of last year that was so monumental. The Grand Cardinal Cross was the marking point in time when those on Earth with a mission to bridge-build the Second Renaissance were called to begin fully actualizing it. It sounded a bell that rang out, signaling the shift. It was reveille. And the time was set up a long time ago.

But, it was also the signal of something very beautiful – the rise of the Divine Masculine. The Divine Masculine is expressed in the counterpart of Gaia Sophia, Thelete. Thelete is the aeon (divine being) the Gnostics understood to be the partner of Sophia.

The Sacred Marriage of the Divine Masculine and the Divine Feminine is also the Sacred Marriage of humanity. The inner unification of the parts of our self is our reunion with The Divine. This is the part people are missing about unification of the Sacred Masculine and the Sacred Feminine. It is about reconnecting those two inner parts of ourselves, the feminine and the masculine, but the deeper story is that this produces the reunion with God.

I have a lot to say about Thelete and the Sacred Marriage as divine reunification and have been waiting a long time to say it. As this month draws to completion and Mercury turns direct, I will happily begin to share it. The book I am finishing serves as a foundation for these notions, one which everyone can build from in their own ways.

Sophia and Thelete are the foundation and structure of our future – our adobe missions. It’s time we knew more about the building plans.

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Truthout Daily Digest | Wednesday, February 4, 2015

I’m glad to see this article. There are so many unaware and unconcerned people spreading this toxic stuff everywhere-where kids, pets and other unsuspecting adults are immediately and directly harmed. Plus the widespread exposure to us all due to industrial agriculture. I hope everyone realizes the benefits of organic and permaculture practices very soon.

Monsanto’s Roundup: Enough to Make You Sick

Alexis Baden-Mayer, Organic Consumers Association: In the nearly 20 years of intensifying exposure, scientists have been documenting the health consequences of Roundup and glyphosate in our food, in the water we drink, in the air we breathe and where our children play. The results are not good.

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US Continues Restrictions on Guatemalan Aid

Jeff Abbott, Truthout: Although the US continues aid restrictions requiring Guatemala to stop using its military as law enforcement, that country has intensified its use of the military to protect multinational business interests against communities resisting infrastructure projects.

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Execution of Paris Communards Foreshadowed Mass Murders of 20th Century

Mark Karlin, Truthout: Yale Professor John Merriman speaks about his new book, Massacre: The Life and Death of the Paris Commune, providing a remarkably detailed account of an armed uprising that rejected oligarchic government.

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There’s Never Been a Better Time to Be a Corporation

Ben Cohen and John Bonifaz, Truthout: With the most politically active corporations reaping $760 for every $1 they donate to influence politics, these donors are well positioned to give 10 times the amount to national parties they were previously allowed, virtually dissolving McCain-Feingold campaign finance law gains.

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Who Needs Lobbyists? See What Big Business Spends to Win American Minds

Erin Quinn and Chris Young, The Center for Public Integrity: When Washington’s biggest trade associations want to wield influence, they often put far more of their money into advertising and public relations.

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Monsanto’s Roundup: Enough to Make You Sick

Alexis Baden-Mayer, Organic Consumers Association: In the nearly 20 years of intensifying exposure, scientists have been documenting the health consequences of Roundup and glyphosate in our food, in the water we drink, in the air we breathe and where our children play. The results are not good.

Read the Article

GOP Obamacare Replacement Plan Calls for Higher Costs and More Poor People Dying

Crystal Shepeard, Care2: When Republicans vote for the 60th time to repeal the Affordable Care Act, they will be saying to the United States that the poor and the very sick will die, and that is perfectly okay because that’s how the free market works.

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Labor Relations Board Under Renewed Attack

Meghan Byrd, Campaign for America’s Future: Conservatives in Congress launched a renewed effort to weaken the ability of workers to get justice in the workplace against anti-labor behavior by businesses. The bill furthers Republican goals in advancing business interests at a high cost to workers.

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Africa’s Rural Women Must Count in Water Management

Miriam Gathigah, Inter Press Service: Across Africa, women account for at least 80 percent of farm laborers: they are the most burdened by water stresses and best placed to implement best water practices. They should not be excluded from decisions.

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Pull Yourself Up by Your Bread Bags

Marjorie E. Wood, OtherWords: There’s no doubt that hard work and resourcefulness can get you very far. But the reason millions of Americans are struggling these days isn’t because they aren’t resourceful; it’s because the rules are stacked against them.

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This week in Speakout:

Boston University Metropolitan College staff highlight how the juvenile correction system in the US is ineffective and nonetheless increasing in population year-over-year; theInternational Campaign to Stop GE Trees, Dogwood Alliance and Biofuelwatch protest US secret approval of the introduction of genetically engineered trees; Veronika Kyrylenko and Ryan Schinault look at the results a year after the victory of Euromaidan in Ukraine; Nacira Guenif-Souilamas, Abdellali Hajjat, Marwan Mohammed and other French social scientists of Arab and African origin ask, “How does it feel to be a problem?” following the Paris attacks; Julie Matthaei’s open letter to Treasury Secretary Jack Lew proposes more heterodoxy and systemic challenges in economic advice to the government; Simon Johnson urges the Obama administration to nominate a qualified individual as undersecretary for domestic finance at the Treasury Department; the Western Environmental Law Center notes the ferocious opposition to a proposed Piñon Pipeline;Arthur Goodridge examines how the philosophy of nonviolence and the representation of people who espoused it have become oversimplified and offers a new response; Palestinian refugee Ramzy Baroud offers words of compassion to Syrian refugees; Alan Kritzler asks, five years after the Citizens United decision, whether the people or the major political contributors rule; and more.

Read the Articles Buzzflash commentary for Truthout will return soon.

Editor of Major German Newspaper Says He Planted Stories for the CIA

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Tens of Thousands Rally in Spain for Anti-Austerity Party Podemos

Read the Article at Reuters

Census Says 16 Million US Children Are Living on Food Stamps, Double the Number in 2007

Read the Article at The Guardian

The British Army Is Creating a Battalion of “Facebook Warriors”

Read the Article at BBC

Governors’ Big Oil-Assisted Lobbying Pays Off in Obama’s Atlantic Drilling Plan

Read the Article at Facing South

Why Bigger Snowstorms Come With Global Warming

Read the Article at InsideClimate News

I Was an American Sniper, and Chris Kyle’s War Was Not My War

Read the Article at Salon

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Truthout Daily Digest February 4, 2014

Could Florida Become the New Fracking Frontier?

Roger Drouin, Truthout: As industry interest in bringing fracking to the Sunshine State intensifies, environmental groups worry about risks including contaminated groundwater, disruption to some of the county’s most bio-diverse ecosystems and aquifers sucked dry.

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Democrats Introduce Bill to Restore FCC’s Net-Neutrality Rules

Mike Ludwig, Truthout: Democrats in Congress have introduced legislation that would restore net-neutrality rules struck down last month by a federal appeals court. But the bill faces a steep uphill battle in the House, where some Republicans oppose any expansion of regulatory power at the FCC.

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Vermont Becomes 12th State With Legislation Targeting NSA Spying

Michael Boldin, Truthout: On January 28, Vermont state representatives introduced legislation that would block some of the practical effects of mass data collection by the National Security Agency.

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A Dirty Energy Emancipation Proclamation: In Utah?

Dr. Brian Moench, Truthout: On January 25, away from the spotlight of Washington DC and the news media, one of the largest and most significant environmental protests in years took place in the most unlikely of places – Salt Lake City.

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The EU Presidency and the Bottom of the Aegean Sea

Dimitris Dalakoglou and Anna Christofidi, Truthout: The growing ideological intimacy between centrist-right and extreme-right parties throughout Europe provides fertile ground for the increasingly brutal treatment of refugees and migrants – most recently in Greece.

Read the Article and View the Photos

The GOP’s Coke Freak-Out

The Daily Take, The Thom Hartmann Program: Republicans are outraged that Coca-Cola would dare “tarnish” a patriotic American anthem with foreign languages. The fiasco that was the conservative reaction to Coke’s Super Bowl ad is symbolic of a bigger issue: The Republican Party has become the last refuge of bigots.

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Mitt: New Documentary on Netflix Whitewashes the 2012 Campaign

Anis Shivani, Truthout: Simple-minded devotion to so-called “behind the scenes” consultations among candidate Romney and his family plunges the documentary Mitt into the abyss of know-nothing, self-affirming reality TV.

Read the Film Review

Violence in Fallujah: Poisoned Fruit of US Occupation?

Michael Z. Youhana: Contrary to conventional wisdom, US actions in Fallujah during – and even before – the Iraq War played a role in bringing the latest eruption of violence to the city.

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The Public-Private Profiteers

Barbara Garson, TomDispatch: Health care isn’t the first boon that President Obama tried to give us through a public-private partnership. When he took office, more than 25 percent of US home mortgages were underwater. The president offered those homeowners debt relief through banks and shied away from direct government aid.

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Debate: State Department Moves Keystone XL Closer to Approval, but Does Conflict of Interest Taint Report?

Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!: Should the Obama administration approve the Keystone XL pipeline? Amy Goodman hosts a debate between Erich Pica of Friends of the Earth and Cindy Schild of the American Petroleum Institute.

Watch the Video and Read the Transcript

NPR’s “The Salt” Blog Muddies the Issue of Sewage Sludge

Rebekah Wilce, PRWatch: In a muddled attack on the Center for Media and Democracy and those who are concerned about produce grown in sewage sludge, “The Salt,” NPR’s James Beard award-winning food blog, parroted sewage sludge industry PR and misled readers.

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On the News With Thom Hartmann: Internet Companies Are Fighting to Restore Public Trust, and More

In today‘s On the News segment: Internet companies are fighting to restore public trust; the state of California just announced its most severe water restrictions ever; more than a million people are calling on the FCC to protect internet freedom; and more.

Watch the Video and Read the Transcript

How a Famous 90-Year-Old Doctor Survived Hospitalization, but You Probably Won’t

Jesse Lemisch, New Politics: We will never get good health care for all if we fail to face head-on the problem of superior access to health care for the privileged – these are aspects of a central problem of inequality in our society.

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Concentrated Wealth and Democracy Are Incompatible

Mark Karlin, BuzzFlash at Truthout: When so few people own so much of the nation’s economic wealth, democracy ceases to exist as a functioning representative government.

Read the BuzzFlash Commentary

Tar Sands Mining Produces Pollution Two to Three Orders of Magnitude Higher Than Previously Calculated

Read the Article at Smithsonian Magazine

Eugene Robinson | We Are Losing This Drug War

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Sandra Fluke Files for Bid to Win Henry Waxman’s Seat

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Paul Krugman | Delusions of Failure

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Obama “Paving the Way for the Antichrist,” Evangelical Preacher’s New Book Claims

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Six Unanswered Questions About Obama’s Drone War

Read the Article at Mother Jones

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and the Future of the Death Penalty on Trial

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The Oracle Report | Tuesday, February 4, 2014


Crescent Moon Phase – Moon in Aries – Ruling Mahavidya: Matangi

Mercury is preparing to station retrograde (appear to move backward in the sky) on Thursday, February 6 and will remain in retrograde until February 27th. Mercury retrograde is now so infamous that it is part of mainstream awareness. This is because the effects are clearly visible. Challenges with communications all of kinds, electronics, travel, devices, all things related to computers, and transportation ensue with Mercury retrograde. It’s a period of time where things just don’t go as planned. Knowledge of what is happening helps us use it to optimum advantage instead of working against it.

The keyword for this Mercury retrograde is STILLNESS. Mercury retrograde is the subject of today’s report not just because it is going to be an exceptionally powerful one, but also because the energy is in effect now and relates quite directly to the mission for the month.

Recall that the missions for the months are indicated by the Sabian symbol at the time of the New Moon. This month’s Sabian symbol is “people on a vast staircase graduated upwards.” Wherever we are, we are in place. The notion is to ground yourself firmly in place and build inner power. Holding a position can be a hard thing to do, especially when you feel like you should be running.

For all of his troublemaking, Mercury is aiding us with our mission this month. Mercury stations retrograde at the Sabian symbol of “a petrified forest.”* So Mercury will enact conditions and circumstances where the best (and possibly the only) way to handle things it is to become still. Many things will feel like they are at a standstill. Other things will feel like they are coming off the tracks. This is a time when the well-honed skills of being like a wise owl in a tree are required.

Mercury is conjunct Neptune when it goes retrograde. While Mercury is retrograde, it will be dragging along some of Neptune’s energy like a tail. This will enhance exchanges of spiritual knowledge during the retrograde period. Many, many things are going to come to light during this retrograde. It’s a sea change that only the great Neptune could bring.

The energy starts stalling out after the Moon opposes Mars later today. Begin your practice of being in place and building your internal power. Observe as the chaos swirls. Step out of things and become still. Don’t push ahead. Go onto your own lane and let everything else do its thing. From this position of power lies sanity.

(*Note: Since Mercury is stationing retrograde (going backwards) we “count back” to the Sabian symbol instead of “counting forward.” Mercury stations retrograde at 03 Pisces 20, so we count back to 03 Pisces instead of counting forward to 04 Pisces.)