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The Oracle Report | Saturday, January 24 – Sunday, January 25, 2015

FROM WISE OWL ERIC

FROM WISE OWL ERIC

The Oracle Report – Saturday, January 24 – Sunday, January 25, 2015

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

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“The Mass Turn” – Capricorn 2014 Lunar Cycle: December 21, 2014 – January 19, 2015

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

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Saturday, January 24 – Sunday, January 25, 2015

Crescent Moon Phase: persevere; view challenges as an opportunity to strengthen, revise, and improve

Moon in Aries

Ruling Wisdom Goddess: Matangi (Goddess Who Includes)

Skill: post up

Negative Imprint: needing external validation, being too conservative, neurotic, fear of the unknown, ageism, faking, destruction of property, backed into a corner, impediments to progress by standing still

Positive Imprint: repurposing, past life connections, tapping in, wisdom of elders, structuring, making history, rediscovering the past and bringing parts of the past forward, innovation, jumping into the void

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

This weekend, we are asked to “post up.”

In basketball terms, posting up is turning a certain way so that you can establish a position to receive a pass of the ball. The Universe asks us to post up and claim our spot so that we can receive spiritual guidance.

This comes as part of the lunar month where we are projecting our plans, ideas, wishes, and selves into the future. We envision the construct of what that looks like.

A major component of the construction comes from a foundation, an undercurrent, of our inner wisdom. Inner wisdom is divinely directed. As we establish “adobe missions” in the future – outposts where we will arrive later in time, we are reinforcing the structure now with inspiration from Spirit. This weekend we are posting up to reinforce our outposts.

Old adobe missions are spiritual retreats. Other names for old adobe missions and spiritual retreats are temples, medicine wheels, churches, groves, schools, farms, vineyards, mountains, beaches, theatres, museums, studios. What is yours?

It is a good idea this weekend to spend some time in whatever place or space is spiritual for you. Spirit is sending key insights into matters. The energy naturally places us in alignment for inner wisdom. There is a lot happening for our inner contemplation; complex sets of dynamics are in effect. Here are the highlights:

  • Relationships, particularly romantic relationships, are undergoing revision, restructuring, and reassessment. Changes occur this weekend to bring things to better states.
  • Mercury retrograde is acting as a muse, inspiring us with ideas and actions. The energy is design-oriented and functional. Mental architecture takes place.
  • New things are being built from the past. All kinds of things are repurposed or even fully restored. On Saturday, our experiences from the Leo 2014 lunar cycle (July 26 – August 25, 2014) return for a visit and reconsideration. On Sunday, our experiences from the Pisces 2014 lunar cycle (March 1 – March 29, 2014) follow suit. Consider all of this in context and look at how those experiences have enabled you to claim more of your power and become who you are today. (Another element of this energy is a heightened ability to connect with our ancestors.)
  • Leaps of faith, discussed at the New Moon of this cycle, may be necessary because the energy shifts quite palpably this weekend. The Moon catapults into Aries after an energetic journey through shadow lands over the last two days, which is a definite shift. But both Saturn and Pluto move to new degrees this weekend. Saturn moves away from energy for strategizing and toward energy that takes us to higher levels. Pluto moves away from energy for permanent structures and toward energy to heal and raise the spirits of people, particularly children. (Heads up: The Wisdom Goddess Matangi is getting ready to roll through on those who prey on the weak, disadvantaged, and marginalized. Whereas the goddess Dhuamavati “sweeps” through the field, Matangi razes it.)

Post up with whatever works for you from this post as you engage in periodic spiritual retreat and communion this weekend. Remember to connect with nature as part of this. Find beauty. And if you can snap a photograph of it, please send it to me to post for everyone to enjoy!

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Truthout Daily Digest January 25,2014

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Andalusia Knoll and Itandehui Reyes | From Fire to Autonomy: Zapatistas, 20 Years of Walking Slowly

Andalusia Knoll and Itandehui Reyes: Though the Mexican government has tried repeatedly to co-opt the movement, the Zapatistas recently celebrated 20 years of successful independence, having constructed their own autonomous government, complete with their own health and education system, based in the indigenous traditions of their ancestors.

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The New Neocons Are “Socialist” (They Say)

Pierre Guerlain, Truthout: The “Socialist” government of French President François Hollande continues France’s time-honored tradition of disagreeing with US foreign policy – but with a new twist: “Socialist” France is to the right of De Gaulle – and Barack Obama.

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State of the Estate: Cuomo’s Tax Giveaway to the Rich

Jeffrey Mikkelson, Truthout: NY Governor Cuomo’s proposed estate tax cut is a huge giveaway to wealthy New Yorkers that will cost the state almost $800 million per year and embolden other governors to do the same.

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Nukes Are Nuts: The Sequel

David Krieger, Truthout: The bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki demonstrated that a single small nuclear weapon is capable of destroying a city and causing mass death and suffering beyond any society’s capacity to cope with such a human tragedy. Nuclear weapons are a scourge that does not protect but, rather, threatens human survival.

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Paul Krugman | Economic Opportunity Has Collapsed, So Poverty Endures

Paul Krugman, Krugman & Co.: “If progress against poverty has been disappointing over the past half century, the reason is not the decline of the family, but the rise of extreme inequality.”

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Does the First Amendment Include the Right to Tell Lies?

Crystal Shepeard, Care2: The Supreme Court has already ruled that at least five specific areas do not warrant full protection. Furthermore, it has also ruled that limits on time, place and manner of the expression can also be placed on even the most extensive of protections.

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On the News With Thom Hartmann: A Government Oversight Panel Says That NSA Spying Programs Are Illegal, and More

In today‘s On the News segment: A government oversight panel says that NSA spying programs are illegal; dangerous levels of methane gas are leaking all around our nation’s capital; Pope Francis loves the internet; and more.

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Beyond Reform: It’s Time to Shut Down the World Bank

Cyril Mychalejko, Toward Freedom: Recent conflicts surrounding World Bank-supported projects in Honduras demonstrate that the World Bank is beyond reform, and needs to be shut down.

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We They Shall Overcome?

Joanne Barkan, Dissent: The largest stakeholders in public education – students, educators, and parents – have no role to play except as recipients of donor-designed reforms. When they question the charitable largesse, they become part of the opposition that the philanthropists shall overcome.

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41 Years After Roe v. Wade, Here Are a Few Reminders of What Abortion Is Not

Robin Marty, Care2: From the moment that decision was announced, abortion opponents have urged politicians to restrict that right via legislative means, passing regulations, restrictions and bans meant to whittle away that right and try to overturn the decision itself.

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BuzzFlash

The BuzzFlash commentary for Truthout will return soon.

5 Right-Wing Myths About Raising the Minimum Wage, Debunked

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Another Chris Christie Outrage: Data Shows Stark Racial Gap in Sandy Aid Distribution

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Did These 68 Words Just Kill IRS Oversight of Dark Money?

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Mall in Columbia, Maryland on Lockdown; Police Say Three Are Dead

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San Francisco’s Guerrilla Protest at Google Buses Swells Into Revolt

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Ryan Clears Path for Cantor to Consider House Speakership

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#AskSnowden: Q&A Chat with Edward Snowden

Read the Interview at Common Dreams