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The Oracle Report | Wednesday, March 11, 2015



The Oracle Report – Wednesday, March 11, 2015

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



Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Disseminating Moon Phase: share, communicate

Moon in Scorpio/Sagittarius (7:30 pm ET/11:30 pm UT)

Wisdom Goddess: Dhumavati (Goddess of Smoke)

Skill: stay open-minded and open to opportunities

Positive Imprints: awakening, revelations, abundance, things coming to fruition, unseen assistance, self-representation, socializing, celebration, truth, participating, focusing time and energy in new ways

Catalysts for Change: control, telling people what to do, resistance to change, classifying, self-delusion, reliance on others when personal responsibility should be undertaken, elitism, judgmental, superficiality, anger, depression

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

Engaging the skills of a wise old owl today will enable us to flip from disruptive energetics of dominance, aggression, and anger to constructive energetics of interconnection, fellowship, and wisdom.

Mars and Pluto are astrologically in a square today, imposing strong masculine energetics which can be pushed to conflict. Mars and Pluto are the rulers of Scorpio, and the Moon will be in Scorpio until the exact time of the square around 7:30 pm ET/11:30 pm UT. Scorpionic energy goes to the depths, and it sometimes it can sting.

This particular combination of Mars and Pluto can take us into a realm where things seem unreal, illusive, and hard to grasp. A general disorientation or feeling of spacey-ness accompanies the energy. This brings inspiration, which can be channeled into creativity. Take advantage of the opportunity, because this is what it is. It may not be the greatest energy for accomplishing tasks in the 9 to 5 world, but it is phenomenal energy for coming up with ideas that make ALL worlds better.

Remaining in an open stance with an open mind and heart facilitates this today.

Remaining open to possibilities and opportunities is also a good idea. These new possibilities and opportunities could come about from something that initially appears unfortunate or negative. When planets make squares (are 90 degrees apart), things turn. Changes take place as we move in new directions, so be aware of the potential or opportunity for this.

Resisting changes can produce rather intensive effects, especially on the body. Listen to your body’s wisdom. It is naturally attuned to follow these sorts or shifts, so it wants to “move” today.

Anything that attempts to be imposed upon us that is does not feel right (or does not feel good) will not work today. The old imprint tries to bring things down on us, to clamp down on us, and restrict us. Anything along this line will not work out well. Disallow any attempt to control your mind, beliefs, and feelings.

It’s Disseminating Moon phase, the time when we share our ideas, projects, and thoughts with others and receive feedback. What comes back enables us to see the bigger picture and modify things so that they can be better. The universe naturally delivers feedback during Disseminating Moon phase, too. Background conversations, symbols, and synchronicities bring confirmation. An increase in confidence is the goal.

Stay open to the possibilities…

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Truthout Daily Digest Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Dahr Jamail | Domestic Military Expansion Spreads Through the US, Ignites Dissent

Dahr Jamail, Truthout: The US military is using more domestic land, air and sea space for training than ever before – despite widespread public protests. A Navy pilot told a group of people who oppose Navy training expansion: “You are not important. In fact, you scumbags are completely expendable.”

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Wisconsin Legislature Votes to Turn Back the Clock on Labor Rights

Cedric de Leon, Truthout: By voting to pass a right-to-work bill, the Wisconsin State Legislature is depriving all workers, both public and private, of the organizational resources needed to pressure recalcitrant employers, turning the clock back to the Gilded Age.

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Netanyahu at Congress: Not the Only Israeli Imposition on US Politics

David Palumbo-Liu, Truthout: Given the growing success of efforts to boycott and divest, we can expect to see increased pressure from the Israeli government on progressive politics in the United States.

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Dean Baker | The Supreme Court and the Democrats’ Preemptive Surrender on Obamacare

Dean Baker, Truthout: As the Supreme Court listened to arguments over subsidies in the state exchanges, Democrats were making their plans for preemptive surrender. Many were warning that an adverse ruling would be the death of Obamacare.

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Mr. Poroshenko’s Parallel Reality

Halyna Mokrushyna, Truthout: “I see no end to Ukraine’s troubles until the bulk of the Ukrainian population sobers up and sees the reality: The Euromaidan revolution did not destroy the old regime; rather, it propelled a different set of oligarchs to power.”

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Talking About Climate Change Banned in Florida?

The Daily Take Team, The Thom Hartmann Program: Officials working for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, “have been ordered not to use the terms ‘climate change’ or ‘global warming’ in any official communications, emails, or reports,” according to a new report from the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting.

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The Intellectual as Servant of the State

Andrew Bacevich, TomDispatch: People who specialized in thinking about national insecurity came to be known as “defense intellectuals.” Pioneers in this endeavor back in the 1950s were as likely to collect their paychecks from think tanks like the prototypical RAND Corporation as from more traditional academic institutions.

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Confronting the Rhetoric of “Black on Black Crime”: A Response to Derailing Strategies

Xhercis Méndez, The Feminist Wire: The author defines and examines a set of derailing strategies currently being used by mainstream media and state representatives to halt all conversation and protest regarding a long and well-documented history of police brutality.

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Climate Change Poses Serious Threats to Food Distribution

Elizabeth Grossman, Earth Island Journal: By now there has been a steady stream of news about climate change’s impacts on food production. Heat waves, drought and wildfire are damaging harvests in California, Australia and Brazil. Warming and acidifying oceans threaten seafood stocks.

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On the News With Thom Hartmann: The Latest Challenge to the Affordable Care Act, and More

In today‘s On the News segment: It’s anyone’s guess as to whether the Affordable Care Act will survive its latest challenge; one of the best ways to fight inequality is to fight for workers’ unions; fifteen brave students said that they won’t pay back their unjust student loans; and more.

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“Own the Change”: The Move to a New Co-Op Economy

David Morgan, Truthout: “Your coffee will always be served by an owner, and made with great care, one cup at a time,” Berkeley’s Alchemy Collective Cafe boasts. Alchemy’s workers are part of a growing group who “own the change,” as well as their process and progress, documented in a new movie.

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Rahm Emanuel Runs on an Attitude of Contempt for the Less-Rich Citizens of Chicago

Mark Karlin, BuzzFlash at Truthout: Mayor 1% rules Chicago as if he were Nero and his unwealthy constituents should sit down and shut up.

Read the BuzzFlash Commentary

Oklahoma Students Protest Fraternity’s Racist Video

Watch the Video at USA Today

How to Become a Conservative in Four Embarrassing Steps

Read the Article at BuzzFlash

China Harasses Women Activists on the Eve of International Women’s Day

Read the Article at Global Voices

Bibi Does Congress, Adelson Does Bibi

Read the Article at BuzzFlash

Juan Williams: How Conservatives Capsized School Reform

Read the Article at The Hill

Argentina Wants US Citizens to Think Alberto Nisman Was Full of It

Read the Article at Vice

Republican Senators Write to Leaders of Iran, Attempt to Sabotage Nuclear Deal

Read the Article at ThinkProgress

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The Oracle Report | Tuesday, March 11, 2014


First Quarter Moon Phase: step forward, action, break away, expression

Moon in Cancer/Leo

All month long we are travelers on a narrow path seeking illumination. Illumination of truth, especially the truth behind any masks, is found on our pilgrimage today. So be aware, once again, that things may not be as they first seem.

The Moon creeps up on the Black Moon for their first conjunction of the Black Moon’s transit through Leo. The exact conjunction happens late tonight, but the energy will build all day. We will get our first glimpse of this energy’s nature and how it is affecting us. Remember that the Black Moon in Leo involves issues related to order, position, status, hierarchy, arrogance (and knowing it all), ego-centricity, and the fear of change. These sorts of themes play out today and we will get the first opportunity to practice flowing with changes. Changes to the existing order underlies the energy. With this, we are not inclined to appreciate being told what to do or being called out on something for which we are not responsible.

In my book on the Black Moon, I discuss how the Black Moon in Leo can assault one’s ego. Ego has become a bad word. But ego is a part of our nature. It is a natural thing. It directs us toward what makes us happy and what helps us actualize our potential as humans. It also helps us stand up and defend ourselves. Many believe we are supposed to “overcome” our egos, but I believe that the ego is a necessary for action in the world. Ego-centricity is the negative aspect. Being focused solely on oneself is unnatural because we are all one and no one is above another. That said, taking good care of yourself is not ego-centric unless it becomes the sole focus. We need to make friends with our ego, not try to banish it to the badlands.

Remember also that Mars is now moving retrograde (appearing to move backwards in the sky). Mars is fiery. Anytime the Moon, which is the catalyst for events, moves into the fire signs of Aries, Leo, or Sagittarius (but especially Leo since the Black Moon is there), anger will rise to the surface. Mars retrograde is changing how we use our energy, so situations where our energy is out of balance will come forward for us to see the need to change. We are clued in to this based on what we dread, procrastinate doing, and are avoiding. Take in the data that comes from today’s events. What are you being shown?

The overarching mission this month is to load the field of dreams. We are connecting to higher callings, higher purposes, higher development and infusing our thoughts and wishes with them. We’re creating a “wish list” for the universe and putting in our two cents on how we want life to be. Our desires are powerful and they use the law of resonance to order our lives. If you find yourself becoming mired in the complexity of the energy, flip out of that stream of thought and back to the notion of loading what you want to manifest. Remember that the energy is about change, so envision what you want to change. Balsamic is the magical time of year when the veils between the worlds are thinnest. Don’t forget how strong your mind is and what it can do.

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Truthout Daily Digest March 11, 2014

Dahr Jamail | New Mexico: Where Polluting Groundwater Is Legal

Dahr Jamail, Truthout: New Mexicans get 90 percent of their drinking water from groundwater. Yet the governor of this drought-plagued Southwestern state has given the copper industry carte blanche to pollute what is left of that essential resource.

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Chris Hedges | Welcome to Satan’s Ball

Chris Hedges, Truthdig: Our elites have established the most efficient system of mass surveillance in history. They have abolished most of our civil liberties, trashed our economy for their own personal gain, looted state treasuries and thrown working men and women aside.

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A New Form of Homicide in Canada’s Prisons: The Case of Ashley Smith

Stuart J. Murray and Dave Holmes, Truthout: What could the verdict of “homicide” mean in the coroner’s inquest into the death of Ashley Smith, a mentally-ill, 19-year-old inmate on suicide watch who strangled herself to death while in the custody of the Correctional Service of Canada. Is this a new form of anonymous killing in the name of the state?

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The Failed Libertarian Experiment in Chile

The Daily Take, The Thom Hartmann Program: The libertarian experiment failed, and now Chileans once-and-for-all, have said goodbye to the religion of Reaganomics. And it’s time for us here in the US to do the same.

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Whistleblower Evan Voke’s Evidence Against TransCanada Whitewashed By Regulators

Julie Dermansky, DeSmogBlog: Pipeline safety regulators in North America have done nothing but write warning letters to TransCanada in the two years since former employee Evan Vokes revealed evidence indicating the company had been breaking the rules.

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Dean Baker | The New York Times Budget Reporting Looks Like RT on Ukraine

Dean Baker, Truthout: News organizations are supposed to inform readers about the world, not make stuff up. Unfortunately, much of the US media deserve comparable ridicule to RT when it comes to budget reporting.

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Welcome to Daylight Saving Time, a.k.a. Nighttime Stealing Time

Karen Garcia, Sardonicky: The first Monday of DST has been scientifically proven to be the most dangerous day of the entire year. The Turn of the Clocks is tantamount to mandated sleep deprivation in an already sleep-deprived society.

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How Obama Became a Publicist for His Presidency (Rather Than the President)

David Bromwich, TomDispatch: For some time now, observers have been saying that Barack Obama seems more like a king than a president. They say Obama takes himself to be something like a benevolent monarch, despite recent approval ratings.

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Major League Soccer to Start Season With Scab Refs

Dave Zirin, The Nation: Lockouts should never be a part of union negotiations, but in sports and beyond, they have become just a part of the process. The Major League Soccer (MLS) refs lockout is devastating for MLS and terrible for all working people, whether you consider yourself a soccer fan or not.

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It’s Time for Maryland’s Factory Farms to Pay Their Fair Share

Wenonah Hauter, OtherWords: When you have 305 million chickens on the Eastern Shore, that’s a lot of poultry waste polluting the Chesapeake Bay.

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On the News With Thom Hartmann: The Environmental Protection Agency Has Some New Standards for Vehicle Emissions, and More

In today‘s On the News segment: The Environmental Protection Agency has some new standards for vehicle emissions, and they could save some serious cash; almost 80 percent of the antibiotics consumed every day in our nation is going straight into our food; the United Kingdom got soaked with catastrophic floods this winter; the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals has two words for BP – “pay up”; and more.

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Ecosocialism: Putting on the Brakes Before Going Over the Cliff

Michael Löwy, New Politics: There is no reason for optimism: The entrenched ruling elites of the system are incredibly powerful, and the forces of radical opposition are still small. But they are the only hope that the catastrophic course of capitalist “growth” will be halted.

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Detroit Should Become Part of Ukraine to Get US Financial Aid It Needs to Survive

Mark Karlin, BuzzFlash at Truthout: The US policy of empire is forever eager to dole out money overseas to nations who extend US hegemony. However, US cities and needy citizens could use the money on the home front. Just ask Detroit.

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Four Frightening Ways Progressive Gains Are Being Stolen From Us

Read the Article at BuzzFlash

Highest Minimum-Wage State, Washington Beats US in Job Creation

Read the Article at Bloomberg

Obamacare Cited as US Uninsured Rate Drops

Read the Article at The Associated Press

Workers: Disposable Assets in the Fracking Industry

Read the Article at BuzzFlash

Leaked Emails Expose NRC’s Cover-Up of Safety Concerns Days After Fukushima Disaster

Read the Article at EcoWatch

US Plans to Scan Workers With Secret Clearances to Identify Rogue Agents and Leakers

Read the Article at The Associated Press

Democrat Senators to Stage All-Night Session of Climate Change Speeches

Read the Article at The Guardian