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The Oracle Report | Saturday, November 15 – Sunday, November 16, 2014



The Oracle Report – Saturday, November 15 – Sunday, November 16, 2014

A Conversation with Sol Luckman – Snooze: A Blueprint for Merging Worlds

The Oracle Report – SPECIAL REPORT Monday, November 10, 2014

“To Boldly Go…” Scorpio Lunar Cycle Overview – October 22, 2014

Saturday, November 15 – Sunday, November 16, 2014

Third Quarter Moon Phase: take responsibility

Moon in Virgo

Ruling Mahavidya: Kamala (Goddess of Desire)

Skill: make the connection

Negative Imprint: power to manipulate, domination, violation, fighting for territory, contempt, unable to connect with real emotions, fear of new opportunities, not letting go of the past, attention seeking behavior, learned helplessness, ruthlessness, tricks

Positive Imprint: integration, risking for the hope of something better, claiming one’s space, success, seeing through, things in their proper place, commonality, reminiscing and seeing clues about the future from the past, leadership, standing up for others, vitality

The energy of the Sacred Masculine is in full force this weekend with Neptune stationing direct (appearing to move forward in the sky once again).

Neptune has been retrograde (appearing to move backward in the sky) since June 10, 2014. It went retrograde at the degree of the Sabian symbol “a girl blowing a bugle.” Since that time, the Sacred Masculine has been sounding a call of awakening within the collective. He has been calling something inside each of us to action.

The Sacred Masculine, via Neptune, has been a major factor in what I’ve termed the “nexusing” of people of like mind coming together. This is evidenced by the degree where Neptune is stationing direct Saturday, “heavy car traffic on a narrow isthmus linking two seaside resorts.” This energy has been about bridging or merging the two worlds – the old control paradigm that is falling and the return of the older paradigm that has been lying in wait – which is the focus of my conversation with Sol Luckman, posted on the homepage atwww.oraclereport.com.

Sol discussed the corpus callosum and its function to link the two hemispheres of our brains. The corpus callosum is a bridge – a narrow isthmus – that links two worlds – two seaside resorts. It puts things together, coordinates them so that they function well. This is one of the things the Sacred Masculine does. So, this weekend, as the energy of the Sacred Masculine comes in like waves crashing on a beach, honor it by putting things together, and by this I mean make the connection. See what the universe has been trying to show you over the last two months. There is a call to action in there – a call that will make your life better. Our inner Sacred Masculine does not stick his head in the sand because what he sees is unpalatable. In fact, it motivates him. It strikes a chord and he responds instinctively.

The close of these two powerful lunar cycles brings us in close confrontation with ourselves. We need to respond to what we’ve learned about ourselves from the perspective of the inner Sacred Masculine – facing it and responding to it.

Mars is contributing to the strong influx of masculine energy this weekend as well. In combination with Kamala, the Goddess of Passion, inner fires are ignited.

On the practical level this weekend, several themes swirl, so please pay close attention to the keywords for the negative and positive imprints.

On Saturday, our ability to integrate the insights we’ve received over the last two months is heightened. On Sunday, we gain a much deeper understanding of those things. Sunday’s energy is deeply penetrating with light, as the Sun will reach the degree of “an x-ray photograph.” (On that note, I should mention that the biggest sunspot in 25 years, the one that released so many flares but few CMEs a couple of weeks ago, sunspot 2192 renamed 2209 is now returning our way after its jaunt across the Sun.)

If you have neglected your body under these strong energetics, reconnect with it. If you have not had enough time in nature, remedy it. If you have not had enough fun lately, rectify it. If you have not had enough beauty in your life, create it with loving feelings for the Earth, her people, her creatures, and her elements. If you have not felt alive for a while, let the Sacred Masculine stir desire in your heart.

And please keep those photos coming when you capture sights of beauty. We Northern Hemisphere wise owls are counting on our pals in the Southern Hemisphere to remind us of Spring and Summer! Have a wonderful Sacred Masculine weekend, everyone.

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Truthout Daily Digest November 16, 2013

The “Golden State’s” Brutal Past Through Native Eyes

Bethania Palma Markus, Truthout: While indigenous people around the planet battle poverty and capitalist intrusions on their land and into their culture, in California, the most basic hurdle in self-determination – federal recognition – is blocked. Specifics of California history make it impossible for many to meet federal criteria.

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Obama Gets More Time for Iran Nuclear Deal

Jim Lobe, Inter Press Service: The Obama administration appears to have succeeded in preventing Congress from enacting new sanctions against Iran before the next round of nuclear-related talks between the US and other great powers and Tehran scheduled for Geneva Nov. 20.

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Two Years After the Eviction of OWS, Here’s 5 People Keeping the Movement Alive

Kathleen Ann Bradley, Yes! Magazine: Two years ago today, when Occupy Wall Street was evicted from Zuccotti Park, many wondered what was next for the movement. Two years later, we profile five projects that got their starts in the encampments and are still making change today.

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On the News With Thom Hartmann: More than 3000 Americans Are Facing Life in Prison for Nonviolent Offenses, and More

On today‘s On the News segment: Wikileaks published a complete draft of the “intellectual property rights” chapter of the TPP, and it poses a serious risk to free speech and information access; Republican lawmakers want to balance the federal budget on the backs of poor and middle class Americans; The Harrisburg Patriot & Union Newspaper has finally issued an apology for an editorial dismissing the importance of President Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address; and More.

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Lyme Disease Community Blows the Whistle on Corruption Within the CDC

Jessica Bernstein, Truthout: The Centers for Disease Control recently announced that Lyme disease statistics are 10 times higher than previously thought, at the same time as development of a Lyme disease vaccine from which CDC staffers will profit. The Lyme community has banded together to expose the CDC and their corrupt mistreatment of those suffering from the disease.

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The People Can Defeat the Trans-Pacific Partnership

Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Dissident Voice: With two major blows to the TPP this week, Zeese and Flowers are urging activists to come together and “stand in solidarity [to] defeat these agreements and end the era of rigged corporate trade.”

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Racially Engineering the Pseudo-White Barbie

Sean Posey, The Hampton Institute: While the late 1980’s and 1990’s was a time in hip hop that praised the afro-centric black female,today‘s music scene has given way to a new crop of racially ambiguous performers representing the rise of the Pseudo-White Barbie.

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Trading Women for Profit

Graham Peebles, Redress Information & Analysis: While the act of buying and selling is at the heart of the American economy, the painful reality of modern capitalism can be found in the massive inequality that leaves people vulnerable to exploitation, exemplified by modern slavery, better known as human trafficking.

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Greatest Hits-Bigger Than Hip-Hop: Youth Speakin’ for Themselves

Staff, Making Contact National Radio Project: Spoken word, the love child of hip-hop and poetry, is the chosen form of expression for many oftoday‘s urban youth. Making contact talks to the poets and students of Youth Speaks, from their annual event in honor of another master orator, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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The Buzzflash commentary for Truthout will return soon.

ALEC Considering Law to Weaken 17th Amendment

Read the Article at Salon

California Protects Wage-Theft Whistleblowers

Read the Article at In These Times

Vulnerable Dems Revolt on ObamaCare Vote

Watch the Video at The Hill

Chomsky’s Right: The New York Times’ Latest Big Lie

Read the Article at Salon

Trans-Pacific Partnership Opponents Score Major Victory

Read the Article at In These Times

Jeremy Hammond: FBI Directed My Attacks on Foreign Government Sites

Read the Article at The Guardian

Central African Republic Needs Aid Not Weapons

Read the Article at Mint Press News