Daily Archives: October 18, 2013

WakingTImes – Michael Forrester – All Truths Are True, Get Over It – 18 October 2013

waking_times_logo_6-5-12_1It is often a painstaking process to attend to this subject without having to counter the millions of strong egos who simply refuse to accept such a simple concept. It is the struggle of the ages to move from a position of duality to one of acceptance that all truths are true, regardless of their perception, interpretation or validity to one or more persons. It’s a challenge for most to take this on at face value because the query by human nature is “how can there not be one truth?” My response is always “how CAN there be just ONE truth?” Can you see through other people’s eyes? Can you experience their emotions? Have you lived through their life experience? Can you see all perspectives? Of course not. So there cannot be any one truth for all people, and if you don’t believe it, that’s because you are experiencing your own perception of truth. See how it works? Continue reading

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Grandpaw Peter Koyote – Flying – 18 October 2013

Uploaded on 18 October 2013 by Grandpaw Peter Koyote Yeah, let’s go FLYING with Grandpaw Koyote, see where we be, and what we be doing about it… An evening of flowing change, as we gather beneath the almost Full Moon, around this ole Campfire of flaming Love… Rock N ROLL always DOES sooth your Soul…

Steve Lendman – Washington Brinkmanship Resolution – 18 October 2013

StevelendmanBeltway theatrics don’t surprise. Ordinary people lose out most often. For sure this time. More on that below.

Late Wednesday, 16 days of government shutdown ended. Denouement came with a whimper, not a bang.

The Senate approved reopening government 81 – 18. The House followed suit 285 – 144. Obama signed the measure shortly after midnight. Continue reading

U.S. Debt Jumps More Than $400 Billion – In One Day! – 18 October 2013

 

InvestmentWatchU.S. debt jumped more than $400 billion on Thursday, the first day the federal government was able to borrow money under the deal President Obama and Congress sealed this week.

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/oct/18/us-debt-jumps-400-billion-tops-17-trillion-first-t/#ixzz2i63lZYc1
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www.investmentwatchblog.com / link to original article

HSBC To Appeal $2.46 Billion Judgment – 18 October 2013

The New York  Times

By CHAD BRAY

LONDON — HSBC Group said Friday that it would appeal yet again a $2.46 billion judgment in a long-running securities fraud lawsuit in the United States related to a consumer-loan and credit-card business that the British bank acquired more than a decade ago.

Read the whole story at : www.nytimes.com/ link to original article

SunTrust Banks 3rd-Quarter Net Down 82% On Mortgage-Settlement Costs – Update – 18 October 2013

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( Lucas : This is an example of what all banks should do pay back all. It was not their money in the first place but yours.. they made you belief you needed to pay interest and the full mortgage/home loan back… They already were paid … that is what you did not know when signing. That application was their trade paper… and it has made them huge sums. Now they cry over losses and lawsuits, etc….)

By Andrew R. Johnson and Ben Fox Rubin

A slew of mortgage issues hammered SunTrust Banks Inc.’s (>> SunTrust Banks, Inc.) third-quarter earnings, as the Atlanta lender agreed to shell out more than $1 billion to end several legal issues while grappling with a slump in loan refinancing that has slammed the banking industry.

Read the whole story at: www.4-traders.com/ link to original article

Dana Mrkich – NSW Fires And Lunar Eclipse In Aries – 18 October 2013

Dana Colour Pic NewWith 100 fires burning in the state of New South Wales (Australia), and hundreds of homes lost in a single day, this is as close as you get to a mass experience of Lunar Eclipse in Aries (18/19 Oct).

Lunar Eclipses are traditionally about letting go, healing and transformation through emotional release, while Aries is a fire sign, known for courage and force. Watching the interviews on television, the predominant response from those who have just lost everything they owned has been “It’s just a house, it’s just stuff, we are so grateful we all got out alive.” This is not to diminish the loss of the life one creates with a home, or the emotional impact of such a loss, as will likely hit once this initial shock has passed. It is however characteristic of the general Australian attitude, that no matter what comes our way we get up, brush ourselves off, keep trucking forward and re-build. Some things just cannot be re-built, and so this is also a time to send prayers to those grieving the loss of livelihoods and cherished momentoes.  The fires came fast and furiously, with people barely having time to grab their hard drive or laptop (this is where the photos are these days) and their pets – and some not even able to get to that. Continue reading