Daily Archives: November 25, 2013

Jon Rappoport – Fukushima Man – 25 November 2013

jon7So there I was

in one of those giant discount stores

trying on a new pair of pants in the dressing room

a cool neutral voice said

“changing your underwear is politics

and by the way when was the last time Continue reading

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Laura Bruno – The Faery Referral Network – 25 November 2013

laura-of-the-rocksSometimes I just have to smile with an inner wink! When we moved to Goshen last year, I felt an enormous pull to get back to the Earth, nurturing the soil and healing this land on all levels. Due to the number of trees that had been cleared away during the gut rehab of our rented home, when we first relocated, this land felt traumatized. It had been the neighborhood eyesore, completely overgrown and left to Nature’s whims, but, of course, that’s how Nature Spirits like things. Even though many of the trees had been diseased and sprung up so close together as to prevent thriving, this property still had a third to a half acre of woods in one of the more industrial parts of town. Without the trees, the newly renovated house looked spiffy, but the land felt stripped and deeply sad, like it had lost its way. Continue reading

Wes Annac – An In Depth Look Into the World of Channeling: An Interview with Wes Annac from the Aquarius Paradigm By Caroline Aguiar – Part 1 And 2 – 25 November 2013

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By Caroline Aguiar

Hello Everyone, and Welcome!

On November 13th, after I posted the message, “Guardians of Light”, I received an interesting response in the way of private emails from readers who shared their experiences with me regarding their encounters with lower astral energies while channeling. Continue reading

California Town Bans Smoking In Homes – 25 November 2013

RT logoWhile restrictions on smoking in public are becoming stricter across the country, one California town has taken things a step further and banned smoking in all homes that share walls with other residences.

The new city ordinance in San Rafael, California prohibits smoking in any homes that share common walls, including apartments, condominiums, co-ops, and even multi-family residences that hold three units or more.

The ordinance was passed last month but didn’t take effect until November 14, and applies not only to renters, but also to owners. It effectively bans smoking in one’s own home, raising the eyebrows of those who feel the government has gone too far. Continue reading

DealBook – Carlyle Raises $13 Billion For U.S. Buyouts – 25 November 2013

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By WILLIAM ALDEN

The Carlyle Group has a new $13 billion war chest for leveraged buyouts in the United States.

The alternative investment firm said on Monday that it had raised its sixth fund dedicated to buyouts and other private equity investments in the United States – its first such fund since the dark days of 2008. The $13 billion fund surpassed a $10 billion goal the firm set when it began seeking capital in late 2011.

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DealBook – British Government Reports Assail R.B.S. Lending Practices – 25 November 2013

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By JULIA WERDIGIER and CHAD BRAY

LONDON – Royal Bank of Scotland, the British bank principally owned by the government, said on Monday that it had hired the law firm Clifford Chance to examine its lending practices after government reports that criticized its operations, including claims that it pushed some business clients into serious financial difficulties.

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US Bank Customers To Pay For Deposits If ‘Easy Money’ Fades Away – 25 November 2013

RT logoAmericans may have to start paying to keep money in the bank. Retail banks have warned they might need to start charging customers and companies for deposits if the US Federal Reserve cuts interest it pays on bank reserves.

The message from the US banks comes as fears grow the  Fed could start tapering its $85 billion monthly bond purchases, the Financial Times reports. Less money injected could mean the US authorities will start using alternative tools to boost the economy, like cutting interest rates.

The US Fed took the drastic decision to cut interest rates to near-zero to help stabilize the economy after the 2008 financial collapse and the following recession. This allowed banks to pay less for the money they borrow.

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