Daily Archives: December 24, 2014

Tom Lescher – Astrology For The Soul, December 23rd – 24 December 2014

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It’s OK to feel, Whatever arises within, It’s when I distract, deny, and suppress,
That my troubles are soon to begin. The thing about this week is the danger of losing yourself in order to “look good,” “care take,” or “be there,” for everybody else. The challenge is to find the balance between, and honor both your inner personal needs and feelings while also showing up for others. This mantra does not imply that whatever urge arises needs to be acted on. The important thing is that the feeling is felt, recognized, and used for increased self knowledge and inner growth. Followed to its source, each feeling holds important information about who we are, what we need, and where to go, and why we are here….. tune in and check it out….. happy holidays!


Laura Bruno – Three Days Of Darkness And Time Out Of Time – 24 December 2014

laura-of-the-rocksThis will be a quick post, because I’m busy with people having meltdowns. Just thought I’d share that yes, the energies are intense right now. People I know who have done their Shadow Work are thriving. People who haven’t or who have only partially faced their Shadow seem to be struggling almost to the point of breaking right now.

That old prophecy about “Three Days of Darkness” may actually be upon us, though not in the ways most people interpreted it. Simply put, with the alignment of the Winter Solstice, the New Moon, and a long Void of Course Moon on Solstice, we experienced in the Northern Hemisphere an unusually dark night. For many, this felt like an unusually Dark Night of the Soul, and I’ve heard from numerous panicked people the last two days wondering why the Light hasn’t returned yet or why their New Moon intentions haven’t shown any signs of manifesting yet. Continue reading

Steve Lendman – BBC: Propaganda Bullhorn Specialists – 24 December 2014

StevelendmanOwned and operated by Britain’s government. Suppressing hard truths on issues mattering most.

Reporting what it wants viewers and listeners to know. UK-based Media Lens calls BBC “the most insidious propaganda outlet today.”

Broadcasting worldwide. Proliferating Big Lies. Asking if it can “tell the truth…when its senior managers are appointed by the government.” Subject to sacking if become too critical of its policies.

Consider how BBC editors and correspondents portray NATO. A US-led killing machine. Waging war on humanity.

Turning truth on its head claiming its mission is maintaining peace and security. Media Lens quoted BBC newsreader Sophie Raworth. Continue reading

X22 Report – U.S. Government/Central Bankers Push The Economic Recovery By Manipulating The Economy – Episode 549 – 24 December 2014

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Congressional Inquiry Finds White House Didn’t Use IRS To Target Political Groups – 24 December 2014

RT logoA congressional investigation into the Internal Revenue Service’s mistreatment of conservative political groups shows there was no coordination between the agency and the White House.

The House Oversight Committee report, clocking in at 226 pages, said that an 18-month investigation into whether the IRS targeted conservative political groups in a conspiracy with the White House shows no coordination. The IRS admitted that before the 2012 election, it delayed tax exemption applications by groups affiliated with the Tea Party movement, but said it was not motivated by partisanship.

Republican lawmakers, however, maintained the delays were politically motivated and under instruction from the White House, despite the Obama administration’s denials.

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NaturalNews – Mike Adams – Mainstream Media Panics Over Dr. Oz Teaching Disease Prevention And Nutritional Self-Care – 24 December 2014

NaturalNewss Logo-April-2014(NaturalNews) The pro-pharma, anti-nutrition mainstream media is engaged in an all-out panic over the success of Dr. Oz in teaching nutrition and disease prevention to the American public. Not surprisingly, all the usual suspects — media outlets funded by Big Pharma advertising money — have unleashed a wave of hit pieces against Dr. Oz, claiming his advice is “unproven.”

This is rather hilarious from the outset, considering the irrefutable fact that nearly all the most popular drugs don’t work on most people. The FDA will approve a drug for a disease based on a mere 5% efficacy rate, meaning the drug doesn’t work for 95% of subjects. Flu shots, even when they do work unlike the failed flu shots formulated this year, only prevent the flu in about 1 out of 100 people who receive the shots. So almost 99% of the people who take them receive no benefit (but they do get the extra bonus of mercury, as flu shots administered in the USA still contain this toxic heavy metal which is intentionally added to the formulations). I verified this myself via ICP-MS laboratory instrumentation that conducts mass spectrometry elemental analysis using a quadrupole mass analyzer. (See Labs.NaturalNews.com)
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Alan Watts – Why Money Rules Your Life – 24 December 2014

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ACLU Sues After School Gives Ferguson Protester Detention – 24 December 2014

RT logoThe Missouri chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is suing the Kansas City School District on behalf of a student after administrators disciplined at least a dozen pupils for protesting a speech given by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon.

Nixon appeared at Lincoln College Preparatory Academy back on November 20, when he addressed students and awarded the school with a Blue Ribbon award for being one of the country’s best. During his speech, however, 12-14 students stood and put their hands in the air – referencing the “Hands up, don’t shoot” phrase that has become a rallying cry for police reform advocates in the aftermath of Michael Brown’s death.

Brown, an 18-year-old unarmed African-American, was fatally shot by a Ferguson police officer on August 9. His death – and a subsequent grand jury decision not to indict the officer – sparked massive protests in Missouri, as well as around the United States.

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Republican Congressman Pleads Guilty To Tax Fraud – 24 December 2014

RT logoA Republican congressman who once threatened to throw a TV reporter off a balcony is now facing a 20-count indictment for perjury and tax evasion, including concealing more than $1 million in revenue. He pleaded guilty to one count of tax fraud on Monday.

The case involves New York Republican Rep. Michael Grimm, a former Marine and FBI agent. In April, Grimm was accused of concealing more than $1 million in revenue and failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars in employee pay at his restaurant ‘Healthalicious.’

Grimm’s agreement to plead guilty to one count required him to say in court how he had broken the law. He told a federal judge that he had underreported the gross receipts of his restaurant and had used them to pay some expenses and to pay employees “off the books.”

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Google, Microsoft Battle Marriott’s Plan To Ban Personal Wi-Fi – 24 December 2014

RT logoDespite being fined more than half a million dollars for blocking guests from using their own personal Wi-Fi, Marriott – along with other hotels – is pushing the government to legalize this behavior.

Standing in the hotel industry’s way is not just the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which Marriott is asking to rule in its favor, but also technology giants like Google and Microsoft. The two companies have teamed up with the wireless industry trade group CTIA to call on the FCC to reject the hotel industry’s request, Re/code reported on Monday.

The whole debate dates back to a March 2013 complaint, in which consumers stated that Marriott’s Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Convention Center was using technology that prohibited guests and exhibitors from setting up their own private hotspot on the hotel’s premises. At the same time, the hotel was charging between $250-$1,000 for Wi-Fi access.

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