Tag Archives: 13 April

Selacia – Prepare For April 18 New Moon – 13 April 2014

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Prepare now for the April 18 New Moon, an energy window for creating a new beginning in your life and moving into an expanded level of higher consciousness. Do the simple process I recommend here so you can be resourced to benefit fully.

Since this cycle is about new starts, consider key situations you want to either begin for the first time or scenarios that need a refresh.

Most likely, these will involve other people, relationships now being front and center for anyone on the spiritual path.
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Lisa Gawlas – How Real Does This Rabbit Hole Get??? That, Depends on YOU!!! – 13 April 2015

lisagawlas2Change.  That is the one constant in life and especially within that crazy little thing we call the “spiritual path.”  The more we learn, the more we apply what we learn, the more our lives changes, always for the better, even if it appears to have fallen apart to get ready for the better.  Thru it all, there are details embedding within our consciousness, our new applications for living life to the fullest.  All of our experiences have really set up the reprogramming our our brains, of the way the mind see’s and experiences life itself.  Going wayyy beyond the illusion and the  primary senses.

This morning, well, this month really, I have got to think about the massive shift in spirits focus in readings.  I have seen this massive shift before, primarily at the turn of 2012 into 2013, where spirit, thru you, became incredibly focused and details about this place we are now at I call Shambhala.  Thur this 2 year period, the semi-focus was on science like things, sine waves, quantum energy, vibrational energy via color, sound, emotions. Continue reading

US Farmers Going Out Of Business Due To GM Crop Contamination – 13 April 2015

waking_times_logo_6-5-12_1Christina Sarich, Natural Society
Waking Times

If you’re a farmer who wants to grow any crops that aren’t owned by the biotech industry, you had better be ready to burn some money. At least this is what organic farmers are saying, who are trying to grow organic crops but can’t due to pollen drift and cross-pollination. That’s right: GMO crops are contaminating the organic crops we’re fighting so hard to keep.

Read the full story at>: www.wakingtimes.com / link to original article

ZeroHedge – Foodstamp Financiers: Wells Fargo Workers Protest Re-Emergence Of Predatory Practices – 13 April 2015

ZeroHedgeOne of America’s biggest banks is going to be protested by an unlikely group today: its employees. As The Guardian reports, Wells Fargo bankers are protesting the bank’s alleged predatory practices – mainly the sales quotas imposed on some of its workers (which have led to at least 30 employees opening duplicate accounts, sometimes without customers’ knowledge, in order to inflate their sales numbers). One worker warns, “it is not in Wells Fargo’s best interest for customers to purchase products and services they don’t use or need.” Now where have we seen this kind of activity before? Wells Fargo bank workers are not the only ones struggling to make ends meet without breaking ethical standards as bank tellers have collected as much as $105m in food stamps.

Read the full story at: www.zerohedge.com / link to original article

Feds Investigating Nestle Over Reports Of Long-Expired Water Permit – 13 April 2015

RT logoFederal officials say they are investigating reports that food company Nestle has been piping water through a national forest in California and then bottling it for retail purposes using a permit that expired nearly 30 years ago.

The United States Forest Serviceconfirmedon Friday that the federal agency is looking into claims laid forth last month in an investigation published by the Desert Sun newspaper of Palm Springs, California.

According to the paper’s reporting, Nestle’s permit to transport water across San Bernardino National Forest expired in 1988.

“It hasn’t been reviewed since, and the Forest Service hasn’t examined the ecological effects of drawing tens of millions of gallons each year from the springs,” Ian James wrote in the paper last month.

Read the full story at: www.rt.com / link to original article

Iran Suspends Pilgrimage To Saudi Arabia Over ‘Sexual Assaults’ Of Teen Boys – 13 April 2015

RT logoIran has suspended flights for pilgrims to Muslim holy places in Saudi Arabia in protest over the alleged sexual assault of two Iranian boys by Saudi security officials, Iranian Culture Minister Ali Jannati said on Monday.

“Until these guilty people are put on trial and punished, the Umrah will be stopped and Iranian flights will be suspended,” the Iranian Students News Agency (ISNA) quoted Jannati as saying.

Some 500,000 Iranian undertake the Umra each year. The Umra can be undertaken at anytime throughout the year, other than during the main pilgrimage, or Hajj.

The current ban excludes the Hajj, which is compulsory for able bodied Muslims at least once in their lifetime, if they can afford it.

Read the full story at: www.rt.com / link to original article

ZeroHedge – “We Have Come To The End Of The Road” – Greece Prepares For Default, FT Reports – 13 April 2015

ZeroHedgeUpdate: as always is the case in Europe, nothing is confirmed until it is officially denied by officials, so here you go: GREEK GOVT OFFICIAL DENIES FT REPORT GREECE PLANNING DEFAULT

There was no explanation from the government official where Greece would get the €2.5 billion it needs to fund upcoming IMF interest and principal payments.

Read the full story at: www.zerohedge.com / link to original article

​‘Excessive’ Perks: BP Boss Receives £1.7M In Pension Benefits, Despite Profit Fall – 13 April 2015

RT logoCampaigners in the UK have labeled BP chief executive Bob Dudley’s pension scheme “excessive,” after the oil tycoon pocketed £1.7 million in pension benefits last year.

Dudley’s award is roughly 10 times the average pension payment received by a FTSE 100 director and 62 times the average annual salary in the UK.

News of his benefit prompted hostility after BP posted a 10 percent fall in profits in February.

The oil giant also announced it would be cutting capital expenditure by between $4 billion and $6 billion this year.

This is in addition to £665 million cost-cutting drive, which involves sacking 200 full-time onshore positions and 100 contractor roles from its North Sea workforce.
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Ex-Blackwater Guards Face Life, Long Sentences For Baghdad Massacre – 13 April 2015

RT logoFour men who worked for the private military contracting firm formerly known as Blackwater are scheduled to be sentenced in federal court on Monday, more than seven years after they massacred Iraqi civilians in Nisour Square, Baghdad.

A sentencing hearing for the four men – Nicholas Slatten, Dustin Heard, Evan Liberty and Paul Slough – was scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. ET in Washington, DC on Monday.

Six months earlier, a jury convicted Slatten, a former Blackwater security guard, of first-degree murder for his role in the infamous September 2007 ambush. He faces a maximum sentence of life in prison, while his three colleagues are all subject to minimum sentences of 30 years behind bars as a result of firearms convictions they were handed last fall.

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Steve Lendman – Obama’s War On Yemen Risks Involving Iran – 13 April 2015

StevelendmanIs this what Washington and Israel intend or another example of the rule of untended consequences of reckless actions?

What’s ongoing in Yemen, Syria, Libya, Palestine and Ukraine dangerously resemble events preceding WW I.

One nation after another got involved to help both sides. Things spun out-of-control.

Deadly consequences followed. Before they ended, over 20 million died. Many more were maimed for life. An entire generation of youth was lost.

If Washington challenges Russia over Ukraine militarily, Syria directly by invading, or Iran over Yemen belligerently, all bets are off. The worst of outcomes may follow. Continue reading