Shanta Gabriel – The light of God is always shining and this Divine Light exists in all people, all things and all circumstances. Awareness of this Light will bring it into your consciousness, enabling you to see from an enlightened perspective.
The Divine Presence is the very energy in which you live, move and have your being. This energy is infinite and all-encompassing and exists in all situations. This truth may be difficult to remember at times. In fact, it may appear as though there is nothing but darkness. However, remembering this Divine Power is available will bring light into every dark circumstance. Continue reading “God Exists in All Circumstances”
Week Ahead Forecasts 21 – 28 July 2019
21 July – Venus opposite Pluto, Sun conjunct Mercury RX
22 July – Sun into Leo
24 July – Mercury RX conjunct Venus
25 July – Mars trine Jupiter
27 July – Venus into Leo
Lorna Bevan – A deep outbreath! Finally, the Sun edges out of the crosshairs of the Saturn/Pluto eclipse zone and into his own sign of Leo. Venus in Cancer quickly passes through an opposition to Pluto this Sunday and joins the Sun in Leo on Saturday 27th.
It’s a week when the inner planets – Mercury, Mars and Venus – begin to re-align your head, heart and soul in the aftermath of last week’s end of an era lunar eclipse. A stunning Grand Trine in Fire between Jupiter, Mars and Chiron reminds you to have faith and hope for a better future whatever your circumstances. The Mercury /Sun and midweek Mercury/Venus conjunction deliver news or information that changes your perspective. Continue reading “Re-Grouping and Re-Orienting”
Joseph P Farrell – Something very odd happened this week in my email inbox: I received a swarm of emails all about “things going wrong” all over the world, and for a moment, I was tempted to put them all into this week’s “honorable mentions” blog on Saturday. But I can’t avoid the intuition – and it’s nothing more than an intuition – that all these weird stories might somehow be related.
The how is of course, the problem. I’ve decided to call these “glitches ex machina” because, as always, we’re told that all of this is due to that now well-known gremlin in the systems, or, to put it differently, we’re simply being told nothing at all, other than it’s all due to the “technical glitch gremlin.”
With that in mind, T. M. spotted this article about the last-minute delay of the launch of India’s lunar Chandrayaan-2 lander which was put on hold due to – and I quote – a “technical glitch”: Continue reading “Glitches Ex Machina Galore”
Sean Adl-Tabatabai – Dr. Drew Pinksy has warned that Los Angeles faces an imminent outbreak of bubonic plague due to the growing homeless population and failure to deal with rodent problems.
Dr. Drew made the warning during a Periscope broadcast by Dilbert cartoonist Scott Adams.
Continue reading “Rat-Infested Los Angeles Faces Imminent Bubonic Plague Outbreak”
Clarice Feldman – The French movie Hiroshima Mon Amour is based on human memory and forgetfulness as recounted by two lovers. The tale of the congresswoman who calls herself Ilhan Omar is a tale of an anti-Semite bred-in-the-bone corruptocrat whose rise in political power rests very largely on complicity by the media’s airbrushing of her history because they thought this physically attractive African Moslem “refugee” was just the ticket to defeat Donald Trump. The media counts on our forgetfulness and ignorance.
Hard work by independent media, however, has exposed her and her media apologists and the Democrats have little choice: Condemn her and remove her from her committee assignments or suffer the consequences. Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s repeated defense of her, (doubtless for fear of being targeted by the leftist nutjobs in her ranks) has placed her party’s continued majority in serious jeopardy. Continue reading “Mogadishu Mon Amour”