Laura Walker – The watery tail of Jupiter in Scorpio is making its way away from us today, leaving us with one of the most emotionally difficult days of our lives.
I have always endeavored to keep it real here, so I will just get to it, and we will get on with the transmutation of the energy. It’s good to know what the heck we are really doing.
Today is the last time the Moon will conjunct Jupiter while Jupiter is in Scorpio. This means that all of the ugliness that has come up from the underworld since Jupiter entered Scorpio a year ago comes to a head today.
This is good because it signals the impending end to the out-of-control emotionality and intense negativity of Jupiter in Scorpio.
It is difficult because we have no choice but to endure and witness the end of it, which is the most intense part of it. And we are tired.
Greg Hunter – Economist John Williams says the recent rate hikes mean the “Fed is killing off the economy.”
Williams says, “I heard President Trump make some comments to that effect, and he’s right. The Fed is trying to raise rates. The idea is if you get higher rates, the banks will be able to make more profits on their lending. It will also encourage bank lending. Unfortunately, on the consumer end, it raises the consumers’ cost of borrowing as interest rates go up. It makes mortgages more expensive. It makes borrowing more expensive.
Mortgages go up, people don’t buy as many houses. What you are seeing right now is effectively a recession in the housing market, in the construction area. Existing home sales have been down for six or seven months in a row, and it’s down year over year.” Continue reading “Fed Killing the Economy [Video]”→
Sundance – Earlier today we did a deep dive into the background of Ms. Christine Blasey-Ford’s life-long friend, Monica Lee McLean. We outlined how Ms. Ford and Ms. McLean grew up together; went to high school together; moved to California together; went to college together and were roommates together in California. [FULL BACKSTORY]
Aletheia Luna – There often comes a point where we outgrow the people in our lives, develop different interests, and even in the best circumstances, lose people due to the natural cycle of life and death.
But when is the right time to move on from a relationship that feels doomed? Should we wait it out … should we try to pick up the broken pieces, and if so, for how long? At what point is it acceptable to walk away and never look back?
Burning bridges is a tough and serious decision to make. When we “burn bridges” we are essentially cutting off all contact with a person and making it impossible to return. If you’re struggling with this decision, there are a few things you might like to know first.