St. Germain | 20-July-06
Our plans proceed with only minor adjustment, and as formidable as the task is we are pleased to report that it is on track to achieve its goals. It involves thousands of our allies upon Earth, and we bring their efforts together so that we may soon make the announcements you eagerly await. As we often take care to point out, our ways are legitimate and in accordance with the law.
We encourage positive actions, and you have excelled at keeping the pressure upon those who support the dark forces.
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Posted by allisonrae on May 1, 2012
What would life be without contrast?
Day and night. Happy, sad. Youth, age.
Yin and yang.
Solar and lunar cycles dovetail engagingly this week as Beltane culminates in the Wesak Full Moon on Saturday.
In the northern hemisphere, days grow longer, leading into the Summer Solstice just six weeks away. Farmers ready the soil for planting. South of the equator, light recedes. Eclipse season arrives with the next new moon.» › › Read the full article by clicking here » › ›
Look, it's okay that you make mistakes. Of course, you make mistakes. You are groping your way in life and often wear a blindfold. Only afterwards does the blindfold come off, and you see. Be glad that you see now. You are past a particular mistake now. You simply don't know everything. And sometimes you are not thinking. The thing is you think now, and now you are aware. Hurray. Be happy. Applaud yourself for learning.» › › Read the full article by clicking here » › ›
a message from Rev. Angela Peregoff
Monday, 9 April, 2012
"The way of the Creative works is through change and transformation, so that each thing receives its true nature and destiny and comes into permanent accord with the great harmony: this is what furthers and what perseveres." – I Ching.
I hope you landed in April with both feet on the ground and not too much residual effects left over from March's wild ride. Gaia's grids were infused a bit more than originally anticipated last month, and anchored with the recent Super Full Moon.» › › Read the full article by clicking here » › ›
Transitions | March 31 2012 Thanks go to my sister Yasmeen Harper for drawing this image for me that I’ve had in my head for years. I mentioned in an earlier article about what I felt on the first day of January 2012. I’d said that I awoke on January 1, 2012 all excited to [...]» › › Read the full article by clicking here » › ›
Matt Taibbi, March 30, 2012 Wall Street is buzzing about the annual report just put out by the Dallas Federal Reserve. In the paper, Harvey Rosenblum, the head of the Dallas Fed’s research department, bluntly calls for the breakup of Too-Big-To-Fail banks like Bank of America, Chase, and Citigroup. The government’s bottomless sponsorship of these [...]» › › Read the full article by clicking here » › ›