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post #161 of 294
hi there. so tonight there is a full moon solar eclipse, and i know that mercury is retrograde until next week. can anyone give any more details if you have any? i did a search but i found all the info quite overwhelming. anyone have a simple version of what the eclipse during a retrograde could mean?

TIA
post #162 of 294
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is this too astroY?

http://www.astrologyhome.com/Horosco...al_Weather.htm
post #163 of 294
oh that's perfect! thanks
post #164 of 294
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Various “realities” are being challenged during the several months that Saturn and Neptune perform their pas de deux. People everywhere are seeing things differently. What was once impossible to conceive is now becoming almost ordinary. And underneath it runs a common thread that Aquarius and Leo share in common: will power. On a deep level we co-create our reality by our will; on a more shallow level we cling to our reality rather than admit a mistake. These are two fixed signs, slow to change, and prone to self-importance.
whoaaaa tracy - in light of our other "snarkiness" thread this makes perfect sense.
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post #166 of 294
In the latest issue of the Organic Consumers Association newsletter there was a list of things to do in preparation for Peak Oil (still not 100% sure what that means, but I've got a pretty good idea). After reading the list, the suggestions are pretty good to adopt even without the threat of impending disaster.
http://www.organicconsumers.org/arti...ticle_4407.cfm
post #167 of 294
Hey Tracy did you check this out?

Bolding mine.

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(WASHINGTON)—The Global Positioning System, relied on for everything from navigating cars and airplanes to transferring money between banks, may be threatened by powerful solar flares, a panel of scientists warned Wednesday.

"Our increasingly technologically dependent society is becoming increasingly vulnerable to space weather," David L. Johnson, director of the National Weather Service, said at a briefing.

GPS receivers have become widely used in recent years, using satellite signals in navigating airplanes, ships and automobiles, and in using cell phones, mining, surveying and many other commercial uses.

Indeed, banks use the system to synchronize money transfers, "so space weather can affect all of us, right down to our wallet," said Anthea J. Coster, an atmospheric scientist at the Haystack Observatory of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
post #168 of 294
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post #169 of 294
Subbing and reading.

I'm pretty knew to astrology, I love the idea of having a birth chart done but how do I know who to go to? Any advice appreciated
post #170 of 294
Hey everyone - my DW turned me on to this discussion... while I will not add any more dire news to what is already being intelligently discussed, I will just say that if you want to make a difference in the current political system, there really is only one viable candidate that is bucking the system. If he was mentioned earlier, I am sorry - but here it is. He is the only one of the Republican nominees (and I think including Dem too) that actually would NOT pre-empitvely nuke Iran. He also wants to abolish the federal reserve, strengthen our borders instead of going after others, etc.

Sorry if I went against any rules about politics or candidates, but I feel strongly this is worth your time. He certainly does not resonate with me on every issue, but the establishment needs a shake up badly.

http://www.ronpaul2008.com
post #171 of 294
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Hey everyone - my DW turned me on to this discussion... while I will not add any more dire news to what is already being intelligently discussed, I will just say that if you want to make a difference in the current political system, there really is only one viable candidate that is bucking the system. If he was mentioned earlier, I am sorry - but here it is. He is the only one of the Republican nominees (and I think including Dem too) that actually would NOT pre-empitvely nuke Iran. He also wants to abolish the federal reserve, strengthen our borders instead of going after others, etc.

Sorry if I went against any rules about politics or candidates, but I feel strongly this is worth your time. He certainly does not resonate with me on every issue, but the establishment needs a shake up badly.

http://www.ronpaul2008.com

WOOT! You rock papa- Ron Paul is the shizzle! I'm so making signs and posting them...
post #172 of 294
Found this today. It's six pages, and you might have to register before you read it. Registration is free.
post #173 of 294
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interesting link. I don't have time to read it now but will later..thanks.
post #174 of 294
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Found this today. It's six pages, and you might have to register before you read it. Registration is free.
Enjoyed it- thanks!
post #175 of 294
is anyone familiar with the mayan prophesy of winter solstice 2012? we spent a week at lamani in belize where we viewed the tablet at N9-56... just amazing. what is more amazing is the similarities of timekeeping and mathmatics between many of the native cultures all over the world.

it does seem like an energy shift is occouring towards being closer to the earth... at least momentum seems to be growing in the area of awareness. maybe instead of and "end of times" as some see it, it is a shift in lifestyle?
post #176 of 294
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is anyone familiar with the mayan prophesy of winter solstice 2012? we spent a week at lamani in belize where we viewed the tablet at N9-56... just amazing. what is more amazing is the similarities of timekeeping and mathmatics between many of the native cultures all over the world.

it does seem like an energy shift is occouring towards being closer to the earth... at least momentum seems to be growing in the area of awareness. maybe instead of and "end of times" as some see it, it is a shift in lifestyle?

go to monkey pie's link.
post #177 of 294
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go to monkey pie's link.
AWESOME!

There was a screening of 2012:The Odessy and a discussion group several months ago in Baltimore (where I used to live). Having two under 3 at the time, I wasn't able to go, BUT I was told that it was a really amazing experience... people from all religious communities realizing and discussing all that they had in common, related to the theories presented.

The biggest realization for DH and I in Belie was how we had always been taught that the Mayans and other native cultures in what we call the Americas were primitive. We spent our week living with decendants of Mayans from Guatamala who moved to Belize during the revolutions and wars in the last century. The technology and knowledge that their ancestors had ASTOUNDED us. It just seems like here we are taught that the Greeks invented everything and that while the conquistadors were not nice people, that life wouldn't have moved on without them... and here we meet people who are decendants of a culture that was every bit as advanced (or more so) than the Greeks... it makes you question everything (you think) you know.

The other thought that I have is that over the past 5-6 years I have seen a pattern in my behaviors... almost a winding down, if it can be called that... maybe it is a natural progression and is normal as I move through life's phases, but I see myself being less attached to material things. Getting affairs in order (living nearly debt free), focusing on the world around me and living more naturally with less... getting my head together spirtually and releasing a lot of the negativity that I had when I was younger. Maybe it is my body's way of preparing for what is to come? A time when we will live with less materially, but have so much more spiritually and communally?

Jsut my random thoughts! I really do not know much about astroglogy or numerology, so I cannot add much there. I can tell you that Belize is a really life-changing place to visit. If you are interested PM me and I can let you know how we "did" it. It isn't veyr expensive at all and we plan to take the girls in a few years when they will be old enough to understand.
post #178 of 294
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AWESOME!

The biggest realization for DH and I in Belie was how we had always been taught that the Mayans and other native cultures in what we call the Americas were primitive. We spent our week living with decendants of Mayans from Guatamala who moved to Belize during the revolutions and wars in the last century. The technology and knowledge that their ancestors had ASTOUNDED us. It just seems like here we are taught that the Greeks invented everything and that while the conquistadors were not nice people, that life wouldn't have moved on without them... and here we meet people who are decendants of a culture that was every bit as advanced (or more so) than the Greeks... it makes you question everything (you think) you know.
I found this link interesting. It's doubtfull that Mayan accomplishments will ever be appreciated in the mainstream media with movies like this as top box office sellers.-

http://www.mexica-movement.org/APOCALYPTO.htm
post #179 of 294
Just giving this a little bump up as we start to get closer to 2008.
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