Trump's Astrology-4/5 http://www.polarisbusinessguides.com/, by Madeline Gerwick-- As of Tuesday's win in Indiana for Trump, and Cruz pulling out of the GOP race, it looks like Trump will get the Republican nomination. So I thought this information might be helpful to you. I finally got an accurate chart for Donald Trump's birth. For the astrologers who may be reading this, the data is June 14, 1946, 10:54 AM in Jamaica NY (very close to Queens, which is where Wikipedia lists his birth). I received this data from Swiss astrologer, Michael St Clair. His friend knows Trump well enough to get this data directly from Trump. So I'm satisfied that it's accurate and judging from Trump's behavior the chart seems to be correct. Trump has an unusual signature. He's a warrior and a "King" rolled into one. (ASC at 29 degrees Leo, conjunct the fixed star of Regulus and Mars in Leo conjunct the ASC) His Sun is in Gemini and these people are known for being dualistic. One never knows which Donald will show up and this is what scares some people. His Sun is also conjunct Uranus and the North Node. Typically this shows up as some different, often times a genius, and he's not controllable. This is what scares the establishment. His emotional nature (Moon in Sagittarius) is one of high-integrity, and someone who wants to shoot for high goals. The Moon would be a good start, but it's probably not as far as he wants to go. Although he has a strong tendency to be an honest, straight shooter, calling it as he sees it, his Sun and Moon both have trickster energy associated with them. So I'm sure he's pulled his share of pranks. His parents probably pulled their hair out before they sent him to the military school! His financial energies are incredibly good. (Jupiter in the 2nd house exactly trine Uranus and trine his Sun, and conjunct Chiron). It's hard to imagine a much better situation for making his money. However, he also has a tendency to miss important details or to be deceived (Mercury square Neptune -- probably why he hires good lawyers), and this has cost him financially as well. His progressed Sun (we all evolve over time, and our planets "progress" through new cycles and into new signs as we do this) is currently at 29 degrees Leo, the traditional degree of the fixed star Regulus. This star is associated with Kings (and royalty in general) who are successful unless they seek revenge. If they seek revenge, then their kingdom falls apart. This cycle has been going on for over a year and I find it fascinating that Trump waited until now to run for President (when his progressed Sun is conjunct the fixed star associated with Kings). In early August, Trump's progressed Sun will move into the sign of Virgo. Virgo is a practical, earth sign, interested in being of service to others, analytical, and focused on discerning patterns. Trump's progressed Sun will stay in this sign for the next thirty years, so it's a big deal. He's likely to change his demeanor to be more reserved. Most likely the public will think his handlers got to him, but it's going to be the beginning of a very long and big change for him. Trump's progressed Sun is moving to the same degree where the current position of the fixed star Regulus is (associated with Kings). This is one of the cycles that bodes well for him winning the Election. However, this cycle alone is not enough to assure that he can win the Election. There's another cycle on Election Day which certainly caught my attention though. On November 8th, the USA's progressed Pluto is at 29 degrees Capricorn 20 minutes. Pluto represents power and transformation. On Election Day, Mars overhead is also at 29 degrees Capricorn.14 minutes at midnight Eastern time. Mars in Capricorn represents a very, highly regarded businessman. It made me wonder if a highly-regarded businessman is coming to power on Election Day. I still do not have an accurate chart for Bernie and although Clinton is the Democratic front runner, I cannot see any establishment politician winning unless there's fraud. The public is too enraged to elect an establishment politician and this shows up in ALL the USA cycles. So if the Democrats nominate Hillary, it won't be a real contest. Trump will win, unless of course there's fraud.
Patrick Buchanan: Dishonoring General Jackson-4/23 ... To remove his portrait from the front of the $20 bill, and replace it with Tubman’s, is affirmative action that approaches the absurd. ... But replacing Jackson with Tubman is not the only change coming. ... Editor: Pat breaks it down why he is a tremendous figure in history. What Pat fails to mention and is not generally talked about is President Jackson's fight with the NY power elite and their early attempt to create a central bank. He beat them back. President Wilson was their boy almost one hundred years later, hence the Federal Reserve.
You know that the members and co-workers of the International Government have always had to obey its Decrees. For the last time let us turn to M., to the historical event of Our Warning. This age-old tradition of forewarning humanity, with each recurring century, is effected in full benevolence; in this lies its basic nature. Otherwise the role of the envoy would not be sincere and persuasive. St. Germain spoke to L. with good intent. Similarly, M. addressed V., and A.L.M. properly conveyed Our Decree. I praise all those who have aided Our envoys with their supportive thoughts. If Our warrior is told that a mountain is Ours, he accepts the decree. If it were not this way, the significance of the Government would be lost. St. Germain fell ill after fulfilling his mission because of the undisciplined thought of one of his co-workers. Guard against the harm of undisciplined thought. Think only in new ways. Consider as lost that day during which you did not contemplate the New World. Set yourself problems demanding concrete solutions to life’s questions. Do not waste your breath with questions of cosmogony while attempting to scale the heights of Earth. Agni Yoga, 77.1929
Once a French nobleman said to St. Germain, "I cannot even begin to understand the nonsense that surrounds you!" St. Germain answered, "It is not difficult to understand my nonsense if you will give it the same attention you give to your own, if you will read my reports with the same attention you give to the list of dancers at the court. But the problem is that the order of a minuet is of greater importance to you than the safety of the planet." In these words is contained the tragedy of our times. We find time without limit for all kinds of petty activities, but we do not find an hour for the most vital. Agni Yoga, 451.
To reflect upon true causes will already mean a contact with the Fiery World. Thus it is needful to strengthen one's penetration into the causes of cosmic manifestations. Will not the human spirit participate in them? It is especially necessary to observe the conduct of those people to whom assistance has been rendered. Whoever rejected St. Germain has had a dismal destiny. Rejected assistance is turned into an enormous burden—this is the law. Fiery World III, 449.1935
Urusvati has explained to many why We are called “The Invisible Government.” Truly, everyone to some degree feels that there is somewhere a focus of knowledge. Where there is knowledge there is also power. Not without reason do some people dream about Us, although others hate Us and want to destroy Our Abode. Those who observe world events may perceive something higher than human logic. Even some who are devoted to Us have accused Us many times of delay and indifference, but that is because these hasty accusers have seen only part of the events. They could not possibly know their causes or effects, or be able to compare the attendant circumstances. They could not foresee exactly when decisive blows had to be struck. Who, then, can know the Plan and the steps leading to it? Because of their partial understanding, people insist upon their own ways, but Our disciples will never forcibly hinder the decision of their Teacher. They understand how to harmonize their free will with Our decisions. One must possess great equilibrium to understand the wisdom of Our Guidance without crippling his own free will. We care a great deal about such balance. The best leaders of nations had this balance, and it was therefore easier to send them Our decisions. The “Green Laurel”1 about whom you have often spoken could combine leadership with sensitivity to the Counsels of the Brotherhood. He accepted the directions of Saint Germain with full confidence. In this lay his success. Perhaps Saint Germain came especially to prepare this future leader. All over the world one can find established landmarks of Our Guidance. Some enlightened people accepted it, but some poor parodies of monarchs rejected Our Counsel and thereby plunged their countries into calamity. But even these situations We turned to good. You are acquainted with Tactica Adversa. One may recall an arrogant monarch who, before the Great War2, received Our warnings, but preferred to lose his throne by rejecting Our Advice. Likewise, another head of state did not want to listen to Our Ambassador and preferred to plunge his country into confusion. It cannot be said that in ancient times Indications were given more often. Now also many such Counsels are given, but as usual the ear of humanity is deaf. We stand vigil the world over. Supermundane I, 25.1938
A Revolutionary Discovery in China-4/11 The New York Times Review of Books,
April 21, 2016 Issue,
Buried Ideas: Legends of Abdication and Ideal Government in Early Chinese Bamboo-Slip Manuscripts
by Sarah Allan
State University of New York Press, 372 pp., $95.00
When China’s imperial system collapsed in the early twentieth century, iconoclasts used the lack of ancient texts to question everything about China’s past. Led by one of China’s most influential historians of the twentieth century, Gu Jiegang, this “doubt antiquity” (yigu) movement cast aspersions on the received history that Chinese had learned for millennia, from the existence of its first dynasties to the uniformity of the great philosophical texts.3 For Gu Jiegang and his allies, Chinese history was much like the West’s, founded in myth and oral traditions that only slowly evolved into written works at a much later date. These were plausible theses, but Gu had no archaeological evidence to back his ideas, instead relying on close readings of the transmitted texts to find inconsistencies. In China, this skeptical approach to the past was displaced by the Communist victory in 1949. History was interpreted through another unbending lens: Marxism’s rigid eras of primitive, slave, feudal, and capitalist societies that would culminate in communism. Although this schema can still be seen in some Chinese museums, few people have truly believed in it since the disasters of the Mao era discredited Communist ideology. But over the years since then, as China struggles to create a new identity, a “believe in antiquity” (xingu) movement has slowly taken hold—one promoted today by the Communist Party, which idealizes a neat past of filial piety and harmony, a harmless, fairy-tale world, anesthetized and dull.4 The discovery of ancient texts has begun a challenge to these simplistic positions. ...
The Missing Head of Bacon-4/7 Peter Dawkins
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The Lost Tomb of King Arthur-4/11 Graham Phillips identifies a historical figure behind the legend of King Arthur, and searches for his capital city and his long-lost tomb.-- The story of King Arthur is known throughout the world. The fabled Camelot, Sir Bedivere casting Excalibur into the lake and Arthur’s secret burial at the isle of Avalon: these are just a few of the enchanting themes in the ancient saga that historians have long considered to be pure fantasy. Now, in The Lost Tomb of King Arthur, Graham Phillips presents compelling evidence that such legends were actually based on real events. During a quest lasting over twenty-five years, he has followed a fascinating trail of historical clues showing Arthur to have been a living warrior who led the Britons around the year 500. He has discovered that the legendary Camelot, Excalibur and Avalon were based on a real city, a real sword and a real island. And, most astonishing of all, Graham has found what he claims to be the location where Arthur was finally buried. An ancient manuscript still persevered at Oxford University, Graham believes, reveals the whereabouts of King Arthur’s long-lost tomb.
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The Royal Secret-10/3 by John Bentley, (This is a new book which I have not read nor do I own a copy, but it looks good. Editor) The Royal Secret is a story for all those who have at times questioned their life and faced choices between good and evil. It is an epic saga of humanity from beginning to end, and of an unknown future whose clues may lie in the distant past.
The tale is told through the eyes of an American woman and her quest for her own Holy Grail. In it she uncovers the true identity of one of the world’s greatest men. The would-be King of America. An Elizabethan known to the world as a great writer and poet but in a name disguised for centuries in a tissue of lies and obfuscation to conceal his immortal destiny.
Editor, from Sir Bacon.org: This public presentation to the Francis Bacon Society by Simon Miles in March of this year reveals new Baconian discoveries coded into the Merchant of Venice and can now be viewed as a video. Watch :
Don Quixote? Was it Cervantes or Bacon who crafted the famous tale?-8/2 A Barnes Review by John Tiffany on Don Quixote; PDF
How Einstein got it WRONG: Second paper proves 'spooky action at a distance' is real-11/14 Daily Mail,
The Theory of Relativity, Then and Now-9/29 Smithsonian, by Brian Greene - Albert Einstein's breakthrough from a century ago was out of this world. Now it seems surprisingly down-to-earth ...
Welcome to quantum reality-9/10 New Scientist, It’s official: the universe is weird. Our everyday experience tells us that distant objects cannot influence each other, and don’t disappear just because no one is looking at them. Even Albert Einstein was dead against such ideas because they clashed so badly with our views of the real world. But it turns out we’re wrong – the quantum nature of reality means, on some level, these things can and do actually happen. A groundbreaking experiment puts the final nail in the coffin of our ordinary “local realism” view of the universe, settling an argument that has raged through physics for nearly a century. Teams of physicists around the world have been racing to complete this experiment for decades. Now, a group led by Ronald Hanson at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands has finally cracked it. ...
General relativity at 100: Still no theory of everything-10/17 New Scientist, General relativity and quantum theory are fundamentally incompatible theories of reality. How so – and what can we do about that? -- A RATHER glib distinction is often made between the two pillars of modern physics. Quantum mechanics is the physics of the very small, while general relativity is the physics of the very large. That’s not quite accurate – for example, quantum-mechanical effects have been observed spanning hundreds of kilometres. And at some scale, surely these two supremely accurate theories must come together. Yet wherever they do cross paths, the two theories fail to play nicely together – such as around black holes (see “General relativity at 100: The paradox of black holes“). Efforts to establish a quantum theory of gravity have stumped many physicists over the past century. Einstein himself became extremely unproductive in his later years as he sought such a “theory of everything“. To understand why, we must start with a fundamental tenet of quantum physics. Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle embodies the fuzziness of ...
Large Hadron Collider ‘Could Be About To Find A Parallel Universe’-10/31 Yahoo News, It’s now firing at even higher energy -- The Large Hadron Collider is now firing at its highest-ever energy level - and scientists hope we could find a parallel universe. It won’t be a parallel universe as seen in science fiction - but it could give our understanding of physics is about to take a very big jolt indeed. One of the many mind-scrambling ideas on the table is that the Big Bang never happened, and the universe has always existed. Scarily, scientists are combing through results from June in the hope of finding evidence of mini black holes produced inside the collider. ‘Just as many parallel sheets of paper, which are two dimensional objects (breadth and length) can exist in a third dimension (height), parallel universes can also exist in higher dimensions’ Cern employee Mir Faizal from the University of Waterloo said. ‘We predict that gravity can leak into extra dimensions, and if it does, then miniature black holes can be produced at the LHC.’ ‘Normally, when people think of the multiverse, they think of the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics, where every possibility is actualised. ‘This cannot be tested and so it is philosophy and not science. This is not what we mean by parallel universes. What we mean is real universes in extra dimensions.’ ...
The Story of Kullervo Hardcover – International Edition, October 13, 2015-9/10 aMAZON, by J. R. R. Tolkien (Author), Verlyn Flieger (Editor) -- Amazon Review:: The world first publication of a previously unknown work of fantasy by J.R.R. Tolkien, which tells the powerful story of a doomed young man who is sold into slavery and who swears revenge on the magician who killed his father. Kullervo son of Kalervo is perhaps the darkest and most tragic of all J.R.R. Tolkien’s characters. ‘Hapless Kullervo’, as Tolkien called him, is a luckless orphan boy with supernatural powers and a tragic destiny. Brought up in the homestead of the dark magician Untamo, who killed his father, kidnapped his mother, and who tries three times to kill him when still a boy, Kullervo is alone save for the love of his twin sister, Wanona, and guarded by the magical powers of the black dog, Musti. When Kullervo is sold into slavery he swears revenge on the magician, but he will learn that even at the point of vengeance there is no escape from the cruellest of fates. Tolkien wrote that The Story of Kullervo was ‘the germ of my attempt to write legends of my own’, and was ‘a major matter in the legends of the First Age’; his Kullervo was the ancestor of Túrin Turambar, tragic incestuous hero of The Silmarillion. In addition to being a powerful story in its own right, The Story of Kullervo – published here for the first time with the author’s drafts, notes and lecture-essays on its source-work, The Kalevala, is a foundation stone in the structure of Tolkien’s invented world.
Is California youngster the reincarnation of Bobby Jones?-4/11 Golf Digest, By Mike Stachura -- 3-year-old golfing prodigy sees photo of Jones, says "This me" -- As the club and tournament that is the legendary Bobby Jones’ legacy to the game celebrates youngsters playing golf, a recent book details the story of a California youngster who has claimed to be Jones’ reincarnation. Not figuratively. Literally. In his book, Return to Life, Dr. Jim B. Tucker presents the case of Hunter (not his real name), a 3-year-old boy who identified himself with a photograph of Bobby Jones and selected a photograph of Jones’ childhood home as his. The child had gone on to win 41 of 50 junior tournaments by the time he was 7, including 21 in a row. Tucker is an associate professor of psychiatry and neurobehavioral sciences and the director of the division of perceptual studies at the University of Virginia. Founded in 1967 by Dr. Ian Stevenson, the division has developed a scientific approach to studying reincarnation. Tucker, who studied with Stevenson, makes the case that “this phenomenon, beyond being consistent with scientific knowledge, can even lead to new insights about the true nature of reality, both about our existence in this world and about the possibility of life after death.” According to the book, Hunter's father showed the 3-year-old a series of six photographs of famous golfers from the 1920s and asked him to identify which one was Jones. When he saw the Jones picture, Hunter said, "This me," and then seeing a photo of Harry Vardon, Hunter said, "This, Harry Garden. My friend." As was often the case in children remembering past lives, in Hunter’s case he referenced Jones less and less as he grew from age 3 to 7. Tucker’s research indicates that as children reach the age of reason these memories typically fade. In the case of the possible Bobby Jones’ reincarnation, Tucker wrote that the golf skills provided an unusually strong connection. In just nine percent of the more than 2,500 examples that have been studied, “the children are said to have unusual skills related to the previous life.” Tucker writes, “In Hunter’s case, winning twenty-one golf tournaments in a row is more than a subjective opinion. He clearly has unusual ability in golf. “[T]he children we’ve studied have sometimes shown unusual aptitudes, but not fully formed skills that geniuses like Mozart manifested as children. Hunter may be an exception.” There were four boys from California who competed in Sunday’s Drive, Chip and Putt Championship. One of them, Ty Griggs from Manteca, Ca., won the Boys 12-13 event. According to reports, Griggs didn’t take up golf until he was 8. ...
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Life After Life: A Discussion of the Near-Death Experience-4/11 The Daily Grail, For those interested in the near-death experience (NDE), the 30 minute film above is well worth a watch. It features video from the January 2016 'Life After Life' discussion at which skeptic Chris French and NDEr Raymond O’Brien talked about the topic, and is interspersed with pieces of footage from short films:
Hidden secrets of Yale’s 1491 world map revealed via multispectral imaging-9/9 Yale News, By Mike Cummings -- Henricus Martellus, a German cartographer working in Florence in the late 15th century, produced a highly detailed map of the known world. According to experts, there is strong evidence that Christopher Columbus studied this map and that it influenced his thinking before his fateful voyage. ...
Six degrees of FRANCIS BACON: Interactive relationship maps shows 'friends of friends' for historical figures-10/17 Daily Mail,
Editor: In June I took two consecutive workshops with Robert Peng on Qiqong. He's the real deal. His teachings come from a Master in China. There are several movements but much of Qiqong involves visualization, intense visualization.
Boy's rebirth claim from 200 years ago featured in exhibition in Tokyo suburb-10/19 Asahi Shimbun, By KOSEI KITO -- Tokyo--In an early reincarnation claim, a young boy became a sensation about 200 years ago after declaring that he remembered living a previous life as another boy who had died at the age of 6. Since repeated claims by Katsugoro, 8, sounded plausible, his parents made inquiries through others whether the boy, named Tozo, actually lived in the village as he stated. All the evidence supported Katsugoro’s memories during investigations, prompting authorities to even compile reports on the mysterious case. A commemorative exhibition featuring the reported reincarnation, dating to the Edo Period (1603-1867), is on show at the Shinsengumi Furusato History Museum here through Nov. 15 to coincide with the 200th anniversary of Katsugoro’s birth. “We want to pass down the reports on this case to future generations as a rare example of documenting a rebirth while that person was still alive,” said Sumie Kitamura, who works for the local history museum in Hino. She is a member of a group of local residents who gathered exhibits about Katsugoro’s life and the results of research looking into similar accounts of reincarnation in Japan and elsewhere for the event. Katsugoro’s episode was also reported by Lafcadio Hearn (1850-1904), a Greek-born writer who introduced Japanese legends and ghost stories to the world. A chapter titled “The Rebirth of Katsugoro” is included in his book “Gleanings in Buddha-Fields: Studies of Hand and Soul in the Far East,” which was published in the United States and Britain in 1897. Katsugoro was born to a farming family in the village called Nakano, which is today’s Hachioji, on Oct. 10, 1815. When he was 8, he began claiming repeatedly that in a past life he was Tozo, who died of smallpox in Hodokubo village, which is part of what is now Hino. His parents confirmed after contacting others that a boy named Tozo, in fact, lived in Hodokubo and passed away at age 6. Katsugoro further stunned people around him by giving elaborate details of Tozo’s home, as well as of Hodokubo, when he visited the village with his grandmother. It was the first time he had visited there. ...
Donald Sutherland on Fellini, Near-Death and the Haunting Allure of Venice-10/19 The Smithsonian, ... In ’68 ... I’d come across the Adriatic to look at the city, Mary McCarthy’s Venice Observed in hand, and in minutes I’d turned tail and run. The city’d terrified me. It’s only because I managed to muster all my strength in ’73, only because I was able to pull myself together and overcome my terror, that those three fellows are related, that their genetic connection exists. Venice is interlinked in my mind with bacterial meningitis. In ’68 I’d picked up the pneumococcus bacterium in the Danube and for a few seconds it killed me. Standing behind my right shoulder, I’d watched my comatose body slide peacefully down a blue tunnel. That same blue tunnel the near dead always talk about. Such a tempting journey. So serene. No barking Cerberus to wake me. Everything was going to be all right. And then, just as I was seconds away from succumbing to the seductions of that matte white light glowing purely at what appeared to be the bottom of it, some primal force fiercely grabbed my feet and compelled them to dig my heels in. The downward journey slowed and stopped. I’d been on my way to being dead when some memory of the desperate rigor I’d applied to survive all my childhood illnesses pulled me back. Forced me to live. I was alive. I’d come out of the coma. Sick as a dog, but alive. If you’re ever with someone in a coma: Talk to them. Sing to them. They can hear you. And they’ll remember. I’d heard everything they’d said in the room. I’ve not forgotten a word. ...
500 Years of Virgin Mary Sightings in One Map-11/14 National Geographic, Apparitions of the Virgin Mary, inspiring wonder and devotion among millions, have been tracked for centuries. -- From a village in Rwanda to a rock cave in France, sightings of the Virgin Mary have been reported across the globe since A.D. 40. Since 1531, the Roman Catholic Church has investigated these reports and offered approval to multiple sites where bishops believe miracles occurred, such as Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City and Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal in Paris. MiracleHunter.com keeps a catalog of sightings. The map below shows where the sightings have been reported, and how they've been classified by the church. You can read about how the Virgin Mary has become the world's most powerful woman in our latest magazine cover story, and see how obsession with Mary can be taken to extremes on Explorer: The Cult of Mary, which premieres Sunday, December 13, at 8 p.m. (7 p.m. CST) on the National Geographic Channel. ...