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Feeling the Magick in this post by dear Tania Marie. The thoughts, the feelings and the pictures. All a wonderland☃️⛄️🐰😘

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On this doorway between Summer and Autumn, I’m celebrating all of it AND Winter! Yes, just as I suspected (and just may have had my own little additional hand in with Jack Frost and the Faeries), the snow began to fall right after I completed my book and then continued yesterday on and off, and all through the night (that has me singing my fav from Cyndi Lauper now…All through the night….). This left an incredible, fresh wonderland this morning for me to wake to.


But that was preceded by an awe-inspiring sunset last night too, which had me in “ooo’s and ahhh’s” over and over. It felt like the light and portal I was watching before me, was taking place inside my heart and spirit.


Even the magickal Astrid was giddy with delight at her very first snow, running all around the rooms like a little speed racer this…

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This very clearly and strongly suggests to me that we should not be trusting our health and well being to anyone but ourselves and our children as well.  I’ve known this for sometime, a number of years but many do not. It’s important we take full responsibility of our well being And especially not rely on these very faulty agencies and individuals to dictate what we do with our bodies. Especially pharmaceuticals and vaccines. As far as I’m concerned this spans across the board. We have been way too trusting of those who do not deserve or earn that trust because of them being labeled so called experts 

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Reminder: Murder at the FDA

by Jon Rappoport

September 22, 2017

File this one under: “studiously ignored by major media.”

I first posted this story in August of 2012. It was based on a Truthout interview of a man who did drug reviews for the FDA. He examined applications to approve new medical drugs.

Pharmaceutical companies must have their new drugs certified as safe and effective before they can enter the market, before doctors can prescribe them. The FDA does this certification. Thumbs up or thumbs down.

Here’s the story:

In a stunning interview with Truthout’s Martha Rosenberg, former FDA drug reviewer, Ronald Kavanagh, exposes the FDA as a relentless criminal mafia protecting its client, Big Pharma, with a host of mob strategies.

Kavanagh: “…widespread racketeering, including witness tampering and witness retaliation.”

“I was threatened with prison.”

“One [FDA] manager threatened my children…I was afraid that I could be killed…

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In many ways I’m feeling much like KP and I embrace it.   
His description yet non description of it, suits me just fine. 🙏😘

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I’m not sure about that title, but there it is.

There’s a lot of things that have been “fired up” ever since that election of the golden-haired one. Both before and after. To me, that has been a wonderful event for the planet. Outer (visible) and inner fires have been ignited.

Things that needed to be released by each have been “ignited”, so to speak, so that they might be viewed and released. Some are facing their own internal fires… things that are burning in front of their eyes. Old patterns burning up… or at least being exposed. But it seems that if we do not allow those things to be “burned up”, then we become part of the fire. In a sense we get “burned” by those things that need to be released and “burned up”.

So I guess I’m saying that it might be helpful to let those

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I really like the concept of #UNRIG. It’s explained well in this interview by Jordan Sather. Thank you Dr McKinney and Mr Steele

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I found this a very well done interview. Short and sweet, excellent questions by Jordan. And if you look at some of the comments, you can tell he’s “drawn out the trolls”. Great job, Jordan!


Published on Sep 13, 2017
Robert David Steele is a former spy, father of the Open Source Intelligence movement, and recent nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of his development of The Open Source Way that integrates holistic analytics, true cost economics, and Open Source Everything Engineering. He is the founder of Earth Intelligence Network, a non-profit educational corporation, and the founder of #UNRIG, a civics education project focused on election reform.

Find Mr. Steele at https://phibetaiota.net/

Cynthia Ann McKinney is the first black woman elected to Congress from Georgia, serving six terms. She was the Presidential nominee of the Green Party in 2008, and is recognized as both a national…

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Made of Stardust

I love this post by Tania Marie. There are so many morsels and gems of gold she shares in her experiences and synchronicities.

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As I glance at the clock to begin this post my eye catches the time to read 2:26 pm. There is no randomness about that in my book, being that much of this post is centered around the theme of rebirthing, since 2/26 IS my birthday, and I’ve been seeing these numbers show up again. It’s also no coincidence my last post was titled Updates & Integrations Anchoring and my post of 6 days ago – Earthing, Faery Portals, Dream Visioning & Pisces Full Moon – spoke of the energy around the Pisces Full Moon – all of this making sense as you read on. I mentioned in that blog how Pisces rules the feet saying “dance like crazy and move energy through your feet, which will not only shake out everything from the core and move things fast, but will anchor and ground you as you connect those feet…

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Autumn Beauty Sunflower

I’m so excited for fall to be around the corner. The colors on this sunflower make it the perfect welcome to fall Thanks Laura! Quite a beauty

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This stowaway from Goshen finally bloomed this week. I’ve enjoyed the color next to the purple maple tree, as well as the hummingbird I saw yesterday sipping sunflower and cosmos:


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Sharing. In honor of Dick Gregory by Jon Rappaport

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The Dick Gregory I knew

By Jon Rappoport

I could start a conversation with Dick Gregory, and before I knew it, it would be going in six directions at once. He wasn’t just riding one wave. He was swimming in all the oceans at the same time. He was moving on his own time clock. Sooner or later, the currents of realization would come through to me. He was looking at a far shore that was more real to him than any present moment. He was already in the future, and he saw it like a grand impresario would see his own carnival. Grand, ongoing, symphonic.

I hadn’t been in touch with Dick Gregory for quite a while. When he died, two weeks ago, I remembered the days I spent with him, in the mid-1990s, in Washington DC and LA.

It started with a report I did for KPFK radio…

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