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    Just watch this one. This May might be one for the history books? We'll see.


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    Full moon in Libra, in square relationship with Mars and Saturn which are conjunct within a degree and a half (pretty close but not on the nose). Which means Mars and Saturn are either in Capricorn or Cancer. This is not really an unusual transit...transitory situation. It likely occurs at a frequency of once a year. Not really a generational event. But perhaps interesting.

    I think it is a little overstated but I haven't finished listening to the video...

    He just said Mars and Saturn were in Aries...180 degrees from Libra...that is not a 'square' relationship, it is 'opposition'...oops on him...

    It isn't possible for Mars to go to Capricorn from Aries in a couple weeks can't happen.

    Ok, he misspoke the Apr 02, conjunction was in Sagittarius not Aries and it isn't a square or opposition transit...it's a sextile which is considered beneficial and further in this month Mars will be in Capricorn which unfortunately explains my mood...

    I had to listen to it several times to make sure I was hearing correctly...he also says a new moon in Aries is benign as it is in trine...uh, uh, sextile to Saturn...why he switched the statement I have no idea but he was correct the first time. It was trine not sextile...who knows...
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    Quote Originally posted by Dumpster Diver View Post
    Being part Irish and part German has me getting into bar fights as I goose step thru small countries...
    Being Swedish/Sami Lapp and Scottish has me lapp dancing to the strains of bagpipes. Wow...that is one creepy image!

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    Quote Originally posted by Elen View Post
    The Irish could always make me laugh when nothing else could. It must be "built in" to their DNA and language. I just love them!
    It's the suffering, the famines, the displacement, the Catholic Church. Sometimes the people who have the least to laugh about laugh the most!

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    Hey DD,

    I'm German/Irish on me mudder's side...
    "We are one thought away from changing the world!"

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    Quote Originally posted by NotAPretender View Post
    Hey DD,

    I'm German/Irish on me mudder's side...
    Hey, no wonder we get along so well! Linked arm in arm, we can fight/goose step into the murky future together!

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    Being Swedish/Sami Lapp and Scottish has me lapp dancing to the strains of bagpipes. Wow...that is one creepy image!
    Lapp dancing!

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    Quote Originally posted by Dumpster Diver View Post
    Hey, no wonder we get along so well! Linked arm in arm, we can fight/goose step into the murky future together!



    Lapp dancing!
    amen to that cousin...
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    We have a group meditation on Thurs nites and were expecting around ten or so people, as last week the heating did not work, cold meditating produces unhappy eskimoes, well over 20 arrived, nice sign again.

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    Quote Originally posted by Aianawa View Post
    cold meditating produces unhappy eskimoes
    = DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR =

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    ... here in the 4th Reich we call them unhappy campers.

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    The cold meditators need some more Wim Hof breathing. And some more cold therapy. (I don't know that I could do it)

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    Wim Hof makes us Scandinavians look like sissies.

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    Quote Originally posted by Nothing View Post
    It's all rather quite common,
    to hardly notice increments of change.
    The microscopic growth, the macroscopic twist.
    Minute things getting smaller, every second.
    Stretching big things taller,
    making new things in the order of things.
    Time collects dust and throws it away again.
    Seamless without apparent narrative, to give any bearings.
    For only by the cracks and the changes, might we catch a glimpse.
    It's all rather quite common,
    to hardly notice increments of change.
    The microscopic growth, the hairline resists.
    Stretching limbs out to crucial points,
    branching off in the right order of things.
    Left alone to reach that critical point that will never arrive.
    Time stretches and snaps, for the hell of it.
    It sneaks around behind your gaze.
    It stands ahead in clear view too.
    An envelope surrounding a stamp with an image of a letterbox printed on it.
    Sitting in a postbox.
    Wet, with microscopic mould eating it from the inside out.
    An invitation long past its date.
    That feeling when finally it is found.
    The realization of all that is around.
    My how things have changed.
    that's a good one, Nothing...all too true
    "We are one thought away from changing the world!"

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