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Fresh update on "moon" discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

00:33 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "moon" discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

"In the 1950s and 60s, the United States and the USSR most known from The Beatles lesser hit back in the USSR. That's a joke. We're locked in a Cold War that started mere seconds after World War II ended. Basically, we were like, we won, we defeated one of the most evil regimes ever known to man. Good job, us. Hey, wait a minute. I don't like the cut of your mustache there, Joe Stalin. And Russia was like, get a haircut, you damned hippie. And a war of words and ideals and economics was waged between east and west, and everyone was terrified of everyone else, and all the world leaders had their fingers on the nuclear bomb triggers, and it was pretty awful, despite their never being a single shot officially fired. Here in the U.S., the company line was that we were scared of the spread of communism because capitalism is our unofficial state religion. And then, in 1957, Russia launched Sputnik, the first artificial satellite to orbit the earth, and the implications were that a, now they could spy on us from the sky and there was nowhere to hide and be first a satellite next and orbiting rocket launcher. Plus, if Russia got to the moon, of course it could set up a whole moon base, and that could potentially be the end of the free world as we patriots. Know it. It's important to remember that this was an incredible moment in global and interstellar history. Now, there are seemingly countless satellites littering our skies, but before Sputnik, there were none. That kind of thing was the stuff of science fiction. Sputnik changed the course of history. So it was with all that on his mind that on September 12th, 1962, president John F. Kennedy gave a speech on the campus of rice university in Houston, Texas, promising to make a mission to the moon and the American dominance of space, a top priority of his presidency. Kennedy announced the U.S. would put a man on the moon before the end of the decade, not to colonize space, of course, but just to make sure shit didn't get out of hand up there. Over the next 7 years, the folks at NASA feverishly worked to make good on Kennedy's promise. It was to put it mildly not easy and pretty damn dangerous. Three men famously died in Apollo one when the rocket blew up on launch, and despite or perhaps because of their deaths, a cult of personality grew around the program and, especially around astronauts, the rockstars of space. Being a spaceman was the coolest. It was dangerous. It was sexy, and most of all, it was patriotic. Not only were astronauts a few steps up the coolness ladder from, say, commercial pilots arguably the coolest people up until that point, they were saving humanity from the threat of nuclear disaster. And then, on July 16th, 1969, less than 7 years after Kennedy promised to put a man on the moon, the whole world turned on their TV sets and witnessed Neil Armstrong, Edwin Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins from NASA's Apollo 11 mission, land on the moon. More than 650 million people, in fact, watched live as a camera mounted to the side of the lunar module, captured Neil Armstrong climbing off the ladder onto the surface of the moon, and heard as he uttered the famous line. That moment effectively put an end to the so called space race. The United States was the confirmed winner, and the world could breathe a little easier knowing the nuclear weapons wouldn't be on the moon any time soon. Though this lay person wonders why us landing on the moon would prevent any other country from sending nukes into space, but what do I know? That's a rhetorical question. The answer is very, very little. Anyway. The moon landing was a global communal event, something that brought everyone together. It was a pre Internet viral sensation. Years later, Neil Armstrong said that wherever he went afterward, whatever foreign country he visited, the sentiment was always the same. We did this. Humanity together, not Americans, humans. But, as with any unifying event, the effects didn't last very long. Because with all those eyes on Armstrong and company, a small but loud group of people started coming forward in the years following the moon landing and were like, ugh, I don't know about this. Something doesn't add up. Because of course they were. We humans are a skeptical bunch, especially when it comes to matters of math and science. If we don't understand how or why something works, we decide that it can't work. Some people could not accept that not only did Apollo 11 land people on the moon, but that the subsequent 5 manned missions happened either, and one man pushed much of this suspicion. In 1976, while the majority of Americans were celebrating our bicentennial with the added bonus of being the first people on the surface of the moon, a long came former U.S. Navy midshipman, former technical writer for rocketdyne, the company hired by NASA to build the rockets that would ferry us to the moon. And author William Bill casing to put a big old wa over the whole affair. Casing self published a book called we never went to the moon, America's $30 billion swindle, which, as it's incredibly straightforward title suggested, laid out the case that the televised moon landing was a giant hoax. As were all 5 of the missions after 11. Strangers, this podcast is sponsored by better help. Better help wants to help you recognize the signs of burnout. The world is on fire, literally and figuratively. Being awake means being bombarded with bad news, whether it's personal or political and let's face it the political is personal for most of us. 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Amber Athey: Replacement Theory Is About Our Open, Unsafe Border

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | Last week

Amber Athey: Replacement Theory Is About Our Open, Unsafe Border

"You and I are adults We thought hey we're all responsible for our own actions right But there's only so many times Republicans can take the high road and Democrats can take the low road before the foil effect by kicks in I think outside of the real nut bags and moon bats on the left Nobody's listening to this anymore I mean this used to result in the past and boycotts and all this other stuff Did you notice how the pressure campaign just fell with a complete thud and their videos like oh yeah whatever Tucker Fox Levin bongino we all think again and everybody did We get it fine whatever Are you getting that too that this has just been so overdone that we're all kind of cooked on it and it just moved past it A 100% and that's the one that I think optimistic note to take away from these constant attacks from the left on conservatives in terms of character smears because I think in the past 5 years especially people have started to see the pattern and they've had it happen to them enough times that they eventually realized that these are not arguments being done in good faith These people don't care about racism sexism homophobia what have you They're just using it as a tool to try to silence the opposition And the reason they're talking about this replacement theory ban is because they don't want us to have a conversation about the fact that the Biden administration is doing nothing in terms of border security on the southern border They brought in Afghan refugees who have been accused of raping minors and beating their wives and so if you dare to talk about how we should be actually vetting the people who come into our country they're going to now lump you in with this crazed mass shooter who was a deranged leftist

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Lee holds off Spieth, wins again at low-scoring Byron Nelson

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Lee holds off Spieth, wins again at low-scoring Byron Nelson

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last week

Update on the latest sports

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Liberals, You Know You Burned the Country Down

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | Last week

Liberals, You Know You Burned the Country Down

"Now to the liberals out there you voted for this This is what you wanted This is what you wanted The destruction of our country and lifetime This is what you wanted Now you thought you could vote for these fairytales like the Green New Deal and all this stuff and virtue saying I have to clean out of here Now all of a sudden what you thought would happen in the future the destruction of the energy market and the food supply as we put corn in our gas tanks and other things is Biden tries to bump the ethanol mandate So feedstocks are more expensive fertilize fertilizer food Fertilizer is so much it's more expensive I'm combining words Fertilizers more expensive You thought that destruction would just happen to your kids libs and you don't really care Let's be honest You don't care what happens to the next generation you don't You did you'd vote for sane people but you vote for lunatics with severe cognitive problems That's what you do But you never expected the destruction to kick you in the nuts And now it is you're like oh my gosh that hurt cup check time And now you don't know what to do Because you quietly know even the radical moon bats because you shop in the same grocery stores and gas stations we do that you did this to yourself You know it you know You don't want to admit it because you're too proud but you know you did You know you burned the country down Come on let's just be honest Just stop the ball It's not the bulls stuff Please I have no time for it

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Astronaut Charlie Duke Was the 10th Man to Walk on the Moon

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Astronaut Charlie Duke Was the 10th Man to Walk on the Moon

Astronaut Charlie Duke Is a Man of Faith

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Astronaut Charlie Duke Is a Man of Faith

"Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to general Charlie duke who 50 years ago today, walked on the surface of the moon. Before we go farther, Charlie, you're a man of faith. When did that happen in your life? It was not during the time that we're talking about 50 years ago was subsequent to that. Yes. It did. I get a question a lot. Said, going to the moon change your life. It did not. But I came back. I'd always believed in God. We were church doors, took our family every Sunday to our little Episcopal Church and report Texas anyway, but I was frustrated. I was 36 when I landed on the moon, and now climbed a ladder of success now what I had no peace, a marriage was falling apart. And fortunately, some people came to, in 1975, some people came to our little parish church, and they started talking about Jesus. Personal testimony. In an Episcopal Church, that's unheard of. Back then, it was okay. But not right now, it's hard. But. My wife listen intently. And she was on the verge of suicide. And this was in October 1975. And she heard these people and she realized I've tried everything in my life, but Jesus. And so after the weekend was over, she went in a bedroom prey. More Jesus, if you realize I gave you my life, if you're not, I want to die. Well, Jesus came into our life. He's alive in two months later, I watched a change from sadness to joy.

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Astronaut Charlie Duke Talks About His Lunar Experience

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:32 min | 2 weeks ago

Astronaut Charlie Duke Talks About His Lunar Experience

"Welcome back. Today is the 50th anniversary of my guest. Charles duke walking on the lunar surface. That's technical term for the moon. Charles duke, welcome. I want to, I want to take you to that day since today is exactly 50 years since you stepped onto the lunar surface. Take us to the moment of entering lunar orbit, landing. I mean, these are the kinds of things most of us will never get to experience. Luna entry into lunar orbit occurs several days before we attempted the landing on the moon. And it was very dramatic to enter lunar orbit in darkness. So you can't see the surface and but mission control knew you were on the right trajectory. So you entered lunar orbit, slowed down, got into orbit. And then the sun came up real rapidly and you begin to see this very rough surface on the backside. We came around so earth wise for the first time, which is very, very dramatic. And then we started preparing for the next day to get ready to land on the moon. So we had a rest period, we ate a couple of meals, one before we went to sleep, one when we woke up, and in John young and I put on a spacesuits and floated over into the lunar module, just start off preparation.

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Charlie Duke Was and Is the Youngest Man to Ever Walk on the Moon

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Charlie Duke Was and Is the Youngest Man to Ever Walk on the Moon

"Holy cow, folks, I'm so excited I'm about to burst, we've got a whole room of people about to turn blue over here. Because I've got a guest right now who claims we don't know. We have no proof to have walked on the moon 50 years ago today, general Charles duke. Welcome to this program. I thought you very much, there's a lot of proof that we really landed on the moon. I happen to believe that you did. I happen to believe that you did, and I am so excited and honored to be talking to you, not just to be talking to you, but to be talking to you on the 50th anniversary today of your having set foot on the lunar surface and not just that. But as the youngest man ever to walk on the moon, yes? Yes, that's correct. I was 30 36 when I stepped onto the moon. I'm 86, and I'm still the youngest man that walked on the moon. See, now that's the funniest thing of all. You are to this day, the youngest man who walked on the moon. Yes, sir. But the title retained the title, but hopefully before I die, I will relinquish that to someone from Artemis, but one of the younger astronauts can claim they're the youngest in the moon. Do you think someone I wasn't expecting to go there so quickly, but do you think that in your lifetime it's possible somebody I mean, I've really just lost hope that anybody wants to go to the moon. You happen to be on the inside. So you would know. Well, I'm not officially with NASA anymore, but I stay current with what's going on. And the Artemis program, which is scheduled to land somebody on the moon by the end of the decade, is proceeding very, very well.

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"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

01:37 min | 3 weeks ago

"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

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"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

01:34 min | 3 weeks ago

"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

"So here we are. It is the day of the Newman eclipse and tourists. It is may eve. Belle tame eve. And in honor of all of those things, I am sitting on my front porch. In sunlight that makes it a little bright for me to see my screen and what I'm doing. In the midst of birdsong and some children playing down the hill and a mower somewhere in the distance. The most beautiful spring morning that you could possibly imagine right here in western North Carolina. And this in itself is the paradox of this new moon because we find ourselves in a beautiful world that we cherish that we love and we want to keep the best stuff and at the same time we are deeply viscerally aware that we are in a time of change. Political, social, some we desperately need some we fear and changes in the earth itself. What are we to do? What are we to do? Let's dive in and explore the energies of today's new.

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The Left Calls to Cancel Truth Social, Twitter, and What Next?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | Last month

The Left Calls to Cancel Truth Social, Twitter, and What Next?

"Saw his on truth during the breakthrough social I'm looking through Devin Nunes account and tweet out an article to federalist by Tristan justice he's left wing maniac groups crew which is an insane crazy person group They're like you should definitely true social from the App Store They're like well why should we do that Because you should because this is where these people you understand like this is what this is where they're going to find themselves right Elon now it appears they have a deal to buy Twitter Elon bite Twitter hopefully that moves in a free sensor of free speech away from censorship direction They'll be clamoring for everything to be wiped out This is it What Jim what do we say on the show am I kidding my head with the gavel someone sent me right now I always say about the left Folks they are crazy people They're freaking crazy lunatic moon baths Their movement is cannibalistic by nature It is like what is that a Peruvian soccer team and a sea yellow jackets It's cannibalistic by nature They will have to eat each other I always told you that the left eventually runs out of target because the right figures out a way to always move and it's my beach ball theory The left wants to censor and dominate people The right believes in freedom and liberty freedom and liberty is a beach ball It's hard to keep underwater It takes a lot of energy Eventually your arms get tired and the beach ball of freedom pops out and crests the water and just pops out above the waterline You can't hold the beach ball of freedom down

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Why Would God Allow so Much Evil and Suffering in the World?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:41 min | Last month

Why Would God Allow so Much Evil and Suffering in the World?

"I'd like to begin my discussion of the famous problem of evil. It's a problem of evil and suffering. With a quotation from the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. In his book called the Antichrist Nietzsche writes this if the God of the Christians were proved to us to exist. We would know even less how to believe in him. So what's Nietzsche saying here? He's saying, I don't believe in God, but he goes, but even if you were to give me definitive proof, even if God were to show up, write his name on the moon, appear directly in front of us in an indisputable manner, Nietzsche's like, it's still wouldn't make any sense to me. I wouldn't know what it means to believe, not just in an abstract card, but in this God, he's thinking specifically of the God of Christianity. Now, why would Nietzsche say that? What Nietzsche appears to be saying is that God as depicted in the Bible. This Christian God that Christians have believed in for millennia. Is not one that can be made sense of or reconciled with the world as it is. Nietzsche here is alluding to the fact that the world has lots of bad things in it. It appears to be very poorly designed in the respect that there are so many calamities of nature, there are horrible evils perpetrated in the world and why would God build a world in this way? How do you explain this divine architecture that allows for all this?

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"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

07:38 min | Last month

"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

"With Saturday's full moon exact in the middle of the day, we have two nights of the full lit golden orb in the night sky. Since Libra is the sign of the other, the place where we reach beyond our individual self two nights feels right. This full moon in Libra arrives in the midst of a fascinating sky. Most of the planets are in the third decade of their signs, sun and moon at 26 Aries and Libra. Jupiter and Neptune at 24 Pisces. The nodes of the moon at 22 Taurus and Scorpio. Notice all the pears. We see the asteroid air is conjunct the sun at 24 Aries, another pair. Saturn is alone at 23 Aquarius. The sun and moon are separating from a sextile and a trying to Saturn, still well with an orb. The other single tennis Pluto at 28 Capricorn squaring the full moon. Aries and Libra, the first and 7th signs are angular. In a natural chart they fall across the horizon, ruling the ascendant and descendant. As cardinal signs, both Aries and Libra get things started. They begin, they initiate. They ignite. Their modes of action are very different though. This is a polarity we understand easily. Aries wants individual direct action. Point them at a desired goal and their chosen path is a straight line, anything in the way had better move. Libra sees the world as a collective, a place of many interlocking communities. Individual action is essential, of course, but goals need to take the community into account. Working with others builds better and more sustainable solutions. Making sure all voices are included is just and right. To Aries, Libra is needlessly confining. To Libra, Aries is selfish and shortsighted. And yet everything happens within a context. Sure, this is a liebrand statement. It's still true. The sun sits right next to eris, the chaos goddess, who seems to represent the global crises we face. Can even an airy sun maintain the purely individual point of view when the health of the whole planet is at risk? If anything can bring us together surely this level of crisis can. And yet, a lot of evidence suggests individual goals are still paramount. Notice how this full moon is softened by the strong piscean presence in the sky. Jupiter and Neptune remain closely conjunct. They may not directly aspect the sun and moon, but their co presence remains pervasive and influential. It's not only that, both the sun and moon are ruled by planets in Pisces. Venus loves being en Pisces, exulting in her co presence with Jupiter, the other benefic, and also Neptune, another source of creative inspiration. Mars may be less thrilled to be in Pisces where he contends with emotions and intuition and spiritual insights, not always congenial to his character. And yet there's relief here for Mars who has finally escaped Saturn. Mars may feel lost in piscean mists, but he is still glad to be away from the planet who blocked his every move. Ruled by planets in Pisces and in the presence of the Jupiter Neptune conjunction. This full moon is about more than our personal relationships. This moon asks where we locate ourselves in the bigger questions about individual responsibility for collective actions. About how we build and shape our communities. And about how we ensure everyone has access to what they need. Not only to survive. But to thrive, Venus, ruler of the full moon, sex tiles, mercury and Uranus, who approach their own conjunction. With mercury and Taurus, we know in our bones that the world is changing. We feel how dependent we are on this earth, and how little we understand about how to protect her. The sextile from Venus and Pisces says, do not despair. This Venus counsels us to look beyond human communities, to think outside the box in uranian ways, finding how we connect with our ecosystems. What would mother nature do is the rallying cry of scientists and engineers who look to natural systems to find solutions to human problems. Our growing awareness of our vulnerability on the earth can inspire rather than frighten us. Saturn may be a stern Taskmaster but knows the importance of structure. At this full moon, the train from Saturn to the moon reinforces this principle. Not only is Saturn exalted in the sign of Libra, he reaches his degree of exaltation in its third decade. Nothing that Libra values. Whether in the arts, the financial world, in communities or in relationships, nothing is possible without appropriate, sustainable, structures. Saturn rules the skeletal system. The strength of Saturn creates beautiful bones. The structures that carry everything that lives.

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Fuel leak thwarts NASA's dress rehearsal for moon rocket

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Fuel leak thwarts NASA's dress rehearsal for moon rocket

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Passover Moon (MM #4041)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Passover Moon (MM #4041)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. What's the old saying you learned something new every day? I never realized. I guess because I'm not Jewish, that Passover always falls around a full moon. It's designed that way. The calendar for Passover is built around the moon cycles. To most people, the full moon this weekend is called the pink moon. And it's not because the moon will actually be pink for the most part, although sometimes full moons are pink depending on the sky conditions. It's about the fact that they blossom around the time. The dogwoods blossom every year. And with dogwood trees having pink blossoms, it's given the name the full moon. Of course, just like everything. We've talked about this before. I think I've even talked about the pink moon before. Every full moon now has to have a name. So the full moon comes in at one 55 in the afternoon. My time on Saturday. So how do you have a full moon during the day? So you'll actually see some of the pink moon because of where it falls tonight tomorrow night and into Sunday Night. I didn't realize the Passover moon was always a full moon. I've heard people talk about the Passover moon before, but had no clue. So why is it the pink moon and not to pass over moon? We'll leave that up for debate.

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Passover Moon (MM #4041)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Passover Moon (MM #4041)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. What's the old saying you learned something new every day? I never realized. I guess because I'm not Jewish, that Passover always falls around a full moon. It's designed that way. The calendar for Passover is built around the moon cycles. To most people, the full moon this weekend is called the pink moon. And it's not because the moon will actually be pink for the most part, although sometimes full moons are pink depending on the sky conditions. It's about the fact that they blossom around the time. The dogwoods blossom every year. And with dogwood trees having pink blossoms, it's given the name the full moon. Of course, just like everything. We've talked about this before. I think I've even talked about the pink moon before. Every full moon now has to have a name. So the full moon comes in at one 55 in the afternoon. My time on Saturday. So how do you have a full moon during the day? So you'll actually see some of the pink moon because of where it falls tonight tomorrow night and into Sunday Night. I didn't realize the Passover moon was always a full moon. I've heard people talk about the Passover moon before, but had no clue. So why is it the pink moon and not to pass over moon? We'll leave that up for debate.

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Passover Moon (MM #4041)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Passover Moon (MM #4041)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. What's the old saying you learned something new every day? I never realized. I guess because I'm not Jewish, that Passover always falls around a full moon. It's designed that way. The calendar for Passover is built around the moon cycles. To most people, the full moon this weekend is called the pink moon. And it's not because the moon will actually be pink for the most part, although sometimes full moons are pink depending on the sky conditions. It's about the fact that they blossom around the time. The dogwoods blossom every year. And with dogwood trees having pink blossoms, it's given the name the full moon. Of course, just like everything. We've talked about this before. I think I've even talked about the pink moon before. Every full moon now has to have a name. So the full moon comes in at one 55 in the afternoon. My time on Saturday. So how do you have a full moon during the day? So you'll actually see some of the pink moon because of where it falls tonight tomorrow night and into Sunday Night. I didn't realize the Passover moon was always a full moon. I've heard people talk about the Passover moon before, but had no clue. So why is it the pink moon and not to pass over moon? We'll leave that up for debate.

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Passover Moon (MM #4041)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Passover Moon (MM #4041)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. What's the old saying you learned something new every day? I never realized. I guess because I'm not Jewish, that Passover always falls around a full moon. It's designed that way. The calendar for Passover is built around the moon cycles. To most people, the full moon this weekend is called the pink moon. And it's not because the moon will actually be pink for the most part, although sometimes full moons are pink depending on the sky conditions. It's about the fact that they blossom around the time. The dogwoods blossom every year. And with dogwood trees having pink blossoms, it's given the name the full moon. Of course, just like everything. We've talked about this before. I think I've even talked about the pink moon before. Every full moon now has to have a name. So the full moon comes in at one 55 in the afternoon. My time on Saturday. So how do you have a full moon during the day? So you'll actually see some of the pink moon because of where it falls tonight tomorrow night and into Sunday Night. I didn't realize the Passover moon was always a full moon. I've heard people talk about the Passover moon before, but had no clue. So why is it the pink moon and not to pass over moon? We'll leave that up for debate.

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Could Prosecutors Convince a Jury That Trump Knew He Lost in 2020?

Mark Levin

01:23 min | Last month

Could Prosecutors Convince a Jury That Trump Knew He Lost in 2020?

"The title could prosecutors convince a jury that Trump knew he lost in 2020 These see what these fools want to criminalize ladies and gentlemen Seems to happen when he's focused on something else so as former president Donald Trump is trying to persuade a group of historians to view his presidency as an unqualified success He let it slip out He had lost the 2020 election quote By my not winning the election he was the happiest man Trump said of South Korean president moon Jae Now let's stop there Remember the other day they were peddling the 7 hour gap of the phone calls and it became obvious that they were all hoping that there was a gap that they were all lying They were all uninformed They were all taking leaks from the committee in regurgitating them So let's just break down this sentence like rational human beings By my not winning the election he was the happiest man Trump said of South Korean president Moon Jae-in Is that an admission by Trump that he didn't win the election Or is that a statement by Trump That that's what's been said

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"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

08:37 min | Last month

"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

"Overnight, the new moon in Aries arrives. This is the first new moon since the Equinox and therefore the first in the news a diagonal year. It's filled with Ares fire. There are opportunities here for healing, but also temptations around risk-taking impulsivity and generally acting out. Will want to choose wisely. The sun and moon sit together in this second Deccan of Ares. The sun rules this Deccan and has his degree of exaltation here. Austin copic, names this deck in The Crown, precisely for the strength of the royal sun. The new moon finds the throne room crowded. The moon is here, of course, but also mercury and Chiron, all four tightly conjunct. The tarot card associated with this deck and is the three of wands, a card indicating rapid change, usually in positive directions. Mercury in Aries is a unique thinker, offering their own perspectives on life. In Ares second Deccan, mercury can also be persuasive. Convinced of their own rightness and good at communicating why others should agree. No, this mercury is dark. And not available to us. Saturday evening, mercury will reach kazumi, the moment of conjunction with the sun that brings illumination. We might feel our minds stimulated at this new moon since the promise of the kazimi. But we'll have to wait for mercury's reappearance in the sky to get clarity. Chiron, the wounded healer, is also here, reaching their kazimi before mercury, on the night of Friday, April 1st. Chiron points to patterns of wounding, often ones set in place in childhood. It's never Chi run's desire to hurt us, but rather to point to where healing is needed. The ideas that when we see the pattern, we have the key to healing it. But what happens when both the triggers and our minds are hidden under the sun's beams? I think you can guess. This new moon has the potential to leave us feeling hurt without being able to explain or even understand why. With all this Aries we want to lash out. So let's return for a moment to the idea of making wise choices. Ares is not an especially wise sign. We might need a plan. In the context of the new moon, we might feel strong urges to act. Let's see if we can commit to making choices rather than decisions. What's the difference? Don't we decide when we make a choice? Yes, these two are very close. But there is something here that can be useful at this new moon. The word decision has as its roots the idea of cutting something out. Think of decision as the opposite of incision. Literally, when we decide, we're going with one option and cutting the other one out. This is the sort of clean cut action Ares loves, yes. Let's decide, but wait. Consider choice instead. The word choice has, as its roots, the idea of tasting. This is quite different from cutting things out. You might choose chocolate cake tonight. That doesn't preclude you choosing vanilla tomorrow or even later tonight. Nothing is cut off. Options remain open. So if you feel hurt distressed, irritated or angry, under the influence of mercury and Chiron close to the sun, make choices instead of deciding. I need some time alone versus I never want to see you again. Or I have every right to cause you pain because you hurt me versus I need some time alone. In other words, under the influence of this new moon, try not to do anything you can't undo. There are healing opportunities if we can grasp them. At a minimum, we can choose to pay attention to how we feel. What our body sensations are over the next few days. Maybe, with mercury hidden in the sun, we can't quite put words to what we perceive or how we think about it. But noticing is something. Tracking what's going on in the body is healing in itself because we're so quick to get stuff into words we sometimes turn away from the body too soon. Aries is a very physical sign. These new moon days are great times to move in any way open to us. To experience what movement is like. If we've got real spring weather, we can revel in that. Warmer air, softer ground, brighter colors, the songs of courting birds. At this new moon, choose to connect with your body with the earth with others you care about. Choose to take good care of yourself. This is a very eventful new moon time, also consistent with Aries, energy, as I mentioned, both Chiron and mercury reach their exact conjunctions with the sun. Also, and importantly, Mars will reach conjunction with Saturn. Mars rules Ares, and therefore rules this new moon. In Aquarius, Mars is more careful and organized than in fiery Aries. He can attend to plans and pay attention to important goals. Except that, right now, Mars is reacting against Saturn. This is the feeling of trying to drive with the brakes on that was so familiar in 2020. Mars wants to move Saturn builds a wall. This conjunction is one of the key aspects of this month and perhaps the spring. Mars and Saturn together can ignite conflict or escalate conflicts already underway. This can happen in our own lives or on the world stage. Because the Mars Saturn conjunction happens within the new moon phase, is already very close at the new moon. And the ruler of the new moon is involved, I feel it will affect the new moon itself. Which makes the idea of choices rather than decisions all the more important. Challenges surround us in the world and in our own lives. It's easy to feel triggered. This new moon is a time to feel that sense of challenge and restriction, not to ignore it. And then, to make good choices, about how to respond in the moment, and how to.

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So Hollywood Is Celebrating Will Smith's 'Toxic Masculinity?'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:19 min | 2 months ago

So Hollywood Is Celebrating Will Smith's 'Toxic Masculinity?'

"So just to be clear Hollywood which is just infested with not just liberals but radical far left leftist nuts moon bat crazy They insist to us that toxic masculinity Displaying masculine characteristics we would associate with chivalry and the old defending your wife in the old schools all toxic We should break down those barriers There'll be a better more harmonious world moving forward if we just dump these masculine characteristics So you get a guy who takes it to the extreme a comedian makes fun of his wife Chris Rock makes fun of Will Smith Will Smith walks up on stage smacks the guy on live TV in front of 13 million people He goes up 40 minutes later to accept his Academy Award Will Smith and everybody's like we love you will You're the greatest Oh my gosh will What are we doing without you These crying Everybody else is crying He's at the party He's singing getting jiggy with it later on I'm not kidding the video's out there He's dancing Everybody's taking selfies with him So just to be clear toxic masculinity is a horrible awful thing that's gonna lead to the destruction of society as we know it But go on stage and slap a guy get around to applause and get

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North Korea says it tested massive new intercontinental missile

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

North Korea says it tested massive new intercontinental missile

"North Korea says it's test fired its biggest yet intercontinental ballistic missile under the orders of leader Kim Jong moon the north disclosed the test details a day off to the ministries of South Korea and Japan said they detected an ICBM launch in north Korea's first long range test since twenty seventeen the north had tried to get U. S. sanctions lifted from diplomacy but those efforts had stalled in twenty nineteen Kim Jong moon has vowed to continue expanding his nuclear arsenal while preparing for what he calls a long standing confrontation with the US Washington has imposed more sanctions in response to Thursday's launch I requested

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"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

05:37 min | 2 months ago

"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

"It's all done for us. Somewhere else. This modernization has made life more efficient, a Virgo gold. But at the cost of some of Virgo's core skills. Do you know where you're drinking water comes from? Could you find your way out if you were lost in the Woods? Would you be okay overnight in a wilderness if you had to be? These questions might seem silly. Old fashioned. Almost a luxury. Today, Virgo focuses on spreadsheets accounting and actuarial tables. And yet, we have lost a part of ourselves. When we're no longer connected to the land we live on, or the ecosystems that sustain us. We've been floating in a piscean ocean for weeks now. Tonight's Virgo moon is calling us home. Home to our bodies. Home to the land we came from. Home to the land we live on. Home to what we know in our bones and can feel in our hands. The world today is filled with signs of change. Not little adjustments, but big changes. Epochal changes. These are also reflected in the full moon chart. The moon trines Pluto and the north node. There is flow here, connection. This moon stands ready to facilitate deep changes that will carry forward into the future. What's more, this moon knows in her bones that these deep changes can only come about through action. Not words or ideas, but action. Things people do in real time on the ground with stuff. This readiness is not something the moon can easily put into words. We're not in talkative Gemini right now, but instead in quiet, Virgo. Here, what we know is in our hands. Hands that can feel the pulse of change moving through the ground. Feel that life going forward will be different. Not everyone is totally on board with change. Venus at 11 Aquarius has finally emerged from her long, long retrograde. But I don't think she's fully processed everything that happened. At the full moon, Venus squares Uranus in Taurus, resisting both the need to change, and the need to get down on the ground to do it. Venus is also sextile Chiron the wounded healer in Aries. We are in touch with at least some of our wounding. We can move forward with some kinds of healing. But that square to Uranus might point to lingering resistance. To the idea that it's going to be too hard and not worth it. And yet, that moon, I'm finishing up this essay quite late. The moon is already high in the sky, not quite full, but almost. This moon knows things. We might need to be still and quiet. To learn from this moon. I think the effort could be well worth it. There's an old story about skill and its value. A vast ocean liner was in trouble. Somewhere in the Warren of engines, turban screws and navigational devices, something was very wrong. None of the usual mechanics could sort it out. Hours and hours had already been spent trying in time was money. Some one remembered a retired expert mechanic who lived near by. He was a magician with the inner workings of great ships. Surely he could help. The expert arrived, he listened to the sounds of the ailing engines, he walked slowly to a particular spot. He took out a hammer. He tapped a pipe, just once. Suddenly all was well, everything ran just as it was meant to, the captain and other top brass were jubilant. They thanked the expert and asked what he needed. That'll be a $1000, he said. They were aghast. It took you 5 minutes and only one tap. Well, said the expert. That'll be $5 for the tap. And $995. For knowing where to tap. I'm suggesting that if we can follow the full moon in Virgo to find that place of inner balance. Of inner knowing, we,.

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"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

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"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

03:06 min | 3 months ago

"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

"And still open, questions. The word crux means cross. Anything that squares the nodes of the moon is said to be at the bendings. This full moon is therefore, at the bendings, halfway between the last eclipse, and the next one. This is interesting in that we're at a crossroads with eclipses as well. We've completed 18 months of eclipses in the mutable signs of Gemini and Sagittarius. We are beginning 18 months of eclipses and Scorpio. Again, it feels as if the full moon wants us to notice where we are. And check in with what that means for us. As always, check to see where this full moon falls in your birth chart. Be sure to check all four of the fixed signs, Leo, Aquarius, Taurus, and Scorpio. In general, we feel any moon more strongly when it aspects something key in our charts. This time around though, I'm feeling this Leo full moon is reminding us where the world is these days. So this time especially it can be worth considering the full moon questions. Even if the sun moon and transiting nodes are not touching anything in our personal chart. We're all caught up in the changes the world is undergoing. This full moon offers us a window to the world. That invites us to consider our own investment in certain ways of being. And how that might need to change in an evolving future. This is.

"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

03:05 min | 3 months ago

"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

"This is Mary pat lynch of rising moon astrology, welcoming you to my podcast, which I offer at every new and full moon. Every once in a while, there are additional episodes, but the new and full moons are my focus. My website rising munis dot com describes readings that I offer as a consulting astrologer. And other information about the moon in astrology, especially and other topics. The music that you hear is composed and performed by flautist Suzanne Tang. The track is called September angels, and her music is available through.

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"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

08:29 min | 4 months ago

"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

"Tonight's full moon in cancer centers the moon as the focal point of the chart. This is a strong moon at home in her own sign and out of bounds as well. She focuses on home, family, food, safety, care, even more than usual. And can define an experience all of these in out of the box ways. Which is good because this full moon is opposed by a sun Pluto conjunction in Capricorn. Cancer and Capricorn are both conservative signs, not necessarily politically, but in the sense of wanting to preserve traditions that have worked well for generations. These signs are wary of change. Both long for the tried and true. Pluto shows up to test foundations. Their function is to apply some pressure and see if the traditional ways of cancer and Capricorn stand up to the needs of our current time. Where things of buckle under pressure, and we are all acutely aware of things buckling. Pluto pushes for change. Fundamental, deep, structural change. That can offer a more secure and stable foundation. So here we are. We know this is a time of great change. As worldwide pressures affect our individual lives, we face a variety of things. We might value our homes and families more than ever. We might become aware of dysfunction at home that now demands adjustments. We might see where structures in our lives are breaking down. Or realize just how lucky we are and how good we have it. Most likely, we're facing some of all of that. In various ways, with an out of bounds of moon and deeply emotional cancer. We have a lot of feels about it. We can look to the moon Mars and the asteroid heiress for one challenging dynamic. The moon and Mars both out of bounds, express their unique energies more intensely than usual and without reference to anything else. Mars shines heiress. The moon squares eris. The moon and Mars are quincunx, they can't connect, feeling they have nothing in common. Here we feel the tension between wanting to stay home and be safe and longing to get out into the world. Home is where I hang my hat goes one saying, wherever I am, I'm home. I find home anywhere and everywhere. This is about our capacity to be comfortable wherever we are. And also an attitude toward the world. The world as welcoming as providing. The world as adventure more compelling than stasis. This is Mars and Sagittarius. Home is where the heart is, another saying is pure moon and cancer. The longing for a deep, heartfelt connection to place people, a way of life that are both anchor and support. A place we can count on a place that's always there. Stability, security. Love. Eris is a chaos goddess who highlights the instability and challenges in the world. World events push millions from their homes. And force millions more to shelter in place. Even when we ourselves are reasonably secure, we're aware of large forces at play. We feel uncertain about the future in a way that's both existential and pragmatic. We also chafe at restrictions. Even as we know the risks of venturing out being social doing things, many of us are hitting our limits. We've got to get out. Go somewhere. Anywhere. Or we dig in deeper. We connect to our inner cozy. Our most introverted side. We might wish for more options, but when it comes right down to it, we're fine where we are. Of course we bounce back between the two. Moon and cancer, happy to stay home and take good care. Mars in Sagittarius, who has to move, can not stand confinement. This dynamic feeds right back into the transformational power of a sun Pluto conjunction in Capricorn. Venus and mercury, each on either side of sun Pluto are retrograde. Venus is deep into her journey through the underworld, mercury is beginning. Having both retrograde can feel intense. Keep in mind these two can support each other. Each is in a Saturn ruled sign, Saturn being the ruler of Capricorn and ancient ruler of Aquarius. In the realm of the mind, mercury and Aquarius and how we relate Venus and Capricorn were asked to focus on structure. Retrogrades turn us inward. Certainly each retrograde can present us with outer events, but the deeper goal is to direct our attention to how we respond. Mentally, emotionally and pragmatically to what happens. These experiences are about our internal structures. And how we think and communicate and in how we relate to other people and the world. Again, the questions focus on what's working, what's not, and what needs to be done. While retrogrades do focus on our inner lives, mercury and Venus also remind us that the world context is vital right now. Venus moves to try and Uranus. The revolutionary agent of change. During this retrograde, as we realized changes needed, we move perhaps from resistance to acceptance. Mercury moves to square Uranus and then conjunct Saturn. Yes, this is one more activation of the Saturn Uranus square. The ongoing tension between change and tradition. Our mind, mercury, dives deep into its own underlying structures. To grapple with where we favor tradition and where we seek change. We are in both at the same time. At home, diving into our own depths and attempting to grapple with what we find. In the world, faced with unanticipated and unwelcome changes that alter.

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"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

03:28 min | 5 months ago

"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

"This is Mary pat lynch of rising moon astrology, welcoming you to my podcast, which I offer at every new and full moon. Every once in a while, there are additional episodes, but the new and full moons are my focus. My website rising munis dot com describes readings that I offer as a consulting astrologer. And other information about the moon in astrology, especially and other topics. The music that you hear is composed and performed by flautist Suzanne Tang. The track is called September angels, and her music is available through.

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"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

08:11 min | 5 months ago

"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

"Saturday night brings a full moon in Gemini, sailing brightly through a velvet sky. Somewhere, at least, we may have clouds here. This full moon has a festive feel. Gemini and Sagittarius where we find the moon and sun are gregarious, friendly, and warm hearted. The closest aspect to the full moon is a trying from Jupiter in late Aquarius. Adding to the jovial feel. We might imagine dickensian characters wandering the streets. I've always associated Jupiter with the ghost of Christmas present. A giant bedecked with Holly, and offering blessings of peace and good cheer to all he meets. Christmas is only a week away. The calendar is packed with winter holidays old and new. Celebrated at home. While traveling under the forest Canopy, and in other places, as well. There is another side to this full moon though. One that is more serious. More aware of challenges and ready to explore deeper ideas, feelings and places. Gemini and Sagittarius are active moving, shifting, neither likes to stay still. Yet this full moon falls close to a time of endings. Sun and moon are in the final Deccan of each sign. When the patterns begun at 0°, come to completion. In Sagittarius, our searching reaches an end, a decision must be made and action taken. In Gemini, the duality we've been playfully exploring will find some kind of unification. The polarity must be resolved. We know the mutual signs arrive at the end of each season to be followed by cardinal signs. Sometimes the full meaning of this might escape us. Consider that each cardinal sign begins at a turning point in the year. Aries and Libra mark the equinoxes. Cancer and Capricorn fall on each solstice. The tarot cards associated with the third decade of all the mutual signs are the tens. These are cards of completion, endings. In the air sign Gemini, we find the third Deccan marked with the ten of swords. The nadir. The ultimate betrayal. Not one of the welcomed cards to see in a reading, the ten of swords does let us know we've hit bottom. Whatever is going on has reached its conclusion. There is nowhere to go, but up. In a few days, the sun enters Capricorn, marking the winter solstice in the northern hemisphere. On this shortest day and longest night we know winter is not over. Yet believe in the returning of the light. The sun stands still at each solstice. For about three days. This is one of the still points we approach at the full moon. This still point for the sun is not related to satiety position, but instead to the clenching or celestial latitude. This is how far north and south of the equator the sun appears to move. When the sun reaches their farthest point from the equator, they pause. Before turning to move back the other way. Feel the sun dancing in place on December 21st, and the days before and after. We will still be in the full moon phase when this happens. Remember these solar positions are marked in ancient stone. Where light finds its way into a chamber or shines through a hole or a narrow space only at this time of year. In a very real sense, this full moon invites us to see where we are. Are we ready for the solstice? How will we honor this turning of the year? Do we trust in the lights return? Another still point is upon us. 6 hours after the full moon, Venus turns to begin her retrograde. She has been slowing more and more in recent weeks at the full moon she moves less than a minute a day, almost no movement at all. The stillness of Venus is especially important for this retrograde because it begins within a degree of Pluto. This retrograde journey opens with a long visit to the most deeply transformative of planets. The retrograde happens entirely within the sign of Capricorn. Sine of the solstice, sign the sun enters in a few days, marking the official opening of winter. This Saturn ruled sign is not well loved these days, being associated with the pandemic. Restrictions broken structures, and outworn images of power. I believe one of Venus's goals in this retrograde is the reclamation of Capricorn. The planet of values having been infused with the alchemical energies of Pluto can help us see more deeply into this cardinal earth sign. It is, after all, one of the traditionally feminine signs. It's time Capricorn had a makeover. Mercury, ruler of Gemini, rules this full moon. They are also in Capricorn forming a tight square to Chiron, the wounded healer in Aries. Here we reach yet another still point. 12 hours after the full moon, Chiron stations direct. This mercury Chiron square may offer practical insights into how to manage whatever healing journeys wear on. What structures support us, which ones are inhibiting our wellness. What changes can we make going forward? Note that these still points are pauses only. We're invited to slow down enough to notice what's going on. Secure in the knowledge that movement continues. Think of the tide turning..

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"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

02:44 min | 5 months ago

"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

"This is Mary pat lynch of rising moon astrology, welcoming you to my podcast, which I offer at every new and full moon. Every once in a while, there are additional episodes, but the new and full moons are my focus. My website rising municipally dot com describes readings that I offer as a consulting astrologer. And other information about the moon in astrology, especially and other topics. The music that you hear is composed and performed by flautist Suzanne Tang. The track is called September angels, and her music is available through.

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"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

03:50 min | 7 months ago

"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

"Venus will start her retrograde journey with a conjunction to Pluto, the modern ruler of Scorpio, and another marker of the intensity of these times. At this new moon she remains out of bounds, following her own star. On the 7th, just after midnight, we reach the astrological sewn. With the sun at 15 Scorpio. In the Celtic calendar, this marks the beginning of the dark half of the dark half of the year. This is a time of ancestors, of telling the old tales, of leaving an empty space set at the table for the unseen guest. On sewing all fires were extinguished. Then, on the hillsides great bonfires were lit. As the flames flew upward, householders came together a new spark for the hearth. Endings, and beginnings. A recognition of continuity, walking hand in hand with change. Also, in the morning of the 7th, is the electional chart I'm offering as a good opportunity for making new moon wishes. This chart can be found on my website. And if you would like to have essays like this one and future electional charts, I share sent to your email inbox, please visit rising in astrology dot com and sign up for my newsletter. Later, on the 7th, we begin the Crescent moon phase. For all of these reasons, we stand at the Scorpio new moon on a series of thresholds. We are invited into the mystery of who we are authentically at the deepest levels. We're asked to consider issues like power, secrecy, manipulation, change, and stability, in our communities. And we're ushered into a time of change as we move into eclipses, another Saturn Uranus square, and a Venus retrograde in Capricorn. Perhaps.

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Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

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"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

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"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

"Tomorrow morning. A bit after dawn in my time zone the new moon in jim arrives along with an angular solar eclipse. We're really already in this energy and have been since the full moon and lunar eclipse and sagittarius two weeks ago. Still we can expect an intensification as the new moon becomes exact. The energy is bright buzzy and could feel like information overload. So if you haven't already it's time to think about what you need and what you need to avoid. During the next few days an important note this new moon is not a good time for setting intentions or doing any ritual. Work intended to bring about a particular outcome. Eclipses are not stable enough for that not recommended at the same time. This particular new moon eclipse will be loaded with information. The opportunity here is to be flexible curious and open minded in other words to be like gemini. Let's look at the patterns of this new moon. Eclipse the sun and moon will be at nineteen gemini. Mercury only hours away from their kazimi with the sun is conjunto. The new moon at twenty gemini. I the sun moon and mercury are conjuncture north node at ten gemini. Here's the first interesting thing. The new moon straddles the boundary between the second and third deck ends of gemini since the sun and moon will meet at nineteen degrees. Forty seven minutes. We could round up sates really twenty and avoid the issue but that would be throwing away data and we simply. Don't do that with jim. The second decade of german. I intensifies the innate. Duality of this sign to the point of contradiction. The third deccan insists on some form of reconciliation or at least a choice. Imagine mercury gemini as a juggler. Not hard to do as this image is often used for gemini and not hard to imagine when life has been tossing more stuff at us and watching to see how much we can keep in the air we start with two and think okay got it then three is a bit tricky but okay four and then five and then six and then no no more juggling but everything is important and too many simply cannot be let go. What can we do. It's relevant that the north node can get greedy. This is a place where we tend to want more so even if we can't manage the things we might find it difficult to give any of them up even if we're in a state of overwhelm we might feel like we should be able to handle it or maybe we could. If only we had to help we need or it's unfair. We can't have what we want one way to manage this is simply to step away during the eclipse and the days around it. You've probably already heard advice to stay off social media. There's nothing wrong with this. In fact it's an excellent strategy. Anytime the torrent of information is just too much. There's very little we truly need to know right now in order to live our lives. This is not avoidance certainly not during an eclipse itself care. But if that's all we do during this eclipse. I think we'll miss an opportunity. Please do manager exposure to media and two people during this time finding levels that work for you within this space you create be gemini. Keep your attention. Open widen your gaze to take in peripheral things usually ignore or simply miss be curious and interested without feeling need to understand it all get engaged to the extent you feel wrong to then notice what shows up what catches your attention. How do you react to it. What pulls you close. What do you back away from. And especially what surprises. You does something show up. You never expected. Or maybe it's your reaction that surprises you something you're usually board with now feels compelling something that felt overwhelming is now maybe manageable if i in a gentler way also notice where information comes from do your sources feel reliable and valid. Are you perhaps relying on friends or websites or blogs whose foundations you're not sure of are you evaluating what comes in or accepting it all. How do you know what's true. What's useful what can help. Tomorrow's eclipse is part of the solar sarah's series. One forty seven. In burn at brady's classification system this is s s five north. The first eclipse in the series occurred on october twelve of sixteen twenty four at nineteen libra conjoint. Neptune brady calls this sorrows family very unusual and says the eclipses here have heavy psychic or unconscious flavor. She suggests we watch for hunches. Visions and prophetic dreams. We can also look back to our own history to see how this clips fits in with other eclipses in the sierras family and how they've affected us this to offers clues to what the gemini moon eclipse might bring previous eclipses in this series include. One may thirty first. Two thousand and three at twelve twenty am am eastern daylight. Time at nine. Jonah may nineteenth nineteen eighty five five forty one p m eastern daylight time at twenty eight torres may ninth nine thousand nine hundred sixty seven ten fifty five a m eastern daylight time at eighteen taurus april twenty eighth nineteen forty nine three. Oh two a m eastern daylight time at seven taurus. of course you'll want to check where this eclipse moon falls in your birth chart if there are strong direct aspects to your chart. Then you're likely to feel its energies in your life. If not then you may feel more like you're watching the news. It's important and interesting but might not change your life right now. These next two weeks as we journey from the new to the full moon are filled with important events so even without the effects of an eclipse we are in an active intense.

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"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"moon" Discussed on Rising Moon Astrology Podcast

"The astrology of the moon and.