2nd Full Moon of Spring – Elder Mountain Dreaming

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Our “Second Full Moon of Spring” begins Wed., April 10, 2017 @ 2:43 pm PDT and she sits at 20 degrees Scorpio with the Sun at 20 Taurus. Last year’s second full moon of spring was at 2 degrees Scorpio on April 20, 2016… do you remember what your sacred intention of release was last year? If not, check your dreaming-lunar journal to see how your release issue had progressed or you can start a dreaming-lunar journal with us, to see how moon cycles bring the same signs & synchronicity each moon cycle. You will be quiet surprised that the same symbols appear in each lunar unique cycle to guide you.

The harvest moon rising behind Hawksbill Crag Upper Buffalo River Wilderness - Ozark National ForestOn the full moon, we learn the practices and sacred arts of “letting go” each month, which is not an easy journey considering we live in a world of acquisition, adventure and accomplishment of mind-body. Our soul takes a back seat until crisis strikes but we rarely hear her calling or we turn away hoping her mourning dove’s song will disappear. In this moon, the river runs very deep and the beauty of the day is to sooth our soul as we all grow up and mature, regardless of what age we are.

Shamanism is one of our closest links to our soul and had evolved from the previous dreaming cultures of woman. Our soul needs no plant to give us a vision, it needs no medicines to ease emotional pain, no outside sources or forces to give false vision. What our soul does need is for you to practice the reconnect of the “embodiment” of our soul, being grounded within and healing first the emotional issues in our life which is more hidden than you can imagine, even when its right in front of you. How do you listen to the soul? Well, this moon cycle…

This Full Moon Mercury & Uranus conjunct and this is a very specific unity. The listening and communication of Mercury, aligning with the deeper levels of Uranian listening and communication and that is when magical or chaos happens. An example is today I was washing my clothes and on the last spinning cycle when I heard someone drumming outside and thought they were pretty good. I stopped for a second and wondered if it was the washing machine? So fine I got up, opened the door and no one was drumming and I stood in front of the washing machine and sure enough, the rhythms of a master drummer were coming forth. Now that is deepest listening with the soul that is clear. I don’t use my Mercury (mind) to question such realities anymore of what occurs within vibrations, I just enjoy them now.

For those struggling this month, let chaos be your teacher, to teach you to let go and learn to stop swimming ‘up stream’. Chaos if handled well, contains suffering, but does not become your destroyer, because without it destroying you, you will evolve with practice of healing, into the unity of self-empowerment, authentic humbleness, a truth-saying grounded bitch and a silent warrior of spiritual strength (eventually). Commitment to being spiritual also includes being sober and sobriety and I speak this in my work because I work with the emotional body and the soul body and that is not like mind-body.

Our Soul (the ocean) is a small part our emotional body (the river), and by the processes of emotional balance, sobriety and a continual healing of your progressions of personal fear, we enter the “healing journey” to approach our fear, not run from it or throw our hands up and give up because we don’t get what we want in our life or spiritual life.

Set your one full moon emotional release on what does not serve your highest good this moon cycle without the reward system that we should be rewarded for suffering. This is how karma is paid in one moon cycle of a Scorpio Moon.

Video for the Full Moon…

Sources: Photograph of the moon rising behind Hawksbill Crag, Upper Buffalo River Wilderness – Ozark National Forest.

Wild Horses Misinformation and Bad Science: Corrupt Government Agency and Non-Profits ~ Photojournalist ~ Journalist

By John Cox

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“The fact that we live at the bottom of a deep gravity well, on the surface of a gas covered planet going around a nuclear fireball 90 million miles away and think this to be normal is obviously some indication of how skewed our perspective tends to be.” ― Douglas Adams, The Salmon of Doubt: Hitchhiking the Galaxy One Last Time

Why do we take issue at the lack of good science data with what is called today, Pesticide PZP? Because subjectivity and science remain two separate situations. The dynamics of each very different. Many of us find Pesticide PZP nothing more than subjective rhetoric – the results on our Public Lands of this endeavor remains quite negative, with no good potential results foreseen in the future. Wild Horses are going extinct! False science, misinformation, ignoring of Ecological demands, and corruption the reasons why . . .

The wild horses on America’s Public Lands is falling victim to what many of us simply refer to as bad, and incompetent white-paper gibberish. As history shows us time and again, government agencies seem to attract this type of research, calls it science, and as history shows us, time after time, until we see the outstanding negative results, in this case a species going extinct, do we finally realize the mistake.

But only over time is the burden of responsibility taken to task, the fingers point to those who cannot defend themselves, and these elements of destruction, these non-profits and BLM who promote this Pesticide PZP scam, simply move-on to other schemes and scams to obtain taxpayer money differently, is all . . .

Well, as taxpayers and American’s it is time for all of us to Stand Up and say no to any further Pesticide PZP use —

Spotted Owls in the Cascades

For explanation reasons, I am using the Spotted Owl within the Nooksack River watershed, as well as the Skagit River Valley, both in the Cascade Mountains. It shows us, overtime, the dynamic also involved within the wild horses, even though separate ecological zones, separate species for sure, yet similar in population encounter and census.

The biology, when all the variables considered, show situations that remain overlooked, or even ignored, by Pesticide PZP research. Many define, categorically, Pesticide PZP as questionable subjective reasoning of combined-information only, merely passed-off as science –

“If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it?” ― Albert Einstein

Many of us accept this fact of facts, as there simply exists too many variables left unexplored from the Pesticide PZP data gathering, to be any type of acceptable science what so ever. Way too many significant data situations ignored or even not thought about what so ever, which would show beyond a doubt Pesticide PZP, a questionable situation at best, and non-useful. The reasoning why significant variables left unexplored? Well, let’s take a look at some of the more obvious, and viability of our wildlife in general.

A census of the Spotted Owl may show twenty-five owls exist, but perhaps only seven are of a reproductive age, and only five sexually active. The outcome of this, within a good biology context, would likely be five-owls, not twenty-five. To assimilate across the board a 20% to 38% increase, as they do with wild horses, is simply bad management, untruthful, and no good-science or biology would back up such claims what so ever – as variables do exist on this planet, always.

When we refuse to consider significant variables, that do exist and apparent should not be ignored, then we have to question the supposed science involved. On the same scale of research, if we ignore the habitats, or Ecological Zones that exist, deduction through subjectivity only, and as if Pesticide PZP unharmful within any circumstance – but never explored, through due diligence and good data gathering, we never find out if harmful or not in Ecological Zones of any type. . . Used on something like Wild Horses, we become very concerned at this monumental error in judgement, that certainly lacks scientific responsibility, and one can also attest, irresponsible within an ethical or humane context as well . . . – John Cox, The Cascades

Source: Wild Horses Misinformation and Bad Science: Corrupt Government Agency and Non-Profits