The Oracle Report

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Happy New Year!  The New Moon in Aries, the first cycle of the new year, enters at 9:57 pm ET tonight.  Here’s the audio overview on Bitchute:

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Last day of astrological year 2017, “a woman’s hat with streamers blown by the east wind”

Wise owls, a quick note:

Last night, I recorded an overview of the New Moon in Aries cycle, which begins tomorrow.  I ended up doing the recording solo, as Andrew and I couldn’t make our regular recording happen (Mercury retro ends tomorrow!).  I completed the recording just before 9:00 pm ET, when word of the airstrikes in Syria was given.

I am going to hold that recording for now.

What is important RIGHT NOW is to MAINTAIN THE HIGHEST MINDSET OF PEACE, LOVE, and if you can get there, UNDERSTANDING.  The reason for this is that our mindsets and heartsets are preparing the way for the entire next astrological year.  If we have poor quality thoughts, the field around us has poor quality “fertilizer.”  We want to start the year in the best way possible.

Mars and the Black Moon are in conjunction (close to Pluto).  This means we tend to think more negatively, hopelessly, and dismally, as well as say and do impulsive and ugly things.  The tendency for projection is high.  Warlike behavior is the lowest octave.

Instead, we put extra effort into keeping our emotions and mind in check when Mars and the Black Moon come together.  We project instead toward “through imagination, a lost opportunity is regained.”  This is the task today — to not lose the opportunity before we even get started.

If you weren’t able to check out the special recording Phoenix and I did on Tuesday, it is still available.  And it seems so surreal to me today.

This New Moon marks my return to the Oracle Report (in a new way) and the start of our journey to record the energetics of the Sabian symbols, as the ancients did so long ago.

I will see you back tomorrow, but I wanted to send this note as a reminder of the Mars-Black Moon conjunction.

Now, we engage our imaginations.  Wisdom and Will, let us attend.

Much love, wise owls.