Monday November 27, 2023
– Full Moon Phase @ 4:16 AM – illumination, realization, fulfillment, shadow, relationships, experience
– Retrograde Planets 2023 –
– Moon in GEMINI –
R – Neptune – Jun 30 – Dec 6
R – Chiron – Jul 23 – Dec 26
R – Uranus – Aug 28 – Jan 27
R – Jupiter – Sep 4 – Dec 3
– Best Days (from the Farmer’s Almanac) – November 27th – Buy a Car, Write, Host a Party, Slaughter, Quit Smoking, Kill Plant Pests, Wash Wooden Floors, Cut Hair to Slow Growth, Set Eggs, Mow to Slow Growth
– Planting Calendar (from the Farmer’s Almanac) – Nov 26th – 28th – Any seed planted now will tend to rot.
– Aspect of the Aeon Sophia: (Wisdom): – Kali – Goddess of Beginnings and Endings – Kamala – the Lotus Goddess Who Brings Transcendence of Limitations
– Aspect of the Aeon Thelete: (Will/Desire): Elias, God of the West
– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month – New Moon in VIRGO SUN/MOON – 22 LIBRA: a child giving birds a drink at a fountain arena (EARTH – 22 ARIES: the gate to the garden of all fulfilled desires)
SUN – 05 SAGITTARIUS: an old owl up in a tree
EARTH – 05 GEMINI: a radical magazine asking for action displays a sensational front page
Happy Monday! Smile Laugh Talk Drink Shout Eat Kiss – Have an epic week!
Welcome to Cyber Monday!
Shop local. Keep it in the country. Re-route your dollars to be fully in line with your values this holiday season. Head to your local Main Street.
Shop America first. The gifts will have greater meaning and higher quality, you’re starving the globalists, and you’ll help us save the country. Maybe even the world.~Ashe in America – Badlands Media
I have decided to repost the quote I posted last week in regard to Black Friday.
I found this quote last week and it really got me thinking. The article I pulled this from was in regard to Black Friday Shopping specifically. And comments about Best Buy hedging their performance this year. It is one of many “almost” comments from companies who still do not want to acknowledge the economic downturn we are in and have been in since 2020.
The Plandemic was an all out nuclear assault on the US and World economy. Arguably it was also an intentional shot at the Trump presidency by the globalists. But in the time since, there have been intentional attacks and collapse of the US economy by the present administration’s economic policy and we are all pretty much fucked. And all the while, THEY are doing everything in their power to make us smile through the whole process. Make us feel that everything is OK.
All that being said, I spent a good half hour trying to get an idea about how much people bought this Black Friday vs previous years. And what I found was disturbing (amusing, boring, enlightening . . . not sure which descriptor to use here). The reason why? Take a look yourself. Do the search. You will find a barrage of the same basic story from CNBC, CNN, Axios, Forbes, AP, Reuters.
The headlines say that more money was spent this year vs last year. The message: All is Fine. We are doing well.
Now if you read past the headlines (or made the mistake of going out into the fray on Friday) you will find a somewhat different story. From what I could see, the only increase in sales was from ONLINE sales ON Black Friday vs other years. Hmmm. Think that one through. Isn’t that what the construct of Cyber Monday was all about?
I hate to say this to the globalist spin doctors. But a couple weeks ago the news story was about how more than 60% of the US population is living paycheck to paycheck. Meaning that people with any money at all received it either on Wednesday (I did) or Friday – or not until this coming Thursday. And what was there for holiday shopping, went pretty quick. Leaving . . . not a whole hell of a lot to spend today on Cyber Monday (or Black Friday for that matter).
This being said, we are ALL looking for getting the most for our money – however much money you happen to have left this year for Christmas or whatever holiday you may be celebrating. So I have pieced together a short list of ideas for shopping locally.
- Get produce at your local farmers market.
- Purchase floral arrangements from your neighborhood florist instead of online vendors.
- Work with local providers for your insurance and wealth management.
- Use cash for everything – whenever possible.
- Venture out for the night and tour area dining and entertainment establishments.
- Local bookstores keep you dollars in the community.
- Bank with a community bank.
- Buy gift certificates from local restaurants and stores.
- Buy groceries from a regional company compared to the large national chains.
- Research Made in USA products and strive to buy from these companies.
- Hold charities and non-profits that you support accountable.
- Think Outside the Box for Gifts (Custom Personal Astrology and Astrocartography Charts from Astrogardens.com can make great gifts!)
If you have other ideas, please share then in the comments.