Thursday February 8, 2024

Thursday February 8, 2024

– Balsamic Moon Phase – release, transform, healing, forgiveness, prepare for the new

2/8/2024 @ 7:00 AM EST

– Moon in CAPRICORN – Void of Course 2:52 AM – 8:59 AM Moving to Aquarius

– Best Days (from the Farmer’s Almanac)  – February 8th – – Host a Party, Castrate Farm Animals, Mow to Slow Growth, Harvest, Dig Post Holes, Kill Plant Pests, Wash Wooden Floors, Paint, Wean, Potty Train, Start Diet to Lose Weight, Quit Smoking, Cut Hair to Slow Growth, Jar Jams/Jellies

– Planting Calendar (from the Farmer’s Almanac) – February 8th – 9th – Barren days. Fine for clearing, plowing, fertilizing, and killing plant pests. First day is a good harvest day.

– Aspect of the Aeon Sophia: (Wisdom): – Kali – The Destroyer

– Aspect of the Aeon Thelete: (Will/Desire): Seth , God of the North

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month – New Moon in CAPRICORN SUN/MOON –    

– Sabian Symbol for the Solar-Lunar Month – New Moon in CAPRICORN SUN/MOON – 21 CAPRICORN: a relay race  (EARTH –  21 CANCER: a prima donna singing)

SUN – 20 AQUARIUS: a large white dove bearing a message

EARTH – 20 LEO: American Indians perform a ritual to the Sun

Chinese New Year

This weekend (Saturday the 10th) will begin the Chinese New Year. It begins a celebration lasting up to 16 days. The Lunar New Year holiday concludes with the Lantern Festival, where people consume tangyuan and sweet glutinous rice balls. Children carry lanterns through the neighborhood in the evening to mark the end of the holiday.

It is The Year of the Dragon. The zodiac animal for 2024 is the Dragon, a powerful and mythical creature deeply rooted in Chinese culture. According to the Chinese zodiac, those born in the Year of the Dragon are believed to be ambitious, intelligent, and passionate individuals.

In a small twist, 2024 is the Wood Dragon year. This comes once every 60 years in the Chinese zodiac. The dragon is associated with incredible strength, positive transformation, and challenges. And, the element wood, symbolizes creativity and adaptability. Does this mean a whole lot of difference? We will see.

I am always amazed when seemingly random events come together at once. Last night I was researching the Chinese New Year – and basically plagiarizing a number of different sites to get the information above. At the same time, I started a new audio book (The Great Awakening by Alex Jones – sequel to his other book The Great Reset). And what should be on of the first Deep Dives he does in the book? It was a description of the basic takeover and Communization of Mao Tse-tung.

Hmmm. China and China randomly come up.

On the one hand, I like to highlight different celebrations around the globe. Especially ones that attract a lot of attention. And since China does have 1.425 billion people, it is safe to say there is some pretty strong juju in the air around the globe over the next 10 days. And I love that they follow a lunar calendar – no matter whether I have any cluse what they do with it or not.

But put that together with my discussions recently about Mind Control, and you find yourself seeing a whole lot of similarity. What better way to see the results of mind control than to see how a whole country of people were taken over and enslaved into communism with smiles on their face.

Mao carries the distinction of being the leader responsible for the highest level of genocidal murders in history. Hitler killed about 6 million Jews. Stalin starved about 5 million eastern Europeans (mostly Ukrainians). Mao, in a hold my beer moment, was responsible for between 40 to 80 million people.

All while the world watched, and did little to nothing about it.

There are few around now that remember what things were like back as it was happening. We know more about Korea and Viet Nam since we fought in their wars. In the end, both were proxy wars between the US and China fighting for the minds and natural resources of these countries.

What our western history books have busily taught us since that time was that it was a fight against Western Capitalism and Freedom vs Eastern Communism and Slavery. And as the history books are rewritten for each successive iteration of students, we find that the reality of what happened has become more and more clouded.

It is no wonder that a majority of Gen Z have a positive view of Socialism. It has been taught to them. And I would be willing to bet that the numbers of people murdered by the Stalins’ and Maos’ of the world were left out of that curriculum.

I am simply scratching the surface of the Mind Control issues of the Eastern Block right now, as I do not have nearly the time needed to do it justice. And while what they did makes 1984 seem tame, we can hope that anyone with a discerning eye can see that the Eastern Block are not the only ones being lied to. It just seems so much more obvious when you see what they are being told.

Mind Control and the Wood Dragon

I do not know whether the appearance of the Wood Dragon, whose last appearance was 1964. Hmmm. Wasn’t I just talking about 1964 yesterday? Maybe there is something here to look at.