#EndEndlessWars gains momentum

Let’s reiterate what is coming down the pike astrologically:  the now forming Saturn/Pluto conjunction, exact in January 2020, is prelude to the first ever Return of Pluto to its own Natal Place in the U.S. chart (ca 2021-2025).

Have you noticed that you can’t really see a process you have been involved in until it’s over? As an astrologer, I look at processes as cycles, noticing them in my own life, and in the lives of others. In every case, the first return of a planet to its own natal place marks a watershed moment: from then on, what had been unfolding unconsciously has an opportunity to become conscious, aware, and thus to “do it differently the second time around.” That goes for cycles of all kinds, and especially those that last long enough to make a huge difference. For example Saturn: 30 years. Most significant of all, Pluto. It’s cycle is 248 years long.

Pluto has to do with the primal processes of death and rebirth. As individuals, we don’t get to live long enough to experience our first Pluto Return. So all our lives, we operate with Pluto more or less unconsciously. However nations do get to experience it, assuming they live more than 248 years. The U.S. is a relatively young nation, compared to those that are ages old, and many are. Its use of power up to this point has been adolescent, strutting its stuff, acting as if whatever it sets in motion does not have unintended consequences. But of course, it does. Blowback exists. If we wonder why so many nations do not trust the U.S., it’s because we have always wielded power wantonly, and constantly. The U.S. has been at war fully 93% of the time since its founding in 1776.

Thus it’s not difficult to see how this coming first ever Pluto Return for the U.S. will play out. The United States is either going to die, break into scattered pieces, or it will successfully die to its old unconscious self and be reborn as a more aware nation, recognizing how its actions DO have consequences. This death/rebirth process will have to do with power. The right use of power. The transformation from centralized top-down empire to polycentric horizontal cooperation. Period. So . . .

Re: whether or not we should help the Kurds in Turkey:

Pieczenik agrees

Wow! Even Luke of WeAreChange agrees with Trump. That may be a first . . .

Ron Paul’s Liberty Report posted this:

And, for those who still think humans alone create “climate change” — maybe these humans do: those who economically benefit from the the Military Industrial Complex.

Want to Save the Environment: De-Fund the Pentagon

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6 Responses to #EndEndlessWars gains momentum

  1. Rich Buckley says:

    Another form of life exists after withdrawing from Syria and other Middle East hot spots. But it simultaneously requires we purge our own moral intestines with a foreign intrigue enema: Withdraw land forces, place inactive US Marine Reserves and other inactive military reservists on full alert standby, close down rouge CIA operations, and use US economic sanctions to mitigate disputes as the fog of disinformation slowly clears.

  2. Rich Buckley says:

    Suggested Training Manuel for CIA and Foreign Policy Schools taken from Poor Richard’s Almanac, post Revolutionary War:
    — The biggest troublemaker you’ll probably ever have to deal with, watches you from the mirror every mornin’.
    — Keep skunks and bankers at a distance.
    — Life is simpler when you plow around the stump.
    — Every path has a few puddles.
    — When you wallow with pigs, expect to get dirty.
    — The best sermons are lived, not preached.
    — Don ‘t interfere with somethin’ that ain’t bothering you none.
    — If you find yourself in a hole, the first thing to do is stop diggin’.
    — Good judgment comes from experience, and a lotta that comes from bad judgment.
    — Forgive your enemies; it messes up their heads.
    — Live simply. Love generously. Care deeply. Speak kindly. Leave the rest to God

  3. Rich Buckley says:

    Reading Chris Hedges is like having a bucket of ice-water dumped on you. I always set aside emotion when I read him. His words otherwise will lead to great violence and after several years of following Chris I’ve concluded that violence falls within is range of tolerance and I therefore can not walk his path as Holy as it sounds.

    “Accept becoming an outcast. Jesus, after all, was an outcast. We are called by God to defy radical evil. This defiance is the highest form of spirituality.”  

    Chris Hedges, an ordained Presbyterian minister, gave this sermon Sunday at the Claremont Presbyterian Church in Claremont, Calif. https://tinyurl.com/y47aoeaw

    • Ann Kreilkamp says:

      I agree with you. Have to grit my teeth in order to read him. At one point he learned about permaculture, and seemed enthused (a rare quality for him). But then did not, apparently, pursue it. Me? I’d rather focus on a creative alternative future, rather than with a cold eye, gaze on what’s coming down the pike.

      • Rich Buckley says:

        I doubt that Chris is any more violent than I might be in any given situation. But there truly is a higher wisdom in using words that enable diplomatic solutions. Words matter. The sermon functions more as a call to arms to utterly destroy evil, delivered by Gen. George S Patton.

        Once in a transformative dream conversation with the Elohim, the dream voice guided saying the peace process requires seeking forgiveness, which is too often overlooked, leaving humanity repeating our same patterns.

        Which begs the question, perhaps confronting evil requires great compassion as a starting point.

        • Ann Kreilkamp says:

          Agreed, the need for compassion. To realize, always, “there but for the grace of god, go I.” I.e., whatever is human, that is what I personally am capable of.

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