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Rare Alignment on Jan 7th-Feb 6, 2017-All Planets Are Moving Direct*

Rare Alignment on Jan 7th-Feb 6, 2017-All Planets Are Moving Direct*

A rare astrological event will be occurring from January the 7th until February the 6th.

Planetary conjunction

Planetary conjunction

It is referred to as APDM. That is an abbreviation of, “All Planets in Direct Motion”. It is a phrase coined by Stephanie “Wave” Forest, she was the first astrologer to publish articles about the event.

“All Planets in Direct Motion” is a time when all the major planets will be moving in direct motion. It will last for only one month. This cosmic event is seen as a time of great fortune and the best time to take advantage of opportunities. It is a time when the Earth’s perspective momentarily becomes like the Sun’s. The vibrations of the solar system will be providing some of their strongest solar assistance for those prepared to take on new endeavors.

What Is Direct Motion?

When a planet is moving at its normal rotational speed, and that speed is the same as planet Earth’s, it is referred to as being in “direct motion”. As the name of APDM suggests, the period between January 7th and February 6th, 2017 is when not just one or two of the planets will be in direct motion, but all of them will be!

How Can You Take Advantage Of Apdm?

It is a time to be hopeful and begin new adventures. If you want to get married, this is a great time to propose. If you want to start a new business, then set the wheels in motion. If you want to get healthier, then begin during this period. With the strong cosmic energy helping, there is never a better time to take the plunge in whatever way you want to improve your life.

Daily meditations are recommended in order to harvest the maximum potential. With people all around the world taking advantage of ADPM at the same time the effect can be strengthened further. Meditators around the world are encouraged to all meditate together, each day at 1 pm Mountain Time, lasting for 30 minutes. It is a great time to focus your mind and visualize your hopes and dreams as well as your intentions.

Take advantage of this rare cosmic event and enjoy the long-lasting rewards!


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Ebola Didn’t Work so, U.S. Pushes AIDS-Causing Drugs on U.S. Black Population*

Ebola Didn’t Work so, U.S. Pushes AIDS-Causing Drugs on U.S. Black Population*

There is a lot of racist stereotyping in the NPR article, well what can one expect with CDC involved!

By Sean Adl-Tabatabai

The U.S. government has been given the green-light to aggressively push HIV drugs that hasten the onset of AIDS to millions of African Americans.

Public health officials are urging doctors to prescribe PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) onto patients who are at greatest risk of contracting the HIV virus – namely gay men and African Americans.

What doctors aren’t being told is that PrEP medication, sold under the brand name Truvada, comes with such a long list of seriously adverse side effects, some experts claim that the side effects themselves eventually cause patients to receive an AIDS diagnosis:

In the Swiss Cohort study, during 6 years of follow-up, the presence of laboratory adverse events was associated with higher rates of mortality, which highlights the importance of adverse events in overall patient management. [In clearer language: these are deadly drugs that can and do kill] reports:

The medication, which is sold under the brand name Truvada, was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 2012 to prevent HIV infection. Research conducted in Africa, where HIV transmission in heterosexual couples is common, found that it is effective in preventing HIV infection when one partner is HIV positive. If the daily pill is taken consistently, it can reduce the risk of HIV infection by up to 92 percent.

In the U.S., the first priority was to get Truvada to men who have sex with men, who accounted for 83% of new HIV diagnoses in 2014, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

But the drug isn’t just for men, says Dr. Eugene McCray, director of the CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention. African-American women represent the highest percentage of HIV infections among women, McCray says.

“That is alarming, and we at the CDC are working to address the issue by spreading knowledge. But in order for us to do that, we also need to encourage African-American women to get tested.”

According to the CDC, African-American women make up 62% of women diagnosed with HIV in the U.S. White women account for 18%, with Latinas at 14%.

McCray says the CDC is planning in the upcoming months to produce campaigns targeted at black women that educate them on their risk and how PrEP can be used as a preventive measure.



Women in the nation’s capital face a higher risk because about 2% of residents are already infected with HIV, making exposure more likely. In addition, Blout says, social issues like incarceration and poverty tend to increase the risk of HIV within the black community.

In addition, Blout also says there is a lack of empowerment among black women to ask their partners to either get tested or wear a condom. McCray agrees.

“Many women do not know the status of their partners and they are weary of asking them to get tested,” he says.

“A lot of the issue has to do with misinformation or simply not being informed at all,” says Nancy Mahon, executive director of the MAC AIDS Fund, which is providing financial support for the effort. “When it comes to PrEP, many people still don’t even know it exists, especially heterosexuals. Many black women we’ve spoken to felt puzzled about why we were addressing how this drug is available to them. A component of the issue is that the drug is hard to obtain without a doctor.”

Source: CDC. Estimated HIV incidence among adults and adolescents in the United States, 2007–2010. HIV Surveillance Supplemental Report 2012;17(4). Subpopulations

Source: CDC. Estimated HIV incidence among adults and adolescents in the United States, 2007–2010. HIV Surveillance Supplemental Report 2012;17(4). Subpopulations

One of the challenges in getting women educated about PrEP is that primary care providers such as OB-GYNs often aren’t aware of it. That problem is compounded with low-income patients who don’t always get regular doctor visits and preventive care.

“The other problem here is that it generally takes five to 10 years for consumers to become socially acquainted with any drug,” McCray says.

“That’s why we’re trying to push the information associated with PrEP to the communities in dire need of it.”

The push includes a D.C. Department of Health ad campaign that says: “#PrEPforher: Dominate your sex life.”

“Women simply don’t know the drug exists,” Blout said. “When they eventually do find out about it, they’re angry at their doctors for not telling them about it. It’s really about giving women the agency to protect their health.”

That includes information on using condoms or other methods to ensure safe sex, especially among married couples. “These are all factors that increase the exposure to HIV for black women,” Blout said.

According to Blout and Mahon, much of the program’s effort will concentrate on getting health care providers and public health clinics well-informed about the drug. Continuing education will be provided to health officials and providers in D.C. this year.

“That’s the starting point,” Blout says.

The program was officially introduced on Dec. 1 by D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser as part of her 90/90/90/50 plan for combating the HIV epidemic in the capital. The plan’s name entails having 90% of D.C. residents being aware of their status, 90% of D.C. residents who are diagnosed with HIV seeking treatment, another 90% who are already under treatment achieving viral load suppression and a 50 percent overall decrease in new HIV cases.

The program faces its biggest obstacle right as it rolls out, Blout says. “Stigma is our hardest hurdle.”

Mahon agrees. “This is a problem when it comes to PrEP and women, because it’s highly been stigmatized as a ‘gay drug’ or an easy way to promiscuity.” Outreach to women and health care providers will, she hopes, “get the open conversation going with a group of people who don’t even know they need to have this particular conversation.”


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Trump to end Obama Funding of Foreign Abortions by Sunday, Claims Report*

Trump to end Obama Funding of Foreign Abortions by Sunday, Claims Report*

If true, it is more about spending the money for domestic purposes, than the ethics of the underlying eugenics of countries beyond U.S. border…

President-elect Donald Trump is planning to reinstitute the pro-life “Mexico City Policy” banning U.S. funding to pro-abortion groups overseas, according to a new report.

The liberal site Foreign Policy, relying on a congressional source, says he will do it by the 44th anniversary of Roe v. Wade on January 22.

The Mexico City Policy, first instituted by President Ronald Reagan in 1984, restricts U.S. overseas funding to groups that offer or aggressively promote abortion. Since Reagan, it has been successively implemented by Republican presidents, and repealed by Democratic presidents.

Obama overturned the Mexico City policy on Jan. 23, 2009 as a “presidential memorandum,” one of his first executive acts as the first Democratic president since Bill Clinton.

The National Right to Life Committee stated at the time of Obama’s first pro-abortion executive act:

The pro-life policy on foreign aid was originally adopted by President Reagan in 1984 and formally announced at a U.N.-sponsored conference in Mexico City–hence the name “Mexico City Policy.” It was continued by President George H.W. Bush, overturned by President Bill Clinton, and restored by President George W. Bush.

Basically, the policy required grantees to refrain from performing abortions (except to save the life of the mother, or in cases of rape or incest), or lobbying to legalize abortion, or otherwise promoting abortion as a birth-control method. Critics disparaged the policy as a ‘global gag rule.’

Democrats are already planning to fight Trump in Congress if he reverses course by restoring the policy, an effort sure to fail given the Republican majorities in both houses. When Obama rescinded it in 2009, pro-life icon Rep. Chris Smith, R-NJ, told LifeSiteNews:

“President Obama is demonstrating that he aspires to be the abortion president…There is no doubt in my mind that by giving the green light to population control groups like Planned Parenthood and others to promote abortion overseas that there will be more abortions.”

Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the pro-life Susan B. Anthony List, criticized Barack Obama in 2009 for making his “first presidential decision to roll back the commonsense Mexico City Policy,” which she dismissed as an “abortion bailout.”

“It’s unfortunate that President Obama has made subsidizing international abortion groups one of his first priorities, even as abortion numbers here at home are on the decline. America should respond to women’s needs in developing countries with real assistance that also upholds their dignity, not by promoting or paying for abortions,” Dannenfelser said.

“I am disappointed by President Obama’s decision to bypass the will of American taxpayers and promote the radical agenda of Planned Parenthood and the abortion lobby.”

Some pro-life advocates who are counting on Trump to reverse the strongly pro-abortion policies of the outgoing Obama administration were concerned that restoring the Mexico City Policy was not on his list of pro-life actions he promised to take as the nation’s Chief Executive. Those actions reportedly are to:

  1. Nominate pro-life Supreme Court justices;
  2. Sign into law a ban on late-term abortions, called the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act;
  3. Defund Planned Parenthood “as long as they continue to perform abortions” and reallocate their funding to other health clinics;
  4. Make the Hyde Amendment — which prevent taxpayer-Medicaid dollars from funding abortions except in the case of rape, incest, or when the life of the mother is at risk — permanent law.


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Standing Rock Council Approves Order to Evacuate Demonstrators*

Standing Rock Council Approves Order to Evacuate Demonstrators*

Protesting out of a profound understanding of what is right, and protesting out of anger/indignation are different in manifestation. The former is long lived, and the latter brings about the opposite to what one desires…..

Council members have called on demonstrators to stop clashing with police in order to secure their small victories.

Every encampment opposing the Dakota Access pipeline has until Feb. 19 to close and move away, a new Standing Rock Sioux tribal council order has announced.

In a unanimous vote, the council voted on Friday to close all camps including the main Oceti Skowin, Roseby and Sacred Stone camps, Indian Country Media Network reported.

The decision came after a motion was approved two days earlier by tribal members of the Cannon Ball District in which residents voted in favour of closing the camps. With more than 1,000 people still camping near the reservation, residents have complained of increased violence, use of drugs and alcohol and clashes with the police.

“The main objective of the people of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe was to stop the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, which has been achieved to a degree,” Cody Two Bears, the district representative from Cannon Ball, said, as quoted by ICMN.

“All the individuals at all the camps in and around Cannon Ball need to leave.”

Despite the Army Corps of Engineers order to halt construction of the project, demonstrators have continued confronting police repression and blocking access to the pipeline drill pad. At least 624 people have been arrested since August, according to ICMN, with 35 of them happening only this month.

For their part, authorities have not stopped neither their intimidation nor their violent repression.

Last Wednesday, police sent at least one demonstrator to the hospital with injuries to the face, according to Morton County officials. This is presumably from the bean-bag rounds of ammunition and chemical gases the police have reportedly been using on protesters.

And just last week, protectors at the Oceti Sakowin Camp reported the U.S. National Guard had deployed an Avenger surface-to-air missile system at a key drill site.

Water protectors learned Friday they have thirty days to leave the camps that have helped swell the movement to stop construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline - Jenni Monet

Water protectors learned Friday they have thirty days to leave the camps that have helped swell the movement to stop construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline – Jenni Monet

“This is intimidation tactics 101,” Dallas Goldtooth, a Water Protector with the Indigenous Environmental Network said, adding that the state was simply antagonizing peaceful protesters.

The Backwater Bridge, just north of the main Oceti Sakowin camp, is the main source of contention at the moment, as it remains closed by authorities despite being the main route of transportation for Cannon Ball residents.

Tribal council members have demanded that clashes on the bridge stop so that state officials may agree to reopen it.

There was some disagreement with the decision to close the camps, namely from Standing Rock Sioux tribal member, Edward Black Cloud, who criticized the council’s financial priorities.

“I know how much money is involved, what’s in the pocket of the council,” said Black Cloud, according to ICMN. “You guys are wrong for sending these guys home. They gave their heart to you.”

Still, most of the dozen or so members present at the meeting agreed the camps had to close, with some expressing “shock” at the violent and sometimes disrespectful turn the protests have reportedly taken.

Citing concerns over the misappropriation of ceremonial songs, mistreatment of elders and women and increased verbal and physical confrontations with police, one member lamented that the “movement has lost the spirituality that it once had,” ICMN reported.

There are also fears of flooding happening due to the increased snow in the region, which can melt and cause the river to flood the camps.

21 people were arrested at the Backwater Bridge, January 18 where a blockade has been set up since October 27. Standing Rock tribal leaders say the road closure has economically hurt the tribe - Jenni Monet

21 people were arrested at the Backwater Bridge, January 18 where a blockade has been set up since October 27. Standing Rock tribal leaders say the road closure has economically hurt the tribe – Jenni Monet

Tribal members are also calling demonstrators to stop clashing with the police so as to not jeopardize the small victories they have so far claimed.

Indeed, as Sioux Tribal Chairman Dave Archambault II reminded council members, the Environemntal Impact Study was finally entered into the public register last week.

With Rep. Kevin Cranner announcing the government’s intentions to do reverse that decision, Archambault called for increased discipline.

“I’m worried that our most recent behavior, these actions on the bridge, are going to give reason for the incoming president to do away with what we worked so hard for, in getting the EIS,” he told council members, ICMN reported.

The tribe has called for a January 30 start date to begin clearing out the abandoned debris at the camps.


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Old Music Outsells New Releases for the First Time in Recorded Music History*

Old Music Outsells New Releases for the First Time in Recorded Music History*
This is not surprising with all the mindless, soulless, disgusting junk that is put out by the social engineers at the top lining their pockets, it is an indication that humanity is flickering in ashes they try to dumb us down in….

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By Jessica Murray

Credit: Free Thought Project

Credit: Free Thought Project


For the first time in history, “old” music is selling far better than newly released music, according to data compiled by data company Nielsen. “Catalogue album sales” refers to any music that was released 18 months ago or more. This category of music has outsold new releases of a variety of genres by 4.3 million, according to data that was compiled by Nielsen. The data company that operates SoundScan music sales statistics which enables Billboard charts to be compiled, announced the new findings which were an outcome of their 2015 year-end report. Just 10 years prior to this, newly released music tracks dominated catalog music sales by over 150 million albums, according to the research.

However, a report by VICE concluded that there could be more to the statistics than merely the popularity of new music. VICE said, “This data pertains solely to albums—either physical or digital—and does not include streaming. So, whether the Nielsen report shows a real declining sales trend for new artists, or merely that we’ve shifted away from albums entirely (the argument that young people are more inclined to stream rather than purchase music seems plausible), is shocking, though perhaps not entirely unexpected.” In recent years, streaming music from illegal websites and digital music downloads from torrents has become a lot more common, which could be an indicator to the reasons behind fewer sales of new music.

In addition to this, another reason behind the decrease in sales of current music could be the change in music style, as some have suggested. Studies have shown that music with repetitive choruses tend to be more popular, which could indicate a contributing factor of the dumbing down of musical content in recent years by the industry. The author of one of the studies, Professor Andrea Ordanini from Bocconi University, said, “Despite the many factors that go into creating a hit song, we identify repetition of the chorus as one that has important real-world implications”.

Researchers of the musical studies analyzed a mix of number one and unsuccessful songs all the way back to the 1950s. The chorus of the songs was repeated between one and 16 times in all of the songs. Their results concluded that for each additional repeat of the chorus, the song’s likelihood of making it to the number one spot increased by 14.5%. Despite this, the study reported by the Telegraph also found that this likelihood decreased by 6.1% with each additional year in the age of the performer.

Legendary hip-hop artist Darryl McDaniels, famously known as DMC of the pioneering group Run-DMC, commented on the new research from a music artist’s perspective. He made a comparison between expressive forms of hip-hop versus the multi-dollar making industry of commercialized hip-hop. He said,

“It was inevitable that Hip Hop became commercialized but along the way, our power got taken away. Now you got the same 12 records on radio being played over and over again. We wanted to change the world, taking responsibility for our actions, now everything that’s negative in stupid ass America is celebrated.”

Whilst many believe that the music market is driven by favorable likes of the consumer, reports have stated that this is not the case. Music goes through a lengthy process before it gets to the mainstream market which involves people in power deciding what is acceptable, and therefore what they can use to condition the masses through an unsuspecting source that the public receives as music.


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Colour Revolutions? Soros-Funded Groups Back Anti-Trump Women’s March*

Colour Revolutions? Soros-Funded Groups Back Anti-Trump Women’s March*

68c72-george2bsoros2bcontrolled2boppositionBy Aaron Klein

The Women’s March on Washington, a celebrity-endorsed event planned for the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration, is backed by a who’s who of far-left organizations, including scores of groups financed by billionaire George Soros.

The march has been described by the news media as a female protest against Trump, with reports that hundreds of thousands might attend.

Celebrities who have confirmed attendance include:

Chelsea Handler, America Ferrera, Unzo Aduba, Scarlett Johnansson, Debra Messing, Padma Lakshmi, Julianne Moore, Hari Nef, Yara Shahidi, Constance Wu, Olivia Wilde, Monica Ramen, Katy Perry, Cher, Danielle Brooks, Patricia Arquette and Zendaya.

The mission statement for the march claims that the gathering is meant to send a message “that women’s rights are human rights.”

The statement reads:

The rhetoric of the past election cycle has insulted, demonized, and threatened many of us – immigrants of all statuses, Muslims and those of diverse religious faiths, people who identify as LGBTQIA, Native people, Black and Brown people, people with disabilities, survivors of sexual assault – and our communities are hurting and scared. We are confronted with the question of how to move forward in the face of national and international concern and fear.

In the spirit of democracy and honoring the champions of human rights, dignity, and justice who have come before us, we join in diversity to show our presence in numbers too great to ignore. The Women’s March on Washington will send a bold message to our new government on their first day in office, and to the world, that women’s rights are human rights. We stand together, recognizing that defending the most marginalized among us is defending all of us.

Activists Gloria Steinem and Harry Belafonte are serving as honorary co-chairs.

In 2005, Belafonte founded the Gathering for Justice group, which has since been the recipient of numerous grants from Soros’ Open Society Foundations.

The Open Society also supported the New York production of a play starring Belafonte titled “The Exonerated” about wrongly convicted death row inmates. Soros’ foundation sponsored a series of “talk back” conversions after the play “where justice advocates and death penalty experts from across the country will speak and field questions from the theater audience.”

Belafonte serves on the board of the Advancement Project, which was one of four primary recipients of money from a group created in 2008 called the Election Administration Fund. The Fund reportedly raised between $5.1 million–$1 million from Soros’ Open Society Institute.

Meanwhile, the official partner’s list for the Women’s March on Washington reads like a who’s who of the far-left, including groups such as CODEPINK, the Southern Poverty Law Center and

Many of the march “partners” are financed by Soros, including: Sierra Club, Amnesty International,, NAACP, Green For All, Center for Constitutional Rights, Human Rights Watch,, NARAL Pro-Choice, People for the American Way, and Planned Parenthood.

The march is led by the following four co-chairs:

  • Tamika D. Mallory, whose bio says she “has worked closely with the Obama Administration as an advocate for civil rights issues, equal rights for women, health care, gun violence, and police misconduct.” She also served on the transition committee of NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio.
  • Carmen Perez, who served as the executive director of Belafonte’s Soros-financed The Gathering for Justice.
  • Linda Sarsour, a self-described “Brooklyn-born Palestinian-American-Muslim racial justice and civil rights activist,” who serves as “the Executive Director of the Arab American Association of New York, co-founder of Muslims for Ferguson, and a member of Justice League NYC,” her march bio relates.
  • Bob Bland, the CEO and founder of Manufacture New York (MNY), which his bio describes as “a social enterprise that is rethinking the fashion ecosystem (design, development, distribution) and creating a new, vertically-integrated business model that will transform apparel & textile production for the 21st century.”


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The Colour Revolutions

Solange and Esperanza Spalding Inspire ‘Hope’ at the Alternative Inauguration’s Peace Ball*

Trump surely set the world record for inaugurations as anti-Trump protests involved 700 American cities

Solange and Esperanza Spalding Inspire ‘Hope’ at the Alternative Inauguration’s Peace Ball*

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By Jaleesa M. Jones

Solange Knowles offered D.C. fans a Seat at the Table Thursday night.

But the crowd at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture — the site of Busboys and Poets’ Peace Ball, an alternative inaugural ball dedicated to Hope and Resistance — didn’t take a seat. Instead, they stood on their feet as if trying to absorb some of the #blackgirlmagic before them.

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And Solange freely offered that much-needed energy to the audience, which counted activists and entertainers like Angela Davis, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker, Ashley Judd, Danny Glover, DeRay Mckesson, Melissa Harris-Perry, Eddie Huang and Alice Walker among its attendees.

Taking the stage in a white-hot jumpsuit, the singer, songwriter and style icon performed a soul-stirring set that included A Seat at the Table tracks, Rise, Weary, Cranes in the Sky, Mad and Don’t Touch My Hair, “anthems of our resistance” as Davis called them prior to her performance.

Solange wasn’t the only artist singing a sonnet to the souls of the guests, who gathered at the ball in solidarity. Esperanza Spalding also performed, soothing the crowd with the assistance of Afro Blue, Howard University’s premier choir.


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