Monday, April 9, 2018

SCALe MODEL OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM (for day bike rides or hikes) deas about learning astrology and getting good astrology information NOTES


https://exemplore.com/astrology/How-to-Know-You-Are-Getting-a-Fake-Astrologer

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=bike+path+solar+system+model

There's this BIG SCALE MODEL OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM ALONG A BIKE PATH IN EUGENE OREGON about 4 miles between the Sun and Pluto which each planet about the average orbit distance from the Sun!

If there's no such thing along a bike path or trail in some park in your neighborhood or place of business, Maybe there's a good idea to estimate and know the scale distances as a means to MEDITATE! ON THE PLANETS!


Wednesday, April 4, 2018

10 Ways to Protect Yourself From NLP Mind Control

 

The audio version of the article linked below


 

below is read in an audio version here:

 http://www.blogtalkradio.com/type1radioashram/2014/05/04/sra-today-with-jay-parker

starting about 22minutes 0 seconds after the Fluoride rant.

 

10 Ways to Protect Yourself From NLP Mind Control

 https://ultraculture.org/blog/2014/01/16/nlp-10-ways-protect-mind-control/



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Tuesday, April 3, 2018

DEATH reminders: William Eric Anderson Feb-9th-1972 through August 2nd 1987 DEATH CAN COME TO US AT ANY TIME

UPDATE https://www.leagle.com/decision/19901645801p2d84411625

 Although this fictional scene from the Movie "Stand by Me", it is kind of a tribute to River Phoenix who died prematurely and Corey Haim and a lot of the anguish Corey Feldman tries to bring to the world's attention for people in the prime of their youth getting either spared or robbed from a full or failed life (depending on how you wanna look at it):


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 2ND of April 2018  I visited this shrine: 



Crash site for 17-year-old Eugene girl turns into memorial site on Chambers

by KVAL

According to the Eugene Police, the 17-year-old, who was a student at South Eugene High School, crashed into a tree on Chambers, near 2nd Avenue, early Saturday morning. Police think that speed may have played a role in the crash. (SBG).
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EUGENE, Ore. - The site of a deadly crash over the weekend in Eugene is now a memorial for Khora Ellen Milessi, who passed away after a single-vehicle accident on Chambers Street between 2nd and 5th Avenue Saturday morning.

Friends brought flowers and lit candles in her honor on Monday morning.

According to the Eugene Police, the 17-year-old, who was a student at South Eugene High School, crashed into a tree on Chambers, near 2nd Avenue, early Saturday morning. Police think that speed may have played a role in the crash.

In addition to the memorial site, friends shared their memories of her on Facebook. One friend wrote in part:

  "  You always knew how to make something negative into something positive, no matter what it is. That's what I loved about you. You were such a ray of sunshine, and nobody could get you down."

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 https://www.leagle.com/decision/19901645801p2d84411625

FLASH BACK TO 2ND OF AUGUST and the rest of the Week of August 1987




 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/97697978/william-eric-anderson

 



How to Tell Real Astrologers From Fakes by SylviaSky

https://exemplore.com/astrology/How-to-Know-You-Are-Getting-a-Fake-Astrologer


How to Tell Real Astrologers From Fakes

Updated on January 30, 2018
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Don't waste your money on fake astrologers. Here are ways to gauge who is probably fake and who is worth your time and money. To get the best results, know what to look for and research your choice of astrologer before spending any money:
  • Real astrologers do not claim also to be psychics and mediums. Astrology is learned. It is not "psychic."
  • An online astrologer who always goes by just one name is fake. "Celeste" is fake. "Mary" and "Padre" and "Pasqualina" are fake.
  • A fake will tell you about "your stars." A real astrologer will tell you about "your planets."
  • Real astrologers will ask for your birth time, date, and place. They also need a birth date, time, and place for anyone you are asking about, such as a spouse. They will tell you truthfully that they can't give you accurate information without these facts.
  • A real astrologer will tell you that sun-sign astrology is very simplified astrology, and that truly accurate horoscopes are custom-made for individuals and are much more involved.

It's Best to Meet Your Astrologer in Person

If you can make an appointment with and meet an astrologer in person, he or she is probably a genuine practitioner. Ask for references, or to see a certificate (proof the astrologer has taken a standardized test or graduated from an astrology course). Note: Many astrologers are self-taught or have studied with experienced teachers, but might not have taken the tests. Here is a link to the American Federation of Astrologers (AFA) list of their certified professional astrologers. You will notice there are relatively few. The tests for certification are extremely demanding: No computer calculations are allowed, and the candidate might have to travel cross-country to the few cities where the supervised tests are given once or twice a year. Legitimate certification tests are also given by the organizations NCGR, ISAR and Kepler College. But an astrologer with good references is probably fine.
"Intuitive" or "psychic" astrologers might not be lying when they say they think they can "intuit" or use psychic power to "do astrology," but real astrology is never a matter of intuition or psychic power; it's about math and skill.
  • A real astrologer will be glad to give you references.
  • A real astrologer will give you his or her contact information.
  • A real astrologer will never tell you what you "must" do.
  • A real astrologer or Tarot reader does not have an offer online for a free introductory reading.

Appropriate Behavior and Rates

  • A horoscope reading cannot solve your personal problems. If your situation is overwhelming, or involves bodily harm, a real astrologer will refer you to counseling or other resources.
  • An astrologer who has been in business only a short time, or is very young, might be the real thing but might not be experienced at interpreting charts for clients.
  • An astrologer who pushes you hard to buy a reading, or sends repeat e-mails, or otherwise makes you uncomfortable, is probably fake.
  • An "astrologer to the rich and famous" is likely a fake. If his clientele was really the rich and famous, he would be making a good living and not needing to advertise.
  • A real astrologer will take at least a day or two, sometimes longer, to create your chart and study it before setting up a meeting to interpret it for you and answer your questions.
  • A real astrologer prefers not to give readings over the phone, although sometimes it can't be helped.
  • A real astrologer will give you an hour or a half-hour of time in which to answer your questions about your horoscope.
  • A real astrologer charges professional rates for consultations. $100 per hour is about right; some charge as much as $200. Remember that they have worked on your chart and its interpretation before meeting with you. If they are real astrologers, you will not have to have this same reading done over again.
  • Real astrologers often record the session for you, or, if they're older or not comfortable with the technology, will let you record the session.
  • Today's astrologers commonly use computers to calculate astrological charts, but proper chart interpretation can be done only by a human astrologer. It's like your doctor: She gets the results of your lab tests, but she has been specially educated as to how to interpret what the numbers mean for you.
  • No real astrologer will ever tell you that horoscopes are "spooky," "shocking," or "scary." Real astrologers don't want to scare people. They want to help people.
  • An astrologer who says you have a terrible chart and there's no hope for your business, love life, or whatever, is fake or very sick in the head; even more so if he suggests your future success depends on buying more readings from him.
  • A husband and wife team, or parent and child team ("I can't meet you Thursday, but Bob can") who claim that they are both mediums/psychics, is fake.
  • A real astrologer will not be so specific as to say, "You will meet a tall dark stranger," or "Yes, he is having an affair with your best friend," or "You will lose your job in two weeks, then go work at Wal-Mart." He or she will talk about planetary conditions and likelihoods, saying something like, "Saturn is entering your tenth house, and for the next two years job or career matters may be challenging. It may help you in this area of your life to become serious and organized."
  • No real astrologer will speculate about your lifespan.
  • A real astrologer cannot tell you the exact date, time, and place you will meet your "soulmate," or what his name is, and what he will look like. To answer those questions, you really need a fake.
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Saturday, March 31, 2018

"What makes an astrologer" youtube results

To anyone studying astrology: If you're gonna learn astrology properly you don't cling to ANY commercial astrologer if you ever expect to get a proper sense of the rhythm of the Solar System and how it effects the world!
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=what+makes+an+astrologer

 To anyone studying astrology: If you're gonna learn astrology properly you don't cling to ANY commercial astrologer if you ever expect to get a proper sense of the rhythm of the Solar System and how it effects the world!

 https://www.astrotheme.com/astrology/Penn_Jillette