Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Afternoon Tea


The tea is rich, deep, and strong. Black Tea from China. Very stimulating. Conversations have been known to extend long into the afternoon. Often continued at dinner, sometimes well into the evening. Tea is potent. And a great adjunct to business mixed with pleasure.

13 Comments:

Blogger jm said...

Very very interesting development. Concerning the elite decisions on the world stage and the mutual reception in Aquarius/Pisces. And as always, the new telegraph.

The annual meeting of elites at Davos, formerly top secret, is being opened to the people. This communication among the strata is fascinating. In reatime.

The whole issue about the Net being reality is moot at this point. It's a window that has appeared and must be peered through. I don't think anyone anticipated the political ramifications.
Time is required to see where it all leads. If the rulers can keep running and hiding. And if the people are ready to participate. If the show will change. All these questions will be answered eventually.

This is part of the Saturn in Leo trine Pluto in Sagittarius I think. The hierarchy. And the Capricorn/Leo lunation.

The Meetin of the Bigshots

17/1/07 3:13 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Interesting development #2 and shades of Pluto in Capricorn.... from the bellwhether state, Colorado:

A bill that would block Wal Mart and Home Depot from owning and operating banks in their Colorado stores sailed through the Senate yesterday.
The move to protect small community banks from what some call the predatory practices of "big-box" retailers as the two giants seek to charter and operate banks in their stores across the nation.

17/1/07 3:37 PM  
Anonymous Joe said...

Wow! And this
: Bush will not renew the domestic spying bill that allowed the NSA to spy on Americans.

And this
: cancer rates drop for the 2nd straight year.

Are these connected to Pluto in Cap?

17/1/07 3:42 PM  
Blogger jm said...

OMG joe! Hallelujah.

As tea mixes business and pleasure, so am I mixing politics with pleasure now. I can't help but stay interested. This is the most exciting time I've seen in my life.


Another factoid: traffic deaths have gone down 34% in Colorado in the last 4 years, and the death penalty is up for revocation.

Capricorn is crystallization and rigid boundary so as to create a supporting matrix. This what is going to happen in the Cap years. The healing of the matrix. The bottom is already being shored up.

17/1/07 3:57 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Joe these are fantastic. Thank you. This is why I always say to read between the lines. Remember all the unbearable panic around this spying bullshit game? Dictator crap. One world Fascist government. And that's what it was...a political game. The Dems are now in power whether anyone wants to acknowledge this or not!

After the hormone replacement danger was revealed, Cancer went down 7-12% among women. Immediately.

Life is incredibly plastic. Change is not that hard, no matter what the they say. Motivation is all that's required.

17/1/07 4:03 PM  
Anonymous Joe said...

You're welcome. :o) They both just leaped out at me amid headlines about suicide bombings and murders. That's another reason I mentioned YES! Magazine over at Neith's, because of the positive futures they focus on.

17/1/07 4:20 PM  
Blogger jm said...

I love YES magazine. It was there I read a fascinating article on the deglobalization ahead.

17/1/07 4:22 PM  
Blogger jm said...

I'd like to take this opportunity to say a further word on Pluto in Capricorn.

I lost interest in politics over the years and reached my lowest point with Bill Clinton. I was disgusted that a Democratic President could sink to those depraved depths. He peed on the Presidency, acting like a rock star with his hubris and desecration of the office.

It was no wonder Bush got elected, even thought falsely. It was too close consdering the booming economy and good times. Gore should have had it by a landslide. The moral issue was deep. The sexual misconduct is only important when it comes on the job on the taxpayers' money. The undercurrent of fear about responsibility is strong, even if not consciously admitted. Fellatio while on the phone with the leader of Russia is not acceptable. The backlash was this president who people trusted not to behave like that on the job. But he ruined his chances along with his father's dynasty and the Republican Party. In the end, we'll be glad he did it.

Pluto in Capricorn is about to restore dignity to the office, after a long bout with overt criminality and then this dip into insane egomaniacal destruction from both past presidents. Also very Jupiterian.

17/1/07 4:36 PM  
Anonymous Joe said...

Oh, this
is sweet! Now the Bushists are being forced to revise and downgrade that stupid No-Fly List, and give people who were wrongly placed on the list a chance to contest it. :o)

17/1/07 7:42 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Yes.

17/1/07 9:40 PM  
Blogger jm said...

This is what I've been waiting for and what I meant when I said the War on Terror has been won.

I was anticipating the public not falling for the Republican tricks last election and they didn't. Very pleasing. Added to that, the latest WWIII scare didn't work. Iran is the game and the people are wising up a little. They rejected completely Bush's plea. It's a long way from WMD's and the sale of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

So now all this terror alert can be put aside as Pluto through Sagittarius has done the job, and we can move on to the job of governing ourselves.

17/1/07 10:17 PM  
Blogger jm said...

We're clippin' along.
The House just voted student loan interest cuts. Very good. The broken educational system needs work immediately. It's hard to believe things are moving. We were in zombie-land.

17/1/07 10:23 PM  
Anonymous Joe said...

OMG, really? This is good news too, all around. I have a lot of student loan debt but I did manage to get my monthly payment down by over $50 by paying just a bit more each month than I was required to. :o)

18/1/07 4:18 AM  

<< Home