Sagittarius Full Moon June 20, at 4:02 am PDT (from Wendy Cicchetti)

Full Moons contain the energy of release. As the Moon becomes more and more darkened, the things you want to release become less and less obvious. Then set your intentions at the New Moon for manifestation of your desires by the light of the Full Moon; Full Moon release, New Moon manifest, and so this cycle repeats itself month after month. Taking advantage of these cycles can be very helpful if you are mindful and purposeful in setting your intentions with trust in a benevolent Universe. You have a 3 day window of power; the day before, the day of, and the day after.

This particular Full Moon is strengthened by a few other factors in the coming days. The Cancer solstice this year is on the 20th at 3:34 p.m. PDT. This occurs less than 12 hours after the peak of this Full Moon. Solstices are energetic windows. At that time, there appears to be a reduction in the magnetic field of the Earth, allowing a greater influx of cosmic radiation to penetrate our atmosphere and also our psyche, giving us access to greater understanding and wisdom. Then on June 29, Marsfinally goes direct at 23° Scorpio. This has been a powerfulretrograde contributing to the unrelenting global chaos and unrest.

The sign of Sagittarius, is concerned with our philosophy and convictions; Gemini deals with objectivity and perception. The idealistic side of Sagittarius delves into ever-expanding knowledge and far-reaching horizons of understanding, tolerance, and the realization of one’s life purpose. Its shadow leads to feelings of entitlement, and excuses for excess of all kinds. The bright side of Gemini remains open minded, aware that there is always more to learn and that listening is as important as speaking. The shadow side knows lots of facts but has little wisdom, talks incessantly but doesn’t listen and allows its mind to control its soul. This Full Moon in Sagittarius/Gemini shows us how to determine the philosophies that resonate with our hearts and where we need to walk our talk.

Remember that we are living in a time of great change (Uranus in Aries square Pluto in Capricorn). Be mindful of your intuitive impressions about what you see and hear. Don’t be led to follow blindly any philosophy that leads with fear. This is a time to lead with love and with a desire to help our fellow beings. It is time to break up old outmoded structures and to lead with bright and noble ideals for the future. The light is always stronger than the dark.

Sunday night Translation!

Aloha all, great Translation experience here<3 Any Prosperos student or pupil that has taken Translation may send me a message to join our, your group and stay hot n bothered on same.

Sense Testimony; Unfinished business can be frustrating and limiting,

Conclusion’s ; 1) Each and Every Individuation of Being is the complete and abundant ever present all powerful all knowing abundance of what works, the Universal One Truth.

A) The Universal Integrity of Each and Every Individuation of Being is only and always Efficiently Creating and Governing all there is.

2) Consciousness is Mind manifesting Mind, the One “I” in the universe that fills all work.

3) Truth is a limitless echo, vibrating through and throughout I, thou, universal principled expression forcing self management, equaling individual identity into action.


JOURNEY (Latin origin: “diurnum” = daily portion. Definition = The act of traveling from one place to another)

Earth Journey

“Words are tools,” says Buckminster Fuller. “And once you have learned how to use a tool you will never forget it.”

Each of us is on our own journey with our unique one-of-a-kind Point of View. My goal is to be a helper to all who are questioning things, searching for the Truth and eager to think for themselves.

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“Why I am Going to Russia” by David Hartsough

David Hartsough

June 14, 2016

The US and Russian governments are pursuing dangerous policies of nuclear brinkmanship. Many people believe we are closer to nuclear war than at any time since the Cuba missile crisis in 1962.

Thirty-one thousand troops from the US and NATO countries are engaged in military maneuvers on the Russian border in Poland – together with tanks, military planes and missiles. The US has just activated an anti-ballistic missile site in Romania which the Russians see as part of an American first strike policy. Now the US can fire missiles with nuclear weapons at Russia, and then the anti-ballistic missiles could shoot down Russian missiles shot toward the west in response, the assumption being only the Russians would suffer from nuclear war..

A former NATO general has said he believes there will be nuclear war in Europe within a year. Russia is also threatening use of its missiles and nuclear weapons on Europe and the US if attacked.

Back in 1962 when I met with President John Kennedy in the White House, he told us he had been reading The Guns of August describing how everyone was arming to the teeth to show the “other nations” they were strong and avoid getting embroiled in World War I. But, JFK continued, arming to the teeth was exactly what did provoke the “other side” and got everyone embroiled in that terrible war. JFK said to us in May 1962,”It is scary how similar the situation was in 1914 to what it is now “(1962) . I’m afraid we are back in the same place again in 2016. Both US and NATO and Russia are arming and engaging in military maneuvers on either side of Russia’s borders – in the Baltic states, Poland, Romania, Ukraine and the Baltic sea to show the “other” that they are not weak in the face of possible aggression. But those military activities and threats are provoking the “other side” to show they are not weak and are prepared for war – even nuclear war.

Instead of nuclear brinkmanship, lets put ourselves in the Russians’ shoes. What if Russia had military alliances with Canada and Mexico and had military troops, tanks, war planes, missiles and nuclear weapons on our borders? Would we not see that as very aggressive behavior and a very dangerous threat to the security of the United States?

Our only real security is a “shared security” for all of us — not for some of us at the expense of the security for “the other”.

Instead of sending military troops to the borders of Russia, let’s send lots more citizen diplomacy delegations like ours to Russia to get to know the Russian people and learn that we are all one human family. We can build peace and understanding between our peoples.

President Dwight Eisenhower once said, “I’d like to believe that the people of the world want peace so much that governments should get out of the way and let them have it.” The American people, Russian people, European people – all the world’s people – have nothing to gain and everything to lose by war, especially nuclear war.

I hope that millions of us will call on our governments to step back from the brink of nuclear war and instead, make peace by peaceful means instead of making threats of war.

If the US and other countries were to devote even half of the money we spend on wars and preparations for wars and modernizing our nuclear weapons stockpile, we could create a much better life not only for every American, but for every person on our beautiful planet and make the transition to a renewable energy world. If the US were helping every person in the world have a better education, decent housing and health care, this could be the best investment in security – not just for Americans, but for all people in the world we could ever imagine. .

David Hartsough is the Author of Waging Peace: Global Adventures of a Lifelong Activist; Director of Peaceworkers; Co-founder of the Nonviolent Peaceforce and World Beyond War; and participant in a Citizens Diplomacy delegation to Russia June 15-30 sponsored by the Center for Citizen Initiatives: see for reports from the delegation and more background information.

WAGING PEACE: Global Adventures of a Lifelong Activist(PM press) is available through Peaceworkers for $20 at 721 Shrader St., San Francisco, CA 94117.
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world: Indeed it’s the only thing that ever has.”
–Margaret Mead


“I am what I am” by Jacques Prevert

Jacques Prévert (February 4, 1900 – April 11, 1977) was a French poet and screenwriter. His poems became and remain popular in the French-speaking world, particularly in schools. His best regarded films formed part of the poetic realist movement, and include Les Enfants du Paradis. Wikipedia


I am what I am

I am what I am
I’m made that way
When I want to laugh
Yes I erupt with laughter
I love the one that loves me
Is it my fault
If it’s not the same one
That I love each time
I am what I am
I’m made that way
What more do you want
What do you want from me

I’m made for pleasure
And nothing can change that
My heels are too high
My figure too curved
My breasts way too firm
And my eyes too darkly ringed
And then afterwards
What can you do about it
I am what I am
I please who I please
What can you do about it

What happened to me
Yes I loved someone
Yes someone loved me
Like children love each other
Simply knowing how to love
Love love…
Why ask me
I’m here for your pleasure
And nothing can change that.

Je suis comme je suis

Je suis comme je suis

Je suis faite comme ça

Quand j’ai envie de rire

Oui je ris aux éclats

J’aime celui qui m’aime

Est-ce ma faute à moi

Si ce n’est pas le même

Que j’aime à chaque fois

Je suis comme je suis

Je suis faite comme ça

Que voulez-vous de plus

Que voulez-vous de moi


Je suis faite pour plaire

Et n’y puis rien changer

Mes talons sont trop hauts

Ma taille trop cambrée

Mes seins beaucoup trop durs

Et mes yeux trop cernés

Et puis après

Qu’est-ce que ça peut vous faire

Je suis comme je suis

Je plais à qui je plais

Qu’est-ce que ça peut vous faire


Ce qui m’est arrivé

Oui j’ai aimé quelqu’un

Oui quelqu’un m’a aimée

Comme les enfants qui s’aiment

Simplement savent aimer

Aimer aimer…

Pourquoi me questionner

Je suis là pour vous plaire

Et n’y puis rien changer.

Book recommendation: “Meetings with Remarkable Men”


These are the memoirs of the great mystic and teacher who inspired a generation of disciples and followers before, during and briefing after the Second World War. In Meetings With Remarkable Men Gurdjieff introduces us to some of the companions he encountered in his travels to the most remote regions of Central Asia. With colorful episodes from his adventures, he brings to life the story of his own relentless search for a real and universal knowledge. The book can be read as a colorful narrative or psychological autobiography, but the meaning of its contents can be better appreciated in relation to the expositions of his previously published ideas.  (

Meetings With Remarkable Men (Part 1 of 11)

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