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Month: November 2018

Astrology: Leave me Alone, I’m Lonely, the Venus-Uranus dilemma – or is it?

Reading Time: 4 minutes On 30 November, two of my favourite planets take up positions across the sky from each other, with Venus at 29 degrees of Libra (her own sign – more on that in a moment) and Uranus at 29 degrees of Aries (ruled by Mars, the lover of Venus). This is their third opposition transit since early September, as they’ve danced an astrological tango through the sky, thanks to their respective retrogrades.

When planets sit across the chart from each other in a 180-degree relationship, it’s a bit like two of King Arthur’s knights sitting across the roundtable from each other. They don’t share the same point of view at all, so they each bring their own vantage point for whatever’s going on in life. But they can see each other incredibly clearly, so it’s like an opportunity for each to offer insights on the other’s area of expertise.

That makes for some potential tension, but when you know how to use it, the tension can be a potent fuel for expansion and exploration.

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Cindy Hyde-Smith, Propaganda Network, James Corsi: 3 Stories You Should Read 11/28/2018

Reading Time: 2 minutesConfluence Daily is your daily news source for women in the know. In the category of:  Is anyone really surprised?? Cindy Hyde-Smith Defeats Mike Espy In Mississippi Senate Runoff Election The GOP senator was the prohibitive favorite, although the backlash to her “hanging” remark gave Democrats some hope. WASHINGTON ― Republican incumbent Cindy Hyde-Smith defeated Democratic challenger Mike Espy in Mississippi’s Senate runoff election on Tuesday, a heated race that put a spotlight on the state’s history of racist violence. Mississippi hasn’t elected an African-American to the Senate since Reconstruction. Its voters also haven’t picked a...

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NYT: A Dark Consensus About Screens and Kids Begins to Emerge in Silicon Valley

Reading Time: 6 minutes Tim Cook, the C.E.O. of Apple, said earlier this year that he would not let his nephew join social networks. Bill Gates banned cellphones until his children were teenagers, and Melinda Gates wrote that she wished they had waited even longer. Steve Jobs would not let his young children near iPads.

But in the last year, a fleet of high-profile Silicon Valley defectors have been sounding alarms in increasingly dire terms about what these gadgets do to the human brain. Suddenly rank-and-file Silicon Valley workers are obsessed. No-tech homes are cropping up across the region. Nannies are being asked to sign no-phone contracts.

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