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Month: February 2020

Astrology: easing into flow

Reading Time: 5 minutes With Venus, Mercury and Uranus energies taking the lead this week, the wyrdness of the recent New Moon begins to segue into the relative ease of grounded Taurus and mischievous Aquarius. Research, body work and sensory delight abound.

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VOX: WHO raises Covid-19 alert to highest level after cases found in nearly 50 countries

Reading Time: 5 minutes “We are on the highest level of alert or highest level of risk assessment in terms of spread and in terms of impact,” said Mike Ryan, executive director of WHO’s health emergencies program. The agency isn’t trying to incite panic, he added. “This is a reality check for every government on the planet: Wake up, get ready, this virus may be on its way and you need to be ready. You have a duty to your citizens, you have a duty to the world to be ready.”

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US says Chinese warship fired military laser at US aircraft: China, Nadler, Mick Mulvaney

Reading Time: 2 minutes Confluence Daily is your daily news source for women in the know. In the category of:  In case you weren’t anxious enough today US says Chinese warship fired military laser at US aircraft The US Navy said Thursday that a Chinese military warship fired a military grade laser at US Navy P-8 surveillance aircraft last week while it was flying over the Pacific Ocean, an action that the US Navy called “unsafe and unprofessional.” The People’s Republic of China “navy destroyer’s actions were unsafe and unprofessional,” US Pacific Fleet said in a statement Thursday.  ...

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SUFFRAGE CENTENNIAL SERIES. Second-Class Citizen (Part One: Speaking Up—From Abigail Adams to Alice Paul)

Reading Time: 7 minutes By: Cornelia Powell – Confluence Daily is your daily news source for women in the know. For thousands of years of patriarchal rule, women have been written out of history, regarded and treated as less important than men, and relegated to live in a limited “domestic sphere” of society as second-class citizens. Historically, thwarted by their religions, governments and families, denied education and career opportunities, generations of women had their dreams, ideas and talents squashed. There were some who found ways to flourish in their personal goals and public ambitions—usually at a great cost or compromise—and there...

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