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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editorial: Lifting the Lid, pg 2
2015: Year of the (Wood) Goat, pg 2
Pathfinder Info, pg 2
Note to Supporters & Reader, pg 2
Why Not Whip Up a Constitutional Convention?, pg 3
A(nother) 8 year, pg 3
Strong Correlation between GMOs and 22 Diseases, pg 4
CDC Admits Flu Vaccine Doesn't Work, pg 4
Vaccination: Militarization of Medicine; pg 5
A Treasure Trove of Nazi Military Secrets – Evidence of Alien Technology?, pg 6
American Hack-ocracy: Manipulation & Lies; pg 7
Why We Dream: Signs & Portents, pg 8
Press Release: Gitana Productions presents: Celebrating the Divine Feminine, pg 9
Help is Coming!, pg 9
March Winds of Change, pg 10
Overcoming Tribal Mind, pg 10
Quote: James Madison, pg 10
Palo Alto: Aiming for Carbon Neutrality, pg 11
AAStL Program coming up: Cosmic Time for 2015, pg 12
In the Stars, Jan/Feb 2015, pg 12 – see Stars below.
Cool Alignment of Quasars Across Billions of Light Years, pg 13
Observations of the Light (Jan/Feb 2015): Manifestation vs. Manipulation, pg 13
Calendar of Events, Jan/Feb 2015, pg 14
Missouri Organic Assoc. Conf. 2015: Plenary on GMOs, pg 14
Quote: Heraclitus, 14
Special Days in Jan/Feb 2015, pg 14
New, Full Moon & Planetary Stations, pg 14
Recurring Events, pg 15
Resource &Web Directory, pg 15
Support these Area Resources and "better life" providers, pg 15 Subscription Form, p 15
  Jan 2015
Feb 2015
Jan. 1 - Happy New Year!

Jan. 9 thru 11, Fri. thru Sun.
> "Learn the Teaching and Practice of Ascension as taught by the Ishayas," Retreat for beginners. Ishaya foundation, St. James Retreat center. Call 1-888-474-2921, email contact@ theishaya foundation. org, or visit theishaya foundation.org.

Jan. 10 - Saturday
[NEW DATE from Jan. to Jun. 2015] > "Thinking, Thoughts, Wording and Knowing for Clarity in Dowsing Questions," 1-4pm, presented by Faith Parrish, Gateway Society of Dowsers. Note Change of meeting day: Second Sat. at the St. Louis County Library HDQ.

Jan. 11 - Sunday
> "Welcome to 2015," with Nikki Davenport and Audria Gebhardt, 2-5pm, AAStL, 2505 S. Brentwood Blvd., 63144. Nikki and Audria look at planetary rhythms in 2015 tied to our personal charts and the affect of the rhythms on the US Chart. Call Audria (after 11 am) for more, 314-963-7214. Visitors, $3, members free.

Jan. 20 - Tuesday
> "Council of Solace," 7pm. Join us in sending out thoughts of peace and healing. Followed by program at 7:30pm: "Reincarnation - The Journey of the Soul." Learn how to perceive past lives. Program includes past life regression guided meditation. St. Louis Lodge, Rosicrucian Order, AMORC. 3225 South Brentwood Blvd., Webster Groves, MO 63119 Free. Open to the Public. For Information all 314-338-4471 or missouri@ amorc.missouri.org.    top
New – Added after publication. – Feb. 4 thru Mar. 11, 2015
Beginning Astrology
> 6-week beginning in February with Nikki Davenport. Wednesdays, 6-8pm at the Karmik Korner Metaphysical Shop, in the Tower Grove neighborhood.
    Contact Nikki at nikiastro@att.net. She also plans to start a more advanced class for those of you that want to go that extra step into the science and art that is Astrology.

Feb. 5th thru 7th, Thurs. thru Sat.
> MOA Conference (see ad on pg 8 for workshops, etc). University Plaza Hotel & Convention Center, Springfield MO. Plenary Agenda [link, this page]

Feb. 8 - Sunday
> "The Four Faces of Goddess Lilith," with Nikki Davenport, 2-5pm, AAStL, 2505 S. Brentwood Blvd., 63144. Nikki presents a guided journey through the wisdom emanations of Lilith as she reveals new understanding of the lunar energy in our lives. Call Audria (after 11 am) for more, 314-963-7214. Visitors, $3, members free.

Feb. 9 - Monday
> "What Is Your Relationship Style?," with Linda Sherwin, 6:30-8pm, Mystic Valley, 7241 Manchester, Maplewood, MO 63143. Astrological mini-workshop focuses on partners, colleagues and clients. Call to reserve a space for you (and a valentine), 314-645-3336. Love donation.

Feb . 14 - Saturday
> Gitana Production's Faces of Love, "Celebrating The Divine Feminine," 8pm, Ethical Society, 9001 Clayton Rd., 63117.
    * Featured artists include Japanese Jazz blend violinist, Aska Kaneka, Brazilian pianist and composer, Jasnam Daya Singh, with local artists, Amy Camie, award-winning harpist, and Ruth Latchison-Nichols, a leading Gospel singer in the Heartland (see ad, Special Mentions link above).

    * Valentine special: "Candlelights, Chocolate and Champagne With a Purpose," fundraiser for upcoming play, "Black and Blue," by Lee Patton Chiles. Minimum donation, $20/person. Call 314-721-6556, or online at eventbrite.com/e/faces-of-love- concert-celebrating-the- divine-feminine- tickets -13883635327. Those attending the Candlelight, Chocolate and Champagne event will have the opportunity to win a $50 Gift Certificate for dinner at the Eclipse Restaurant in the Moonrise Hotel (Loop). Minimum donation $20/per person.

> "Remove Viewing Consciousness Healing," by Rich Berry. Gateway Society of Dowsers. 1-4pm, St. Louis County Library HDQ.

Feb. 17 - Tuesday
> "Council of Solace," 7pm. Join us in sending out thoughts of peace and healing. Followed by program at 7:30pm: "Mentally Creating." Learn how to create a healthier and happier life using time tested principles passed down from the ancient mystery schools. St. Louis Lodge, Rosicrucian Order, AMORC. 3225 South Brentwood Blvd., Webster Groves, MO 63119 Free. Open to the Public. For Information all 314-338-4471 or email missouri@amorc. missouri.org. <>


MOA GMO Plenary Agenda


Feb. 6 - Friday — MOA Plenary Session, 8am-5pm

Friday Morning, 8 am-12noon

8am Keynote: "The Spiritual Aspects of Organic and GMO Farming," Edwin J. Blosser, Founder of Mid-West BioSystems, elder in the Mennonite Church. "Do not mate two different kinds of animals. Do not plant your field with two different kinds of seed..." -Leviticus 19:19

8:30 Introduction, Jim Gerritsen, Moderator

8:45 "Why Genetically Engineered Foods Are Unacceptably Risky and Unequivocally Illegal – and Why Most People Are Utterly Unaware of It," Steven M. Druker, Exec. Dir., Alliance for Bio-Integrity. Steven M. Druker is a public interest attorney who initiated a lawsuit against the FDA for not doing its due diligence in assessing the risks of GMO foods. He is the author of new book, "Altered Genes, Twisted Truth: How the Venture to Genetically Engineer our Food Has Subverted, Science, Corrupted Government, and Systematically Deceived the Public."

9:30 Break

10-10:45 "The Economic Effects of GMO's on the Small Family Farms and Businesses," Jim Gerritsen, Wood Prairie Farm. Jim Gerritsen owns and operates Wood Prairie Farm in Bridgewater, Maine, primarily growing certified organic seed potatoes. In March 2011 as president of the Organic Seed Growers and Trade Association, he led a lawsuit against the Monsanto on behalf of 270,000 family farmers, gardeners, and consumers to challenge the validity of Monsanto's GE seed patents and protect family farmers. [Supreme Court in Jan. 2014 refused to hear the case]. He continues to challenge the use of GE crops and promotes GMO transparency for consumers. His farmer's perspective, helps address the advantages and challenges facing organic agriculture today.

10:45-11:15 Effects of GMO's on Our Midwest Farmers, Lakin Bayless, Campaign Coordinator, GMO Free USA. Lakin, from NE Kansas, discovered the organic movement in early 2013. . . As her passion for clean food grew, Lakin began studying nutrition and became a Nutrition Science major. Lakin provides a Midwest perspective, and Midwest farmers struggling with failing GM technology.

11:15-12noon "The Effects of GMOs on our Environment," Dr. Brian Baker. Dr. Baker presents a summary of research on direct and indirect ecological impacts of genetically modified crops, and critically examines some of the claims made about risks posed by the introduction of GMOs into the environment and the food system.

12-1pm- Lunch (on your own)


Friday Afternoon, 1-5 pm
1-2 "The Effects on GMO's on the Health of our Soil, our Livestock and our People"- Dr. Don M. Huber – Dr. Don Huber, internationally recognized for his agricultural expertise, herbicide-nutrient-disease interactions, and cultural control of plant diseases. He is author or co-author of over 300 journal articles, 3 books, and 84 special invited publications. Dr. Huber discusses the science of GMO's and the health effects of glysophates on our soil, our livestock, and our human health from consuming GMO altered foods.

2:30-3 Genetically-Engineered Crops, Glyphosate and Soil Biology, Dr. Robert J. Kremer, Soil Microbiologist, USDA-ARS, Retired, & Adjunct Professor of Soil Microbiology, UMO. 3-3:30 "The Rising Demand for Non-GMO Foods" Ken Roseboro, editor of The Organic & Non-GMO Report. Ken has written extensively about GM foods and the non-GMO trend since 1999. . . Ken discusses his observations on the increase in demand for organic and Non-GMO Foods and the opportunities for organic and transitioning to organic and Non-GMO farmers to market their products.

3:30-4:30 "A Call to Action- Our Future, Our Health"- Robyn O'Brien. A former financial and food industry analyst, Robyn O'Brien triggered an awakening in the food industry when she asked: "Are we allergic to food or what's been done to it?" Regarded as an expert on children's health policy, she founded a non-profit, "AllergyKids" to make clean safe food affordable to all families. She ends the Plenary with her challenge to continue fighting for organic food.

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Recurring Calendar - Mon. thru Fri.
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Recurring Calendar - Mon. thru Fri.
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BY APPOINTMENT    Past-Life Clearings by Roxanne Sears. Gain greater understanding of your soul's purpose while addressing emotional and mental imbalances. Living Insights, 6361 Clayton Rd., 63117. Call 314-721-4455 to schedule appointment.

Green Time TV, a half hour in-depth exploration of environmental and social justice problems and solutions, appears at 12p, Sat. in St. Louis on Ch. 24-1; 8pm on Mon. on Ch. 24-2; Springfield on Ch. 39, Joplin on Ch. 36; and Marshfield on Ch. 17. > If you would like to help produce Green Time TV call 314-727-8554 or email don@greentime.tv    top
MONDAYS

Every Mon.
Readings (Intuitive and Past Life), Medium Messages (Certified Medium), Energy Therapy & Chakra Balancing with Julie Marie. Mystic Valley, 7241 Manchester, 63143, 314-645-3336.

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TUESDAYS

Every Tues.
Spiritual Study Group, 7-8:30pm. A lively discussion of many spiritual topics. Donations (at least $10 suggested). Living Insights Center, 6361 Clayton Rd., Clayton, MO 63117, 314-721-4455, www.livinginsights. com.

Kansas City, Mo: Transmission Meditation Group. This simple meditation is a form of service to the world while simultaneously promoting personal spiritual transformation. Call Ken at 913-980-0652.

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WEDNESDAYS

Every 1st Wed.
Pranic Healing Sessions, led by Dale Bilyeu and Lynn Maupin, 7-8:30 pm. Preceded by Twin Hearts Meditation at 6pm. Donations (at least $10 suggested). Living Insights Center, 6361 Clayton Rd., Clayton, MO 63117, 314-721-4455, www.livinginsights.com.

Every 2nd & 4th Wednesdays
"Sanctuary with Mark Biehl." A peaceful journey into sound healing, featuring Tibetan singing bowls, gongs, chimes, indigenous flutes, and keyboard atmospheres. 8-9 pm, $15. Casa Bagus, 6318 Clayton Rd, St Louis, MO 63117, 314-537-5304, casabagus.com/MarkBiehl.

Every Wed.
Intuitive Aura readings with Janean. Mystic Valley, 3212 Laclede Sta. Rd., St. Louis, MO 63143, 314-645-3336.
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THURSDAYS

Every 1st & 3rd Thursdays
Drum Circles, Mystic Valley, 314-645-3336. mysticvalleyonline. com

Every 3rd Thursday AAStL Book Club discussion group. Thornhill Library, 12863 Willowyck Dr., St. Louis, MO 63146, 7-8:30pm. Contact 314-994-3300 for more.

Every Thurs.
Tarot Readings &Reiki with Susan Brockmeier. Mystic Valley, 3212 Laclede Sta. Rd., St. Louis, MO 63143, 314-645-3336.
Reiki/Healing Circle, 7-11pm. The area's largest weekly healing energy Circle (all modalities welcomed). Limited to healers. Donations (at least $5 suggested), 314-721-4455, 6361 Clayton Rd., Clayton, MO 63117, www.living insights.com.
Tarot Readings & Reiki with Susan Brockmeier. Mystic Valley, 314-645-3336.
St. Louis Transmission Meditation group. Join in to raise the vibration of humanity and the earth. Meeting starts promptly at 7pm; no one admitted after that time, but attendees may leave at any time afterwards. Call Bob at 314-677-0495 for info.
Hypnosis with Bree, Mystic Valley, 314-645-3336.

Intuitive Development at Heart Forward, with Julie Marie 314-449-1163. Also by appointment.

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FRIDAYS

1st Friday & 3rd Sunday

Guided Crystal Meditation, Mystic Valley, 314-645-3336.
Readings (Intuitive and Past Life), Medium Messages (Certified Medium), Energy Therapy & Chakra Balancing with Julie Marie. Mystic Valley, 7241 Manchester, 63143, 314-645-3336.

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SATURDAYS

Every 1st & 4th Saturday
Dream Circle with Julie Marie at Heart Forward Studio, 1750 Brentwood, Ste 307, 12-2pm. Drop-ins welcome.

Every 1st Sat.
A.R.E. - St. Louis Healing Circle gathers for prayer at the Florissant Br. of the St. Louis Public Library, 195 New Florissant Rd. S., 314-921-7200. Contact Myrna McKee at 618-585-6722.

Sound Healing and Readings at Yoga Works (in Webster) with Julie Marie 314-449-1163 or 314-399-9642, 7919 Big Bend. Also by appointment.

Satsang at Earthlit Sanctuary in Wildwood, MO. 4-6pm. Donation based, more info at Earthlit.com. RSVP Katharina 636-527-9939, info@earthlit.com.

Every 2nd Sat.
Mystic Valley's Consultant Open House. Sample gifted readers, psychics, medical intuitive, Reiki and massage mini-treatments, etc., 3212 Laclede Sta. Rd., St. Louis, MO 63143, 314-645-3336.

NOTE CHANGE OF MEETING DATE (from 3rd Sat. to 2nd Sat. through June 2015): The Gateway Society of Dowsers monthly meeting, explores a variety of dowsing interests, 1-4pm. St. Louis County Library, 1640 S. Lindbergh Blvd. Contact Faith at 618-876-1771 for information or visit gatewaydowsers.org.

Intuitive Readings/Energy work with Julie Marie at Mystic Valley, 314-645-3336.

Every 3rd Sat.
The Gateway Society of Dowsers monthly meeting explores a variety of dowsing interests, 1-4pm. St. Louis County Library, 1640 S. Lindbergh Blvd. Contact 314-563-0079 for information or visit www.gatewaydowsers.org.

Intuitive Readings/Energy work with Julie Marie at Mystic Valley, 314-645-3336.

Every 4th Saturday
Wicca Discussion Group, Mystic Valley, 7241 Manchester, 314-645-3336.

(Starting in Feb.) Dream Circle with Julie Marie at Mystic Valley 4:30-7pm, 7241 Manchester, 63143, 314-645-3336.

Every Saturday
Biomat with Reiki, at Yoga Works, (7919 Big Bend, Webster). $25/hr, for Sacred Valley Initiative in Peru plus Donation to Center. Call Cathy for appt. 314-766-1025.

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SUNDAYS
Every 1st and 3rd Sunday
Advanced Intuitive Development Classes with Julie Marie. Heart Forward Studio, 1750 Brentwood, Ste. 307.

Every 1st Sun.
Coping with Illness: An Alternative Support Group featuring various healing modalities and guest speakers who have won battles against chronic illness. Facilitated by Janis Yakopovic. Mystic Valley, 3212 Laclede Sta. Rd., St. Louis, MO 63143, 314-645-3336.
Every 2nd Sun. (Unless otherwise noted)
Astrological Assoc. of St. Louis (AAStL) offers classes and workshops on various topics each month. Learn to use this celestial wisdom tool. Brentwood Comm. Ctr., 2505 S. Brentwood, 2-5pm. 314-965-3844, Check specific dates for program topics and/or changes. AAStL.net or cosmicexpress.com/ aastl. Members, free; nonmembers, $3.
Every 2nd & 4th Sun.
Tarot & Psychic Readings with Susan Brockmeier. Mystic Valley, 314-645-3336.

Intuitive Development Classes (Basic Training) with Julie Marie. Mystic Valley, 7241 Manchester, 63143, 314-645-3336.

Every 3rd Sun.
Kirtan. Hindu mantra group singing led by Brad Smith, 7-9pm. Donations requested. Living Insights Ctr, 6361 Clayton Rd, St. Louis, MO 63105, 314-721-4455, livinginsights.com.

Tarot Reading w/Maggie, Mystic Valley, 314-645-3336.

Every Sun.
Silent Meditation,4:30-5pm. Opportunity for discussion/instruction before and after. Donations ($10 suggested). Living Insights Ctr, 6361 Clayton Rd., Clayton, MO 63117, 314-721-4455, living insights.com.

Intuitive Development Classes (Basic Training and Ongoing Intermediate Levels) with Julie Marie at Mystic Valley, 314-645-3336, mysticvalley online .com     top
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© by Cassandra Joan Butler. Contents from the astrological column in the current issue of Pathfinder. Call 716-632-1004 or email her at cassandrajoanbutler@yahoo.com about her offerings.

Cassandra Joan Butler's Stars Intuition and discernment are always needed in anticipating events. Use your own judgment as to the relevance of the information below to your situation.– Scroll down for your sign. . .

[Ed's note: Those who wish to further explore "stellar" possibilities, try looking up your Ascendant sign as well.]    top

  Aries Aries (Mar 20 – Apr 19)
A new year's resolution for you may be to develop a more fulfilling career path. And, the full moon of Jan. 4th may help to illuminate which direction to pursue. Chose to challenge yourself for greater overall achievement. It's all about the friends as Jan. comes to a close. New acquaintances become friends, and, friends become even closer. This social trend continues through Feb. 18th, with a bit of tension bubbling up around Feb. 3rd. The full moon could find you questioning another's compassion or motivation. The last eleven days of Feb. indicate a time for you to rest and relax, retreat and daydream!. > Your key- phrase for the New Year is "education leads to great rewards."     top
  Taurus Taurus (Apr 20 – May 20)
As Jan. begins, you are inspired to expand your life through new learning, travel, and/or teaching others. With Saturn beginning a new emphasis, you may suddenly book a trip you've been dreaming about. Your new year's resolution is about the `journey;' establishing the experiences which create avenues for your self-growth. Take the reins in a leadership role between Jan. 20th and Feb. 18th. You will be noticed; take the necessary steps to sharpen your image. Tension between the conflicting demands of home and career peak and then quickly ebb around Feb. 3rd. Friendship matters most as Feb. ends. > Your key phrase for 2015 is "finding peace and security within."     top
  Gemini Gemini (May 21 – Jun 20)
Through the 19th of Jan., the emphasis is on strengthening a self-improvement program, personal commitments, and the long-term financial picture. Meanwhile, a new year's resolution for you might be simply to create more authentic relationships. The energy shifts on the new moon of Jan. 20th as you'll want to expand your world through travel, learning and philosophical bantering. New understanding arises around the full moon of Feb. 3rd. Enjoy the eccentric flow of February's energy! From the 19th on, you may take on a leadership role within your community or career. > Your key phrase for 2015 is "Life is too short to spend it with uncommitted partners."     top
  Cancer Cancer (Jun 21 – Jul 22)
Jan. is your relationship time of the year. The full moon of the 4th catapults your emotions into a position of `make or break' regarding a close connection. Stick to your new years' resolution of remaking your closest connections into true partnerships. The new moon of Jan. 20th opens up a period of financial evaluation. You'll be inspired to let go of whatever needs to be eliminated from your life around the full moon of Feb. 3rd, so that fresh positive experiences can enter your life. Communications with others could be jumbled and difficult during the first ten days of Feb. Emotional issues will tend to settle down and be more relaxed and predictable as Feb. ends.> The key phrase for 2015 is "reworking your work to support your expansive new vision."     top
  Cancer Leo (Jul 23 – aug 22)
For you, Jan. is a personal power time to truly commit to goals related to self-improvement and health (as this your 6th House of health and work). This is also your organization time of the year. Strive to improve the efficiency of your work habits and you will be pleased at how successful you can be. From Jan. 22nd through Feb. 18th, your focus turns to relationships. Reflect on whatever comes up for you around the full moon of Feb. 3rd, as partnership strains could come to the fore. Feb. ends with a focus on finances.> The key phrase for 2015 is "getting serious about fun!."     top
  Virgo Virgo (Aug 23 – Sept 20)
Resolve to play more, create more and entertain your inner child as the new year begins. Overall, Jan. is a time to indulge in a favorite activity. Creative pursuits and romantic notions take center stage, especially during the first weekend of the month. From late Jan. through Feb. 17th, you can to learn much about yourself through the eyes of your partner. Relationships can be challenging around the full moon of Feb. 3rd. Be willing to compromise as the month unfolds. Late in the month is the time to curtail criticism and open your compassionate heart. > Your key phrase for 2015 is "restructure your outer security to reflect your spiritual alignment."     top
  Libra Libra (Sept 21 – Oct 20)
Jan. begins with "home time" concerns. Resolve to improve your domestic situation; clean, remodel, and fix what needs repair either literally or figuratively. Family members could exert added pressure around Jan. 4th. Remain focused on your responsibilities without losing yourself. As you organize your inner and outer life you lay the foundation for greater success. Late Jan. through Feb. 18th is a fun time for you; relaxation, creativity and romantic connections. The full moon of Feb. 3rd is a time to create some romantic sparks! Late Feb. begins an empowered time of work success.> Your key phrase for 2015 is "Rebuild your environment as you speak the truth."     top
  Scorpio Scorpio (Oct 21 – Nov 20)
As 2015 begins your resolve to improve your message, as the energy is on learning and communication, and on the exchange of ideas, goods and services. Launch any marketing plan around the first weekend. The time is now to organize your thoughts and speak your truth. Friends will support you as significant connections come into your life. From late Jan. through Feb. 18th the focus is on home and family. You'll notice that it will be easier to detach from family dramas in order to fulfill your own dreams. Feb. ends with you taking some time for yourself to enjoy some rest and relaxation. >The key phrase for you in 2015 is "strengthening your finances frees you up for more adventures."     top
  Sagittarius Sagittarius (Nov 21 – Dec 20)
From Jan. 1st through the 22nd your priority will be on ways to maximize income, as you become more responsive to your own aspirations and desires. This is an excellent time for you to tap into an interest or hobby and transform it into a money-making venture. Be clear in your intention. From late Jan. through Feb. 18th your focus turns towards communications, marketing and travel. Exchanges of ideas are inspirational and uplifting. Late Feb. is your time to take care of family concerns. A potential conflict is smoothed over thanks to your wit and wisdom.> Your key phrase for 2015 is "take responsibility for your life."     top
  Capricorn Capricorn (Dec 21 – Jan 19)
As the sun moves through your sign, you'll notice a renewal of will power and confidence. Take a leadership role in your business or personal life. Others will turn to you for guidance and wisdom. The full moon of Jan. 4th may stir up a disagreement or two between you and a close partner. Don't allow your ego to torpedo an otherwise positive connection. From late Jan. through Feb. 18th, the focus is on money, resources and values. Be open to explore ways to maximize your earning potential. Late Feb. is your time to travel, write, learn and teach.> Your key phrase for 2015 is "making time for inner reflection helps me to manage life."     top
  Aquarius Aquarius (Jan 20 – Feb 18)
The New Year begins on a reflective note. Indulge your resolution for alone time to think, meditate, pray. There are powerful changes stirring within you. Be open to make a stronger connection with your inner guidance. Pay special attention to what emerges from your psyche around Jan. 4th in terms of dreams and fantasies. From late Jan. through Feb. 18th you'll be interested in maximizing your gifts and income potential. Ask for that raise you've been considering or start a new lucrative business. Late Feb. favors exploration, teaching and travel.> Your key phrase for 2015 is "Rewards come to those who wait."     top
  PISCES Pisces (Feb 19 – Mar 21)
Friendship concerns are center stage as the New Year unfolds. Jan. is your time to network with others for fun and profit. You may feel detached from a close contact around Jan. 4th. Use your intuition to quiet the concern through soulful communication. Late Jan. through Feb. 18th is a time for you to perfect your meditative practice. Spending time alone in nature will be especially beneficial. Observe your dreams for inner messages as well. As the sun enters you sign in late Feb. you feel more confident and project a stronger persona. Others will recognize your powerful compassionate gifts.> Your key phrase for 2015 is "redesign your life for greater joy and authenticity."     top

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