Monday, April 18, 2011

Monday Memos

We open the week with news about flooding in NJ and massive destruction due to twisters in the south. These are end time events.

Across the pond, the news is about the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton next week. Though I haven't followed recent events, I look forward to catching a glimpse of the bride as she has great energy.

Over in Japan things are not looking up as a robot in the Japanese reactors detected high radiation. This is an end time event.

In the city, the sun shines brightly to welcome the start of another work week, energized by the full moon, final days of Mercury Retrograde (April 23), and of course the upcoming holidays for those who believe.

In the myth of the Red Sea parting ... was that an ancient alien event or did none of it ever really happen? Just stuff people are programmed to hold onto and honor, though I'm not sure why. Enjoy your holidays and think about why they may, or may not be important to you, especially if you are on the so-called sacred journey. If you get the illusion of it all, you're beyond it and just watching it play out. Maybe holidays are a way of families getting together to play out whatever ... positive and negative. They certainly trigger the emotional package.

Want to see how one New Yorker makes her statement -- Artist Photographs Herself Nude Around NYC and Naked Artist Explains Her Craft

More about NYC ... Check out the salaries NYC teachers make - not to mention the custodians. No wonder my custodian clients always keep it in the family. What do custodians want readings about? Like most of my blue collar workers it's about love. Most are married men and have found someone else. What do you do when you outgrow your marriage?

Sports :: As I like ice hockey ... The Rangers Finally Beat Capitals -- The return to MSG is just what the Rangers needed.

In your life ... what's coming up this week that you don't want to do or face?

April 18, 2011

Full Moon 27° Libra

April 18-26, 2011

Pesach, Passover

Passover Begins at Sundown

Passover commemorates the Exodus and freedom of the Israelites from ancient Egypt. As described in the Book of Exodus, Passover marks the "birth" of the Children of Israel who become the Jewish nation, as the Jews' ancestors were freed from being slaves of Pharaoh and allowed to become followers of God instead.