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What on Earth Will it Take?

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The documentary, “Thrive: What On Earth Will It Take?” by Santa Cruz filmmakers Kimberly and Foster Gamble, is beginning a world tour. Go to www.thrivemovement.com to see if it’s coming to a theater or venue near you.

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“Thrive” explains the new physics, unveils government and money coverups, global consolidation of power controlling all aspects of daily life and offers real solutions to empowerment, activism and how to reclaim our lives — information vital to the creation of the new culture and civilization, the Aquarian agenda we must envision and build together. “Thrive” paves the way.

Thursday is the full moon Pisces solar festival. The Soul’s meditative seed, recited with the Great Invocation, “I leave the Father’s house and turning back, I save.” In Pisces we realize we must help “Restore the Plan on Earth.”

Thursday is also Purim (casting of lots, lottery), the Jewish festival of Deliverance when Queen Esther of fifth century Persia, saved her people from death. During Purim, we eat the sweet pastry Hamentaschen (Hamen’s pockets), filled with prunes or poppy seeds — a circle of dough folded into a triangular shape. During Purim, there is gratitude.

Sunday morning, 2 a.m., daylight saving time begins. Early morning Monday Mercury is stationary retrograde. Nothing purchased, planned, initiated, no marriages or new relationships. Our minds, overwhelmed with information since the last retrograde, needs order and rest.

Join the New Group of World Servers at the Pisces festival. And join in Purim’s Festival of Gratitude. (read more at www.nightlightnews.com)

Risa D’Angeles is founder & director of the Esoteric & Astrological Studies & Research Institute, a contemporary Wisdom School in the Ancient Mysteries tradition. Email her at risagoodwill@gmail.com. Website: www.nightlightnews.com.

 

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