Cosmic Forecast, Sept 8-Sept 14

Happy Full Moon in Pisces! Hell yes! Let’s party all weekend! Tell the judge your astrologer told you to. Things will not be as they seem; it will be more like a dream. Hey, that just makes for a REAL party (Pisces)! Do the work first, with the Sun (brilliantly), Mercury (intelligently) and Venus (beautifully) all in Virgo! This be the truth, from Michael P.
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f VIRGO (8.23-9.22)  By the time you read this, your ruler Mercury will be in Virgo ’til the 25th. Time to redo everything that misfired during the first week of August, when Mercury tried to initiate this same transit and/but went retrograde. Fix the details and re-communicate with the principles/principals…

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Meredith’s Return

The scoring in Nebraska’s 40-7 victory was finished early in the fourth quarter. But Tennessee-Chattanooga was looking for three more points, pride points, on a 37-yard field goal.

The attempt was blocked. Josh Williams was credited with the block, but Jared Crick claimed he got a piece of the ball. “A couple of other guys said they got a piece of it, too,” said Crick.

“We’ll have to watch the tape. Maybe it got batted by three dudes.”

The tape showed that a fourth, Cameron Meredith, got more than a piece of the deflected field goal. The defensive end grabbed the ball near the line of scrimmage and carried it 7 yards before being tackled at…

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News You Can Use

Time for another installment of "News You Can Use," highlights of news around the world that points out how we might want to consider alternatives to the way we’re doing things, especially in areas affecting our health.

Another Top Forty “Hit” for American Medicine - American medicine was able to crack the Top Forty statistically in August. Details emerged that infant survival rates for our high-tech, high-cost method of delivering babies has plunged us to a worldwide ranking of #40. That’s right. We're on a par with Qatar. Want to know where you should live if you want to have a better chance of your infant surviving childbirth? You could move to Slovenia. Or you could move to Lithuania,…

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Cosmic Forecast, Sept 1-Sept 7

Happy September! Take care of the work first and create the harmony of the changing seasons during Libra, starting September 23rd. Virgo is the sign of Mother Nature, the power of the Earth to grow things; easily overlooked, yet an essential in life’s living chain. Cancer + Leo = Virgo. Thank you Mother Nature, Isis, Erzulie, Sophia, Astarte, Ishtar, the Blessed Virgo Mary and/or any of the other thousands of poetic names created so far for the source of all visible life; the universal feminine.
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f VIRGO (8.23-9.22)  No more; no need for more excuses, no more. If it’s going to get done(?), it’s going to get done now! Venus is with/watching you, so make…

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Supplementary, My Dear Watson

The fictional super-sleuth Sherlock Holmes was known to chide his simplistic sidekick, Dr. Watson. When explaining obvious steps in his line of deduction Holmes uttered that it was, “Elementary, my dear Watson.”

It would seem fitting that we paraphrase Mr. Holmes when it comes to the obvious: The market for nutritional supplements, vitamins and minerals, health food products and items sometimes folderol, has exploded in the past decade, becoming far more than elementary.

Fifteen years ago it would have been tough to find the selection of herbal supplements and vitamin derivatives now common in great numbers at the typical Walgreen’s and in even greater numbers at a Whole Foods or No Name Nutrition. How do we wade…

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Why not Creighton?

Tucked in among the few remaining warehouses in a formerly industrial part of Omaha, just north of downtown, is one of the most efficient football factories in America. Creighton soccer turns out winners with mechanical precision. If not for that other factory down in Lincoln – which produces a brand of football preferred by the locals and sold nationwide – the Bluejays could be the most successful college program in the state.

Maybe they already are. Since 1992 the Jays have made 18 NCAA tournament appearances, including 17 straight between 1992 and 2008. They’ve made it to the College Cup - soccer’s version of the Final Four - three times. CollegeSoccerNews.com calls Morrison Stadium the “most exciting venue”…

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Cosmic Forecast, Aug 25-Aug 31

All right! Let’s feel good before we get back to work, school and the Golden Rule: “Whoever has the most gold, rules.” Welcome into Virgo, the sign of Mother Nature. The New Moon in Virgo is late on Sunday, followed by a beautifully-aspected Moonday. Get out into it before it disappears amidst the necessity of the coming seasonal changes. Get the work done first. More next week! Happy exclamation points! I know times are hard, but read on, read on, read on…
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f VIRGO (8.23-9.22) By the time you read this, it’ll be over. You can go back to your life. It’s not fixed, but now it’s fixable. Start putting the pieces back together over…

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Attention to detail

If not for Sam Burtch, the most dramatic play of this Nebraska football season might never have happened.

If not for Burtch, Ron Kellogg III...

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Sack leader

As David Santos remembers it, Connor Cook was rolling out and he was pursuing the Michigan State quarterback when Nebraska teammate Randy Gregory...

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Accepting the challenge


Michigan State is next up for the Nebraska football team.

And the task is daunting.

The Spartans are a “tough team,” said Tommy Armstrong Jr.

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Planet Power: Nov. 21 - 27, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving. Let’s be nice to each other and cultivate warm thoughts. You are what you think…
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i SAGITTARIUS...

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Planet Power: Nov. 14 - 20, 2013

This issue marks my 17th year here at The “READER.” Thanks to John, Eric, my beloved Carrie, et al., for all your help, encouragement and...

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Planet Power: November 7 - 13, 2013

The new Aquarian-Age astrology is/will be ruled by the planet Uranus (yeah, I’ve heard that joke before). Traditional astrology, prior to the...

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Planet Power: Oct. 31 - Nov. 6, 2013

Happy Halloween! Let your subconscious desires flow as the twilight fades into the black of the night of the year. Don’t fear the night. You have...

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Turn Out the Lights, or the Party’s Over

Lists are popular this time of year. Let’s persist. One thing prompted consideration of the types of pollution we endure as we traipse through our...

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What’s in Store for Two-Oh-One-Four

Glow, little glowworm. Ft. Calhoun nuclear reactor turned 40 in August of 2013. Plagued by a plethora of dangerous malfunctions, it looked like it...

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Wha’ Happened!?

 

That was it? That was 2013? Whew! Well, let’s hope hindsight, being 20/20, converts to foresight with similar acuity in 2014. Find links to all...

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Thanks and No Thanks

“Gratitude is an attitude,” the aphorism goes and there is a lot to recommend a cheery outlook on life. Evidence predicts that a positive attitude...

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