Weekly Horoscopes

One week to prepare. For what? For next week and all the April Fool’s guaranteed to take over the pre-apocalyptical media circus. Remember, there are no mistakes. Peace & Love Shall Conquer All as soon as the oil runs out! Hey, could we be/are we the dinosaurs of the future? “Fill ‘er up!” — MOJOPOPlanetPower.com *ARIES (3.21-4.20) Wham! Bam! Thank you, Mam. You are kickin’! You’re two short weeks away. Dream your scheme, your ruler Mars is still in Pisces until the New Moon in Aries (the sign of new starts) April 3; part of a “stellium,” or four or more planets in one sign. This is the first significant astral event of 2011. Six Astrological planets in…

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Your Cosmic Forecast, March 10-16

One week until the Full Moon in Virgo. Take care of the details now and Winter will be over before you can think about it. One more week to dream... Glub glub..... MojoPlanetPower.com PISCES (2.20-3.20) Almost done/Never done? Both sides now/somehow? Your reality has merged into fantasy/imagination and is ready to return back once again, Yin to Yang/Yang to Yin, as the Sun shall burn away Winter’s lingering snow/fog with the fire within. What psychological maladies do you still allow to exist within your Self? Cleanse within the depths of your personal subconscious; your entire retained memory of this lifetime. Fire within the forge of this new Spring (April 3rd) so’s you can satisfy your subconscious need for…

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CU’s McDermott passes 2K to top phenomenal freshman year

* Who is Cleo Littleton? Only the first college basketball player west of the Mississippi to score 2,000 points in a career. Until Tuesday the Wichita State star was also the only freshman to earn first-team all-conference honors as a freshman in the Missouri Valley Conference. Doug McDermott joined him last week, earning a spot on the first-team and the Valley’s Freshman and Newcomer of the Year honors as well. He is the sixth player in conference history to complete the rookie sweep. McDermott was one of four Jays to earn conference honors, and the good news for Jays fans is that none of them were seniors. Junior guard Antoine Young was named second-team All-MVC, freshman guard Jahenns Manigat made…

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CFLs: Stopping at the “Green” Lights

Usually Heartland Healing relishes sharing information and ideas with its readers. This week there was a touch of reluctance. More on that later. You can get lit but you can’t get a light. Try to buy a 100-watt light bulb in California. Go on, I dare ya. You won’t find one because they became illegal in January of this year. Up and down the Golden State, you can buy dope at your local medicinal marijuana clinic but you can’t buy a 100-watter at Home Depot. Minus the weed clinics, it’ll be the same in Nebraska next year. Within two years, nearly all of the type of electric bulb that has served us well for the past century-plus will be out…

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Gates’ Way: Computer nerd touts GMOs, vaccines and techno-mosquitoes

Ordinarily, it’s considered the piety of noblesse oblige when the wealthy earmark billions for a charitable cause. In the case of techno-maven Bill Gates, the world might be better off if he kept his money in his pocket. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation ranks with Bob Geldof and Bono for image-polishing acts of charity deemed to help end sickness, world hunger and global grief. Of private foundations, BMGF is the world’s largest. Few realize, however, that much of BMGF funding is dedicated to increasing the worldwide reach and power of mega-corporations like Monsanto, and that millions are spent on secret (or just plain stupid) plots to use questionable technology to control nature and populations. The BMGF backs genetic manipulation…

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Fash Flood

GLOBAL FASH Spring and fall, spring and fall. As it hardly seems possible that the majority of fall 2011 Ready-to-Wear fashion has passed with Paris Fashion Week closing this week, a few notable fashion events remain. Los Angeles’ ever-improving Fashion Week is set to begin March 15 and fashion’s wild card, Tokyo Fashion Week, is opening March 18. As Milan’s Fashion Week came to a close, John Galliano, head of French fashion house Dior was suspended from his position pending investigation of an incident that occurred on February 25. Indeed, the fashion world was besieged by allegations against Galliano including anti-Semitic remarks and assault. NATIONAL FASH Buy your plane tickets now. This year’s must-see fashion exhibit, Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty

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Cosmic Forecast, March 3-9

Happy New Moon in Pisces. One more month of this season of introspection and survival. Still plenty of room/time to dream. Use it. Somewhere, somehow, some kind of war is about to raise its ugly, purple head. One month from now, on April 3rd, the Sun, the Moon, Mars (the planet of war), Jupiter (Bigness), the planet Uranus (the planet of the unexpected) and a retrograding Mercury (to help confuse the issues) are all in Aries — and all in opposition to Saturn in the sign of harmony, Libra. Meanwhile, back at the farm … peace and love shall conquer all. There are no mistakes… MojoPlanetPower.com PISCES (2.20-3.20) Now, you can start — in your mind. You’ve got…

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