Planetary Illuminations for May 2018


The biggest single planetary event in May is the shift of Uranus from Aries into Taurus. I will be writing more about this 7-year cycle of Uranus changing signs, but I believe that this will have a powerful effect on the financial markets and economic systems. Taurus is the sign most closely associated with wealth and possessions, and Uranus creates disruptions

Sixteen of Nature’s Best Natural Pain Killers

careforyourbodyeraoflightMany pharmaceutical pain medications, while effective and useful at times, can be downright dangerous, but there is another solution to your pain problem. “Almost always, if we find pharmaceuticals doing the trick, we’ll find a plant doing the same trick—and doing it more safely,” remarks botanist James A. Duke, PhD, author of The Green Pharmacy Guide to Healing Foods.

Meet The Special Interests Keeping Marijuana Criminalized

cannabis leaf eraoflightIn this era of political polarization, when Americans seem to agree on absolutely nothing, let me reassure you. We overwhelmingly agree that cannabis should be legal.

1 in 5 Americans have (state) legal access, 1 in 2 have experimented with it, and more than 1 in 10 smoke regularly. Southern California yuppies are publicly winning prizes for

The Council: Pushing a Rope

council of mastersPushing a rope is an apt metaphor for what many of you are trying to do. Stopping a stream by holding your hands against it would be another. These would be impossible tasks, agreed?

Now imagine pulling the rope downhill. Imagine – this is one of your favorites – ‘going with the flow’ of the stream. Not only would that be easier, but at times you might need to step it up to keep up

Goldman Fined $110 Million For “Improperly” Rigging The FX Market

truthprevails eraoflightdotcomFirst Deutsche, then BNP, and now it’s Goldman’s turn to pay the Fed a token fee for making billions in manipulating the FX market from 2008 to 2013.

The Department of Financial Service announced on Tuesday that Goldman had agreed to pay the Federal Reserve $54.75 million, and an identical fine to the New York financial regulator, to settle claims