By Robina Hearle on May 10, 2016
Read about Robina's ongoing project for peace. Her idea is to get as many people as possible putting bottles of flower essences on a map.
By Nicanor Perlas on Sep 17, 2015
Today, with the increasing dominance of global economic systems and a few superpowers, both supported by propaganda masquerading as mass media, a revolution can occur without the usual external appearance of a state takeover.
By Bill Herbst on Mar 14, 2012
My intention is to illuminate Occupy through the lens of astrology, primarily by giving it a context in time. What is the meaning and the role of the Occupy uprising in this most amazing of periods in our history, specifically over the decade to come? What does it represent in the overall scheme of what is unfolding and might come to pass?
By Bill Herbst on Jun 18, 2011
The Uranus-Pluto alignment that defines the 2010s is the most significant
of all decades where those configuations occurred — more than than the revolutionary 1780s and 1850s, more than the convulsive 1930s, more than the turbulent and world-changing 1960s! The ruling elites will be hard-pressed to maintain their power as social, governmental, and commercial institutions lose coherence and break down. So they've declared war on the rest of us!
Category: Global News
Tags: age of aquarius, astrological forecasts, crisis of human civilization, environmental crisis/solutions, geopolitics, global financial crisis, global news, grand cardinal cross, people power
By Palagummi Sainath on Aug 27, 2006
There were three 9/11s in history. New York 2001. The bloody Chilean coup of 1973, and the non-violent one of 1906 —Gandhiji's satyagraha in South Africa. Two brought bloodshed, destruction, misery, and chaos. But the Mahatma's WMD — Weapon of Mass Disobedience — helped change the world for the better.
By Nicanor Perlas on Mar 11, 2004
I am introducing the discourse of “spirit” back into social activism because the problems we face, dear friends, cannot be solved by the same kind of mind and heart that created these problems in the first place.
By Starhawk on Sep 21, 2003
The integration of magic and activism sometimes means bringing magic into an action -- doing a spiral dance in the midst of the tear gas of Quebec City, or in Grand Central station surrounded by riot cops. It might mean starting our strategic planning with a trance or a Tarot reading, or invoking Water as we work against the privatization of water resources.
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