1) August Future Forecast: Metaphysical Musing with Mark Show astrological Uranus-Pluto Trigger Index (UPTI) for the upcoming month of August 2013:
To listen to the 8/06/2013 archived show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/metaphysicalmusingwithmark/2013/08/07/metaphysical-musing-with-mark-clairvoyant-intuitive
2) July Past Forecast: The following is a list of news headlines (many courtesy of clickable links to the New York Times [nytimes.com], huffingtonpost.com, beforeitsnew.coms, earthchangesmedia.com) updated real time as events occur plus or minus one day or so (+- 36 hours) of a Metaphysical Musing with Mark Show astrological proprietary Uranus-Pluto Trigger Index (UPTI) peak. The index percent strength follows each date with the apparent most important headlines highlighted in “bold” and/or with an “asterisk” (the number additional ” * ” indicate a more important headline). These trigger date news events may be as simple as a synchronicity, a beginning seed event, or a mature manifestation event. Please note that the UPTI index is a “work in progress” and is continually being revised to improve accuracy. Also, although a news event may seem trivial, many times a news event may be not only a seed event that may lead to a larger manifestation event later; but also a news event may be an an indication or manifestation of a strong emotional issue created by the mass consciousness for spiritual growth (e.g., healing, clearing, and/or frequency evolvement).
To listen to the 7/04/2013 archived show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/metaphysicalmusingwithmark/2013/07/05/metaphysical-musing-with-mark-clairvoyant-intuitive
Thursday 7/4/2013 … UPTI: 96%
Sun Unleashes Solar Fireworks Preview for July Fourth
Magnitude 6.1 Earthquake Hit 81km SSE of Panguna, Papua New Guinea
Strong Earthquake Hits western Indonesia
Heat Wave Persists in West as Flooding Threatens East
Brewing Cyclone Spotted Off Palawan
Floods Hit Northeast India, Washing Away Over 300 Villages
Tropical Storm Erick Approaches Mexico’s Pacific Coast, Strengthens
Freak Weather Across The States: Hail Storm In New Mexico To Oppressive Humidity In The North East
Boeing 777 Crash Lands, Spins, Burns At San Francisco Airport
Record Breaking Heat Wave Sweeps US
By JACKIE CALMES and ROBERT PEAR
The administration abruptly announced a delay in the mandate that larger employers cover their workers, postponing the effective date beyond next year’s midterm elections.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and BEN HUBBARD
With his political isolation deepening, President Mohamed Morsi of Egypt demanded late Tuesday that the military rescind its ultimatum against him.
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK, BEN HUBBARD and ALAN COWELL
Egypt’s military moved forcefully to seize power from President Mohamed Morsi on Wednesday, deploying tanks and troops in Cairo and moving to devise an interim government.
By SABRINA TAVERNISE
Prescription painkiller addiction, long seen as mainly a man’s problem, is rising at a far faster rate among women, a federal analysis of data found.
By RON NIXON
Although a number of factors contributed to the defeat of the bill, analysts said the vote also illustrated the shift in the American population and political power to more urban areas.
By WILLIAM NEUMAN and ALISON SMALE
Latin American leaders condemned the refusal to let Bolivia’s president fly over European nations over what Bolivian officials said were suspicions that Edward J. Snowden was on board.
By KATIE THOMAS
A rule expected from the Food and Drug Administration would allow generic drug makers to update safety labels, a step that could pave the way for the companies to be sued if their drugs harmed users.
By DECLAN WALSH and SALMAN MASOOD
The two sides reached a provisional agreement on the rescue package, which aims to bolster Pakistan’s flagging economy.
By PATRICIA LEIGH BROWN
Valley fever has been labeled “a silent epidemic,” with over 20,000 cases reported each year, but each case is different, and doctors have yet to find a cure.
By NICHOLAS KULISH
In recent clashes, at least 71 people were killed and more than 300 were wounded, the World Health Organization said Thursday.
By LAURIE GOODSTEIN
Starting with a bench in Florida, the group American Atheists intends to install 50 more secular totems near displays of the Ten Commandments nationwide.
By JACK EWING and JULIA WERDIGIER
Neither the European Central Bank nor the Bank of England had made such a move before. The bid to reassure investors brought them into closer alignment with the Federal Reserve.
By DAVID POGUE
Photoshop is now the biggest-name software that you can’t actually buy, as the new version costs $30 a month, or $240 a year.
By JENNA WORTHAM
Despite the popularity of listening to music on services like iTunes, Spotify and Pandora, radio suddenly becomes more appealing for its human element.
Friday 7/12/2013 … UPTI: 71% thru Sunday 7/14/2013 … UPTI: 71%
US Southwest Heatwave Set To Reach World Record Levels
Tropical Storm Dalila Forms in Pacific off Mexico
By ERIK ECKHOLM
As a new flash point in the abortion debate focuses on regulating clinics, Maryland’s stricter oversight, spurred by the troubled practice of one doctor, has won rare praise.
By JENNIFER MEDINA
A hunger strike over solitary confinement and other conditions that continued for a third day Wednesday could become the largest in state history.
By ANEMONA HARTOCOLLIS and MICHAELLE BOND
Through a patchwork of nurses’ offices and independent clinics at city schools, girls can get free emergency contraceptives in more than 50 high school buildings.
By JONATHAN WEISMAN and JEREMY W. PETERS
Senator Harry Reid suggested on Monday that Republicans had one way to avoid new curbs on the delaying tactic: give Democrats an up-or-down vote on seven executive branch nominations.
By CHARLIE SAVAGE
The new guidelines announced by Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. would make it harder for prosecutors to obtain calling records from telephone companies without giving news organizations notice.
By PETER BAKER
Janet Napolitano, who has overseen an expansive portfolio as President Obama’s secretary of homeland security, plans to become president of the University of California system.
By ELLEN BARRY and ANDREW ROTH
Edward J. Snowden met with representatives of human rights organizations at his temporary Moscow airport refuge on Friday and appealed for their help in seeking asylum status.
By JOHN SCHWARTZ
Gov. Rick Perry is expected to sign the bill, one of the strictest anti-abortion measures in the country. Democrats had previously blocked the measure with a filibuster that rallied abortion-rights supporters.
By BEN HUBBARD
The size of the protests underlined the large section of society that has rejected the military intervention that deposed President Mohamed Morsi.
By MATTHEW L. WALD
A fragmented system, with conflicting interests, poses hurdles for improvements that the past three presidents have called a priority.
By LIZETTE ALVAREZ and CARA BUCKLEY
A six-woman jury accepted self-defense as justification for the death of Trayvon Martin, 17, by George Zimmerman in a Florida shooting that ignited a national debate on racial profiling and civil rights.
By ERIK ECKHOLM
With requirements that may shut down most abortion clinics in Texas, advocates say women may turn to “abortion pills” without medical supervision.
By STEPHANIE CLIFFORD and QUENTIN HARDY
Using video surveillance, and signals from shoppers’ cellphones and apps, retailers are tracking customers’ behavior and moods.
Sunday 7/21/2013 … UPTI: 83%
Lightning Strikes Injure at Least 15 in 3 States
Strong 6.5 Quake Shakes New Zealand
Scorching Northeast Heat Wave Eases As Storms Blow Through
By MARK LANDLER and MICHAEL D. SHEAR
In his most extensive remarks on race since 2008, President Obama spoke in personal terms about the experience of being a black man in the United States.
By MICHAEL R. GORDON and JODI RUDOREN
Secretary of State John Kerry said Israel and the Palestinian Authority had agreed to join him in Washington in hopes of resuming formal talks for the first time since 2010.
By ANDREW E. KRAMER and FLOYD NORRIS
The plan aims at corporations only and, if widely adopted, would shift some of the global tax burden away from small businesses and individuals.
By MARTIN FACKLER
By securing control of both houses of parliament for up to three years, Sunday’s win offers Prime Minister Shinzo Abe the chance to be the most transformative leader in a decade.
By ELISABETH GOODRIDGE and ROBERT MACKEY
The British royal family announced that the Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to a son at 4:24 p.m. local time in London on Monday.
Saturday 7/27/2013 … UPTI:99%
Flash Floods Kill 21 People In Northwest China
Magnitude 6.2 Earthquake Hit 203km NE of Bristol Island, South Sandwich Islands
Tropical Storm Dorian Continues Moving West
Flood Alerts Issued As Tropical Storm Flossie Heads Toward Hawaii
By ADAM LIPTAK and CHARLIE SAVAGE
Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. indicated that the move is likely just the beginning of a federal effort to reimpose a safeguard against discrimination that was effectively gutted by the Supreme Court.
By CARLOTTA GALL
The killing of Mohamed Brahmi, leader of the People’s Party, incited protests blaming the moderate Islamic party that leads the government in Tunisia, birthplace of the Arab Spring.
By NATHANIEL POPPER and SOMINI SENGUPTA
The scheme ran from 2005 until last year and caused hundreds of millions of dollars in losses, prosecutors said.
By NATASHA SINGER
Some app developers and consumer advocates have agreed to test a voluntary code that would require participating developers to tell consumers whether their apps are collecting personal information.
By KAREEM FAHIM and ROBERT F. WORTH
Supporters and opponents of the deposed president, Mohamed Morsi, turned out across Egypt on Friday, with reports of violence in Alexandria.
By CHARLIE SAVAGE
As Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. has filled the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court with Republican appointees, critics have voiced concern about their deference to the government on spying.
By MICHAEL R. GORDON
The Iraqi prime minister, Nuri Kamal al-Maliki, told the Obama administration of Iran’s interest and offered to facilitate the discussions, Western officials said.
By THOMAS ERDBRINK
Hassan Rouhani is concerned about his country’s growing economic troubles and is determined to change policies that have cut off relations with most of the developed world.
By SABRINA TAVERNISE
If the rules are made final, they would shift the responsibility for ensuring that food is safe from the F.D.A. to companies like Walmart and Cargill.
By JACKIE CALMES and MICHAEL D. SHEAR
Widening income inequality and the weak recovery have undermined Americans’ belief in opportunity, President Obama said in an interview.
By KAREEM FAHIM and MAYY EL SHEIKH
The Egyptian authorities unleashed a ferocious attack on Islamist protesters, killing at least 72 people in the second mass killing of demonstrators in three weeks.
By CARLOTTA GALL
Demonstrators gathered for the funeral of Mohamed Brahmi in a show of force against the government, which many blame for the assassination.
By SULIMAN ALI ZWAY
Protesters attacked the offices of the Muslim Brotherhood of Libya and the liberal National Forces Alliance party, after demonstrations set off by killings turned violent, witnesses said.
By ISABEL KERSHNER
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel announced on Saturday that he had agreed to release the prisoners to pave the way for a resumption of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations in Washington.
By ERICA GOODE
The civil rights division of the Justice Department is looking into a wider area of local law enforcement actions, like the handling of sexual assault cases.
Thursday 8/1/2013 … UPTI: 80%
‘Massive’ Dust Storm To Temper Tropics – At Least For A Week
Gil Becomes Hurricane In Eastern Pacific
Yellowstone’s Steamboat Geyser Sees Rare Eruption
By CHARLIE SAVAGE
Pfc. Bradley Manning was convicted of multiple counts of violating the Espionage Act for leaking documents to the antisecrecy group WikiLeaks, but was found not guilty of the more serious charge of “aiding the enemy.”
By CHARLIE SAVAGE
The formerly classified papers outline a program that is collecting records of all domestic calls in the United States. Their release comes as top officials are testifying before the Senate.
By RON NIXON
A new report finds that a proposal would increase poverty and illness, resulting in billions of dollars in federal and state health care costs.
By MARK LANDLER and JACKIE CALMES
President Obama said Tuesday that he would support cutting corporate tax rates in return for a pledge from Republicans to invest in more programs to generate middle-class jobs.
By SOMINI SENGUPTA
The ruling is the first to address the constitutionality of warrantless searches of historical location data stored by cellphone service providers.
By NATHANIEL POPPER
Standard and Poor’s has been giving higher ratings than its big rivals to certain mortgage-backed securities, according to an analysis conducted for The Times.
By STEVEN GREENHOUSE
From New York to several Midwestern cities, thousands of fast-food workers have been holding one-day strikes during peak mealtimes, drawing attention to their demands for much higher wages.
By QUENTIN HARDY
An increasing focus on office collaboration is creating opportunities for software giants like Microsoft and Google and start-ups like Quip.
By STEVEN LEE MYERS and ANDREW E. KRAMER
The refugee status in Russia was the first formal support from another government for Edward J. Snowden, the former intelligence contractor wanted for leaking details of surveillance programs.
By BEN PROTESS, SUSANNE CRAIG and MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED
Fabrice Tourre, the former Goldman Sachs trader at the center of a toxic mortgage deal sold to investors on the eve of the financial crisis, was found liable on six of the seven civil charges against him.
By BEN PROTESS and PETER LATTMAN
The former trader, Richard S. Lee, was said to have told authorities of other incidents of insider trading by SAC Capital Advisors, the hedge fund run by Steven A. Cohen Richard S. Lee landed a job at SAC Capital Advisors despite a warning from his previous employer, and his cooperation in a federal inquiry was said to yield evidence of insider trading at the embattled fund.
By TRIP GABRIEL
Ariel Castro was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without possibility of parole, and 1,000 years.
By JONATHAN WEISMAN and JACKIE CALMES
The collapse of spending measures increased the prospects of a government shutdown in the fall and added new urgency to fiscal negotiations between the White House and a bloc of Senate Republicans.
By ADAM LIPTAK
Disclosures made possible by digital media, government surveillance and unorthodox publishers have unsettled understandings of mass media’s place in American democracy.
By MARK MAZZETTI
The alert warned American citizens abroad of the potential for terrorist attacks, particularly in the Middle East and North Africa.