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Metaphysical Musing with Mark Radio Show notes for Tuesday, September 3rd 2013

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1) September Future Forecast: Metaphysical Musing with Mark Show astrological Uranus-Pluto Trigger Index (UPTI) for the upcoming month of September 2013:

To listen to the 9/03/2013 archived show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/metaphysicalmusingwithmark/2013/09/04/metaphysical-musing-with-mark-clairvoyant-intuitive

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2)  August 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 8/06/2013 archived show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/metaphysicalmusingwithmark/2013/08/07/metaphysical-musing-with-mark-clairvoyant-intuitive

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Thursday 8/1/2013 … UPTI: 80% – covered in August’s show

Wednesday 8/7/2013 … UPTI: 99%

New Tropical Storm, Henriette, Forms in Pacific

Pakistan And Afghanistan Monsoon Floods Kill Dozens

Russian Volcano Spews Ash To An Altitude Of 3 Miles

Wind Storm Hits Bolivia

Amazon’s Founder to Buy The Washington Post

By CHRISTINE HAUGHNEY

Jeffrey P. Bezos will pay $250 million for the newspaper and some other businesses of The Washington Post Company.

Chicago Sees Pension Crisis Drawing Near

By MONICA DAVEY and MARY WILLIAMS WALSH

Beneath the signs of recovery is one of the most poorly funded pension systems in the nation, threatening to challenge the city’s finances for years to come.

Qaeda Leader’s Edict to Yemen Affiliate Is Said to Prompt Alert

By ERIC SCHMITT and MARK MAZZETTI

American officials said the decision to close nearly two dozen diplomatic missions and issue a global travel alert resulted from intercepted messages in which the leader of a Qaeda branch in Yemen was told to carry out an attack.

Yemen, on Alert for Terrorism, Claims It Foiled a Qaeda Plot

By NASSER ARRABYEE and ALAN COWELL

Yemeni security officials said that they had thwarted a plot to kidnap or kill foreigners working at an oil terminal, but the claim aroused skepticism among terrorism analysts.

Turkish Court Hands Down Prison Sentences in Coup Plot

By SEBNEM ARSU and TIM ARANGO

A local court sentenced dozens of defendants, including a former military chief of staff, to long prison terms for their role in plotting to overthrow Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Groundwork Laid, Growers Turn to Hemp in Colorado

By JACK HEALY

When voters legalized marijuana, they also laid a path for farmers to grow hemp, and Colorado agencies are working to create new rules to regulate cultivation.

Violent and Chaotic, Central African Republic Lurches Toward a Crisis

By ADAM NOSSITER

Humanitarian groups are warning of a looming disaster in the former French colony, where Seleka rebels have been looting, raping and killing, and coups have outnumbered fair elections.

Kremlin Critic Goes From Jail to Trail

By STEVEN LEE MYERS

Aleksei A. Navalny, who was freed pending an appeal of his embezzlement conviction, has returned to a quixotic campaign to challenge the political system established by President Vladimir V. Putin.

Obama Cancels Putin Meeting as Snowden Adds to Strains

By MICHAEL D. SHEAR

The move reflects frustration with the Russian government for refusing to send Edward J. Snowden to the United States to face charges of leaking national security secrets.

JPMorgan Reveals It Faces Civil and Criminal Inquiries

By JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG and BEN PROTESS

The bank is under investigation in Philadelphia and California and is accused of flouting federal laws with its sale of subprime mortgage securities.

N.S.A. Said to Search Content of Messages to and From U.S.

By CHARLIE SAVAGE

The National Security Agency is hunting for Americans’ messages that mention foreigners under surveillance, not just communications with the targeted individuals themselves, officials said.

 

Friday 8/9/2013 … UPTI: 72% thru Sunday 8/11/2013 … UPTI: 57%

Perseid meteor shower to light up night sky this weekend

Colombia Struck by Magnitude 6.7 Earthquake, No Damage Reported

6.0 Earthquake Jolted 112 km Nw of L’esperance Rock New Zealand

As Foreign Fighters Flood Syria, Fears of a New Extremist Haven

By ANNE BARNARD and ERIC SCHMITT

Extremists are carving out pockets of territory for Islamist militants, posing what intelligence officials say may become the greatest security threat in the world today.

‘Like’ This Article Online? Your Friends Will Probably Approve, Too, Scientists Say

By KENNETH CHANG

A positive nudge can set off a bandwagon of approval, researchers found, but negative reaction does not spur others to “dislike.”

President Moves to Ease Worries on Surveillance

By CHARLIE SAVAGE and MICHAEL D. SHEAR

President Obama sought to take control of the surveillance debate, releasing a legal justification for domestic spying and calling for more scrutiny of National Security Agency programs.

U.S. Said to Plan to Arrest Pair in Big Bank Loss

By BEN PROTESS and JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG

Government authorities plan to arrest two former employees suspected of masking the size of a multibillion-dollar trading loss.

In Cairo Camps, Protesters Dig in and Live On

By BEN HUBBARD

Two camps in Cairo set up by supporters of the ousted Egyptian president, Mohamed Morsi, have become the front lines in a dangerous stalemate with the military-installed government.

Zimbabwe Opposition Files Legal Challenge to Nullify Presidential Results

By LYDIA POLGREEN

The Movement for Democratic Change contends that the party of President Robert G. Mugabe rigged the election in order to claim a landslide victory.

Lawless Sinai Shows Risks Rising in Fractured Egypt

By ROBERT F. WORTH

In the five weeks since Egypt’s military ousted the Islamist president, Mohamed Morsi, the endemic violence here has spiraled into something like an insurgency

Car Bombings Kill Scores Across Iraq

By TIM ARANGO

As Iraqis on Saturday celebrated Id al-Fitr, the holiday that marks the end of Ramadan, a string of car bombs struck in mostly Shiite neighborhoods, killing more than 60 people, officials said.

Microsatellites: What Big Eyes They Have

By ANNE EISENBERG

By expanding Earth imaging, low-cost satellites could help many businesses keep track of their operations. But frequent updating of those images may also raise privacy questions.

Justice Dept. Seeks to Curtail Stiff Drug Sentences

By CHARLIE SAVAGE

Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. will announce new steps intended to curb soaring taxpayer spending on prisons and help correct what he regards as unfairness in the justice system.

New Israeli Housing Bids Raise Tensions Before Peace Talks

By ISABEL KERSHNER

A plan to build houses in contested East Jerusalem and West Bank settlements intensifies the already charged atmosphere, three days before the resumption of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.

New Israeli Housing Bids Raise Tensions Before Peace Talks

By ISABEL KERSHNER

A plan to build houses in contested East Jerusalem and West Bank settlements intensifies the already charged atmosphere, three days before the resumption of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.

Curfews Imposed in Indian-Held Kashmir

By GARDINER HARRIS

Indian forces and local authorities enforced the curfews after rioting on Friday left two civilians dead.

Florida Sit-In Against ‘Stand Your Ground’

By LIZETTE ALVAREZ

A group formed after the death of Trayvon Martin remained ensconced in the state’s Old Capitol building, demanding changes to the Stand Your Ground provision of Florida law

New Targets for Hackers: Your Car and Your House

By NICK BILTON

Hackers and security researchers are exploring vulnerabilities to break through the high-tech security of homes or cause car accidents.

 

Wednesday 8/14/2013 … UPTI: 63%

Remote Alaska Volcano Emits Lava Flow, Ash Plume

158,000 Evacuated In Southern China Due to typhoon’s arrival

Stop-and-Frisk Practice Violated Rights, Judge Rules

By JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN

The federal judge planned to designate a monitor for the New York Police Department after she found that police officers routinely stopped people without any objective reason to suspect them of wrongdoing.

Russia Steps Up Raids Against Migrants

By STEVEN LEE MYERS and ANDREW ROTH

The raids have reportedly ensnared nearly 1,500 foreigners, including detainees being held in a Moscow tent camp under conditions that Human Rights Watch called inhuman.

Two Powerful Signals of a Major Shift on Crime

By CHARLIE SAVAGE and ERICA GOODE

The announcement on mandatory minimum sentence laws and a ruling by a judge on stop-and-frisk practices were signals that the pendulum has swung away from tough-on-crime policies.

A Former Engine of the G.O.P., the Town Hall Meeting, Cools Down

By JEREMY W. PETERS

Though Republicans in recent years have harnessed the power of these open mic, face-the-music sessions, people from both parties say they are noticing a decline in the number of meetings

Clinton Calls for Action to Protect Voter Rights

By AMY CHOZICK

Hillary Rodham Clinton, speaking to the American Bar Association, condemned the recent Supreme Court ruling on the Voting Rights Act.

Elon Musk Unveils Plans for Hyperloop High-Speed Train

By NICK BILTON

The hypothetical project is called the Hyperloop, a high-speed train that would be able to take people to San Francisco from Los Angeles in 30 minutes. That’s a speed of almost 800 miles an hour.

Justice Dept. Files Antitrust Suit to Block Airline Merger

By JAD MOUAWAD

The complaint said the proposed deal between American Airlines and US Airways, which would create the nation’s biggest airline, would threaten competition and drive up ticket costs.

Egyptian Forces Move to Clear Out Pro-Morsi Sit-Ins in Cairo

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and ALAN COWELL

The Egyptian authorities on Wednesday used armored vehicles and fired tear gas to clear two camps in Cairo occupied by supporters of the ousted president, Mohamed Morsi.

Hundreds Die as Egyptian Forces Attack Islamist Protesters

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK

The scale and brutality of the attack on supporters of the ousted president, Mohamed Morsi, was the clearest sign yet that the old Egyptian police state was re-emerging in full force.

New York and U.S. Begin Investigations Into Bitcoins

By NATHANIEL POPPER

The Senate’s committee on homeland security and New York State’s top financial regulator, Benjamin M. Lawsky, are investigating gaps in the oversight of upstart virtual currencies like bitcoin.

Government Charges Two Former JPMorgan Chase Employees

By BEN PROTESS and JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG

Federal authorities announced criminal charges against Javier Martin-Artajo and Julien Grout, who are accused of disguising losses on a trade.

 

Saturday 8/17/2013 … UPTI: 68%

A powerful 6.8 earthquake shook major cities across New Zealand on Friday

Idaho Wildfire Forces Evacuations Near Sun Valley

Magnitude 6.1 Earthquake Hit Southwest Indian Ridge

Deadly Blast Rocks a Hezbollah Stronghold in Lebanon

By BEN HUBBARD and HWAIDA SAAD

The blast wounded hundreds of people in the southern suburbs of the Lebanese capital and might have been aimed at Hezbollah.

Easy Credit Dries Up, Choking Growth in China

By KEITH BRADSHER

Growth has slowed, causing an increase in defaults on unconventional loans, chronic overcapacity in many industries and other problems

India Seeks to Overhaul a Corporate World Rife With Fraud

By JEN SWANSON

Sweeping legislation in India aims at auditing reform, with stiffer penalties for fraud and more government oversight of businesses.

Blood and Chaos Prevail in Egypt, Testing Control

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK

Egypt erupted into chaos on Friday, raising doubts about the authorities’ capacity to maintain order, as opponents of the military takeover fought security forces and civilians in the street.

Master’s Degree Is New Frontier of Study Online

By TAMAR LEWIN

The master’s degree offered by the Georgia Institute of Technology through massive open online courses has the potential to disrupt higher education.

Sectarian Attacks Return With a Roar to Iraq, Rattling a Capital Already on Edge

By TIM ARANGO

The drastic surge in violence from car bombs and security sweeps has a lent a new sense of Balkanization to Baghdad

Prominent Advocate Held in Southern China

By CHRIS BUCKLEY

Yang Maodong, better known by his pen name, Guo Feixiong, is the second well-known member of China’s “rights defense” movement to be arrested in recent weeks.

Shipping Continued After Computer Inspection System Failed at Meat Plants

By RON NIXON

A new computer system for meatpacking and processing plants shut down for two days in August, leading to the shipment of millions of pounds of meat that had not been tested for contaminants.

Some Worry Over a Law to Increase DNA Testing

By BRANDI GRISSOM

A Texas law requiring DNA analysis of all biological evidence in death penalty cases could add to an existing backlog of test results, prosecutors say.

Trash Into Gas, Efficiently? An Army Test May Tell

By PAUL TULLIS

The United States Army will be the first to test a system by Sierra Energy to turn waste – whether banana peels, used syringes, old iPods, even raw sewage – into fuel.

An Inventor Wants One Less Wire to Worry About

By JACK HITT

In college, Meredith Perry wondered why wireless devices needed wires for recharging. That question has led to her work on a way to transmit electrical power via sound waves.

Monday 8/26/2013 … UPTI: 73% thru Wednesday 8/28/2013 … UPTI: 60%

California’s Rim Fire Swells To Nearly 180,000 Acres …Raging Yosemite Fire Spreads Fear, Frustration … Swallowing Everything In Its Path

Russia’s Far East Braces For Peak Of Floods, Builds 9-Meter-High Dams

Tropical Storm Ivo Moves West in Eastern Pacific

Tropical Storm Fernand Forms Off Mexico’s Coast

Volcanic ‘geyser’ erupts close to Rome airport

Floods, Landslides Triggered By Tropical Depression Fernand Kill 13 Across Mexico

Japan Sea Warning Issued For Tropical Storm Kong-Rey

Tropical Storm Toraji Threatens Japan With More Flooding

Strong Quake Hits Indonesia; No Tsunami Threat

A Proud Nation Ponders How to Halt Its Slow Decline

By STEVEN ERLANGER

Europe is talking about “the French question”: whether the country’s Socialist government can prevent it from slipping permanently into Europe’s second tier.

Where Sand Is Gold, the Reserves Are Running Dry

By LIZETTE ALVAREZ

Storms, tides and a rising sea level are swallowing up chunks of beach along Florida’s coastline, but there is almost no sand left offshore to replenish the beaches.

Risk at Coast From Fire at Yosemite

By MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ

A state of emergency was declared for San Francisco, because a fire at Yosemite threatened reservoirs and hydroelectric dams.

Court Is ‘One of Most Activist,’ Ginsburg Says, Vowing to Stay

By ADAM LIPTAK

Amid calls from some liberals that she step down in time for President Obama to name her successor, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said she was fully engaged in her work.

Ignoring Qualms, Some Republicans Nurture Dreams of Impeaching Obama

By JENNIFER STEINHAUER

While most Republicans are focusing on attacking the budget and the Affordable Care Act, a few are weighing impeachment proceedings against President Obama.

Confident Syria Used Chemicals, U.S. Mulls Action

By SCOTT SHANE and BEN HUBBARD

An Obama aide’s statement that Syria’s promise to allow United Nations inspectors access to the site of a possible chemical attack was “too late” appeared to move the United States closer to potential military action.

Surveillance Revelations Shake U.S.-German Ties

By ALISON SMALE

The issue is prompting not just a debate about privacy and data protection, but also demands from German officials that the Berlin-Washington security partnership be put on a new footing.

South Carolina City Takes Steps to Evict Homeless From Downtown

By ALAN BLINDER

Concerned that the presence of homeless people was hurting businesses during an economic revival, leaders in Columbia approved a plan giving the homeless three options: accept help at a shelter, go to jail or leave.

Making Choice to Halt at Door of Citizenship

By KIRK SEMPLE

Many green card holders have everything needed for citizenship except the desire – some don’t feel American; some dislike American policies; some don’t care.

Canadian Documents Suggest Shift on Pipeline

By IAN AUSTEN

Papers released to an environmental group say Canada’s government once viewed Keystone XL as important to oil sands development, in contrast to a United States assessment.

At Charter Schools, Short Careers by Choice

By MOTOKO RICH

Charter networks are developing what amounts to a youth movement in which teaching for two to five years is seen as acceptable, even desirable.

In Chicago, Campaign to Provide Safe Passage on Way to School

By MONICA DAVEY

With concern that children would have to traverse crime-ridden blocks after the closing of 47 schools, the city deployed about 1,200 workers to watch over them.

Treasury Prods Lawmakers on Raising Debt Ceiling

By ANNIE LOWREY

The Treasury Department said that the government would lose the ability to pay all its bills in mid-October if Congress failed to act.

How Surveillance Changes Behavior: A Restaurant Workers Case Study

By STEVE LOHR

A new study of employee monitoring software in restaurants suggests that when employees know they’re being watched, it can significantly alter behavior – and increase sales

Obama Weighs ‘Limited’ Strikes Against Syrian Forces

By THOM SHANKER, C. J. CHIVERS and MICHAEL R. GORDON

President Obama is exploring a range of military actions against Syria designed to “deter and degrade” the ability of President Bashar al-Assad’s regime to launch chemical weapons, officials said.

U.S. Facing Test on Data to Back Action on Syria

By MARK MAZZETTI and MARK LANDLER

The Obama administration says the information it will make public will show proof of a large-scale chemical attack by Syrian forces.

Spices’ Link to Food Ills Prompts Changes in Farming

By GARDINER HARRIS

Prompted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, India, a major producer of spices, is taking steps to change how they are grown and harvested.

Medicaid Expansion Battle in Michigan Ends in Passage

By MONICA DAVEY

Gov. Rick Snyder narrowly won the fight over making Medicaid available to more low-income people in a state where some Republicans did not want to seem to be backing the new health care law.

Boehner Sees Showdown Over Raising Debt Limit

By ASHLEY PARKER

Speaker John A. Boehner said he planned to use the need to raise the debt ceiling to demand “cuts and reforms,” but the White House says it will not negotiate over spending obligations.

Regulators Prepare Penalties for JPMorgan

By JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG and BEN PROTESS

Federal regulators are preparing separate enforcement actions and fines against JPMorgan Chase stemming from the way it collected overdue bills from consumers during the recession.

Former JPMorgan Employee Surrenders in Spain in ‘London Whale’ Case

By BEN PROTESS and RAPHAEL MINDER

Javier Martin-Artajo was released soon after his arrest on Tuesday morning, beginning what could be a lengthy extradition process over charges that he hid billions in trading losses.

Times Site Is Disrupted in Attack by Hackers

By CHRISTINE HAUGHNEY and NICOLE PERLROTH

The site was unavailable to readers Tuesday afternoon, the result of “a malicious external attack.”

Gun Bill in Missouri Would Test Limits in Nullifying U.S. Law

By JOHN SCHWARTZ

The Republican-controlled legislature is expected to enact a statute nullifying all federal gun laws in the state and making it a crime for federal agents to enforce them there.

 

Saturday 8/31/2013 … UPTI: 50%

Support Slipping, U.S. Defends Plan for Syria Attack

By MARK MAZZETTI and MICHAEL R. GORDON

Facing faltering support in foreign capitals and Congress, the Obama administration made an aggressive push to justify military intervention in Syria on the grounds that American credibility was at stake.

Obama Seeks Approval by Congress for Strike in Syria

By PETER BAKER and JONATHAN WEISMAN

President Obama abruptly changed course by asking lawmakers, who are not due to return to town for more than a week, to give him authorization before he launches a limited military strike against Syria

JPMorgan Hiring Put China’s Elite on an Easy Track

By JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG and BEN PROTESS

A hiring program intended to weed out nepotism in the bank’s China operations instead has led to a federal bribery investigation in the United States, interviews and a government document show.

U.S. Won’t Sue to Reverse States’ Legalization of Marijuana

By ASHLEY SOUTHALL and JACK HEALY

The Obama administration said it would monitor operations in 20 states to make sure they do not run afoul of several enforcement priorities.

Taylor Farms, Big Food Supplier, Grapples With Frequent Recalls

By STEPHANIE STROM

Taylor Farms, a giant supplier of produce and other food products, has conducted four recalls this year, a number that industry experts call high.

U.S. Soldiers Find Surprise on Returning to Afghan Valley: Peace

By AZAM AHMED

American soldiers who returned to the Pech Valley two years after leaving it were surprised to find the Afghan Army comfortably in control.

Signs of a Shift Among Egyptian Protesters to Antigovernment, From Pro-Morsi

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and KAREEM FAHIM

At protests on Friday, there was less talk of restoring the ousted president and more denunciation of tactics used against Muslim Brotherhood supporters.

Making the Safety Net More Visible in Philadelphia

By JON HURDLE

Philadelphia has initiated an effort called Shared Prosperity that offers “one-stop shopping” in local outreach centers to help poor people get all the assistance they need.

G.O.P. Senators Fail to Head Off Primary Challenges by Tea Party Rivals

By JENNIFER STEINHAUER

Despite careful efforts, some of the best-known and most influential Republicans in the Senate have attracted rivals who portray them as a central part of the problem in Washington.

Silver Lining in China’s Smog as It Puts Focus on Emissions

By CHRIS BUCKLEY

A plan would swiftly limit the carbon dioxide China produces from fossil fuels, which constitute over a quarter of the world’s total such emissions.

Facing Fire Over Challenge to Louisiana’s Oil Industry

By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON

A panel created after Hurricane Katrina as an apolitical force for flood control filed a lawsuit against nearly 100 oil and gas companies, arguing that they neglected to fix damage to wetlands

A Data Broker Offers a Peek Behind the Curtain

By NATASHA SINGER

The Acxiom Corporation is to open a Web site that will allow individual consumers to see some of the information that the company has collected about them.

 


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