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

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

To listen to the 12/3/2013 archived show (available 12/4/2013): http://www.blogtalkradio.com/metaphysicalmusingwithmark/2013/12/04/metaphysical-musing-with-mark-clairvoyant-intuitive-1

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2)  November Past Forecast: The following is a  list of news headlines (many courtesy of clickable links to the New York Times [nytimes.com], huffingtonpost.com, 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…Click on the “*” left and next to each article link title to go to the article).    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 11/5/2013 archived show (available 11/6/2013): http://www.blogtalkradio.com/metaphysicalmusingwithmark/2013/11/06/metaphysical-musing-with-mark-clairvoyant-intuitive-1

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Friday 11/1/2013 … UPTI: 93%  (see the November 5th show notes at: markpavlisin.wordpress.com/2013/11/05/metaphysical-musing-with-mark-radio-show-notes-for-tuesday-november-5th-2013/

Thursday 11/7/2013 … UPTI: 49%

Several sunspot regions are on the farside of the Sun and will begin rotating around the eastern limb in the next 24 hours and continue through the week and any solar activity CME (coronal mass ejections) will be Earth directed.

Struggle for Survival in Philippine City Shattered by Typhoon

By KEITH BRADSHER

Destroyed buildings lined every road of Tacloban, the city hit hardest by the typhoon, and many streets were still so clogged with debris that they were barely discernible. Typhoon Haiyan, which cut a destructive path across the Philippines on Friday, is believed by some climatologists to be the strongest storm to ever make landfall. Thousands are feared dead or missing.

De Blasio Is Elected New York City Mayor

By MICHAEL BARBARO and DAVID W. CHEN

The election of Bill de Blasio, the Democratic candidate, amounted to a forceful rejection of the hard-nosed, business-minded style of governance that reigned at City Hall for the past two decades.

Terry McAuliffe, Democrat, Is Elected Governor of Virginia in Tight Race

By TRIP GABRIEL

Terry McAuliffe, a longtime Democratic fund-raiser, won by two points after outraising Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II, the attorney general, nearly two to one.

Apologizing, Obama Yields to Criticism of Health Law

By MICHAEL D. SHEAR

President Obama offered his apologies to people who were forced off their health insurance plans by the Affordable Care Act despite “assurances from me.”

Sebelius Rejects Bipartisan Calls for Delay in Health Law

By ROBERT PEAR

Kathleen Sebelius, the secretary of health and human services, said that despite problems with the federal health insurance exchange, “people’s lives depend” on pressing ahead with the law.

U.S. Will Ease Sanctions if Iran Halts Nuclear Program, Official Says

By MICHAEL R. GORDON

An Obama administration official said that an Iranian agreement to halt nuclear activity, for six months perhaps, would buy time for negotiators to work out a more sweeping deal.

More Asteroid Strikes Are Likely, Scientists Say

By KENNETH CHANG

In new research, a team of scientists is suggesting that the Earth is vulnerable to asteroid strikes as often as every decade or two.

Twitter’s Market Valuation Suggests Wall St. Sees Huge Growth Potential

By PETER EAVIS

Investors are betting that Twitter will become wildly profitable as advertisers pay it increasing amounts of money to reach consumers who tweet.

China Wants Its Movies to Be Big in the U.S., Too

By MICHAEL CIEPLY

China’s ambitious new film entrepreneurs, dozens of whom gathered in California this week for industry events, want something that has largely eluded them: a homemade global hit

F.D.A. Ruling Would All but Eliminate Trans Fats

By SABRINA TAVERNISE

The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday proposed measures that would all but eliminate artificial trans fats, the artery clogging substance that is a major contributor to heart disease.

Senate Approves Ban on Antigay Bias in Workplace

By JEREMY W. PETERS

The Senate voted 64 to 32 in a bipartisan show of support that is rare for any social issue, though the bill’s prospects in the House are uncertain.

European Central Bank Cuts Main Rate

By JACK EWING

The E.C.B. moved to stimulate the economy with an unexpected reduction of its benchmark interest rate to 0.25 percent, a record low.

Billionaires Received U.S. Farm Subsidies, Report Finds

By RON NIXON

The federal government paid $11.3 million to 50 billionaires or businesses they own over a 17-year period, the Environmental Working Group says.

Rules to Require Equal Coverage for Mental Ills

By JACKIE CALMES and ROBERT PEAR

The regulations, which the White House sees as part of a push to curb gun violence, will require insurers to cover care for mental health and addiction just like physical illnesses.

F.D.A. Ruling Would All but Eliminate Trans Fats

By SABRINA TAVERNISE

The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday proposed measures that would all but eliminate artificial trans fats, the artery-clogging substance that is a major contributor to heart disease.

After a Break, Turkey’s Prime Minister Again Courts Controversy

By TIM ARANGO

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who had tempered his often divisive public comments after protests a few months ago, stirs anger by attacking a new target: coed dormitories.

Pakistani Taliban Pick Hard-Liner as Leader, Imperiling Proposed Peace Talks

By DECLAN WALSH

The Taliban’s governing council chose Mullah Fazlullah, best known for radio broadcasts in which he has called for public beatings and executions.

Cut in Food Stamps Forces Hard Choices on Poor

By KIM SEVERSON and WINNIE HU

With reduced benefits starting this month, many recipients are buying fewer groceries and planning visits to food pantries to tide them over.

Colorado Cities’ Rejection of Fracking Poses Political Test for Natural Gas Industry

By MICHAEL WINES

Anti-drilling measures approved in the state, which has long been a major oil and gas producer, reflect growing concerns about the effect on the environment, experts said.

Wednesday 11/13/2013 … UPTI: 80% …Friday 11/15/2013 … UPTI: 64%

Between Nov. 9-13th, five X-class flares released from the Sun, some of which were Earth directed. It generally takes between 48 and 72 hours for a solar event to hit Earth’s magnetic field. Nov. 17th, across the US Midwest 81 tornadoes sighted, 358 reports of damaging winds, 40 reports of large hail, six people dead in Illinois, hundreds of homes flattened and splintered. Since 1986, there have been 194 tornado warnings issued in the month of November in Illinois: More than half of them, 101, were issued Sunday, according to the Chicago Weather Center.

Scores of Tornadoes Slam Midwest States

By EMMA G. FITZSIMMONS

Severe storms moved through the Midwest on Sunday the 17th, destroying towns in Illinois and causing thousands of power failures across the region.

Militant Leader Is Killed in Pakistan

By DECLAN WALSH and IHSANULLAH TIPU MEHSUD

Nasiruddin Haqqani, the group’s main financier, was shot dead outside Islamabad in the latest setback for terrorist groups sheltering in Pakistan.

g Data’s Little Brother

By QUENTIN HARDY

Start-ups are gathering data and analyzing it much faster than was possible even a couple of years ago, aiming to project economic trends from seemingly unconnected information.

U.S. Reaches Preliminary Deal in American-US Airways Merger Lawsuit

By MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED and JAD MOUAWAD

The Justice Department reached agreement on its antitrust fight with American Airlines and US Airways over their proposed merger, according to a court document.

China’s Leaders Urge More Market Control of Economy

By CHRIS BUCKLEY

Chinese Communist Party leaders vowed on Tuesday to push through changes that will give market competition a “decisive role” in allocating resources, and announced the formation of a new committee to oversee national security.

Shale’s Effect on Oil Supply Is Not Expected to Last

By MATTHEW L. WALD

A report by the International Energy Agency predicts that so-called light tight oil will peak around 2020, then plateau.

Experts Reshape Treatment Guide For Cholesterol

By GINA KOLATA

The guidelines from the nation’s leading heart organizations will fundamentally reshape the use of cholesterol-lowering statin medicines now prescribed for a quarter of Americans over 40.

House Stalls Trade Pact Momentum

By ANNIE LOWREY

Nearly half of the members of the House of Representatives have signed letters signaling opposition to “fast track” authority for a trade pact with Pacific Rim nations.

In Europe, Thousands of Requests for Facebook Data

By JAMES KANTER

The company received 8,500 requests from the European Union affecting 10,000 user accounts during the first six months of this year, according to a Facebook director of policy.

Quebec’s Tea Party Moment

By MARTIN PATRIQUIN

By outlawing religious attire, Quebec’s legislature would present further hurdles to the province’s immigrants.

With Enrollment Slow, Some Democrats Back Change in Health Law

By ASHLEY PARKER and MICHAEL D. SHEAR

Congressional Democrats are increasingly expressing support for allowing Americans to retain the insurance coverage they are losing because of the Affordable Care Act.

Switzerland’s Proposal to Pay People for Being Alive

By ANNIE LOWREY

The simplest welfare program imaginable: an income for everyone, no strings attached.

Motorola to Offer Smartphone Aimed at Emerging Markets

By BRIAN X. CHEN

The company, now owned by Google, will begin selling a $180 smartphone called the Moto G in markets like Brazil, Chile and Peru, where the appeal of a low-cost device should be high.

Friday 11/22/2013 … UPTI: 54%

New findings from the Cosmic Ray Telescope for the Effects of Radiation (CRaTER) were published in the scientific journal Space Weather. As a result of Earth’s magnetic field weakening, and solar cycle 24 less active than cycle 23, the effects of charged particles have become a real concern.

Landmark Senate Vote Limits Filibusters

By JEREMY W. PETERS

The Senate voted on Thursday to eliminate the use of the filibuster against most presidential nominees, a move that will fundamentally alter the way the Senate functions.

A Move Years in the Making, With Lasting Ramifications

By CARL HULSE

A new willingness to alter the rules in the Senate will open a pipeline of stalled nominations and potentially alter the conservative makeup of a highly influential appeals court.

Karzai Says Security Pact With U.S. Should Be Signed Next Year

By AZAM AHMED

On a day a council of Afghan leaders had gathered to weigh the deal, President Hamid Karzai’s comments again threaten a long-term security agreement.

Panel Backs Yellen for Fed Chief to Set Up Full Senate Vote

By JONATHAN WEISMAN

Janet L. Yellen on Thursday moved closer toward becoming the first woman to lead the Federal Reserve Board when the Senate Banking Committee sent her nomination to the full Senate with a 14-8 vote.

Jury Finds Samsung Owes Nearly $290 Million in Apple Patent Trial

By BRIAN X. CHEN

The jury’s decision puts an end to one chapter in the long-running patent saga between the two tech companies.

Accord Reached With Iran to Halt Nuclear Program

By MICHAEL R. GORDON

The foreign policy chief of the European Union and Iranian officials announced a landmark accord that would temporarily freeze Tehran’s nuclear program and lay the foundation for a more sweeping deal.

Powerful Syrian Rebel Groups Merge Against Assad

By BEN HUBBARD and KARAM SHOUMALI

The new group, the Islamic Front, was announced in a video shown on Al Jazeera television on Friday and featured some of Syria’s most widely recognized rebel commanders.

Urbanites Flee China’s Smog for Blue Skies

By EDWARD WONG

China is undergoing a surprising reverse migration: As millions leave to find work in the cities, some well-educated urban dwellers are relocating to small towns.

N.S.A. Report Outlined Goals for More Power

By JAMES RISEN and LAURA POITRAS

The top-secret document described strategies to keep pace with rapidly changing technology and stay ahead of adversaries in intelligence collection.

Veteran Union Activist Fasts to Support Rights for Illegal Immigrants

By JULIA PRESTON

Eliseo Medina says he wants to “touch the heart” of Speaker John A. Boehner and make him act on immigration reform.

Sylvia Browne Dies at 77; Self-Proclaimed Psychic

By WILLIAM YARDLEY

Ms. Browne, who appeared on “Larry King Live” and other shows, said she could speak to the dead and claimed to have helped police find murder suspects and their victims.

Tuesday 11/26/2013 … UPTI: 45%

Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung Volcano with Indonesian authorities raised the alert status for one of the country’s most active volcanoes to the highest level Sunday after the mountain repeatedly sent hot clouds of gas down its slope following a series of eruptions.

The U.S. Geological Survey says a magnitude-7.0 earthquake has hit in the South Atlantic, southwest of the Falkland Islands.

The orbit of the comet ISON brings it through the solar system.

U.S. and Saudis in Growing Rift as Power Shifts

By ROBERT F. WORTH

The United States-Saudi relationship is still close, but their interests are not as aligned as they once were.

Militia in Benghazi Flees After Deadly Gun Battle

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK

The fighting followed the deaths of at least 43 people in Tripoli this month and came as rival factions flex their muscles ahead of a bid to elect a constitutional assembly.

New Clues May Change Buddha’s Date of Birth

By JOHN NOBLE WILFORD

At a temple in Nepal that contains a pillar documenting a homage at the Buddha’s birthplace, researchers determined that lower structures were erected as early as the sixth century B.C.

As Homeless Line Up for Food, Los Angeles Weighs Restrictions

By ADAM NAGOURNEY

A temperate climate, cuts in federal spending on the homeless and a court-ordered effort by California to shrink its prison population have contributed to a severe problem.

N.S.A. May Have Penetrated Internet Cable Links

By NICOLE PERLROTH and JOHN MARKOFF

Security experts say they believe that government spies hit the big Internet companies at a weak spot – the fiber-optic cables that connect their data centers.

New Campaign Rules Proposed for Tax-Exempt Nonprofits

By NICHOLAS CONFESSORE

The Obama administration’s proposals would curtail political activity by tax-exempt nonprofit groups, a significant change for one of the fastest-growing sources of campaign spending.

U.S. Flies B-52s Into China’s Expanded Air Defense Zone

By THOM SHANKER

Two long-range American bombers have conducted what Pentagon officials described as a routine training mission through international air space recently claimed by China.

Justices Take Companies’ Cases Challenging Contraception Rule

By ADAM LIPTAK

The Supreme Court agreed to hear cases on whether corporations may refuse to provide insurance coverage for birth control based on the religious beliefs.

In Major Document, Pope Francis Presents His Vision

By ELISABETTA POVOLEDO

In the pope’s first significant piece of written work, Francis called on Christians to create a more compassionate church that champions the poor.

Friday 11/29/2013 … UPTI: 28%

Online Health Law Sign-Up Is Delayed for Small Business

By ROBERT PEAR

The delay was expected in a provision that allows small businesses to go online and get insurance for their employees through the website of the federal marketplace.

Lack of Doctors May Worsen as Millions Join Medicaid Rolls

By ABBY GOODNOUGH

Under the new health care law, a wave of additional Americans will soon be covered by Medicaid, a program that has struggled with a shortage of doctors willing to accept its low reimbursement rates and red tape.

China Sends Jets Into ‘Air Defense’ Zone After Flights by Japan and South Korea

By MARTIN FACKLER

The Chinese jet fighters were sent in after Japan and South Korea defied demands by Beijing that it be notified of all traffic entering the zone.

Secret Weapon in Mall Battle: Parking Apps

By JACLYN TROP

Smartphone apps are one way malls and shopping districts are trying to make parking easier to lure customers away from their computers and back into the realm of brick-and-mortar stores.

Mixed Legacy for Departing Pakistani Army Chief

By DECLAN WALSH

As the taciturn Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani steps down, little has changed in the American-Pakistani relationship despite years of diplomatic effort.

Law Limiting Plastic Guns Set to Expire

By JEREMY W. PETERS and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT

As 3-D printing technology makes it possible to produce weapons that can avoid detection, police and members of Congress fear the consequences if the Undetectable Firearms Act is not renewed.

South Carolina Threatens Washington Over Cleanup

By MATTHEW L. WALD

The Energy Department began cleaning up the Savannah River nuclear weapons plant in 1996, and now says the work may not be finished until the 2040s.

Ukraine Backs Down

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Faced with Russia’s anger, President Yanukovich suspends trade talks with Europe.

Euro Zone Inflation Rises to 0.9% as Jobless Rate Dips to 12.1%

By JACK EWING

The data are unlikely to end the debate about whether the region remains at risk of deflation, but suggest the economy is slowly improving.

Monday 12/2/2013 … UPTI: 80%

As Oil Floods Plains Towns, Crime Pours In

By JACK HEALY

With the new prosperity, soaring crime rates have come to places in Montana and North Dakota, straining law enforcement resources and shattering the sense of safety.

North Korea Releases a Video of a U.S. Veteran Confessing to ‘Hostile Acts’

By JANE PERLEZ

The veteran, Merrill Newman, 85, who has been held since Oct. 26, read excerpts from the apology from several sheets of white paper.

That ‘Made in U.S.A.’ Premium

By STEPHANIE CLIFFORD

Retailers and manufacturers say consumers’ stated desire for clothing produced in the United States is often outweighed by a preference for the lower prices of foreign-made goods.

When Algorithms Grow Accustomed to Your Face

By ANNE EISENBERG

Companies are developing software to analyze our fleeting facial expressions and to get at the emotions behind them.

Shopping for a Girl? Consider Science and Engineering Toys

By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER

A small group of toymakers and others are trying to break gender stereotypes by making toys to get girls excited about science and engineering.

Congress Takes on Abusive Patent Suits

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

New measures should help reduce litigation, but more substantive reforms are needed.

A Commuter Train Accident in the Bronx Kills 4 and Injures Dozens

By JAMES BARRON and J. DAVID GOODMAN

More than 60 passengers were injured after several train cars went off the tracks near the Spuyten Duyvil station on Sunday morning in what was believed to be the deadliest train crash in New York City in more than two decades.

Thousands Demand Resignation of Ukraine Leader

By DAVID M. HERSZENHORN

The largest showing of fury in 11 days over President Viktor F. Yanukovich’s refusal to sign political and trade accords with the European Union came as signs of fissure emerged within the government.

China Launches Moon Rover Mission

By CHRIS BUCKLEY

If the mission succeeds, China will be the third country to achieve a “soft” landing on the moon, one that allows a craft to operate after descending.

Iran’s Hard-Liners Keep Their Criticism of Nuclear Pact to Themselves

By THOMAS ERDBRINK

Unwilling to risk a confrontation with the supreme leader, who has backed the deal, Iranian hard-liners are waiting for a misstep to unleash criticism and huge protests

Thai Protests Turn Volatile as at Least 3 Are Shot Dead

By THOMAS FULLER

At least three deaths, and the demonstrators’ increasingly provocative moves, raised fears that the unrest could spread to other parts of Bangkok.

Urban Schools Aim for Environmental Revolution

By MICHAEL WINES

Six big-city school systems are combining their purchasing power to persuade suppliers to sell healthier and more environment-friendly products, like compostable food trays, at low prices.

In New Jersey Pines, Trouble Arrives on Six Legs

By JUSTIN GILLIS

A beetle invasion of New Jersey’s Pinelands, said to be caused by global warming, has drawn little attention, and scientists say the state has been too slow in its response.

Comet, Thought Dead but Found Alive, Is Now Fading Away, Astronomers Say

By KENNETH CHANG

After surprising experts with its disappearance and subsequent reappearance last week, the Comet ISON is now thought to have met its demise.

In the East China Sea, a Far Bigger Test of Power Looms

By DAVID E. SANGER

In an era when the Obama administration has been focused on new forms of conflict, the dangerous contest suddenly erupting in the East China Sea seems almost a throwback to the Cold War.

Wage Strikes Planned at Fast-Food Outlets

By STEVEN GREENHOUSE

A growing movement of fast-food workers is seeking to press McDonald’s, Wendy’s and other restaurant chains to raise pay to $15 an hour.

Closing a Fear Gap So Children Can Achieve

By MICHAEL BRICK

Montserrat Garibay, a teacher, is hoping to shrink the stark achievement gap in schools disproportionately populated by the children of immigrants by addressing fears of deportation.

Amazon Floats the Notion of Delivery Drones

By DAVID STREITFELD

On “60 Minutes” Sunday night, Jeff Bezos of Amazon showed a video of a tiny helicopter seizing a package from a warehouse and airlifting it to a house.

As Hospital Prices Soar, a Single Stitch Tops $500

By ELISABETH ROSENTHAL

Hospital pricing is often convoluted, and hospital charges represent about a third of the total United States health care bill

Kurds’ Oil Deals With Turkey Raise Fears of Fissures in Iraq

By TIM ARANGO and CLIFFORD KRAUSS

Iraqi Kurds are selling oil and natural gas directly to Turkey, infuriating Washington, which fears a broader independence for Kurds in Iraq’s north.

Fates of Brooks and Coulson in Tabloid Hacking Case Are Diverging

By SARAH LYALL

Once friends, colleagues and lovers, Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson are on trial on charges of illegally intercepting voice messages at The News of the World, but she appears to be faring relatively better.

Amid Unrest, Ukrainian President Defends Choice on Accords

By DAVID M. HERSZENHORN

As thousands of protesters demanded his resignation, President Viktor F. Yanukovich seemed to brush aside the unrest and defended his refusal to sign agreements with the European Union.

Bishops Sued Over Policies on Abortion at Hospitals

By ERIK ECKHOLM

The American Civil Liberties Union, on behalf of a Michigan woman, is suing Catholic bishops, arguing that their anti-abortion guidelines to affiliated hospitals are leading to medical negligence.

New York Subpoenas Websites in an Effort to Curb Payday Lenders

By RACHEL ABRAMS and JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG

The move targeted 16 so-called lead generator websites, which sell reams of consumer data to payday lenders.

New Orleans Tables Are Ready

By SHAILA DEWAN

Eight years after Hurricane Katrina, the restaurant industry has become the backbone of the city, similar to what the financial industry is to Wall Street.

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