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Ernst Wilhelm
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Yes it may be people need to get them every six months. They had a vaccine in the 60s that ten-20 years later thousands were dying, and then they discovered it was directly from disease caused by the vaccine. Its really important to wait especially on a vaccine that was not tested as per the normal time and one that is already not even proving that effective. 

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@ernst agreed 👍

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Amit Bhat
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Good information about health 

https://youtu.be/sD36aLSKPSg

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Since this is an thread about omens originally, here you got two more:

So, this time is for to hide away on a quite, cheap place studying astrology, right? (No irony intended codybear; I know it´s cheaper in Thailand than in Canada...)

So yesterday during a huge crisis with my ex, all of a sudden life opened the opportunity to stay in a nice cottage on a hillside, cedars on the plot; Ganesha on a cloth in the bedroom (was there already when I came). (And "la virgencita de Guadalupe of course, after all it´s Mexico). Less than 200 USD a month.

And then... A few days ago I was thinking about squirrels: "I haven´t seen one for a long time, I wonder if there won´t be a squirrel message for me soon." And indeed, 15 minutes after having arrived at my new place: a squirrel hunted by a cat. It climbed a pole and hid in a tree... Cat... Equals jaguar I think; here in mayaland it equals feminine energy. "Here you are safe from the bad energy from your ex."

(To her defense: she´s nice and rather fair, but I have her Saturn on my Moon/Pluto combination, so any conflict becomes quite painful.)

And a Cards Of Truth-reflection: A typical 5 of Clubs experience.
-7H on the Mars card; emotional/relational breakdown cancelled in the very last moment. After this huge clash a couple of days ago we had lunch together earlier today.

- And 5 of Spades on the Jupiter Card: always threatened, most times safe...

Mattias

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@meyes Woah $200 what a deal! Sounds perfect!  

You were protected by the jaguar.

Your story reminds me of a time when I ate peyote and sat under a tree. As I was sitting there a racoon was slowly creeping towards me from another tree. Once he started to get too close to me, a crow cawed and swooped at him and drove it away. I love crows. They come to my patio and I feed them often, I seriously think they are one of the coolest animals. I feel happy whenever I see them.   

Pertaining to an ex: My ex hated crows, and they swooped at her as well, lol. 

As for recent events, I stumbled upon and picked some giant beautiful and glorious Amanita Muscarias growing not far from home, and then a bunch of Northern Flicker's flew right to my patio, chilling on my railings, which is quite a rare and spectacular site.

 

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@codydeboer Tomorrow is Ix Balam, the nahual (one of 20 energies) symbolizeded by the female jaguar. I´m off for a fire ceremony. Healing my feminine side. (Ix Balaam is all about the woman and mother Earth.) You realize something is not well balanced within you when you discover right hand grabbing your left wrist for to support the left hand praying with a tobacco. My right hand clearly don´t trust my left hand, not even to hold a tobacco.

I wonder what racoon energy is about? Did your mean ex make you wash yourself too often? 😆 

Flicker also have their day, or woodpecker. it´related to the brain, to the understanding. Mark the time. In northern native tradition they are very good for protection; a woodpecker is supposed to be able to land on the back of a hawk or any big bird and kill it by hammering it´s neck. So fans of woodpecker feathers are highly appriciated. I don´t know about flickers, but I´d consider it as a sign of protection maybe. But then flickers have this family behaviour... Might be about that too. Wonderful birds though, we have a similar species down here. Also hang out in groups.

Mattias

 

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@meyes Yup definitely sounds like some balancing is needed then! Enjoy the fire ceremony! I haven't been to a ceremony in a while, its powerful healing. 

Hmm I'm not sure, but I did have a fear instilled in me of their sharp claws. And yes, my Ex actually totally did do that. 

The Flickers are gorgeous, and protection feels perfect at this time! 

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I guess everyone’s situations are different and perhaps not everything can be looked at from a black and white perspective.

I agree with this. "Hiding out" is not actually feasible for everyone. For some people when there is a battle, one has to enter it- one way or another.

For me, I am abroad, my parents are in India.. so I took the vaccine in case there was some worst-case scenario which would need me to suddenly travel. 
 
Also I was irritated by my avoidance of it and the fear-mongering surrounding it. I don't like being a pansy! I also don't like making a habit out of these things- whether it is needing to take it or needing to reject it. In my case I'd say my fears were mostly absorbed from the outside. My own intuition says- if my immunity is decent enough, the vaccine shouldn't impact me too badly either. But that's just me 🙂 

I think a lot of problems occur with vaccines also because people think they can take yearly vaccines and continue to lead a crappy lifestyle. But vaccines don't equal health. 
Also for every research that says "vaccines caused all the bad things", there's also research that shows there is no direct link (like with autism, for example).  I mean, in a span of 20-40 years, it'd be pretty difficult to say one particular vaccine was responsible for all the problems, wouldn't it? At least, that sounds like a logical fallacy. But sometimes people like having some reason to point to to explain their difficult experiences, whether or not the reason is true. 

The thing I did differently was keeping a larger gap than advised between the two doses (40 days). One thing that bothers me about vaccines is that they don't seem to take into account differing immunity linked to sex. Females have better immunity, and that leads to higher amount of auto-immune diseases in them- so surely that has to be accounted for? But apparently not. 

I am not going to take the booster though. US FDA seems decent though, they showed they have a spine by not approving booster for everyone. 

As for my vaccine experience- 
I meditate regularly, so I just meditated my way through both shots. 

I had chills after the first shot, and mild fatigue after the second one. The worst symptom I had was actually soreness in the arm, especially after the first. 

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I have had both shots of the vaccine and have not felt the same level of energetic disturbance that I have had with flu shoots. In fact I didn't feel any disturbance with the vaccine except feeling a little lazy and relaxed the day after the 2nd dose. And it wasn't a dull de-vitalized feeling either.

Instead of mild flu-like symptoms after flu shots, I feel more agitated and disturbed and get mood swings. Each year that I get a flu shot the reaction is worse than before. I don't intend to get them anymore even to appease the people I'm living with. I think flu shots are mostly a crock and are not effective enough to be worth the risk and the disturbance they cause. At least for me.

But the covid vaccine, for some of us, may be a temporary, but necessary trade-off as they are considerably more effective with their goal (at least in the short term) than flu shots. And, after receiving it, it is my body's own intuition (and not any expertise on my part, so take it with a grain of salt) that the Covid vaccine is not nearly as disturbing as some of the common medications and "interventions" that many of us may have had and take for granted, but are considered "safe" now simply because they have been around for a long time.

I completely understand and respect the concern about long-term effects and lack of data in such a short period of time. For me it was just a choice of picking my battles and weighing the possible risks, without obsessing about the "principle" of it all and trying to compare it with everything else negative about the possibilities of government control and the current and past abuses of the pharma industry.

I think it is quite possible, but not certain, that a more honest effort was actually put into making these vaccines than is the case with many other options that have been more available and are being profited from on a regular basis.

I hope I am not wrong.

S.

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For me it was just a choice of picking my battles and weighing the possible risks, without obsessing about the "principle" of it all and trying to compare it with everything else negative about the possibilities of government control and the current and past abuses of the pharma industry.

Ya, I think that is probably the main struggle for me. If I don't agree with it, and I do it, its against principle. But... I am put in a situation where the decision to not do it is not easy at all.   

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Mattias
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@codydeboer If you put out a question to the universe in a truthful way I´m pretty sure the answer will manifest itself in one way or another. 

We have already mentioned the possibility of the flickers being about protection; can you relate that to the vaccine in some way?

You may ask the creator/yourself for dreams on the subject. One way of stimulating dreams I´ve been told, and I think it works, is to put a bay leaf under the pillow. Worth trying.

Mattias

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@meyes Ya man, that's a good call, it often works. 

And yes, I can definitely relate the flicker protection to the vaccine.

And I actually have literally been doing that with the Amanita mushroom lately with dreams, and got some good answers about other stuff, but I haven't consulted about the vaccine/travel stuff yet, so I will do that perhaps with a bay leaf as well in combination!! 

 

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