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In the new edition of Planet Waves, now being distributed to our paying subscribers and members, I take up the astrology of the shooting of Michael Brown and the ensuing protests and riots in Ferguson. Planet Waves is the premier astrology magazine, published twice each week. It includes other astrology coverage as well as my weekly readings for your sign and rising sign.

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2 Responses to New edition on its way to our members and subscribers

  1. Len Wallick Len Wallick says:

    Thank you, Eric. Regardless of how you came to look at both sides of the meridian, it provides a very cogent parallax (which in turn offers depth perspective by definition). And as you point out, depth in perspective is necessary to find path toward a viable solution. Your implied sense that the national dialog at long last started may not continue is well-founded probability given the rapid cycling of news and the prevailing pattern of short attention spans. The discussion is not likely to die entirely, however. While the national media machine continually proffers some new grist with a short turnover period, local governments, local media, and the necessity of making daily live livable in our local communities will keep the issue of appropriate service by law enforcement alive. Also, the current US Attorney General seems very wiling to lay down the law to smaller political subdivisions as regards to the enforceable boundaries of local police action.

    Elizabeth: Thank you. Good point regarding the true priorities of he NRA.

  2. Elizabeth Michaud Elizabeth Michaud says:

    I just came across an interview with a local resident from Ferguson who said that the community’s reaction makes her believe “that there is a higher purpose to what is going on.”

    I’ve also seen a lot of ignorant comments on different websites, saying things like, “Well, he doesn’t look that innocent to me.”

    This is such a heavily loaded subject, and I do appreciate the historical perspective of the article. This quote below was in the Daily Beast, speculating on the NRA and Ferguson:

    The National Rifle Association often claims it is “America’s longest standing civil rights organization” but apparently these minor issues were more important than the murder of an unarmed teen by a policeman, and the subsequent attacks by a militarized force on unarmed Americans in a U.S. city. It is the exact nightmare the NRA has been predicting. And yet, the NRA professes no kinship for those being crushed beneath the jackboots. It seems the NRA is only worried about the civil rights of white people. – See more at:
    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/08/19/why-isn-t-the-nra-defending-ferguson-s-blacks.html#sthash.qDA54njN.dpuf

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