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Snake Oil Radio/Carpenters, Wizard of Oz and Neptune

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Jim Ventura

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Host Jim Ventura (professional Navigational consultant - Astrology, Numerology, Runes, Tarot, Animal cards etc...) is the author of two metaphysical books, YouTube videos, and frequent appearances of the ABC show The ListTV. He works w clients with many different types of sessions with one-on-one readings and classes and also does local in-office and phone and FaceTime seminars and classes on a wise range of metaphysical subjects. Snake Oil is Jim's blog column. Snake Oil radio is a grounded and spiritual forum of a wide range of metaphysical subjects with a primary focus on how everyone can learn to fine tune their unique intuitive abilities and skills. Todays show will be a live new column read and discussion. I will not be taking live calls during todays show.

Neptune in an Astrology Chart:

"Neptune is connected to our compassion, kindness, selflessness, and sacrifice. It rules the sign of Pisces too. The compassionate, spiritual, empathic part of us is beautiful, a bit angelic, and without it we would be dry and sterile if we only relied on our intellects. The search for our personal ideals, our kindness, devotion to a cause and lack of boundaries can at times lead to suffering...”
"YouTube now has quite a few videos with young people playing Carpenters songs. Many of them are hearing them for the very first time. The look of disbelief from young rappers to professional voice coaches is priceless. Stunned, moved to tears, and just simply blown away by pure talent. Her voice was nothing short of extraordinary. In a similar way most everyone who has watched the movie The Wizard of Oz is instantly captivated. Typical reactions move back and forth between elation, awe, to sadness, fear then and back again. They are both great examples of powerful collaborations that touch upon something deeper in all of us..."

 

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