Tarot Card: The WorldWritten by Universal Psychic Guild
The focus of this card is on...
World issues or world shaking events, encounters and gatherings, travel, change, risks and new opportunities, but also on restriction wall or blocks.
You will be disappointed in your inability to break free of restrictive influences that are blocking you from manifesting any of your goals. You want to liberate yourself from limitation and lack other people's problems, negative attitudes, and force confrontations.
You want to succeed in all areas of your life - your work, your dreams, everything - and you'll have an obsessive desire to liberate yourself from restraint.
You'll be wondering if you'll ever have relationship you want, because in your mind it seems that you never manager to achieve results you want. Your obsession or preoccupation with past is hindering you ability to see what is really going on, but no matter how caught up or bound you feel, you can still break free.
Positive LawWritten by Terry Dashner
Based upon Nietzsche’s foundation of atheism, utilitarianism of Bentham and Mill, and a Darwinian view of development of human life, legal scholars started to formulate new theories of law. Eventually, positive law became known as legal realism. Legal realism is ‘theory in philosophy of law or jurisprudence broadly characterized by claim that nature of law is better understood by observing what courts and citizens actually do than by analyzing stated legal rule and legal concepts. Legal realism in United States, in its contemporary form, is known as critical legal studies.’
This movement has recently given rise to postmodern legal theory. Advocates of this theory believe that law is created and interpreted in such a way as to benefit people in power and exclude poor and minorities. This legal theory has potential to elevate will of human legislators over will of masses. Let’s not leave out judges and their self-imposed sovereignty. Aren’t we seeing this kind of arrogance today? Item: Recently Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco, California, struck down ban on partial birth abortion—saying it invaded a woman’s right to privacy. Item: A municipal judge in New York threw out government’s case against mayor who disregarded state law and issued marriage licenses to gay couples. The judge said that he didn’t like law. (Keep in mind, though, judge was appointed by same mayor he let off hook.)