Login Events and Diary

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When I open my web browser or log in to my online accounts I observe that there is some strange activity going on. For example, it looks as if I log in from places I haven’t ever visited.

From now on, I will post these incidents in PUBLIC as evidence and as proof for whatever comes up my way in the near and distant future.

18th May 2019 Location: Peristerion
25th May 2019 Πειραιάς
26th Jul 2019   Aiantio
6th Sept 2019   Loutsa
5th Nov 2019   Gouria, Korinthia
6th Nov 2019   Pelasyia (Lamia, Fthiotida)
6th Nov 2019   Kallianoi, Stymfalia (Oreini Korinthia)
9th Nov 2019   Loutraki-Perachora, Peloponnese
10th Nov 2019 Derveni, Peloponnisos
14th Dec 2019 Zografou, Attiki
24th Dec 2019 Zografou, Attiki
25th Dec 2019 Romanos, Western Greece 3rd   Jan  2020 power blackout in the neighborhood from 5.30 pm to 9 pm — only 5 houses were affected 7th   Jan  2020  unsolicited phone call from No: 211-104-3894  at 13:57

Other Locations:
Βύρωνας
Κερατσίνι
Νίκαια
Πειραιάς
Καλαμάκι
Χαλκίδα
Νέα Αρτάκη
Ελευσίνα
Ταύρος
Σκαραμαγκάς
Περιστέρι
Αιάντιο
Λούτσα

Also:
Being blocked on facebook by
Geoffrey Pyatt
Jens Stoltenberg

So, it is obvious WHO are involved and under WHICH governments and that also they do have A PERSONAL vendetta going on here. You just don’t block random people whom you don’t know or have some kind of history with them. 😉  Only cowards with dastardly intent hide behind satellite /Telecom and Putin style GRU gestapo tactics to achieve dubious objectives.

P.S. There are even more strange incidents dating back from 2010 onwards when I started using the internet more heavily. Unfortunately I didn’t manage to dot down every single one event. So the need to keep a logging-in-diary came up.

YT comments

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Below I will present you some of the best YouTube comments that I have come across lately.

“Hyper Game Theory is a deadly game of ‘Eugenics’ based on the mathematical model known as the NON-COOPERATIVE GAMING THEOREM using two things:. DECEPTION & MANIPULATION.  ‘Hyper Game Theory’ is just a moniker to describe that model.  By ‘deadly’ I mean they need to walk you to your death: physical death, social death and psychological death. Their are only two ways to defeat the Hyper Game Theory: 1.  Refuse to play the game to begin with (Ignore Them). 2.  Place the opposing party in a position where they can no longer better their own position against you (Nash Equilibrium). Since you are dealing with a Conscious Supercomputer programmed with Hyper Game Theory algorithms and because the CIA/DIA teams have far more resources (time, money, manpower, etc.) than you do their is really no possiblity to use the NASH EQUILIBRIUM, meaning you cannot – for the most part – place the government in a position where it can no longer better it’s position against you. So the only way for Targeted Individuals to defeat the Hyper Game Theory tactics they use against you daily is to refuse to play the game to begin with (IGNORE THEM).  Don’t respond at all, either positively or negatively.  Totally ignore them.  DO NOT EXHIBIT ANY RESPONSE! In order for Trauma Based Mind Control to work they must force you to continually respond to their Street Theater (Situational Scenarios & Conversational Scenarios), meaning they must constantly employ specific tailored script sets against you, such as a group of people taking pictures of each other, arguing with each other, etc.  These abnormal and aberrational scenarios are crucial to force you into a set of responses to determine coherent patterns of thought. Do not try and constantly adjust and counter the chaos they engineer.  Just ignore them.  Get up from your desk and walk away from the computer, office etc., and come back later – much later, AFTER the conversation or situation (chaos, trauma, etc.)  they just used against you has been pushed out of your short term active memory.  Do and think something else, immediately, to push the Chaos and Trauma from your Active Memory and Thought Process. The Hyper Game Theory model of Deception and Manipulation employed against Mind Control victims is endless because there is always a HIGHER OPTIMUM to choose from.  So, because there is always a higher optimum to choose from there is always a NEXT MOVE to be made by the CIA DIA Hive Mind Teams, Surveillance Teams, Organized Stalkers, etc., and, specifically, the Conscious RNM [Supercomputer] System of Remote Neural Networks that is basing directed energy torture on that model (start torture…stop torture…start…stop…start..stop…etc.).  The process is endless. Hence, the game never ends because the system must constantly provoke you into sensory and neural responses to engineer patterns of multiple synaptic responses.  One response is not enough.  They need multiple responses of the same behavior, etc., to determine coherent patterns of thought (VERIFICATION).  Only then can those synaptic responses be integrated back into RNM data as the Conscious Supercomputer continues to build a cognitive model of your WILL, INTELLECT & EMOTION for training research and development. As such the Hyper Game process is endless and can be triggered at will by the attackers and many times you will only notice the remote neural attacks are happening if you learn to read Active Memory. In order for the Hyper Game Theory to work, meaning for the  CIA DIA Hive Mind Teams to make a next move, they must force the mind control victim to move or respond first.  The objective being to force the victim into an endless series of synaptic responses each day meaning to place the victim INTO and keep the victim INSIDE a PSYCHOTRONIC CONCENTRATION CAMP which is sort of a combination of the two movies ‘The Exorcist’ & ‘The Truman Show’.  This is why the victim is surrounded and boxed in constantly, for as soon as the victim is chosen for this technology, all available apartments, homes, hotel rooms, etc., next to and around the victim are sublet and the CIA/DIA Trauma Based Mind Control Hive Mind Teams, Surveillance Teams, Organized Stalkers, etc., move in and training research and development begins, culminating in the cold blooded murder or incapacitation of the victim once training research and development ends.  Dead Men Don’t Talk! What I mean is they trigger or engineer chaos torture and trauma in the victims daily life and daily activities and then wait for the victim to respond to that fabricated torture trauma and chaos which the victim must do to function and survive, thereby forcing the victim into an endless series of counter moves throughout the day just trying to function and survive inside a Psychotronic Concentration Camp because of the physical and psychological trauma and torture.  Each counter move is an evoked potential which can be remotely measured and integrated into RNM data.”

 “I believe the sub culprit is the private security sector with contracts through the UN and non disclosure orders in order to control the masses around the world in a long awaited 1 world order agenda. I have good reason to believe this”

“Targeted Individuals. Please listen to this important and valuable information: Go not to the police or American authorities seeking help with a story of what’s happening to you and your family, and especially not to medical professionals. You are asking for trouble. Take a brief one page summary of your complaint and go to the foreign media outlets which are hostile and indifferent to American Government (Russia Today, Al-Jazeera, etc.) and to the embassies and consulates of those same countries which hate the American Government (Russia, China, Ecuador, Serbia, Nicaragua, Bolivia, Iran, etc.). Have your complaint notarized before you arrive at those foreign media outlets and embassies/consulates and in the written body of that summary complaint ask for Humanitarian Protection and Asylum. You will probably not get it, but this is the best way to establish a public record (foreign hostile media) and legal record (foreign embassies of countries that dislike or hate American Shadow Government) of your case. Staff at entrance of consulate or Embassy may ask your business. Just tell them you are looking to travel to their country and say nothing else. You are not required to disclose your plans to Embassy Security. Once you hand your notarized complaint to Embassy Staff requesting Asylum and Humanitarian Protection that is a legal request under International Law. Do not accept it back from Embassy Staff if they try to get you to take it back. Just leave it with them. Although one should file a lawsuit in case any future damages might be awarded, it is important you should also realize that the American Shadow Government controls the main stream media and judicial system. You are wasting your time there and that’s what they want you to do, keep endlessly struggling and fighting to function and survive. It’s how their technology works. To force the victim into a never ending game of forced (synaptic) responses and forced adjustments (motivational impulses) which can be remotely measured and integrated back into RNM data. If you wish to file a complaint do so through those Organizations and Agencies beyond the long arm of the Americans, such as through the United Nations High Commission for Human Rights, Organization of American States, European Court of Human Rights, and so on. ”

UNHCR http://ask.un.org/faq/14425

OAS Inter-American Commission for Human Rights http://www.humanrights.is/en/human-rights-education-project/complaints-procedures-of-the-international-human-rights-supervisory-bodies/how-to-bring-a-complaint/inter-american-commission-on-human-rights-and-the-inter-american-court-of-human-rights

European Court of Human Rights https://www.humanrights.ch/en/standards/ce-bodies/ecthr/application-of-individual-complaints/

 “G* you have to write these letters to embassies and countries that are anti-israel, anti NATO anti USA, try to seek amnesty… Western countries are collaborating in this Crime, they are doing it all over the world… That is why Russia ,Venezuela, serbia,iran , india, have bad relations with the west and its for These reasons as well such as Remote neural monitoring. This has been part of the covert surveillance world wide done by the NSA USAF, project echelon, NATO ,israel ,saudi involvement and collaborations… The Human brain project located in switzerland. we are being non consensual expiriments in crimes and will never seek justice in our countries… But in the case of satelite technology, Every country has their own Airspace that others cannot enter.”

“Well done G*, you are great. Yes they move my arms and legs, and muscle twitching and yes forced speach has been done to me too, and a whole lot more besides. The thing is though that the whole thing just sounds too unbelievable to non victims, I cringe when I hear myself speaking about this to non victims as I know that they will dismiss it , the more the victim talks the crazier they sound , it really is the perfect crime, and these secret service people are getting away with it. The public are unsuspecting and unaware of the danger, they just don’t get it . Before we were victims we were just like YOU, we were recruited from your ranks. Wake up or YOU could be next. And even if you are never picked for this sick game , at the very least these people are reading your THOUGHTS behind your back with their technology, and as things are now there is nothing you can do about it. Also using AI (which has been used on be) they can monitor everyones thoughts, EVERYONE.”

 “Let’s hope these criminal torturers will be judged and executed in new Nuremberg trials as they deserve.”

“One Renee Ruth Akers, real or adopted daughter of an SS helferin Ruth Borgman and her claimed “Bormann” Organization/Nazi Underground compadres and/or her Weddell?/Smith or Wendell Smith “family members”, her hitwoman mentor Rosetta Crenshaw, her associate Sheila Alghieri the sex trafficker, her manhater associates at the “Vril” club, and the Marquis du Sade society her mother belonged to are possibly complicit in the “clockwork orange” style deeply sarcastic, sadistic and meglomaniacal targetting of our brains. A mobster named Guido Scardina and his mob that targeted the Catholic Church with faked sex stings would have probably contributed to the conception of this new atrocity. He threatened me with a similar attack as early as 1980. Renee Ruth was called by his underlings to assist him. The “program”, also called a “pogrom” by my gangstalkers, attacks victims of post-war Nazi experiments, Christians, good people, pacifists, and those who might be able to testify against torturers, Nazi SS and their families, and atrocity makers and mobsters worldwide, from what I can figure out. Thank you for adding to my knowledge base and best wishes to all good people being attacked world over. Remember, it is the best and gentlest and kindest people who are the fittest and should survive to represent the human race and solve our collective problems with love, not barbarian SS remnants and their sadistic minions and offspring who only destroy and torment us.”

ISAR: Code of Ethics (copy)

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Ethical Standards and Guidelines of the International Society for Astrological Research

(ISAR 2001)(*Revised 7/2003)


PREAMBLEThe International Society For Astrological Research (ISAR) is an educational and professional organization whose members are dedicated to the highest quality in astrology. Association members promote data accuracy, educational services, counseling standards, and ongoing research in astrology across a variety of disciplines.Astrologers work to develop a valid and reliable body of knowledge based on research, both quantitative and qualitative. They may apply that knowledge to human understanding in a variety of contexts: consultant, counselor, administrator, psychotherapist, and educator. These Ethical Standards and Guidelines have as their primary goal the welfare and protection of individuals and groups with whom astrologers work as well as the professional astrologer and the professional astrological community.Astrologers? moral standards and conduct are personal matters to the same degree as is true for any other person, except as astrologers’ conduct may compromise their professional responsibilities or reduce the public’s trust in astrology and astrologers. It is the individual responsibility of each astrologer to aspire to the highest possible standard of conduct.These Ethical Standards and Guidelines enable ISAR to clarify the nature of the ethical responsibilities held in common by its members. All members of ISAR adhere to the Ethical Standards and Guidelines, which serve as a basis for mediating ethical complaints.As there are several sub-disciplines in astrology, a comprehensive Ethical Standards and Guidelines must endeavor to cover a variety of different situations. What is ethically relevant to a Horary or Financial astrologer may not apply to a consulting astrologer whose client is struggling with a relationship problem. These guidelines, therefore, strive to recognize the specific ethical standards that apply in the different sub-disciplines of astrology. It also covers activities outside the field of consulting, such as interactions with the public, teaching, supervision, and research. We recognize that the development of standards is an ongoing process and that this code is a living document subject to revisions and updates as needed.Astrology has a variety of theoretical perspectives and a wide range of appropriate research methods. Astrologers should warrant their research conclusions consistent with the standards of their own theoretical and methodological perspectives. They should keep themselves well informed in both their own and competing paradigms where those are relevant to their research, and they should continually evaluate the criteria of adequacy by which research is judged.These Ethical Standards and Guidelines cannot expressly cover every conceivable situation that may occur. The absence of a specific standard or guideline against a particular kind of conduct does not mean that such conduct is ethical. Accordingly, while the specific wording of these standards is important, those utilizing or interpreting these Ethical Standards and Guidelines should always take the spirit and intent of the principles into consideration.Adherence to a dynamic set of ethical standards requires a personal commitment to a life-long effort to act ethically; to encourage ethical behavior by one’s colleagues; and to consult with others, as needed, concerning ethical problems.The primary intent of these Ethical Standards and Guidelines is to educate astrologers about the types of ethical practices that will improve client experiences, relationships among colleagues and the acceptance of our field. It is our expectation that these guidelines will inspire us to higher standards. If a member of our community falls short of our minimum standards, an ethics committee will work to mediate misunderstandings and disputes.


Section A: Professional Responsibility

A.1. DEFINITION

A professional astrologer provides astrological services as a source of livelihood or as a career. An astrologer is someone who offers a perspective or opinion based on a thorough analysis of astrological charts, including horoscopes for individuals, couples, organizations, pets and mundane events, and may use transits, progressions and other related methods in the process. Professional astrologers strive to use the most accurate birth data available.

A.2. FOUNDATIONAL STANDARDS

a. Responsibility to Learn Ethical Standards and Guidelines.Astrologers have a responsibility to read, understand, and follow the Ethical Standards and Guidelines. Ignorance of professional guidelines is not an acceptable defense against a charge of unethical conduct.b. Primary ResponsibilityThe prime directive that supersedes all other ethics is do no harm. Astrologers act at all times in the client’s best interest.c. Enhance Image of the ProfessionAstrologers behave in a manner that does not damage the status of the profession. They present an image of professionalism when representing astrology.

A.3. PERSONAL NEEDS AND VALUES

a. Personal NeedsAstrologers are aware of the intimacy and responsibilities inherent in the consulting relationship, maintain respect for clients, and avoid actions that seek to meet their personal needs at the expense of clients.b. Personal ValuesAstrologers recognize their own values, attitudes or beliefs, realize that we live in a diverse society, and avoid imposing their values on clients.

A.4. RESPECTING DIVERSITY

a. NondiscriminationAstrologers do not discriminate against clients, students, or supervisees in a manner that has a negative impact based on their age, color, culture, disability, ethnic group, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, or socioeconomic status, or for any other reason.b. Respecting DifferencesAstrologers will actively attempt to understand the diverse cultural backgrounds of the clients with whom they work. This includes, but is not limited to, learning how the astrologer?s own cultural/ethnic/racial identity impacts his/her values and beliefs about the consulting process.

A.5. PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE

a. Boundaries of CompetenceAstrologers practice only within the boundaries of their competence, based not only upon their formal education and training, but also upon their appropriate professional experience including teaching, research, consulting and publishing. Astrologers consistently strive to achieve excellence in their work.b. New Specialty Areas of PracticeAstrologers practice in specialty areas new to them only after appropriate education and training. While developing skills in new specialty areas, astrologers take steps to ensure the competence of their work.c. Continuing EducationAstrologers recognize the need for continuing education. This may include attending conferences, taking courses and studying astrological texts. Astrologers strive to maintain competence in the skills they use and are open to new procedures.d. Limitation or ImpairmentAstrologers refrain from rendering professional services when their physical, mental, or emotional problems are likely to harm a client or others. They are alert to signs of limitation or impairment, seek assistance for problems, and, if necessary, limit, suspend, or terminate their professional responsibilities.

A.6. ADVERTISING AND SOLICITING CLIENTS

a. DefinitionAdvertising entails, but is not limited to, all paid and unpaid statements in media, brochures, business cards, direct mail promotions, directory listings, resumes, and other printed matter. Advertising also includes statements made in oral presentations such as lectures and classes, as well as comments for use in electronic media such as television, radio, and the Internet.b. Accurate AdvertisingIt is unethical for astrologers to make false, fraudulent, misleading, or deceptive claims that are designed to induce the rendering of professional services. A statement may be misleading or deceptive if it fails to disclose material facts or is intended or is likely to create false or unjustified expectations of favorable results.c. Statements byOthers/MediaAstrologers make reasonable efforts to ensure that statements made by others/media about them or the profession of astrology is accurate.d. Products and Training AdvertisementsAstrologers who develop products related to their profession or conduct workshops or training events ensure that the advertisements concerning these products or events are accurate and disclose adequate information for consumers to make informed choices.Section A.6.e. Under discussion. See Addendum.e.Promoting to Those Servedf. Professional Association InvolvementAstrologers strive to actively participate in local, state, or national associations that foster the development and improvement of astrology.

A.7. CREDENTIALS

a. Credentials ClaimedAstrologers claim or imply only professional credentials possessed and are responsible for correcting any known misrepresentations of their credentials by others. Professional credentials include certification from a recognized astrology program, graduate degrees in astrology, philosophy, religion, counseling, psychology or closely related fields, government issued certifications or licenses, or any other credential that might indicate to the public specialized knowledge in a field related to their astrological work.b. Credential GuidelinesAstrologers follow the guidelines for use of credentials that have been established by the institutions that issue the credentials.Section A.7.c Under discussion. See Addendum.c. Doctoral Degrees from Other Fields

A.8. FEES AND BARTERING

a. Establishing FeesAstrologers clearly explain to clients, prior to entering the consultation, all financial arrangements and options related to the scheduled consultation.b. BarteringAstrologers may accept goods or services in return for astrological services, provided that the relationship is not exploitative and if the astrologer and the client make a clear agreement about their bartering arrangement.c. Referral FeesAstrologers do not accept referral fees because of potential conflict of interest.d. Pro Bono ServiceAstrologers strive to contribute to society by devoting a portion of their professional activity to services for which there is little or no financial return (pro bono).

A.9. PUBLIC RESPONSIBILITY

a. Charts of Public FiguresInterpretations of the charts of public figures are confined to areas that are considered public domain due to specific achievements or notoriety as revealed in interviews, published documents, or recorded observations. When interpreting charts of public figures, astrologers refrain from making slanderous comments.b. Mundane, Economic or Political PredictionsWhen interpreting charts that refer to large groups of people, whether financial, social, political, or geophysical, astrologers do not make dire predictions of imminent disaster that are likely to lead to unreasonable fears in the public. Negative predictions are tempered with disclaimers, such as (a) astrology is not an exact science, (b) astrological variables can manifest in differing events of similar meaning, and (c) astrology cannot predict with absolute certainty the outcome of future astronomical eventsc. Sexual HarassmentAstrologers do not engage in sexual harassment, which is defined as sexual solicitation, physical advances, or verbal or nonverbal conduct that is sexual in nature, that occurs in connection with professional activities or roles, and that either: (1) is unwelcome, (2) is offensive, or (3) is sufficiently severe or intense to be perceived as harassment to a reasonable person in the context. Sexual harassment can consist of a single intense or severe act or multiple persistent or pervasive acts.d. Media PresentationsWhen astrologers provide advice or comment by means of public lectures, demonstrations, radio or television programs, prerecorded tapes, printed articles, computer reports, mailed material, or other media, they take reasonable precautions to ensure that (1) the statements are based on appropriate professional astrological literature and practice; (2) the statements are otherwise consistent with ethical behavior; (3) they do not represent themselves as spokespersons for an organization without the proper authorization from that organization; and (4) the recipient of the information is not encouraged to infer that a professional counseling relationship has been established.e. Unreasonable ClaimsAstrologers do not exploit the anxieties and gullibility of the public by inducing people to purchase astrological services on the basis of unreasonable futuristic claims, such as the promise of love, happiness, or prosperity. Neither do astrologers induce people to purchase services on the premise of protecting them from negative future events that the astrologer claims to see.Section A.10 Under discussion. See Addendum.

A.10. SEXUAL INTIMACIES WITH CLIENTS

A.11. RESPONSIBILITY TO OTHER PROFESSIONALS

a. Different ApproachesAstrologers are respectful of approaches to professional astrology that differ from their own. Astrologers know and take into account the traditions and practices of other professional groups with whom they work.b. Personal Public StatementsWhen making personal statements in a public context, astrologers clarify that they are speaking from their personal perspective and that they are not speaking on behalf of all astrologers or the profession.c. Personal DisputesAstrologers should refrain from making statements, either orally or in writing, that might be construed as disparaging or undermining to another astrologer’s reputation or expertise. Any comments made by one astrologer that refer to another should first be clearly explained as a difference in ideas, preferred techniques, viewpoints, etc., and not as a personal attack on any individual. This same professional courtesy should be extended to the discussion of policies or practices of any astrological organization, both local and national.


Section B: Confidentiality

B.1. RIGHT TO PRIVACY

a. Respect for PrivacyAstrologers respect their client’s right to privacy and avoid unwarranted disclosures of confidential information.b. Multiple RelationshipsWhen an astrologer agrees to provide consulting services for someone at the request of a third party, the astrologer clarifies that confidentiality will be maintained with respect to both parties.c. Client WaiverThe client or their legally recognized representative may waive the right to privacy.d. ExceptionsThe general requirement that astrologers keep information confidential does not apply when disclosure is required to prevent clear and imminent danger to the client or others. Astrologers consult with other professionals, such as lawyers and state licensed medical professionals, when in doubt as to the validity of an exception.e. SupervisionIf work with a client will involve a continued review by a supervisor, the client will be informed of the supervisor’s existence. Astrologers obtain the client?s permission before presenting the case, and assure clients that names and other identifying information that is not essential to the supervisory process will be withheld.f. Group WorkIn group work, astrologers clearly define confidentiality and its parameters for the specific group being entered, explain its importance, and discuss the difficulties related to confidentiality involved in group work. The fact that confidentiality cannot be guaranteed is clearly communicated to group members.g. Minor ClientsWhen interpreting charts of individuals who are minors and who are unable to give voluntary, informed consent, parents or guardians may be included in the consulting process as appropriate.h. Confidentiality of RecordsAstrologers exercise due diligence regarding the safety and confidentiality of any records they create, maintain, or transfer whether the records are written, taped, computerized, or stored in any other medium.i. Permission to Record or ObserveAstrologers obtain permission from clients before electronically recording or having others observe a session. If a session is recorded, clients are informed of the purpose of the recording, e.g., if tapes are to be archived and/or sold commercially. If recorded sessions are later to be put to any other purpose, specific permission is first obtained from those clients.

B.2. THIRD PARTY HOROSCOPES

a. Interpretation of a Third Party’s HoroscopeIf a client wants an astrologer to extensively interpret the chart of an adult third party (that is, the focus of session will not be about the client’s specific relationship to that third party), the astrologer requires the client to obtain the third party’s permission.b. Failure to Obtain PermissionIf the primary client does not obtain permission from the third party, astrologers may use the third party’s birth data to better understand the client’s relationship with this third party, but avoid direct interpretation of third party horoscopes to the client.c. Synastry, Composite and Davison ChartsFor purposes of Synastry, Composite or Davison relationship charts, astrologers may utilize the birth data of third parties without their permission. However, astrologers avoid direct interpretation of third party horoscopes to the client.

B.3. RESEARCH AND TRAINING

a. Data DisguiseUse of data derived from counseling relationships for purposes of training, research, or publication is disguised to ensure the anonymity of the individuals involved. Such disguises may include, but are not limited to, false names, gender, race, career, and other indicators that can be altered without losing the essential significance of the data.b. Agreement for IdentificationIdentification of a client in a presentation or publication is permissible only when the client has reviewed the material and has agreed to its presentation or publication.


Section D: Consulting Astrology

D.1. DEFINITION

An astrological consultant is one whose services include discussion of an astrological chart in order to (1) help individuals recognize their strengths and talents, (2) provide insight into life issues, (3) elucidate patterns of growth and development, (4) confirm self-knowledge, (5) suggest the life purpose, (6) reveal periods of challenge and opportunity, (7) explore the meaning of a particular experience or phase of life, or (8) provide guidance as to timing or decisions with regard to a particular course of action.

D.2. COMPETENCE IN CONSULTING

Section D.2.a. Under discussion. See Addendum.Boundaries of Competence

D.3. DISCLOSURE TO CLIENTS

a. Fees and AppointmentsWhen making appointments, astrologers clearly inform clients of the fee, duration, and locale of the session.b. Nature of ServicesWhen a consultation is initiated, astrologers ascertain the needs and goals of the client and inform the client of purposes, goals, procedures, benefits and limitations of services.c. Non-Astrological Techniques & PracticesAstrologers who use other techniques in their practices (such as Tarot, Numerology, or psychic abilities) distinguish these sources of information from astrological sources and techniques.d. Accurate InformationAstrologers are mindful of the limitations of predictive accuracy and avoid the use of universal qualifiers such as every, always, never, for certain, any, no one, or other such blanket statements that imply definite, concrete outcomes. Clients are informed that it is impossible for astrology to be absolutely certain about personality profiles or future events.e. Use of Indeterminate QualifiersAstrologers are encouraged to utilize terms that are non-absolute and non-fatalistic, such as may, could, might, perhaps, and possibly, when rendering a personality profile or a forecast of future events, with efforts to ground these statements whenever possible in research studies. Special efforts are made to avoid unwarranted certainty and dogmatic interpretations of chart variables.f. Chart Meanings VaryAstrologers ensure that clients understand that meanings of chart variables are multidimensional, operate on a continuum, and that the client?s expression of his/her chart reflects his/her level of maturity and degree of self-actualization.g. Reincarnational AstrologyAstrologers who interpret chart symbolism in terms of karma and reincarnation convey respect for their clients’ right to choose other ways of looking at life. Faced with a client who is uncomfortable with reincarnation, the astrologer does not criticize or proselytize. He or she either disqualifies himself or herself from working with that client, or presents alternative perspectives, such as genetic patterning or family mythology.When using reincarnational imagery, astrologers emphasize to their clients that this kind of information operates in accord with the same principles that underlie the rest of ethical astrological practice, i.e., the symbols are not literal or one-dimensional; they are subject to multiple interpretations, and that the astrologer is attempting to invoke an understanding of psychological dynamics rather than concrete biographical facts from prior lifetimes. Astrologers acknowledge that prior-life information is, in and of itself, a matter of personal belief and thereforedifficult to evaluate directly. They encourage their clients to test the reincarnational information by the same standard they would use to test any other form of astrological counsel:  an independent consideration of its relevance to the circumstances of the present life. Always, astrologers practicing this kind of astrology strive to be sensitive to its unique risks in terms of creating destructive guilt or ego inflation in the client.

D.4. CLIENT WELFARE

a. Positive Growth and DevelopmentAstrologers encourage client growth and development in ways that foster the clients’ autonomy, interest, and welfare. Astrologers avoid fostering dependent relationships.b. Promoting IndependenceAstrologers do not tell clients what they should do with respect to choices in relationships, career, relocations, sex, finances, or any other matter. While the astrologer may clarify matters as revealed in the chart, provide insight into the nature of conflicts, empathize with the client?s dilemma, or recommend a course of action, the astrologer respects and supports the client’s capacity for decision-making.

D.5. PREDICTIVE WORK

a. Continuum of MeaningsThe astrologer provides a reasonable range of meanings and assures the client that actual event outcomes may vary along a continuum of possibilities.b. Claims of InfallibilityNo astrologer will claim to be infallible in the prediction of particular events.c. Dire WarningsAstrologers do not make predictions that are likely to lead to unreasonable fears in the client. Predictions are not made of calamitous events such as divorce, accidents, illness, death, financial ruin, or other negative outcomes without balancing the interpretation with more positive, alternative and equally probable meanings. Efforts are made to assure the client that while some periods may be more challenging than others, and may or may not entail negative outcomes, difficulties can be conducive of psychological growth and development.Section D.6. Under discussion. See Addendum

D.6. CLIENTS SERVED BY OTHERS

D.7. MULTIPLE CLIENTS

When astrologers agree to separately consult with two or more persons who have a relationship, astrologers use their discretion and ensure confidentiality. If it becomes apparent that astrologers may be called upon to perform potentially conflicting roles, they clarify, adjust, or withdraw from roles appropriately.

D.8. REFERRAL

a. Referrals to Other AstrologersWhen astrological issues arise that are beyond the scope of the astrologer’s training and practice, e.g., a medical, financial, relocation, or horary question, the astrologer refers clients to other professionals who are trained in such matters.b. Referrals to Non-astrological ProfessionalsIf astrologers are unable to be of professional assistance to clients, they avoid entering or immediately terminate a consulting relationship. Astrologers are knowledgeable about referral resources and suggest appropriate alternatives, such as a licensed psychotherapist, psychiatrist, medical doctor, or 12-step program.


Section F: Research and Publication

Astrology research covers the gamut from casual studies and anecdotal evidence to replicated statistical research. The essence of ethics in astrology research is the fair and accurate reporting of results. There are some special issues involved in astrological research, but on the whole the standard rules of good scientific research apply.

F.1. REPORTING RESULTS

a. Information Affecting OutcomeWhen reporting research results, researchers explicitly mention all variables and conditions known to the investigator that may have affected the outcome of the study or the interpretation of data.b. Data Source DesignationResearchers are required to report the source of their data ? both who collected it and where the birth time for each birth record originated. The designation of who collected the data is properly called a citation e.g. “from the Rodden”. The designation of the origin of the birth data is properly called “the data source.” Researchers are required to use a source rating system similar to the Rodden rating system to determine the reliability of the data.c. Accurate ResultsResearchers plan, conduct, and report research accurately and in a manner that minimizes the possibility that results will be misleading. They provide thorough discussions of the limitations of their data and offer alternative hypotheses. Researchers do not engage in fraudulent research, distort data, or deliberately bias their results.d. Obligation to Report Unfavorable ResultsResearchers communicate to other astrologers the results of any research judged to be of professional value. Good science requires that you report your results whether you got the answer you expected or not. Both positive and negative results help build the body of knowledge in a field. Results that reflect unfavorably on institutions, programs, services, prevailing opinions, or vested interests are not withheld.e. Identity of SubjectsResearchers engaged in a research project take due care to disguise the identity of respective subjects in the absence of specific written authorization from the subjects to do otherwise. Research information about public figures, derived from public domain, does not have to be disguised.f. Replication StudiesResearchers are obligated to make available sufficient original research data to qualified professionals who may wish to replicate the study or do a meta-study. Secondary researchers should respect and maintain the anonymity established by primary researchers.g. Statistical analysisResearchers refrain from making definitive statements about the abundance or lack of astrological factors in a sample unless they have built a proper control group. There are many surprising astronomical irregularities (like Mars is four times more likely to conjunct the Sun than oppose it) that could easily result in false astrological conclusions if results are not compared to a control group. When discussing the results of informal research, researchers use qualifying words such as, may, could, appears to, suggests or seems to.Researchers recognize the difference between statistical significance and predictive significance when analyzing and discussing the results of astrological studies. Statistical significance can come from a small difference in the sample, which isn’t useful in making predictions about individuals.

F.2. PUBLICATION

a. Intellectual PropertyThe data and results of a research study are the intellectual property of the researchers who designed and conducted the study, unless specific contractual arrangements have been made with respect to either or both the data and results. For intellectual honesty, all funding sources and restrictions should be mentioned in the research report.b. Recognition of OthersWhen conducting and reporting research, or when presenting a theory, researchers are familiar with and give recognition to previous work on the topic, observe copyright laws, and give full credit to those to whom credit is due. Specifically:If you got an idea from someone else, acknowledge the source of the idea.If you quote someone, quote them accurately and don’t quote fragments out of context in a way that distorts the meaning of the source text.If you did not do all the work on a project yourself, make sure everyone who contributed is properly credited in the final report about the work.c. Duplicate SubmissionAstrologers submit manuscripts or articles for consideration to only one journal/magazine at a time, unless the publisher is informed. Manuscripts or articles that are published in whole or in substantial part in another journal/magazine are not submitted for publication without acknowledgment and permission from the previous publication.d. Professional ReviewAstrologers who review material submitted for publication, research, or other scholarly purposes respect the confidentiality and proprietary rights of those who submitted it. The work should not be discussed until published unless one is given explicit permission otherwise. Evaluation of the work should be based entirely on the content of the research, not on the researcher’s school of astrology. Criticisms should be made respectfully and concretely.e. Software ProgramsAstrologers do not knowingly replicate codes or programs from other astrological software publishers.


Section G: Financial Astrology

G.1. DEFINITION

Astrologers, who, for profit or compensation, utilize astrology, to advise or present an opinion on stocks, bonds, mutual funds, commodity futures contracts, or options are financial astrologers. Additionally this category would include Astrologers who present an opinion on any matters pertaining to financial planning and portfolio structuring or re-structuring.a. Proper CredentialsFinancial astrologers demonstrate an understanding, knowledge and proficiency of market movements through extended personal study, and through the correct use of astrological software specifically designed for this purpose. Financial astrologers who, directly or indirectly, make recommendations as to the value or advisability of buying or selling stocks, bonds, futures contracts, or commodity or stock options, or who make recommendations on the advisability of investing or trading in any other financial vehicles, are required to register with the appropriate regulatory agencies as required by law in their country of residence.In the United States, for example, one must be registered as a Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) in order to give specific advice, for compensation, on buying or selling (i.e. trading) commodity futures contracts or options. Or one must be registered as an Investment Advisor with the Security Exchange Commission (SEC) if giving specific advice, for compensation, on buying or selling specific stocks. Likewise, one must be registered with other appropriate agencies to give advice, for compensation, on financial planning or portfolio structuring, in the United States. It is up to the Financial Astrologer to know and to abide by those laws pertaining to his/her country of residence on these matters.b. ExamsFinancial Astrologers who give specific investment and/or trading recommendations in any financial markets must take and pass all regulatory exams that pertain to giving investment and trading advice from appropriate regulatory agencies as required by law in one’s country of residence.c. Opinions versus RecommendationsThe financial astrologer who is not licensed by the proper securities regulatory agencies of his/her country must be very clear in stating that the advice given is an opinion only, and not a recommendation, to buy or sell a particular financial instrument being discussed.


G.2. ADVERTISING

a. Factually True StatementsAll statements made by financial astrologers in promotional material are factually true. Astrologers are able to document all claims and do not utilize promotional material that is likely to deceive or mislead the reader. Likewise, financial astrologers do not omit facts if the omission would make the promotional material deceptive or misleading.b. Profit and LossAn equally prominent statement of the risk of loss must accompany statements of the possibility of profit.c. Hypothetical ResultsAny reference to hypothetical results that could have been achieved in the past by employing some particular trading system (e.g. an astrological software program) must be accompanied by a disclaimer that any past hypothetical results are no guarantee of future performance.d. Actual PerformanceStatements about past performance must be accurately portrayed.e. Opinion StatementsStatements of opinion must be identified as such, and must have a reasonable basis in fact. For example, Financial Astrologers cannot claim that, “your investments will earn at a minimum annual rate of 20%.” Any such concrete claims made must be documented with empirical evidence. However, quotes by others regarding the Financial Astrologer that include such positive statements, are permissible to use in advertising, providing these statements are actual, were unsolicited by the Financial Astrologer and permission in writing to use such quotes was obtained.f. Truth in AdvertisingFinancial astrologers do not make inflated claims when advertising their services or software. Claims of having “the best software program” or that one is “the best financial astrologer” are in violation of United States Federal regulations, and may violate regulations of other countries as well. Such statements cannot be objectively substantiated and should therefore be avoided.

G.3. GIVING FINANCIAL ADVICE

a. Using Absolute TeminologyFinancial astrologers do not make astrological forecasts about future market performance involving absolute and inevitable terms, such as every, always, never, for certain, any, no one, or other such blanket statements that imply definite, concrete outcomes. Clients are informed that it is impossible for astrology to be absolute about future events, such as what the market will do on any given date or time period. Accordingly, financial astrologers utilize terms that are open-ended and non-absolute, such as may, could, might, perhaps, and possibly, with efforts to ground these statements whenever possible in research studies.b. Scope of PracticeFinancial astrologers represent themselves accurately in terms of their qualifications and training in financial matters. If they lack the appropriate training or qualifications, they refer their clients to someone who does have the experience.

G. 4. CLIENT SUITABILITY

Financial Astrologers do not give specific investment or trading advice to a client without taking into account the client’s suitability for making such investments or trades. The client’s astrological chart, age, investment experience, trading experience, financial goals and objectives, annual income, net worth, and available investment funds must all be considered before imparting any specific trade or investment advice on an individual basis. All relevant factors considered in making specific recommendations are disclosed to clients.


Section H: Business Astrology

H.1. DEFINITION

Astrologers who advise businesses in matters of hiring, personnel, administration, expansion, downsizing, financial planning, cycles of earning, incorporation dates, trade dates, starting dates, and other important dates are business astrologers.

H.2. ADVERTISING

a. Factually True StatementsAll statements made by business astrologers in promotional material are factually true and can or have been documented.b. Inflated ClaimsBusiness astrologers do not make unreasonable or inflated claims as to how their services can increase company profits.

H.3. GIVING BUSINESS ADVICE

a. Scope of PracticeBusiness astrologers represent themselves accurately in terms of their qualifications and training in business matters. They do not present themselves as experts or authorities in areas where they lack the appropriate training and qualifications.b. Nature of ServicesWhen a business consultation is initiated, astrologers inform clients of the purposes, goals, techniques, procedures, limitations, potential risks and benefits of services to be performed.It is the responsibility of the astrologer to inform the company of the necessity of accurate data in order to give an accurate opinion.c. Profit and LossWhen advising businesses in matters that may affect company profits, an equally prominent statement of the risk of loss must accompany any statements of the possibility of profit.d. Personnel DecisionsIn working with the charts of employees for purposes of personnel decisions, business astrologers require the employer to get accurate birth data and written permission from employees. Employers are advised that employees may perceive requests for birth data as coercive; thus, employers should inform employees that (1) disclosure of birth data is voluntary, and (2) what their intention is in using the birth data. The astrologer’s statements about employees are limited to matters that pertain to their potential role within the company.Section H.3.e. Under discussion. See Addendum.e. Business Partnershipsf. Universal QualifiersWhen making business forecasts astrologers do not use universal qualifiers such as every, always, never,for certain, any, no one, or other such blanket statements that imply definite, concrete outcomes. Clients are informed that it is impossible for astrology to be absolute about future events, such as how an employee will behave or what a business will do. Accordingly, business astrologers utilize terms that are open ended and indeterminate, such as may, could, might, perhaps, and possibly.


Section I: Horary & Electional Astrology

I.1. DEFINITION

Astrologers who answer questions by casting horoscopes for the moment the question is asked are horary astrologers. Horary astrologers answer questions pertaining to business dealings, purchases, lost objects, job related decisions, relationships, and other matters that permit concrete, precise answers to specific questions.Astrologers who assist clients in choosing or “electing” a specific date/time for an event?e.g., a wedding, surgery, incorporation, an inauguration, or the signing of a contract?are electional astrologers. Electional astrologers inform clients that the elected time indicates the best potential moment for initiating an act or event but is not a guarantee of a successful end result.

I.2. BUSINESS PRACTICES

a. Nature and Scope of ServicesWhen a consultation is initiated, astrologers inform clients of the purposes, goals, techniques, procedures, limitations, potential risks and benefits of services to be performed. For example, a horary client needs to know that the same question cannot be asked twice.For electional work, the client is told that an electional chart cannot produce outcomes that are radically inconsistent with the natal chart, or the transits, progressions and directions in effect at the time the work is done. Clients are informed that electional astrology is not an exact science and that the answers that astrologers provide are not infallible, and that use of electional astrology cannot prevent negative consequences from affecting the life of the client. In no instance should electional astrology be used in support of immoral activity, such as the best time to attempt a burglary, or in any effort to deliberately harm another person.

I.3. QUESTIONS, ANSWERS AND ADVICE

a. Accepting QuestionsHorary astrologers are aware that the answers they give to questions may influence the client’s subsequent expectations, thinking, and behavior. Accordingly, they accept responsibility that their answers to questions may influence the client’s decisions, which could lead to negative as well as positive outcomes.b. Refusing QuestionsHorary astrologers do not accept questions that they are unable or unwilling to answer. Once a question is accepted, they are aware that their subsequent refusal to answer the question may itself be misconstrued as an answer. If they envision an answer that they cannot bring themselves to give, they do not accept the question.c. Questions About DeathHorary astrologers are extra cautious about questions that pertain to life and death, and are aware that the answers they provide may have an affect on the outcome in question. If at all possible, such questions are not accepted.d. Clarifying QuestionsAstrologers do not attempt to answer questions or offer advice if there is any confusion as to what the astrologer is being asked to answer or elect. If the client asks multiple questions that lack the necessary specificity for a good delineation, the horary astrologer does not attempt to answer such questions. Horary astrologers help their clients phrase questions in a manner that permits an intelligible answer.e. Avoid “ever” QuestionsHorary astrologers avoid answering questions that involve absolute certainties such as “Will I ever marry again?” or, “Will I ever become president of my company?” They are aware that their answers can influence client expectations and that expectations can operate as self-fulfilling prophesies. Accordingly, the client is assisted in rewording the question in a more provisional form that involves time periods that are not final, e.g., “will I marry again in the next three years?”f. Third Party QuestionsHorary astrologers avoid questions that involve the lives of third parties, i.e., someone other than the client, because there is a probable attenuation of accuracy in answering such questions. Horary astrologers are also aware that answers to third-party questions may entail an undue interference in the life of the third party.


Section J: Resolving Ethical Issues

Formal complaints regardingviolations of this ISAR ethics code will be deliberated by an ISAR Ethics Committee composed of five members.The first aim of the Committee is toward mediation and conflict resolution. Failing that, the Committee is empowered to investigate complaintsagainst ethical practices brought before the committee and to enforce a series of remedies, up to and including revocation of ISAR CAP status and ISAR membership. In all ways, the ISAR Ethics Committee strives to be fair, representative, and fundamentally oriented toward healing, education and reconciliation rather than toward punishment.

J.1. KNOWLEDGE OF STANDARDS

Astrologers are expected to be familiar with these Ethical Standards and Guidelines. Lack of knowledge or misunderstanding of an ethical responsibility is not a defense against a charge of unethical conduct.

J.2. SUSPECTED VIOLATIONS

a. Ethical Behavior ExpectedAstrologers expect professional associates to adhere to the Ethical Standards and Guidelines. When astrologers possess reasonable cause that raises doubts as to whether an astrologer is acting in an ethical manner, they seek appropriate remedy.b. ConsultationWhen uncertain as to whether a particular situation or course of action may be in violation of the Ethical Standards and Guidelines, astrologers consult with appropriate authorities or other astrologers who are knowledgeable about ethics, such as those on the ISAR Ethics Committee.c. Informal ResolutionWhen astrologers have reasonable cause to believe that another astrologer is violating an ethical standard, they may first attempt to resolve the issue informally with the other astrologer, providing that such action does not violate confidentiality rights that may be involved.d. Unwarranted ComplaintsAstrologers do not initiate, participate in, or encourage the filing of ethics complaints that are unwarranted or solely intended to harm another astrologer.

J.3. COOPERATION WITH ISAR ETHICS COMMITTEE

Astrologers assist in the process of enforcing the Ethical Standards and Guidelines by cooperating with an inquiry for resolution,proceedings, and requirements of the ISAR Ethics Committee.

J.4. ETHICS VIOLATIONS

a. ISAR Ethics CommitteeThe main purposes of the ISAR Ethics Committee are to educate the association’s membership about ethical codes and to protect the public and the astrological community from unethical practices. The ISAR Board chooses a Chair, the Chair chooses two other committee members with the approval of the ISAR board and two rotating committee members are selected at random and based on their willingness to serve, from the CAP membership. An ethics committee processes formal complaints against members of the association.b. Resolution of Formal ComplaintsWhen a formalcomplaint is lodged against a member of the association, the committee begins an inquiry and deliberates on resolving the issue. Eventually, a disposition is reached. The complaint may be dismissed, or the committee may find that ethical standards have been violated and impose sanctions.c. Imposition of SanctionsDepending upon the nature of the violation, possible sanctions include a reprimand, probation, suspension or revocation of ISAR membership or certification, referral of the matter to other bodies, or recommendation that some remedial action is taken such as obtaining ongoing supervision or personal therapy. Members have the right to appeal the committee?s decision and present evidence on their behalf.d. Filing a Formal ComplaintSuspected violations of these Ethical Standards and Guidelines should be brought to the attention of the ISAR ETHICS COMMITTEE in writing, at ISAR?s headquarters: ISAR, PO Box 38613, Los Angeles, CA 90038-0613

Is it valid to speak about Human Rights?

photo: Porapak Apichodilok

Nowadays many people get out on the streets and join massive protests about their rights. The most fundamental rights of them all are their Human Rights. But, is it valid to speak about human rights?
Why yes or why not?

Why are so many human rights getting usurped and violated everyday? Why are Human Rights being fought for with so much vigor and so many wonderful things are being said about them? Why do so many disgraceful acts and laws happen in the name of a such a good “thing”?

I think I know why.  The reason is that so many people are not considered actual humans anymore. When you have foreign agents (which are foreign to the body but unrecognizable to it) that are artificial and that settle permanently in your body and/or organs and/or brain, then you are not human anymore. You are either considered a cyborg or a robot. These foreign agents get through the body and pass through the brain-blood barrier in many ways. Look it up yourself.

Laugh as much as you like. I say that people must focus on passing laws about cyborgs — not only the rights of robots — instead of only paying attention to human rights. Human rights is a modern term for and obsolete creature. And people nowadays are not obsolete. We are just being brainwashed about what is actually true. Today’s people are something in between a human-being and an actual robot. We just have to think outside the box.

This sensitive matter touches upon the bioethics subject. It’s time for review.

The Price of "Free"

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Let’s talk about profit. And what price one puts on free goods…

It is a well-known fact that many applications, websites and social media are resorting to the heavy use of advertisements to make revenue.

However, a very small amount of people know that their browsing activity time is something that many companies want to maximize because they profit out of your hardware’s and graphic card’s power. The better your hardware capabilities, the larger their profits. This is especially true if you are using a computer specifically designed for gaming. If you, too, are utilizing your machine’s working power to do some crypto-mining you are excused. So far so good.

But if others are profiting from you being online and using their platforms then you should reconsider how much time you spend on these online places and start limiting your amount of time spent there.
Facebook belongs to one of these platforms. I wouldn’t be surprised if I’d found out that YouTube is on the list, too!

The Elgin Marbles

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Don’t be fooled by crocodile tears. The Elgin Marbles were given away for something in return.
This is how some families got rich in Greece. They got so far as to sell their own culture and monument parts to become rulers, governors, protectors, etc This is how “business” gets done after all.

Now the ownership rights lie upon the hands of the British. Too late for tears now.
If we want them back we must be the ones that give something in return. What will that be?
Our freedom and independence? Money? A new treaty? Reviving an old-time political system and regime of kingship? Go figure . . .