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Aura Reading Rush Limbaugh

Aura Reading Rush Limbaugh. What does the political conspiracy theorist have in common with this piece of cheese?

Aura Reading Rush Limbaugh? Surely this is the perfect way to end a recent thread on conspiracy theorists. Limbaugh’s politically motivated theories fit right in.

So what if he doesn’t tout beliefs as wacko as the reptile-conspiracy nonsense of David Icke? I will grant Rush Limbaugh this. Long before “alternative facts” became a thing, Limbaugh was spouting them.

First, Let’s Take a Peek at Exhibit A

Even before I get to his aura today, lookee here, Blog-Buddies.

When choosing a photo to use for this aura reading, I found a fine one from Google Images. As usual, I followed it back to its source. Since I’ve got standards about “consider the source” — even for the origin of pictures that I link to in a blog post like this one.

Funnily enough, I landed on Rush Limbaugh’s home page. Reading with curiosity how he would sum up his radio work, here’s what I encountered. (Hint: While you’re reading this, can you find two different things wrong with it?)

“The Rush Limbaugh Show is the most listened to radio talk show in America. The show is mostly host-driven and, like most other popular talk programs, focuses on the hot topics of the day, with particular focus on politics and the economy.

“Limbaugh’s heavy use of sarcasm and tongue-in-cheek humor is often mistaken for an air of superiority by his critics, which Limbaugh often singles out on the air.”

Not True, Actually

Problem #1: Although Limbaugh has hosted the top radio show in America for many years, twice he’s lost the title of “most listened to.” Once he lost to Howard Stern. More relevant, since May 22, 2018, Sean Hannity has beat Rush in the ratings.

Meanwhile, do you think that the Limbaugh operation has enough money to pay somebody to fix this blatant error on their home page? Because his outdated brag is more than four months past its “inspiration” date.

Problem #2, less important but noteworthy: Did any of you notice the word “which” in the last sentence quoted above? Grammatically, that would stand in for Rush’s “air of superiority.” Although the meaning clearly is that “which” refers to Rush’s critics. In which case he’s saying that he often singles out on the air, his air of superiority. Quite the opposite of true, isn’t that?

And if he rants against his critics when he broadcasts, why not say so?

How much can you trust a conspiracy theorist with mistakes like these right on his home page? Honestly. Along with hiring a fact checker, how about hiring a grammar checker?

Look, Much as I Despise Rush, I’ll Still Give Him a Fair Aura Reading

Because energetic literacy skills make that possible.

Before I get going, here’s background on aura reading. Especially, info at that last link is true of the system I use, Aura Reading Through All Your Senses®. Please don’t assume that other versions of aura reading deliver the same detail or accuracy.

Here are some of the defining characteristics of this kind of energetic literacy. All of which will be true of your use of deeper perception, too, if you become an aura reader by developing Stage 3 Energetic Literacy, the minimum for reliable aura reading:

  1. You can read auras accurately, whether in person or from regular photographs. (Like the picture I’ll use for today’s aura reading of Rush Limbaugh.)
  2. Beyond generalizing about auras or chakras… you can read chakra databanks, loaded with detailed information.
  3. And you’ll research a sample of chakra databanks that’s relevant to the particular aura reading. Not just some big generalization.
  4. Accuracy and insight come from using systematic skills.
  5. And — speaking of “consider the source” — those skills involve co-creating with your choice of Divine Being.
  6. Finally, this kind of energetic literacy has nothing (and I mean nothing) to do with psychic readings. To think that aura reading can only be done by psychics is like imagining that word literacy, such as you and I are using right now, can only be done by specially trained monks, like word literacy in certain countries during the middle ages.

Noteworthy Also

Before reading further, please take a look at our earlier article on Conspiracy Theorists.

Thank you, GAIL, for your Comments #5 and 6. Recommending that I include Limbaugh was an excellent idea.

Here I’ll read three of the same chakra databanks that I used for the others who tout conspiracy theories. Plus I’ll add a couple more chakra databanks, in your honor, GAIL.

Also, here’s a link to a previous aura reading I did of Rush Limbaugh.  In case you want to compare and contrast.

Aura Reading Rush Limbaugh. Root Chakra Databank for

Presence in the Room

Symbolic Size

90 feet. Over-functioning, with a quality that appears habitual.

Quality

Rush’s personal sense of importance and superiority is so thick, you could cut it like a slice of hard cheese.

Especially interesting to me, he otherwise seems like a normal person of a certain kind:

  • Feeling entitled as a man
  • Feeling entitled as a white man
  • Deeply unimaginative
  • Equally incurious
  • Locked into a set of compartmentalized beliefs about “how life is”
  • Certain that he is “reasonable.”

Aura Reading Rush Limbaugh. Throat Chakra Databank for

Verbal Integrity

Symbolic Size

Length of three football fields. Over-functioning, with a quality that appears habitual.

Quality

Charisma as a speaker? Rush has that as a gift of his soul. And he’s used that talent for decades.

Unfortunately, this chakra databank reveals more than this laudable talent:

Making choices of dubious integrity, in the direction of self-aggrandizement. Consequently, ugly astral garbage — what I call “STUFF” in sessions of RES Energy HEALING — litters this chakra databank like crazy.

Concerning this particular kind of STUFF, it’s unusual, how he’s got nasty astral dreck related to deliberately going against what he knows to be true.

Pushing his lies and exaggerations, actually.

Pushing them to a point where, by now, the exaggerations and outright lies no longer make him feel the least bit uncomfortable. Rather, creating all this for his fans — and then having them believe whatever he makes up — has become a source of pleasure for him.

Aura Reading Rush Limbaugh. Third Eye Chakra Databank for

Spiritual Integrity

Symbolic Size

Flat-lining, this chakra databank is completely shut down.  Again, the size appears habitual.

Quality

“I am like unto a god.”

Evidently, that’s good enough for Limbaugh. No other version of God is required.

Aura Reading Rush Limbaugh. Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for

Power Integrity

What’s that chakra databank about, Blog-Buddies?

  • Does the man practice what he preaches?
  • And does he do what he claims to believe in… when nobody else is looking?

Symbolic Size

90 miles. Habitually over-functioning.

Quality

What matters most to Limbaugh about following through on what he promises? Nothing about himself at all.

Rather, he’s developed an appetite for gaining support and follow-up from his fans. Also support from people with a vested interest in Rush’s success at spreading his particular form of political gospel.

Appetite for ever-more adulation and influence has become an insatiable hunger.

Yet once again, Blog-Buddies, fame shows itself to be the most addictive drug on the planet!

Aura Reading Rush Limbaugh. Heart Chakra Databank for

Emotional Self-Awareness

Just how emotionally sensitive is the guy? Especially, how exquisite is his capacity for feeling emotions like compassion, guilt, self-doubt? Very human emotions, for a normal human adult….

Symbolic Size

1/8 inch. Completely and habitually flat-lined.

Quality

“Emotions are for weak people.”

Rush prefers noticing nuances of power, influence, and personal fame.

In Conclusion

Consider the source, Blog-Buddies.

Particularly if you’re seeking to understand political news!

Get your news from newspapers of record. Because these are trustworthy sources:

  • The New York Times
  • The Washington Post
  • The Wall Street Journal
  • The Los Angeles Times

Sure, these media offer different perspectives, even biases. The Wall Street Journal is too conservative for my taste, but for you it might be just the thing.

If you wish to stay current with events, choose one or two newspapers of record. Also, check in with fact-checking resources. Quoting from that website, these are some good ones:

Fact Check. This nonpartisan, nonprofit project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania monitors the factual accuracy of what is said by U.S. political players, including politicians, TV ads, debates, interviews and news releases.

Politifact. This Pulitzer Prize winning website rates the accuracy of claims by elected officials. Run by editors and reporters from the independent newspaper Tampa Bay Times, Politicfact features the Truth-O-Meter that rates statements as “True,” “Mostly True,” “Half True,” “False,” and “Pants on Fire.”

Washington Post Fact Checker. Although the Washington Post has a left-center bias, its checks are excellent and sourced. The bias shows up because they fact check conservative claims more than liberal ones. [Note from Rose, maybe conservative  politicians receive fact-checks more often lately… due to their current truth-to-lies ratio.]

In Case You’re Wondering

Here’s what Fact Check has to say about Rush Limbaugh’s claims. Search on other conspiracy theorists and politicians, too!

Here’s what Politifact has to say about Rush Limbaugh’s claims. Look Rush up! Look up any conspiracy theorists!

The Washington Post Fact Checker doesn’t have a search function. Because it’s simply part of a large newspaper (of record). But you can google on word combos like Washington Post Fact Checker + Rush Limbaugh… and then find many hits.

Search on anybody you like! Just consider the source of your hits before reading. For example, because I’ve been following the Kavanaugh controversy, this morning I searched on Rush Limbaugh + Rape Police and found this article.

Best quote there from Limbaugh? (My italics)

“But if the left ever senses and smells that there’s no consent in part of the equation then here come the rape police.

“Consent is the magic key to the left.”

My opinion? Maybe some day all human beings will consider that women have the right to give or withhold consent to sexual contact. (Men, too, if someone tries assaulting them sexually. And the same right for transgendered persons.)

Sometimes you’ll encounter intelligent people who don’t believe that the media ever tell us the truth — perhaps these people have been influenced by a big surge in skepticism in collective consciousness.

Hey, all of us are learning how to handle the unchecked lying on the internet, including on “friend” central, Facebook.

Plus, let’s not disregard the impact of the big conservative cheese, Rush himself, who could consider himself a really important leader…. when it comes to spreading falsehoods.

Please, direct your friends to the three fact-checking resources cited here!

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  1. 1
    Emily Turner says:

    Rose, I found the two errors and then was shocked that the first had once been true!

  2. 2
    Emily Turner says:

    Even more shocking considering this: “[…] creating all this for his fans — and then having them believe whatever he says — has become a source of pleasure for him.”

    How despicable!

  3. 3

    What is that old Stephen Colbert quote? “Reality has a well-known liberal bias.”

  4. 4

    When it comes to the Washington Post supposedly “fact checking conservative claims more than liberal ones”…

    This reminds me of related ideas of “false balance” and “argument to moderation.”

  5. 5

    Quote from wikipedia article on “false balance”:

    “False balance has been credited with spreading misinformation.[4] An example of false balance is the debate on global warming: although the scientific community almost unanimously attributes global warming to the effects of the industrial revolution,[5][6][7][8] there is a very small number, a few dozen scientists out of tens of thousands of scientists, who dispute the conclusion.[9][10][11] Giving equal voice to scientists on both sides makes it seem like there is a serious disagreement within the scientific community, when in fact there is an overwhelming scientific consensus that anthropogenic global warming exists.”

  6. 6

    Quote from the wikipedia article about “argument to moderation”:

    “Vladimir Bukovsky points out that the middle ground between the Big Lie of Soviet propaganda and the truth is itself a lie, and one should not be looking for a middle ground between disinformation and information.[5] According to him, people from the Western pluralistic civilization are more prone to this fallacy because they are used to resolving problems by making compromises and accepting alternative interpretations—unlike Russians, who are looking for the absolute truth.[5]”

  7. 7

    Apparently this is how Fox News can call themselves “Fair and Balanced” and make an argument for it (fallacious as it is).

    (I haven’t watched Fox News in a long time, so I don’t know if they’re still even pretending to be anything other than propaganda for the right.)

  8. 8

    Present “both sides.”

    And give them equal consideration and dignity, even one when side is just wrong.

  9. 9

    For people like Rush Limbaugh, for each people who only believes him a tiny bit, or believes a bit in the reasonableness of his ideas…. he has succeeded in dragging that person away from reality.

    You don’t have to be a full blown conspiracy theorist to be confused away from truth and logic by these people.

  10. 10

    Thanks for your helpful comments, EMILY TURNER and ISABELLA CATES.

    My favorite comment is the very last line: “You don’t have to be a full blown conspiracy theorist to be confused away from truth and logic by these people.”

  11. 11

    It’s very unfortunate to find this happening to people you know, respect, and care about.

    Many good people are getting very confused.

  12. 12

    “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire.” That old saying isn’t true.

    These days, what’s more accurate? “Where there’s smoke, there’s money. And also people seeking power.”

  13. 13

    For a bit of upliftment, here is ridiculously talented 13-year-old Kennedy Holmes singing “Hallelujah.”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8Q1WqvAFMg

  14. 14

    I was reading the Washington Post and there was an article about her amazing audition on the show “The Voice,” which aired yesterday.

    Here’s that video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYIOadE_ztA
    (Keep watching til Jennifer Hudson gets up on stage with her to sing.)

  15. 15

    I love hearing new talented voices, but the editing of shows like “The Voice” really annoys me.

    I don’t think they edit them for highly sensitive people, haha.

    More likely for highly insensitive people… like they think they need to beat you over the head with yelling crowds and crying families and big volume changes and choppy, flashy editing.

  16. 16

    Ugh. Oh well, not everything is for highly sensitive people. 🙂

    So I looked her up on Youtube, where there are a few great, quieter (to me, more NORMAL) videos of her singing. Looks like they were posted by her mom. Cute!

  17. 17

    As much as I love her singing, I also really love the way she ends her performances.

    The “thank you” moment at the end.

  18. 18

    Watching live music performances, I always find that moment right after the performer is done absolutely fascinating!

    How do they handle the applause? Or whatever is happening. So much packed into that one moment!

  19. 19

    Wonderful invitations to open up the ears and the heart in those Comments 17 and 18, especially, ISABELLA CATES. Thank you.

    This morning I just noticed that, 50 comments from now, this blog will arrive at 46,000 comments. Pretty exciting!

  20. 20
    Sandra says:

    Rose, thank you for this educational Aura Reading of Rush Limbaugh. None of it is too surprising, including that he tells his lies “deliberately going against what he knows to be true.”

    Thanks also for the links to three fact checkers. Will use and pass on as appropriate.

  21. 21
    Sandra says:

    Isabella, your comments 5-8 were fascinating!

    Truly, there is no way to compromise the truth. You can only leave out some things, or highlight (even exaggerate) some parts over other parts.

  22. 22

    Loving all these comments,Blog-Buddies! Yes to that so-wise Comment #21 Sandra.

    And Isabella I saved that YouTube video with Kennedy Holmes in Comment #14 until I needed a good cry. You know, a good good-cry. And it sure did deliver. What talent!

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