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Boohoo snaps up Oasis and Warehouse

Online fashion giant Boohoo is has agreed to buy former high street stalwarts Oasis and Warehouse for £5.25m, just two months after the brands collapsed into administration. The news was confirmed as Boohoo released its first quarter results, which showed sales rose 45% in the quarter to the end of May. In April, Oasis and Warehouse’s online business and intellectual property assets were sold to turnaround specialist Hilco Capital, with nearly 2,000 jobs lost. The deal boosts Boohoo’s portfolio of brands to nine, following the £18m acquisition of Coast and Karen Millen last year.

Jaguar Land Rover to cut 1,100 jobs

Jaguar Land Rover is to cut more than 1,000 UK jobs as the carmaker unveiled a £500m loss in the first three months of the year. The carmaker will lose up to 1,100 agency staff or contractors “in the coming months,” in a bid to cut costs.

The world's automakers have been hit hard by the pandemic, with production suspended for two months and sales taking a nosedive as customers went into lockdown. Global auto sales are expected to dip by 22% for the year and may not fully recover until 2025, Axios reports.

The kind of job that can kill you

A combination of high stress and low autonomy can prove deadly on the job, according to research from Northern Illinois University and Indiana University. People who hold down such jobs face a higher risk of death in mid-life than employees in less stressful, more independent work environments, Quartz reports.

While some jobs are simply stressful by definition, those workers can benefit immensely by being given some autonomy on the job. This can range from having control over which tasks you do first to deciding where and when you work. Those small bits of freedom can go a very long way.

Dark day for UK jobs

Thursday marked a bleak day for UK jobs after some of the country's largest employers announced mass redundancies, bringing the total number of jobs lost or at risk to more than 22,000 this week. Centrica, the owner of British Gas, announced plans to cut 5,000 jobs this year, with around 50% of the cuts falling on management roles. Heathrow Airport will cut a number of frontline worker roles, saying its staffing levels are “unsustainable” as passenger numbers fell to their lowest ever levels, down 97% year-on-year. The Bank of England estimates UK unemployment will approach 10% this year.

The government has announced the introduction of “support bubbles” in a limited relaxation to social distancing rules. From Saturday, adults living alone or single-parent families will be allowed to enter and even stay overnight at one other household without maintaining physical distancing. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the change aims to help combat loneliness. There were 8.2 million people living alone in the UK last year, according to the Office for National Statistics, with just under half aged 65-and-over. There were also 2.9 million single-parent households.


​​This rider represents the Antichrist who will head the revived Roman Empire at the end of history.

1st Gate: The opening. Osiris. Death and rebirth.

This gateway begins the process of dying to your old self. It begins to unlock your particular training, on an emotional level, for the work of your soul as a planetary healer. Learning this system involves letting go of our ‘old’ selves and becoming World Servers, or Mother Servers. This process takes as long as it takes and is not always a conscious process. Changes just ‘happen’ in our lives but it is our challenge to overcome old programming and just ‘let go’. This letting go is important because often we are letting go of mass programming so that we can stand in the light of our soul and not be fooled by what appears to be the truth. Once we have gone through this Gateway we can now work with the Osiris energies in the form of the Male Creative Power within Nature and the Landscape.

1. Material Heaven

This is the heaven that atheists are striving for. Atheists are those who believe that this physical universe is the only thing that exists. They come in all shapes and sizes. For example:

  • Secular humanists (man is at the center)

  • Communists (the state is at the center)

  • Evolutionists (nature is at the center)

Regardless of the type, atheists seek their heavenly reward here on this earth. It may be fame, wealth, power, pleasure, advanced intellectual achievement, even the pleasure of making the world a better place somehow. But material heaven is the one where all you will ever receive is here in this life because there is nothing after this life is over.


Wrath (Latin: ira) can be defined as uncontrolled feelings of anger, rage, and even hatred. Wrath often reveals itself in the wish to seek vengeance. In its purest form, wrath presents with injury, violence, and hate that may provoke feuds that can go on for centuries. Wrath may persist long after the person who did another a grievous wrong is dead. Feelings of wrath can manifest in different ways, including impatience, hateful misanthropy, revenge, and self-destructive behavior, such as drug abuse or suicide.

According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the neutral act of anger becomes the sin of wrath when it is directed against an innocent person, when it is unduly strong or long-lasting, or when it desires excessive punishment. "If anger reaches the point of a deliberate desire to kill or seriously wound a neighbor, it is gravely against charity; it is a mortal sin." Hatred is the sin of desiring that someone else may suffer misfortune or evil, and is a mortal sin when one desires grave harm.

People feel angry when they sense that they or someone they care about has been offended, when they are certain about the nature and cause of the angering event, when they are certain someone else is responsible, and when they feel they can still influence the situation or cope with it.

In her introduction to Purgatory, Dorothy L. Sayers describes wrath as "love of justice perverted to revenge and spite".

In accordance with Henry Edward, angry people are "slaves to themselves".





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