Saturday, November 8, 2008

Time to tinker a bit regarding Astrology and Elections

Don't miss: Ray Merrimen's Excellent Analysis of Astrology and The Election
Certainly, astologers were all over the obvious, including me, Saturn versus Uranus in the big ass opposition that took place on November 4 was clearly reflective in our nominees. McCain equal Saturn. Obama equal Uranus. But then of course, had McCain won, Uranus would have been Palin and Saturn would have been Biden! So, either way it worked. Where things got a bit tricky was the void of course moon, which many thought would delay the results. And the Moon conjunct Jupiter which could have favored McCain. Ray Merrimen thoughtfully answers questions that some of us have been left with in our little heads now that the dust has settled.

So in the end, what did we learn about Astrology and this election? I
believe the following points are noteworthy for future election forecast by
Mundane Astrologers:
1. The casting of the first vote on Election Day
is no longer the true chart to use for ascertaining the results of a USA
presidential election. With the advent of “pre-election day” voting, over a
third of the vote in many states was completed before November 4, rendering the
first vote at 12:01:00 AM, November 4, as meaningless. The early voting results
showed Obama scored a 58-40% advantage before November 4. After the voting of
November 4, he won the election with 52% of the vote. This furthermore rendered
the results of the New Hampshire primary as invalid, which contained similar
Moon-Jupiter in Capricorn transits as November 4

Read the rest of the thoughtful piece here

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