Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Who will win the presidency?

First of all, I want to say that I am not sure why anyone actually wants the job of US Presidency.
But apparently, there are such individuals.    I have not focused too much of my own attention on the election but believe me everyone and their astrological brother slapped their foreheads a few years ago when we all realized Mercury would be turning retrograde this election day in November.   I know I was rushed with memories of hanging chads in Palm Beach all over again.  Sigh. 

Anyway, this week there is a big ol' astrology convention in New Orleans which I actually considered attending but I have too much on my personal plate to make it to NOLA.   I really wanted to see Michael Lutin, darn.  Will have to be next year. 

Anyway, today Reuters reported that the panel of astrologers at the convention are pointing to an Obama win over Mitt.    

Well, who ever wins will have a shit load of lame aspects in their future.   Not necessarily personally but globally.  Good luck.  


NEWS ORLEANS, May 29 (Reuters) - The votes are in and it is unanimous: Barack Obama will win re-election to the U.S. presidency in November, according to five astrologers who offered predictions at their convention on Tuesday.

Each of the five astrologers on the presidential panel explained how they came to their assessments, with most relying on studies of celestial charts pertinent to both Obama and presumed Republican nominee Mitt Romney for the date of either the election itself or the next presidential inauguration.

For Chicago astrologist and corporate lawyer Nina Gryphon, it was her study of the Aries ingress - the exact time when the Sun enters the sign of Aries - that clinched the decision. "It's obvious," she said. "Obama stays where he is without a change in status."

Billed as a meeting of the world's top astrologers, the conference in New Orleans drew some 1,500 people who participated in workshops and panel discussions.

Not to be confused with astronomy, the scientific study of the physical universe, astrology uses non-scientific methods to predict how the relative positions of celestial bodies may influence human behavior and future events.

Denver astrologer Chris Brennan said his chart study focused on public profiles of the two presidential candidates, both of whom "are entering into peak periods of eminence in the next few months." But he said there was a key difference: "Obama's peak period stays consistent throughout the election, whereas Romney's seems to falter a few weeks before the election," he said.

Most of the panelists placed a high degree of certainty on their forecast, but a few pointed to potential difficulties Obama may face after his predicted re-election.

"The ingress of Saturn into Scorpio may trouble him," Brennan said. "It won't cost him the election, but it may indicate difficulties in the first half of his second term."

Brennan could not specify the potential problem, but "it pertains to his career and his reputation," he said.

As to the election itself, Brennan raised the possibility of the contested 2000 election being revisited.

"We should all be aware of the Mercury retrograde that will occur on election day," he said, referring to an optical illusion that can make a planet appear to reverse direction temporarily.

"Most astrologers are pretty certain that this could cause problems similar to what happened in the 2000 election," Brennan said, referring to the contested Florida vote that was settled only when the Supreme Court ruled that George W. Bush should be president rather than Al Gore.

The retrograde, Brennan said, "seems to imply that there's something up in the air about the election until sometime later in the month."

"It's possible it won't be finished for Romney until the last week of November," he said.

Two of the panelists participated in a similar session four years ago when the panel also gave a unanimous thumbs-up to Obama. (Reporting By Greg McCune; Editing by Eric Walsh)


  1. I can't help but to think that there is a missing piece here. Another Celestial map of the stars not just natal celestial maps in comparison. Also Romneys progressed chart and chart with the US chart, is very impressive. It still looks like in the end Romney will be the President in 2013. And I did not go to the convention.

  2. I just saw this reply..4months later... I have had a few private conversations with friends,my thinking for some time that the very generous Jupiter aspect for Mitt at first blush could seem like a win for Mitt but my own take on Jupiter is that it opens doors--- to what the heart wants. I am not sure Mitt really wants the job.