220px-donald_trump_august_19_2015_croppedI posted this on Facebook Nov. 29. Since then there has been the revelation that the CIA believes Russia hacked the election to favor Donald Trump. Obama has called for an investigation and some Republicans are voicing concerns. Some officials are calling for a new vote or at least postponement of the electoral college vote until the investigation is completed. Interesting to watch. As Saturn approaches critical transits to Trump’s Sun and Moon, problems could intensify. Watch this space.


Astrologically Speaking

I’m starting to wonder if Donald Trump actually will be sworn in as President, and if he is, how long he’ll be in office before being ejected from the White House. The majority of Astrologers were convinced that Clinton had a victory in the bag (along with just about every expert, talking head, and political commentator). Astrologers based their predictions on the fact that while Clinton’s horoscope, presented no sure fire significators of a victory, Trump’s chart was full of negative aspects from Saturn, the planet of reality, set backs and limitations. Under Saturn transiting aspects, a defeat seemed imminent.

Trump’s highly successful campaign, however WAS predicted, because all during late Spring and early Summer he was enjoying highly favorable aspects from Jupiter, the planet of good luck, popularity and success. He rode the Jupiter tide into a surprise win.But the accepted wisdom in the astro community was that that despite a popular campaign by the time the election arrived, Saturn would deny him the oval office.

Theoretically that sounds like a logical conclusion. However, the astrologers didn’t seem to care that the negative Saturn transits would not arrive until the end of December and early January. They were not in effect on Nov. 8. The transits involve aspects to Trump’s natal SUN and MOON. Extremely negative quality to this period time in Trump’s personal lifeclock. Astrologers may have jumped the gun. It is interesting that now a recount is being called for by Stein and Clinton. It would be even more interesting if Trump loses the recount, (or does some other asinine thing around that time) that costs him the election. I wouldn’t go so far as to make a definite prediction that it will happen, in fact, it’s highly unlikely that it will. But it will be interesting to watch what happens between Dec.29 and Jan. 14.