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PostSubject: Astrologers share a sense of foreboding about election   Tue Jun 24, 2008 11:31 am

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http://www.durangoherald.com/asp-bin/article_generation.asp?article_type=news&article_path=/news/08/news080521_1.htm

Agree that a time of upheaval is coming; Saturn, Uranus opposed on Nov. 4


May 21, 2008
By Joe Hanel | Herald Denver Bureau


DENVER - Forget about Tuesday's votes in Oregon and Kentucky. Barack Obama has won the Cosmic Primary and is destined to be the next president of the United States.

Seven leading astrologers consulted their charts and came to the unanimous conclusion, which they shared Tuesday at the United Astrology Conference in Denver.

Although the crowd of several hundred cheered at the forecast, the seven panelists shared a sense of foreboding.

"There are things that are going to happen in the next couple of months that could turn the game into something different than we think it is right now," said Shelley Ackerman, a New York City astrologer who appears frequently on television and radio shows.

A time of upheaval is coming, they agreed. Election Day - Nov. 4 - will put Saturn in opposition to Uranus, meaning the two planets are aligned at opposite ends of the zodiac. Saturn symbolizes experience and the establishment. Uranus is the planet of change and youth. When they are opposed, the country sees a period of "revolutionary fervor," said Raymond Merriman, the panel's moderator. The last Saturn-Uranus opposition was from 1965-67, a time of drastic cultural change.

Other astrological events during the summer make the election unpredictable. Democrats will gather in Denver for their national convention in August - the same month as a solar eclipse and a partial lunar eclipse.

The events raise the possibility of President Bush somehow interfering with the election, said Robert Hand of Reston, Va.

In fact, most of the astrologers on the panel weren't sure if the winner of the election would be the same person taking the oath of office on Inauguration Day. Some of them expressed concern about Obama's personal safety.

"I'm hoping they really pump up the security around him. I'm just really concerned about that," said Sandra Leigh-Serio of Boulder.

And the election gets even trickier for astrologers.

It's the single most "screwed-up" election from an astrological perspective in decades, Hand said.

"We don't have a single solid birth chart, so this is going to be very difficult," Hand said.

Astrologers think Hillary Clinton was born at 8:02 a.m. Oct. 26, that John McCain was born at 9 a.m. Aug. 29 and that Obama was born at 7:11 p.m. Aug. 4. But those times might not be accurate, and if they're not, then all bets are off with the candidates' astrological charts, Hand said.

And most menacing of all, whoever wins might regret it. The charts don't look good at all for Jan. 20, Inauguration Day.

"Whoever gets sworn in, it ain't going to work too well," Ackerman said.

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PostSubject: Re: Astrologers share a sense of foreboding about election   Tue Jun 24, 2008 1:19 pm

very interesting Spring. I have read that Obama is some sort of savior and also that he is as tied up with the illuminati as Bush. One thing I do know for sure is this will be the first election since I turned 18 that I won't vote.
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