Mars Goes Direct
It's not the person or the vote, really. It's the honesty and consistency with the self that equal the leaders' honesty.
Swirling in an everchanging complex organism we hook ourselves to the matrix and hang on for dear life
While I am not surprised, I find the whole focus on what the candidates are going to do about the coming (or current) recession to be so annoying. Most of the intelligent candidates know what I have stated - that what the govt. can do to fix things at this point is pretty much nothing and that it will all play out in its time.As the next days unfold, it should be a clue as to what Pluto in Capricorn will bring the hapless human race. I can predict:
And, of course, frugality. Panic if you want to, relax if you'd like. The change will go slowly. PS. It's not an asteroid.CHANGE!!!$$$$ The "C" word.
The biggest mistake I see universally is waiting for "them" to do it and for "it" to happen. I love astrology but it's the height of folly to wait for the planets to decide. Oh how they chuckle. And the gods and goddesses continue their play. Mars is thrust and complete involvement in an action. Everything you've got. Mars. One. Unity. It's a moment of forced evolution now that Mars is working with Pluto to push him into Capricorn, where the long revolution can proceed. They like energy and will. Lots of it. And decision.
Libra: equality: Gemini: brotherhood: Saturn-Uranus: political and social progress The day of the Iowa caucus had Pluto at 29 Sagittarius opposite the Sun-Venus of the Civil Rights Act. Mars was at 29 Gemini conjunct the Sun-Venus. As Mars crossed 28, the political race baiting began. By the time it reached 27, it was in full swing. Is the civil rights movement coming to fruition? What I see happening at 29 Sagittarius opposite the Gemini of the Civil Rights Act, is the revelation of where racial prejudice really lies? It's not where you think it is. It includes a look at everyone everywhere.Sun: 27 Gemini
Venus: 29 Gemini
Mars: 1 Gemini
Uranus-Pluto in Virgo opposite Saturn in Pisces
Moon in Libra
With four planets in Cancer and a transiting moon in Capricorn, New Hampshire chose to stick with the establishment. And so it is. The loss is good for the emerging leader. He can deal with defeat right off the bat and build his character, strength, and stamina. The moon today crossed his Saturn in Capricorn. The opposition representing the status quo remains as a rock of "granite" that can be managed through experimentation.Sun: 0 Cancer
Jupiter: 6 Cancer
Mercury: 22 Cancer
Uranus: 28 Cancer
Mars: 29 Leo
Neptune: 18 Libra
Moon: 4 Aquarius
Pluto: 17 Aquarius
Saturn: 10 Pisces
North Node: 16 Sagittarius
Nothing is inevitable now, a perfect place to be. That in itself is release from oppression.
Extreme melodrama accompanied this voting excursion, but New Hampshire's Mars at 29 Leo certainly likes that. Trine transiting Pluto at 29 Sagittarius. The transiting south node in Leo just on that spot contributed to the snapping hysterics, sparkling tears, end of the road for one, meteoric rise for the other, jubilant trains going directly to Shangri-la, and so on. Probably just as well. Those moments have a function.
It's wild. The United States has almost the same Cancer pile-up as New Hampshire. Separating from the familiar and all that jazz. Mars does indicate friction and possible clean severance when the time is conducive. When Mars turns direct in awhile and comes back to cross the US Cancer planets, I wonder whatever will transpire? Anything goes, these days.
Democrats will be taking a perilous "leap of faith" if they choose the little-known Barack Obama for president.
It's a leap of hope,