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Well, I’ve seen it as can you, and all astrologers – especially those of the Mundane Astrology persuasion – are pleased I know that ‘presidential candidate’ and mogul-tycoon Donald Trump’s time of birth may be clearly seen listed on the form and viewable well in time for the 2012 campaign madness.
Trump was born in NYC on June 14, 1946 at…ah, now, you don’t want me to spoil the surprise, do you? ;p
UPDATE 4.19.11: while watching Thom Hartmann‘s broadcast on TV today the topic of Donald Trump’s birth certificate came up. In doing so, mention was made of something I had totally forgotten though now I remember hearing about it a lot back-in-the-day of Trump’s marriages, divorces, acquisitions, and bankruptcies when he was always in the news: that he was born in South Africa.
Now that isn’t what you’ll see on his BC linked above for it says ‘Queens NY’ so either someone was deceptive then (on many occasions) – or shenanigans are afoot.
As you know, if born in South Africa, Donald Trump cannot be US president in 2012 or in any other year in spite of his jumping on the ‘birther’ bandwagon against President Obama. So…maybe he can run for president of South Africa?
Debates of 1858 are long over yet now there may have turned up a photograph of candidate Abraham Lincoln and other notables in Ottawa, Canada.
Here’s ethics-challenged Newt Gingrich predicting which Republicans will run for president in 2012 and even Ron Paul is listed.
Gingrich’s own name isn’t excluded, of course, and for those of us who are Palin watchers, her name is near the top of the list, according to Newt the Prognosticator.
And now, without furr-ther ado, here’s a political cat limerick from the last campaign concerning Republican candidates…snarly.
‘Failin’ Palin’ is a temptation but I’ll not succumb…oops! too late.
So what should the up’n’comer do and where should she go to do it?
All is not well back in Alaska with economic problems and a pipeline she touted so loudly needing attention. Plus, there are those left behind in the snow who are in a snit so it appears that the best revenge for Palin will be to govern Alaska brilliantly.
Here’s a link to the article which contains clues about Palin’s next move, and which includes a brief video of the VP candidate explaining why she shouldn’t be blamed for McCain’s loss:
Who’s blaming? I’m thanking!
History is made in America!
And if the birth time for Barack Obama is correct at 7:24 pm AHST (Aug 4, 1961, Honolulu, HI) then the midpoint of the fortunate combo of Jupiter-Uranus is pointing to Obama’s natal ASC…
Jupiter-Uranus = ASC: optimism; personal self-confidence; success; knowing the best will happen; fortunate twists in the way things transpire. (Tyl.)
So at 11:00 pm est – an Hour of Mercury – when I heard ABC News announce that Barack Obama is to be 44th president of the United States, I saw that his natal Sun 12Leo33 was rising at that moment, with natal Moon 3Gem21 in 10th house of Career and Public Status.
You’ll find more details, an image of the announcement’s chart with Obama’s natal chart here:
And one more thing which has been ‘going on’ astrologically during the campaign…the transiting Uranus-Neptune midpoint 5Pis13 is conjunct Barack Obama’s natal Chiron 5Pis19. That he is called to act as shaman for the collective seems a given. That absolutely everyone appreciates how he fulfills this role is another – thornier – matter.
Here’s a link to the text of Barack Obama’s speech in Chicago in case you were hiding under a rock:
One of my favorite astrologers, Philip Sedgwick, is sharing methods and outcomes by using an election chart set for Honolulu, Hawaii (the last poll closing in the US), 6:00 pm AST, Nov 4, 2008 to determine the winner of the presidential competition which has wumped us out within an inch of our sanities:
Now Philip’s predicted results are, as he says, “barring fraud” which is the reason I have cited previously for not predicting the 2008 outcome. Few politicians can be trusted and we should be particularly wary of the ones who feel the need to say, Trust Me. Perhaps you know which candidate delivered that line recently.
Anyway, I’m voting Tuesday because I always like to vote the day-of. Locally I’ve been clued in that Only Republicans are on the ballot for county positions and one must ASK FOR the write-in ballot if one finds oneself having any of them thar democratic ideas.
Thing is, they don’t tell you there’s a write-in ballot, you have to find it out for yourself. Such a small deception by omission…and in a few hours I’ll see for myself whether it’s the case or not.
Space Weather News for Nov 1, 2008:
More than a year ago, in July 2007, International Space Station astronauts threw an obsolete, refrigerator-sized ammonia reservoir overboard. Ever since, the 1400-lb piece of space junk has been circling Earth in a decaying orbit–and now it is about to reenter.
If predictions are correct, the “Early Ammonia Servicer” (EAS for short) will turn into a brilliant fireball as it disintegrates in Earth’s atmosphere during the early hours of Monday, Nov 3rd. Uncertainties in the exact reentry time are so great (plus or minus 15 hours at the time of this alert) that it is impossible to pinpoint where the fireball will appear. At the moment, every continent except Antarctica has some favorable ground tracks.
Readers should check our Satellite Tracker (http://spaceweather.com/flybys/) for possible overflights. Before reentry, the EAS will seem about as bright as a 2nd or 3rd magnitude star, similar to the stars of the Big Dipper. During re-entry, the disintegrating reservoir could light up like a full Moon. Flyby predictions should be regarded as approximate because the orbital elements of the EAS are now changing so rapidly. Updates will be posted on http://spaceweather.com.
Sounds interesting and showy for a non-voting November 3. Okay.
As long as the gorilla-sized space junk isn’t an archetypal stand-in for Bush’s big, sorry a*s re-entering the White House for a third term from his ‘decaying orbit.’ (Perhaps not a very ladylike sentiment – except for the asterisk, right?)