Posts Tagged ‘Moshe Dayan’
In case you missed it, here’s Simon Johnson’s What Should the President Say on Thursday?
Financial reform legislation will likely end up a casualty of the upcoming November elections as lawmakers are too afraid to do much about the mega-banks who finance their campaigns – assuming they ever would.
And since, as Simon Johnson says, (big) banks “are already coming after Democrats”, the American people may entertain little hope that Capitol Hill elites will make useful improvements in our financial system in spite of an obvious need to reinstate the Glass-Steagall Act.
Now I don’t know at what hour the President speaks on financial reform, but this morning, the Moon sailed passed Mr. Obama’s natal Sun ’13Leo’ (edt) an hour or so ago and remains in Leo until midnight so we may wish to consider today’s Earth-Fire Sun Taurus-Moon Leo blend.
This blend is that of a leader with practical imagination, pride, fixed opinions, and strong values. It can be snobbish, vain, materialistic, ambitious, and masterful.
There’s an innate resourcefulness, personal magnetism, tremendous willpower, with an instinctive patience and persistence when focusing on long-term goals. Expressing opinions with full force can alienate others, and expert astrologer Noel Tyl says it has a “passionate stubbornness” and is “quite dramatic” and that “dynamic organization can be brought to bear on ideas, relationships, and plans.”
This blend has two ‘Images for Integration’ = “On a perfect summer’s evening, a performance of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ is held in the palace garden” (uh-oh! jc)…”Keeping up with the Joneses.”
(Isn’t there a new film coming out now about the Joneses?)
Now here’s a quote from a past political leader who shares Sun Tau-Moon Leo in his natal chart…to me it sounds like Politics the world over – and Washington DC as led by global elite bankers in particular:
“Whenever you accept our views, we shall be in full agreement with you.” Moshe Dayan
Sending out Good Luck Wishes to President Obama as he promotes his financial reform sales campaign!
‘Sun Sign-Moon Sign’ by Charles and Suzi Harvey.