Astrologers predict election
Astrologers predict election_The stars have aligned for one presidential candidate this year, according to five astrologers who offered their prediction at a convention billed as a meeting of the world's top astrologers . The team placed a high amount of certainty on their prediction, though they did point to an astrological phenomenon happening on Election Day that could affect the outcome According to the world’s top astrologers, Barack Obama will win re-election to the U.S. presidency.Fifty of the world’s top astrologers gathered in New Orleans to determine who will win the Presidential election in November.
Most of them relied on studies of celestial charts pertinent to both Obama and presumed Republican nominee Mitt Romney for the date of either the election itself or the next presidential inauguration.
For Chicago astrologist, Nina Gryphon, it was her study of the Aries ingress – the exact time when the Sun enters the sign of Aries – that clinched the decision. “It’s obvious,” she said. “Obama stays where he is without a change in status.”
Billed as a meeting of the world’s top astrologers, the conference in New Orleans drew some 15,00 people who participated in workshops and panel discussions.Astrologer Henry Murkin, of Locust Valley, New York said that he looked at Mercury, Venus and the rings of Saturn and matched them with the birthplaces of Romney and Obama. ”Romney is headed back to his home in New Hampshire in January and Obama will become the greatest President that ever lived. That’s what the stars say.”
The astrologers employed non-scientific methods to predict how the relative positions of celestial bodies may influence human behavior and future events.
An international conference of astrologers met this week to discuss the stars and the future and if you talk to all of them they will tell you something they all believe…President Barack Obama is going to win reelection in November according to the Huffington Post.
Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/245305/astrologers-predict-presidential-contest-winner/#sD3Xox04HTRzKvtM.99Reuters interviewed five separate astrologers on the presidential panel and they explained how they came to their assessments, with most relying on studies of celestial charts pertinent to both Obama and presumed Republican nominee Mitt Romney for the date of either the election itself or the next presidential inauguration.
Chicago astrologist and corporate lawyer Nina Gryphon mad an in-depth study of the Aries ingress. That is the study of the exact time when the Sun enters the constellation Aries.
After reviewing the charts she said,
“It’s obvious. Obama stays where he is without a change in status.”
Astrology shouldn’t be confused with Astronomy. Astronomy is the scientific study of outer space. Astronomy is the study of the positions of stars and other heavenly objects and using them to predict human behavior and events.
Denver astrologer Chris Brennan told Reuters that he studied charts related to both candidates and then he said,
“Obama’s peak period stays consistent throughout the election, whereas Romney’s seems to falter a few weeks before the election,”
There were several astrologers who, whole still predicting an Obama win said the President will face significant trouble in his second term.
“The ingress of Saturn into Scorpio may trouble him. It won’t cost him the election, but it may indicate difficulties in the first half of his second term.”
The votes are in and it is unanimous: Barack Obama will win re-election to the U.S. presidency in November, according to five astrologers who offered predictions at their convention on Tuesday.
Each of the five astrologers on the presidential panel explained how they came to their assessments, with most relying on studies of celestial charts pertinent to both Obama and presumed Republican nominee Mitt Romney for the date of either the election itself or the next presidential inauguration.
For Chicago astrologist and corporate lawyer Nina Gryphon, it was her study of the Aries ingress - the exact time when the Sun enters the sign of Aries - that clinched the decision.
"It's obvious," she said. "Obama stays where he is without a change in status."
Billed as a meeting of the world's top astrologers, the conference in New Orleans drew some 1,500 people who participated in workshops and panel discussions.
Not to be confused with astronomy, the scientific study of the physical universe, astrology uses non-scientific methods to predict how the relative positions of celestial bodies may influence human behaviour and future events.
Denver astrologer Chris Brennan said his chart study focused on public profiles of the two presidential candidates, both of whom "are entering into peak periods of eminence in the next few months."
But he said there was a key difference.
"Obama's peak period stays consistent throughout the election, whereas Romney's seems to falter a few weeks before the election," he said.
Most of the panellists placed a high degree of certainty on their forecast, but a few panellists pointed to potential difficulties Obama may face after his predicted reelection.
"The ingress of Saturn into Scorpio may trouble him," Brennan said.
"It won't cost him the election, but it may indicate difficulties in the first half of his second term."
Brennan could not specify the potential problem, but "it pertains to his career and his reputation," he said.
As to the election itself, Brennan raised the possibility of the contested 2000 election being revisited.
"We should all be aware of the Mercury retrograde that will occur on election day," he said, referring to an optical illusion that can make a planet appear to reverse direction temporarily.
"Most astrologers are pretty certain that this could cause problems similar to what happened in the 2000 election," Brennan said, referring to the contested Florida vote that was settled only when the Supreme Court ruled that George W. Bush should be president rather than Al Gore.
The retrograde, Brennan said, "seems to imply that there's something up in the air about the election until sometime later in the month."
"It's possible it won't be finished for Romney until the last week of November," he said.
Two of the panellists had participated in a similar session four years ago when the panel also gave a unanimous thumbs-up to Obama.
We’re finally here. The 2012 presidential election in the United States is just about six months away. While we have suspected the outcome of the elections for quite some time now, the Republican primary has recently settled enough that we know that Mitt Romney is the presumptive nominee who will face President Obama. So now the writers of the Political Astrology Blog are ready to issue our prediction for the election.
In what follows we will outline the techniques that we used and some of the studies that we have done in order to arrive at our conclusions about who will win the election. At the end of the article we will summarize our views on what the astrology says, and who we think will win the election based on our approach.
Zodiacal Releasing from the Lot of Spirit
The primary astrological technique that we used in order to determine the winner of the election is called Zodiacal Releasing from the Lot of Spirit.
Zodiacal Releasing is an ancient technique that is derived from the work of the 2nd century astrologer Vettius Valens. It is a time-lord technique that divides a person’s life up into different periods and subsections, as if an individual’s life was written out as a book with specific chapters and paragraphs.
Zodiacal Releasing from the Lot of Spirit is particularly useful for studying different periods in a person’s professional life, as it is capable of showing high points and low points during the course of a person’s career. It is primarily on this basis that we will be making our prediction about which candidate will win the election, by determining whose Zodiacal Releasing periods are more favorable at the time of the election, according to the principles inherent within the technique.
Unfortunately it is beyond the scope of this article to explain the principles underlying the calculation and interpretation of Zodiacal Releasing periods. Instead, we will refer the reader to the latest issue of The Mountain Astrologer magazine, where Chris Brennan has an article on Zodiacal Releasing, which explains the basic methods surrounding the usage of the technique. The digital edition of the current issue is available for sale through their website now, and copies will be available in most major bookstores in the next few weeks. If you subscribe to The Mountain Astrologer and sign up for their digital edition then you can view it online and download the article on Zodiacal Releasing immediately.
For those of you who understand at least the rudiments of the technique, read on. For those who just want to read our prediction, you can skip to the end of the article.
Before we get started we would like to note that a prediction is not the same thing as an endorsement. We are not issuing this prediction on behalf of any candidate or party, whatever our personal political sympathies. Our motto here at the Political Astrology Blog is that our agenda is not partisan, but astrological.