In mid-November, I published a post about Mars’ ingress into Pisces. This is an excerpt of what I wrote:
I don’t believe that this is going to be a time when people are more spiritually aware, compassionate or in touch with their intuition. I’m not going to sugar-coat my prediction: I’m worried about the sort of idiots who make themselves into martyrs over an idiotic cause. I’m worried about the crazies out there.
Mars has a “me first” attitude and Pisces has a “poor me” attitude. What happens when those things combine? People feel sorry for themselves. They see themselves as victims in scenarios where they are hardly the victim. And then they lash out.
Yesterday, the craziest person of them all Tweeted this:
I am all alone (poor me) in the White House waiting for the Democrats to come back and make a deal on desperately needed Border Security. At some point the Democrats not wanting to make a deal will cost our Country more money than the Border Wall we are all talking about. Crazy!
Yeah, that’s crazy all right!
I’ve been making a few predictions lately concerning the Manchurian Pumpkin, and they’ve been pretty accurate. I also mentioned that I was worried about December 21, 2018 and December 31, 2018 in particular as those days would embolden the orange one as a few planets made hard aspects to his own natal chart. December 21 was the day Mattis quit and the wheels fell off of Trump’s short bus as he forced a government shutdown. Still, I think the worst is yet to come. He’s going to do something even crazier before the end of the year.
On the bright side, I believe it’s all going to be over very soon. Why do I believe that? As I’ve been saying for months and months, the stars tell me that we’re slowly but surely getting back to reality. Saturn and Pluto in Capricorn are not going to let us down. Other astrologers might perceive them as negative influences, but I like what they do. They slow down the pace when they transit Capricorn and knock down walls until there’s nothing left but a solid foundation on which to build a more permanent structure. Trump’s house of cards is about to fall and I couldn’t be happier that I’ve been predicting it live on this blog for anyone who bothers to read what I’ve written.
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