From the very founding of the United States, there has always been a correlation between our presidential elections and movements of the planets; and every president, his personal character, his policy and the duration of his presidency, corresponded to specific planetary aspects formed by Uranus, Neptune and Pluto during his election and presidency. At the time of the next presidential election on November 8, 2016, Uranus and Neptune will be in semi-square (45°) and will remain in this semi-square through May 2020, which includes most of the duration of the next presidential term. Let’s examine what happened under similar aspects in the past.
Since the writing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, Uranus and Neptune formed three semi-squares. In addition, they also formed two squares (90°) and two sesqui-squares (135°). The influence of the two latter aspects on presidential elections seems to be identical to that of the semi-squares. So, there have been seven such stressful aspects of 45°, 90° and 135° between Uranus and Neptune in our history. Each of them occurred at a time of a presidential election, and during every such election but one, the winner belonged to a different party than the incumbent President he succeeded. The only exception was the presidential election of 1972. Richard Nixon was reelected by a landslide, but soon resigned in disgrace. This cannot be the case in November 2016, since President Obama is not running. So, we will have a Republican President in the White House in 2017-20.
And here is how and why I came to this conclusion.
Uranus/Neptune Semi-Square in 1800-03
In the presidential election of 1800, under Uranus/Neptune semi-square, Democratic Republican Thomas Jefferson was elected replacing Federalist John Adams.
Uranus/Neptune Semi-Square in 1844-48
The presidential election of 1844 took place while Uranus and Neptune formed a semi-square again. Democrat James Polk became President succeeding Whig John Tyler. James Polk served only one term. When this semi-square was over, Zachary Taylor, a nominee from the Whig Party, was elected President in 1848.
Uranus/Neptune Square in 1867-71
Uranus/Neptune formed a square during the election of 1868. Republican Ulysses Grant succeeded Democrat Andrew Johnson. Although Abraham Lincoln was a Republican, his Vice President, Andrew Johnson, who became President after Lincoln’s assassination, was a Southerner and a Democrat.
Uranus/Neptune Sesqui-Square in 1886-90
At the time of the Presidential election in 1888, Uranus and Neptune were in sesqui-square (135°). Incumbent President Grover Cleveland, a Democrat, lost a very close election to Benjamin Harrison, a nominee of the Republican Party.
Uranus/Neptune Sesqui-Square in 1930-35
During the election of 1932, Uranus and Neptune were in sesqui-square again. Democrat Franklin Roosevelt won 58% of the popular votes to 40% won by incumbent President Herbert Hoover of the Republican Party. His victory in the electoral votes was overwhelming. It is noteworthy that this sesqui-square also coincided with drastic changes in the political landscape not only in the U.S., but all over the globe. Thus, Hitler was elected Chancellor of Germany and Stalin became an absolute ruler of the Soviet Union. In about the same time, dictatorial regimes were established in many nations of Eastern Europe and South America.
Uranus/Neptune Square in 1953-56
Uranus and Neptune formed a square during the election in 1952. Republican Dwight Eisenhower was elected succeeding Democrat Harry Truman. In about the same time, Joseph Stalin died (many believe was assassinated), and a reformer, Nikita Khrushchev, came to power in the Soviet Union.
During the following election in 1956, Uranus and Neptune were no longer in square, and therefore there was no change of party affiliation of the Commander-in-Chief since President Dwight Eisenhower was reelected by a landslide.
Uranus/Neptune Semi-Square in 1971-74
During the election in 1972, Uranus and Neptune were in semi-square. President Richard Nixon, a Republican, was reelected by a landslide. However, his second term did not last long. Both Richard Nixon and his Vice President, Spiro Agnew, soon had to resign.
Uranus/Neptune Semi-Square in 2016-20
On the Election Day, November 4, 2016, Uranus and Neptune will be in semi-square. Judging by the lessons of history, a Republican will win this election. I cannot say for sure that it will be Donald Trump, even though he seems to have ensured his nomination. Our history witnessed numerous messy elections decided not by popular or even electoral votes, but by political machinations and compromise, and this still might be the case now. Besides, our history witnessed contenders for presidency getting shot or dying from natural causes, while six of our presidents died or were killed in the office. In addition, three presidents were nearly impeached.
Is there still hope for those who hate Trump? During the unique planetary events in 1989, which I discussed in my previous articles, a monumental cultural shift took place heralding a new Era of Globalization. I have observed already that some stressful planetary aspects, which correlated with a dramatic rise in violence and political instability prior to 1989, no longer produce the same effect, their influence significantly diminished. However, I have not observed any similar changes in any presidential election that occurred since 1989. All the presidents, Bill Clinton, George Bush and Barak Obama were elected according to the planetary patterns observed prior to 1989. This makes a Republican presiding in the White House in 2017-20 very likely.
Is there still hope for those who hate Trump? During the unique planetary events in 1989, which I discussed in my previous articles, a monumental cultural shift took place heralding a new Era of Globalization. I have already observed that some stressful planetary aspects, which correlated with a dramatic rise in violence and political instability prior to 1989, no longer produce the same effect, their influence has significantly diminished. However, I have not observed any similar changes in any presidential election that occurred since 1989. All the presidents, Bill Clinton, George Bush and Barack Obama were elected according to the planetary patterns observed prior to 1989. This makes a Republican presiding in the White House in 2017-20 very likely, but will it be Donald Trump? Most likely, but not necessarily.
There have been at least three instances in the history of the Republican Party, when the most popular candidate was denied the nomination by the party’s establishment. Thus, in 1824 Andrew Jackson, who got the most electoral votes, lost the election to John Quincy Adams, supported by the establishment of the Democratic-Republican Party. In 1912, Theodore Roosevelt, again most popular among party members, lost the nomination of the Republican Party to the sitting president William Howard Taft, who controlled the Party’s election machinery. Prior to the 1952 Republican National Convention, experts rated Dwight Eisenhower and Robert A. Taft (the son of our 27th President, William Howard Taft) as running neck-and-neck in the delegate votes total. During the Convention, Eisenhower’s managers accused Taft of “stealing” delegate votes in Texas and Georgia. The convention voted in favor of Eisenhower and reassigned some of Taft’s delegates to him. As a result, Eisenhower won the nomination, and soon the presidency. This occurred under Uranus/Neptune square, which is similar in its effect to Uranus/Neptune semi-square taking place right now. So, maybe Trump will share Robert Taft’s fate. Besides, it has never happened where a candidate, no matter how popular among the rank and file, was able to win a nomination against the wishes of the party’s establishment. And this was true for both major parties. Obviously, there is not much love between Tramp and the Party leadership. Therefore, there is still a chance to stop Trump.
In addition, four our of seven presidents elected under Uranus/Neptune stressful aspects discussed here faced monumental problems during their presidency related to rampant corruption and/or election fraud. Three out of seven of these presidents made very poor choices of their running mates, and the only president who ever resigned from office was President Nixon reelected under Uranus/Neptune semi-square, the same aspect in effect during the forthcoming election. So, even if Trumps does get elected, chances are that he will not reside in White House for long.
However, there is a strong argument in Trump’s favor. On several occasions he stated that the U.S. should not spend millions maintaining our military presence in Japan, South Korea and Europe. He believes that our allies should be responsible for their own defense, and it appears that most Americans share this sentiment. This policy is very much in line with our current astrological cycle, which started in 1989 and will continue for more than eight centuries. It is inevitable that the U.S. will relinquish its role as a superpower by 2113. Our country will also let go of all the burdens associated with this role, as did Great Britain and France in the previous century. So, Trump’s foreign policy of reducing our role in the world would be more aligned with planetary influences than that of other candidates.
There is also another argument in Trump’s favor. On several occasions he stated that the U.S. should not spend millions maintaining our military presence in Japan, South Korea and Europe. He believes that our allies should be responsible for their own defense, and it appears that most Americans share this sentiment. This policy is very much in line with our current astrological cycle, which started in 1989 and will continue for more than eight centuries. It is inevitable that the U.S. will relinquish its role as a superpower by 2013. Our country will also let go of all the burden associated with this role, as did Great Britain and France in the previous century. So, Tramp’s foreign policy of reducing our role in the world would be more align with planetary influences than that of other candidates.
Could there be a successful third party candidate? Once again history has the answer, and the answer is “No.”
Third Party Candidate
The last and only time the third party candidate was elected as President of our country occurred in 1860. It was Abraham Lincoln, a nominee of the recently formed—in 1854—Republican Party. His election and the rest of his presidency coincided with Pluto aphelion in 1865. Pluto aphelion is the point of this planetoid’s maximum separation from the Sun. It takes place once in 248 years. Pluto aphelion has always been associated with rapid and dramatic political changes through history. However, the next such aphelion will take place in only in 2113. Until then, an election of a third party candidate as U.S. President is highly unlikely.
Since the founding of the Republican Party in 1854, there have been five presidential elections taking place during Uranus/Neptune stressful aspects mentioned above. In four out of five of them, a Republican won. The only time a Democrat won the election was in 1932, which occurred under extraordinary combination of stressful aspects. Besides Uranus/Pluto sesqui-square, Neptune/Pluto semi-square was also taking place, and such combination is a rare cosmic phenomenon, which coincided with the Great Depression. Nothing even remotely as stressful will occur on November 8, 2016. So, the Republicans nominees seem to have an affinity with Uranus/Neptune semi-squares, squares and sesqui-squares, which is another indication that a Republican will move into the White House in 2017.
So, it will be President Donald Trump in 2017-21. Well, unless political machinations during the Republican National Convention will prevent his nomination, or the Republican establishment presents another candidate even more successful in influencing the voters than Trump.