There’s some good energy today for grounding your dreams and planting some seeds for tomorrow so don’t be afraid to take advantage of this. There may be some ego and emotional clashes, so try not to let yourself get too caught up in everything. Do your best to stand your ground, but still facilitate positive change and growth.
- Taurus Moon sextile Pisces Neptune
- Taurus Moon square Aquarius Sun
If you check the Wikipedia page of Melania Trump you’ll find all I know about the current wife of 2016 candidate Donald Trump, the lady who may turn out to be America’s First Lady on January 20, 2016.
Check out a noon birth chart for Melania here with her practical Sun Taurus-Moon Capricorn personality.
Born Melanija Knavs (‘Melania Knauss’) on April 26, 1970 in Sevnica Slovenia, Yugoslavia, Melania has been a high fashion model with a degree in architecture who now designs jewelry. These endeavors resonate well with her Sun in Taurus, a creative sign of architecture (building) and good patterning ability. Now let’s peek at the Solar (male)and Lunar (female) description of their marriage which began under the auspices of January 22, 2005’s Sun Aquarius-Moon Cancer unless the ceremony was held prior to 6:00 am (with a late Gemini Moon)!
Sun AQ-Moon Cancer (Saturn-Uranus-Moon) is a very creative Air-Water combination of energies that provides ethereal and romantic qualities to their union. The blend suggests that as a couple the Trumps tend to be companionable, friendly, and socially concerned. Although Donald Trump, the Aquarian here, is futuristic and eccentric, Melania’s Cancer vibes add touches of traditional values such as home, domesticity, and family. (Yet Cancer is also a business-oriented sign ruled by the publicity seeking Moon!)
Via a bit of a different analysis, I come to similar conclusions. Ted Cruz looks very strong. But do not rule out the Algol twins (Bush square / Kasich conjunct) just yet. One other thing: it is true, “things” will be very different in 2017.
Much as I hate to admit it, the stars look good for Ted Cruz in 2016 and 2017, and I’m afraid we may be congratulating him come election year. Sorry, Bernie. This is one time I hope I am wrong.
I cannot hide my sorrow at the thought that the guy who in silence appears to condone the ramblings of Donald Trump, who is willing to shut down government to harm the cause of women’s health, and who uses his children as pawns in his mean, political advertising, then hypocritically blaming others for bringing that up, well…here is the man who it looks like will be our next president. Maybe that’s why several years ago I saw the United States going into revolution time in 2017. I felt it was in reaction to whoever was elected. At that time, I thought that would be Hillary, but Hillary is not going…
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This is the relevant portion of the transcript (from the 20 December 1998 broadcast of 60 Minutes):
|KROFT: (Voiceover) To understand the complexities and contradictions in his personality, you have to go back to the very beginning: to Budapest, where George Soros was born 68 years ago to parents who were wealthy, well-educated and Jewish.
When the Nazis occupied Budapest in 1944, George Soros’ father was a successful lawyer. He lived on an island in the Danube and liked to commute to work in a rowboat. But knowing there were problems ahead for the Jews, he decided to split his family up. He bought them forged papers and he bribed a government official to take 14-year-old George Soros in and swear that he was his Christian godson. But survival carried a heavy price tag. While hundreds of thousands of Hungarian Jews were being shipped off to the death…
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