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TRUMP IS Ttrump toastAST

A Weekly 2016 Campaign Update
by Sue Kientz

First Buoy of Hope Deployed: 13 August 2016, 7:50 a.m. PDT

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Installment Twelve:
Beware: Everyone, Every Time, Everything is Connected

7 November 2016, 6:15 p.m. PST

Election Day is imminent, and certainly everyone is pretty much deadlocked into who they'll vote for or whether they will vote at all.

To recap a bit, this series did not aim to present a considered view of any candidate. My intent has simply been to point out that if astrology can track someone's success (or failure), that one shouldn't be restricted to just the ambitious person who aims for the high goal. Astrologers all know we can look at when Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton were born and see if they have "arrived" at Election Day as a jubillant president or a disappointed loser. But I wanted to show that, if that's true, it has to work for everyone involved. Everyone who hitches their wagon to a rising star, will experience the soaring height or fall from grace, at the same time as the leader. Success (or not) will be evidenced in the charts of close associates, family members, and others who hang their own reputation on their candidate's chances.

Additionally, the same is true for every big step taken by a candidate. Each decision point, each time the candidate makes big news, the event chart of that charged moment should actually also point to the end result, and the tenor of that arrival should ind icate a win or loss.

In most of the eleven installments, we've seen this play out time and again: both the gung-ho and reluctant allies of Trump, specifically Reince Priebus, Paul Ryan, Mike Pence, Chris Christie, Newt Gingrich, and Rudy Giuliani, were shown in Trump is Toast #2, #3, and #4 as having hard times ahead, specifically culminating on Election Day. Transiting Saturn's opposition to VP candidate Mike Pence's Sun was perhaps the most exact and telling marker of the Republican ticket's looming defeat.

But they might have "other problems," it was fair to counter. In Christie's case especially one might argue that, and indeed, he did get a kick in the pants from the results of the Bridgegate Scandal legal proceedings, just a few days ago. Two of his employees were found guilty of perpetrating the "revenge" on Ft. Lee, NJ, constituents by ordering lane closures on a commuter bridge; if this was not done on Christie's orders, who was angry that the mayor of Ft. Lee did not endorse him for reelection, why would they do that?

That is why, in TT #11: The Knock-Out Punch, I pointed out how Barack Obama is another piece of this puzzle. Transiting Jupiter sextiles Obama's Sun, exactly on Election Day, which begs the question of how he could be so fulsome and fortunate, if Hillary were not elected president, which preserves his legacy? Progression confirms this positive take, as his progressed Moon sextiles his p. Sun at the same time. Everything fits together, as everyone's roles connect and intersect in the grand drama.

Then we saw how 19th-century milestones can progress all the way to today and reveal Trump's weaknesses and Hillary's relative strengths. By examining the Republican Party's earliest meeting in TT #5 and the Democratic Party's first convention in TT #7, and validating those dates by progressing to well-known historical milestones in between, we can see clearly that the Republicans stand at the edge of a political abyss, while Democrats appear well supported.

We then progressed the First Debate (TT #7) and not-so-recent bombshell moments like Trump failing to repudiate former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke (TT #6). Again, in each case, progressing such charts to Election Day showed difficulty and disappointment — persuasive indicators of defeat for Trump.

One absolutely critical day to Trump's campaign, however, we haven't examined: Donald Trump announcing his run for the presidency. I've held off on this date, not because it is some outlier, progressing to success, but because using secondary progression takes us to a truly dark place I was reluctant to reveal.

You might not recognize the date June 16, 2015 or the chart configurations (click to view) that were present in the skies around the Earth that unprepossessing day when Donald and Melania Trump glided down the elevator at Trump Towers. Trump probably chose it as it was just a few days after his birthday. Why do we choose a particular day to do anything? One can find many reasons, but the core of it is, the people you counted on were ready, the location was ready, the Universe was somehow "ready" and — incredible to contemplate — mirroring your intent and your path ahead.

Everyone paying attention knows what was memorable and striking about Trump's announcement, was how he went after illegal immigrants in general and Mexicans in particular. He called them names, criminals, and only in passing granted that "some, I assume, are good people." His whole campaign has been divisive, and it began at this moment.

So what does his announcement progress to (e.g., pushed forward in time using the metric 1 day = 1 year), on Election Day?

If you think that snippet of the chart is troublesome, click and view to see, it gets worse. This does not bode well, p. Moon opposite p. Pluto, and both sesq/semisq to p. Saturn. What was started nearly a year and a half previously, is not working out well.

But this predictive chart is more significant than that. This is the same chart, save for difference in house placement, that as a pure event chart, shows when Dylan Roof killed nine African-American churchgoers in Charleston, SC.

That's right, less than 36 hours after Trump announced his presidential run, on June 17, 2015, Dylan Roof shot those nine good black people, including State Senator the Reverend Clementa Pinckney, three other church pastors, the church sexton, and other church members who were all studying the Bible that night.

Dylann Roof wanted to start a race war. He thought, it'll be so simple. I'll pick this very famous church, and I'll kill a bunch of black people in the church. The outrage will spark such furor, that it has to follow that when the Blacks revolt, the Whites will rise up and (I guess he thought) wipe them out.

Well, Dylann Roof was pretty stupid. There was no race war. In fact, the victims' families forgave him at the preliminary hearing! His repulsive plan was a total failure.

Trump's announcement of presidential run, progressed to Election Day   Dylann Roof kills 9 church members in Charleston
Compare the uncanny similarity of these two charts

What is Donald Trump's excuse, for injecting such vitriol against Mexicans into his candidacy announcement? Was this his plan? To deliberately attempt to unite Whites behind him, and somehow ride the angry wave to the presidency?

Pretty stupid, Donald.


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