Presidential Election 2000
and Bush: Does It Really Matter?
by Madalyn Hillis-Dineen
For many voters, Gore and Bush are interchangable. What do their horoscopes
tell us about their similarities and differences and how they relate to
Vice President: More Important Than You Think
by Mary Ursettie
How important is the office of vice president? It could be crucial, since
this year brings the return of the twenty-year Jupiter-Saturn cycle that
coincides with U.S. presidents not finishing their final term in office.
Gore: The Fortunate Son
by Madalyn Hillis Dineen
Al Gore has spent his whole life preparing to be president, but, with Neptune
opposed his Sun, what do we really know about this "fortunate son?"
W. Bush: Not a Greek God, an American Icon
by Erin Sullivan
Is George W. Bush merely the shadow of his father, or can he forge a separate
identity and win the presidential election?
by Courtney Roberts Conrad
The spotlight is on Senator Joseph Lieberman, Al Gore's newly-announced
running mate. Is this spiritual Pisces ready for the White House?
by Pat Lantz
Astrology confirms vice-presidential nominee Richard Cheney’s conservative
stance and his belief in traditional American values, yet it also reveals
the compassion in his nature.
Al Gore: A Wooden Aries
by David Railey
Aries Al isn't a typical Ram. His Moon and Mercury show us another side
of his personality.
and Cheney: A Promising Partnership
by Sharyn Smith
George W. Bush has chosen Dick Cheney as his running-mate in the presidential
election. Astrology sheds light on how these two may work together if they
Nader: Green for the Red, White and Blue
by Philip Sedgwick
Will one of the alternate party candidates get your vote? Yes, there are
alternatives to the big two. In fact, Ralph Nader turns the other guys green
with his difficult questions.
by Glenn Perry
Political reactionaries Pat Buchanan, Joerg Haider and Slobadan Milosevic
have strong ties between the Sun and rebellious Uranus in their birthcharts.
to Election 2000: Who Will Win?