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SUBJECT: "First attack on mainland"...?
DATE POSTED: 10/24/2004
NAME: Nancy
  No,the first attack on the US mainland didn't occur under George Bush. Remember James Madison needing to vacate Washington and the White House during the war of 1812 against Britain? What about Gettsyburg? And during WW II the Japanese shelled a small section of the California coast, prompting quite a few people to head inland. That is just what comes to mind. Wouldn't be surprised if there's quite a bit more.
Thanks for the article.

SUBJECT: Neptune Being the Solution to US Gemini Chart.
DATE POSTED: 9/9/2004
NAME: Carol Amon
EMAIL: cja311@ neo.rr.com
  I enjoyed your article and your insight into Neptune conjunct US MC. Both Bush and Kerry have Neptune near 5 Libra. Bush's in 4th shows family and 8th affairs accented. Kerry's Neptune in 10th seems to effect his rise in Neptunian qualities but also rules his 4th. However its trine to Uranus in 7th seems to access public awareness of these values. The Jupiter transit in Libra accents Kerry as Uranus rules US 10th of leadership. Mars on Nov.2 trines his Saturn in 7th.

SUBJECT: Polarized Politics
DATE POSTED: 9/6/2004
NAME: jc
EMAIL: JDOGSTAR@aol.com
  Just wanted to tell you that this is one of the most honest article I've read in a long time regarding what the stars have in store for the office of the President... Most writers are so bias, whether they lean right or left that they can't honestly relate to the reader... Thank you for a fair and balance article... I do think there is a hate and a division in this country that is so deep that is really dividing us on both sides... Every one seem so sincere about their beliefs that the can't even relate to any other information... It's like a drum beating in their head and that's all they can hear... It's very strange and I don't know where this hate and the division is coming from, do you? I guess by having everyone at each other throat it diverts everyone's attention to what's really happening in our world... Thanks

SUBJECT: Polarized Politics
DATE POSTED: 8/24/2004
NAME: Tony Pitfield, Vancouver, B.C.
EMAIL: pianca@telus.net
  Your phrase - Neptune's real goal for us is to realize the illusory nature of all things - is the best description of the planet's purpose I have run across. It is always a joy when you run across a sentence that sums up pages of rhetoric. Thank you.


SUBJECT: Polarized Politics
DATE POSTED: 8/23/2004
NAME: Gina Forsyth
  I admit I enjoyed your article more on the second reading than on the first. In it, you address the issue of Neptune and confusion on the part of the electorate, and the notion that astrologers seem to see what they want to see. However, I take issue with the question of whether or not it will matter who wins November 2. . . .the hostility you are seeing between the parties is a sign that both of them know that, yeah, it matters a whole lot who wins this election. Republicans fear that people like astrologers and artists like myself will drive the country into chaos, and Democrats fear losing all the gains that have been made since FDR. Whoever's elected will pick the federal judges--even a Supreme Court justice or two. It's these judges who will decide the direction of our country long after Bush & Kerry are gone.

Also left undressed were: a) the issue of whether or not Kerry was nominated on a VOC moon--which usually spells defeat for any candidate--depending on whether he was "officially" nominated during or after the roll call, and b) whether the moon in Cancer on election day would be an astrological indicator of success for GWB. Obviously, these indicators are all subject to interpretation, and Neptune may indeed be a more important factor in making a prediction this year than we know.

My concern is that all astrologers will end up with egg on their faces, having to make retractions and look at indicators after the fact, because many have already made predictions. Whoever wins, someone will have to explain why they were wrong. I'm inferring from your article that the good news is that they can blame it on Neptune, and we'll all have you to thank for pointing it out.

SUBJECT: Election
DATE POSTED: 8/22/2004
NAME: Christine
  PS... we are not voting for bush or Kerry. We are voting for a Republican or Democratic party.

SUBJECT: Gemini Rising Chart of U.S.
DATE POSTED: 8/20/2004
NAME: EyeAm
EMAIL: eyeam2000@yahoo.com
  It's good to see another astrologer using the correct birthchart for the United States, as opposed to that notorious 'Sibley' monstrosity that has an improbable Scorpio Rising.

A very strong case can be made for the Gemini Ascendant chart being the correct one for the U.S.

For one thing, it puts the Moon, ruler of Cancer (The U.S.'s Sun Sign) at the Midheaven and 10th House of fame and pursuit. In Aquarius, and this location, the Moon gives a pursuit of freedom for people. (re: public; republic). It is about pursuing the breaking of chains and bringing individuality and uniqueness to people. The Liberator, as an occupation. It also makes the people (of the nation) at large, the ruler.

The Gemini Rising chart puts Venus and Jupiter at the 2nd house. Great for wealth. Indeed, this is a wealthy nation. The Sun in the 2nd, the business is one of government (for the entity of the U.S.); and governance of the people (Moon ruling the Sun Sign, again).

SUBJECT: Polarized Astrology Article
DATE POSTED: 8/20/2004
NAME: Janet P. Berres
  I found John Whalen's article to be quite prejudicial-- slanted for the Republicans, while at the same time slandering the Democrats. I quote "Similarly, John Kerry’s tendency to jump from one philosophical or political position to another reflects the changeableness of his mutable fire Sagittarian Sun sign, that have resulted in his opponents calling him “Senator Flip-Flop.” This trait indicates the lack of a deep commitment to a belief, which should be the hallmark of Sun in Sagittarius." Since when is it a lack of belief to re-evaluate one's position and come to a different conclusion? Only someone who has no capacity for critical thinking "stays the course" as G.W. has done. To call Kerry a "flip flopper" when it has been Dubya who has changed his mind on so many matters (including why we went to war), is insulting and a repetition of what is fed to us from the Republican owned media.
Whalen also states "There has even been some discussion within the administration of delaying the election if terror threats warrant it. You can imagine the howls of Democrats if that is actually proposed." In a truly free society, *everyone* should be howling if there is no election. One of our greatest presidents, Abraham Lincoln did not "delay" the election during the Civil War; he felt that would be a blow to democracy.
And finally, to write "Until then, until we have leaders who can envision that possibility, will it really matter who wins on Nov. 2?" shows me that Mr. Whalen does not read the news at all. There is a *vast* difference between a fascist, totalitarian government (where Bush is taking us) and a free and open democracy.



 
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