I did a chart for Lee winning New York state gubernatorial race and felt he would win. He did not so I had to review the chart and discover why. Of course the obvious reason is the amount of people leaving New York is at an all time high, and those were lost opportunities, so that would make him out of of touch of what New York is becoming — a chaotic mess instead of
Donald Trump launched a third consecutive White House bid, despite disappointing midterm election results that have led some party leaders to suggest the polarizing former president step aside. “I am tonight announcing my candidacy for President of the United States,” Mr. Trump said during a prime-time event from his Mar-a-Lago estate. Republicans remained just one seat away from taking control of the House of Representatives. In a party meeting Tuesday, House Republicans backed Kevin McCarthy
Panacea‘s Mythological Importance Panacea is the daughter of Asclepius and Epione. She is one of their four sisters each performing a facet of Apollo, Asclepius’s father’s art. They are also called the Asclepiads. She first appeared in the weekly chart for Jackson Mississippi.
Brigadier General Herbert McMaster, jr. was born on July 24th 1962 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at about 4 o’clock in the morning, giving him the HS of Cancer 06 “a boxer skipping rope,” a symbol suggesting his dexterity and skill in enlisting his varied experience in the greater service of the self. The downside is an overeager concern about the security of state shown by his Ascendant square Part of Fortune 07 Aries 57 (the news
Omarose Onee Manigault Newman is her real name she changed it to the more poetic sounding Omarosa; I think its a good choice. She was born on February 5, 1974 in Youngstown, Ohio. Her stated birth time is 10:54 PM that gives her a 06.36 Libra Ascendant, but frankly we think it’s a minute two shy of her real ascendant at 10 Libra 51, local mean time adjusted and shows the importance of being in
Today is the end of Summer time. It’s unofficially winter and the days will darken from here on until the solstice next month. Our header picture is from Charleston where it is a glorious 80 degrees Fahrenheit with nary a cloud in the sky. Next week though, the temps start dropping, so enjoy it while you you can.