Earlier this year, Astrologer Archie Dunlop penned an article examining the impact of horoscopes on the two presidential candidates: Obama and Mitt Romney. Given that the race for the White House is heating up, we figured it would be good to revisit this enlightening piece, so here it is again…..
By Archie Dunlop
Mitt Romney wants to be the first Piscean President since Grover Cleveland, who left office in 1897. I don’t know about the 2016 elections, but in 2012 Mitt Romney hasn’t got a chance.
This must be a big disappointment for the Republican establishment. Their man has just beaten the even more unelectable Newt Gingrich in the Florida primary, and Obama is going nowhere, isn’t he?
It doesn’t actually matter what Obama does, because Romney is destined to lose in 2012, assuming he gets the nomination. I say this because I just asked the question ‘Will Mitt Romney win the 2012 Presidential Election?’ I set up a horoscope for the moment I asked the question. The horoscope was very simple. The Moon was in late Taurus, and it had made its last major aspect before leaving the sign. In the jargon it was ‘void of course’, meaning that nothing will come of the matter. End of story. So my message to the Republican Party is simple. Find another candidate. Quick.
As for Obama, assuming there are no mishaps, and his name is on the ballot paper in November, and Mitt Romney is his opponent, then he is definitely going to be elected for a second term. There are going to be some difficult moments for Obama over the next few months, and there’ll be doubts about whether he can make it, but over the Summer of 2012 his luck improves in a big way.
This is down to Indian astrology. For the last fifteen years and more Obama has been in a period of life ruled by Jupiter. In his Hindu horoscope Jupiter isn’t very well placed, and despite this, he won the 2008 election. The Jupiter period ends in the Summer of 2012, and he moves into a Saturn period. His Saturn is very strong, and if he’s running for a second term in 2012 he’ll be practically unbeatable.
I should also say that Obama’s second term is going to be far better than his first. He’ll be his own man, and having had his on-the-job training during his first term, he’ll know what needs to be done. Put another way, if Obama had left office after one term, he would have gone down in history as a poor to mediocre president. It’ll only be during his second term that he’ll show his greatness.