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Wed May 30, 2012, 09:17 AM

Mercury Retrograde Election

"So, what’s the big event? Mercury stations retrograde on Election Day. Exactly on Election Day. That is to say, right in the midst of everyone voting in the highly anticipated, so close it could be a tie, who the heck are all these weirdos, one and only 2012 presidential election: exactly on that very day, Mercury goes retrograde in Sagittarius. I know — I could not believe it either.

Notably, Mercury has only ever stationed one other time on a presidential Election Day — in 2000, when we had Bush v. Gore and the loser won.

Now, for the second time in American history, Mercury is stationing exactly during an election. What is this about? In this segment, I cover the basic possibilities: it looks like some kind of scam, such as an overt case of election fraud. There is lying and denial; and since it’s in Sagittarius the courts may be involved. Mercury retrograde in Sagittarius, square Neptune, has a bit of the religious huckster or confidence man to it. In that way that astrology can be bizarrely literal, this chart is the perfect image of the political landscape — and it is volatile."


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mother earth May 2012 OP
Sanity Claws May 2012 #1
elleng May 2012 #2

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Wed May 30, 2012, 09:38 AM

1. could this be 2000 redux?

But this time, the vox populi wins?

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Wed May 30, 2012, 12:08 PM

2. If ONLY!

Considering what's going on in Florida (again/still,) and Ohio, and others(?) with 'election fraud,' I have NO confidence that the vox populi will win.
AWFUL first post of the day. VERY

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