Monthly Archives: October 2011
A look into part of the Astrology behind Barack Hussein Obama II……
Obama’s Part of Commerce
Obama’s Part of Commerce is 00LEO11′ and in the 12th house. It is opposed his Grand – Conjunction in the 6th house, representing point of demise (Saturn) and point of expansion (Jupiter). These lines of algebraic compilation are a part of a schemata attributed to bored Arabs who pushed astrological knowledge by ingenuity and by curiosity. To calculate the point of commerce, there are a few ways. One way is to place the Sun on the ascendant and there where the Mercury lies will be the degree and sign of the part of commerce.
The first thing we note is that it is in the twelfth house, and at a 150 degree position from its home sign of Virgo. So there is tension already in the way Obama seeks to understand commerce. Next, being the karmic sign and sanguine – in the 12th house, this is part of Obama’s lesson in life. There are no harmonic aspects to Mercury in Obama’s chart, there is however three strong negative alignments to his Mercury. First is Mercury as the part of commerce is opposed to Jupiter in the sixth house. This tells us that the native tends to gloss over contracts and legal documents. The native also ignores details that does not fit his preconceived economic ideology. This negative tension ‘can’ create economic disasters as a result. Since Jupiter is the strongest of the two opposing planets, the other being Saturn, it is the strongest. Jupiter in a natives chart as a part of Expansion ( so general that the sign and degrees must be applied) amplifies the negative part of Mercury because of the opposition.
The next position we look at is the part of Saturn, or part of demise. Mercury is also opposing this planet from the twelfth and Saturn lay in the sixth house. Thus, this part of commerce aspects which is negative again pertains to individuals who are suspicious of how commerce works. This tends toward rash actions, because Mercury is in Leo a fire – sign. This aspect to Saturn also breeds a cunning (liar) as part of the symbolism of the snake ( oil-salesman) in the garden of Eden. Thus these native tend to sell a family a-bill-of-goods. These types of commerce aspects show up in the traveling swindler. Finally, this aspect to Saturn from the part of commerce makes a native a partisan and owns a narrow mind.
The influences of the 12/6 axis and the part of commerce pertains to services, social issues, including slaves, bondage, incarceration, corporations who use economic slave – labor, and medical, health, and nutrition issues. Saturn as the cusp indicates a certain amount of ‘hidden’ injuries as a general concept that are difficult to diagnose.
Both Saturn and Jupiter are retrograde in the horoscope of Obama. Many expert astrologers who say the world implications and momentum of an African heading up the U.S.A. did not want to analyze the horoscope for Obama – thus they may lose customers who idolize his otherwise messiah-complex.
When Obama’s Sun rose over Mombassa, where he was born, Algol culminated with his Moon. This made Algol the Part of Fortune for Obama. The passion Algol gives-out is anti-herocial and therefore the passion to bring mediocrity is expressed as a powerful emotion to the native.
Obama has a supergrand – trine to his Algolian Moon and M.C. using the ancient system of Helical rising charts, known to be used in the ancient times, as well as some of the medieval times, because birth times were not usually known of leaders who did not broadcast them – nor were their archives or newspapers to access these informations. Algol prominent in Obama’s chart assures him he will have a portion of the population that will live-and-die breathing his causes and agendas.
Obama’s natal square to his part of commerce indicates complete or frustrated ignorance to how economies work. A decent lesson would be to return to school and read some diverse historians, such as a great Chinese historian, where one will find they commented that when the bureaucracy became to large, it became entangled and the economy suffered so the leaders, or new leaders gave back to the individuals their rights to own their own businesses and make decisions for themselves. This spurred on the economy until it recovered where the Chinese like clockwork, again bureaucratized the economy until it again at some future point in time stagnated. When the Democratic Party overwhelmingly defeated the republicans in both the house and the Senate and passed bills to pay-off banks, their special interest groups, their constituents, like the unions, the U.S.A. Economy began to falter because of this Chinese lesson of entanglement and bureaucratizing.
For those proficient in Western Astrology, Here is Obama’s Astrological Chart.
This week, October 27th, marks the anniversary of actor Ronald Reagan’s televised remarks on behalf of presidential candidate Barry Goldwater. Scholars know it today simply by the name “The Speech” because it was at this moment that Reagan was seen nationally as much more than an actor. In many ways, every day of Ronald Reagan’s life had led up to this moment.
To see Ronald Reagan’s Speech:
“A Time for Choosing” Ronald Reagan Speech Applicable TODAY.
As many look to the upcoming election in 2012, they are seeing that State representation is also a factor of the state’s economic success. Many NE States like Maine, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts are turning to the pro-economic representatives, as are Minnesota, Michigan, and others… States like California are beginning to divide, as a fully Democratic government kills industry and represent those under welfare and governmental programs. By 2012, the majority of states will be Republican and/or have began to turn to fiscal policy for solutions.
The Red State in Your Future – Forbes.
Here are a few videos that I shall begin my thesis with……
Here is some live feed from Maywood, CA – a sanctuary city that did not respect the United States on August 8, 2006.
Finally, the Dream Act has been passed by Jerry Brown this month…….. it will take effect on January 1, 2012.
Thisissue involves the Mexican’s loyalties to Mexico, their bringing crime up to the United States, their stealing of taxpayer money for welfare, their affect on healthcare across the country, their altering of our representation for the worst…… go back to your own country!
I will continue to discuss the issues behind this throughout the week…
Everything we see in society has been touched by capitalism… it is the very system that allows for America, the greatest consumer nation in the world, to maintain a great domestic economy (not under Obama). This image perfectly displays how ignorant these people are – the hypocrites! They are not even thinking about it!
This video demonstrates the ‘sheep’ concept – in which every individual acts as every other person acts, and no one thinks for themselves. Not only is there an inability to communicate a message effectively (they repeat every few words, without processing them), but none have even acknowledged the speaker at their event – it was simple banter between one another. I would suggest you just watch two minutes of this, you’ll get the idea……..
My family has been in California for nearly a century – and we are preparing to move by next year. California has seen a great rise in this period, with its growth in the World Wars exploding as it became a gateway to and from the United States. It became an industrial giant, the world’s port, the center of international entertainment, an agricultural heaven…… now it is has the highest taxation in the United States under New York, the center of over-regulation of businesses, a haven for Illegal aliens and Democrat voting blocks, and the target of deficit-inducing legislation.
This article below, found by a friend of mine, further discusses California’s downfall – and how a second term under Obama (which shall hopefully not come) will lead to a downfall of greater proportions than that of California.
Let’s review each of these demands of the Wall Street rioters, and explain why each proposal is nonsensical…
Demand one: Restoration of the living wage. This demand can only be met by ending “Freetrade” by re-imposing trade tariffs on all imported goods entering the American market to level the playing field for domestic family farming and domestic manufacturing as most nations that are dumping cheap products onto the American market have radical wage and environmental regulation advantages. Another policy that must be instituted is raise the minimum wage to twenty dollars an hour.
~~ In our current situation, imposing trade tariffs would cause inflation of many (if not all) products entering the United States. We do not manufacture anything – and so this would shoot ourselves in the foot by rising prices and increased trade tension. As for minimum wage increase – Get a Job, use your Education (if you have any), and rise above minimum wage!
Demand two: Institute a universal single payer healthcare system. To do this all private insurers must be banned from the healthcare market as their only effect on the health of patients is to take money away from doctors, nurses and hospitals preventing them from doing their jobs and hand that money to Wall Street investors.
~ No – why are you involving two entirely different fields?! Under Obamacare we have a universal healthcare system that is restricting access to medical supplies and care, as well as burdening taxpayers with some 30 million uninsured people who may not even need it! The private healthcare market allows for alternative care, and specific care for those who need it. The healthcare firms compete for consumers, a basic form of capitalism which allows for the best care through competition.
Demand three: Guaranteed living wage income regardless of employment.
~ Those who have never had a job in their lives could apply for this; this would also lead to greater regulation on employers, and greater union hold over workers. People’s work should be rewarded, but workers need to understand that they can apply themselves to better conditions and more application.
Demand four: Free college education.
~ If they were to argue for it under a different administration, this would be supported by me. It would invest in education, and our future; and education would be available to those who can apply themselves, but cannot afford it. However, the administration’s ability to appeal to special interest groups as well as moving funds to where they are not needed has this called into question. Under such a system colleges might have the same structures as today, but supported by taxpayer money and donations.
Demand five: Begin a fast track process to bring the fossil fuel economy to an end while at the same bringing the alternative energy economy up to energy demand.
~ There are not only too many jobs in fossil fuel, but we are heavily involved with foreign entities that are entirely made up of the fossil fuel. This idea has been proposed too many times; but we do not have the funds to do so. Private companies may do so with their own money; but the national government should not proceed with this. But they have, through special interest groups and earmarks.
Demand six: One trillion dollars in infrastructure (Water, Sewer, Rail, Roads and Bridges and Electrical Grid) spending now.
~ Once again, we do not have the money – and Obama has appealed to unions and special interest groups to do so anyways. However, states already are improving infrastructure unnecessarily through money granted to them through the national government. Don’t beg to him, beg to the states. In any case, wait until the economy gets better and until the middle class has jobs other than road work.
Demand seven: One trillion dollars in ecological restoration planting forests, reestablishing wetlands and the natural flow of river systems and decommissioning of all of America’s nuclear power plants.
~ OK, now THIS is special interest group related. Not only would this restrict industry from being established or continuing, but this would also halt development in urban centers. Nuclear power is not dangerous, if constructed and handled properly; and it gives many people electricity and jobs. It is GREEN. And yet we do not have the money to develop more, or to halt their expansion.
Demand eight: Racial and gender equal rights amendment.
~ We are already equal enough; it is up to the people to treat each other properly. So quit whining, and don’t be racist or sexist.
Demand nine: Open borders migration. anyone can travel anywhere to work and live.
~ We have illegal Mexicans crossing the border, drug cartels already crossing the border and inciting violence, and terrorists threatening to smuggle weapons through to units in our country. And you want even more crap crossing the border?!?!?!
Demand ten: Bring American elections up to international standards of a paper ballot precinct counted and recounted in front of an independent and party observers system.
~ There is much we may do to improve our electoral system…… this would be a great idea for ensuring the voter’s vote counts. However, it would be the integration of local votes with county, state and national voting data that worries me… I will do some personal research on that.
Demand eleven: Immediate across the board debt forgiveness for all. Debt forgiveness of sovereign debt, commercial loans, home mortgages, home equity loans, credit card debt, student loans and personal loans now! All debt must be stricken from the “Books.” World Bank Loans to all Nations, Bank to Bank Debt and all Bonds and Margin Call Debt in the stock market including all Derivatives or Credit Default Swaps, all 65 trillion dollars of them must also be stricken from the “Books.” And I don’t mean debt that is in default, I mean all debt on the entire planet period.
~ How does this make any form of sense?! It would null all business debts, people would not be held accountable, and countries would no longer be bound to one another as they are today. And how would you even think that the entire world would cooperate with such a policy, especially those who are on the receiving end?!
Demand twelve: Outlaw all credit reporting agencies.
~ Although there are special circumstances with unemployment and work, credit works to weed out those not eligible for loans and many other fiscal opportunities. Our entire nation’s financial woes are due to people without good credit receiving loans they could not pay back. We need credit agencies to maintain our banking stability.
Demand thirteen: Allow all workers to sign a ballot at any time during a union organizing campaign or at any time that represents their yeah or nay to having a union represent them in collective bargaining or to form a union. These demands will create so many jobs it will be completely impossible to fill them without an open borders policy.
~ A union is separate from a business. It is the business that creates jobs, not unions – all they do is work for their special interests. This last demand is immersed in misunderstanding.
While few of these would make sense in different circumstances, many are based in illogic and a lack of education. Once again, many of these protestors are youth and college-age people. They are voting this upcoming election – scary. If you have any more information about the Occupy Wall Street riot, please comment below.
A Great letter by The Washington Examiner’s David Freddoso to the rioters on Wall Street. They really don’t have common sense or knowledge, and Freddoso easily refutes their arguments. Read and Sound Off Below!
Dear protesters in New York City,
You are not 99 percent of America. I don’t mean that in the obvious numerical sense. If 99 percent of Americans had actually joined your march, Manhattan would have flipped over by now.
What I mean is that if 99 percent of Americans actually sympathized with your cause, the entire nation’s economy would have collapsed long ago — apparently to the delight of the organizers of this current protest.
What I mean to say is, you have a marketing problem.
When you decided to sit in traffic and block the Brooklyn Bridge a few days ago, with that blazing pink “SMASH PATRIARCHY-SMASH CAPITALISM” sign in hand, you probably didn’t see the regular people you stranded in traffic.
You know, the ones with real-world concerns, business to attend to, families to go home to, et cetera. You may have read about such people during college in a book called “The Petit Bourgeoisie,” or something like that. Many of us grew up calling them “the middle class.”
Whatever you call them, they are hurting badly in this economy, probably more than you are. (I’m just judging by that sweet digital video camera I see you holding out in front of the cops, in hopes of provoking them into a viral-video police brutality incident.)
Those people you left stuck in traffic have a hard time paying their bills and rents and health insurance and mortgages. They worry about things like finding decent schools for their children to attend and making sure they don’t get fired at work, and fixing leaking roofs and chimneys.
You know what they don’t worry about, ever? Smashing patriarchy and capitalism.
So when your organizers go on television and say things like, “It’s revolution, not reform!” and they’re not joking, those words might give some of these narrow-minded people an unpleasant, October 1917 kind of feeling.
I know you’ll find this hard to believe, but these regular people probably weren’t very happy to see you on that bridge, carrying your preprinted black and yellow protest sign that hundreds of you got straight from the communist Workers’ World Party (or one of its less frighteningly named affiliates). So incensed was one Ground Zero construction worker that he called you “g-ddamned hippies” in the New York Post.
And that underscores the problem with the 100 million-plus people who work for a living in this country. They lack an enlightened perspective that would show them how your camping trip in lower Manhattan has already helped their lives.
See, regular people don’t like banks any more than you do. But when they go to buy houses for their families to live in, they often find that they don’t have half a million dollars stuffed in their mattresses. So they shortsightedly embrace financial imperialism, otherwise known as a mortgage.
They also worry about corporations, because they’re big and powerful. But then, they’d love to own one of those sweet video cameras like yours, and they perceive that they can only buy one if an evil corporation can turn an obscene profit making and selling it.
So the point is, real-life things blind people to the great class struggle you’re waging in lower Manhattan. You, and the rest of America’s three-tenths of one percent.
You can take some consolation from that next year when you sacrifice your principles, abandon the Global People’s Liberation Party (or whatever), and vote to re-elect President Obama.
Obviously the numbers and issues differ…… but Reagan faces the issues of government regulation of industries, welfare spending, government special interest programs, and many more issues – and he places the individual as the priority.Very applicable to today’s world……