Joe Biden – hope over experience



Joe Biden stepped up to the mark for his joust at the Democratic nomination 2020 with a twitter video announcement at 6am Washington, DC time. This put the heavy-duty Saturn Pluto in the 10th conjunct a Capricorn Moon which doesn’t look too enticing for female voters and also suggests he’s got a mountain to climb requiring considerable effort.  Venus which is often a sign of popularity is hidden away in the 12th; and there’s a divisive Uranus Sun on the Ascendant. Plus an afflicted Neptune in the 12th square Jupiter opposition Mars – suggesting a flier that’s more hope than common sense. And tr Neptune will be square the Mars until late this year which is usually panicky-failure.

His own chart has tr Pluto square the Mars/Neptune midpoint, on and off till late 2020, which is dashed hopes, especially for elections; with another sinker from tr Neptune opposition his Mars/Jupiter midpoint again off and on till January 2021. Plus a downbeat Solar Arc Saturn square his Sun at the moment and square his Venus in spring 2020, which will make him feel unloved (unpopular).

He could be more energised from late January 2021 with tr Pluto opposition his Jupiter in 2021/22; as well as tr Uranus square his Pluto suggesting a radical lifestyle change picking up in 2020 running into 2021. That latter at his age could suggests some serious thinking about how he stretches his energy.

See post April 2 2019


6 thoughts on “Joe Biden – hope over experience

  1. I also think that Biden will get the nomination as people will surely vote for the candidate with the best chance of beating Trump. It won’t be easy and the general election will be brutal but I’m hopeful that the better aspects from January 2021 show him winning through in the end.

  2. I still think Joe Biden is going to win the nomination and win the general election. So, I’m voting for Biden….even though he’s not my first choice.

  3. That’s gotta be Pete Buttigeig. I think Marjorie said his chances were pretty good, despite a grueling campaign. He certainly would have my vote. Young, articulate, highly intelligent, a military veteran, fluent in 7 languages, a Rhodes scholar, steady, calm, mature……he would make mincemeat of Dumb-Dumb Don.

  4. Looking at Joe’s chart what strikes me the most is Neptune in the 10th in strong aspect to the Moon (the people) with the Moon also trine to Chiron (the wounded healer). He has suffered so much in his life and has so much empathy for other people’s suffering that he seems the ideal candidate to try and heal the Nation post Trump. Whether this is just an illusion only time will tell but if I lived in the US he would certainly get my vote.

  5. Marjorie,

    I really do appreciate the time you’ve taken to offer your insights regarding each of the candidates.

    I’m actually a Kamala Harris supporter but I’ve decided I’m probably just going to go ahead and vote for Joe Biden in the Florida Democratic Presidential Primary next year because he’s really the only candidate who is out polling Trump (who I hate) and Bernie Sanders (another candidate I don’t like).

    The traditional Democratic vote is so split right now between so many different candidates, I worry Bernie Sanders (who’s managed to consolidate his base) could get lucky and get the nomination (G-d forbid).

    I’m n other words, I’m putting my personal preferences aside and considering strategy at this point.

    I was wondering, if you don’t see Joe Biden having as much luck as the polls suggest….then which Democratic candidate (that you’ve written about and discussed so far) do you see having the best chance of winning (astrologically speaking) the nomination and defeating Trump?

    Chris Romeo
    Jacksonville, Florida

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