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  1. It now appears Turkish have been deliberately bombing USA posts in Syria. In other words, a NATO partner bombing another one. This seems enormously relevant, yet there have been no word from NATO leadership (Jens Stoltenberg, former Norwegian PM, is born March 16th1959). I think there has been a post on NATO some time ago, but I doubt anyone expected the crisis starting from this. What’s astrology saying?

  2. Marjorie,

    I know you’ve done Rudy Guiliani’s chart recently with the focus on his divorce. Could you please consider doing an update of his chart w/the focus on recent news that he might be under investigation for campaign finance laws.

    Also, for consideration, an update on the odious Attorney General, Barr’s chart.

    Thank you

  3. Shepard Smith has suddenly resigned from Fox News after 20+ years. As the only credible news person on an opinion channel I wonder where this leaves the network? Also what about his career, will anyone hire him after such a long association with Fox News?

  4. I know I know…I’m playing this for as much as it’s worth.

    “Federal judge says Trump’s use of emergency funds to build wall is unlawful” [snicker] So much for Trump’s absolute authority…


    Thanks for your patience.

  5. Trump lost his appeal to keep hiding his financial info. Just shy of the full moon…which brings to light things which are hidden. How apropos.

    He doesn’t look like even a Happy Cheezeburder will cheer him up.

    “Trump loses appeal to stop House subpoena of his tax documents”


  6. Marjorie,

    I was wondering if you wouldn’t mind writing something about the ancient town of Hasankeyf – which is in Batman Province, Anatolia, Turkey near the Tigris River. The town is an archaeological wonder and historians say it’s layered with 12,000 years of history.

    Sadly, I know the Turkish Government approved of the controversial Ilısu Dam despite mass protests from academics, archaeologists, historians, conservationists, etc. from all over the world. Once the Ilısu Dam is completed, the ancient town of Hasankeyf will be completely submerged underwater. This is supposedly to happen within weeks and residents of the area (who are mostly ethnic Kurds) are being given time to evacuate and relocate to new residential areas that have been put in place for them. Some of the monuments and artifacts are being relocated as well, however, majority of the town (along with it’s history) will be underwater soon.

    This is very frustrating and infuriating to me since I’ve always been a person who loves anthropology, art, architecture, archaeology, history, prehistory, sociology, and world events. I’m horrified that the Turkish government could be so callous and so indifferent to a ancient (prehistoric actually) site that contains so much Neolithic, Bronze Age, Akkadian, Armenian, Persian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuq Turk, Mongol, Ottoman, and recent history.

    Anyway, I was just wondering you had any astrological insights to the situation regarding Hasankeyf. Anything you could share would be sincerely appreciated. As always, I look forward to reading your daily posts and thank you so much for taking time to interact with us and answer results.

    Chris Romero
    Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.

  7. Hi, Marjorie, I am a little concerned about the new moon in October, which I believe is opposite Uranus. So expect the unexpected, but when viewed against all the global spinning plates at the moment especially at that time it may be worth a closer look?

    • I will do tomorrow – seemed a touch trivial in the face of chaos and horror all over the place. But maybe an instagram feud is what’s required as light relief.

  8. Hello Marjorie, I’m wondering what astrology says about ‘The Good Friday Agreement’ by itself and with Brexit? With appreciation, thank you in advance if you take a look at it.

    • March 21 2019 was a brief post on the Good Friday Agreement – which didn’t look at all cheerful for several years ahead.

  9. Trump administration now canvassing for external legal help to mitigate/manage Trump’s defense.

    “The White House has reached out to outside lawyers for impeachment counsel, according to a person familiar.

    One of the lawyers they reached out to is Trey Gowdy, a former congressman and an ex-federal prosecutor. He now regularly appears on Fox News.”

    Born: August 22, 1964 (age 55 years), Greenville, SC [wiki]

    From his Facebook page: “Pleased to announce my book, HOW TO WIN AN ARGUMENT: Mastering the Art of Persuasion by Asking the Right Questions, based on my eight years on Capitol Hill and sixteen years as a state and federal prosecutor, will be published by Crown Publishing.”

  10. Hello
    Have you written a piece on Extinction Rebellion? I’d be very interested to see their future pathway as things hot up this week.
    Thank you

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