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  1. Just found birthdate of Bryan Kohberger, arrested for killings of four students on Moscow, ID. November 21, 1994
    Albrightsville, PA. Location may be birthplace or just current home of parents.

  2. Dmitri Medvedev, an arch Putin loyalist who has already served as Russia’s President once keeping the seat warm for Putin, is being touted as a possible successor if anything happens to Putin.

    Could you cast a chart for him and how his chart interacts with both Putin and Russia’s?

  3. Another rinse/wash/repeat cycle with divorce rumors for Jared and Ivanka?

    They are apparently seen together in public but not “affectionate”, in the vein of Drompf and Melania. All dynasties end eventually…but she’ll have her branding income and he’ll hv a revenue stream from books and speeches.

    “They remained together for the sake of the kids…”

  4. Hi Marjorie,

    As it is that time of end of year, can I request you to have a look at the chart(s) for Iran, given the political turmoil there.
    Firstly, I would like to see which chart(s) you use, the 1979 chart or earlier charts in addition.
    Secondly, given that this kicked off just as Pluto is entering Aquarius, I wonder if there is a co-relation. As an aside, from mathematical calculations, tr Pluto will be almost exactly sextile natal Pluto on the 1979 chart.
    Without looking at any charts, I have a theory about Pluto either entering or impacting the ninth House (the House of religion among other things), or possibly the first House (of appearances. The Islamic Republic has a very prominent appearance of Islam across it) and Venus (these protests were kicked off by the death of a woman-Venus-in police custody-Pluto?).

    On a different note, as others were commenting on Pluto’s entry into Aquarius, I glanced around Wikipedia for other events that happened in Pluto in Aquarius.
    One pattern popped out to me. In two of the last three Pluto-in-Aquarius periods, Wales’s relationship with England was redefined and brought closer.
    The Statute of Rhuddlan was issued in 1284 by Edward I, which introduced English law to Wales.
    The Laws in Wales Acts 1535 and 1542 officially extended the English legal jurisdiction and administration to Wales.
    Conversely noting noteworthy seems to have happened to this relationship in the last Pluto-in-Aquarius period.
    Do you see any change in Wales’s relationship with England in the coming Pluto-in-Aquarius period?

    • Curious here – what kind of injuries? From the implanted microchips designed to track us? 😉 Or immune systems over-reactions? Thanks.

      • “The scientific consensus is that the benefits of Covid-19 vaccination, including a reduced risk of severe illness or death, far outweigh the very small risk of rare side effects like myocarditis or pericarditis for the vast majority of people, especially as people get older.”
        “Scientific evidence shows that Covid-19 itself is much more likely to cause myocarditis than the vaccine is, and people who are vaccinated have a much lower risk of getting other serious complications caused by Covid-19.”
        Heart inflammation, or myocarditis, is believed to be a rare side effect of the mRNA vaccines. It can sometimes be serious, although most people recover well, and principally occurs in the first week. International estimates vary, but it seems to be most prevalent in adolescent and young males.
        A paper this year in the British Medical Journal estimated a prevalence of about 50 to 130 cases per million doses in that group. A study in the Lancet estimated that overall there were about 33 cases per million doses, and also found that this risk was not obviously higher than with other vaccines, such as for flu.
        The UK Health Security Agency estimates that in the four months after a booster the vaccines give about 80 per cent protection against hospitalisation from Covid in the over-65s. Globally, researchers estimate that the vaccines have saved 20 million lives.

    • “Growing vaccine hesitancy fuels measles, chickenpox resurgence in U.S.
      Anti-vaccine sentiment has increased since the pandemic, driven by politicization around the coronavirus vaccine.”
      See WPost

      • What are you raving about? All medical interventions carry a small risk. But until Andrew Wakefield fudged his research in the 1990s on autism/measles vaxx no one really questioned the overwhelming benefits of vaccination in general.

      • Dunzyade you are on last warning. One more crack and you’re gone.
        “Fear mongering and misinformation being peddled by people with no scientific training to terrorise people into staying unvaccinated is not just causing people to remain susceptible to viral outbreaks, but could also be causing more side effects seen in the vaccination process. —– misinformation perpetuated by the anti-vaccination movement may be causing more deaths and side effects —–.

  5. Hi Marjorie,

    President Joe Biden recently met with 49 leaders from African nations and the African Union in Washington, D.C. for the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit. Biden has expressed a strong interest in strengthening U.S.-African relations and wants the U.S. to invest more in African countries. Biden is particularly interested in pushing for clean industry in Africa and I believe a few African nations such as Equatorial Guinea are already on board.

    Personally, I think this would be wonderful. I do think it’s important that then United States invest more in Africa and build positive, solid working relationships with all 54 nations in the continent.

    For years, China and the Russian Federation have been the only major superpowers to invest in Africa. For example, some countries like Angola depend heavily on China as their largest trade and export partner. Angola also depends heavily on China for their infrastructure.

    The Russian Federation is still the largest supplier of arms to Africa. Russia has also been able to pay for their brutal war in Ukraine by plundering the gold mines of Sudan. And then there is BRICS – where South Africa is a member.

    I would think if the United States (and other Western nations) were to invest more in Africa, then this could help counteract China and Russia’s strong influence in the continent. That would be a good thing.

    Anyway, anything you could share, astrologically speaking, regarding relations between the United States and the African Union would be much appreciated. I really would like to see the U.S. develop stronger ties with the Global South

  6. Just to wish you the compliments of the season and thanks
    for your thoughts and insights over the past year.
    Though not an astrologer,amateur or professional, I
    really find your analysis and observations very helpful
    in maintaining a long view as well as some calm in a stormy
    and angry world.

  7. Anyone have a date for the Royal Mail, Post office? They have been around I think, in an original form (i.e. Penny Post) for a long time, but would the change and split from the GPO (General Post Office) be the chart to look at? With all the strikes going on atm it feels (knowing Pluto will journey into Aqua for a while this year) that the PO, NHS, Train companies etc., may be on a very fast downward trajectory this coming year.
    Collywobbles coming on!

  8. No specific question just a comment and putting my thoughts out there. Others welcome to chip in.

    I woke up yesterday, ahead of the new moon where it joins venus, mercury, pluto in Capricorn, thinking about whether Pluto in Aquarius may see an outbreak of new political parties.

    It seems to me that the Conservative party has become the home for the traditional rightwingers. If you go back to the 70s/80s there were more groups like the British National Party and other splinters. At the beginning of Pluto in Capricorn we had UKIP taking up some of their vote and there was a shortlived time in 2019 when some Conservatives like Heidi Allen broke aware to form The Independent Group / Change UK. Many of these smaller parties still exist and there was a rise in representation at local elections but nothing happening on the bigger stage.

    It’s like Pluto in Capricorn has led to the Conservatives consuming all the right wing votes which seems like a typical Pluto power move and given it’s in Capricorn – which is all about assuming and consolidating control with no room for dissent.

    If you were to look at the Conservative party as a person, a therapist would have a field day with all the different personalities and neuroses and personality disorders that it’s trying to keep under control and avoid addressing. A human being with that much inner discord would be flailing around in dysfunction, just as we see with the Conservatives.

    Now we’re moving towards Aquarius. And the whole point of Aqua is to pick holes (be contrarian) in the status quo and system that Capricorn has set up. And Aqua doesn’t care what others think, it just does its thing.

    So I’m wondering whether we will start to see more people (both existing poiliticians and others) saying “I’ve had enough of these parties. I’m setting my own one up. I don’t care that my policies aren’t good enough or that I’ll lose my deposit. I don’t care what you think or who I harm in the process. I’m just doing it – screw you”.

    • MTG and Lauren Opal Boebert with their Christian Nationalist and guntoting themes are early examples of these nutcase parties. Will the camp followers be absorbed or be found lying along the roadsides?

    • Merry Christmas.
      Thanks for your thoughts.”
      “I’ve had enough of these parties”
      I have for sure.Me,an Aqua feels what’s coming along.
      Well,what about the Dictators.
      I hope they will be thrown in the ditches where they belong.

    • @ gnarly dude
      Well i would say that with covid and the ukraine war, the “unholly trinity” of censure, index and propoganda has come back. Scary times ahead

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