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Trump timeline update – swampy, bad-tempered, disheartening

 

Trump at the moment is frustrated and furious with tr Pluto opposition his Sun/Mars midpoint running since February when the virus started to take centre stage and the economy tanked. That influence rolls on till early July and returns late January into February 2021 at the same time as tr Pluto opposes his Venus/Saturn midpoint pushing him into his emotional wound of being unloved and creating depression.

From 5th July he picks up the catastrophic tr Uranus square his Mars/Saturn midpoint, to which Ebertin ascribes accidents, illness or tests of nervous strength. At the same time he has the disruptive tr Uranus square his Pluto. Both keep running till late September, and return in April 2021 along with a blocked tr Saturn in opposition to both his Pluto and Mars/Saturn, and those run on and off till early 2022.

July 6 to August 18 he has the discouraging tr Pluto opposition his Saturn, returning late November till late December.

He will get some uplift mid August to late November from tr Pluto trine his Mars/Jupiter midpoint though that’s minor and it won’t outweigh the fraught tr Pluto opposition his Mars/Uranus running at the same time and the other influences.

He’s got an extended run ahead of Neptune transits this year and more so next which tend to lower energy and undermine ego-driven ambitions, and can also indicate underhand and deceptive tactics. He’s nerve-stretched at the moment and not thinking clearly with tr Neptune square his Sun/Uranus midpoint late April to late August. Tr Neptune squares Uranus/Node through September; and opposes his Progressed Moon over the election which are much the same.

Into 2021 from late March 2021 tr Neptune squares his Moon and then his Sun, on and off till early 2023.

The June Lunar Eclipse this year will be opposition his Uranus for a shake up; and more significantly the December 23 Sagittarius Eclipse will conjunct his Moon and oppose his Sun. A Solar Eclipse opposition a natal Sun usually brings a realisation of not always being right and needing to acquire a fresh perspective. A Solar Eclipse conjunct the Moon brings up the past and tests the foundations of life in a major way. It can bring public image under scrutiny. Robert Jansky says: ‘If society considers you a valuable person it will let you know. If they don’t think much of your efforts, they’ll let you know that as well.” These Eclipses repeat through 2021.

His Solar Return was horrific from June 2019 to 2020 with the Saturn Pluto conjunction in his 10th opposition Mars Mercury in the 4th – career blockage resulting in temper tantrums. The Solar Return June 2020 to June 2021 isn’t as stressed though it does indicate a change of career direction with Uranus in the 10th.

His Term chart which has the central Jupiter opposition Uranus square Pluto T Square – opportunistic, control-freaky, arrogant and contemptuous of rules, running legal battles – is being exacerbated by tr Pluto square the Jupiter from mid August to late November, so dirty tricks are not beyond the bounds of possibility.

At the election the Progressed Moon will be exactly square the Term Mars and conjunct Saturn, which sounds like a setback, though it’s a fast-moving influence.

From previous April 11 post:

His relationship chart with the USA sees tr Pluto opposition the composite Mars from late January 2020, returning July to mid August, and late November through December; with jolts and jangles from tr Uranus opposition the composite Pluto and trine Saturn in March.

The June Cancer Eclipse will conjunct the relationship composite Sun which could be a critical turning point; with the July Capricorn Lunar Eclipse hitting the composite Venus for an emotional shock.

His relationship charts with both Republican charts, 28 February 1854 and 22 February 1856, are stressed this year and on. The 1854 chart especially from exactly now to mid-June with tr Saturn square the composite Sun and inconjunct Mars; with a disappointment-writ-large tr Neptune square the composite Pluto.

Individual charts are always a mess running into elections though admittedly his wasn’t in 2016/17 with a wealth of Jupiter to speed him into the White House against the odds. He has none of those this time round, quite the reverse. Even GW Bush who didn’t win the 2000 election against Al Gore had more encouraging transits than he does this time round.

 

 

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7 thoughts on “Trump timeline update – swampy, bad-tempered, disheartening

  1. For me, the Tr Uranus squaring his Natal Pluto=Sat/Mars in his 12th house is the big one to watch. Using whole sign houses this falls in his first house! However, the 12th house is very apt, considering issues arising from the Virus.

    Also transits to his N Jupiter which trines N Uranus are the planets to watch, as they brought him success in 2016.
    His nodal return 29 Oct 2020, a few days before election, has T Neptune sq N Uranus, T Mars opp N Jupiter.

  2. Today, Trump announced that covid deaths are being over-counted, without providing any evidence (of course). If we listen to him long enough, the dead will arise.

  3. ‘The Solar Return June 2020 to June 2021 isn’t as stressed though it does indicate a change of career direction with Uranus in the 10th.’ Oh so there’s hope then?!

    I also note the June eclipse will conjunct the Trump/Republican composite North Node by 2 degrees. Is composite Uranus too far out of orb at 20deg Gemini? How could this be play out please? More hope?

    Hope after all that he will decide to jump ship or GOP will kick him off?

    Kinda excited to watch this play out now as long as he doesn’t do the unthinkable like start a war for clout.

    One thing you have to say about Trump is he made damn sure his name has been on every one’s lips since the start of this crazy ride. King of reality TV not so kingly in reality.

  4. Overall, one aspect stands out to me: tr Pluto opposing Saturn. In 2016, Trump had Jupiter’s support. Now tr Jupiter is powering up Pluto as tr Saturn backs up to join them until after the election. Pluto transits to Saturn are relentless / merciless. As Robert Hand writes of this opposition, “…the kind of overt success that everyone can clearly recognize is not likely to come now.” With both Jupiter and Saturn bolstering Pluto on US election day, I’d call it a fait accompli.

  5. I would imagine that Trump will have a hard time getting re-elected due to his slow and poor handling of the coronavirus pandemic and high unemployment. But the public is usually reticent towards changing administration in the middle of a major crisis. The Moon will be in Gemini on the day of the election, where it will be conjuncting his Sun, and the North Node in Sagittarius will be close to his Moon. Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto will be trining his MC around this period as well. That seems to indicate public approval. But tr. Saturn/Pluto will be opposing his Venus about 3 weeks before the election, which is not good for popularity. These transits will also be affecting the US Mercury/Pluto opposition, and tr. Mars in Aries will be affecting that and the US Sun/Saturn over the coming months as well. tr. Neptune in Pisces is moving to oppose the US Mars, which is very deflated for a few years out.

    In short, I don’t really see us moving beyond the current crisis until 2022 at the very least.

    • I’d agree on 2022 for the USA at the earliest since the Pluto Return won’t clear until late 2023. And the UK will be in economic turmoil from 2021 for several years. However the Eclipses do start to look more upbeat Saros-series-wise from mid 2021 onwards so small steps of cheer.

  6. With 80,000 dead and 30 million-plus unemployed because of Trump’s mishandling of the
    COVID 19 virus, the late Enoch Powell’s words spring to mind regarding his future as POTUS:-

    “All political lives, unless they are cut off in midstream at a happy juncture, end in failure,
    because that is the nature of politics and of human affairs.”

    I doubt he will serve another term with such an overwhelming human and financial disaster
    on his hands.

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