McCarthy Fills Cantor’s Shoes

When Virginia’s Eric Cantor lost his primary contest to an upstart Tea Party candidate in early June, the political world erupted into a massive, hyperventilating fit from the shock. Establishment Republicans feared the complete demise of a GOP consumed by the bizarre, uncompromising, and self-righteous fringe. Immigration reform was declared dead, as pundits assumed Cantor’s support of this provocative issue the cause of his collapse. Needless to say, while the wailing and gnashing of teeth expressed the dismay of mainstream Republicans, those on the extreme right were ecstatic.

How ironic then that the man chosen to replace Cantor was Kevin McCarthy, a non-Tea Party conservative who also supports immigration reform and is seen as a generally nice guy and not a rabid ideologue.  Many wonder how the mild-mannered Californian will handle the high stress, demanding job of House Majority Leader. They may be in for a surprise.mccarthy

McCarthy was born on January 26, 1965, in the midst of the Uranus/Pluto conjunction, the astrological signifier of the transformative tumult of the 1960’s. Although his chart eases that intense knot of energy by placing it within a tight grand trine in earth signs, it is the extraordinary potency found in the chart’s progressions from 2014 through mid-2018 that is of particular interest. Moreover, the transits of both Uranus and Pluto in 2014 and 2015 will be further electrifying an already powerful mix.

In McCarthy’s chart, the Uranus (14Virgo13)/ Pluto (15Virgo56) conjunction is currently being crossed by both progressed retrograde Mars and converse progressed Mars. Progressed Mars is also crossing progressed Pluto, while converse Mars is also crossing converse Uranus. All of this is happening at 14-15 degrees Virgo. In addition, the converse Sun (15Sagitarrius) is squaring natal Pluto, converse Mars, and natal Uranus during the period from early 2014 through early 2016. What all of this suggests is that McCarthy will become increasingly and uncharacteristically aggressive and engaged in world-shifting power struggles from 2014 through mid-2018. Moreover, as transiting Uranus quincunxes these potentized degrees and transiting Pluto trines them during 2014 and 2015, we will see this already volatile energy pumped up on steroids. The first round of this has already transpired with transiting Uranus (sudden upsets and unexpected changes) activating the converse Sun square to converse and natal Pluto (power struggles and transformation) at exactly the time of the primary election and its immediate aftermath.

The next big trigger, again coming from transiting Uranus, will again activate converse Sun square Pluto during all of August, followed by transiting Uranus triggering progressed Mars conjunct progressed Pluto, converse Sun square to converse Mars, and converse Mars conjunct converse Uranus, from September 1 through October 3. This combination suggests an exceptionally combative, take-no-prisoners McCarthy will step up in September to push the House GOP agenda at that time. Given the recently announced scheme to “sue the president”, it is not hard to imagine we may see some of the drama from this conjured up fight played out at that time, conveniently a few months before the election.

The next big trigger of this extraordinary Mars/Sun/Uranus/Pluto configuration will come from January through June 2015, when transiting Pluto will trine and transiting Uranus will quincunx most of these overlapping progressions. McCarthy will again be at the top of his game and very aggressive, manipulative, and willing to push the envelope of accepted norms quite far (Uranus). There is also likely to be a great deal of frustration for him during much of the same period (January through April) with the Saturn station square to his natal Saturn (3Pisces57) and possibly conjunct his Moon at some point during those months (3 Sagittarius at noon, no birth time).

Although there are three progressions in McCarthy’s chart involving Mars that will continue through 2016, two into early 2017, and one all the way through July 2018, the final big trigger to these aspects comes at the end of 2015 from a trine by transiting Pluto. This suggests one of those end-of-the-year legislative hit squads attempting to push through very conservative legislation, with McCarthy very much in the midst of the brawl.  So much for that nice, affable guy from California.

139 comments

  1. Lorrie U says:

    This kind of reinforces the saying, “be careful of what you wish for.” Sounds like we’re going from bad to worse, just at a time when we hoped it would get better. While we’re all drowning, they’re still just making mischief. Hope they don’t go for another govt. shutdown.

  2. starlight says:

    Lorrie – Given this is the age of the Uranus/Pluto square, it makes sense we will have someone with a strong, activated Uranus/Pluto aspect involved. As I have said before, Assad of Syria has a Uranus/Pluto conjunction in his natal chart, triggered by progressed Mars over the past few years. He has been another star player in current events. Personally, I will be glad when this aspect is behind us.

    On a lighter note, anyone who grew up in the 60′s and remembers the Four Seasons might want to see the movie Jersey Boys. It brings back a whole era. We saw it last night.

  3. starlight says:

    There is a Moon/Saturn square tomorrow until around 2 PM that will trigger Saturn stationary sesquiquadrate Obama’s Venus. It seems likely the Hobby Lobby case will be announced by then, and it does not look good for the president’s side. Maybe Jupiter trine his MC will help him, but I am very concerned about that Saturn/Moon aspect at such a crucial time.

  4. alex says:

    Rep. McCarthy (Bakersfield) R-CA
    49 years old

    CA Senators 2014

    Diane Feinstein is 81 years old, up for re-election 2019
    Barbara Boxer is 74 years old, up for re-election 2016

    MCCARTHY Solar Arc Sun

    2014 SA Sun @25 Pisces
    2015 ” ” @26 Pisces
    2016 ” ” @27 Pisces
    2017 ” ” @28 Pisces
    2018 ” ” @29 Pisces *
    2019 ” ” @00 Aries

  5. alex says:

    Rep. Kevin McCarthy DOD 1/26/1965

    Grand Water Trine June 14, 2019

    Moon @18 Scorpio (cnj McCarthy Neptune 19SC)

    trine

    Neptune @18 Pisces (wide cnj McCarthy Chiron 15PI)

    trine

    MARS @18 Cancer *(opposite McCarthy Mercury, Venus 18 CP)

    YEAR 2017

    McCarthy Natal Mars @28 Virgo
    opposite
    McCarthy 2017 Solar Arc Sun @28 Pisces

  6. alex says:

    MCCARTHY
    Natal Saturn @03PI, Natal Moon @03SG (noon moon)

    2015 Transiting Saturn – retrograde schedule

    08 Dec 2014 02:47am, 28 Scorpio 17′ Saturn Enters Rx Zone

    14 Mar 2015 09:37am, 04 Sagittarius 56′Rx Saturn Stationary Retrograde

    02 Aug 2015 00:43am, 28 Scorpio 17′ Saturn Stationary Direct

    08 Nov 2015 06:38am, 04 Sagittarius 56′ Saturn Leaves Rx Zone

  7. Prabhata says:

    Nancy, I see so much heart burn for McCarthy after the November election, that I tend to believe his majority position will be contested again. The TP and its supporters were not happy with the election of McCarthy. Looking at his chart, and especially if he was born with a Scorpio Moon, e.g. 1am, he may not be reelected.

  8. Prabhata says:

    I mean not reelected Majority Leader. His district is seen as a safe Republican seat.

  9. alex says:

    Prabhata

    I agree he will not keep or have hard time being re-elected as
    Majority leader after this but;

    (2014 he is running for re-election Congress unopposed in his district…. FAIL by CA Democratic party and the DNC not to guess he was going to be climbing UP in the GOP; McCarthy was one of the GOP members of the SUPER CONGRESS that brought us the sequester; opposition in CA has to go for 2016 to get his Seat in House of Representatives)

    in any case I don’t think he’ll mind losing or giving up Majority leader if it doesn’t help his political trajectory for … his next goal as US SENATOR FOR CA (I don’t know if he has ambitions for Governor of CA 2018 I’ll have to study up on him )

  10. alex says:

    continued:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin_McCarthy_(California_politician)

    my first impression of a 1AM chart is that it puts his natal sun in the third house in the SUBJECTIVE SECTOR ( not strong place for
    political career) but more than that it gives him only natal Jupiter in the Western quadrant objective sector above the horizon; not much Interdependence social relationships talent / experience/skills set there

    just speculating one possibily:

    put the 2014 Election node sign and degree as his ASC – DES

    19Libra ASC – 19 Aries DES to make his natal have Cardinal cross
    Cancer Midheaven/Capricorn IC

    and push the other house cusps one place over that puts his natal Sun possibly late 4TH house with mercury & venus in early 4th house..his natal Saturn & Chiron in 5TH house ( his history shows he is not gambler mentality doesn’t take risks he went for steps in life certain to be profitable in money for leadership power-wise;

    his signature Earth Trine would shift to: quessing speculative

    Pluto & Uranus Virgo 12th House, Jupiter Taurus 8th House, Mercury & Venus Capricorn 4th House

    this Planet Trine house locations match up to his lifepath history and his use of natal planetary energies

    but then if I flipped speculative chart to put ASC 19 Aries and Midheaven Capricorn then those planet location are even better match to his personal lifepath:

    mercury & venus at cusp of Midheaven, Sun in 10th House, that could put his earth trine in 2H-JU/TA, 6TH-PL,UR/VI, 9H-ME,VE/CP

    his natal saturn/pisces might be 11TH house & natal chiron/pisces 12TH house

    I think he has a Cardinal Cross…. the second hypothetical makes some sense to me because of the Earth Trine and Sun 10TH;

  11. alex says:

    I’ve settled on McCarthy being Aries ASC…. Capricorn Midheaven
    and I’ll test the upcoming transits on that chart for awhile and see what events take place that activate his natal points/planets

  12. alex says:

    and with Aries ASC his competitiveness = Mars is in 6TH:

    his voice & photogenic qualities:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKtBpMVFrng

    recent interview Majority leader (safe territory) his voice
    not under much stress except for his personal expectations for outcome of this teevee appearance

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7NRtRBIHOg

    his teevee appearance (safe territory) as Majority Whip
    voice not under stress

  13. Prabhata says:

    Nancy, I don’t have McCarthy’s birth certificate, but having looked at the 2006 and 2008 election, I’m convinced that his natal Moon is somewhere between 27 and 28 degrees Scorpio, maybe closer to 27.

  14. will says:

    “McCarthy” – the irony does not escape me.

  15. alex says:

    Nancy’s epic analysis of Kevin McCarthy is of great interest to me
    for various reasons one of which is that he has and will personally kill high speed rail in CA, which was going to bring jobs and much needed train transportation into corridor of San Francisco to Los Angeles; he is going to block federal money that has already been assigned to the task of building the high speed rail; he is on record already doing so/saying that he will further do so; this is unacceptable he is going to hurt CA and the people of CA badly…

    and if that weren’t enough Nancy has nailed what his ambitions are; he will be a ruinious right wing conservative Koch/GOP/TEA/Libertarian/Neocon dragg on the nation growth and stability;

    per Nancy: end of 2015 leads legislative hit squads (Progressed Mars in Virgo trine Transiting Pluto in Capricorn;

    various astro-direction triggers to his natal Uranus 14 virgo, Pluto 15 Virgo (aggression, manipulation, pushing the envelop)

  16. Helen says:

    Poverty ignored on television news:

    ABC discussed poverty in just three stories in the 14-month period.
    “There is no legitimate justification for ignoring a story affecting tens of millions of our most vulnerable, under any circumstances,” said FAIR’s Steve Rendall. “But now, with GOP poverty proposals under discussion, the rationalization that journalists cannot cover the issue unless it’s first raised by politicians has been demolished. TV news is all out of excuses for ignoring poverty.”

    http://goldenageofgaia.com/2014/06/30/millions-in-poverty-get-less-media-coverage-than-482-billionaires/#more-222074

  17. starlight says:

    ISIS declared itself a Caliphate as of Sunday morning. They evidently posted it online. If anyone can further refine the time of the announcement, it would be greatly appreciated. I used 9 AM for my initial estimate, but it could be sunrise or late morning.

  18. starlight says:

    As predicted yesterday, the Moon/Saturn square today pretty much guaranteed a loss for Obama’s side of the Hobby Lobby case.

  19. Helen says:

    Privatized government – the Detroit template:

    “Your vote: Forget it. Your right to go to court: Forget that too. Any accountability of your local government: Don’t make me laugh.
    ………They’re working a corporate gouging operation on another whole level. If people can’t see that in these mass water shut-offs, they’re simply blind.”

    http://www.opednews.com/articles/Detroit-s-Emergency-Manage-by-Joan-Brunwasser-Assets_Capitalism-Over-Humanity_Community_Corporate-140629-983.html

  20. Anne's Aunt says:

    So, Hobby Lobby won. This is yet another reason we need a D in the white house and a vote for a third party will further degrade the supreme court. Thank god that Obama was able to appoint two (female!) liberal justices. The next president has the chance to change the makeup of the court too. There is lots of legit criticism of Obama (or ANY president) and of potential candidate Clinton, but the courts test the laws in this country and the justices are extremely important. One, maybe two justices will be retiring in the next 4-8 years and it is vital that a D is nominating replacements.

  21. Anne's Aunt says:

    Starlight, as far as I can tell Is Is declared over the weekend which puts the date more likely on the 28th. As far as the time, remember that we are not in the same time zones at all so if you set the time for June 28 at midnight then it would mean they declared sometime Saturday morning. 9am on Sunday would put the declaration in the middle of Saturday night. But still, Is Is has been around and building for a long time.

  22. Prabhata says:

    Re: Hobby Lobby decision. There’s a basic principle: all laws must apply equally.

    “Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg called the decision “potentially sweeping” because it minimizes the government’s interest in uniform compliance with laws affecting the workplace.

    But it was the Obama administration that created the gap in “uniform compliance” by creating an exception for certain groups due to religious reasons. The court interestingly recognized that Obama’s policy of exception was to closed groups, and in that same thinking, The Supreme Court allows Hobby Lobby to take the exception.

    A good decision by the Supreme Court.

  23. Kitty says:

    Frivolous info about “Loser McCarthy” He fits with the dark side of “House of Cards”!

    Kevin McCarthy: 5 things you didn’t know

    http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/210148-five-things-to-know-about-kevin-mccarthy

  24. Prabhata says:

    Nancy, this is the earliest (breaking) story I found on the declaration of the Islamic State. The time is UTC, one of the nice things about RT.

    http://rt.com/news/169256-isis-create-islamic-state/

  25. Prabhata says:

    Nancy, it appears the declaration was made via internet, but from Raqa, Syria, the ISIS stronghold. by Rana MOUSSAOUI (independent journalist):

    An activist in Raqa, the bastion of ISIL, told AFP via the Internet: “Large convoys of ISIL members arrived in the city just as the declaration was issued, to celebrate their caliphate.

  26. alex says:

    Kitty

    Where to begin – McCarthy’s voting record is scary. McCarthy was doing budget deals for Arnold (the Terminator) when he was Governor of CA. CA was in the toilet by the time Arnold left.

    McCarthy’s is one of the House of Representatives biggest OWNERS of the Koch/GOP/Tea/Libertarian/Neocon WAR ON WOMEN…

    Nancy’s column is telling you – she has McCarthy booked as troublemaker legislator. Why the DNC didn’t challenge him for the 2014 elections I’ll never know. McCarthy was on the SUPER CONGRESS committee that brought us the sequester.

    He’s young, he’s ambitious, it looks like he’s going to be around a long time unless the CA Democrats get their act together and take his seat.

  27. alex says:

    we might have a better shot at stopping discrimination against women if we all were Incorporated Subsidiary Citizens in a non-profit corporate group that had lobbyists and could go to court to protect our interests;

  28. Anne's Aunt says:

    Something that I strongly disagree with Obama on is announcing $500 million in Lethal aid to “moderate” Syrian rebels. Who are they exactly? CIA? That is not specified, of course. They say simply that they are “vetted”. Who vets them? By what standards? Throwing money at this is like throwing gasoline on a fire. He could have done this without announcing it so he must have a reason for doing it this way. He builds this on some CIA operation. What could possibly go wrong?

    If he is doing this for political show, like his loudly stated desires to bomb Syria, then I think it is a very bad move. Crying wolf too many times.

    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2014/06/26/231684/obama-seeks-military-aid-for-syrian.html

  29. Anne's Aunt says:

    Alex, if the Ds actually supported women’s rights at least one party would.

  30. starlight says:

    Prabhata – Most places say it was announced “Sunday morning”. If that is Eastern time, it would be in the afternoon in Iraq. Sunday is the first day of Ramadan and they wanted to do it at the same time. From what I can tell, 10:30 AM in Iraq on Sunday is the latest possible time.

  31. Prabhata says:

    Nancy, here is the tweet:

    https://twitter.com/AbuBakrAl_Janab/statuses/483273357685952513

    The time is June 29, 2014 15:38 UTC

  32. Lorrie U says:

    On FB:

    Documents filed with the Department of Labor and dated December 2012—three months after the company’s owners filed their lawsuit—show that the Hobby Lobby 401(k) employee retirement plan held more than $73 million in mutual funds with investments in companies that produce emergency contraceptive pills, intrauterine devices, and drugs commonly used in abortions. Hobby Lobby makes large matching contributions to this company-sponsored 401(k).

    Several of the mutual funds in Hobby Lobby’s retirement plan have stock holdings in companies that manufacture the specific drugs and devices that the Green family, which owns Hobby Lobby, is fighting to keep out of Hobby Lobby’s health care policies: the emergency contraceptive pills Plan B and Ella, and copper and hormonal intrauterine devices.

    These companies include Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, which makes Plan B and ParaGard, a copper IUD, and Actavis, which makes a generic version of Plan B and distributes Ella. Other stock holdings in the mutual funds selected by Hobby Lobby include Pfizer, the maker of Cytotec and Prostin E2, which are used to induce abortions; Bayer, which manufactures the hormonal IUDs Skyla and Mirena; AstraZeneca, which has an Indian subsidiary that manufactures Prostodin, Cerviprime, and Partocin, three drugs commonly used in abortions; and Forest Laboratories, which makes Cervidil, a drug used to induce abortions. Several funds in the Hobby Lobby retirement plan also invested in Aetna and Humana, two health insurance companies that cover surgical abortions, abortion drugs, and emergency contraception in many of the health care policies they sell.

    So, this probably was a move against Obama and the ACA rather than religion…and I’d place a bet that the lawsuit was funded by Koch money.

  33. Eliseo says:

    I barely have words. I am shocked beyond belief at the scotus Hobby Lobby decision. This sets one religion above all others. It is not a victory for religious freedom, but an open door to religious tyranny.

    I am also deeply saddened by our national and state level regression on women’s issues. How far will we go on this?

    As I am almost speechless –
    a good commentary on this decision by Lea Grover:
    My God is Better Than Your God, or What the Hobby Lobby Ruling Could Mean For You – Lea Grover
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lea-grover/my-god-is-better-than-your-god_b_5544178.html

  34. Prabhata says:

    401k plans are owned by the employees.

    For that reason, Hobby Lobby’s 401k plans which are owned by the EMPLOYEES should not be looked as Hobby Lobby investments.

  35. Anne's Aunt says:

    Elisio, actually the court ruled narrowly and the problem was that Obama, himself, put the religious exclusion clause in the ACA. Aa far as the law was written he willingly opened a gaping hole for the court to have some grounds for a ruling like this. This is what happens when Obama tries to be very inclusive of all R ideas and ideologies, to compromise FIRST, not fight for women’s rights, to naively think that he could “change the tone” in politics and to be post-partisan. The left will try to blame this ALL on conservatives, but there is blame and lessons to learn all around.

    This is another reason I’ll support Clinton next election. She has been extremely outspoken on national health care. Her plan was for a mandated coverage and if someone did not get coverage they would be auto-enrolled in medicare – not fined and left without health insurance at all. I have not heard what Warren or Sanders has to say about -national- health care. Sorry, but this ruling really annoys me.

  36. Anne's Aunt says:

    Unfortunately Alex, the Ds do a good show of supporting women’s rights but in policy making they are not good.

  37. alex says:

    EXCERPT

    The Obama administration and allied Democrats on the Hill quickly began exploring potential responses to the Supreme Court’s decision Monday to dramatically limit the contraception mandate in the president’s health care law.

    A Senate Democratic leadership aide told The Huffington Post that the party was already crafting a bill to respond to the ruling, which said the government cannot force closely held corporations to pay for contraception coverage if their owners object on religious grounds.

    There are at least four types of regulatory or legislative fixes that Democrats might pursue. One would be to write a new regulation requiring an insurer to cover the cost of contraception that the corporation claiming a religious objection refused to cover. The second would be to have the government, in some fashion, cover the cost of that contraception. The third would be to amend the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (which was the basis of Hobby Lobby’s successful lawsuit) to specify that corporations are not granted certain protections given to individuals and others. The fourth would be to amend the statute in the opposite direction, by adding explicit language protecting individuals from having employers’ religious beliefs imposed on them.

    The last option is being pushed by the Center for American Progress, a think tank closely aligned with the Obama White House. But Obama administration officials are hesitant to pursue a response that would amend the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, wary of the unintended repercussions. Their preference is to simply restore the health care benefits lost in the Hobby Lobby decision and to do so through legislation as opposed to executive action.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/06/30/white-house-hobby-lobby_n_5544287.html?utm_hp_ref=politics

  38. alex says:

    The Senate recently voted on my bill to let millions of people refinance their student loans down to lower rates.

    It fell short by two votes.

    To be clear, a majority of senators supported the bill. 58 senators were ready to go our way. But a Republican filibuster stood in the way.

    This November, the Republicans are trying to defeat one of the top reformers pushing to restore majority rule in the Senate: my friend Jeff Merkley of Oregon.

    They’re also doing whatever it takes to take control of the Senate by defeating progressives in other key races across the country.

    My Democratic colleagues Tom Harkin and Tim Johnson are retiring this year, and Bruce Braley and Rick Weiland are progressives running for those open Senate seats in Iowa and South Dakota.

    They both strongly support my student debt bill, and giving our kids a fair shot to succeed has become a big campaign issue in both states.

    But if Republicans take control of the Senate, most progressive ideas won’t even get a vote. Not the minimum wage, or equal pay for equal work, or holding Wall Street accountable, or reducing student debt.

    To keep our momentum up, we need our Democratic candidates to win in 2014.

    PCCC supporters donated more than $1.17 million to my campaign — $3 and $10 at a time. Together, we stood up to the powerful interests trying to defeat us.

    Your help was vitally important, and I’m deeply grateful. Since then, we’ve been partners pushing a progressive agenda.

    We have many tough fights ahead, but I know one thing: if you don’t fight, you can’t win. So let’s keep fighting.

    Senator Elizabeth Warren

  39. Lorrie U says:

    Prabhata – Employees contraceptives also belong to the employee, along with their 401K’s. It hypocritical! And wrong!

  40. Lorrie U says:

    Anne’s Aunt – The religious exclusion clause in the ACA for religious organizations is entirely different than exclusion for employees of a for-profit company, privately held or otherwise! Stop blaming Obama for everything! And the dems cannot make policy without cooperation until they have a majority, so please just stop the blame game and become proactive.

    Sign the pledge: Boycott Hobby Lobby
    http://bit.ly/1x56wF7

  41. Kitty says:

    Women need to file a discrimination law-suit !
    Hobby Lobby sells over priced reproductions and junk and I have boycotted them for years.

    Hobby Lobby Still Covers Vasectomies And Viagra

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/06/30/hobby-lobby-viagra_n_5543916.html

    Alex, McCarthy is a total menace, as well as the rest of the House Republicans–Calif. needs to get their act together and vote him out.

  42. starlight says:

    Thanks, Prabhata

  43. starlight says:

    Ginsburg’s Hobby Lobby dissent put to music:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GY1TJ8JazkQ#t=92

    How interesting that they insisted this case could not be used as precedent for much else, just like Bush v. Gore, another travesty. In their bones, they knew it was a perversion of the law, written just to indulge their right-wing anti-Obama obsession. As a legal principle or as precedent, based on our Constitution, this ruling is incoherent.

  44. Lorrie U says:

    Hobby Lobby: ‘Closely Held’ Does Not Mean ‘Mom and Pop’

    It’s worth pointing out, as Justice Ginsberg also noted, “’Closely held’ is not synonymous with ‘small.’” Hobby Lobby is a massive corporation employing some 13,000 people, but there are other closely held companies that are much larger. In a footnote, Ginsberg mentions family-owned Mars, Inc. and closely held Cargill, which are both among the largest five private companies in the country.

    Guess which is number two? Koch industries, with $115 billion in revenue and 60,000 employees. Brothers David and Charles Koch reportedly own 84 percent. Rounding out the top five private companies are Dell and Bechtel. Those five companies employ more than 436,000 people. What religious claims might their owners find useful to make in undermining laws that protect their workers?

    http://blog.pfaw.org/content/hobby-lobby-closely-held-does-not-mean-mom-and-pop

  45. alex says:

    Rep. Kevin McCarthy Koch/GOP/Tea/Libertarian/Neocon Majority Leader

    2018 Solar Arc Sun @29 Pisces
    conjunct
    Natal Vesta @29 Pisces

    —————

    19 years old won lottery – Five Thousand Dollars – opened Deli business subsequently sold the business for college tuition California State University Bakersfield

    December 17, 1984 (Speculative Transit Triggers)

    Transiting JUPITER @18 Capricorn
    conjunct
    Natal Mercury @18 Capricorn, Natal Venus @18 Capricorn

    Transiting VENUS @09 Aquarius
    conjunct
    Natal Ceres @10 Aquarius

    sextile

    Natal Eris @10 Aries
    Transiting Dk Lilith @11 Aries

    Transiting URANUS @14 Sagittarius(apex T-Square)
    square
    Natal North Node @22 Gemini
    Natal South Node @22 Sagittarius

  46. alex says:

    continued McCarthy 1984 Transits to Natal

    CORRECTION

    Transiting URANUS @14 Sagittarius(apex T-Square)
    square
    Natal Chiron @15 Pisces
    Natal Uranus @14 Virgo, Natal Pluto @15 Virgo

  47. virgo says:

    Starlight
    Thanks for that youtube video. “The court, I fear, has entered into a minefield.”I wonder is the astrology of their decision. Does the end of a retrograde mean that the decision gets repeated until rectified.

  48. alex says:

    continued: Kevin McCarthy

    Transits 12/17/1984

    Transiting URANUS @14 Sagittarius (apex T-Square)
    square
    Natal Chiron @15 Pisces
    Natal Uranus @14 Virgo, Natal Pluto @15 Virgo

    The Great Attractor (Abell 3627)

    Tropical Longitude:14 Sagittarius 02 22 (epoch 2000.0)
    Latitude: 38 S 54
    Sidereal Longitude: 19 Scorpio 18 11
    Right Ascension: 243 53 12
    Declination: 64 S 55

    http://mountainastrologer.com/tma/tuning-into-the-subtler-signals-in-the-sky

    EXCERPT

    Any astrologer who has been practicing for very long knows that certain themes weave in and out of one’s life as one reads charts. The latest theme for me is the importance of the middle degrees of Sagittarius, which have appeared often in my clients’ charts. This is the location of a super-galactic gravitational anomaly called the Great Attractor. What the heck is that, you might ask?

    In his “cosmic blip” newsletter of October 28, Philip Sedgwick describes the Great Attractor thus: “This amazing ‘thing’ is one of the most powerful pulling influences in deep space. It radiates in every energy spectrum and is one of the most gravitationally potent objects in the Universe. Its gravitational effects actually bend light around the Great Attractor such that it can be seen from behind.” Philip notes that the “symbolic imagery is important at times when one stands on tip toes wanting to know what looms over the next horizon…”

  49. alex says:

    continued: Kevin McCarthy

    Transiting Uranus @14 Sagittarius – apex T-Square
    (Great Attractor – Gravitational Lensing)
    square
    Natal Chiron @15 Pisces
    Natal Uranus @14 Virgo, Natal Pluto @15 Virgo

    12/17/1984

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_lens

    EXCERPT

    Gravitational Lensing (Great Attractor)

    Spacetime around a massive object (such as a galaxy cluster or a black hole) is curved, and as a result light rays from a background source (such as a galaxy) propagating through spacetime are bent. The lensing effect can magnify and distort the image of the background source.

    Unlike an optical lens, maximum ‘bending’ occurs closest to, and minimum ‘bending’ furthest from, the center of a gravitational lens. Consequently, a gravitational lens has no single focal point, but a focal line instead. If the (light) source, the massive lensing object, and the observer lie in a straight line, the original light source will appear as a ring around the massive lensing object. If there is any misalignment the observer will see an arc segment instead.

    This phenomenon was first mentioned in 1924 by the St. Petersburg physicist Orest Chwolson, and quantified by Albert Einstein in 1936. It is usually referred to in the literature as an Einstein ring, since Chwolson did not concern himself with the flux or radius of the ring image.

    More commonly, where the lensing mass is complex (such as a galaxy group or cluster) and does not cause a spherical distortion of space–time, the source will resemble partial arcs scattered around the lens. The observer may then see multiple distorted images of the same source; the number and shape of these depending upon the relative positions of the source, lens, and observer, and the shape of the gravitational well of the lensing object.

    Gravitational lenses act equally on all kinds of electromagnetic radiation, not just visible light.

  50. Anne's Aunt says:

    Lorrie U, I am not “blaming Obama for everything”. That is just silly. Laws are laws and not hopes and dreams. They follow certain rules and are tested in the courts. Clauses and how laws are written are important in those testings. Laws try to get to justice, but poorly worded or crafted laws can sometimes have the opposite effect. INTENSIONS are not LAWS as testing the laws will show! Nice intensions put into poorly crafted laws are pretty much worthless in a court like this. Anyone who expects this court will be magically different is being unrealistic. It is why liberal and female judicial appointments are so vital! Leaders and voters and engaged and active citizens need to know what oppositions they are going to be tested against.

    I am not a cancer who gives ****unquestioned*** and ***uncritical*** loyalty to those I ***believe*** in. Even beloved family members…when they are truly out of line I say it and deeply support and ***love*** them nonetheless. They know that and respect it and actually quietly come to me for guidance since they know I will not lie to them to falsely bolster them up but really want what is best for them! They can add my voice to the many.

    I expect Obama to be an actual adult leader and not need unwavering adoration, even worship, to lead. He has my support but my intelligence has not flown out the window because of that! I do not expect or WANT my leaders to be religious leaders and their praise by someone who thinks they speak for some god or another or some god like “entity” is NOT a plus in my book. This is earth, and saturn needs to be involved to make things work positively and in the long term.

    My problem with the ACA was that it was so full of compromises that this clause could -and was- read this way. Also, I had a problem with jettisoning the public option before negotiating, and to putting medicare for all off the table and single payer not even allowed at the table – Obama’s decisions. I also had a big problem with health insurance remaining in the control of corporate employers and not moving towards individual insurance policies.

    One would have to be a complete fool not to EXPECT this court to be ultra conservative and take that into account! We may WISH they weren’t but that only makes people hateful and angry and frustrated. That is the opposite of “proactive”!! I have already said that I’m very glad Obama appointed two female liberal justices and that it is vital that we have another D in office in the next term for that reason. And I’ve said that even tho I think the ACA was a very poorly crafted bill I support it and hope – and work – for its improvement. This same court ruled that the ACA is constitutional (which is a hint that the law is very pro-health care corporations and corporate control of health care).

    I am very pro-active, especially when it comes to women’s rights. I’m out there with my career, actions, voice, donations and consumer money. Obama is far better than any R (!!) but I have been disappointed several times in his non-understanding of what I see as core women’s rights, which include abortion. Pro-active does not mean abandoning one’s ideals and efforts for improvement for some form of worship – at least it doesn’t for me.

  51. Anne's Aunt says:

    Lorrie U, I am not “blaming Obama for everything”. That is just silly. Laws are laws and not hopes and dreams. They follow certain rules and are tested in the courts. Clauses and how laws are written are important in those testings. Laws try to get to justice, but poorly worded or crafted laws can sometimes have the opposite effect. INTENSIONS are not LAWS as testing the laws will show! Nice intensions put into poorly crafted laws are pretty much worthless in a court like this. Anyone who expects this court will be magically different is being unrealistic. It is why liberal and female judicial appointments are so vital! Leaders and voters and engaged and active citizens need to know what oppositions they are going to be tested against.

    I am not a cancer who gives ****unquestioned*** and ***uncritical*** loyalty to those I ***believe*** in. Even beloved family members…when they are truly out of line I say it and deeply support and ***love*** them nonetheless. They know that and respect it and actually quietly come to me for guidance since they know I will not lie to them to falsely bolster them up but really want what is best for them! They can add my voice to the many.

    I expect Obama to be an actual adult leader and not need unwavering adoration, even worship, to lead. He has my support but my intelligence has not flown out the window because of that! I do not expect or WANT my leaders to be religious leaders and their praise by someone who thinks they speak for some god or another or some god like “entity” is NOT a plus in my book. This is earth, and saturn needs to be involved to make things work positively and in the long term.

    continued….

  52. Anne's Aunt says:

    …..
    My problem with the ACA was that it was so full of compromises that this clause could -and was- read this way. Also, I had a problem with jettisoning the public option before negotiating, and to putting medicare for all off the table and single payer not even allowed at the table – Obama’s decisions. I also had a big problem with health insurance remaining in the control of corporate employers and not moving towards individual insurance policies.

    One would have to be a complete fool not to EXPECT this court to be ultra conservative and take that into account! We may WISH they weren’t but that only makes people hateful and angry and frustrated. That is the opposite of “proactive”!! I have already said that I’m very glad Obama appointed two female liberal justices and that it is vital that we have another D in office in the next term for that reason. And I’ve said that even tho I think the ACA was a very poorly crafted bill I support it and hope – and work – for its improvement. This same court ruled that the ACA is constitutional (which is a hint that the law is very pro-health care corporations and corporate control of health care).

    I am very pro-active, especially when it comes to women’s rights. I’m out there with my career, actions, voice, donations and consumer money. Obama is far better than any R (!!) but I have been disappointed several times in his non-understanding of what I see as core women’s rights, which include abortion. Pro-active does not mean abandoning one’s ideals and efforts for improvement for some form of worship – at least it doesn’t for me.

  53. Lorrie U says:

    What if a Muslim Company Used the ‘Hobby Lobby’ Decision to Impose Its Values on White Christians?

    Consider the following questions.

    Is there a “religious freedom” to practice housing discrimination if you are a member of a white supremacist “Christian” organization that leases or sells property? Does “religious freedom” for corporate entities trump anti-discrimination laws governing gender, sexuality, disability status, or race?

    The beautiful thing about religious faith is its malleability and vagueness. “Faith” is a belief which cannot be proven by ordinary or empirical means: this trait makes religion dangerous and disruptive to a functioning democratic-liberal polity.

    Religion can be anything to anyone. The Framers understood this fact. Thus, their shrewd choice to separate church and state in the Constitution.

    Movement conservatism is no longer a centrist force, one interested in stability or “tradition”. Its members are radicals who want to fundamentally destroy and transform the standing bargains and norms which have guided American society and politics for decades.

    Unfortunately, the Supreme Court, what was once the United States’ most respected political institution, is soiling itself by surrendering to the American Right’s radical agenda.

    http://www.dailykos.com/story/2014/06/30/1310729/-What-if-a-Muslim-Company-Used-the-Hobby-Lobby-Decision-to-Impose-Its-Values-on-White-Christians?detail=email

  54. Lorrie U says:

    A Democratic Congress Could Undo The Hobby Lobby Ruling and Protect Women

    The thing is, a real Congress could change this. A Congress that was willing to put people first could change this. Democrats and Independents can run on something that almost everyone agrees upon, and that is that women’s healthcare should not be something an employer can opt out of, and birth control is part of a woman’s healthcare.

    http://www.politicususa.com/2014/07/01/endangered-republicans-congress-change-scotus-ruling-protect-women.html

  55. Prabhata says:

    Americans gave Dems the WH, the House, and 60 senate seats in 2008. In return, the voters got ACA. Oy vey!

  56. Lorrie U says:

    Prabhata – And that was a struggle because of the big pharma lobbyists! Not nearly perfect, but certainly an improvement, especially for those with pre-existing conditions. Influence of money in govt. is our biggest problem in getting anything done, and unless we can overturn Citizens United and get money out of politics, everything will be an uphill battle.

  57. Lorrie U says:

    Another day, another breathtakingly corrupt Supreme Court decision in
    the Hobby Lobby case. Now they say that corporations, the most amoral
    legal entities ever contrived, can impose on their employees the
    religious dogma of their owners.

    We call for the immediate impeachment of the 5 legal hacks posing as
    Supreme Court justices on our highest court.

    Impeach The Supreme Court 5 Action Page:
    http://www.peaceteam.net/action/pnum1185.php

  58. Anne's Aunt says:

    We can “call for” impeachment of justices, but it won’t happen. The nutty Ts seem to constantly call for Obama’s impeachment to no avail – it just makes the political landscape all the more extreme. I do think, however, that outraged voices placed in proper places can stimulate action of some sort. Good to let our voices be heard. Better to lobby congress to enact opposing laws. But with THIS house that would be impossible. We need to support D candidates and let them know our opinions and expectations. Most candidates running for national level office will absolutely need corporate money, but they do not have to completely cow to them once in office. Our next two elections will be very important.

  59. Anne's Aunt says:

    Lorrie, if all elected reps – WH, senate, house – are D and united then cowing to big pharma and the hospital lobby should not have been essential.

  60. Anne's Aunt says:

    Pluto in Cap. Power and great money over-influences business/government. Hopefully initiating reforms at some point.

  61. clymela box says:

    Anne’s Aunt-I am still trusting in the human instinct to get the Pluto in Capricorn excesses returned to human amounts. the fact is is that these grossly greedy powers, i.e.corporations such as the Koch industries, the oil companies,etc. are going too far and their Supreme Court is hated. I think that we will change this in this time of the new age birthing and showing up as a growing awareness of human nature and human values.

  62. Anne's Aunt says:

    Clymela, me too! In my experience pluto causes a crisis (which we are at or near) and then a reform and transformation. I’ve personally experienced it as slow, deep and steady.

  63. Fe says:

    Prabhata:

    The voters got the ACA which is far better than the nothing they had before. Got to respect even the little steps. They lead to big ones.

  64. Fe says:

    And there was no 60 seat majority Dem Senate in 2008. It was 51-49.

  65. Prabhata says:

    Here — It was blatant sell out to pharma and insurance companies. Politicians usually try to appear independent and to work hard for their constituencies, but methinks that the Dems really believed that the power given to them by the voters would not be taken away even if they sold out. MA the bluest of the bluest, when they saw what was coming out of the Dems, elected Sen Brown. Passing the cACA was more important than listening to the voters.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Senate_elections,_2008

    When the new Senate was first sworn in, the balance was 58–41 in favor of the Democrats, because of the unresolved Senate election in Minnesota. The defection of Republican Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania in April 2009 and the swearing-in of Al Franken in Minnesota brought the balance to 60–40. Republican Scott Brown won a 2010 special election to replace Democrat Ted Kennedy, making the balance 59-41 before the start of the next election cycle.

  66. Prabhata says:

    Sorry for the rehash about 2008 – I simply don’t want another reader to have the impression that the Dems did not have the 60 filibuster proof senate.

    But Alex, thanks for that info on McCarthy’s good fortune with the Lotto. I looked at the chart of that win, which had to be Sacramento at 8pm (that’s when the Lotto was drawn (no Daily Derby then).

    The interesting thing about that chart is Rahu (North Node). It was 27Taurus12 — The South Node in Scorpio would have been conjunct McCarthy’s natal Moon, if my guess is close. It would have been a Karmic win? He obviously knew how to use the money for his future. Most 19 yo males go out and buy a nice car.

  67. Fe says:

    Thanks for the clarification. It was 2009, not 2008.

    “Here — It was blatant sell out to pharma and insurance companies. Politicians usually try to appear independent and to work hard for their constituencies, but methinks that the Dems really believed that the power given to them by the voters would not be taken away even if they sold out… Passing the cACA was more important than listening to the voters.”

    Passing the ACA was the first of what will be many steps to achieve single-payer, which is the ultimate goal. The entrenchment is so deep that a single payer law at first pass would have been laughed out of committee. Either you accept that or you continue to anticipate nothing, which is your choice.

    What I am talking about is a continued fight against vested interests, including Big Pharma, and Big Insurance, that starts with persistence. I would rather hedge my bets on Democrats than Republicans, a party whose inmates are now running the asylum.

  68. ox the cat says:

    The President and the Democrats will prevail in the end. There will be some kind of patch put on the ACA regarding the Hobby Lobby decision and the ACA will continue to roll on. I am completely at ease for some reason. I would agree that there is a lot of turmoil swirling about now but the end will be calm and peaceful.

  69. Anne's Aunt says:

    Fe, I certainly agree that the ACA is better than nothing! I have been helped by the new law personally. BUT the Ds sold out to all who wanted better, had the public support and D votes to get better – at LEAST a public option from which to build. But they chose to sell out to the insurance, pharma and hospital lobbies before even beginning to negotiate with Rs !! Small steps are fine, as long as they are actually towards single payer and not closer to for-profit employer mandated insurance. This has irked many many many progressives. The Ds need to actually distance themselves from the Rs on policy. Simply saying they are not as bad as Rs (which they aren’t!) is not progress in the right direction!

  70. Sharon K says:

    “New Age birthing!” I like that Clymela. May the phoenix rise above the ashes!

  71. Fe says:

    Anne’s Aunt, I agree. Especially when we have only one Elizabeth Warren and one Bernie Sanders, who isn”t even a D.

    But the Dems need to get out of the swoon of the 1990s and the centrist, corporate Dems of the Clinton era. We’re now doing clean up of that time. I think the mood of the country is percolating towards where we need to be heading. At the very least, the corporates who have benefitted from government inaction/ action aren’t even being sly about it anymore. And that has pissed folks off.

  72. Prabhata says:

    Pentagon denies ‘mission creep’ in Iraq as new U.S. troop presence reaches 650

    WASHINGTON — The Pentagon insisted Tuesday that there is “no mission creep” in Iraq despite the rising number of U.S. troops in the embattled country with more on the way.

    Rear Adm. John Kirby, the Pentagon press secretary, confirmed that 650 American troops were on the ground in Iraq, all of them dispatched by President Barack Obama since June 16.

    Two hundred U.S. troops sent Monday, including 100 previously staged in Kuwait, were accompanied by Army Apache attack helicopters to be based at the Baghdad airport.

    Read more here: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2014/07/01/232105/pentagon-denies-mission-creep.html#storylink=cpy

  73. Anne's Aunt says:

    Fe, my dream ticket is for Clinton/Jerry Brown (they could actually win and she would be a pit bull against the Rs) with Warren for treasury sec – maybe Jeff Merkeley. Maybe Sanders for health and human services sec. Wyden for head of the NSA. Warren needs executive experience before she runs for president and right now she has no FP or health care creds tho she is liberal on gun restrictions and immigration – like most Ds are. So far she has no voting record on women’s rights other than the fair pay act. I agree that we need someone left of Obama, but Clinton is left of Obama and is significantly left of him on women’s issues and has a very long track record on that and is also left of him about corporate influence in government (like in health care). Ah, I can dream….

  74. Lorrie U says:

    Good luck with that…

    Obama to push closing corporate tax loopholes to fund highways

    True to form, Republicans are suggesting that roads could be paid for by eliminating Saturday mail delivery or by pushing the states to crack down and collect more online sales taxes—in other words, collecting more taxes from corporations to pay for roads is out of the question, but collecting more taxes from people when they order diapers online is just fine.

    http://www.dailykos.com/story/2014/07/01/1310950/-Obama-to-push-closing-corporate-tax-loopholes-to-fund-highways?detail=facebook#

  75. Lorrie U says:

    Good luck with that…

    Obama to push closing corporate tax loopholes to fund highways

    True to form, Republicans are suggesting that roads could be paid for by eliminating Saturday mail delivery or by pushing the states to crack down and collect more online sales taxes—in other words, collecting more taxes from corporations to pay for roads is out of the question, but collecting more taxes from people when they order diapers online is just fine.

    http://www.dailykos.com/story/2014/07/01/1310950/-Obama-to-push-closing-corporate-tax-loopholes-to-fund-highways?detail=facebook#

  76. Michael from NYC says:

    Prabhata you’re overlooking the fact that some dems from purple or red states weren’t really in favor of any reform. That said the reform had some good things like helping folks who have pre-existing conditions get insurance. I also think if there wasn’t reform the system would hit a point a no return. Of course there are flaws, but this is a long term game against those w deep pockets.

  77. Prabhata says:

    Buddha: “Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth.”

  78. alex says:

    Prabhata

    Kevin McCarthy came from 4 generations farm family in Bakersfield, his father was a firefighter and his mother worked can’t remember at what in any case…. I’m sure he didn’t need to buy a car at 19 years old…. I’m guessing he already had one of his own given to him by his family….

    McCarthy is died in wool extreme right wing conservative who is
    toxic to women’s civil rights, reproductive right, equal pay rights etc etc etc and he did a great job when he was in CA assembly of destroying CA economy and jobs by helping Arnold the Governator with his Milton Friedman/Neocon budget designs and passing them;

  79. Prabhata says:

    Alex, I was making a general statement about 19 yo old males. A car to them is a toy. McCarthy used the money to buy a deli and fund his college tuition with the sale of the business. Having money from the family makes his decision more noble/responsible if you will. It tells me something about the character of the individual. It’s not a whole picture, just a piece.

  80. alex says:

    Prabhata

    when you upthread said you were convinced that McCarthy’s moon was scorpio you didn’t include your WORK product notations to show how you came to that conclusion with astrology analysis….

    I did post my analysis of Sagittarius moon… in any case

    his moon is not very significant by WEIGHT in his natal chart… and as Nancy has noted his Natal Uranus @14 Vrigo and Natal Pluto @15 Virgo are QUITE significant and the focus of his chart then (lotto win) and per Nancy’s notations for progressions to natal UR/PL

    The UR/PL Virgo is part of a natal earth trine and it is key to understanding the cycles that trigger McCarthy unfolding in time;

    but I’m not looking for any further comment from you about MCCarthy or about what his moon may or may not be… because I’m not that attached to what clearly can’t be confirmed and will always be speculative

    so don’t argue with me or try to persuade me… I post my working notes for people who might want to practice and test astrology analysis NOT for purposes of having a pissing contest

    no need for reply

  81. alex says:

    Kevin MCCarthy was clearly into money and power at an early age and very ambitious as would be anyone with a Cardinal Cross and Capricorn midheaven….

    astrology interpretation is an art…. his political DEEDS on the other hand in CA assembly and US Congress ( are against ordinary citizen constituents , and his political position/votes for sale to the highest wealthy elite corporation or wealthy individual are what define him…. he is a right wing HACK and an dangerous Libertarian NEOCON;

    if he needs a fan club online Prabhata seems to like the right wing and McCarthy he could create one; McCarthy should have fan club where other right wing leaning readers hang out;

    my position is McCarthy is the kind of politican most people posting here would have a problem with…

    in any case NO REPLY FROM YOU is needed prabhata … I usually skip your comments…. but because I tested your speculative 1AM birth chart and posted my notes you perhaps have the mistaken idea that I’m debating speculative natal moon charts and chart rectification with you…. but I am not….if you got that idea from my comments about McCarthy’s chart let me correct that notion…. I don’t want to discuss McCarthy with you nor do I want to hear that right wing hacks are being admired on left leaning blogs

    my virgo planets and points sometimes get me wading into details of other people’s astrology analysis… in the case of Prabhata I should have skipped my virgo urge to crunch and test his 1AM speculative McCarthy natal chart;

  82. alex says:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y11L7Z2A9vs

    Colorado US Senate Election – November 4, 2014

    Senator Mark Udall vs. GOP Cory Gardner

  83. B.A. says:

    WASHINGTON—
    Two years into President Barack Obama’s second term, more voters say they are dissatisfied with his administration’s handling of everything from the economy to foreign policy, giving him the worst marks of any modern U.S. president, a poll Wednesday said.

    In a survey of 1,446 registered voters, 33 percent said Obama was the worst president since World War II, while 28 percent pointed to his predecessor, George W. Bush, as the worst, the poll by Quinnipiac University found.

    Voters were split over which of the two most recent presidents has done a better job with 39 percent saying Obama has been a better president than Bush and, 40 percent saying Obama is worse.

    Most voters said Ronald Reagan, who served two terms in the 1980s, was the best president since 1945, the survey showed.
    “Over the span of 69 years of American history and 12 presidencies, President Barack Obama finds himself with President George W. Bush at the bottom of the popularity barrel,” said Tim Malloy, assistant director of Quinnipiac University’s polling unit.

    While Obama’s job approval rating has inched higher to 40 percent, up from 38 percent in December, more voters gave him largely negative marks in key areas: the economy, foreign policy, healthcare and terrorism, according to the poll.
    On the environment, 50 percent gave Obama positive marks.

    The telephone survey, taken June 24 to June 30, had a margin of error of plus or minus 2.6 percentage points.
    Reuters

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/chi-obama-poll-worst-president-20140702,0,3794269.story

  84. B.A. says:

    Alex:

    The ad you linked to is typical of the Udall ads running here.

    Direct appeal to women… and perhaps, indirectly to some men… but certainly not all.

    I am not his campaign advisor, so not sure why he is ignoring the men.

    I will vote for him as he has good positions sincerely held on the environment and NSA.

    Gardner has voted to curtail NSA also… but a little too right wing.

    Obama care is hurting Udall IMHO.

  85. alex says:

    B.A.

    polls in most cases are one long psyops/influence/ campaign designed to get into the public’s head paid for by people with vested interests….

    if people think Obama is worse than Bush …. they need lobotomy

  86. Anne's Aunt says:

    I’m beginning to think that the Hobby Lobby decision might be the straw that broke Pluto’s back and triggers reform of the SCOTUS. There has been such a great and satisfying reaction to that decision.

  87. Noelle says:

    When do you astrologers see something really positive for PBO?

  88. Anne's Aunt says:

    Bernie Sanders is interesting and will add a lot to the conversation in the next primary/election. I voted for Ralph Nader once, I really love his political positions. But it was the greatest voting mistake I’ve ever made and I very much regret it.

    “(Clinton supporters) point out that in 2008, most of her support came from the same kind of blue-collar voters that Sanders says he is reaching out to.” That is true – she won decisively in the working class demographic. O won in the “creative class”. Both had AA support.

    “http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/07/02/can-this-ornery-socialist-spoil-the-clinton-coronation.html

    Noelle, wishing the best for our current president is great, but it is almost like looking back and not to the next steps, tho an improvement in his approval ratings will greatly help in the next election. I think he has been healing for many – “hope, dreams and change” was **just** what we needed after Bush and co.! (very neptune active) IMO the next step is to effectively face opposition and get some hope and change into concrete action/legislation.

  89. B.A. says:

    Alex, here is a direct link to the polling organization, which is a university.

    I do not think it is fudged:

    http://www.quinnipiac.edu/news-and-events/quinnipiac-university-poll/national/release-detail?ReleaseID=2056

  90. Noelle says:

    Thanks Anne’s Aunt but I was looking for some positive astrological transits.

  91. alex says:

    B.A.

    It’s really too bad people demonstrating with their opinions that they are so stupid, shallow and for God’s sake forgetful…. what’s the matter with people!

  92. ox the cat says:

    I read the polling details were 73% white 61% mid westerners 69% non Democrats and 56% land line users.

  93. Anne's Aunt says:

    Noelle, for Obama’s current term or for his legacy?

  94. alex says:

    Obama to Republicans: ‘So sue me’

  95. Lorrie U says:

    Alex – “if people think Obama is worse than Bush …. they need lobotomy”

    As Ox the Cat pointed out–73% white 61% mid westerners 69% non Democrats and 56% land line users–it would be hard to imagine it polling any higher. 69% non-dems? 56% landline users? No wonder the GOP polls are off by so much if that’s how they’re polling. LOL!

    And, anytime I see B.A.’s posts, I see a big smirk on his/her face when posting negatives especially about our president. No surprises there.

    Noelle – Nancy has indicated many times that by 2016 things will be better and Obama will have higher approvals. Maybe the country will begin to see that he has guided us through a mine field in the middle east, the economy, healthcare, etc. and finally value the wonderful man and wise president which he is!

  96. Bob says:

    Prabhata – July 1, 2014 at 8:01 pm; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Senate_elections,_2008
    “When the new Senate was first sworn in, the balance was 58–41 in favor of the Democrats, because of the unresolved Senate election in Minnesota. The defection of Republican Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania in April 2009 and the swearing-in of Al Franken in Minnesota brought the balance to 60–40. Republican Scott Brown won a 2010 special election to replace Democrat Ted Kennedy, making the balance 59-41 before the start of the next election cycle.”

    Actually the Democrats could only muster 60 votes with the aid of 2 Independants and when there were no vacancies in the Senate. This only occurred during 51 days in which the Senate was in session in the second half of 2009 (beginning July 7)and early 2010 (until Feb 4)and 21 of those days were Mondays and Fridays, day many members were not available as they used them as travel days leaving and coming back to Washington, leaving possibly 30 days that voting edge may have been in place.

    http://i.imgur.com/tPzfgqP.png

  97. alex says:

    Lorrie

    good point most people don’t have landline phones anylonger!

  98. kiwi says:

    Noelle, Nancy addressed the timing of when things begin to ease up for Obama some time back. Can’t quite remember when that might be – sometime next year I think. When I have time I’ll look, or you could scan through her older articles.

  99. clymela box says:

    Lorrie U-thank you so much for quoting Nancy’s earlier projections that Obama will move out of these ugly times later in 2015. I think so and I think that the Dems are going to do better than the Repubs maintaining the Senate and getting a better mix in the Congress. I am thinking that this will show him in a clearer light. The Republicans are horrifying in their plain old race/class hatreds

  100. kiwi says:

    I went back and found what Nancy wrote in Nov 2013
    —————————————

    It seems likely that May through August 2014 will be one of the most difficult times of this presidency, with Obama’s popularity at its lowest ebb during this period.

    It is not until after November 8, 2014, following the final crossing of Saturn opposite Inaugural Moon and square Inaugural Mars in September, the progressed Inaugural Moon quincunx natal Saturn peaking on November 8, as well as the tertiary Inaugural Venus square to natal and tertiary Saturn, also peaking on November 8, that things begin to ease for President Obama. This is not to suggest that the high level of drama and challenge emanating from the Uranus/Pluto square aspecting the US Sun will not continue through much of 2015. But the president will begin to get his mojo back during 2015, and increasingly so after October of that year.

  101. Anne's Aunt says:

    I would be interested in hearing about Omama’s lasting legacy and his post office popularity. I’m interested to see if he has a positive and lasting effect on national politics. I don’t put much merit on simple popularity and charisma (unless one is in middle school) but more on effectiveness. Reagan was and still remains popular and I consider him one of the worst presidents ever! His legacy has been terrible other than remaining ‘popular’. I hope that some of Obama’s signature achievements will have a positive lasting effect!

  102. alex says:

    Radix Chart data for the MIC military-industrial complex:

    April 27, 1946, Pentagon Washington D.C.

    On April 27, 1946, General Dwight D. Eisenhower, chief of staff of the Army, issued a “Memorandum for Directors and Chiefs of War Department General and Special Staff Divisions and Bureaus and the Commanding Generals of the Major Commands” on the subject of “Scientific and Technological Resources as Military Assets.” Seymour Melman later referred to this memo as the founding document of what President Eisenhower—in his famous January 17, 1961 farewell address to the nation—was to call the “military-industrial complex.” In this memo General Eisenhower emphasized that a close, continuing contractual relationship be set up between the military and civilian scientists, technologists, industry, and the universities. “The future security of the nation,” he wrote, “demands that all those civilian resources which by conversion or redirection constitute our main support in time of emergency be associated closely with the activities of the Army in time of peace.” This required an enormous expansion of the national security system, bringing civilian scientists, industry, and contractors within this expanding and secretive arm of government. “Proper employment of this [civilian] talent requires that the [given] civilian agency shall have the benefit of our estimates of future military problems and shall work closely with Plans and the Research Development authorities. A most effective procedure is the letting of contracts for aid in planning. The use of such a procedure will greatly enhance the validity of our planning as well as ensure sounder strategic equipment programs.” Eisenhower insisted that scientists should be given the greatest possible freedom to conduct research but under conditions increasingly framed by the “fundamental problems” of the military.

    A crucial aspect of this plan, Eisenhower explained, was for the military state to be able to absorb large parts of the industrial and technological capacity of the nation in times of national emergency, so that they become “organic parts of our military structure…. The degree of cooperation with science and industry achieved during the recent [Second World] war should by no means be considered the ultimate;” rather, the relationship should expand. “It is our duty,” he wrote, “to support broad research programs in educational institutions, in industry, and in whatever field might be of importance to the Army. Close integration of military and civilian resources will not only directly benefit the Army, but indirectly contribute to the nation’s security.” Eisenhower therefore called for “the utmost integration of civilian and military resources and…securing the most effective unified direction of our research and development activities”—an integration that he said was already “being consolidated in a separate section on the highest War Department level.”

    http://monthlyreview.org/2014/07/01/surveillance-capitalism

    http://www.workers.org/marcy/generals/chap6.html

  103. alex says:

    continued: MIC

    Since there is no time given for the Memorandum signed by Eisenhower when he was Army Chief of Staff, that began the MIC, I am using Eisenhower’s Natal Cross for Radix MIC
    and the planets/points 4/27/1946

    http://tinyurl.com/o5r8d9s

  104. alex says:

    A light was shown briefly on the scale and illegality of Reagan-era warfare state and secret government activities with the exposure of the Iran-Contra Affair in Washington. It led to the conviction on August 7, 1990, of Reagan’s National Security Advisor, Admiral John Poindexter, for five counts of lying to Congress and obstructing the investigations of Congressional Committees into Iran-Contra, involving the illegal selling of arms to Iran as a means of secretly funding the Contras waging war on the Nicaraguan government. (The convictions were later overturned on the basis that several witnesses against him had been affected by Poindexter’s testimony to Congress, even though he had been given immunity for his testimony.)

    Making the NSA the computer czar
    9/17/1984 White House D.C.

    At the same time, Poindexter was also caught in another scandal through his authorship of National Security Decision Directive (NSDD)-145 (signed by Reagan).

    NSDD-145 would have centralized control over all computer databases in the United States, allowing the military to examine private computer databases for “sensitive but unclassified information”—making the NSA a computer czar.

  105. alex says:

    Bob

    They say rubbing cayanne pepper into right wing wounds – heals them faster

  106. alex says:

    http://monthlyreview.org/2014/07/01/surveillance-capitalism

    On November 20, 1957, he went to Capitol Hill for the first time and presented his idea of a “single manager” for all defense research, which would initially focus on ballistic missile, satellite, and space research and development programs, but which would have clear contracting authority and an unlimited, unconstrained research agenda.

    On January 7, 1958, Eisenhower requested Congress to provide startup funds for the new Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA). McElroy chose Roy Johnson, a vice president of General Electric, as the first ARPA director.

  107. Bob says:

    President Obama has made some moves that don’t sit well with everyone but that was true of every President in history and would likely be true of anybody who was President through this period of time.

    Despite being the most obstructed President in the history of the country and working with the least productive Congress in the history of the country President Obama succeeded in eliminating Osama Bin Laden (something “the war President” before him failed to do in 7 years), ushered in major health care legislation (failed at by a number of other administrations before his, has overseen 52 consecutive months of job growth in the private sector, has Wall Street at record levels just a few years after what was potentially the biggest financial crash in the history of the world, increased women’s representation on the Supreme Court to 1/3 of its members, restored respect for the United States among many leaders around the world, has enough support from the citizen’s of the country to be re-elected despite the best efforts of the opposition to make him a 1 term President, is overseeing the largest draw-down of American military personnel from “war” zones in more than a decade, has overseen the fastest period of debt reduction since the demobilization from World War II.

    I could go on but damn it that is more than enough to put the lie to that poll. What in hell do people expect a man in the face of the greatest obstruction in the history of the office to accomplish?

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  109. Nita says:

    We have to help the Dems keep the Senate

    I am personally going to do everything in my power to help President Obama.

    I have personally stepped on crumbs bigger than John Boehner karma is coming for that evil man. To many people are really hurting because of his lack of morals, his has no ethics at all the man is such a coward

  110. alex says:

    Wendy Davis – 2014 Democratic candidate for Governor of Texas

    http://action.wendydavistexas.com/page/s/hazardous-chemical-petition

    Tell Greg Abbott: We Deserve to Know Where Dangerous Chemicals Are
    Greg Abbott won’t tell us if explosive chemicals—like the kind involved in the fatal explosion last year in the town of West—are being stored in our neighborhoods, just blocks away from our schools and homes.

    It’s now clear why Abbott ruled to block your access to the locations of these dangerous chemicals.

    A few months after the explosion in West that killed 15 people, Greg Abbott received $25,000 from a new donor that owns at least one of these deadly stockpiles—Chase Koch, head of Koch Industries’ fertilizer division and the son of one of the billionaire Koch brothers. Since the explosion, the Kochs have given Abbott at least $75,000.

    Greg Abbott is stuffing his campaign coffers with cash from the companies that make these chemicals—showing once again that he cares more about cozying up to insiders than keeping our kids safe.

  111. Lorrie U says:

    I’m with you, Bob. Thanks, well stated. There are just some people who cannot for the life of them say anything good about this president no matter what you point out to them, they have their minds made up and refuse to broaden their perspective. Sad, really.

  112. Lorrie U says:

    Freedom, Power, and the Conservative Mind By Robert Reich

    Freedom is the one value conservatives place above all others, yet time and again their ideal of freedom ignores the growing imbalance of power in our society that’s eroding the freedoms of most people.

    http://www.truthdig.com/report/item/freedom_power_and_the_conservative_mind_20140703

  113. Lorrie U says:

    Jessica Murray – MotherSky Astrology for today:

    The Sun opposes Pluto exactly. Not a transit to cavort with fairies and unicorns; it’s about identifying demons. As Carl Jung said, “One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.”

  114. Anne's Aunt says:

    Women are losing rights. That’s right – losing rights.

    In England during and after the Crusades women were given the power to actually own land (since their men were so often dead). Their sons could not take the land away. After about 200 years patriarchy decided enough and began a holocaust against women, killing millions upon millions in the next 200 years and restoring the patriarchal balance. Witch hunts.

    Now we have this:

    “That just points up the fact that advancing female autonomy and freedom, by contrast, is still perceived as threatening and undermining to family and society, particularly when it involves (as it always essentially does) issues of sexual freedom. The Hobby Lobby decision, and the conservative reaction to it, made this dynamic particularly and depressingly clear. Some pundits hailed its implications for religious liberty, but a whole lot of them welcomed it as a rebuke to slutty females having sex on their dime.”

    http://www.salon.com/2014/07/03/gops_culture_war_disaster_how_this_week_highlighted_a_massive_blind_spot/#comments

    Please read the entire article. If we are complacent about women’s rights and fight to keep what we have and even promote rights we must be vigilant. We could lose it all. Seriously.

  115. Anne's Aunt says:

    Lorrie, the people who have no good to say about the president are zombie Rs and Ts. He has very high poll readings among Ds. It is only cult O groupies that cannot stand even one minor disagreement about O. Have groupie Ds ever been that way about another D president? – or will in the future?

    Let’s throw the Rs and Ts some challenges (squares) into their oppositions!!!

  116. Anne's Aunt says:

    Great move by Obama!! Fed gov is making $4 Billion available for clean energy loans.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/03/obama-climate-change-loan_n_5556091.html

  117. alex says:

    “Historically speaking advancing female autonomy and freedom is still perceived as threatening and undermining to family and society, particularly when it involves (as it always essentially does) issues of sexual freedom.” ~ salon

    A.A – The question is how would women hold up over time, and in any dimension, which did not have inevitable constant gender conflicts and the resulting inequity issues?

    As far as I call tell/understand gender inequality boils down to the belief that the act of choosing men, which ranks them, is intolerable to men. Women RANK men by deciding who is in and who is out of the field of contenders and that is unacceptable.

    RANKING men (as fit or unfit, acceptable or unacceptable, desirable or undesirable, interesting or uninteresting) gives women a dominance role, something which men jealously guard as their right, something belonging only to them. Women are suppose to be submissive (to submit) to men follow ‘God’s plan’ and the whole of the patriarchal regressive oppressive system over them.

    Constant gender conflicts keeps gender issues going backwards or stuck on hold making transcendence to another dimension out of reach. If women had the same sexual freedom available to them as men with the same social choices/rewards then women would exercise power. By choosing freely, out from under economic and social dependence, what men to have sexually, and in relationships, and for pro-creation free from the ultimate dominance of men, well in the world of supermen and man that is unacceptable.

    It’s all about keeping their gender dominance. The idea that there is anything other than male dominance and power (command, control, prepotency, reign, rule, sovereignty, authority, POWER) is too challenging and extraordinary to tolerate for real male ‘authentic’ identity.

  118. alex says:

    continued: as things are going stepford wives would be alright

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Stepford_Wives

    Have you ever heard the Air Force motto: From space everyone is a captive population!

  119. Anne's Aunt says:

    Alex, I’m not sure if I’m reading you correctly. Maybe I’m mis-reading you. Sorry if I am. Your initial question is confusing for me – your answer to your own question seems to be pointing in the right direction. I think we are on the same page tho. I think you are stating the subconscious energies of regressive men (and women). So the following is in response to ‘your’ arguments ……

    Choosing a mate is NOT just for women. Where did you- or who you are referencing- get that sexist idea? Both genders (and LGBT) “rate and rank” potential partners. The idea that it is JUST females is offensive and wrong. So that ‘boiling down’ to that falsehood is very very wrong. A dominant group is saying “they made me do it” “they are actually dominating me and I’m taking control as a self defense measure” and “I need to dominate by my very nature and you need to be dominated/owned by your very nature” and thus “I know what your nature truly is and I know what my nature truly is and you have no say in that”.

    Male dominance is a product of patriarchy. This has not always and is not universally now, the only way of organizing a society. Before patriarchy children were raised tribally – by the entire group. For men to claim children as property they must be certain they are his, so ownership of women and thus offspring results. Children then were workers or heirs to the father and his lineage. Humans developed just fine without male dominance and ownership entitlement. I’m sure men are capable of doing that. They are not weaklings dominated by females who cannot exist without their ownership of the lineage.

    If our laws and social customs do not evolve not only will women continue to suffer fewer rights the men will lose their rights too. Socially men are already losing their ownership of family lines. Children are born out of traditional wedLOCK and carry the female last name. I understand that conservatives hate this and want to regress which is why the fight forward is so important, not just for females but for males too.

    continued so this is not too long….

  120. Anne's Aunt says:

    …..

    I am friends with many gay and lesbian people and some transgender folks too. Of course dominance (saturn) is involved with relationships, but it is not gender based.

    Women and men need to fight for this issue and cannot forget it or TAKE IT FOR GRANTED that women will not lose rights!! LGBT rights need to be fought for too. This goes, IMO, beyond rights for certain groups but towards a greater evolution for humans. Maybe the age of aquarius will open new social/cultural structures based on community and not ownership.

    In the Greek culture at the dawn of the age of pisces women were owned either as slaves or kept as status symbol breeding animals. Maybe that was a culmination from the previous age, and was simply recorded in the Greek culture (tho it can be found elsewhere).

    Maybe you mean that regressive patriarchal powers (men) need to keep gender issues as an opposition issue creating a stagnant situation and that is a really interesting point. As far as I understand oppositions, they are highly (over) aware of each other and pretty much simply reactive. A square offers actual challenges.

    In light of that I think it is vital that in politics, law making, law testing and in forming policy more females are necessary. We need more Clintons and Warrens. They can’t be tokens. The US has terrible numbers for women in power positions in any field.

    ——————-
    In light of all that:

    “WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court’s divisions over contraception tore open again Thursday, when the three female justices accused an all-male court majority of going beyond the Hobby Lobby decision to interfere with insurance coverage under theAffordable Care Act.”

    It seems that Hobby Lobby brought out the oppositions and now actual challenges are being made publicly and loudly!

    http://online.wsj.com/news/article_email/high-court-female-justices-dissent-from-wheaton-contraception-order-1404428346-lMyQjAxMTA0MDAwMzEwNDMyWj

  121. alex says:

    A.A.

    have you ever looked at the US judicial system civil (family,tort etc) and criminal? here is the bottom line – women are witness, women are plaintiffs, women seeking equity, justice, wrongful death, wrongful termination …. anything or everything

    the other legal side only has to do to the following to discredit a women…. ‘she is a slut or she is a nut’… period end of story;

    that is the culture of law when it comes to women and that just about says it all;

    if you thought politics and congress was about the status quo think again the judical system is the status quo for the patriarchy from SCOTUS Hobby Lobby to any and every local court in the land…. patriarchy rules… and when a legal argument is made against a woman/women her credibility comes down to – she is a slut or she is a nut… ask Sandra Fluke;

    Hobby Lobby same old same old

  122. alex says:

    continued:

    do you remember what the Koch/GOP/Tea/Libertarian/Neocon

    did to Nancy Pelosi in 2010…. she was the nut and that is how
    they worked her over to this day

  123. Anne's Aunt says:

    Alex, actually I follow a couple of legal blogs so I try to keep up on some legal issues. I don’t think it’s that black and white in the legal system. Family law, especially, has evolved positively over the last 50-100 years. Saturn (law and law making) makes changes slowly over time. Some of the laws themselves are discriminatory (and not just about females) so advocating for female representation in law making is important. As far as the percentages of females in the population the representative numbers are extremely low.

    I also know several female lawyers who are working hard to change the system. Again, at the higher levels (especially judges) women are not proportionally represented. Glass ceiling again.

  124. Anne's Aunt says:

    Alex, yes! the Koch Ds and Ts are loudly using the regressive ideas about patriarchy. They have greater support from white (older) males. They are actually losing popularity with everyone else (including many older white men). Wouldn’t it be nice if that was the last throws of this regressive thinking? I think not tho – it’s such a massive change and will take 100s of years.

  125. kiwi says:

    Interesting comments re male/female: coincidentally I had a meeting this morning with a friend who is deputy mayor of our area. She mentioned to me that she was the only female present at a meeting yesterday with heads from other regions, and that it is so hard to come to consensus with the ‘boys’ who mostly come from an ego base, constantly trying to out-manoeuver each other instead of working together for the common good. Its certainly time the ‘old’ hierarchical, patriarchal, way of doing things was retired and put out to pasture.
    PS, fyi, NZ was the first country to give women the vote (1893) and some of us can be quite outspoken.

  126. Anne's Aunt says:

    That’s impressive Kiwi, re women’s vote. The first religion to support women’s rights to vote were the Quakers. My parents are Quakers.

  127. alex says:

    A.A. as far as I know the most corrupt state judicial legal systems are Conn. and New Mexico… do you follow those?

  128. Sharon K says:

    Louisiana/New Orleans is considered to be pretty corrupt; some say it’s the worst.

  129. alex says:

    Sharon K
    I think you are right – I’d forgotten about that

  130. alex says:

    turns out my 1990′s memory of the most corrupt state courts systems needed an update; the state of Maine got an ‘F’ rating;

    http://www.publicintegrity.org/2012/03/19/8423/grading-nation-how-accountable-your-state

    Grade your state

  131. alex says:

    Scalia: Women Don’t Have Constitutional Protection Against Discrimination

    EXCERPT

    Marcia Greenberger, founder and co-president of the National Women’s Law Center, called the justice’s comments “shocking” and said he was essentially saying that if the government sanctions discrimination against women, the judiciary offers no recourse.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/03/scalia-women-discrimination-constitution_n_803813.html

    National Women’s Law Center

    In the Wake Of Hobby Lobby Ruling, NWLC Launches Hotline to Help Women Get Access to Guaranteed Preventive Health Services, Including Contraception

    July 03, 2014

    Today, the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) announced the launch of its CoverHer hotline to help women who are having trouble getting access to women’s preventive health services – especially contraception – at no cost to them.

    http://action.nwlc.org/site/PageServer?pagename=coverher

  132. alex says:

    http://www.nwlc.org/

    National Women’s Law Center

  133. Anne's Aunt says:

    I’ve been reading a bit about the progressions of the ages and found some interesting things.
    ——–
    Age of Pisces starting to interface with Aquarius

    “their polarities and dichotomies will be starkly contrasted before a new level of integration can occur. Surely all you have to do is turn on the TV today to see this in action. We seem to need to establish just how different we are before we can perceive our similarities. This is blindingly evident in current polarization in the United States government with the partisanship and tension between Democrats and Republicans.”

    I see this as the polarities, yet mirror images of the two fish of Pisces swimming in opposite directions yet ever breaking away from that polarity is now being acutely highlighted by aquarian influences, namely mass social communication (internet, twitter etc). This is one reason I don’t think simple opposition in action by either Ds or R/Ts is very forward thinking.

    BTW lots of fascinating stuff on Chiron as a symbol of aquarius on this site – Barb you might be interested.

    Actually lots of really interesting stuff at this site:

    http://www.ohotto.com/features/astrological_ages_tour.asp

    ————-

    Anyone know anything about this book? Looks like it might be a good read:

    http://books.google.com/books?id=RKiwMpcsHtIC&pg=PA109&lpg=PA109&dq=private+property+astrological+ages&source=bl&ots=4W18weQJMI&sig=BYERw6mkTofJ7b_GouOlD6jpe5o&hl=en&sa=X&ei=Q9e2U_OuE8yyyASx14GABw&ved=0CDcQ6AEwBA#v=onepage&q=private%20property%20astrological%20ages&f=false

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