Cincinnati Astrologer Ed Kluska gave a workshop this afternoon: Trump vs. Hillary – A First Look
These lines are my interpretation of Ed’s discussion: Given the overall planetary action, there will be plenty of surprises / shifts / confusion in these next few months – the world will keep evolving and being weird, and not just in politics.
Astrologically, The Donald, a Gemini, is more complex than Hillary. And it is really hard to be more complex than a Scorpio, particularly a double Scorpio. Donald has his sun in Gemini, his moon in Sagittarius, and his rising sign in Leo. (Sun, moon and rising are the big three in astrology.) He knows how to use the media, needs lots of attention, has great verbal skills, connects easily and well with people – creating and running The Apprentice was the perfect place for him.
He’s creative and curious, an extrovert, not very reflective, as excited as a little kid. He loves his kids, his home, his family. On the other side – he’s impulsive, volcanic in sudden urges, needs to be more careful about honesty, his timing is often off, and, with very little earth in his chart, he has likely not accomplished a lot of what he excitedly planned to do. (I can see such a news story coming up soon.) His mind can wander, he can be foggy.
Hillary is a Scorpio, a double – her sun is in Scorpio and so is her rising sign. As Ed said, the perfect set up for a politician or a lawyer – and she is both. Her moon is in Pisces. Both of them have Mars in Leo – gives them lots of strength, motivation, energy. Where Donald is outward, Hillary is inward. Where he is not reflective, does not think about what he does, she is always thinking, planning, seeking understanding. Where he speaks without thinking, she is deliberate, and doesn’t speak out until ready.
She is in many ways Donald’s opposite – she has willpower, strength, tenacity, devotion, perseverance.
Neither party’s convention will be particularly explosive – so I’m thinking Bernie will have found a way to make nice. Hillary will be full of confidence, she will like and appreciate the attention and the support, signs are all very good for her there.
And the Republicans are not likely going to suddenly support another candidate, or start a third party. Donald wants power and they will give it to him.
Between now and the election there are very few bumps in Hillary’s way – some problems in February, not now. Donald, on the other hand, has a chart with challenges in it now through mid-September. And again right after the election.
Ed is not ready to look at the actual election until vice presidential choices are made and that data is gathered. Plus there are other details he wants to look at more closely.
I, on the other hand, called it months ago, and will say it again. Hillary is walking away with this one. And she will, now or later, get the love and support she needs. In return, she will give us all her energy and devotion – and be an excellent Democratic president, caring for us, the people of her beloved country.