Donald Trump’s Zodiacal Releasing from the Lot of Spirit and the 2020 Election

This is such a complicated topic, because using Zodiacal Releasing on Donald Trump’s chart did not work out the first time around. In fact, the apparent weakness of Trump’s Zodiacal Releasing periods was a key factor in my failed 2016 prediction. So the first step of using Zodiacal Releasing to predict the 2020 Election was to account for what happened in 2016. I’ve brought up my theory about how the Lots might change in certain circumstances, and how Trump’s chart fulfills certain conditions that may make his Lots likely to switch. This is a controversial, experimental take on Trump’s chart, but it is absolutely one that I think makes his chart intelligible according to the basic principles of Zodiacal Releasing. So I wrote a long paper which had to accomplish a few things:

  1. Why anyone using Zodiacal Releasing would have fucked up predicting the 2016 Election
  2. Why Donald Trump’s default Zodiacal Releasing doesn’t make sense even if he had lost
  3. Why Donald Trump’s Lots could switch on a theoretical and textual basis
  4. Why Donald Trump’s Zodiacal Releasing makes a lot more sense if his Lots switch
  5. Predicting the 2020 Election using this new perspective on Trump’s Lots and Zodiacal Releasing

Read my paper here.

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2 Replies to “Donald Trump’s Zodiacal Releasing from the Lot of Spirit and the 2020 Election

  1. Long paper. I’m not reading a 49-page paper without an abstract, etc.

    You obviously put a lot of work into this. You probably did a very good job. I think it would be worth the extra 10% effort (or whatever it may be) to add a layer of marketability, of digestibility, to this, because I’m certain I’m your target audience but even I am saying no, you cannot earn the hefty cost of my attention of a 49-page paper so easily.

    Go the full nine yards, write up an abstract, with a discussion, methods, etc. Balls to the wall on the spiritual science tip.

    Then put a small paywall behind it.

    That’s how astrology for our generation and beyond ought to be done.

    My .02.

    1. Hey, thanks for your comment. You make some fair points. I hadn’t originally set out to write a 50 page paper. If I had, I probably would have done it up properly with footnotes/source citations, etc. It started off as a simple article that made claims that required fuller explanations than I had space for. So it ballooned out of control. I’m also aware it was not for everyone. Honestly it was more for me, to put my whole thought process down, and out there for anyone with 45 minutes to spare.

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