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Larry Elder

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Sep 14, 2021 6:20 pm

Here ya go, Steve...

Larry Elder, per his birth certificate, was born April 27, 1952, 6:38 AM PDT, Los Angeles, CA. Look at that Trump-esque Mars less than 2° from an angle but - even stronger - Jupiter 0°07' from square MC. (FWIW, Eris is 1°10' above Asc, Mars 1°43' below Dsc - they are in 0°33' mundane opposition.)

At 8 PM PDT tonight, transiting Saturn at 12°23' Capricorn is 0°46' from square his Sun - one of those aspects that either means defeat or the taking on of enormous responsibility. (Transiting Sun 27°28' Leo is setting off the transit by octiles.) His one really positive transit is transiting Venus on his natal Westpoint.

I know you'll be interested in his Solar Arcs. There are no partile directed conjunctions, oppositions, or squares to natal planets except a separating, fading directed Asc square natal Venus (0°45' separated).

His current SSR has a natal Mercury-Saturn opposition along the meridian, which doesn't sound like the numbers fall his way. His current SLR is nicer, with transiting Venus setting on top of his natal Venus-Neptune opposition, but that natal Mercury-Saturn (+Uranus) is even closer to angles. I'd read all that as snake oil. His Demi-SLR from yesterday has Sun, Mars, and Neptune angular. None of this looks "winning" to me.

When the polls close at 8:00 PM, he has one very strong indicator for the day: SNQ Asc squares natal planet exact to the minute. His life changes in that hour, at least a little bit. If he loses (as everything else shows), I'm guesses he announces he's taking his $10M campaign nest egg and announcing he's running for governor next year. - But he also has one overtly positive mark for the day, SQ MC exactly conjunct SSR Sun with natal Moon rising. In some distinct way, he comes out of this a winner.
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Re: Larry Elder

Post by SteveS » Wed Sep 15, 2021 4:39 am

Thanks Jim, for sure Elder's charts showed no major winning symbolism, but even then, no way would I bet on Gavin to win at -900, risking losing 900 $ to win only 100 $. I only like to risk my money on underdogs as political candidates in major elections. What little benefic symbolism showed on Elders charts probably was fattening his bank account with all the campaign contributions.

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