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America at War: An Astrological Perspective (pub. September 15, 2001)

America at War: An Astrological Perspective by William Stickevers & Tracy E. HestonSeptember 15, 20018:00 pm EDTNew York, NY This article originally appeared on William Stickevers’ website. This article is an examination of the astrological elements behind the attack that occurred against the United States of America on Tuesday, September 11, 2001, in New York City and Washington D.C. Based

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Jupiter-Saturn-Pluto Convergence 2020

An excerpt from the Global Transformation Astrology webinar on October 3, 2019. Transcript edited for print. So we have here this conjunction I talked about, the 1285 conjunction that heralded the beginning of the end of the medieval age and the end of the Chinese and Mongol empires that were expanding — the sudden and unexpected collapse of those empires

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New Prediction Track Record Page – Political Contest Horary and U.S. Elections 2008 to Present

Astrology and Politics - U.S. Election Predictions Track Record for William Stickevers, 2008-present, Political Contest Horary Astroprobability

Since 2008, I have applied Political Contest Horary to predict the outcomes of 426 U.S. Midterm and General Election Races. Some other horary practitioners and teachers say this is an egregious application of horary technique. Some skeptics in the astrological community have claimed that my accuracy rate is not genuine. Here is a page tracking all 426 Political Contest Horary

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Purple Wave: 2018 Midterm Election

Much was made of the “Blue Wave” entering the Midterm Election by forecasting astrologers and the mainstream media – and Democrats had a reason to be optimistic. They increased their support in large areas of the Midwest and Rust Belt regions where Donald Trump dominated in 2016, most notably in Oklahoma’s 5th District and Kansas’s 3rd, where they flipped control.

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