Keep in mind this time last year nearly every political forecaster predicted Jeb Bush would be the leading GOP nominee going into the Iowa Caucus, never thinking his campaign would be drifting aimlessly in single-digit polling numbers among a crowed debate stage. Neither did any astrologer predict the rise of Donald Trump whose unorthodox campaign would come to utterly dominate the polls and set the agenda of the Republican presidential race.
Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Des Moines, Iowa (December 11, 2015)
Eleven candidates are still vying for the GOP nomination, and political experts are expecting a record GOP turnout at the Iowa caucuses. Ted Cruz and Donald Trump are neck-in-neck in the Iowa polls and are the consensus favorites among political insiders in the state. Ted Cruz is the Las Vegas oddsmaker’s favorite to win Iowa as more experts believe that Trump’s ardent and angry “fed up with government” supporters will be a poor showing come February 1st in Iowa, they will ultimately spell doom and gloom for the boastful billionaire’s flamboyant and unconventional campaign, as his record of “winning” are central to his political pitch.
However, not everyone is buying into the consensus expectation that Trump’s supporters will be a no-show. “He’s definitely for real out here,” said one Iowa Republican official who requested anonymity. “The question is whether the people they’ve identified as supporters will turn out. I’m not convinced they will, but if he can turn out just half of them he could blow the top off this thing.”
So the big question is, will Trump’s legions of angry and vocal supporters of the current political establishment, that turn out in mass number for his rallies, actually come out to vote? Will their anger drive them to polls in February?
Mundane Political Contest Horary Question:
Will Trump’s supporters anger drive them to polls in February?
Horary question asked by the astrologer January 2nd 2016 at 1:54 am PST, in San Francisco, CA.
1st House: Trump Campaign
7th House: GOP Rival Campaign’s
10th House: GOP Winner of the Early States
The Moon: The Electorate
In the mundane horary figure Scorpio is on the Ascendant therefore Mars rules the Trump Campaign. Mars is in his Detriment but somewhat dignified by Term at the critical 29 Degree in the sign of Libra, indicating that Trump’s campaign has been in an unsettled state of affairs transitions to a ground game in the early states. Mars is conjunct the Ascendant indicating that Trump’s campaign has momentum and staying power during the ground-transition to continue to dominate the GOP field.
The Moon, which represents Trump’s supporters is in the 12th House, in the sign of Libra, applying to Pluto by square and making its last aspect to Uranus. Horary testimonies that indicate Trump’s campaign is riding on some significant wave of rage and defiance that represents and unprecedented form of voter revolt.
Mars will shortly ingress into Scorpio, where has dignity by sign, term, and face within the Via Combusta, the area in the tropical zodiac between 15 Libra and 15 Scorpio. These testimonies augur more intensity, power and ambition for Trump as his campaign implements an all-out political blitzkrieg on his GOP rivals and stay on message.
Venus rules the 7th House of Trump’s ten GOP establishment-approved candidate, hoping to pull off a major upset in Iowa or New Hampshire. Venus is peregrine – lacking composite dignity, in the 2nd House – of middling strength, and besieged between malefic Mars and Saturn. Unfortunate testimonies for the establishment candidates, that confirm the contentious rivalry among themselves as they continue to pull one another down like crabs in a barrel.
The Sun — ruler of the prize, the GOP delegates of the early contested states of Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina — is exalted in the sign Mars, indicating that the Republican state delegates far more enthusiastic about a possible Trump nomination then what political experts are stating.
Finally, the Moon will ingress into the sign of Scorpio and conjunct Mars, indicating that the polls are actually understating Trump’s strength. Also that Trump has a more effective grassroots get-out-the-vote organization and will convince his angry supporters to actually show up at the polls over the next 30 days and vote.