It appears that as I write this, Joe Biden is going to be declared by most news bureaus to be the winner of the presidential election before the end of the day, and possibly before their public appearance at 8pm ET tonight.
That makes me … relieved, more than anything else. If Trump were re-elected, we’d get absolutely no control over COVID. We’d probably have as the very least a million deaths by 2024, and probably two million. Now we’re getting into Holocaust territory; do understand I know the differences. It also conjures up the Stephen King novel I first read as a tween that was published in 1978 — The Stand. Perhaps his greatest novel. Of course, in that book, 99.8 percent of the people died.
Beyond that, we’d continue our disastrous course in foreign policy and the Affordable Care Act would be gone. (It may still be gone, as you’ll see below).
So we averted a disaster or several disasters. But this election did not go well, overall.
Biden BARELY won. Even though he was in the lead for the national popular vote by 9 percentage points, he’s probably won it by about 4. And the tipping point state was thought to be Pennsylvania that Biden was ahead by 5 points. Now, it’s likely that the tipping point state will be won by Biden by 1 percentage point, or 2 at the very most.
More to the point, it’s looking very unlikely we’re going to take back the Senate. Cal Cunningham idiotically got himself into a sexting scandal. Somehow Susan Collins beat Sara Gideon (it wasn’t even close), and Theresa Greenfield lost in Iowa. We’re going to be dealing with Collins, Joni Ernst, and Thom Tills, for SIX more years.
Luckily, both Senate elections in Georgia are going to a runoff. We have to win both of them on January 5, 2021 just to get to 50 seats. This is not particularly likely to happen, even though Biden is on the verge of winning Georgia. The reason for this is that Democrats tend not to turn out in Georgia unless it’s Election Day. It’ll be hard to get our people to the polls, but you can bet right-wingers will turn out reliably.
And Democrats were expected to get around 52 seats in the Senate. We underperformed our polling all the way around.
Many of you have remarked along the lines of, “how could Trump even have a CHANCE to win this election,” moving on to “So many of our fellow Americans are racist and hateful.” More details than that; you know I know what you’re talking about.
There is a very specific reason we didn’t take back the Senate and that Trump barely lost. It is astrological. I studied Vibrational Astrology under David Cochrane and graduated recently. In a number of classes we discussed the political scene and he taught me the following:
We are in a strong 13 vibration right now. This is because transiting Neptune and Pluto are 2/13ths of the zodiac apart from each other (in other words 2/13 x 360 degrees). As you know, they are very slow moving planets and we have been under this 13 vibration all of the time since 2015, and on a limited basis for a few years before that. The 13 vibration is even more powerful when a third planet aspects the other two planets in 13ths.
13 vibration tends to favor right wing ideologies. One nice example of this is the entrepreneur responsible for creating 600 jobs and being heroic in that way (and, perhaps, giving us something of great value). One not-so-nice example of this is MAGA — Trump’s glorification of fascism.
On the other hand, 9 vibration tends to focus on the health of a community as a whole. 9 vibration tends to favor left-wing ideologies. It is very helpful to us.
We are going to be in a strong 13 vibration with Neptune and Pluto until sometime in 2024. (This will affect the midterms in 2022.) From there we will revert to Neptune and Pluto in a 6-vibration — i.e. 1/6 of the circle, or 60 degrees from each other. This isn’t quite as good for us as the 9 vibration for us is but it is still fairly helpful and, most importantly, the 13 vibration will be gone.
It occured to me to say something publicly on my Facebook page that, because of this, the election might be a lot closer than we expected it would be. I held my tongue. But it was going through my head.