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A Look at Senate Candidate, Doug JonesJonesDougImage

Since we are the verge of what is possibly the most talked about Senate election in American history, I thought it would be nice to look at the horoscope of Doug Jones. Unlike his Republican opponent, Jones doesn’t get a lot of press. He’s apparently never be accused of molesting children or banned from a mall. Pretty bland stuff, I know, but let’s take a look anyway.


We don’t have a time of birth for Jones and I have to admit that a partial chart done for his birthday is predictably bland. (Click on Doug Jones to see the horoscope.) He a Taurus by Sun sign but the Sun is not strongly aspected. His Taurus Mercury gets some action in the form of opposition to Saturn and a trine to Mars. Jones has an active mind but his thinking tends to be predictable and his opinions fixed. He follows the rules. Like I said, pretty bland.


Looking at the Jones’ transits for tomorrow, it is striking that Jupiter will be moving into an opposition to his natal Sun. Contacts with Jupiter, even hard aspects, expand our horizons and boost our confidence. They often bring us good fortune, as well. This might be something for supporters of Doug Jones to get excited about, if it weren’t for the fact that Roy Moore has a similar aspect impacting his chart tomorrow. (Transiting Jupiter will be square Moore’s natal Mars.)


Last week, when I wrote about the Full Moon chart for Dec. 3, (click here to see that article) I noted that the strong Neptune influence in that chart predicted that emotional, non-rational motivations would sway this election. I felt that this would help Roy Moore, who needs to convince the people of Alabama that being represented by a conservative degenerate is preferable to electing someone with a “D” after his name.


I still think this is true, but it is also possible that the emotionalism of Neptune could cut to other way, bringing out voters motivated by revulsion at Moore’s past and dislike for his biggest supporter, President Trump. Since the personal aspects in both charts (as much as I can see without a time of birth) are about equal, we’re going to have to wait until tomorrow to see which side Neptune helps the most.

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