American election: H. Clinton vs. D. Trump

Written by  on November 8, 2016 

The American presidential election it’s not only about America, but it will influence the whole world both politically and economically in the following years.
This Tarot reading it’s about the two options and how Americana – and the world – will look under the leading of Hillary Clinton, respectively of Donald Trump.
Humans tend to choose with them hears, not their minds.
We are always very emotionally involved and unable to think straight.
Emotionally probably I would vote for Hillary. Mentally I’m still trying to figure out how America came to this point where they have to choose between these two…
But then again, I learned to analyze the things detached, uninvolved and objectively, from the third, neutral (or reconciling) perspective.

The United States presidential election of 2016, scheduled for Tuesday, November 8, 2016, will be the 58th quadrennial U.S. presidential election.
Voters will select presidential electors, who in turn will vote, based on the results of their jurisdiction, for a new president and vice president through the Electoral College. The term limit established in the Twenty-second Amendment to the United States Constitution prevents the incumbent president, Barack Obama of the Democratic Party, from being elected to a third term. The 2016 election will determine the 45th President and 48th Vice President of the United States.
Businessman and reality television personality Donald Trump became the Republican Party’s presidential nominee on July 19, 2016, after defeating U.S. Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, Governor of Ohio John Kasich, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio of Florida and other candidates in the Republican primary elections. If elected, Trump will be the oldest president to take office. Former Secretary of State and U.S. Senator from New York Hillary Clinton became the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee on July 26, 2016, after defeating U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont. If elected, Clinton will be the first female president.
Various third party and independent presidential candidates are also running in the election. Libertarian Party nominee and former Governor of New Mexico Gary Johnson has ballot access in all 50 states plus Washington D.C. representing all 538 electoral votes. Green Party nominee and former physician Jill Stein has ballot access in 44 states plus Washington D.C., representing 480 electoral votes. Johnson and Stein have appeared in major national polls. At least 24 other third party candidates and independents will appear on the ballot in at least some states, or are running as write-in candidates. Independent candidate and former Chief Policy Director for the House Republican Conference Evan McMullin led in at least one opinion poll in his home state of Utah. No third party or independent candidate has carried a state since 1968. (Source: Wikipedia)

For this prediction I used the Game of choices spread.
1st card shows the current situation.
Cards 2, 4 and 6 shows how the things would look like under the lead of Hillary Clinton.
Cards 3, 5 and 7 shows how the things would look like with Donald Trump in the office.

It’s not about who will be the next American president, but how the cards reveal, I would say that Donald Trump has the first chance.
In the long run things looks relatively good for both of them, in short term life will be much more spectacular with Trump.
I show you the cards, but the choice is yours!

1st card, current situation: Eight of Cups – Neptune in Pisces (12th House, House of Self-Undoing or House of Prison); Numerology: 6.
With Neptune in its home in Pisces, we have the finest qualities of its energies at our disposal. Pisces tend to naturally have the ability to reach beyond the limits of the mundane and material existence. These shifts in times are usually crisis laden as change creates stress and fear mostly for those functioning at an ego and survival level, where those spiritually motivated find the awakening a welcome leap.
It’s a very emotional moment and the decision will be an emotional and not a rational one.
It’s also represents a little bit of disappointment regarding the past (eventually of Barack Obama and his two terms) and reveals the need for change.

Cards 2, 4 and 6, the cards showing the perspective with Hillary Clinton.
We’ve got: Death, Three of Swords reversed and Ten of Wands.
Death is the manifestation of feminine emotions with a strong erotic and mystic component – It’s Hillary’s zodiac sing card (Scorpio). Three of Swords reversed means wrong management of the partnerships and diplomatic failures. Ten of Wands it’s a card of difficulties and of testing. Sun in Sagittarius brings a sense of responsibility for society and for themselves. Encouraging new experiences and traveling, discovering foreign cultures and learning new things.
Mostly they tend to idealism, and, as a rule, they are fair, honest and generous.

Card 3, 5 and 7, the cards showing the perspective with Donald Trump.
We’ve got: Two of Wands, The World (The Universe) and The Sun.
Two of Wands represents impulsiveness and the need to decide one way or another. Sometimes it might be a very quick decision to change the direction radically. They don’t usually pay attention to anyone else’s input. They are spontaneous.
Mars in Aries is often ahead of everyone else. They get restless if life gets predictable. They like new, fresh ideas. Challenges are their cup of tea.
The World is the perfect representative for the Age of Aquarius.
These folks are humanitarian, philanthropic and keenly interested in making the world a better place. Along those lines, they’d like to make the world work better, which is why they focus much of their energy on our social institutions and how they work (or don’t work). Aquarians are visionaries, progressive souls who love to spend time thinking about how things can be better. They are also quick to engage others in this process, which is why they have so many friends and acquaintances. Making the world a better place is a collaborative effort for Aquarians.
The Sun, the giver of life, represents our conscious mind in Astrology. It represents our will to live and our creative life force.
In the Tarot, the card The Sun represents Sun in Libra (fall).
Libra natives like to weigh the pros and cons of a situation before they come to any conclusion. If carried too far, they get to the point where they can’t come up with any conclusion, thus they can be very indecisive. They tip the scales one way, then the other, hoping to find the proper balance.
Libra natives have an innate sense of fairness, though, and can be diplomatic, cooperative, helpful, idealistic, sociable, dependent, insincere, lazy and self-indulgent. Libra natives are happiest when in partnership or in situations where they can adjust or work with human relationships.

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