I’ve been asked to predict the winner of American elections ever since I began working for the media, back at Elle and Vogue magazine. I can predict I’ll have even more calls about this, as we draw closer to November 2020.
The U.S. Election 2020 in astrology is not just about one day and two parties, though. It is about a whole range of factors coming into play. We are going to see bad corporate and family systems be taken down this year. That could easily affect Donald Trump’s chances, given that he is impeached as I write this on January 21st, 2020, and the path to removal is there.
More happily, we are going to see the beginning of Aquarius weather, and a lean towards female leadership, within the greater party, and the empowerment of female voters. Equality is written in big letters over the U.S. election in astrology. Why? Libra weather. But we’ll get onto that in a moment. Let’s start with some powerful trends in 2020 and how they affect the way America feels (and thus the world).
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