For President Bush
Published October 19, 2003
are passages from
the June 15, 2003, Future
Chronicle - Bush's Downfall Part 2 - The
Summer And Fall In Disgrace, listing the 4 hotspots
culminating in President Bush likely facing censure or even
impeachment by the November 9 lunar eclipse.
hotspots are a useful refresher in tracing Bush's unfolding karmas,
especially as the nation and the world approaches the likely
culmination of his fated presidency. In reviewing the
hotspots, the intervals have match up well with reality. The
specific consequences of each hotspot do tend, however, to overflow
from one hotspot to another. Yet, as this is a cumulative
process, and it is impossible to know if media reporting is complete
and objective (history does get rewritten with the advantage of
objectified hindsight), only time will tell the tale.
As shown, Bush is in his 3rd hotspot now,
from October 15 to 30. Positive events of the past week appear
to contradict the prediction, but it is important to understand that
Bush's successes with the UN resolution, and Congress's agreement to
pass the $87 billion military budget bill, may be just pyrrhic
victories. These may not even be victories at all, if the two
groups' actions signify support without actually giving the needed
cooperation, or they include restrictions hampering results.
Also, this last week saw a major administration public relations
effort to put a smiley face on the economy, Iraq and Afghanistan,
which the media reported as encouraging, even as gruesome dead faces
in the Mideast were added to the litany of suffering, as
widow-maker Mars continued to hold sway.
I The Chronicle
As the 4 hotspots are discussed, the trend in Bush's
public rejection is demonstrated in an excerpt from Face-off 2003 Bush/Hussein,
below. That is, the karmic harvest (natural consequences)
of Bush's actions will reveal the truth and thereby allow us to reconnect
the reality we're told with the reality we feel.
inception of this second year of the new millennium,
uncert ainty hangs like an impenetrable fog blanketing
a sailing ship. The view ahead is obscured.
The captain's fair-sailing promises and favorable marine
weather reports fail to dispel the crew's cold
clamminess. In this unfamiliar
disconnection between personal reality and official
statements, the cold penetrates right to
This fog-bound ship analogy to our nation's current
dilemma doesn't suggest a prophetic 'Heart Of Darkness'
voyage, nor a 'Brave New World' society view. Yet,
memories of these kinds of worrisome scenarios
inevitably echo back from the disconnection between the reality we feel and the reality we're
The 4 Hotspots
A) July 16 to August 10. The economy and
stock markets decline. Bush experiences growing
policy opposition at home and abroad as a widening credibility
gap opens about Iraq's WMD and his failed tax cut. Bush uses
increasingly forceful rhetoric (demagoguery), and his lying escalates,
especially as he often "blurts things out." Bush
angry frustration and falls back on his religious fundamentalist
message against "evildoers." Bush is vulnerable to
accidents and assault.
August 27 to September 20. Religious violence
escalates, and the Mideast spins increasing out of control.
to rally the country behind him and threatens military action, but the nation is weary of
constant warfare. International
relationships break. Bush's lies are uncovered and assailed, and
together with his imperial attitude, a
backlash of rejection slashes him. Ticking time bomb of lying about
Iraq's weapons of mass destruction is ready to explode.
October 15 to October 30. Te economy is mired in
recession. Federal and States deficits inflate.
Escalating problems in
occupied Afghanistan and Iraq disturb the public and Congress. Bush's health and safety
are compromised, and his power evaporates. He is
discredited in Congress. Bush's
supporters draw away.
November 5 to November 9. Bush faces
censure or impeachment proceeding. That Cheney may be included in the
accusations creates a problem for succession.
days into this third hotspot, Bush is half way through his 6 days Far East
jaunt, trying drum up money
and troops for Iraq and resolve the truly imminently dangerous North Korean
nuclear issue. Regardless of media reports, these efforts tend to be
unsuccessful. ($1 1/2 billion from the Japanese is just 15% of the $10
billion they paid for the first Gulf War.) Further, the prediction that
Bush's health and safety are compromised is reinforced by his visiting a
volatile part of the world. I've experienced a nagging foreboding about
this trip since hearing about it, and whether this is imagination or
intuition, I have an obligation to convey this
insight. There are 5 considerations here that apply.
Vedic chart continues to indicate discord with foreigners, and he is exposing
himself to their Mars-inspired antipathy.
Saturn, a planet of great harm to Bush, is crossing his Sun, which signifies
both power and the body. At the very least, Bush's diplomatic efforts
will be stymied.
NASA reports today:
An X-class solar flare erupted today near
sunspot 484--a remarkably fast growing active region near the sun's
northeastern limb. Yesterday the spot was barely visible; now it is
about 7 times wider than Earth. Because of its location near the sun's
limb, today's blast was probably not Earth-directed. Sunspot 484 is,
however, moving into position where it could aim solar flares and
coronal mass ejections our way later this week -- if solar activity
Such electromagnetic eruptions
have caused power grids to fail, and they visit their havoc on
people's nervous systems as well.
4) Mars in Bush's chart brings accidents and
travel problems, and as exhaustively discussed in earlier Forecasts, Mars is
particularly virulent now.
5. Bush visits
Indonesia on Tuesday, October 22, and that country lays astride a harmful Saturn
Astrocartography line, shown below.
The Far East is
a half a world away, and therefore a half day earlier than US time. Our
Tuesday, then, is Indonesia's Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning. The
specific nature of Bush's trouble is not known, but a troublesome trip seems