Author Archives: Bill Hansen

Conservatives and Liberals in American Politics

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There are two basic philosophical tenets in American politics – conservatism and liberalism. These are comparable to the Republican and Democratic parties. Political parties tend to adhere to one of these two philosophical systems, reflected by the party platform. Third parties, like libertarianism, have yet to be viable competitors in modern times. Although the 2010 […]

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Picking Presidents

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PICKING PRESIDENTS There is a 12-year cycle present in U.S. presidential elections that relates to the twelve-year orbit of Jupiter. There is another, longer cycle of 72-years that corresponds to four repetitions of the Jupiter-Saturn cycle. The 12-year cycle marks important third party elections; whereas the 72-year cycle signifies great historical turning point elections. The […]

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WHY ASTROLOGY?

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Astrology is one of the oldest systems for interpreting human behavior. It has guided leaders, inspired prophets and philosophers, challenged the greatest thinkers of all time, and fascinated people for centuries. And many of its tenets have been scientifically verified. Astrology reveals your personality and future in career, relationship, and family matters. It details the […]

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America in Decline

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AMERICA IN DECLINE What you are about to read may frighten or enlighten. But we as a nation are surely on a course, like the English and Roman Empires before us, toward decline. For those of you unfamiliar with my writings, realize that I interpret the cosmic signs based on historical records rather than pure […]

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The Next Pandemic

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The NEXT PANDEMIC A disease that spreads over a large portion of a continent or the world is called a pandemic. These killer bugs have plagued mankind many times over the centuries. The Black Death of the 14th century killed nearly seventy million people, mostly in Europe. The Plague of Justinian eliminated nearly forty million […]

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Our New World Age

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OUR NEW WORLD AGE Mayan and Egyptian astrologers were aware of the Precession of the Equinox, a gradual shifting of the first day of spring (when the Sun is at 00 Aries) westward through the zodiac (ecliptic) by 1-degree every 71-years. The Mayan 2012 end date is based on this movement; their calendar ends in […]

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TEMPERATURE TREND 2017

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NEWS BEFORE THE NEWS TEMPERATURE The national average temperature indicates a variety of political, social, and life-style trends.  During warm trends governments are more centralized.  International affairs take precedence over national ones.  Federal regulations increase.  Prices rise.  And moral decadence is on the rise.  During cool trends, individualism replaces group or state control.  National affairs […]

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PRECIPITATION FORECAST 2017

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NEWS BEFORE THE NEWS PRECIPITATION National average precipitation is an accurate indicator of the economy.  It is often a ‘leading indicator’ of what is to come.  Wet trends correspond with bull markets and a growing economy.  Dry trends correspond with bear markets and a shrinking economy. Notice in the graph the wet 1990s when the […]

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NATIONAL FORECAST for 2016-2017

The stock market forecast and predictions based on temperature, precipitation, and sunspot cycles are in the link PREDICTIONS above THE YEAR 2016-2017 Interpreting the Diurnal-Planet-for-a-Year progression to the Declaration of Independence chart gives an overview of the year for the United States. This amazing progression method is fully explained in my book Your Cosmic Oracle. July […]

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2017 SUNSPOT PREDICTIONS

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NEWS BEFORE THE NEWS  SUNSPOTS Sunspots have a lot to do with weather trends. They also indicate during their cyclical rise and peak restlessness, anxiety, tension, increased accidents, storminess and cooler weather, conflicts, wars, pandemics (72% of the time), and mass human/animal migrations.  Low sunspot periods correspond with less human energy and production, epidemic diseases […]

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