In Presidents of Hope and Change, the author
takes the reader on a fascinating journey through
the stars as she details the strengths and weakness
in Obama’s own sky map; describing how and where
it aligns to not only the birth chart of the
USA but also his connections to the specific
chart of his own inauguration. Is he the right
man for the job?
By noting Obama’s significant commonalities
with Jefferson, Lincoln and Kennedy, the author
skillfully leads to us to form our own conclusions.
Ms Muir’s research also confirms astrologically
our current national and international scenarios
playing out in the larger arenas of finance—and
the credit debacle—into education, religion,
law and infrastructure.
Using the influential and interwoven cycles
of Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, Uranus and Pluto
to predict issues and trends up to 2012 and
even beyond to 2025, Ms Muir leaves us with
the clear message of hope as she depicts the
future of President Obama at the helm of the
USA ship of state.
This non-technical book explores the charts
of all 43 presidents through the 232 years of
our history. Only the top 10 remarkable presidents
with significant personal astrological alignments
to the USA chart are discussed briefly, with
the charts of Presidents Jefferson, Lincoln,
Kennedy and Obama (including Vice President
Biden) addressed in considerable detail.
This very important and powerful book discusses the growth and evolution of the United States as a country; and how the people (presidents) chosen to lead the country filled powerful needs at the time of their election and during their service to oversee this growth. This emerging country was coming about (i.e., being born) at a time when a shedding of old ideas was creating demands for change. Issues and methods which were no longer acceptable to this land’s populace were being forced upon its people by a distant and uncaring monarchy. People living in the upcoming “United States” (actually then a collection of 13 independent colonies) were unhappy with the careless way in which their lifestyle, the way they had chosen to live, was not only threatened, but also trampled upon without their representation or input.
Our forefathers and their families came to this land because they sought freedom of expression. They sought freedom from the bondage which had persisted for generations in their home countries. People came to this land with a vision that they could start their lives in a new way, create an atmosphere of freedom and cooperation, and have their wishes and demands incorporated into a system of government which would put the needs of them, the people, first. These people had the idea, the dream, that government could serve the people, and not vice-versa.
Issues such as religious freedom, the opportunity to determine how revenues were collected and allocated, and the rights of land owners, common defense, etc., needed to be explored, defined, and set into principles of government. And, they were. Leaders of the colonial entities came together, not easily or with any sense of comradeship or familiarity, but driven by such common needs and purposes to create answers to the reasons why they and their families had chosen this land for their home.
What Marilyn has done in this book is to investigate and explain how the leaders chosen over a period of more than 200 years worked to further and fulfill this initial dream. Imbedded within the psyche of the United States are the ideas of freedom, brotherhood, equality and fairness. Every four years the people of the United States decide and choose the prime leadership needed to continue with these ideals. This is embodied in the presidential election process. The people examine the candidates, they debate their qualities and somehow make decisions about how each proposed candidate could or would further their own personal picture of these ideals. For this set of common ideals to persist and shape decisions, and to happen every four years, there must be some energy which persists through historical time to shape this process. This energy can be considered to be the country’s ideal.... more (2 page PDF)