Elizabeth Warren – not her moment



Elizabeth Warren has become the first high profile Democrat to toss her hat into the ring for 2020, announcing she is forming an exploratory committee. A former law professor, she gained prominence for her critique of Wall Street after the 2008 financial crash, has been a senator since 2012 and gained fans for standing up to Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell on the Senate floor. But she is seen as a divisive figure and may be too polarizing to fit the times.

Born 22 June 1949, Oak Hill, OK, maybe 1.51 pm (unverified astrotheme), she’s a rebellious and innovative Sun Uranus in Cancer in a sensible sextile to Saturn in Virgo.  Her Saturn is widely square Mars Mercury in Gemini, giving her grit and an argumentative streak.

She’s got an uphill battle at the moment with tr Pluto opposition her Mars/Saturn midpoint and that runs throughout  2019; but where she really starts to dip is between March 2020 and late September 2020 with tr Neptune in hard aspect to four of her key midpoints. She may decide to call it quits before 2019 is out and if she doesn’t I doubt with all that Neptune around that she’ll get the nomination.

She’d have more luck in 2024 when tr Pluto will conjunct her Jupiter.

3 thoughts on “Elizabeth Warren – not her moment

  1. On the positive side of the scale, her Sun conjunct Uranus in Cancer is close to the US chart’s Venus/Jupiter conjunction, which could lend itself to popular support for herself and her programs. And her Mars in Gemini is closely conjunct the US Uranus in Gemini, which suggests an activist, reformist bent to her ideas for the country. I like her, she can definitely be a force for the common good, is detailed in her proposals and is pragmatic.

  2. Darn it…..I had high hopes for her. It goes without saying that these candidates could do themselves a huge favor by employing the services of a good astrologer. Would certainly save them a lot of time, grueling effort and disillusion, not to mention that of their supporters.

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