Tap Into the Predictive Power Of Cardology

I predicted that Donald Trump would win the 2016 presidential election and that Roy Moore would lose his bid for a Senate seat from Alabama, and I did it relatively simply and easily using a system known as cardology, which is based on the symbols found in an ordinary deck of playing cards. You can harness the power of this system for your own benefit, to help you understand and work with the forces behind your current life circumstances and relationships.

In the period between the major party conventions and the 2016 presidential election, I looked at many astrological sites for predictions concerning the outcome. Almost all of them predicted a Hillary Clinton victory, and in all cases the methods and reasoning used to come up with these predictions were so complex as to confound any amateur. Anyone looking at these sites in the wake of the election would come to the conclusion that, even in the hands of experts, astrology is of little use in making predictions. Cardology, on the other hand, offers a fast, easy, and reliable means of prediction, and one that can be mastered by anyone.

Instead of using actual playing cards, cardologists utilize a few specialized tools in the form of charts.

(1) The first is a one-page Birth Card chart that allows us to find a Birth Card for every person based on the day in the calendar year on which they were born.
(2) The second is a series of twelve charts of Planetary Period dates, one for each month of the year, which allows us to locate anyone at any moment in time within one of seven 52-Day Periods of their Yearly Age Cycle.
(3) The third is a series of ninety Age Spread charts that allow us to find the key cards that will influence a person in the course of their Yearly Cycle, as well as within each of the seven 52-Day Periods of that cycle.

I began by looking up both Donald Trump’s and Hillary Clinton’s birth dates, which were June 14, 1946 and October 26, 1947, respectively. Then I looked up these dates on the Birth Card chart and found their Birth Cards: the 3♦ and the 9♥. Trump was already 71 years old, and would be so through the election, which was scheduled for November 8. Hillary was 68 years old, and would turn 69 just twelve days before the election. Next, I looked at the Planetary Period charts to see exactly which 52-Day Periods they would be in at the time of the election. Trump, I found, would be in his third 52-Day Period, known as the Mars Period. Hillary would have just finished the seventh period of her Age 68 cycle, known as the Neptune Period, and be just beginning the first period of her Age 69 Cycle, known as the Mercury Period. It was the cards for these periods that I was most anxious to examine.

Looking at Trump’s Cards for his Mars Period, I found the 3♠ sitting over, or “displacing” the A♠. Using astrological terms, this would be like saying that the 3♠ was in the “house” of the A♠. The meaning of the 3♠ could vary, but one possible interpretation was that Trump’s aggressive pursuit of his desire could get him involved in more than he could handle. The A♠, meanwhile, could indicate a “fated beginning” for him; that is, a new undertaking that would eventually lead him to something that he was meant to do (for whatever reason) from the day he was born.

Hillary’s Age 69 Mercury Card was not particularly revealing, but when I looked at her Age 68 Neptune Card, it turned out to be the 9♣. The 9♣ in Neptune is commonly interpreted as representing a major life disappointment, a period in which a person’s longtime cherished dream would most likely come to an end. That card, alone, convinced me that she would lose the election. The one thing that puzzled me was that the period in which this card was in effect would be over before the vote would actually occur. The conclusion I came to after the election results were in was that Hillary had been under such a perfect storm of negative influences in the days leading up to the vote that, in essence, she had already lost the election before it even took place.

In the case of the special election in Alabama I used a slightly different technique, which was to look at the Daily Cards for Roy Moore and his opponent Doug Jones. Once again, I looked up the relevant birthdays, which were February 11, 1947 and May 4, 1954, respectively. Then I used the Birth Card chart to find their Birth Cards, which were the A♠ and 2♠.

Since the Daily Cards are calculated all the way back from the day of birth, I used an online Date Duration Calculator to find the number of days between their birth dates and the day of the Alabama special election, which was slated for December 12, 2017. I then made a few quick computations with the help of a hand calculator to determine on which Age Spread charts to find their Daily Cards, and specifically where on those charts to look. Roy Moore’s card didn’t tell me much, but Doug Jones’s card was the K♠, the most powerful card in the deck, which suggested that he would most likely win the election.

I have developed my own unique method of cardology based on years of study and research, and can use the same types of techniques that I’ve outlined here to highlight your card influences for the coming year and pinpoint the optimum periods and days within your Yearly Cycle for whatever specific purpose you anticipate.