Joe Biden is a Scorpio Water Horse, according to Western astrology and ancient Chinese tradition. Scorpio is the sign of death, sex and taxes, and although it wasn’t sexy, I couldn’t help but notice how he paid tribute to the dead for his inauguration. He took his oath before a field of the dead; invoking and honoring them at the same time. As an astrologer, I’m amazed by it. I think it was the first time ever, that the Capitol Mall was filled with flags honoring the dead, rather than people. Think about that!
I don’t believe Biden or his administration were doing this on purpose. I’m an intuitive, and it’s one of those things I just KNOW in my bones. He’s nothing of what the Qanon folks claim him to be – he’s just a good guy. I just think his inauguration manifested this way. In fact the WHOLE THING was VERY Scorpio. These are some Scorpio qualities that were present:
- The Truth was spoken
- There was a huge military presence
- It was QUIET – dead quiet – compared to the bluster we’d experienced from the 45th president. The City was locked down and QUIET.
- It was solemn and spiritual
- It was a complete transformation from the riots before
- The Dead were invoked and present
- It was authentic
- He spoke of Unity – which is a highly spiritual concept dating back to ancient times. It’s also what this country desperately needs.
- …most of all, it was healing
I hope the GOP and those on the far right give Biden a chance. Please please please. If you don’t have the facts about something, be doubtful of it. Seriously examine your sources. We need to return to the truth.
from ABC News: “The Presidential Inaugural Committee has installed some 191,500 U.S. flags of varying sizes on a swath of the long, grassy park to represent the American people who cannot attend Biden’s inauguration. The public art display, which covers the National Mall from 3rd Street to 13th Street, is illuminated by 56 pillars of light and includes flags for every U.S. state and territory.”
Article in the NY Times: Opinion | Photos: Joe Biden’s Quiet Inauguration – The New York Times (nytimes.com)