What do the stars predict about 2019 elections?
As elections date of May 8 approaches, there are many predictions as to which party will emerge victorious.
Astrologer Dawn Carter looks into the future and makes an analysis of the upcoming elections.
When I look at this I see Neptune in the first half, which is in the sign of Pisces. Neptune is a planet that dissolves our ideals, things can be a bit hazy and uncertain. We may feel discouraged at this time.Dawn Carter, Astrologer - Soul Direction
In the second half, which is about the country's budget and finances, we find three planets: Charon, Venus and Mercury. They are all in the sign of Aries.Dawn Carter, Astrologer - Soul Direction
Aries is a very action-oriented sign which can be somewhat aggressive. Mercury is about our communication, logical and reasoning capabilities.Dawn Carter, Astrologer - Soul Direction
According to Carter, this shows that the country's communication is going to be strong over the next months.
A lot of communication could be about national housing, mining, agriculture, natural disasters and of course opposition parties.Dawn Carter, Astrologer - Soul Direction
The astrology also shows that the country's international monetary relations could be reasonably good as well as matters relating to imports and exports, says Carter.
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