Newt Gingrich’s extraordinary and seemingly successful counter-blast against his ex-wife’s allegations about his lack of a moral compass are probably due to a Jupiterian uplift from Uranus. Tr Uranus is trine his Jupiter/Pluto midpoint and square his Jupiter/Uranus till February 4th. That bodes well for his chances at the moment. Though it won’t last (especially if they keep pushing for his 1997 ethics violation report to be issued). He does have more upbeat influences in late April to early June. But tr Pluto square his Mars/Neptune and square his Jupiter/Saturn in July/August – should dish his chances. May/June also see tr Neptune square his Mercury which will induce even more muddled thinking and speaking than usual.
Mitt Romney is sagging more than somewhat though he’ll pick up more enthusiasm from mid March for a few weeks with tr Uranus opposition his Jupiter/Pluto. And he does look much more on form in July/Aug and Oct/Nov with tr Pluto trine his Jupiter/Uranus.
But still anyone’s guess. The Republicans seem determined to tear each other apart in this very odd election process.
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Rick Santorum will be boosted till early February by tr Uranus square Mars/Jupiter. But it gets really messy for hi thereafter.
Ditto Ron Paul who’ll sag badly in April/May though with odd cheering moments.
Gingrich although very Neptunian which should make him non-confrontational does have a feisty Mars in Aries which is in a hard sextile to Saturn and a wide trine to Pluto – so he’s no pushover when attacked. His Gemini Sun opposes a Sagittarius Moon squaring onto Neptune in Virgo – so he’s exceptionally tricky to pin down given Neptune’s elusive qualities.
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