Cambridge Astrologer Predicts 2008
We here at Boston Daily love to read our horoscopes. (For our money, the ones in the Herald are the best.) But we’d never thought of an astrological forecast for an entire city before. But the Cambridge Chronicle is on it, enlisting a local astrologer to check the chart for the People’s Republic.
Joyce Levine did a reading for the city last year, and hit some of her predictions were pretty accurate (though there was no mention of the Boy Scout kerfuffle.) She did another reading for Cambridge, which is a Capricorn this year, and found that 2008 will be a good one for the city on the other side of the river.
Levine expects the housing crisis will have a minimal impact, and that crime will drop after an initial spike early in the year. But there is some good old Cambridge rebellion in her forecast as well.
Levine expects the start of a national movement as citizens begin rebelling against rising taxes after Pluto moves into Capricorn. . . .
Said Levine, “The last time Pluto was in Capricorn we had the Boston Tea Party.”
Pair that with her predictions for the presidential race, and it looks like we may be calling our boy Ron Paul Mr. President by the time all’s said and done.
Clinton could be in for more political disappointments and McCain’s political aspiration may fade. A third party candidate could have a major impact on the presidential elections and has the best chance of winning in years.
This election is only going to get crazier, isn’t it?