(Astrology Explored) Bill O’Reilly came out swinging in his first interview since he was fired from the FOX news organization.
O’Reilly was fired from Fox News after an explosive New York Times report published in April revealed that he and the network had paid millions to settle sexual harassment lawsuits filed against him over the years — including two after former chairman Roger Ailes was ousted in the wake of his own sexual harassment scandal last summer. O’Reilly said on Friday that’s he’s had enough.
“From now on when I’m attacked, I’m going to take action — mostly legal action,” O’Reilly said. “It’s not going to happen anymore to me.”
O’Reilly’s sexual harassment allegations led to a massive advertiser boycott, and resulted in Fox News canceling the top-rated “O’Reilly Factor.” The cable news king was dismissed from his 21-year perch at the network.
O’Reilly said he was “target number one” from “the organized left-wing cabal” charged with “destroying voices” it “does not like.”
We don’t have Bill O’Reilly’s full birth data. We lack the birth time, so any information about the moon is speculative. But when you have not one, not two, but many Neptunian indicators in a chart, then well, such statements are full of speculation, if you put it mildly.
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(Astrology Explored) Apologies for the technical issues that surrounded the original post of yesterday.
The firing of James Comey came as a huge surprise to the American public. But is it a surprise?
What does the astrology say about the situation?
Moon, Mars, Uranus and Pluto Are Key Players
Astrologically Donald Trump has his Sun in opposition to his moon. Full moon people are often drawn into relationships with others, but may have difficulty navigating then. My opinion is that those with a significant Gemini/Sagittarius axis find it difficult to accept existing norms of behavior. Either they forever lock themselves with the confines of solidly defined roles or they chuck societal norms altogether. Trump appears to have cast himself in the later camp. Also, there is a tendency to see others as merely an extension of self or failing that, not at all. With the US Mars, the planet of trouble, sitting on his Sun/Moon axis it’s a given that trouble follows him in his role as president.
Mars, the planet of trouble (in the yellow section) of the Comey event charis within 10 degrees of Trump’s Sun/Moon axis and the US Mars point. This tells me two things. First, Trump did make the decision to fire Comey before Tuesday. I say he made this decision around May 4th or 5 days before the actual firing when transiting Mars hit the US Uranus. It also indicates that since Mars has not yet reached his Sun, his problems are just beginning. Continue reading