a philanthropist and successful business man. I wanted to see some of his background. I remember just a cursory glance at his chart was amazing. Now that he is running for President, I decided to go into the blueprint and see who and what he is about.
One of the first things you notice is that he has a number 5 life path from his date of birth. Important agents of change for the United States have had number 5 life paths–think Abe Lincoln, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Teddy Roosevelt. It is very rare to have a 5 life path president. They are always here when America is launching a new version of itself and important changes must be made.
I would have thought coming into the primaries this late in the game would be a mistake but then it might be a stroke of genius. Over the next few months others will get to know who he is and acknowledge him as a legitimate candidate. We do have a few Democratic candidates running in the primaries with 5 life paths (Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders and Marianne Williams) but their charts are loaded with karmic challenges in this life time. Not Michael Bloomberg. He came in with no karmic challenge in his name. He has no missing numbers that can create a downfall. On top of all that is the powerful personality of the number 8 –from his consonants, the hardworking soul of the 4 –from his vowels and the charming, happy 3 from all the numbers in his name.
It is also the astrological chart, or his energy package, that startles you. He has the sun in Aquarius, Moon in Aquarius, Mercury in Aquarius and Venus in Aquarius. In America’s birth chart, her moon, which represents the people of the United States, is also in the sign of Aquarius. This is a powerful match for a leader of this country but also a leader for the times of the world. As we march into the Aquarian Age, it is no surprise to have a leader with all this Aquarius in their chart. To top it off, his Saturn, Lord of Karma, is in the sign of Taurus. This is the common sense placement. He has more common sense than the average leader and can see through pie-in-the-sky ideas. My sense is he was here during the birthing of this country back in 1776 through 1789. He chart is very similar to those who were here to birth the nation. I believe it is no mistake that he came into the race when he sensed that the cast of characters running for office will not be able to defeat Trump in the 2020 election.
For those who will say he’s not a Democrat, he was, actually, up until 2001 when he ran as a Republican to become Mayor of New York City. He became an Independent in 2007 and stayed Independent until 2018 when he returned to the Democratic fold. He did not inherit his money, he built it himself. His father was an accountant for a dairy company. He did get an MBA from Harvard and and a BS degree from John Hopkins. He is definitely a brain and he took this power into the financial markets. First he was an employee but eventually, he formed his own business and the rest is history. People with 5 life paths always do better when they are their own bosses. They need to work for themselves–especially if they have no missing numbers.
His greatest challenge is not in beating Trump; it is in getting through the primary. There will be resentment from the existing candidates and the supporters who cling to them. If common sense prevails–which is a big “if”–they will give him a chance or at least hear him out. When they realize all the money and expertise he has provided numerous Democratic candidates over the years, his climate-change and anti-pollution programs, his gun control programs and more, he is truly a force for the people. His philanthropy list is long and he has signed the “giving” pledge to give the bulk of his billions away (the same list signed by Bill Gates and Warren Buffet). You will not see him being sued for fake charities or fake universities.
My concern with all these elder candidates, Trump, Sanders, Warren, Biden and now Bloomberg is their mental capacity. I would love to see laws passed that require Presidents have not only a physical check up each year but also a cognitive examination by a neuropsychologist. In that way, we can see what is going on with cognitive skills from year to year. We will continue to have aged candidates as we have people living longer and we cannot risk impaired leaders running the Presidency.
Let’s see where this horse takes us over the next several months. California will be the deciding factor in March–its’ primary is only 3 months away.