2019 South African general election: Analysis and News

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.

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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.

To hear the rest of the conversation, listen below:


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : What do the stars predict about 2019 elections?


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