Just how accurate where the 2011 Astrology Predictions of Astrologer Paul Ng?
As recently written by thestar.com, Paul Ng had multiple accurate Psychic Astrology Predictions for 2011.
HURRICANES: Ng correctly predicted that Florida and the eastern seaboard of the U.S. would be hit hard by hurricanes in 2011. According to the National Climatic Data Center, the 2011 Atlantic hurricane season produced an above average number of tropical storms. Arguably most notable was Hurricane Irene, a powerful Atlantic hurricane wrought devastation (and cost billions of dollars in damage) as it moved from the Caribbean and up the U.S.’s East Coast.
CALIFORNIA FIRES: Ng predicted that fires would devastate California. While the Golden State did experience serious wildfire activity (especially in early September), the major wildfire stories of 2011 came out of drought-stricken Arizona and Texas, where raging wildfires destroyed livelihoods and forced thousands of people to flee their homes.
JAPAN: Ng said Japan would be the biggest international story of the year. He said the country’s Prime Minister Naoto Kan would be forced to step down or be forced into a snap election — one he was predicted to lose. Kan resigned from politics in late August, after he was widely criticized for a perceived lack of leadership following the country’s devastating earthquake, tsunami and Fukushima nuclear crisis.
So with these accurate Psychic Predictions in mind, what does Astrologer Paul Ng Predict for 2012 Year of the Water Dragon? Paul Ng has the following 2012 Astrology Predictions:
MEDICAL BREAKTHROUGHS: New treatments will be available for terminal illnesses such as cancer. Stem cell research will play an integral role in many treatments.
MORE TROUBLE FOR RIM: Hewlett Packard, Research in Motion (RIM) and other traditional cellular phone companies may run into more trouble. China will develop an enormous communications network.
U.S. REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT: Politics will swing toward the right in the U.S. and Obama’s Democratic Party will have trouble clinging to power, according to Ng. In terms of its economy, the U.S. will see a strong year, with lowering unemployment rates and greater opportunity. The country’s economy will be led by major advances in the technology and automobile industries.
NATURAL DISASTERS IN TAIWAN: Taiwan will suffer many natural disasters, according to Ng’s annual forecast. In addition to Taiwan, the world will see many earthquakes and volcanic activity in the next year. Ng predicted that temperatures will skyrocket in China and the Middle East.
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A West Virginia Astrologer Jeanne Mozier recently laid out her 2011 Astrology Predictions to the herald-mail.com. Astrologer Jeanne Mozier has been addressing astrological questions, for more than 30 years — especially when a new year is on the horizon.
“The cycle of Uranus, which starts this year, will define the 21st-century life,” Mozier said. “Lots of innovative, inventive ideas will be pouring out, particularly in the spring. Then people will start grounding some of these ideas and making them real.”
Below are Mozier’s 2011 Astrology Predictions:
April through July will be a preview period for a 14-year cycle that starts in 2012 that emphasizes the connection and impact of mental and spiritual health to the physical body, Mozier said.
Saturn is in Libra, the sign of relationships, Mozier said.
“Saturn is the planet that says, ‘Learn lessons here,’” Mozier said. “And so that’s, in essence, what’s happening across the board.”
People will be questioning the structure of relationships, Mozier said. Expect continuing dialogue around whether the institution of marriage is dead, further debates around gay marriage.
Starting in early June, people are going to feel like their wealth is increasing, Mozier said.
“That means that they’re going to be willing to spend the money — which is a good thing for all those folks who’ve been waiting to sell their house or waiting for the real estate market to at least raise itself from the grave.” Mozier said. “It will never go back to being the speculative frenzy that it was at the beginning of this decade.”
On a broader scale, the United States will continue to face the transformation of its financial structure, a cycle Mozier predicts will last through 2024.
People willing to multitask have an advantage. It’s also a good year to start your own business, Mozier said.
“Anyone who believes they’re going to get a job that provides them with everything for the rest of their lives is living in a world that will never come back again,” Mozier said.
The alignment of Neptune and Pisces will have an impact on technology, Mozier said. She forecasts a movement toward universal platforms and the popularization of virtual reality.
“(Virtual reality) has its strengths and some really frightening weaknesses,” Mozier said.
Chiefly, that weakness is escapism.
“People will be choosing various avenues of escape, from the traditional drugs and alcohol to losing themselves in the game world,” Mozier said.
She said on a symbolic level, the recently released film “Tron: Legacy” will epitomize many of the trends this year.
“It’s like, ‘OK, here we are, sucked into the computer reality,’” Mozier said. “The creatures are programs and human beings are something totally different.”