Local Psychic Erica Phillips weighs in on the Jodi Arias trial in this interesting Fox news interview.
Psychic Clairvoyant Erica Phillips visits local Fox 10 studios to talk about why Jodi Arias may be in trouble. Phillips reads Jodi Arias through her Psychic charts where she comes to the conclusion that Arias “creates her own reality” and “she becomes who someone wants her to be.” Psychic Erica Phillips reads Jodi Arias through her energy field gaining awareness to Jodi’s secretive personality, by doing this the Psychic views Jodia as someone who is extremely manipulative to others, who always tries to get her own way.
As Erica reads the energy of Travis Alexander thought to have been murdered by Arias, the Psychic sees his energy as conflicting with that of Arias, she feels that the two clashed and brought out the worst in each other. Travis is a Leo and Jodi Arias is a Cancer – Phillips describes this mix as “gasoline on fire” being a horrible match of signs.
As written by astrology.com, some of the many manipulative and negative aspects of the Leo Cancer relationship.
Cancer is a Cardinal Sign, and Leo is a Fixed Sign. Under stress, Leo becomes opinionated and stubborn, and Cancer can act as a subtle manipulative force…. If, however, they haven’t made their love intentions clear to one another, they may find themselves on a never-ending emotional roller coaster ride. Cancer, hiding behind that innocent shell of theirs, can be the more quietly controlling of this pair and might — to a degree — manipulate their Leo loved one when it seems practical to do so.
The Psychic Reader Erica makes the prediction that Arias will be found guilty – but will not face the death penalty as this was a crime of passion.
Jodi Arias a good looking 32 year old woman has had many comparisons drawn between her and Casey Anthony in the press – and many are afraid she may dodge a murder conviction just as some feel Casey Anthony did. Jodi Arias was charged with first-degree murder in the brutal killing of Travis Alexander in the couples suburban Arizona home in Phoenix 2008. Jodi claims that she used self-defense when Travis attacked her after she dropped his camera, then grabbing a gun in an attempt to fend off Alexander…
Will Arias be found guilty, will she get the death penalty if so, what do you think? Shout out in comments.
With December 21, 2012 and the end of the famous Mayan long-count calendar just days away, many want to know – will the world end? One Astrologer says “no.”
Austin Texas Astrologer Donna Woodwell MA, an Astrologer and Researcher, believes that the predictions of a 2012 doomsday after the long-count calendar ends, are simply bad interpretations of the Mayan teachings, as reported by digitaljournal.com.
“What’s happening in December is the start of a new Mayan long-count cycle, something like beginning a new millennium in our modern calendar,” says Woodwell, who also holds master’s degrees in Latin American Studies and in Journalism from the University of Texas at Austin.
“The world didn’t end when our calendar switched to the year 2000, and it’s unlikely it will when the Mayan calendar reads 184.108.40.206.0,” said Woodwell. “In fact, the last time the Mayan calendar ended it was 3114 BCE, and we’re still here. This is nothing new.”
With all of the books, documentaries and articles about the possible end of the world on December 21, 2012 – where did all of these interpretations come from? Woodwell believes it all stemmed from the writings of a metaphysical author in the 1980′s, as further reported by digitaljournal.com
This apocalyptic urban legend began in the late 1980s with José Argüelles, an art historian turned metaphysical author, who popularized the notion of 2012 as the beginning a new age of enlightenment. His philosophy drew heavily from Mayan cosmology and concepts of time. What makes the Mayan calendar different from the modern calendar is its more profound emphasis on the cyclic nature of time, according to Argüelles.
With so many different interpretations and readings of the famed Mayan long-count calendar it is easy for one to get bogged down in the details and confused; however, with just a few days left we will soon have the answer to who was right once and for all.
Are the interpretations of Astrologers like Woodwell correct, or those of José Argüelles predicting a doomsday event? Shout out your comment.
Highly respected 50-year veteran Wall Street trader for USB, Art Cashin has been sounding the alarms recently about possible increased earthquake activity which could be driven by odd planetary and solar angles which some see developing.
In a recent “Cashins Comments” piece, the famous trader said that another planetary alignment just may be the cause of earthquakes corresponding with the same period in 2012 noted by many as the start of the Mayan Apocalypse as noted by certain interpretations of the Mayan long count calendar.
The 1811-1812 New Madrid earthquakes were the most powerful earthquakes to hit the United States in recorded history. To this day the USGS warns that “The New Madrid Seismic Zone is at Significant Risk for Damaging Earthquakes.”
As recently written in a piece by businessinsider.com about Art Cashin’s comments on the Mayan Apocalpse as predicted by some interpretations of the Mayan calendar to occur on December 21, 2012.
Coincident Anniversary And The Mayans – Pop culture has delighted in focusing on the December 21st Mayan calendar number. Some have even projected the date as the end of the world. (In fact, floor wags teased disconsolate Romney supporters after the election, by saying “Cheer up. Sure Obama’s re-elected but the world’s gonna end in a month and a half.”)
Some traders note that the Mayan date comes reasonably close to the Anniversary of the great New Madrid earthquake of 1811. They bring that up because, at least one planetary observer claims that the period of December 17 through 23 will have planetary alignments, which he claims may be conducive to more frequent and more powerful earthquakes on this planet. This is not astrology. It simply measures the angle of alignment as if you were observing from the surface of the sun. Just one more thing to keep track of.
Who is Art Cashin? Art Cashin who has 50 years of Wall Street experience, is currently Director of floor operations for UBS Financial Services and a regular CNBC Market Commentator – UBS has over $612 billion under management.
Although some may question the Astrology Predictions of a Wall Street pro, it was reported by at least one source that Art Cashin predicted increased earthquake activity on September 9 – hours before a major earthquake struck off the coast of Costa Rica.
Do you think a Mayan Apocalypse could begin December 21, 2012 as predicted by certain Astrology interpretations? Shout out your comment.
Will Obama be victorious yet again in November? 2 of 3 Psychic and Tarot Card Readers seem to think so according to a recent article.
Can Obama really pull out a win after a complete failure in his first presidential debate? Perhaps he will win big in presidential debate three, in fact he may have to win big according to recent polls, and that is exactly what some Psychic and Tarot Card readers think may happen.
As written recently by the gazette.com, three Colorado Psychic and Tarot Card Readers predicted Obama as the victor come November.
Psychic Gushikawa shuffled her Tarot cards, sprayed her head and shoulders with frankincense and myrrh to clear her energy, and contemplated the upcoming presidential election.
The 59-year-old woman, with her calm voice and long dark hair, dealt the cards in a sweeping motion around a small table at the Metaphysical Celebration in downtown Colorado Springs on Monday.
“We’re having a rebirth of our nation,” Gushikawa said, interpreting the cards and describing 2013 as one of economic and international renewal for the United States. “It will take four months time to turn it around, but we’re ready to rise again.”
The woman, who said her name means strong spirited river, looked up from the table.
“What I’m seeing is that we will have (Barack) Obama as the president,” she said.
Astrologer Mary Jayn of Colorado also weighed in and predicted Obama as the presidential victor in November as reported by the gazette.com.
Two of the three who enthusiastically took part in the exercise said the cards, stars and other energies point to the re-election of President Obama.
“According to my charts Obama will win,” said Mary R. Jayn, an astrologer from Lakewood. Jayn said this is the 13th presidential election she has predicted with astrological charts. Her first was in 1964.
“I’ve missed with two out of 12. Those are pretty good odds,” said the self-proclaimed Democrat, noting that she even nailed the controversy-ridden George W. Bush-Al Gore race in 2000.
Could president Obama’s poor debate performance and the continued bad economy mark his demise – or will the American people see through that?
What do you think, will president Obama win re-election in November? Shout out your comments.
Celebrity Astrologer Susan Miller’s popularity simply continues to grow.
Susan Miller is known worldwide, with an enormous following; she holds a business degree from NYU and mixes her smarts with her Accurate Astrology Readings for Celebrities and legions of fans.
As reported by foxbusiness.com, Astrologer Susan Miller has practically become a household name.
Some are devoted to her; others don’t believe a word she says. But either way, Susan Miller has built a website that over 6 million people flock to monthly—and somewhat of a celebrity status, with more than 100,000 Twitter followers and a byline that graces the pages of magazines such as Elle in the U.S. and Vogue in Japan.
“Whether it’s her monthly horoscope, or the daily horoscope or the one she writes for Elle–however you get Susan–you always know it’s her. You can hear her voice,” explained Joe Zee, creative director of Elle and host of Sundance Channel’s All on the Line with Joe Zee. “She resonates with people, so instead of being like most horoscopes that feel generalized, Susan is specific.”
It was Susan Miller’s passion for Astrology Readings that really made her successful she said.
Miller said it was her passion for astrology, which was her second career (she had a 20 year run as an agent for commercial photography before starting the website), that pushed her forward.
“I believe we all have free will and have to take responsibility for our actions,” explained Miller. “I simply look for times of opportunity and constriction.”
She credits her mother, who secretly studied astrology and taught Susan the craft, with ultimately giving her the guidance to start her own business.
“She told me that when I was older, I’d write. And that when I got close to 40-years-old, there would be some newly invented form of communication, so new that she didn’t know the name of it yet, but that it would change the way I worked and would be the channel in which I made my ultimate contribution to the world,” said Miller.
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Astrologer Susan Miller recently cast her 2012 Psychic Predictions for the US Presidential Race, and with Mercury in retrograde things will not go smoothly.
As recently reported by businessinsider.com, famous Astrologer susan Miller made several US Presidential Race Astrology Predictions for 2012.
Miller predicts this race will be much like the Al Gore/George W. Bush mess back in 2000, with a “too close to call” race.
“From what I’m seeing in my charts I wouldn’t be surprised if the Obama//Romney race went all the way to the Supreme Court yet again,” Miller said. “It will also probably be too close to call.”
The election will also see even more machine break-downs and misplaced ballots, she said, explaining that Mercury will turn retrograde on the night of the election, which could keep things from going smoothly.
“The reason we have astrology is to plan, so the people running the election should keep this in mind and check all their systems now,” Miller told us over lunch.
She also said that Obama historically shares a sign with more presidents, who tend to be Aquarius, Scorpio or Leo.
“Because he’s a Leo, he is a good leader who sticks to the plan, which is something Americans like,” Miller said. “He’s unlikely to change his mind.”
Romney, a Pisces, might be better in crisis because he’d be more flexible to others’ input, Miller added.
Astrologer Susan Miller is the author of 3 books and proprietor of the Astrology Zone which reaches over 6-million visitors every month.
Who do you think will win the US Presidential election? Be sure to comment.
A reported 1500 Astrologers were recently found at the United Astrology Conference in the New Orleans French Quarter providing Astrology Predictions and Readings for an uncertain future.
As recently reported by cbsnews.com, the conference Astrologers pondered future Astrology Predictions from the U.S. Presidential race to 2012 Mayan Calendar Predictions.
Will President Barack Obama win re-election? Will the world end Dec. 21, as some say the Mayan calendar predicts? Will the economy ever improve?
If you ask the 1,500 astrologers contemplating planetary alignments this week in New Orleans, the answers are yes, no and yes.
The astrologers, representing 30 countries, are in the city’s famed French Quarter for the United Astrology conference held every four years. They say their work goes beyond the entertainment of horoscopes, tarot cards and palm readings, instead relying on in-depth study of the solar system.
Mercury being in retrograde is thought to be the source of many possible election problems as predicted by Astrologers in attendance at the conference. As reported by cbsnews.com.
Mercury — the planet of communication, tabulation and transportation — goes into what’s known as retrograde on Nov. 6, Election Day. Retrograde in astrology refers to the optical illusion of a planet moving backward, causing changes or disturbances in areas of life represented by that planet.
In 2000, Mercury was in retrograde when controversy swirled in Florida over the recount that took center stage in the race between George W. Bush and Al Gore. Florida was a swing state, and the outcome of the election wasn’t known for more than a month after balloting.
“There could be tabulation problems, problems with the polling machines. Vote absentee to make sure your vote is counted,” said New York City astrologer Shelley Ackerman.
As reported by cbsnews.com, Astrologers in attendance seemed to have a consensus view that Obama would be re-elected as President in 2012.
Astrologer Kim Allen, of Brooklyn, N.Y., said she’s got a “strong feeling” Obama will be re-elected for a second term, and she’s not alone.
“There’s a little bit of a consensus about Obama and pretty much a belief that Obama is likely to be re-elected,” said astrologer David Railey of Atlanta, who practices in the U.S. and in China.
That consensus is wide: Participants come from countries including China, Russia, Serbia, South Africa, Turkey, Mexico and Japan.
On thoughts of a Mayan doomsday for 2012, several Astrologers seeked to debunk that notion, reported by cbsnews.com.
“The first two decades of this century are the difficult ones, and we’re going through it no matter who’s president,”said Raymond Merriman, a financial astrologer and presenter at the conference. “We’ll come out of it by I would say no later than 2020. The next decade will be good.”
Many astrologers also are quick to debunk predictions that the world will end Dec. 21, in conjunction with the ending of one of the Mayan calendars.
“Keep making your car payments and your mortgage, because there’s going to be a 2013,” said Lutin, who is performing in a theatrical spoof on the subject Saturday night. “It’s not going to be doomsday. It’s not going to be an asteroid. It’s not going to happen.”
What do you think of these recent Astrology Reader Predictions, will Obama be re-elected? Will the Mayan doomsday occur in 2012? Be sure to leave a comment.
World famous Puerto Rican Psychic and Astrologer Walter Mercado known for his flashy capes and television appearances has a different view on life after recently emerging from a near death experience.
Psychic Walter Mercado recently announced that he is creating a charitable foundation to help children and teens in Puerto Rico as reported by boston.com.
The flamboyant psychic said he will auction hundreds of ornate capes he wore during his lengthy TV career that attracted a cult-like following across Latin America to raise money for the Shanti Ananda Foundation.
“The Walter of capes is over,’’ he said. “The public wants me like this, of flesh and bone.’’
The organization will target children with spina bifida and pregnant teenagers, as well as young adults who need help or guidance, he said.
Mercado, who now calls himself Shanti Ananda, remained vague when pressed for details about the organization or what kind of help it would provide.
“The type of help cannot be limited to one word,’’ he said, adding that the center would provide counseling and meditation.
He has not yet decided where to build the center or how many people it would target, but is confident he can raise enough money for the project. He has more than 2,000 capes sitting in an air-conditioned room in Miami, where he used to live. Each one costs at least $1,000, with many embroidered by hand, he said.
Mercado said he is shedding the elaborate capes that defined his TV persona after nearly dying from pneumonia and a heart attack in January.
Mercado emerged from his near death experience with a renewed sense of helping others in his life, leading him to come up with the idea of the charity.
“When you go through this kind of process, you change,’’ he said. “You value things that you didn’t value before.’’
Mercado made the announcement at his home near the capital of San Juan, where he sat nestled by embroidered pillows and bright scarves in a red-and-gold themed room. Instead of a cape, he wore a bright red shirt, an even brighter red tie and a velvet burgundy jacket topped with a bejeweled butterfly brooch.
Mercado said he nearly died after he was hospitalized for pneumonia while in his native Puerto Rico to celebrate the holidays. He then was transferred to a hospital in Ohio after his health condition worsened. His publicist later revealed that Mercado also had suffered a heart attack.
During his hospitalization, hundreds of fans called, wrote letters and posted encouraging messages on Facebook. Among those praying for him was Lilli Acevedo, a 56-year-old Puerto Rican who has followed Mercado since his early days.
“I loved him, and I loved his capes and his rings,’’ she said.
When Mercado became sick, Acevedo said she feared the end of his daily horoscopes.
“That affected me a lot,’’ she said. “That is like my cup of coffee every morning.’’
Psychic Walter Mercado is no longer seen on television, but he can sometimes be found writing horoscopes for El Nuevo Herald of Miami, along with many other newspapers throughout South America and Puerto Rico.