Answering Readers Questions…

I’d just like to thank all of you out there who have posted encouraging and kind words. Also I want to thank all of you for your hope and good energy, and your belief that we can get through this troubling time, and make something better of our world. Your faith and hope will be contagious, and help our country, and our world get back on track. It is so important that good and kind people continue to believe in their fellow man even in the face of ignorance.

We are all here to learn and those among us who open our heart, and show kindness teach love and point others (and ourselves) toward the path of light with even the smallest act of kindness.

More questions from readers:

The first from Hope and a Plan:

Hopeandaplan

Hey Denise, we all really appreciate your taking the time to share your insights and compassion. My quick question is during the last depression the US had 25% unemployment. I read that contributed to the vicious economic cycle. Will the US experience 25% unemployment in the next couple of years? Thanks. Best to you.

I asked about that number, the tarot said:  No. 

I asked if we would experience 15% it said: No

I asked if it would be about 30% at its worst point: Yes.

But my feeling is that this will be a very swift kick of in the butt, and be terrible of course, but turn around much faster then it did during the 30s. Meaning I feel the restructuring of the global economy will happen over the next couple of years, and at the worst of our downward swing it’s going to be very bleak, but will turn around pretty quickly, within a few years, and be out of that range and headed back to a healthy place.

Bottom line is my feeling is: the worst of this will last a few years, but by the end of the first Obama administration, it will be turning around, and we’ll see things getting back on track. This is going to be very tough for him. I couldn’t think of a worse time to be president then now! But if there was ever anyone up to the task it would be him. We are going to need his passionate hope and belief in the goodness of the people, besides a great plan to save this sinking ship. But we can and will do it.

The next question comes from Grace:

grace43

Thank you for your insight. Your intitution is running on the exact same tract as mine. I see a period of finicial depression ahead, but also a period of hope. I see what I term as the New Reniassance. I see majors advances in the arts and sciences. I am not sure if this is intitution or just my major in American history of the 1930s when there was certainlly great advancements in the arts, music, and literature. It is definitely an “interesting” time to be alive.

My great hope is that we will not see massive teen homelessness like they did in the 30s. Hopefully, we have in place social services for teens in crisis. I’m a mother. I can’t help but worry about the kids. How do you think things will go for the children during these hard times?

Thank you.

Hi Grace,

I worry about them, too. I’m also a mother. But even before I was one, I worried about kids. They are so vulnerable and so important to the future of our world. One worries that being exposed to the kind of traumatic events that will unfold over the next few years and beyond (as we get back on our feet) will adversely effect them.

But there is something very interesting about the children born over the last 20 years, and currently being born. They have so many outer planets in winter signs — meaning they are very old souls. Of course, just because they are old souls doesn’t mean there won’t be those among them who bring a lot of bad karma and negativity with them, but since the late 1980s and into the 1990s when there was a rare conjunction of Uranus and Neptune in Capricorn there has been a shift of energy taking place on our planet.

I believe we are starting to see the effect of this in the group of young people who are now taking great interest in politics (this is of course not to say there hasn’t always been great old souls coming through, I’m just talking sheer numbers of them since this period). I’ve been saying for a long time, that these young people would be very idealistic and spiritual, but not necessarily in a conventional sense, meaning not necessarily religious. They will also be very artistic and have a love for the unique and original. They will contribute a lot to innovation especially in the arts and those born a bit later in the sciences.

Now that Pluto is going from Sagittarius into Capricorn and Uranus has been in Pisces and Neptune in Aquarius, we will see the babies born now turn out to be very old, and unusual souls. On the whole they will be more sensitive and intelligent then previous generations. I believe we will see an evolutionary leap in our species from those children born from the period of the late 1980s on until those born until 2011. But when Uranus goes into Aries younger souls will begin incarnating in greater number again. Not that younger souls are bad they are just newer on the road. Of course they can also be amazingly pure, great people with many gifts and lots of love to give.

We saw a bit of this leap among people born in the 1960s when Uranus was conjunct with Pluto in Virgo, an aspect that happens once every 144 years. And in this case it was in Virgo so times that by 12, and you get an aspect in sign that only happens approximately once every 18,000 years. This was why there was such an uprising of liberal views and a mini-revolution/social revolution going on at the time. This was a window of intense learning and idealism which is embedded in those born during that time. Ironically, there were less people born during this period then any other on earth living today. Meaning this generation is the smallest group on the planet, so their impact has been small in society (Obama is on the front end of this conjunction, but it’s out of sign) and their voices often silenced because they don’t have big numbers. But this first 60s group paved a course and with this new influx of similar types, starting from people in their early twenties to babies right now, we will see some major shifts in the collective unconscious over our lifetime. This is a very good thing.

Now back to your question, I asked the cards if we would see massive teen homelessness:

The answer: Yes.

But, this will change the social services we have in this country for kids and teenagers for the better. It’s strange, but all the cards that come up for this are basically positive which makes me think that there will be opportunities for many of these kids they wouldn’t have had under their previous situations, such as the potential for a college education and a change in their fate for the better. Some or most would have been in dire situations with abuse and/or extreme poverty they would have had to endure, but with the revision of the social system they will find new hope and opportunity awaiting them.

It’s odd. I’m not saying they won’t have a hard time, but most of these kids will have come from families who were abusive or so troubled they would not have gotten their needs met. And because the public will be more aware of these kids they will actually get more help then they normally would. And lets face it when everything is rosy most people don’t think about anything, they kind of check out. Our current crisis is going to make us rethink how we do just about everything, and it will engender much needed compassion in our society.

Gwen Merrick

Dear Denise,

Thank you for the insight you are bringing to so many during these extrordinary times. I have a political question with reference to New York City Mayor Bloomberg who recently strong-armed the City Council in voting to change the term limits which the people of NYC voted twice against through his backroom politics. He truly believes he is the only one to deal with this financial disaster which originated here (what extreme arrogance). Do you see him winning the Mayor race next year and will the people of NY rise up against this non-democratic vote. I am deeply concerned about this as a small business owner knowing that the decisions he makes are only made to enhance the wealthy and create more burdens for the working class.

Thank you again.
Gwen

Hi Gwen. Let’s ask the cards: Will Mayor Bloomberg win the next mayoral election?

OK, when asking this question 5 cards literally fell out of the deck. I always take that to have great meaning. They were all reversed so I would say, no. He isn’t going to win the next election. And let’s see why:

He’s got a bad record and people remember this. He’s not well liked. He’s pissed off (For lack of a better word) a lot of small business owners and made it difficult to start new businesses as well as business partnerships, weakening the overall economy. But I actually get the feeling he’s made a lot of lawyers angry. This I’m just hearing. I feel there maybe a movement to overturn what he’s strong armed. He’s got some serious enemies. Also he has pissed away a lot of opportunity for New Yorkers, how I’m not sure, I’m feeling he’s grid locked the system and made New York more unappealing for not just small businesses, but tourists, multi-national global companies and has (in a way) isolated the city. He’s also very arrogant and out of touch with what the people really think and feel about him, which is, most people don’t like him. He does however have strong support from certain giant well established institutions and institutional corporations. This is perhaps where he gets his false sense of huberis. 

I’m getting a very strong no. He isn’t going to win. And I do feel the law he strong armed will be repealed by a group of lawyers who will sue to get it overturned.

Another question this time from Tyrone:

Tyrone Solee

Hi Denise, can I ask what do you think will happen to the Philippine Stock Exchange? And to the Philippine Economy?

Hi Tyrone,

That’s a big question. I’m going to see if I can find a chart on the Philippine Stock Exchange. I found the inception date and figured the trading began at 9:00 AM so I ran it for that time. If you know what time it starts let me know in a post so I can rectify the chart. Here is the chart:

So here we see that the Sun is at 01 degree Capricorn. This is the same degree as the Dow’s ascendant. I’m seeing this 1 degree Capricorn in so many financial charts it’s making me wonder if that degree has some special significance especially to markets. Anyway, it’s in the 11th house and the Sun rules the 7th, meaning it will take a big hit because it’s friend (us) and partner (us) is going to get punched. It will also start freaking out in late December. I haven’t been paying attention to it, but I’m sure there have already been signs, and problems as this aspect gets tighter.

Now the bigger problems are going to come down the line — it may even dissolve and be re-invented or absorbed by another market, rumblings of this will start in January 2014, but it may not happen until later when Pluto hits Uranus and then all of a sudden it will go bye-bye. That will be a few years later in January of 2017. This could be part of the global market change I’ve been talking about, perhaps the Philippines will transform around that time. But I’d say from December of this year until November of 2009 this market will be very volatile and you might want to stay away until it settles down. Hope that helped.

The next question is from Joe:

Joe Mayer

The gold company Yamana Gold
Symbol (AUY)
will it rise back to the 15 to 20 mark? 

I asked the tarot will it rise back to the 15-20 mark in the next 3 months.

The answer: Yes. 

So keep watch and take advantage of it! 

Best wishes to everyone, blessings and good luck.

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Answering Readers Questions…

6 thoughts on “Answering Readers Questions…

  1. grace43 says:

    Your answer left me very hopeful. Thank you so much! It also explained why my 5 year old Tarus daughter is so absolutely nuts about science.

    I so hope you are right. That new Nebraska Law which allows parents to abandon their kids had me worried.

  2. Tjuania in Desoto, Texas says:

    I just wanted to say that I read your website every morning before I go to school. You are very insightful and accurate…..I have also read some of the awful blogs that you get constantly, and that is just ridiculus—if they don’t like what you say there are other websites they can go to!!!

    Keep up the great work…

  3. grainman says:

    Dear Denise,
    I’ve never consulted a psychic on-line. So I can’t account for why I spontaneously decided to Google “psychics on economic collapse” tonight. But here I am, having read your blog for well over an hour, asking for your insight on what I hope is a question that may have wider appeal than just my own, personal, selfish need. And I’m spending time trying to craft my question just right because it’s easy to see how you yourself spend liberally of your own precious time to answer everyone thoughtfully, with respect and diligence. So thank you. I have found your blog to be a really useful resource, deeply insightful, and entertaining to boot!

    My question concerns Latin America. I have been expecting the current crisis for years, having read all I could get my hands on about the corrupt Federal Reserve banking cartel and the Elite’s plans for New World Order. So I’ve been scouting out safe havens for some time and have recently decided (about 97% decided, I should say) to move to Argentina and live on a remote farm with a couple of close friends, growing our own food and simplifying life as we ride out the coming tsunami you refer to.
    The 3% doubt is because I know nothing of finances really. I’ve never invested in the Stock Market, thankfully. And I have very limited savings. (Certainly nowhere near enough to retire in Los Angeles, where I currently reside.) My friends think I’ve gone mad and am about to jump out of a getaway plane without a parachute!

    Frankly, I’m basing my 97% decision purely on how my heart felt when I stepped onto the farm we found about 100 kilometers outside of Buenos Aries. I know no Spanish, and less about farming. Yet it calls to me. (My friend in the adventure is Argentinian, however, and we’ve bought some farming books!!!)

    Now, I’m not asking you to validate my lack of due diligence and I promise I won’t sue you if my tomato plants wither on the vine. (Do they grow on vines? Not sure.) I guess I just want my 3% non-intuitive part to have the benefit of your 103% insight. So the question is not anything as lame as “Am I making the right decision? Please live my life for me!” It’s much more practical and down-to-earth. How do you see the “Global” Collapse playing out in Argentina, specifically, considering they already had their own very recent melt-down? Is economic lightning likely to strike twice in the same place? Fiat ‘money’ – paper money – is surely doomed in most areas of the world, I would think. But do you think having a little land to grow food is a better idea than clinging to nice bright, shiny metals?

    I hope the question might be of help to others considering ‘personal bail-outs’ rather than having faith in the one the Elite’s just fostered on everyone. Thank you for your time, insight, energy, humor, and obvious caring.

    God bless all your (ad)ventures.

    Alan

  4. mrd3 says:

    Grace is right that we are entering a “New Age” when our nation’s (and global) priorities will change. There will be a greater emphasis on the arts, sciences and health/healing. The changes will impact types of occupations. I believe that corrupt and damaging industries will dissolve. Specifically those that are damaging to the environment. The majority of the population is ageing, so they will demand changes to the healthcare industry. The “baby boomers” will demand it.

  5. Marie says:

    Thank you in advance for answering my question. Your time and energy is much appreciated.

    Will Obama/Biden win PA, OH, FL, NC, CO, NV, VA and IN?

    Will they have a lanslide victory?

    Thank you

  6. yahookid says:

    hi denise,

    i just want to ask, when will be the best time for me to invest in forex trading..

    my birthdate is may 29, 1978, 12:30 am phil. time

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