Alex Miller’s Asteroid Astrology and Predictions

I’m a real fan of Alex Miller’s asteroid astrology. He was contacted by the Daily Beast about his take on the 2020 election. So were several other astrologers, but  Alex’s take is the most specific.

“Saturn and Pluto have been playing tag for most of 2019, and will come into exact alignment in January 2020, just as the impeachment trial begins in the Senate,” astrologer and author Alex Miller wrote in an email. “At the same time, in late December, the president will be receiving an exact hit from a solar eclipse on his birth asteroid Whitehouse. This alignment could conceivably spell the end of his presidency.”

Here’s the link to the entire article. What I find so interesting about Alex’s take is the specificity.

We recently have gotten comments from a supposedly black woman, Kellynkerrigan, who seems to be a trump supporter. You can find her comments under the last two posts.We don’t  have any desire to argue with ardent trumpies and finally blocked her from commenting here It’s not something we like doing, given the 1st amendment:

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

One of her comments:

I didn’t come here to defend Trump, and I have no inclination to start my own blog. You keep bringing him up, so I keep responding. If you don’t want to talk about politics, then stop making your blog about politics. It’s not why I come here, and I’d wager it’s not why most of your other readers come here either. Stick to what you know.

But if you’re going to spout misinformation on a public blog, you can darn well expect to be challenged on it.

Really? Misinformation?

I don’t remember saying anything about climate change being a hoax, I just said this specific incident has nothing to do with climate change. You jumped to that conclusion because you’ve been told that all conservatives reject climate change as a hoax, so you figure I must fit the stereotype.

Have you ever met any actual conservatives or Trump supporters? You seem to have this preconceived notion of how all of us think and conduct ourselves. There’s a word for people who prejudge others based on stereotypes, you know – as an African-American I’m quite used to it. People are (usually) more subtle about it when it comes to race, but the idea of prejudging a person based on a stereotype is very much the same.

Sigh. We don’t feel like engaging in endless disputes and arguments about trump, climate change, or any of the other republican talking points. For us, the bottom line is simple: unless trump is removed from office, democracy will become history and we will be like the characters in The Handmaid’s Tale, asking, How’d this happen?

So, sorry Kellyn, go start your own pro-trump blog and join the likes of Fox News.I think I’ll stick to Alex Miller’s take on things!

And here’s Alex’s most recent article on the impeachment going public:

The Timing of Impeachment







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13 Responses to Alex Miller’s Asteroid Astrology and Predictions

  1. Nancy says:

    It is your blog. Say what you want to say. Isn’t that the point of a blog? As for blocking people – that is also your right, with YOUR blog.

  2. Laurence Zankowski says:


    sort of a hornets nest when it comes to United States of America 1st amendment rights and the rest of the world. I always thought that the writer of their own blog can block, remove or bar comments as they see fit. You are in my view within your rights to do this even to me. With social media( when was social media never social media? ) being based in the Silicon Valley at first, it seemed all followed our Constitution. Not so any more. The world is connected but also under each sovereign nations’ bylaws or kingdom rules. So, what to do about this? Well, this is a start;

    I would keep this link in your masthead, just and idea not a prescriptive

    be well


    • Kay says:

      I don’t think it’s a question of whether or not you can, it’s a question of whether or not you should. I agree with Beth that you shouldn’t ban anyone for their politics. You say she wasn’t banned for disagreeing but then you go on to say she was banned for disagreeing “relentlessly”. Well maybe, but I sorta remember you being pretty relentless yourself. Sometimes you just have to agree to disagree in order to get along with people. When you bring up politics people WILL respond, and if you just let them have their say instead of arguing it’s much easier to get along with them. Just my 2 cents.

      • Trish and Rob says:

        Thanks for your comment, Kay. And yes, I’ve been relentless, too. But I don’t go to pro-trump blogs or websites to express my opinions.

        • Kay says:

          But that’s kind of the point, isn’t it? This isn’t supposed to be an anti-Trump blog OR a pro-Trump blog. It’s supposed to be a blog about synchronicity. Kelly was right when she said that’s what your readers come here for and when she said if you don’t want to talk about politics then stop making your blog about politics. More posts about synchronicity and less about politics. PLEASE!

          • Trish and Rob says:

            Actually that post is about synchronicity – the names of the asteroids fit the political story. Astrology is one big synchronicity, particularly the kind of astrology Alex Miller practices. And there are a lot of global and trickster synchros in politics.

  3. Becky C says:

    Fox News devotees remind me of the dog that barks continuously, not because there is an actual stimulus or need to communicate but because somewhere another dog is barking and, dammit, they’re gonna bark too!
    Kelly-whatever might benefit from the saying “Stay in your own lane.”


  4. Beth says:

    With all due respect, banning and silencing people who don’t share our views is the single biggest criticism I hear from my conservative friends when it comes to liberal politics. I’m a liberal, I don’t support Donald Trump nor agree with much of anything he says, but I have to say they’re right to criticize our side on that front – many on the left are too quick to ban, silence, cover our ears, etc when we hear something we don’t agree with, instead of listening and offering counter-arguments, of which there are many. Let’s face it, 60 million people voted for the man, and we can’t assume all of them are stupid. They have their reasons for believing what they believe, and we have ours. It’s okay for us to hear things we don’t agree with, and it gives us a chance to defend our views with facts and logical arguments. You shouldn’t ban people for disagreeing with you. Just my opinion, FWIW.

    • Trish and Rob says:

      Well, I would like the black Kelly Anne to tell us why she supports Trump when his right-hand man—if not himself—is an avowed white nationalists, according to emails released by a former employee of the right wing news site, Breitbart. So come back Kelly Anne, tell us why you are hanging with Stephen Miller. Or, do you have an independent opinion, that Trump should fire him? I doubt it.

    • Trish and Rob says:

      The problem is that Trump believers are all inon the gaslighting of the American public. They buy into the conspiracy theories, even though they’ve been debunked. If Trump promotes, it must be real. It creates an alternative reality based on lies and half-truths, and we don’t want to promote it here.

    • Trish says:

      I didn’t ban her for disagreeing. I banned her because she kept at relentlessly, and I have no interest in constantly arguing and I don’t have the time, either. She was also condescending and it all got tiring. Her beliefs are hers, fine. She should start her own blog.