Astrology, the study of celestial bodies and their influence on human affairs, has been around for thousands of years. But in recent years, it has taken on a new level of popularity and intrigue, particularly in Washington, D.C.
With political tensions running high and a seemingly never-ending news cycle, it’s no wonder that people are turning to alternative forms of guidance and understanding. And for many, astrology has become a source of comfort and insight.
One of the main draws of astrology is the idea that our fate is written in the stars. By looking at the position of the planets and the alignment of the constellations at the moment of our birth, astrologers can determine our personality traits, strengths, weaknesses, and even our future.
But it’s not just individuals who are turning to astrology for guidance. Politicians, lobbyists, and journalists in Washington are also looking to the stars for insight into the political climate and the future of the country.
In fact, there are now several astrologers who specialize in political astrology, using their knowledge of the stars to predict election outcomes, analyze political leaders’ charts, and even advise politicians on their policies and strategies.
One such astrologer is Wade Caves, who has been practicing astrology for over 20 years and has a reputation for accurate political predictions. In the lead-up to the 2016 presidential election, Caves correctly predicted that Donald Trump would win, based on his analysis of the candidates’ charts and the astrological climate at the time.
But it’s not just the political elite who are turning to astrology. Astrology apps and websites have become increasingly popular, allowing anyone to access daily horoscopes, personalized birth charts, and even live astrology readings.
And with the COVID-19 pandemic causing so much uncertainty and anxiety, many people are turning to astrology as a way to make sense of it all. In fact, some astrologers have even suggested that the pandemic is a result of the rare planetary alignment that occurred in January 2020.
Of course, not everyone is convinced by astrology’s claims. Many view it as little more than pseudoscience, with no basis in fact or evidence. And there are certainly some astrologers who take advantage of people’s vulnerabilities and fears by making vague or inaccurate predictions.
But for those who believe in astrology’s power, it can be a source of comfort and guidance in a world that often feels chaotic and unpredictable. And with the stars aligning in new and unexpected ways, it’s possible that astrology’s influence on Washington and beyond will only continue to grow.