There are two types of Libran politicians. The tough and the nice. Tough Libran politicians tend to be successful. They understand other people’s strengths and weaknesses, and they know how to get to the top of the ladder. Nice Librans, by contrast, are usually political failures. They want everyone to be happy, and in the process they lose their authority.
Examples of Tough Librans include Italian President Silvio Berlusconi, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and ex-British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
The most famous Nice Libran is Jimmy Carter, who was US President from 1977 through to 1981. He’s highly intelligent, and also a great humanitarian. And he was one of the worst post-war US Presidents, under whose leadership America lost a lot of ground. For example, there was the Iran hostage crisis and the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. He wanted to do the right thing, but in the process his authority was undermined.
In British politics the first Labour Prime Minister, Ramsay MacDonald, was a Libran. Like Jimmy Carter he wanted to do the right thing, and in response to a national crisis he entered into a coalition with the Conservatives. As a result, his own party regarded him as a traitor.
David Cameron, like Jimmy Carter and Ramsay MacDonald, is a Nice Libran. From what I can gather, he really is a nice guy, who wants everyone to live together in harmony.
He was also born exactly a century after Ramsay MacDonald. Ramsay MacDonald was born on October 12 1866; David Cameron was born a hundred years later, on October 9 1966.
I find this an interesting coincidence, and I wonder if it’s possible that David Cameron really is a reincarnation of Ramsay MacDonald.
Ramsay MacDonald may have died a political failure, but perhaps his desire for political office didn’t die with him.
At the time of his death, in November 1937, Saturn was in the twenty-eighth degree of Pisces. Twenty-nine years later, when David Cameron was born, Saturn was in the twenty-fifth degee of Pisces.
Saturn is the planet of Karma, that takes around twenty-nine years to orbit the Sun, and we can imagine that when Ramsay MacDonald died, he was told that he would have to stay dead for a full cycle of this planet.
When he was reborn, if my imaginings are correct, he chose wealthy and well-connected parents, who would give him the advantages needed to resume his political career as quickly as possible.
However there is now a big danger that David Cameron repeats the mistakes he perhaps made in the 1930s. Being too nice, and putting too much trust in human nature.
If he really wants to be a successful politician he must be tough rather than nice, being more of a Vladimir Putin and less of a Jimmy Carter.
This suggestion might sound outrageous. Surely, in terms of spiritual evolution, we should become nicer and more humanitarian, as we move from one incarnation to the next? Not necessarily, because one of the lessons that many Librans need to learn is that the road to hell is paved with good intentions.
Copyright © 2010 Archie Dunlop
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