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Global Trends & Cycles provides analysis of long-term prospects for nations and companies to help you make informed decisions on expansion and risk.
Through analysis of long-term cycles of human civilization, the specific character, location and timing of upcoming changes can be determined in advance and used to advantage to avoid high-risk situations and capitalize on growth opportunities of manageable risk.
The Global Trends & Cycles website forecasts and services are produced by Marie Schoeppel.
The Asian currency crisis of 1997 was foretold by two important astrological configurations in the first quarter of 1997: a stellium of Jupiter, Uranus, Ceres, and Mercury at 5* Aquarius on February 13; and a total solar eclipse at 18*31’ Pisces on March 9. These two configurations were the planetary setup that simply needed to be triggered to create a domino effect.
Investors appear to be expecting the Federal Reserve to begin raising interest rates at their September 16, 2015 FOMC meeting. Some think that the Fed has waited too long to raise rates; others think that raising rates too soon will kill the sluggish recovery. But what everyone wants to know is, when will the Fed begin interest rate increases?
It’s not just Donald Trump who has a major hit to his chart by the total solar eclipse in 2017: in North Korea’s chart*, Saturn at 28*46’ Leo is conjoined by the position of the August 21 eclipse at 28*52’ Leo. Who will blow their top first?
Potential for conflict between Iran and Turkey increases during the summer of 2016. Turkey expands its army and makes increasingly aggressive moves. Iran sees Turkey as encroaching on its territory of influence. Turkey could risk a military confrontation in order to claim dominance over parts of Syrian territory.
The comparison has been made between Greece’s referendum choice on July 5 and the Greeks’ refusal to bow to Mussolini in 1940 (read Ambrose Evans-Pritchard’s excellent article here). That refusal has symbolic significance to the Greeks as they struggle with the prospect of even harsher austerity measures if they agree to another bailout from their EU creditors. However valid one considers this comparison to be, comparing the astrological charts of the two dates shows compelling similarities
On June 16, 2014, the US Supreme Court refused to hear Argentina’s appeal of a previous court order that blocks the distribution of Argentina’s July 2014 bond payment until Argentina settles with bondholders from their default in 2001. In December 2001, Argentina defaulted on its loans, and in January 2002, removed the peso peg to the US dollar, resulting in the peso’s devaluation.