THE UNEARTHING EXPERIENCE
03 Oct 2011There’s been some wicked feedback from clients who’ve bought and sold at the right time or given up work for a gap year.
Without forgetting those who’ve had the halcyon times selected for an overseas holiday.
But the NZ Warriors’ making the Grand Final has unearthed another beauty from the unearthing business.
Foreign client wanted advice on selling a property last year and pays his customary $40 update fee. He gets instructed to wait for the better offer which arrived before the " cut off date " . He received his money in the predicted windfall month and departed.
Eight weeks later his former home and fields have been severely trashed by a tornado. Almost unrecognisable. It made me think of the tragedies of Christchurch and other places, which, you could say, have also been " unearthed ."
And how sad that our media has such a hatred of the oldest science in the world. Thousands of years before the hallucinations that invented the story about Jesus, emperors were using the great science to forecast their deaths.
The ego problems of fellows like Deaker and Golightly have been well documented, and these former great promoters of astrological phenomenon have finally realised that too much truth takes the shine off their soap boxes. Thankfully there are thousands who’ve been successfully introduced to astrology through the Deaker show, but obviously nowhere near enough considering all the gloom and sadness of the Christchurch earthquakes.
Then there was Stephen Stuart’s great lie on TV One in January 2010, when “ the astrologer is predicting a great year for Warriors’ assistant coach John Ackland and that he’ll take over from Ivan Cleary ! “ Quite sick, considering Cleary had already been marked for awesomes in 2011 and 2012 !
No Karma points for liars like Stuart, who has to grovel to get casual employment and ironically on interview day was having a whinge about having his shifts on Trackside Channel chopped after upsetting someone in the hierarchy ! ( More lies ? )
Now the foreign investor who spent the $40 and saved thousands in clean up costs, rebuilding and stress fees is on the opposite end of the Karma scale. From my ramblings here, he decided the NZ Warriors were valuable at 15 -1 to win the grand final then had another lick when they blew to 21s after losing their first three and informed his astrological saviour he was on a percentage of his Warrior profits.
In June the Warriors slumped again, losing 4 on the trot and prompting that HERALD imbecile ( see story on Sept 18 ) to label coach Cleary " a dead man walking " who should be discarded immediately. Mr foreign investor figured 8-1 was excellent odds for the NZ Warriors just to make the grand final and unloaded a five-figure sum.
Six hours after the Warriors had snotted the Melbourne Storm to make it there was an email asking if I wanted my cut in silver, gold or via the laundry. He made plenty and was very thankful, then philosophical after his other paltry $7k spend failed to reap $150k in the grand final last night.
We’ve enjoyed the great Warriors run this year and it’s also awoken many to the wonders of the astrological. I first began unearthing this brilliant 2011 about two and a half years ago, courtesy of the awesome Plutoes for coaching staff and management like Cleary, Ackland, Becht and co, remembering that yesterday Juniors’ coach J Ackland grabbed his second consecutive NRL title.
Even Warriors owner Eric Watson fitted.
From ASTROLOGY : THE PROOF ( published in July 2010) chapter Fourteen, ERIC WATSON----THE URANUS FACTOR:
“ Add some awesome Uranus, in 2011 hovering between Aries 0 and 4. Atop
Eric’s natal Mercury (Aries 0) and causing lots of brilliance and craziness,
mentally. But also trining the very rich fellow’s Jupiter (Sagittarius 1). Aries
likes Sagittarius, which means great enhancement for the Aries ego and life
in general, especially in March, October and January.
You have to wonder if the October factor has got anything to with a footy
team getting into a grand final in Sydney. ”