Yes, I’m an astrologer. One who sees the practical uses for the timing clues the planets provide.
Here’s the way I see it. If we’re agreed that the Moon causes the ocean’s tides to move in and out every day, then it is a short leap to thinking that the planets have influence on us humans, who are half to two-thirds water.
Take BATS Global Markets, an electronic exchange that not only debuted, but also listed its own IPO on March 23, 2012. A software glitch that resulted in erroneous trades in the first few minutes created a free-fall in the new public company’s stock price, a delisting just days later and the resignation of the CEO. Any astrologer would have advised that the company not launch its exchange or its IPO when Mercury, the planet ruling communications, is retrograde, as it was on that fateful day. One simple piece of knowledge like that might have saved the company, its stock and its CEO.
Of course, there’s no way to prove whether BATS would have had a different outcome on a different day. We’ll simply never know. But, what we do know is that a study of 1,400 incorporation dates and times by a prominent financial astrologer showed that 100% of companies that incorporated when the Moon was “void of course” failed to survive. Would you want to know what those times were over the next few months before you incorporated a new company? I would.
And, in fact, I did use astrology to find an opportune time to form my company, SusanGSays LLC, and launch this website.
Let my SusanGSays Astrology division help you find the most opportune time to:
- Incorporate your company
- Launch a website
- Pitch your new idea
- Plan and launch marketing campaigns
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