Obama Predictions on Coast to Coast AM

Click on this link and see what's left to misstep through the last days of the Obama era.

Click on this link and see what’s left to misstep through the last days of the Obama era.

George Noory and I had a fun and informative four-hour marathon radio show Wednesday night. If you didn’t get a chance to listen in you can download the audio feed at any time by going to this page:


Lex, the web master of the Coast to Coast, produced this concise and comprehensive overview of the subjects we tackled, which I am quoting here:

“Appearing during all 4 hours of the show, prophecy scholar and expert on Nostradamus, John Hogue discussed his predictions for 2009, the future of the economy and the Obama presidency, and also touched on Nostradamus’ writings about the Antichrist. In reviewing some of his previously published predictions for 2009, Hogue reported that he’d been accurate about foreseeing Obama handling three international crises by the early spring, and that the new Republican Party chairman would be an African American.

“Obama will be a two-term president, but he won’t come into his own until his second term, when he’ll evolve from being an agent of compromise to fighting to change the system, Hogue stated. New healthcare legislation will be passed in 2009, but it will be muddled and take years to straighten out, he said. The war in Afghanistan will turn into a quagmire, like Iraq was to the Bush administration, and the US will disengage from the conflict sometime between 2010 – 2013, he predicted. On the horizon for 2010, Hogue sees a slight economic recovery, but the number of jobs will still be going down, and unemployment will hover at around 10%. A motto for 2010 might be ‘you can’t have your past and your future too,’ he mused, adding that America was shifting from color to class discrimination. He suggested that a program modeled after Cash for Clunkers, giving stimulus money to fund half of the price of electric/hybrid cars, could serve to revitalize the auto industry.

“He believes a Uranus/Saturn opposition just around the corner on September 15, 2009 is significant, and predicted a possible natural or economic disaster in India, China, or Southern California.”

After the Labor Day Weekend, I will post a blog about this most significant astrological aspect of Saturn (in Virgo) opposed to Uranus (in Pisces). Obama was elected on this exact opposition in November of last year. He was inaugurated President of the United States once again on that exact opposition and now, with a third upcoming exact opposition on 15 September the future of his presidency, his credibility with the Congress and the American people are in the balance of success or failure of passing his Health Care initiative. The stakes have never been so high for him as Saturn (ruler of bureaucratic resistance and status quo thinking) opposes Uranus (the ruler of change and revolution).

Six days before the opposition, President Obama will be making his final appeal before both houses of Congress on 9/9/9 (the night of the Nostradamus Effect premier).

Obama will need to ground his Health Care rhetoric in practical and practicable reality and not fly off the pale with Uranus in dreamy Piscean platitudes of vague and impractical idealism.

I tell you this, the Saturn-Uranus opposition coming in mid-September will mark the time Obama must transubstantiate change “we can believe in” into real and practical change “we can become” or suffer a presidency in peril.

John Hogue

(04 September 2009)

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  1. ellen
    Posted 5 January 2013 at 5:37 am | Permalink

    John ,I tool sannyas and spent time with OSHO at the ranch.This was and has been the most profound experience of this lifetime.I remember seeing you around when I lived on capital hill in Seattle.Thanks for the reminders,your insight and your continued LIGHT !!!! with love ,PRIYA/Ellen

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