Donald Trump’s 2020 “Electability Profile” Reading

Since he isn't likely to face a Republican challenger for the Party's nomination, I decided to focus this reading on Trump's chances to win re-election as shown by  his current credibility with the same constituencies I used for the Democratic candidates. In broad terms, none of this looks very promising for Mr. Trump, although he … Continue reading Donald Trump’s 2020 “Electability Profile” Reading

Kirsten Gillibrand’s 2020 “Candidate’s Profile” Reading

Sometimes the tarot is so precise it's uncanny. Gillibrand has built her campaign around a number of women's rights issues, and has made a point of identifying herself as a mom. Wouldn't you know that the Empress - the card signifying the Archetypal Mother - appeared twice in the quintessence section, and the Moon - … Continue reading Kirsten Gillibrand’s 2020 “Candidate’s Profile” Reading

Beto O’Rourke’s 2020 “Candidate’s Profile” Reading

After all of the "sad-sack" readings I've done so far for the 2020 Democratic candidates for President, this one is a little more upbeat. O'Rourke is another declared contender with more than an outside chance of getting the nod from Democratic Convention delegates. Although my observations may read as acknowledged facts, they are only conjecture … Continue reading Beto O’Rourke’s 2020 “Candidate’s Profile” Reading

Pete Buttigieg’s 2020 “Candidate’s Profile” Reading

And now the one everybody has been anticipating . . . . For a candidate who has created so much buzz, this is a decidedly dour sequence until we get to the quintessence cards. The Emperor, indicative of overweening ambition, appears not once but twice, while both the Wheel of Fortune and the Chariot show … Continue reading Pete Buttigieg’s 2020 “Candidate’s Profile” Reading

Cory Booker’s 2020 “Candidate’s Profile” Reading

Another straightforward read here. Cory Booker has also declared his candidacy for the office of President. No Emperor in this spread; maybe Booker and Bernie Sanders are both perceived as more egalitarian. (Note that I said "perceived as;" this is still American politicians we're talking about.) I've also noticed that the Hierophant has appeared in … Continue reading Cory Booker’s 2020 “Candidate’s Profile” Reading

Elizabeth Warren’s 2020 “Candidate’s Profile” Reading

These readings are starting to get more streamlined as I work my way down the list. Elizabeth Warren has already declared her candidacy for President. In the "Social Quotient" line, the eternally skeptical American male sees her as an idle slacker who won't deliver what she promises. (7 of Pentacles reversed) The typical American female … Continue reading Elizabeth Warren’s 2020 “Candidate’s Profile” Reading

Kamala Harris’ 2020 “Candidate’s Profile” Reading

Continuing the series, here is the "Candidate's Profile" for Kamala Harris. As always, read my observations as possibilities, not definite conclusions. The cards tell the tale in their own way and I do my best to translate. In the "Social Quotient" line, the "all-American male" could not imagine a worse candidate than Harris, even in … Continue reading Kamala Harris’ 2020 “Candidate’s Profile” Reading