Jewish Kabalistic Horoscope for 2010
By Yaakov Kronenberg and the Jewish Magazine staff
Each year we go to visit our resident star gazer, Yaakov Kronenberg, who has given us some very interesting and astounding horoscopes. Since we are beginning the new secular year, we have asked Yaakov to give us his forecasts for this new year.
Jmag Staff: Yaakov, what do you see in this coming year, 2010?
Yaakov: It is going to be a year with changes. The planets are starting to move signs. Saturn is moving from Virgo, which is a weak sign to Libra where Saturn is exalted and powerful. Uranus the planet of sudden change is moving from the weak sign Pisces to the very powerful sign of Aries, which is the sign of warfare. Pluto just entered the sign of Capricorn which is also very powerful. In the next year all three of these planets will be square and opposite each other. When two planets are at 90 degrees from each other it means that they are in conflict with each other. When they are 180 degrees opposite they are even more intractable foes. We see that Saturn is opposite Uranus, and both of them are squared to Pluto. Pluto is a very warlike planet so this year it looks like we will see a lot of problems.
The first time Saturn and Uranus went opposite each other in 2008, the stock market crashed and there was a financial crisis in the world. This time it seems that we are heading towards political crises between and within countries. There is a good chance that we will be seeing more military operations in the world. This seems to be in the middle of the summer, June or July. There is quite a chance that there will be a war with Iran. More than Israel is afraid of Iran, the other Arab countries fear Iran's getting a nuclear bomb and it is quite possible that they are quietly pushing America to do something about it.
It seems that after every economic crisis comes political crises in their wake. In order to save their country, America went heavily into debt. Many other countries also went into debt to aid in reviving their countries. The fallout from the economic crises has not really begun yet. We can expect to see much instability both financially and politically. There are now several European countries which are on the verge of bankruptcy and if they falter they will trigger a larger financial crisis.
The world is heading for a shortage of raw materials and there might be a water shortage somewhere in the coming year. The shortages of raw material could possibly trigger political and economic conflicts between countries and even rebellions inside countries.
It will not be a quiet year; it will be one of much global action. Israel is going to be part of the global action; hopefully it will be only a small part.
Netanyahu still has a very difficult chart, but this year will go easier for him. Next year, 2011, it will become more difficult for Netanyahu and Israel. Economically speaking, Israel's chart the economy is okay; the major problem in Israel is housing. Now it does not seem like there is much pressure for Israel to do much to make peace with the Arabs, but in 2011 there will be quite a bit of pressure put on Israel to make compromises or as they say, painful concessions.
Yaakov teaches Kabalah and does personal horoscopes. He can be reached for consultation by his email: firstname.lastname@example.org
from the January 2010 Edition of the Jewish Magazine