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Tuesday, 18 March 2008

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You have been warned, soothsayers say

Off-the-Wall-St - (Armageddingouttahere Mess): Global financial markets' numerology watchers are unequivocal: Thursday's turbulent spring equinox heralds a potentially lethal Good Friday full Moon and cosmic 'grand cross' in the zodiac's cardinal signs.

"All the omens point to a massive meltdown for City greed-merchants and their political orifice puppet underlings," Hellfire Club consultant astrologer Prof V Smart told worried Off-the-Wall-Street analysts today.

"The Sun's annual ingress into Aries is quintile to Jupiter - the cosmic Great Benefic - in Capricorn," Smart continued.

"That quintile angle of 72° is, of course, the angle for a regular pentagon - and not the corrupted Bushco Pentagon distorted by satanic mobster warfare rooted in a fascist Hitlerian dynasty."

Smart's dire warning describes a pivotal zodiac lodestone of intensely magnetic activity.

This spells doom for Good Friday's astrological grand cross of Sun in Aries, Mars in Cancer, Moon in Libra and a wide conjunction of Jupiter and Pluto in Capricorn.

"The vernal equinox numerology says it all," Smart reiterated.

"Jupiter is at 18.37' degrees of the Goat. And 1837 is the all-important year when a young Queen Victoria ascended to the throne of Albion.

"Her strategic nuptual alliance with a protestant Prince of Germany buttressed the British resistance to a repressive, satanic papacy hellbent on conquest of the British Isles.

"For numerology watchers this week's equinoctal position of Uranus at 19.18' degrees Pisces is of course the year the Great War ended after the papist forces led by German satanists were finally routed.

"I cannot stress the significance of this vernal portent.

"It is the biggest crisis since World War II."

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