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Election 2008 - McCain and Obama Through Handwriting Analysis & Astrology, McCain Wins

Scott Petullo
 


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In response to the requests we've had about our professional view of the candidates for the 2008 U. S. presidential election, we offer the results of our analyses below, which are based on comprehensive handwriting analysis, astrology, numerology, and intuitive assessment.

Please understand that we're simply presenting our findings and that we don't have any political agendas. We've set aside our political opinions and have tried to be as fair and objective as possible.

First we'll view the candidates’ personalities through handwriting analysis.

A holistic approach (spacing, movement, form, rhythm, etc. ) in handwriting analysis is acceptable by itself to gain a worthy overview in our view, and we insist on combining it with a conventional trait-stroke approach so we have the best of both worlds to yield solid analyses.

The following include many of Senator Obama's positive personality traits found by thoroughly analyzing his handwriting: great team player; very persistent and tenacious; social maturity; inspirational to others; great organizational ability; high intelligence; logical; great talent for communication; good problem-solving skills; high initiative; resourceful; healthy amount of cautiousness; practical; avoids excessive (even average) amount of fantasy and daydreaming; good ability to bond with others emotionally; action-oriented; competitive; self-starter, but talent for working in groups; doesn't really care if others don't approve of his views-he's not too sensitive to criticism; adjusts well to unexpected circumstances, able to tailor expression to effectively relate with (or maneuver around) others; persuasive; good listener; purposeful; self-disciplined; and admirable emotional health.

Delving deeper into Senator Obama's personality and also acknowledging the challenges, we find the following: lacks discernment regarding the character of others; could possibly be easily walked on; doesn't place an emphasis (more than average or even average) on ideals; lacks strength in abstract and theoretical thought; somewhat of an opportunist; tendency to rationalize feelings; at times, faulty reasoning (but not an excessive concern); skilled at rationalizing his mistakes; fails to fully, sincerely, accept responsibility for errors; evasive and too indirect; self-deceit is higher than average-readily believes only what he wants to believe and accepts half-truths, from himself and others; lacks genuine sincerity to some degree; in response to spontaneous questions asked of him, he frequently lacks straightforward communication and will instead offer jumbled responses, for example, despite his otherwise apparent compelling talent for communication; somewhat self-destructive; and overall he projects a stronger, more potent image than he actually possesses.

As for Senator John McCain, if we only recognized the virtues of his personality, we would list the following: very constructively methodical; puts things in simple terms; strong intelligence; versatile; very efficient; organized; objective, strong common sense; practical; able to see the core issues; very good problem-solving skills; resourceful; cuts to the chase; healthy rebelliousness; strong intellect; thoughtful of others; healthy amount of contemplation; and very logical.

Examining further, listing exclusively the negatives, we find the following through Senator McCain's handwriting: appears somewhat unemotional, but is incredibly sensitive and possesses a somewhat high-strung, nervous energy; emotional repression; sometimes too detached on a personal level; overly emotionally controlled; distances self from emotions; excessive need for approval; like Senator Obama, he has a tendency to avoid squarely facing his mistakes so it takes a little longer to learn from them (perhaps a common trait of politicians); to a minor extent he has a “do as I say, not as I do" disposition; overly controlled behavior; a bit too self-protective, and he has an above average need for freedom, which may not necessarily be a negative.

Our Reliability and Confidentiality Evaluation meticulously measures, through the science of handwriting analysis, seven vital personality areas including Sincerity/Integrity, Discretion, Decision-making Ability, Objectivity, Emotional Balance, Emotional Maturity, and Substance Abuse Risk. This appraisal is remarkably useful, especially combined with background checks and other intelligence work.

In applying the Reliability and Confidentiality Evaluation to the candidates, the edge goes to Senator McCain in the overall assessment, as he scores slightly better than Senator Obama. Here are the details: Senator McCain scores better with Sincerity/Integrity (above average to Senator Obama's average); they score essentially the same in Discretion, Decision-making Ability, and Objectivity (both above average in all three categories); although they both rate above average in Emotional Balance and Emotional Maturity, Senator Obama rates slightly higher in both categories; and finally, Senator McCain scores better in Substance Abuse Risk (below average to Senator Obama's average score).

Senators Obama and McCain both have reasonably consistent personalities, solid organizational skills, good negotiation skills, and plenty of courage to get out in the world, live their lives, and strive for goals. Both are fit to politically lead, and neither is a security risk to this nation. In our view, it comes down to which candidate's policies you favor.

Some have asked us if we can see an election win in McCain's or Obama's charts. We haven't yet identified an exact set of patterns in the comprehensive numerology and astrology charts that represents a U. S. presidential election victory. We believe an analyst must look for patterns of varying levels of fame and recognition, infamy, public disgrace, triumph in competition, accomplishment, and overall success, among others, in the natal and timing charts. A lot of deduction is necessary since there is no “presidential signature. "

Based on their comprehensive numerology and astrology charts, both candidates have remarkable lifetime fame and m. o. n. e. y indications. Both have notable life success considerations, and both are best suited to operate as part of a group, rather than be completely self-employed, such as an independent entrepreneur.

Senator McCain has an enormous amount of emotional sensitivity and we surmise it's tough to handle at times, perhaps manifesting in occasional fits of petulance, though not so much that it is a major concern or national security risk. The charts also indicate he has a lot of energy that is representative of a kind of agent of change, an other-worldly civil servant, one who is largely a peacemaker and collaborator, and he's being compelled to make an impact in a more substantial leadership position at this later stage of his life. He is surprisingly progressive according to the comprehensive astrology and numerology charts.

Senator Obama also possesses a unique type of non-mundane personal energy that outlines him as a symbol of unity for the human race. His role in this lifetime is very special from a spiritual perspective, similar to that of Oprah or Angelina Jolie, one that includes bringing people together and helping to break down antiquated barriers.

However, the aforementioned spiritual reasons for Senator Obama's popularity outweigh his chances, based on what we perceive, of actually winning the 2008 presidential election.

Whether he wins or not, he'll still be fulfilling his purpose and it's also his destiny and good karma to gain very substantially financially. He offers a firm sense of stability to those around him, and is good at opposing others’ initiatives. In other words, Senator Obama is good at playing defense, but ironically he's extremely resistant to change on a personal level.

In our view, all natal and timing indicators viewed collectively, including what we perceive as good karma earned in past lives for Senator McCain as a powerful and benevolent ruler (we completed these analyses in early August 2008, before McCain named Governor Palin as his running mate, and coincidentally, we perceive that she has also earned similar good karma from past lives), Senator McCain has an edge over Senator Obama in the race for the White House.

According to Senator McCain's comprehensive charts, his presidential election victory prospects have steadily increased over the past few years. Initially, we weren't convinced that Senator McCain's splendid timing considerations had anything more to do than with securing his party's nomination. But after in-depth analysis, we find the advantage is firmly his. In the contest between Senators Obama and McCain, we predict Senator McCain will win the U. S. presidential election in November 2008.

Copyright © Scott Petullo, Stephen Petullo

Scott Petullo and Stephen Petullo are identical twins and have been exploring metaphysics since the early 1980s. They are experts in the fields of prediction, personal fate, love life, and past life regression, and are natural psychics and mediums. Get their free report: 13 Spiritual and New Age Myths and 11 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Psychic.

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