• 2016: Overleaves for Obama, Sanders, Clinton, Trump, Cruz, Rubio, Kasich

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    Channeled by Troy Tolley

     

    Current United States' President

    PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA = 5th Level Mature Scholar-Cast Priest Manifesting 3rd to 5th Level Mature Priest from Cadre 2, Entity 7 in Growth with Caution and Idealism, Intellectually-Centered, Emotional Part, with Arrogance and Self-deprecation and an Artisan Essence Twin. Completed 4th Internal Monad in Positive Pole.

     

    DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES

    BERNIE SANDERS = 1st Level Old manifesting between 5th and 7th Level Mature Server-Cast Sage from Cadre 2, Entity 1 with a Warrior Essence Twin, an Idealist in Passion with a Goal of Submission with balanced Centering that leans toward Moving Part of Emotional Center and Chief Features of Arrogance and Impatience. 5th Internal Monad completed in Positive Pole.

     

    HILLARY CLINTON = 3rd Level Mature manifesting between 5th and 7th Level Young Scholar-Cast Warrior from Cadre 2, Entity 1 with a Sage Essence Twin (Bill), a Pragmatist sliding to Realist/Cynic in Observation Mode sliding to Passion/Reserve with a Goal of Growth and Intellectual Centering, Emotional Part, with Chief Features of Arrogance and Stubbornness. Currently in 5th Internal Monad.

     

    REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES

    DONALD TRUMP = 7th Level manifesting 5th Level Young Sage-Cast King from Cadre 11/Entity 1 with a Warrior Essence Twin, a Pragmatist sliding to Stoic/Cynic with a Goal of Dominance in Observation sliding to Aggression and Power, with Intellectual Part of Moving Center and Chief Features of Arrogance and Stubbornness that slides to Greed and Martyrdom. Incomplete 3rd Internal Monad.

     

    TED CRUZ = 4th Level Young manifesting Baby Priest-cast Sage from Cadre 11/Entity 1 with a Warrior Essence Twin, a Pragmatist sliding to Stoic/Cynic with a Goal of Dominance in Passion Mode and Intellectual Part of Moving Center, with Chief Features of Greed and Martyrdom. Incomplete 2nd Internal Monad.

     

    MARCO RUBIO = 1st Level Mature manifesting Baby to Young Priest-cast Scholar from Cadre 11/Entity 5 with a Server Essence Twin, an Idealist in Observation that slides to Passion and Power with a Goal of Growth, in the Moving Part of the Intellectual Center, with Chief Features of Self-deprecation and Self-destruction. Incomplete 3rd Internal Monad.


    JOHN KASICH = 2nd Level Mature manifesting Young to Mature Server-Cast Scholar from Cadre 11/Entity 3 with a Scholar Essence Twin, a Spiritualist in Observation that slides to Caution with a Goal of Acceptance in the Emotional Part of the Intellectual Center, with Chief Features of Self-deprecation and Impatience. Completed 4th Internal Monad in Positive Pole. Currently in 5th Internal Monad.

     


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