The Nation Speaks on 7 September 2013; however the heavens determine the outcome.

Note: Any suggested outcome is as a result of interpretation by this astrologer of the tension between planets at given times and on given days.  These bi-wheels (method) are created at the time of the closing of the polls in the nation’s capital Canberra, ACT.  The inner wheel is a snapshot of the planetary positions over Canberra at that time and the outer wheel is another snapshot in time; the natal chart of each candidate.  The information for the birth dates comes from the public record.  E&OE.

TasHouse of Representatives: There are no marginal seats in Tasmania for this enquiry, however two of interest.

  • ALP=Australian Labor Party
  • LIB=Liberal Party
  • LNP=Liberal-National Party
  • GR=Green Party

Seats of interest:

BassBass:  It may not be immediately obvious, however we can suggest that LIB will win this seat.

  • Geoff Lyons ALP
  • Andrew Nikolic LIB


BraddonBraddon: these two candidates are quite a battle royale, however I can suggest that  LIB will win.

  • Sid Sidebotton ALP
  • Brett Whiteley LIB


Lyons:Lyonswe can expect ALP to lose this seat. As to the winner, we need further data.

  • ALP Dick Adams
  • GR Pip Brinklow (data needed)
  • LIB Eric Hutchinson (data needed)


The Senate candidates chosen for this enquiry  (6 to be elected)

  • Carol Brown ALP
  • Catryna Bilyk ALP
  • Lin Thorp ALP
  • John Dowling ALP (need data)
  • Peter Whish-Wilson GR
  • Richard Colbeck LIB
  • David Bushby LIB
  • Sally Chandler LIB (need data)
  • Sarah Courtney LIB (need data)


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