Spoiled Children of Divorce

Are U.S. Supreme Court Justices Children of Divorce?
April 30, 2012, 8:29 pm
Filed under: Astrology stuff, Courts

Of the 9 Justices on the U.S. Supreme Court only one, Clarence Thomas, is a Child of Divorce.  Thomas’ Father left the family when Thomas was 2 years old.   This is the same age that President Obama was when his parents divorced.  Amazingly they are both Black and also follow my theories of how children whose parents divorce at Age 2 are markedly imprinted by their first Mars Returns.  Mars rules the first sign of the Zodiac and is considered a trailblazer.  He likes to be first at things.  Both of these men have achieved many “Firsts” in their career paths.  Their wikipedia biographies are basically lists of what they did first.  Neither man was born with a chart which strongly shows a trailblazer type of personality so I think these early events may truly influence children later in life.

So, in a country with a 50 percent Divorce rate the legal system is awash in Divorces.  Yet, the people who are making the decisions and leading in the Judicial System, the ones who garner respect for their opinions, come from traditional family mentality.

The Divorce rate in California is said to be between 65 and 75 percent yet our Governors have never been from Divorce (they’ve never even been women) and our Laws are decided by people who are rarely from Divorce.  There are many reasons why this could be, of course, I’m not going to ponder that but it sure would be interesting to see some statistics some day which would explain why.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor did suffer loss of parents and siblings during their childhoods, however.   Death does not require a lawyer, Divorce does, so perhaps they were able to enter their fields without a totally jaded viewpoint about how twisted the Judicial system is.  Of course, if you don’t participate you never will be able to change things.

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