A full moon is said to bring things full circle. One has to wonder how this will affect the 2016 presidential election.
Hark ... What hath the Full Moon in Aquarius (sudden, unexpected) brought forth to the citizens of the land? What folly be this?
Trump regrets saying 'the wrong thing' CNN - August 18, 2016
Donald Trump on Thursday shelved his guiding mantra -- never back down, never apologize -- and did what he has refused to do in public in more than a year of campaigning. He expressed regret. Trump, reading from prepared remarks Thursday night, acknowledged that he sometimes says "the wrong thing" in an astonishing act of contrition that signaled Trump's willingness to break from his characteristic brashness and bare-knuckles style that carried him to victory in the Republican primaries, but risks dooming him in the general election.
Truth is ... if Trump is programmed to win, he will. Further, we know there are greater "powers" that influence everything including politics, wars, economics, and more - the real Deal Makers and Breakers. It makes you wonder who they answer to. The president does not call the shots ... but as we experience in a simulation .... everything is predetermined to a final outcome.
Thomas Warren Campbell (December 9, 1944) is a physicist, lecturer, and author of the My Big T.O.E. (Theory of Everything) trilogy, a work that claims to unify general relativity, quantum mechanics, and metaphysics along with the origins of consciousness. The work is based on the simulation argument, which posits that reality is both virtual and subjective. Campbell agrees with other notable philosophers and scientists including Hans Moravec, Nick Bostrom, Brian Whitworth, Marcus Arvan and others who hypothesize that reality is a simulation generated by a computer (or peer-to-peer network according to Aravan), while Campbell contends reality evolved from a "digital big bang". These ideas are heavily influenced by the concepts of digital physics. YouTube.