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By SAN ZARNI BO JANUARY, 2010 - VOLUME 18 NO.1


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Next year will be a very positive one. The global economy will improve and people will be able to achieve their aims and ambitions. Good things will happen.

But between Jan. 1 and Jan. 20, April 21 and May 20, and Sept. 21 and Oct. 20—these three periods of the year will be turbulent. There may be political instability and hostilities between former allies. It’s even possible that a national leader will be assassinated. The countries that will receive bad luck during these moments are Iraq—especially southern Iraq—the United States, Burma and other Southeast Asian countries, especially Cambodia.

SAN ZARNI BO, Astrologer (Illustration: Harn Lay/The Irrawaddy)

The situation in the world will be especially good between Feb. 19 and April 20, May 21 and July 21, and Nov. 21 and Dec. 20. These are all very positive times for everybody. During these periods, the global financial situation will improve dramatically.

The global climate, however, will not be so good in 2010. Many bad things may happen all over the world, especially between April 21 and May 20 and between Aug. 21 and Sept. 20. During those periods, there may be some natural disasters. There may be floods and earthquakes, especially in China, Burma, India and Italy. Another country that may have some trouble is Brazil.

Aries, Taurus and Gemini people will have good luck in 2010. People born under Gemini and Libra can have a lot of turning points and positive developments. People born under the star signs Leo and Sagittarius will not be very lucky in 2010.  

San Zarni Bo is one of Burma’s leading astrologers and palmists. He was awarded the prestigious International Man of the Year award in Astrology and Palmistry for 1997 by the International Biographical Centre, in Cambridge, UK. He now broadcasts daily predictions on Yangon City FM radio in Rangoon.

tocharian Wrote:
11/01/2010
Is this article supposed to be voodoo politics (Yatra = yadaya in Burmese?)

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