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What Astrology Can Teach Us About American Politics with Jessica Lanyadoo

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This week, we’re joined by Astrologer Jessica Lanyadoo who talks to us about her book, Astrology for Real Relationships, how astrology can predict political revolutions, and why now is not the right time to put a pool in your house!

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