If you were expecting some kind of sun sign nonsense, forget it. This is real astrology. See the section above. Please note: this forecast is expressed in terms of Universal Time (UT).
I not only predicted Gulf War II, and indicated its starting date: everybody who has followed my forecasts knows that by now. But I further predicted that April 1, "give or take a few days . . . will probably be the bloody peak and last gasp of organized Iraqi resistance . . . After that," I indicated, "a mop-up action culminates in occupation, and a sporadic intefada begins." It was exactly April 1, in fact, that the final assault on Baghdad began, as described by Reuters reporter Khaled Yacoub Oweis:
On a day in which Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld made clear that only an unconditional Iraqi surrender would end the war, a U.S. military official said a big fight was underway near the southern town of Kerbala, 68 miles southwest of Baghdad.
"This is the big battle," the U.S. military official at Central Command forward headquarters told Reuters. Asked if the fighting represented a much anticipated new push toward the Iraqi capital, the official said: "It well could be."
Reuters reporters traveling with invading U.S. and British troops earlier said a pause of several days in their advance toward Baghdad -- under heavy bombardment since the war started 13 days ago -- appeared to be over and armor was moving again.
It concluded, per prediction, with the fall of Iraq and the start of an intefada which continues to this day, with the occasional suicide bomber and sniper attack on American occupation forces.
In view of the SuperMoon on the 16th, plus a number of other factors, I mentioned there would be a heightened risk for strong storms and seismic activity "April 13 through the 22nd". Indeed there was a historic storm on the 22nd: that was the day subtropical storm Ana strengthened and turned into a tropical storm southeast of Bermuda, becoming the only Atlantic tropical storm in April since record keeping began. Fortunately, it was a danger only to shipping.