Year for the Elephant or Donkey in American Politics?

Foreseeing the champ for what’s arranging to be a nearby 2016 Presidential race won’t be a walk around the recreation center for the expert celestial prophets hand-picked to freely clarify why this will either be the time of the Elephant or Jackass in American legislative issues.

It’s all going down at the Global Society for Mysterious Exploration’s four-day ISAR 2016 Symposium planned October 13 – 16 at the Hilton Orange Area Lodging in Costa Plateau, Calif. Here more than 500 American and worldwide soothsayers will assemble for an occasion that has The Force of Anticipating as its subject.

ISAR President Raymond Merriman says more than 70 world-class celestial prophets who have practical experience in guaging will depict the procedures they use to anticipate either world occasions or the individual high points and low points in individuals’ lives. Six tracks on determining aptitudes and 10 pre-and post-gathering workshops are booked amid the symposium.

Merriman says crystal gazers partaking in two arranged Presidential decision boards will endeavor to extend the victor of a peculiar 2016 Presidential battle that pits a previous First Woman against an Unscripted television star surprisingly. Will voters choose the main lady to the high office or a manufacturer of structures with no political experience on his resume?

The primary decision board is on Thursday evening October 13 and will feature the forecasts of six global celestial prophets. Six American stargazers will introduce their estimates amid a moment race board session on Sunday evening, October 16.

Enlistment for the 2016 ISAR Symposium can be made on the web. Then again walk-ins can enlist at the lodging for same day participation. Guests can enroll independently for the Presidential boards or for the pre-and post-gathering workshops. For subtle elements contact

A pre-symposium question and answer session is booked for twelve, October 11, at the Hilton Orange District Lodging in Costa Plateau. RSVP to Shelley Ackerman, Telephone: 212-539-3100.

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