Thailand, Politics, Astrology

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Written in the stars: In chaos, Thai politicians turn to clairvoyants

Written in the stars: In chaos, Thai politicians turn to clairvoyants

13/2/2019 7:33:00 AM

Written in the stars: In chaos, Thai politicians turn to clairvoyants

A hand-drawn map of constellations and planetary orbits shows Thailand in the throes of a 'gateway' year of change, says astrologer Pinyo ...

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Written in the stars: In chaos, Thai politicians turn to clairvoyantsBANGKOK (AFP) - A hand-drawn map of constellations and planetary orbits shows Thailand in the throes of a 'gateway' year of change, says astrologer Pinyo Pongcharoen - one of a legion of fortune tellers sought out by politicians in chaotic and unpredictable times.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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Explainer: Who is Thai Princess Ubolratana, and why her candidature to become PM mattersSINGAPORE — Thai Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya Sirivadhana Barnavadi was on Friday (Feb 8) named as Thai Raksa Chart Party’s sole candidate for the upcoming prime ministe

In stunning move, Thai king's sister running for PM in March pollsThe sister of Thailand 's king entered the race to become prime minister on Friday as the candidate of a populist party, an unprecedented foray into politics by a royal that instantly upended the first election since a 2014 military coup. Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya Sirivadhana Barnavadi, 67, the