Sri Lanka: Will The Arrest Of An Astrologer Change The Future?

Über Desi reports on the arrest of Chandrasiri Bandara, a famous astrologer, by the Sri Lankan government because he predicted that the president will be ejected from office. The blogger questions: “if Bandara could not predict his own arrest, why is the Sri Lankan government so afraid of his predictions?”

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  • MexDf.Independient.Press Report:

    A week ago, the very well known TV future teller, Chandrasiri Bandara, was arrested by Colombo City sri lankan Police because he predicted the President of the Nation would be removed from office in Sri Lanka.

    Without giving details of statements in his e-mail sent to srilakan Government, the argentinian horoscope man told “I am trying my best for Chandrasiri to get freedeom”. He also added in his site, wwww.zodiacguille.com, two URLs, one corresponding to Mr. Bandara and, of course, the other: Sri Lanka President´s official web.

    “Up to now, I couldn´t log in Chandrasiris´blog; it seems “stars” aren´t helping…” he joked. “but President´s site is quite interesting and easy to contact with His Excellency …”

    Many astrologers all over the world are on “esoteric” expectation about the Sri Lankan Government decision. To finish, Don Zodiac Guille said: “I would respectfully like to have a look on the Mundane Astral Chart already built by Mr. BANDARA because the Police want a logical explanation about those political predictions on President Mahinda Rajipakse´s destitution”.

    Don Zodiac Guille ended saying :”Astrology is a millenary social practice…so we have to moderate our concepts when a Country Chart is going to be published specially if the land situation is difficult”

    Contact us mexdf.independient.press@gmail.com HELP US TO PUBLISH THIS ARTICLE ALL OVER THE PLANET

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