Jonathan Cainer, celebrity astrologer, failed to predict the tsunami:

"Ever since the dreadful events of December 26, I have been wrestling with a cosmic conundrum. Where was this event written in the sky? Other than the fact that the earthquake took place under an exact Full Moon, I have been unable to see a satisfactory astrological explanation for it." (via Harry's Place)

He now becomes a leading contender to replace the Archbishop of Canterbury.

UPDATE: Perhaps I'm being unfair to the Archbishop. Charles Moore, in an op-ed on tsanami theology, takes a more generous line:

"Dr Williams's piece has been unfairly maligned: most of it seemed to me true and subtle, and I was particularly struck by his point that 'those most deeply involved... are so often the ones who spend least energy in raging over the lack of explanation''."
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