(you can tell that Mercury is stationing retrograde, because Nyx is silent and Ananda is bursting forth with the verbage. in a few weeks it’ll probably be just the opposite.)

I spent a good amount of time last night reading Melanie Reinhart’s articles on Pluto, which are definitely well-researched and insightful. Reviewing the stuff from Pluto in Sagittarius is definitely helpful now, as are (obviously) the articles pertaining to Pluto in Capricorn.

It’s interesting that the last time we saw Pluto in Capricorn was during the time of the American Revolution; before that, it was Martin Luther and the Protestant Revolution. Pluto in Capricorn obviously correlates with revolution, with rejecting old structures that are outmoded and replacing them with new paradigms. What those new structures will look like this time around remains to be seen, but it’s obvious that the feeling of revolution is at hand – ironic, though, that it is the conservative movement that feels that it is now time for a revolution, while liberals have been thinking this for the past 8 years, but without taking much action.

Anyway, definitely check out her articles and see what you think. She also has some convenient outlines of key dates in Pluto’s movements, so you can think back and correlate what was going on in your own lives as well as the world at large during some important Pluto events. For me, they correlate eerily with events involving a figure from my past whom I would certainly count as Plutonian: lord of the underworld, transforming old into new through death and rebirth, destruction and reconstruction. The changes that have occurred in my life as a result of my encounters with this individual are almost epic in proportion, far beyond what I would like to admit. (As someone with mainly Cardinal and Fixed energy, it’s hard for me to admit such Mutability…) On the other hand, history has taken the path it has chosen, and not another; I am here, I am myself, and those two statements reflect changes in my location and personhood that were precipitated by interactions with Pluto, Lord of the Underworld, both in human and in planetary form.


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