Thursday, April 9, 2009

Pluto in Capricorn
(Viva La Revolution)

Back in 1968 John Lennon was singing “You say you want a revolution, well you know, we all want to change the world”. Well, the man did have Moon in Aquarius. Some forty years later that revolution may well be on its way.

This year, in January, Pluto entered Capricorn. This summer it will shot back into Sagittarius for a final little visit before it renters Capricorn in November. It will remain there until January 2024. That’s a pretty fair amount of time.

Last time Pluto was in Capricorn it had yet to be discovered. It was there between 1762 and 1778. During that time there were two great revolutions going on in the world, the French and the American. Previous to that Pluto had a stay in Capricorn from 1516 until 1533. It was during the period that Martin Luther rose up against the corrupt and powerful Catholic Church leading to the protestant Reformation.

I don’t think I need to ask anybody if we need a change in our ecomic or political system in this country. It is written on the face of every American. These are serious times we are currently living in. This presidential election is like one we have not seen in our lifetime. Not only is there a chance of having a woman in the oval office, we could just as well have a black man. And this is just the beginning of it all.

As Pluto travels through Capricorn, we can expect transformation in the areas of life that the sign governs. Government, corporations, financial institutions, churches. Capricorn has domain over the very structures of our world. Buildings, bridges, tunnels and other infrastructures. Those frameworks that keep our society in order and functioning like a well oiled machine

Pluto is the planet of transformation. When the planet transits a sign it leaves a trail of ruin in its path. It demolishes all things that have outlived their usefulness and are no longer relevant. This will cause reformation of corrupt outdated systems within government and the economy.

By the time Pluto is done with its stay in Capricorn the world will be ready to greet the altruistic nature of Aquarius. This in turn will turn our attention to humanitarian concerns. That will be an even greater step in the evolutionary process of mankind.

I welcome Pluto’s stay in Capricorn. It is long overdue. Like I said before, “Viva La Revolution.”