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Pluto In Capricorn

posted 18 Feb 2013, 04:59 by Helene Schnitzer

Since Pluto moved into Capricorn in 2008, the word 'recession' has become huge in collective consciousness, as the global economy stumbles from one dip to the next, in a process that seems beyond anybody's control. In the meantime, every other issue mankind is confronted with appears to come to a head - over-population, hunger, disease, scarcity of resources, natural and man-made disasters abound. It's enough to make you think that Pluto is solely acting out its role as ultimate destroyer. Certain people would like us to hold that thought, to keep the population in an easy-to-manage state of fear. However, if Pluto is the planet of transformation and re-birth, as astrology claims, then where and how is the rebirth being manifested? 

Well, there is a minority of people on this planet (which is growing in numbers by the day), who believe that this time of destruction also signals the beginning of a new era, in which mankind will realise its true potential and will start to live in harmony with the planet, according to the laws of nature (Capricorn). The article I have linked to this blog is a truly inspiring piece of information pointing in that direction - some good news for a change!

Note the sequence outlined in the article: Our food crops started to be industrialised and chemically abused in the 60's, when Pluto was in the preceding earth sign, Virgo. Some of the disastrous consequences and possible remedies became known in the 80's, when Pluto was in Scorpio (sextile to both, Virgo where the process started and Capricorn where it continues now). However, in keeping with Scorpio's secretiveness, this knowledge was ignored and/or suppressed at the time,.And now, with Pluto in Capricorn, we're going through the next phase, having to choose between two extremes: Either we continue along the road started in the 60's and follow it to total destruction, or we acknowledge we were wrong and mend our ways. These poor Indian farmers certainly have shown us how to do the latter!

Since Pluto moved into Capricorn in 2008, the word 'recession' has become huge in collective consciousness, as the global economy stumbles from one dip to the next, in a process that seems beyond anybody's control. In the meantime, every other issue mankind is confronted with appears to come to a head - over-population, hunger, disease, scarcity of resources, natural and man-made disasters abound. It's enough to make you think that Pluto is solely acting out its role as ultimate destroyer. Certain people would like us to hold that thought, to keep the population in an easy-to-manage state of fear. However, if Pluto is the planet of transformation and re-birth, as astrology claims, then where and how is the rebirth being manifested? 

Well, there is a minority of people on this planet (which is growing in numbers by the day), who believe that this time of destruction also signals the beginning of a new era, in which mankind will realise its true potential and will start to live in harmony with the planet, according to the laws of nature (Capricorn). The article I have linked to this blog is a truly inspiring piece of information pointing in that direction - some good news for a change!

Note the sequence outlined in the article: Our food crops started to be industrialised and chemically abused in the 60's, when Pluto was in the preceding earth sign, Virgo. Some of the disastrous consequences and possible remedies became known in the 80's, when Pluto was in Scorpio (sextile to both, Virgo where the process started and Capricorn where it continues now). However, in keeping with Scorpio's secretiveness, this knowledge was ignored and/or suppressed at the time,.And now, with Pluto in Capricorn, we're going through the next phase, having to choose between two extremes: Either we continue along the road started in the 60's and follow it to total destruction, or we acknowledge we were wrong and mend our ways. These poor Indian farmers certainly have shown us how to do the latter!

 

http://www.guardian.co.uk/global-development/2013/feb/16/india-rice-farmers-revolution

 

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