Mar 12, 2021
Mesmerising Pluto takes 248 years to do one revolution around the Sun.
Not a single one of us will live long enough to experience our own Pluto return, and our children won’t live long enough to witness that date, either!
America, on the other hand, is currently experiencing her first Pluto return since the declaration of independence was signed back on the 4th of July 1776.
Just because we won't see our own Pluto return, doesn’t mean we won’t feel the impact of Pluto in our lives at one point or another.
In fact, depending on your planetary placements you may already have a pretty good understanding of the impact, planetary wrecking-ball Pluto can have.
If like myself, you’ve had Pluto transit any one of your planets, you’ll have been taken into the underworld and experienced the challenges and riches it has to offer.
In fact, due to the nature of planetary timing we all experience the Pluto Square at about 36-61 years of age (one quarter of his orbit from his natal position in your chart) which is a period of personal regeneration.
Pluto transits revel a darker undercurrent, a period where we have to be authentic and truthful with ourselves, and accept things that are beyond our control.
Also known as the higher octave of Mars, Pluto’s presence in our charts and relationship to other planets can also indicate where we have astute observational abilities, where we feel drawn to the darker, hidden aspects of life, and are tempted by the forbidden fruits of taboo.
Pluto transits can make us feel awakened, alive and full of vitality. They can also take us to hell and back.
In this episode of The Stellium Astrology Podcast I talk about some of the key concepts of Astrological Pluto without being too intense, in the hope of enriching your connection to our intense and non-negotiable God of the underworld.
Join me as I explore Pluto in the charts of celebrities and subscribers.
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