Astrology Poll: What are your hopes and fears for Pluto in Capricorn?

Pluto moves into Capricorn today and will slowly but surely start grinding down the old to make way for the new. Are we ready for this?

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Although Pluto changes signs, he’ll remain in the same area of the natal chart for most of us. For instance, Pluto moved into my second house a couple of years ago and will remain there for many years to come, so it is all about what I value and the continuing transformation of my attitudes and expectations about income, etc.

Anyone else already seeing Pluto at work in their charts?

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2 thoughts on “Astrology Poll: What are your hopes and fears for Pluto in Capricorn?

  1. KayKay

    I think we have to remember that Capricorn is a competitive, business-oriented sign. One skill that’s useful in business is the ability to “transform lemons into lemonade.” Like it or not, one competition-based practice in business is to trounce those who have been at the top when they show their weaknesses.

    Though so far we have mainly seen the negative impact of businesses in trouble across the land, we must remember that Pluto in Capricorn will enable some shrewd, bold people to see opportunities where the rest of us see only woes. Now that the mighty are falling, who will rise to the top? Fortunes have been lost, but there are also fortunes to be made.

    What this transit is saying to me is that we all need to take back some of our power and become more self-directed in terms of building our fortunes. We can’t go on letting presidents and employers and fund managers go on vetting all the money while we sneak off to play Nintendo. I see this as a time when the courage, ingenuity, and autonomy of the individual is going to count for an awful lot.


  2. WillD

    For myself, I see it as Fundamentalists fighting to maintain the status quo for awhile longer. Pluto says they are fighting a losing battle, but refuse to admit it. Pluto in Capricorn is about transformation in who’s in charge of what.


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