Pluto in Aquarius

I am not going to make predictions about what will happen in 2023 onwards, though that would be fun. But I do think that Pluto in Aquarius is an interesting topic. Here is my take on Pluto in Aquarius.

Elizabeth I, queen of England had Pluto in Aquarius placed in the 1st house. This person was a writer and a poet, as well as a monarch and symbol of sovereignty. She embodied Pluto in the first house, by maintaining power. But that power was not solely hers, it was of course, in Aquarian style shared. Elizabeth was no dictator, she presided and encouraged her country to begin an era of cultural experimentation, of scientific advancement and rewarded her subjects for their ultimate voyages of discovery. Elizabeth was also known as the “Virgin Queen,” she did not marry and was a Virgo Sun, Virgo is the sign of duty and this fits with her sacrificing her love life for her country. But the 1st house is the house which is most associated with a person, which makes someone who they are more than any other planetary placement. Scorpio is on the tenth house cusp, and therefore Pluto disposits that highest honour and esteem into the first through Pluto in Aquarius.

Aquarius is a sign which is often alone, yet wants, society. So it is befitting that Elizabeth patronised the likes of William Shakespeare, Christopher Marlowe, Ben Jonson, Francis Drake, Francis Bacon, Sir Walter Raleigh and Sir Humphrey Gilbert. She rewarded people who were cultural creators, poets, play writers, adventurers, pirates, explorers and colonisers of “new worlds.” These people were all doing something to expand the English National consciousness, they were contributing to the construction of a society, which was not totally reliant on singular religious codes, but dialogic, offering rebellion, change, intellectual freedom, freedom to roam, while still maintaining itself as a power to which all paid respect.

Simon Bolivar, was accredited with being one of the leaders of the liberation of South America from the yoke of Spanish Empire. This man was a Freemason, and a leader of armies. He was a fighter and he had Pluto placed in natal 11th house in Aquarius, with Scorpio ruling the eighth. He was instrumental in the transferral of collective resources from an empire, to independence. Something that he does have in common with Elizabeth and it is just a curiosity is that he was a widower who’s wife died early on, and who never remarried. In essence he was alone for most of his life. Even with the Sun in Leo in the 5th house and with Neptune in Libra in the 7th.

Pluto in Aquarius is about changing a system, and a society. People who have this placement are motivated by seeing themselves outside, or above the current system and are inclined to alter it, in order to change human social interactions, not just locally but on a national and international scale.

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3 responses

2 06 2011
CHARMAYNE M. PETTENGELL

I TRULY ENJOYED THIS ARTICLE, I AM 74 YRS. OLD AND I BELIEVE THAT IN 2012
INSTEAD OF THE NEGATIVE PREDICTIONS THAT ARE OUT THERE; HUMAN BEINGS WILL CENTER ON LOVE AND SUPPORT OF ONE ANOTHER. IF I LIVE PAST MY 80TH DECADE I WOULD LIKE TO SEE LESS SUFFERING. THANK YOU

25 10 2011
Elizabeth Rapisardo

I am inline with this reply from Mrs. Pettengell. i hope you will pass through your 80’s and then some. It would be a better world if people would take the time to be good to one another and mean it.
thanks for your post.
Elizabeth C.Rapisardo

30 03 2015
Antoinette

My prediction for 2023 is that there might be some sort of major crash like the recession in 2008 when Pluto(the destroyer) entered Capricorn but for the internet as technology and Aquarius have that connection..Ive recently heard concerns of how fragile the Internet systems on ted talks are and such..The Internets being used for things now it was never thought it would even be used for rocket ships,and company systems..who knows what implications such a crash on the internet we take so much for granted now would have on the world

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