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Shameless self-promotionful [27 Jun 2010|02:25am]

azul_ros
I've recently been approved to write an astrology column for Examiner.com!
Lunar Eclipse on a Full Moon
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[02 Feb 2009|01:56am]

dianagarland
Hi!

Here's my brief introductory message:

I've been a healer, clairvoyant, and astrologer for over 35 years.

Each month I make available free horoscopes, and as of this year I'm posting them up on my LiveJournal, so friend me, and you can read them on your Friend's page.

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Part of my motivation behind my venturing into LiveJournal is that people might give me some feedback, and suggest popular topics I might analyze, so please leave comments and criticism - I don't know what to talk about unless you tell me.

Good to be here, and please enjoy my Journal!
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Being a Plutonian [16 Oct 2008|07:49am]

vangelis71
I'm a Capricorn Sun, with a Virgo Rising. Pluto is in my 1st house at 29 degree's Virgo. I also have a packed 3rd House of Venus, Mars, and Jupiter in Scorpio.

I'm certainly a deep and intense thinker. Being a Plutonian I have found is not an easy thing to handle, especially when I was younger. Writing Poetry  has enabled me to use my energies more constructively. Had I not possessed that gift, it would have caused frustrated difficulties. it's bad enough being stuck in a human shell, yet alone knowing there's a whole lot more to be faced.

It's interesting how being a Plutonian develops.  In my teens and 20's, my sexual energies were immensely powerful and took some handling. In my 30's, I began to develop my own interests, which I am also passionately intense about.

I feel it's important that Plutonians recognise and develop their own personal gifts. It's a planet of the higher mind, even though Astronomers don't recognise it as one anymore. I

It's interesting saying that, as if to say size matters, and that something so small as Pluto shouldn't warrant any special attention. That's the biggest mistake, because Pluto is deep and investigative. It likes to get under the skin, and have a good look around.

Plutonians possess a capability of understanding human nature and what lies within at a very deeply intuitive level.
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Pluto as my lifesaver [22 Sep 2008|07:35am]
skarven
I have a scorpio-pluto-libra-asc conjunction. My scorpio-venus is in my first house and it's been difficult to figure out what all this means. I've come to the conclusion that both venus-libra and pluto-scorpio are very important concerning my asc.

In dealing with my chart I found that it could be wise to always have the identity (sun) in the back of the brain. I actually thought that the sun was the easiest thing in the chart, but I guess I thought so because it's so easy to know:p

If I have gotten it right the sun is the identity - who you are, what you really should strive to be and get out there.

The asc is something that should be carried lightly, it's important in its way, but not like the sun. I'm not sure how pluto can be carried lightly though. My identity on the other hand... I have a jupiter-sun-neptune sagitarian conjunction.

I'm working on a theory on my own chart which acknowledge my problems but also how other things helps me out. Neptune gets me into a lot of trouble, Jupiter can help me with luck.

But when I get tied into a web of illusions and bad judgement and ends up in really crappy situations... I've done this a lot and after many years I feel I really can appriciate the thing about pluto that saves me at that point. Something happens that wakes me up - in a horrid painful way but none the less... and I find myself as a phoenix, I'm sort of loosing everything but the core and from the core I rebuileds something better. A lot of friends have been burned in the prosess, but at this point I don't care about their feelings. I lose a lot of security, but at this point I don't care. I have a Taurus moon so when pluto doesn't give this carelessness I care about these things in a high degree.
I tends to see rather clearly what is really important and true; and these are the things I save from the fire. I take with me my true friends, it's just the toxic or meaningless friendships that parish. Because I've had a bad habit of getting crappy friends this is a true blessing. And even though the experience of managing to start over again and again was a source of great anxiety before, it has given me the experience of managing it. Now I can see it as "what wonderful things are going to happen next" instead of "I've lost everything, I'm lost, I'll never get over this etc".

:) skarven
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From MSNBC [14 Aug 2008|06:22pm]
infidelbookworm

Does Pluto deserve a place among our solar system's main planets, or were astronomers right to demote it to second-class status?  Two years ago, poor Pluto's plight touched off the dispute over the how you define a planet, but now it's about much more than one little icy world.  The Great Planet Debate rises to a whole new level this week, and thanks to the Internet, you can join in the debate yourself.

The long-awaited debate takes center stage at Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Laboratory, which is the base of science operations for NASA's New Horizons mission to Pluto and other denizens of the solar system's outer regions.

The main event comes at 4:30 p.m. ET Thursday, when Mark Sykes of the Arizona-based Planetary Science Institute faces off against Neil deGrasse Tyson of New York's Hayden Planetarium.  You can register to watch the Sykes-Tyson debate as well as other "Great Planet Debate" presentations via streaming video.  The event's organizers also hope to pass along some questions for the debaters from the online audience.

Read the rest here:
http://cosmiclog.msnbc.msn.com/archive/2008/08/12/1260880.aspx
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Just a hello ; ) [11 May 2008|03:35pm]

laurapl
[ mood | blank ]

I'm glad I found a plutonian community, I keep reading the libra sun description and for some reason, I don't really fit except for the "justice&peace" values the rest is all wrong. I looked at my chart and realized I had a pluto singleton in its own sign scorpio in my 2nd house squaring my other singleton venus in leo. The two planets are constantly "in friction" and this probably explains why I'm always the last one picked in sports and why I've always had so many problems with "relationships"(of any kind  but especially "romantic">.>). I don't know what the "requirements" are but, this is what I've got so far. (Tell me if I'm wrong ^^)

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Transiting Pluto Square Natal Pluto [06 Mar 2008|09:38am]

djthiskingdom
Any tips?
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Pluto conjunct my Capricorn Stellium - Any advice???? [26 Feb 2008|08:00am]

meteora_smt
Well umm I don't know if its major or not myself, but after researching some sites, I'm assuming its a major transit. And my life is going through emotional hell right now. So maybe this has got to do something with it.  Well Pluto's gonna conjunct my Sun, Ascendant, Mercury, sextile Moon, conjunct Uranus, conjunct Venus, conjunct Neptune, conjunct Saturn, conjunct North-Node, trine Mars precisely in THAT order. And I really don't know what to expect.

Plus on top of it I've Progressed Moon in SCORPIO!!! I really don't know how to interpret such a transit. I mean I've read stuff about Pluto, but it sounds pretty scary "Major changes" "Maybe some deaths" I don't want anyone to die. So any advice on how to handle the transit??? Or any info on what I'm in for??? Because I'm really non-plussed and a little scared. Thanks! Believe me ANY help is appreciated!!!

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Mars in Scorpio. [20 Apr 2007|02:18pm]
pleidianphoenix
I want to talk about Mars in Scorpio.


Some words that come to mind: seething, lust, desire, intense anger, jealousy, rage, supressed emotions, explosion & implosion, sexuality, extremes, destruction, self-destructive

I have a Mars/Pluto conjunction in Scorpio (opposite North Node & Midheaven)... it's a VERY powerful aspect (the most powerful?) in my chart (Sun/Moon midpoint, + the apex of other configurations)...

for me, this kind of stuff isn't just Mars expression ("this is the way I express my anger..") -- no -- *my whole nature/aura is expressed like this*, very obsessive, seething, supressed, coiled, etc... it's like I AM this energy...



I am a ticking time bomb.


To some degree (though perhaps more specific and/or not as encompassing/holistic/intense as my experience), I find this nature in other Mars-Scorpios...
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An article: " The fate of Pluto" [28 Feb 2007|11:16pm]

all_who_i_am
Original link: http://www.astrologyweekly.com/astrology-articles/pluto-fate.php

The fate of Pluto
Astrology and religion
There is a good analogical relationship between Uranus, Neptune and Pluto and the Holy Trinity as considered by the traditional Christian church.

Uranus would represent the Son of God, Jesus Christ, the eternal Logos or Word. (Uranus is the superior octave of Mercury, natural ruler of communication and ordinary words).

Neptune would represent the Holy Spirit, the "Comforter", the giver of spiritual gifts, a manifestation of God's Love (Neptune is the superior octave of Venus, natural ruler of the ordinary love).

Pluto would represent God the Father, a supreme authority that is beyond anything, omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent (Pluto is the superior octave of Mars, natural ruler of will and action).

This seems like a perfect system to describe the Holy Trinity.

But what happens now that Pluto is no longer considered an actual planet, but only a "dwarf planet"? I feel compelled to inquire - is this a SIGN?

What if something is going to happen to Christianity as we know it?

Many of you are probably aware of Malachy's prophecy: in 1139, Saint Malachy wrote this prophecy about future popes, giving a short description for each one of them. The current Pope, Benedict XVI, is the last one described in the prophecy and after him there's only one whose reign will mark the end of papacy.
Read a detailed article about this prophecy here.

Should we be very worried about it? Isn't Pluto the astrological archetype of death and resurrection, of total transformation?
Why worry over Pluto having the same fate as its archetype?

If religion as we know it will die, it will surely be resurrected in a new form, much improved. The spirit never dies, so spirituality cannot die either.

Maybe this is just a step towards a better religion, a better life and a better world. God knows we need it and look forward to it.

Let me then say: "Pluto is dead. Long live Pluto!", in the traditional style used in various European countries when a new monarch accesses to the throne.
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[15 Jan 2007|07:42pm]

vampilith
Plutonian quotes.


Go.
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Neptune, Eris & Pluto -- a yod? [14 Jan 2007|01:27am]

agsaunders
If Eris is trined Neptune in Sagittarius @ 13 degrees in Aries and opposed Pluto @ 13 degrees Libra, would this aspect be called a 'Yod'. If so, what would this yod imply between these planets?

I may x-post this out to neptunians later on. And unlike some others who have Pluto involved in a yod, Pluto is a singleton in the chart along w/ Uranus.

ETA: I also almost have another contender for the yod status. It involves Pluto again. Saturn at 16 Leo and Venus at 24 Capricorn. I would think that Venus is a little off-balance to be a tight yod, and if I included that, I would also have to include Jupiter in Taurus which is also 10 degrees off-balance as well.
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Pluto as a singleton [03 Jan 2007|12:36pm]

agsaunders
http://www.astrologyclub.org/articles/singletons/pluto/pluto.htm
In case someone hasn't shared this yet, I would like to do so here. I had just learned that I'm much more plutonian than what I realized. This is all about having Pluto as a singleton. I've always known that pluto (8th house) was a singleton in my chart; I just never realized the importance of its placement until recently. So it appears that I am much more plutonian than what I originally gave myself credit for.

As for Pluto opposing Eris, I'll figure that one out in due time, I suppose. I don't actually expect anyone to reply to that being that there is a derth of information out there on the subject. Anyways, I just wanted it there for the record. Eris (previously Xena) killed Pluto! 

Now I'm done
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hey again fellow plutonians... [24 Nov 2006|12:17pm]

velastarrrr
I promise I'll stop journal-hopping...

...someday.
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Breakfast with Pluto! [31 Aug 2006|07:47am]

orphicart
(RKC: Thought you guys might enjoy this. This was taken from the myspace blog of Baron Samadhi von Coppockalypse, PHD and used with permission.)

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ABYSSAL EPISTLES

The Astrology of Baron Samadhi von Coppockalypse, PHD

Volume 56: Breakfast with Pluto

In order to get to the bottom of nagging questions about Pluto posed by astrologers, astronomers, and everyone in-between, the Baron has journeyed to the depths of the underworld itself to talk to Mr. Afterlife himself.

(After being blindfolded and paddled across the River Styx by a way-too-talkative Charon, the Baron is granted an exclusive interview with the original man in black .)

Baron: Greetings, Lord Pluto. Big up ya self.

Pluto: Baron, good to see you again. I guess this time I won't be opposing your Moon.

Baron: Please don't.

Pluto: No worries. I've had my fun.

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[28 Aug 2006|07:27pm]

pocketlama
I've been making protest designs like a demon... Click here or on the picture for more designs.

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Forget Pluto. [26 Aug 2006|08:53pm]

tsuzuki26
Hades is now in his rightful place in the Underworld. Those who know him will have power over those who forget. Let the world forget.
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REMEMBER PLUTO [26 Aug 2006|11:23pm]

musashi_amp
[ mood | creative ]

The news was sad about Pluto. I feel bad for all those kids growing up that played the planet Pluto in their school plays. Now that memory for them is shattered. Help keep the memory of pluto alive.

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[26 Aug 2006|01:51am]

grandmasterjoe
Thought some of you might be interested...

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[24 Aug 2006|07:55am]

tsuzuki26
[ mood | amused ]

Looks like the International Astronomical Union has voted Pluto off Mount Olympus and into the Underworld.

http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/060824_planet_definition.html

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