Looking at the natal chart of the U.S.A.,the other day, Pluto popped up and got my attention. The sign of Capricorn and the placement of the second part in the zodiac wheel stood out to me. It was – Pluto/Saturn; Pluto/Jupiter; Pluto/Neptune; Pluto retrograde. Pluto was everywhere!!
So, I’m sharing a short, amusing dialogue between Pluto and Jupiter – here we go:
Jupiter: Hi there, Pluto! As you see I’ m just standing next to you and we have a little time to talk to get to know each other better before we both move on.
Pluto: Sure, go ahead. I’ m listening. You know that I’ve been in this sign of Capricorn since 2008 and so I’ve gotten to know a few other planets too.
Jupiter: Oh, I see. I’d like to tell you what’s going on down on the planet Earth. The population is suffering and Covid 19 is creating a real crisis. People are having a tough time having to wear masks, they are offending each other and even killing each other. The periods of confinement have not yet come to an end. It’s awful…
Pluton: Let’s both look at what’s going on. This seems to be a true collective test for the earthlings. This virus is putting a stop sign in front of them all so that everybody becomes conscious of what is going on. From up here, it looks like the beginning of a period of destruction and deconstruction of the old order.
Jupiter: I think you’re right. A new order is going to emerge, but right now it’s still rather invisible and fluttery. You know, I‘d like to make some suggestions for crucial themes of reforms during this period like:
Politics, Finances, Race Relations and Religion among others.
Pluto: I agree. The advice to the earthlings to be successful is to concentrate on making these transformations.
Jupiter: The future is promising and on top of it, today is the day of the Solar Eclipse. So we are going to turn off the lights for the earthlings for today so that the population can pay attention to this event. May the reforms they implement render the life down there more pleasant and better balanced.
Pluto: Well said. We’ll see each other again towards at the end of the year – be well and have a good trip.
Thank you for taking the time to read my blog. Let’s all take this message to heart and start making changes at home and your community.