Pluto in Capricorn Revisited

More Recent Observations
June 1, 2010
If you missed last year’s articles on Pluto’s transit into Capricorn, you may still be trying to make sense of some of the major events of this last year.

In my previous article Signs of the Times: Pluto in Capricorn (part 1) from July 2009, I noted: ‘Pluto’s journey through this sign until its final exit on 20 November 2024 will see an intense focus on the systems, laws and regulations that govern and regulate the lives of all people on this planet.’

This was an attempt to be concise.

Let me elaborate just a little.

Pluto in Capricorn

Signs of the Times
Let me begin this article with some predictions on the longest-lasting astrological development of 2008-09, namely Pluto’s move into the sign of Capricorn.

After spending 140 days in this sign from 26 January 2008 to 14 June 2008, Pluto then returned to Sagittarius until 27 November 2008. From its first brief visit early in the year, stockmarkets around the world began to echo and crumble with subterranean warnings of the deep probing so characteristic of Pluto. The question left unspoken, that is yet seeking to be answered is “On what foundation and on what basis have we attributed the values to our companies, countries and institutions that we have in recent times? And are these foundations structurally secure?”

Voices from the Underground

Insights into current trends
The GFC may be making the headlines, but do you know the astrological correlations with this – and other – major world trends?

Astrology is the study of correlations between observed phenomena and the interpretation of the symbolism in the movements and patterns of the ‘planets’.

Thus, it is interesting that within a few days of Pluto’s transit into Capricorn – the sign associated with rules and regulations, with frugality and making do with less – the stockmarkets of the world took one of several significant dives.