Paris Hilton and Pluto in Capricorn

I’ve got nothing against Paris Hilton. If anything, she amuses me. I have been entertained by her and anyone who entertains me garners my appreciation.

And I don’t track her life at all. I haven’t got the slightest idea what she is like, what her boyfriends are like or anything else about her. I don’t watch TV so I have obviously never seen her show, however I have seen her picture about a million times and I am always impressed. Why?

Because this chick can’t take a bad picture! How can that be? Everyone else has these unflattering pictures plastered around but never Paris and do you think I don’t admire this? I do admire this. But now she is going to jail. And frankly, I feel sorry for her.

I feel sorry for her because she is like a plane going down. She is an icon and symbol of… excess, perhaps? And to me her downfall was inevitable. And here comes Pluto into Capricorn and it is HARSH.

But how could this not happen? What are we going to do? Watch Paris walk around in her clothes for the next twenty years? Thirtyears? These things can and do go on for a time but they can’t go on forever… sort of like Andy Warhol’s soup can paintings. Good for a time, but times change.

But to the collective I think this is a heads up that heads can roll… all heads, any heads. With Pluto in Capricorn it will be the people with substance who have power and this leaves Paris… humbled.

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Paris Hilton and Pluto in Capricorn — 3 Comments

  1. Pluto moving into Capricorn is of great interest to me too. I keep wanting to focus on that side of Capricorn that is female/natural world just to see if that can modify the effects. Otherwise, you’re right . . . heads will roll!

    Paris does seem to symbolize all those with more money than sense, poor thing. However, it wouldn’t break my heart to see the conspicuous consumption cycle come to an end. Enough already!! 🙂

  2. I just saw a recent interview with her. She just launched her 25th fragrance. I didnt see any humility lol. I honestly think that shes one of those queen bees that can make anything seem cool (not to me, but to “the masses”), even something like getting arrested.

    It reminds me of that montage in Mean Girls, where the misfits are trying to take down the queen bee but she flips everything they do to her into being fashionable.

  3. I remember this time, it was the beginning of Facebook..

    “These things can and do go on for a time but they can’t go on forever… sort of like Andy Warhol’s soup can paintings. Good for a time, but times change.”

    Exactly.

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