Pluto always exposes the shadow and in Capricorn we are talking about the people in power. The government. And recently I have had no choice but to become intimately familiar with the shadow side of a politically prominent family in this country.
And let me tell you I don’t want to know this! I like being naive! I like being idealistic. I truly prefer this but no! Pluto is going into Capricorn and we’re all going to see what under all those rocks whether we like it or not.
Now I don’t know why these things come to me early but they always do and I have seen some ugly, ugly stuff over this last week. It is in my face and in the process I lost something very valuable to me… Jean Valjean.
Jean Valjean is the hero in Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables. If you are not familiar, you can read the synopsis or better yet, read the book, see the play or see the movie, but bottom line, Jean Valjean rises to prominence from poverty and desperation and is the epitome of class and compassion.
And I love this movie / book / play and I have believed in it my whole life. But after what has been revealed to me over this last week I have had no choice to come to understand and accept the fact that Jean Valjean is a fictional character.
And I suppose this is shown by the Saturn Neptune opposition as well. The tide goes out, the veil drops and you see the ugly reality. But in whatever case, I have had my early warning and I would say that when Pluto goes into Capricorn and the veneer is skinned back, best brace yourself.