I was thinking about Pluto’s transit through my 12th house. When it was coming on, back in 2007, I googled the transit. I found virtually nothing on it, that was of any use. I decided I should try to fill this void.
I’ve kept that commitment by chronically my experience with this transit, tagging these posts, Pluto transit 12th. This is one of my favorite threads on this blog. I like the depth and the inexplicable mystery of this transit. I like the fact that the process is inevitable.
In 2009, I marveled at the movie, Defiance. It about a group of Jews who flee into the woods in Poland to escape the Nazis. I related it Pluto in the 12th. Hide (12th) or perish (Pluto)!
I could feel I was going to have a similar experience and sure enough, I withdraw deeper into the mist by the day. I think it’s cool. If you actually talked to me, you’d find I’m exceptionally clear-minded. It’s because my senses are heightened.
I was wondering when Pluto would clear my ascendant. How much longer will this transit last? Turns out I’ll be popping up circa 2020. Does that seem like a long time to you? It seems like a short time to me.
This has been one of my favorite transits of my life. I might think otherwise if I did not have a packed 8th house, but as it is, I’m keen to know all I can about spiritual power.
Think about those Jews. They never planned to live in the woods. They had to survive (Pluto) on faith (Neptune). It’s freakin’ intense! You’re cold, you’re hungry, you’re exposed and people are trying to kill you!
If you’re struggling with anything of this nature, I’d watch that movie. Movies are associated with the 12th house (Neptune) and this one is empowering (Pluto) and inspiring (12th).
2020 is about 7 years away. I started writing about this transit 7 years ago. It seems like it could have been last week or last month. That tells me this transit speeds by.
I’m pretty sure I’ll survive it, so what I want to do now is milk the transit for all it’s worth.
The picture is from a scene in the movie. The Jews are stuck in the woods, but life goes on. That’s a couple getting married, there. It’s very powerful…and very hidden.
The Nazis think they’re dead, right?
Just think about that a minute. You’ve been counted out, but you’re more vitally alive then you’ve ever been before you in your life.
Is life delicious, or what?