What Do You Expect To See Before Pluto Leaves Capricorn?
This seems a very serious topic to me. What will we see when Pluto leaves Capricorn for Aquarius? Anyone have a theory?
The last month that Pluto will be in Capricorn at all will be November 2024. So there is room for another U.S. presidential election and any shifts in power dynamics that may come from that. This will be an ending to the economic and political story set in motion in 2008.
I can't really guess what that ending will be, but I do hope that more people can get on the same page about what needs to happen going forward. There needs to be a balance struck between those "in control" and those who are controlled. Our major institutions need to serve the people if they are to stand.
Capricorn is an earth sign. We need to stay grounded, down to earth, and let common sense and basic humanity prevail, and eliminate anything that gets in the way of that. I think this is important for us to prepare for Pluto in Aquarius or it could get ugly. The tech industry has a scary amount of power right now that will only get worse if we choose to keep giving away our power.
That 29th degree can be like a banana peel - things happen fast.
I do know some people close to me whom I suspect will die in the following years...sooner or later, either due to physical or mental health (suicide).
It is tough to admit the latter, and hoping that I am wrong or not misses the point, which is that some people are having their mental (or physical) faculties exposed or negatively ignited.
I was once under the impression that something big would happen, constituting a global effect felt simultaneously be many, but it seems it is more on an individual or group level at this time.
Oh. And on the newscasters when they first started the crap with their hands, they were all awkward. You could see they had been instructed and were trying this new skill for some reason unknown to me.
I have been really into the news since my late teens but not now. I would not watch one second of news at this point. Literally, not one second. Because I finally figured it out.
Thirty fucking years. It's about time. I may not be quick but I am thorough.
I have not had cable since 2005.