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What Do You Expect To See Before Pluto Leaves Capricorn?

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If you think about when Pluto was in late degrees of Sagittarius and it changed signs into Capricorn in 2007-2008, it triggered the Great Recession.

It won't be exactly like that time, but whatever happens when Pluto is in late degrees of Capricorn will be felt deeply by all as it was back then.  Everyone lost will be a common theme all over again and if you think back over the Pluto in Capricorn years, they were not so good to experience when it came to institutions you trust or the government.

Looking back at 2007-2008, what happened then was the culmination of Pluto transiting Sagittarius. We had a big housing bubble (Jupiter) and fraudulent lending and at the end of the transit our economy crashed, big time (Pluto).

Today, looking at our current situation, all of our institutions are corrupt or are collapsing. Big tech and the MSM have become the enemy of the people. Our government is incompetent and compromised by foreign interests and others in power that don't represent we the people. The Constitution has been violated in many ways and its being ignored.

Pluto in Capricorn. This is the time where we the people will find unity and become united to fight all of the above. We aren't there yet, but we will be over the next three years.

 

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@jofrance Last time Pluto passed through the ending degrees of Capricorn, we were shaking ourselves free of an oppressive British government.

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Elsa, did you post this?

 

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Yes, I did.

I mentioned the show upthread. I realized it may be hard to find. Who clicks on tubi?

Pluto in Capricorn is about excavation on some level. And consequences! 

I may have a high tolerance for this due to my Capricorn and a packed 8th house.

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As a planet is strong at the end/beginning of a sign, I say the destruction of governments and businesses will intensify.

I also think a lot more elderly folks will pass on, since Capricorn rules the elderly. I think a LOT of people will be moving on beyond this life.

I don't know about anyone else, but I am nearly 51 and I have to say, about everything I have ever known has been transformed. Things that I thought would last forever have just crumbled to the ground and there is no looking back except for memories. I mourn for the losses but realize I have to keep going to survive.

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Posted by: @placebo-essence

Pluto is "a catabolic force also known as destructive metabolism the by-product of which is an explosive release of energy. This is why Pluto is associated with atomic explosions, energy production, nuclear power and also our core power. Pluto's resonance deconstructs and breaks things down to their fundamental level."

This sound right to me. We're on the brink.

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Another death yesterday. Man was sixty years old. I feel swaths of death coming.

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Pluto return for USA chart in the fourth house looks like a major market correction and civil unrest as a result. 

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@jana There's definitely something coming in relation to finances! Civil unrest as a result - I can imagine this too. There's so much to be unrestful in the streets about, add markets/finance to that list!

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Anyone who can take their profits out of the stock market and run, should in my opinion. What I worry about is the pension funds that are invested. Alot of Boomers are going to get screwed. 

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@jana 

Can't speak for all, but the one small 401k I had back in '08 let me move it to a fixed rate investment.  It's also possible to switch over from ETFs or target retirement accounts to something more conservative like bonds.  

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I may be alarmist but my worry is about the whole thing crashing and not being resuscitated. I'm diversifying into things outside of it all. Covering all bases: bitcoin some pegged to gold, real estate, cash, gold/silver. I think you need a bit exposure in everything.  My pension and Social Security are not accesible yet. But will cross that bridge soon enough. 

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@jana A lot of people have been sensing something in their spirit that won't go away. Just a sense that something big, something BAD is coming. Even one of my client's physical therapists said this. 

I think this is why homesteading has become so popular, and why so many people are quietly stockpiling food and supplies, learning skills. They can smell a total c0llapse coming down the road.

They either don't realize that's the reason for the nagging unease in their gut--or they're afraid to say it out loud. 

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One more thing: A homesteader just did a YouTube video warning people, especially ladies, to start keeping their heads on a swivel. Don't take the same route home every time. (Of course, if you live at the end of a long dirt road, you're screwed.) People are now being followed home from the store--for their FOOD. 

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If you live at the end of a long dirt road you need fence all around, gate, big dogs, security lights and cameras, and appropriate "hardware."  But you probably have safe well water, space for hens and a big garden, fruit trees, firewood, maybe even a cow or goats for milk.  Not a bad deal!

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@notmycircus I'm so bad at this. I'm never aware of my surroundings.

Sometimes because of information like this, I'm nervous to take my kids to a park. And sometimes I feel like we should just call it quits and move. But that could be being dramatic because of imagined fear/paranoia. Oh Pluto sq. Mercury!

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@notmycircus I am not surprised at this at all. If the PTB opt to prevent some from shopping for food, I am sure they will be stealing. I can say this for sure because when I was a kid, I was so hungry, I stole cans of tuna and such, from my neighbors. I'm talking about when I was like 10 years old.

But I also stole food when I was 15 and homeless so I'm just telling you, the idea you're going to stop people from accessing groceries is a delusion.

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Yes, my husband and I are going to be getting more sustainable this spring. Once we get through this, we want to get a bugout place outside the area we are now in. The trick is to not too far from family who don't believe in this likelyhood. Did you know that New Hampshire has a free state secessionist movement? Thanks for the input. 🙂

https://www.fsp.org/

 

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@jana Can’t believe I just noticed this. That does look interesting. If the Great American Experiment fails in the next few years, maybe we’ll have Free States like this.

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Update: My husband and I are teaming up w/his nephew and bought a parcel of land and house to create a family compound. Nephew doesn't believe in my motivation (collapse and sustainability). He just likes the country and wants to be with us.

Regardless the plan is now actually in motion and i am beyond psyched!

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@jana congrats!!

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@jana Yay! ?

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That's great, Jana! My husband's family does that in SC. They bought a parcel of land together and own pre-manufactured homes. His one brother, two sisters and mother live there. They all help each other. His Mom is 90 years old, so she is cared for at home by family and visiting caregivers.

I hope it works out for you.

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