Sybil Leek, astrologer from older times, warned against thinking about the planet Pluto. She attributed dark and fearful powers to this relatively newly discovered planet.
Though modern astrologers have no fear of discussing Pluto’s astrological implications, they do ascribe immense powers to this dwarf planet.
New pictures and discoveries are coming through as NASA finds out more about the dwarf planet that takes 248 years to complete it’s elliptical orbit. Bright and dark spots have been observed to change since the discovery of Pluto in 1930.
Pluto is about extremes as described by various astrology sources. Now the scientific data proves this out. Apparently, Pluto is getting ready for Spring. The brighter spots observed by NASA Hubble Space Telescope are believed to be interacting with methane. Near this dwarf planet’s equator is a rich layer of carbon monoxide frost.
As the Sun plays more of an important factor involving Pluto’s springtime, more observations can be expected.
What do astrologers say about Pluto? A general consensus about this planet describes incredible powers of transformation. Long before Hubble, (how do they know this stuff?) Pluto has been described as being responsible for the breaking down of structures, to be transformed into new.
Currently, Capricorn is aspected by Pluto. It’s what the cosmic hoopla is all about, lately. Dating back to the times of Nostradamus’ predictions, Pluto’s transit of Capricorn will peak in 2012.
Widespread discussion about this ominous and foreboding prediction has drawn much speculation.
In any event, Capricorn is about the material realm. Capricorn is an earth sign. Capricorn personalities, as per astrology, can be too materialistic bordering or immersed in avarice.
Capricorns are diplomatic, and secretive. But as per Pluto’s powers, they won’t be able to hide anything these days. The bright light of Pluto’s springtime will be shining on every nook and cranny of existence according to astrology consensus and prediction.