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Pluto in Capricorn: Occupy Wall Street Just One Example

September 27
07:50 2011
For those of us who follow Astrology, we knew there would be massive shifts in power and wealth when Pluto moved into Capricorn on January 27, 2008. We’re seeing it. The Arab Spring. The fall of dictators. The massive anti-union Wisconsin protests. Occupy Wall Street.The cold wind is blowing.

Isabelle Ghaneh writes:

The last time Pluto was in Capricorn, the American Revolution occurred, and Thomas Jefferson, one of the founding fathers of the American Revolution, first penned in the American Constitution that all men (and women) have the pursuit of happiness as one of their intrinsic and inalienable rights. At that time, the idea of a person’s personal happiness was a radical one indeed.

From Alpha Life Trends:

Pluto rules power and mis-use of power. Pluto is also the energy, the motives, the integrity of the purpose of using Pluto’s power. Pluto also rules the issues of the motives that are hidden within the person wielding power. Words can easily be used as a front, but it is Pluto’s energy and motives that point to the real purpose, the real goals for utilizing energy. These deep motives, even if they are unseen, will at certain times explode similar to the volcanic explosion that reveals the elements deep within.

Pluto often brings us situations that contain issues of power, in which we fear power greater than ourselves and thus we have to rise to the occasion to make the inner power greater and stronger than the outer powers. An example of this is the fear of outer authority and we must respond to situations in which outer authority comes into our life and our inner confidence or inner strength has to be stronger than the outer situations. This response to situations becomes the trial by fire methods in which Pluto works.

The outer authority and outer power can be a positive source of competition or a person in a position of power who is misusing their position to wield their power in inappropriate ways to cause harm to others. The purpose for this outer power and the motives for this outer power becomes the Pluto issue. The motives, ethics, integrity and values that come with the use or mis-use of power are hidden from view, however they are known by the person and ultimately become visible as the intention is continued over time, setting a precedence that speaks of it’s own accord.

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