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Wednesday, October 1, 2014
The danger of Pluto, not on guard
OBAMA's INCONJUNCT PLUTO
Here is the chart of President Obama and the progressions and transits of September 16, when an armed man joined him in the elevator.
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PLUTO IS COMPLICATED
You and I probably survived more than 1 transit or progression of Pluto. Most people do and few will die. But it is no rule. For example, my mother recently died with Progressed Sun exactly square Progressed Midheaven, both in narrow hard aspect with natal Pluto. After she broke her hip bone on two places in 2012, she had developed a health problem caused by a mix of drugs. The deadly combination just had to be taken, or else the pain would be unbearable. Her age, 85, and her situation (in a wheel chair), didn't help dealing with the problems. Pluto's presence in her chart warned for stress and danger, but in her situation little could be done about it, warning or not. Pluto makes it all complicated.
It CAN be done in Obama's case, however. The inconjunct of Pluto tells me that there is too much stress, danger and pressure right now. It should be easy to release him with the help of those close to him. He is healthy, not too old, rich and in a position of authority. But it takes security...Today the chief security stepped back.
The Pluto inconjunct of a nation's leader has strong effect for the people in the nation. The chart of the USA is being hit by the stress provoking Uranus-Pluto square with transit Pholus opposition natal Mars (a point of no return in a battle. Look around and see what is going on in the world. It is time to be warned and time to take measures in order to defend the true values of life.
I read Lynn Koiner's article , in particular the part of interaction about the inconjunct. Her advice was (in my words) not to get involved in unhealthty situations, not to endanger your life and health because of others. Perhaps that is hard to do. Please read the story of Edith Cavell, a heroic and executed World War I nurse, and her Sun inconjunct Pluto. She gave her life for the sake of others and maybe should have protected her own. I don't know... It is up to you to decide about the value of your life and that of others when it comes to it.
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