Sun Pluto

Tomorrow the Sun meets Pluto in Capricorn for the first time since 1762. Pluto takes approximately 248 years to orbit the Sun.  In 1762 Sun and Pluto were conjunct on the 23rd December at 1 degree of Capricorn. The Sun conjuncts Pluto every year so what is special about the next few days?

harrisons-chronometer-h4Harrisons Chronometer developed in 1762

Apparently the new chronometer only lost 5 seconds of time after an eighty one day sea journey. Harrison was looking to discover the Longitudinal effect in navigation. His Chronometer was years in the making with many trial and error experimentation’s.

The chronometer was not discovered on the 23rd of December 1762 when the Sun was conjunct Pluto last however perhaps Pluto in Capricorn heralded the high technological advancements in time pieces then. Of course, Capricorn and its ruler Saturn in Astrology describes the structure of time itself.

The Sun and Pluto this week will have something to say about the powerful aspect of time in our lives. The beginning or end of a contract is also a mark of time and perhaps the combination outlines a certain period in our lives.

10-commandmentsA very old Contract

Sun sign Astrology columns define its day to day predictions based on the Suns position. Perhaps the columns will say about a very powerful event in someones life in the next few days? The use of power and self control will be predominant perhaps? The beginning or ending of a long term contract sounds like a powerful moment whether it be in business, studies or personal achievements. The trouble with Pluto is that usually something or someone  else is responsible for the changes at this time.

boss_cartoonThe Boss makes powerful decisions in life

The Astrological weather in the next few days will surely involve a time where one stands firm as the “boss of oneself” or alternatively –  is involved with changes brought about powerful considerations of others. It is all about Time and Space. Harrison’s clock only lost five seconds of time in 1762.

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Kingsley

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2 Responses to “Sun Pluto”


  1. 1 Dorothy December 21, 2008 at 23:03

    My mother was a Capricorn – I am not going to wax poetic here, having her for a mother was not a series of Hallmark moments. But I was always taught: if you cheat, take shortcuts, do anything illegal, “cook the books”, however many cliches there are, it will ultimately come back and bite you. I have no problem hearing one news story after another these days about another crooked politician, wall streeter, ceo, etc., getting caught and publicly shamed. Oh boy, my Dad used the expression “Being called out on the carpet”. which he meant in a boss/subordinate, you screwed up and now you are going to have to pay. Rules, regulations, keeping in line, paying your dues, this is what Pluto in Capricorn feels like to me. This does not make me panicky – it is not a warm cuddly feeling, but it works for me.

  2. 2 kingsley December 22, 2008 at 06:24

    Good thinking Dorothy, such a wise capricorn mother. I agree that there can be safety and security in structure (Sun in Capricorn). This morning the Moon is sextile Sun Pluto so I hope that is a good experience down here in Australia.

    kingsley


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