Pluto is a very slow moving planet. It floats farther than any other planet in our solar system, and it takes 248 years to circle the twelve constellations. As a result, Pluto stays in one constellation for a long time, 12 to 32 years.
Pluto is currently in Capricorn, your constellation, and will move into Capricorn in 2008 and stay there until 2024. The fact that Pluto stays in one sign for such a long period of time means that it will have a long-lasting impact on your destiny. So how does Pluto affect you and what does it affect you as a Capricorn?
- The Role of Pluto
- Pluto’s “Transformation” for Capricorn
(1)The Role of Pluto
Pluto is the planet of transformation. Pluto is the planet of transformation, working in the deepest places of the world to bring everything to a whole new level. “When we think of transformation, we think of Uranus, but if Uranus brings about a simple transformation on the surface, Pluto brings about a transformation on the underside, or rather, from the bottom up. While “change” has a revolutionary buzz to it, “transformation” is accompanied by a sense of wonder that something is fundamentally changing. This may be similar to the feeling you get at a moment’s notice that something you used to love so much, something you used to be obsessed with, seems unimportant. By changing your existence slowly and fundamentally, you will be able to It’s like suddenly realizing that you have acquired a different set of values than before. I mentioned that Uranus brings about changes on the surface, but Pluto seems to bring about transformations in the values, thoughts, and feelings that underpin the surface.
The key word for this transformation is the word “death and rebirth. For example, just as a beautiful butterfly is born after molting from a pupa, or a phoenix that jumps into the fire to die and then rises again, Pluto has the role of creating something new by ending something.
The word “death” is to be understood only as a symbol, and it can be taken as an image of “end,” “destruction,” or “loss. Pluto also teaches us that in order to start something, we need to finish it. However, this doesn’t seem to mean that you have to force yourself to finish something. It’s more likely to be something that you’ve finished naturally without realizing it, or something that you’ve finished as you’ve been struggling with a specific problem or issue in your work, life, or love life.
(2)Pluto’s “Transformation” for Capricorn
The transformation that Pluto will bring to you as a Capricorn in the 16 years from 2008 is about beginnings. However, in order for this to happen, it is also necessary to come to an end.
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