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Pluto in Aquarius is going to get personal (2023 – 2044)

Pluto in Capricorn (Cardinal earth) transformed corporations, government and authoritative bodies, the foundation that gets the society running; Pluto in Aquarius (fixed air) is going to transform the rules, communities and ideology that stabilise the society.

After spending the last 15 years in Capricorn, Pluto will move into Aquarius on 23 March, 2023,, marking the end of a major cardinal earth cycle.

Pluto has been in Capricorn since January 25, 2008, as a slow moving planet, it takes Pluto 248 years to make one rotation around the zodiac, spending an average of 18-25 years in one sign. The changes that Pluto transit bring are generational.

Key dates for Pluto’s transit to Aquarius
  • Pluto in Aquarius: 23 March 2023
  • Pluto retrograde in Aquarius: 1 May 2023
  • Pluto in Capricorn: 11 Jun 2023, direct on 10 Oct 2023
  • Pluto in Aquarius: 20 Jan 2024 – 2 Sep 2024
  • Pluto retrograde in Aquarius: 2 May 2024
  • Pluto back in Capricorn: 2 Sep 2024 to 19 Nov 2024
  • Pluto in Aquarius, completing its Capricorn cycle: 19 Nov 2024

Pluto, the planet of deconstruction & reconstruction

Discover in 1930, while in the sign of Cancer, Pluto is the planet associated with Scorpio, the sign of transformation, sex, death, and rebirth. Pluto’s energy wants to break down things that are not working so better ones can emerge. Learn about Pluto meaning through the houses here.

The Aquarius archetype

Ruled by Uranus, the planet of innovation and change, Aquarius represents technology, community and ideology, the Aquarian energy wants to break down obsoleted traditions and rules that are confining and restricting on both personal and collective level, essentially, the Aquarius archetype is all about freedom and independence.

Pluto in Aquarius

Before we talk about Pluto in Aquarius, we should take a look at the Saturn in Aquarius cycle that is about to end on 7 March 2023. Saturn in Aquarius has shaken up the foundation of the tech industry (Aquarius), most famously Elon Musk’s twitter acquisition, the fall of Sam Bankman-Fried’s FTX that is backed by the democrat and massive layoffs across the industry. Only when the dust of Pluto in Capricorn settled then we have a solid ground for Aquarius to build on.

The transit of Pluto in Aquarius is one of fixed air nature, totally different from what we have been experiencing in the last 15 years. Pluto in Capricorn transformed corporations, government and authoritative bodies, the foundation that get the society running; Pluto in Aquarius is going to transform the rules and ideology that stabilise the societies/ the unrests caused by Pluto in Capricorn.

On a personal level, we may have left some toxic friendships/groups behind, those that are brave enough, we were forced to examined the communities that we were part of, do they have good intention towards us? Saturn has probably revealed that and it is up to us to accept it or not. When Pluto arrives in Aquarius, we can no longer ignore these issues.

It’s going to get personal

The Pluto in Aquarius experience is going to be a lot more personal than what we had experienced during its stay in Capricorn. While Capricorn is about authorities, organisations, corporations, the high ups, Aquarius is about the people, and we, as people, in the form of individual and community, will become the central theme for Pluto in the years to come. Any inequality and power struggle in interpersonal dynamic will become into balance, and in the process we are likely to find and redefine our individuality and personal values. Coming out of this cycle, we may no longer identify with the friend groups or professional communities that we are currently in.

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