Astrology: Pluto Enters Aquarius And Why It’s A Big Deal.

Allow me to say the most cliche thing an astrologer can say: something big is happening in astrology! Okay, it’s true but something big is always happening, am I right? And, I’m here to break it down for ya.

On March 23rd, Pluto will enter Aquarius. And it’s a pretty big deal because this hasn’t occurred since 1778-1798! Yup, around the time of the French and American revolutions. Are you kind of getting the drift? It’s a big shift, another cliche that we love to say.

Before I get into the details, let me remind you that Pluto is the planet of transformation and change. And that’s why it is the planet associated with the zodiac sign Scorpio, the ultimate sign of change and rebirth. And Aquarius is the sign associated with individualism, independence, innovation, humanitarianism, thinking outside of the box, scientific reasoning, and advancement. Hence the gif below 😂

So, the planet of change will be in the sign known for uprising, challenging the norm, and intellectual advancement. That’s the summary, in a nutshell.

Pluto stays in one sign for a looong time. It has been in Capricorn since 2008! So it’s a big deal when it finally enters another sign. It’s known as the generation planet as every generation is associated with what sign Pluto was in during that time. For example, most millennials are known as the Pluto in Scorpio generation. Anyhoo, when Pluto enter Aquarius, we can expect some major changes for the next 19 years that involve technology, travel, and even community. This will affect power, and how we as a collective distribute power.

We can expect most of us to value technology and information in a whole new way. We can also expect big changes in laws and specifically our democracy in association with technology and information. Free internet for everyone? Maybe? Or flying cars, finally?

Simply put, the last time Pluto was in Aquarius, was the age of revolutions. Counties all over the world were shifting and challenging the status quo’s. We can expect major political and social reformations. We already see evidence of this happening now Typical work days and work environments are shifting, outdated laws are being challenged, and we’re shedding light on new ways of thinking and approaching problems. Think about how many things are no longer acceptable, how we’re shifting to be more open-minded, and how the narrative around work/life balance has changed.

I think this shift will be refreshing, of course it will still have its challenges.

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