Pluto in Aquarius 2023-2044: Power to the People

One of the most anticipated transits of the decade is Pluto in Aquarius.

Pluto enters Aquarius on March 23rd, 2023, retrogrades back into Capricorn on June 11th, 2023, and then back in Aquarius on January 21s, 2024. Pluto leaves Aquarius on January 19th, 2044.

Yes, you read that right – that’s 20 years of Pluto in Aquarius! Some of us might even be thinking “20 years! Will I even be alive in 2044?”. And as gloomy as this may sound, this is exactly the type of question a Pluto transit usually triggers.

When Pluto enters a new sign (and this only happens once every 20 years on average), our lives, and society as a whole changes in unprecedented ways.

Pluto is still in Capricorn for a while, and some might say it’s too early to talk about Pluto in Aquarius. But perhaps now is the best time to talk about Pluto in Aquarius.

Saturn and Jupiter’s recent transit through Aquarius (2020-2023), have given us a good taste of Aquarius and the themes that are relevant in today’s world.

Pluto in Aquarius – We, The People

Pluto takes 248 years to go around the Sun. The last time Pluto was in Aquarius was between 1778 and 1798, a period of massive change all over the world.

The American constitution, still considered the pinnacle of democracy, was written when Pluto was in Aquarius.

The Constitution’s first three words – We the People – are perhaps the first modern expression of the “Aquarius entity”. This entity is not a king, a ruler, nor the government. This is exactly what the European settlers were running away from.

“We the people” is the people – an entity without a leader, an entity that self-governs and self-regulates according to the interests and well being of everyone.

In Aquarius, it is this plural entity that takes priority over the individual.

“We the People” is also a reminder that people’s representatives – rulers, governors, politicians, and policy makers – are here to represent and serve their citizens (an important principle that we will come back to later in this article).

Pluto in Aquarius

To understand Pluto in Aquarius, let’s remind ourselves what Pluto and Aquarius stand for.

Pluto is the last planet in our solar system, the ‘final frontier’ of reality as we know it. Pluto is perhaps the most mysterious planet, because it holds the key to the unknown, to what’s on “the other side”.

Common keywords associated with Pluto are: power, depth, transformation, crisis, surrender, resilience, the big natural cycles of birth, death, and rebirth.

Pluto is the higher octave of Mars. Mars is the planet of personal will; when we take action and assert ourselves, that’s Mars. When you go to the grocery store, you act from your Mars. No one can tell you not to go to the grocery store. You go there when you want to.

But if the council decides to close down the grocery store and build a warehouse for Amazon, there’s not much you can do. Of course, you can try to fight the council or sign petitions, but the council is a force greater than yourself, it is the sum of personal interests of multiple individuals.

Similarly, Pluto is the collective dimension of Mars, so it is the sum of all the wills of all the individuals, it is the life force itself.

Pluto is the power of nature. When our personal will (Mars) is aligned with the collective will (Pluto) all is fine… but when it’s not, this ‘collective will’ will simply crush our personal will.

Indeed, when Pluto strikes, we often feel we have no say and that we are at the mercy of powers greater than ourselves.

With Pluto, the secret is not to put up a stronger fight, since this is a battle we cannot win – but to surrender, and trust in the workings of the universe.

At the same time, Pluto doesn’t like wimps. So if you think that doing nothing and ‘going with the flow’ is a good way to keep Pluto happy, think again. Pluto wants you to get stronger and to put up a fight if necessary… but Pluto also wants you to know when to call it quits.

Pluto is a Mars that is more strategic, thinks long term, and understands how society works. Politicians, businesspeople, strategists, psychologists oftentimes have a strong Pluto in their chart, and it is exactly their ability to channel the raw force of Mars into long-term, complex projects that makes them successful.

Pluto’s role is to keep the engine of the universe going, by eliminating what can no longer sustain life. If something is rotten, Pluto will eliminate it, to leave space for healthy growth.

Knowing what’s rotten is a good thing. If your tooth rots, you go to the dentist and fix the problem… and save your other teeth. If you want your tree to grow healthy, you trim the dead branches.

At a personal level, Pluto helps you eliminate what’s no longer working in your life, helping you build resilience and true personal power – a personal power based on a deep understanding of yourself and the world around you.

At a society level, Pluto will eliminate what’s corrupted and rotten, so that society can grow stronger and be more equipped to withstand difficult conditions.

What about Aquarius?

Aquarius is an Air sign, and we know that Air signs are concerned with communication and the intellect. If Gemini is our internal communication, Libra, one-on-one communication, – Aquarius is a collective sign, so it rules one-to-many and many-to-many communication. That’s why the internet and social media are ruled by Aquarius! Aquarius wants to bring the light of knowledge to as many people as possible.

“Communication” is not only verbal communication, but in general, the “distribution” of thoughts, words, energy, people, resources. It’s interesting that in the human body, Aquarius rules the circulatory system. Aquarius makes sure that information, resources, energy get distributed and shared where they are needed.

We all know that Aquarius rules friends and groups of people. But not only that. Organizations, committees, infrastructure, and councils are all Aquarius. Marketplaces, from the small farmer markets to Amazon, the stock exchange – the largest marketplace in the world – are Aquarius as well.

Because Aquarius rules groups of people, and society is a large group of people, we say that Aquarius rules society as a whole. Society is a sum of all the individuals, plus all the multiple interactions between these people. Society is the most complex Aquarius system out there.

Aquarius has two ruling planets: Saturn (the traditional ruler) and Uranus (the modern ruler). Saturn gives Aquarius an interest in policy-making, and a focus on building solid foundations for the future.

If the cardinal sign of Capricorn, the other Saturn-ruled sign, represents the executive power – the president, the prime minister or the CEO – Aquarius is the Congress, the Supervisory boards, the Unions, and all other entities where people get elected to represent a large group of people, and quality-control the executive power.

Aquarius is also ruled by futuristic Uranus, which gives Aquarius the drive to continuously challenge the status quo, make changes, and innovate. Uranus is the planet of the sky, so Aquarius is also connected with sky-related topics like broadbands, air transportation, astronomy, astrology, electricity, reiki, intergalactic communication, and artificial intelligence.

Pluto in Aquarius will expose what is rotten (Pluto) in our society (Aquarius) so that we can build a better structure and infrastructure for everyone here on Earth.

Pluto in Aquarius will initially expose what is no longer working in our society, because this is how Pluto operates: it purges what’s toxic and no longer needed.

Like with any Pluto transit, it won’t be pretty at first.

But this process of a complete overhaul of the very fabric of society is very much needed – and it will be totally worth the intrusive workings of Plutonic transformation. The result? A more resilient, autonomous society that can self-regulate and quickly adapt to circumstances.

Pluto in Capricorn Vs. Pluto In Aquarius

Pluto has been in Capricorn since 2008. 2008 is when we had the big economic crisis, so we had a Pluto in Capricorn experience pretty much straight away.

Oftentimes, Pluto’s ingress into a new sign comes to correct the flaws of the previous transit. Pluto’s transit in expansive Sagittarius has coincided with the housing and economic bubble, rising inflation and interest rates, production outsourcing, and over reliance on foreign trade.

Pluto in Capricorn has fixed the interest rates issues, but of course, has created different types of issues, like too much consolidation of power at the top.

When Pluto will ingress into Aquarius in 2023, it will most likely correct some of the excesses of Pluto in Capricorn.

The Capricorn Tower of Babel, the Capricorn house of cards, will most likely collapse, allowing for a reorganization and rescheduling of the centers of power, from the bottom up, rather than top-down.

If a country, or a business is ruled by a king, or an owner, all the decisions and everything that happens is pretty much one direction. From top to bottom. Aquarius is not just top down, but is also bottom up, left to right, right to left, and everything in between.

Pluto is the planet of power. With Pluto in Capricorn, the state/government/big institutions were ‘in charge’ and had all the power. Pluto in Capricorn is that Big Father that gives directives, but also looks after their children.

With Pluto in Aquarius there is no more Big Father. With Pluto in Aquarius, we will have to (by choice, or by force) stop relying on Capricorn, top-down systems or parent figures.

In Aquarius, we the people have the power, with the opportunities and obligations that come with it.

Pluto in Aquarius – Society, Systems, Infrastructure

Aquarius rules all the systems, routes, and multiple, complex networks and infrastructure.

Since we are in the process of migrating into the Age Of Aquarius, we have already noticed Aquarius’ archetype embedding itself into all of the aspects of our lives.

Our decisions are driven more and more from the bottom up. We are no longer sold vacation packages. Now we check Tripadvisor to learn other people’s experiences. We select our accommodation based on Airbnb’s feedback, and feedback systems used by companies like Airbnb and Uber discourage fraud and encourage ‘good behavior’.

These platforms are not perfect, but they have definitely solved some of the problems of the previous systems, and now, most of us can’t imagine our lives without them.

All the big companies that have become successful in the last few decades have Aquarius qualities. Amazon, Google, Facebook, Airbnb, and Uber, are all platforms that facilitate the exchange of goods and information, that bring together demand and supply.

None of these companies produce anything palpable, yet they create value by offering an infrastructure to make information and services exchange more transparent, creating value in the process.

Of course, many of these companies are now also known for shady business practices, and this is something that Pluto in Aquarius will likely correct. Still, these are good examples to illustrate how society has, and will continue to shape under the new Aquarian operating model.

Pluto In Aquarius – The Circle Without The Dot

The good news is that Pluto should feel quite good in Aquarius.

Pluto has been assigned the rulership of Scorpio, and there is not much research on how Pluto ‘behaves’ in other signs.

Given that Pluto, the King of the Underworld, is pretty much the antithesis of the Sun, the light-giver, we can expect Pluto to express itself in a more dignified way when it is in signs where the Sun is NOT dignified: that is Libra (because the Sun is in fall in Libra), and Aquarius (because the Sun is in detriment in Aquarius).

Pluto’s role is to kill the ego (the Sun) so that it can find a power that goes beyond the superficial concerns of the Ego, to get to the bottom of consciousness itself. Scorpio, with its natural connection to the 8th house and planet Mars, has of course a natural affinity with the Plutonic process of transformation.

But so does Libra, and Aquarius. We can expect Pluto to feel quite good in a sign where the Sun doesn’t. This doesn’t mean we will not go through the trials and tribulations that Pluto always exposes us to.

Pluto in Aquarius will be as demanding and transformative as any other Pluto transit. It is just that Pluto behaves more naturally in the sign of Aquarius, and will put on less of a fight than Pluto in Leo, or Pluto in Cancer would.

Pluto In Aquarius – Power To The People

When you read the title of this write-up, “Pluto – Power to the people”, you perhaps rejoiced, thinking something along the lines of: “Great! no more power to the government, corrupt politicians, or greedy businesses … finally, power to ME”.

And the title is a bit ironic when we think of it this way, because “power to the people” doesn’t mean power to you, or to me, or to any other individual. It doesn’t mean that we get to do whatever we want.

It means exactly that: “power to the people”, to that autonomous entity where the majority decides. This means that on average, half of the time, this is not what YOU want – it is what the majority wants.

This concept is very difficult to grasp, because even when reading this, most of us still think “yes, of course, and what I want is what people want”. “I want equality, peace, justice etc, and of course this is what people want, too”.

The thought that power to the people is not necessarily a good thing for you, as an individual may be almost impossible to grasp. But it is something to keep in mind, as the Plutonian Aquarification begins to unfold.

Aquarius And The Fear Of Public Speaking

According to research, many people fear public speaking more than they fear death.

Researchers and historians have tried to explain why this happens. In the past, if you did something wrong, you were dragged in front of the tribe/village/small community, for the community to decide what to do with you.

In many cases, the community would decide to eliminate you, either by excluding you from it, which pretty much meant death, or by killing you straightaway.

Stoning is a good example of Aquarius “punishment”. It was not one individual that killed you, so the individual was exempt from personal responsibility. It was the people’s power, people coming together, that killed the ‘outcast’.

This may have been a practice that served its purpose back in the day, but we can see how “power to the people” can easily translate into “herd mentality”, and not something that we would look forward to now.

These examples may sound horrific, and of course, there is not all gloom and doom, but we’re talking about Pluto here, so we all need to toughen up a bit for our own sake. Pluto will eventually empower you, but at first, it will kill your ego.

The Aquarification process can be very humbling, and especially so when Pluto transits Aquarius. Aquarius is the opposite sign from Leo, so it is everything Leo is not. If Leo is about “Me”, Aquarius is about “We”.

Leo encourages us to express our individuality, while Aquarius asks us to conform to the group. This is another Aquarian paradox. We all know Aquarius is ruled by Uranus, and Uranus is all about being original, eccentric, and a genius. So what does this have to do with conforming?

Pluto In Aquarius – “Normal” Is The New Cool

People with Aquarius energy are indeed original and unique… but perhaps a better word to describe the Aquarius energy is “liberated”.

In the safe, inclusive Aquarius container, people find the freedom to be themselves. This is not the same thing as trying to get people’s attention by dressing weirdly, for example. Pluto doesn’t like wannabes, or people who try to be cool, because when we copy someone else we distance from who we truly are.

If someone dresses like Liberace to make a statement, that’s probably uncool by Pluto’s standards. Liberace was, of course, genuinely cool – because he was himself – and he was genuinely eager to show it to everyone (he had Pluto conjunct an out-of-bounds Venus on the Descendant).

If you genuinely want to wear a 1-meter yellow hat, then you are definitely cool, because this is who you are. Chances are, not many of us will wear yellow hats when Pluto is in Aquarius.

Perhaps the real you likes white t-shirts and jeans. When Pluto is in Aquarius, “normal is the new cool”. Normal not in the sense of boring, but in the sense of self-aware, authentic, breezy and relaxed. It is ok to be you, whoever you are.

Pluto In Aquarius – The Light At The End Of The Tunnel

“The light at the end of the tunnel” is such a common phrase, that it has lost its significance. Yet, it beautifully describes the silver lining of a Pluto transit.

It is only in Pluto’s underworld that we can find the sacred light of pure consciousness, stripped of ego.

While Pluto always asks us to let go of something that we find it incredibly difficult to live without, while Pluto may want to break our ego, Pluto never wants to break our spirit. On the contrary.

Pluto in Aquarius will help you find your true power. Not a power that seeks to control, take advantage of, and win; but a power that seeks to express one’s truth in a way that serves the best interests of humanity at large.

The Aquarian ‘revolution’ will eventually democratize our society. Pluto in Aquarius is that freedom we can only find when we take responsibility for our lives and become fully autonomous.

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35 thoughts on “Pluto in Aquarius 2023-2044: Power to the People

    1. The article is very revealing and the emphasis is on hope of a better future -one organised by government or more likely those around d us -preferably with our consent . But be careful what you wish for . The French Revolution was not pretty nor was Communism .Aquarius is not only an air sign [ of group thinking , “progress”, wacky ideas, seeking ideological perfection ] it also is a fixed sign [ like its opposite number Leo ] and is stubborn . It refuses to acknowledge other ideas and wont change its view – even if the evidence trail points otherwise . It is likely therefore that its ideals of progress and innovation will truck no opposition – even if they are failing or require reform to make them more practical .
      The danger is therefore the the Aquarian age may result in the [social ]oppression of individuals or thie individual expression – for an ideal of liberal equality – an ideal that in practice may have huge drawbacks . [ Cancel culture is one possible aspect ] . Communism was/is great Aquarian ideology in theory [Air] and sought to liberate and empower the people – in practice it did not liberate most people or even bring prosperity .It brought a sort of equality but it also brought a poverty of goods and repression to anyone who opposed its ideas .
      I do wonder if part of the new paradigm might be that the LIMITS to socialism [ as practised to date ie top down ] may be exposed and THEN government by the people is reformed in some way . In other words Pluto may expose the ” truth” which socialist theory never admits – that there are limits to government and resources. Just as religion and self sacrifice in the age of Pisces [ e.g Chrtistianity ] did not have all the solutions, nether will the application Aquarian ideals however popular [at the outset ] or well intentioned . It is becoming clearer that government cant do everything – it doesn’t have the knowledge, cant plan for everything and nor doe it possess limitless tax resources . The ongoing financial crisis and Covid after shock are already exposing the limits of government and the un-sustainbillity of ideals of as ever expanding health programmes , welfare , what are the limits to ideas of equality and other GOVERMENT run schemes .
      The Aquarius solution may be that we must learn and organise to help OURSELVES actions in own communities [ self selected in some way , local or possibly imposed “society ” ]in order to police our own neighbourhoods , grow or supply our own food/energy or look after the local elderly inner town or street .We might organise locally to run / contribute directly to our OWN hospitals and schools . We may need to create local cooperatives to deliver what WE need locally – not what the government decides for us .This may of course result in the limitation of transport of people and goods to be more sustainable for the planet . It also Aquaria thinking may promote public transport and/or discourage/ban? private travel eg by car or plane. [ It may at begin with a ban on private jets but bans could spread to other causes eg long distance travel eg tourism/soical use except of course for those on a designated “worthy” mission [ remember the Soviet union and Zil lanes designated for the peoples leaders ?]…. I fear its not t all going to be a bed of roses …..time will tell . Peace may or may not guide the planet .

  1. Natal sun 1 degrees in Aquarius
    Jupiter in 29 degrees Capricorn
    Neptune In 27 degrees Capricorn
    Wooow 😱😱 energy Pluto enter Aquarius For me fearful 😧 😰

  2. Good text , Pragmatic and depth enough , doesn’t bother anyone, on the contrary gives to everybody something to think about . A rich insight , Congratulations.

  3. Great and exciting insights on this upcoming transit as far as this solar and lunar Aquarian is concerned. Been waiting all of my 56 years to read this! Thank you for sharing!!

  4. I think we are going to see a potential unleash of nuclear war. Clearly, Pluto in Capricorn is a representative for The Taliban plotting a surprise attack in the United States: Moon in Aquarius. Yes, Aquarius is about We the people. This is an indication of a great revolution of people in the United States coming out to protest, riot and unfortunately create chaos throughout the United States. Aquarius is about ALL PEOPLE.

    1. @Michael: People such as yourself (NEGATIVE) are the main problem with society. Stay off the brainwashing & propaganda machine, the television. Stop viewing the propaganda on the CONTROLLED mainstream media. It must be very sad for people like you to live in FEAR. Grow some courage & raise your vibes. Analyze your childhood. That’s where the challenges lay

  5. Unfortunately, Pluto perverts and demoralizes every sign he travels through. PLUTO’s influence through Aquarius won’t bring out the beauty of Aquarius. Instead, this transition is the great revolution the United States citizens have been crying out for. This is the upcoming bloody revolution Pluto has been waiting for. ALL people will be involved. The United States will never be the same. This transit is prophetic.

    1. From a higher perspective… The Higher dimensions of 4 and 5D and above, are not actual places we go to, but higher levels of consciousness. Pluto “perverting every sign it travels through” is a statement from a 3D level of awareness. The transit of Pluto moving through Aquarius will give us greater opportunities to move into those higher dimensions simply by the effect of the ego being dismantled, and choosing to embrace the collective of we are one, and all that brings with it. Surrounding ourselves with people who practice living life through a higher level of consciousness will go a long way in helping us move through this transit. The choice truly is our own.

      1. Lea, I really liked your perspective. I’m Scorpio and I’ve lived with Pluto for 79 years. I’ve learned to never underestimate Pluto’s power. At first Pluto disassembles, then recycles, and then blooms. It’s like reconstructing garden soil. The disassembling can be painful, the recycling therapeutic and the blooming elating. There is a wonderful old book out there that describes Pluto’s journey through each house. “Alive and Well with Pluto” by Bil Tierney. If you want to dig deep, try it.

      2. All comments are valid if
        personally concerning.If we
        may choose to Universally
        Meditate together ,could bring us all clarity and peace.It’s great that the Astrologers have told each sign what to best focus on for our best results,solo or together.Pluto may bring past Karma.
        Buddhism comes to mind 💕❤️

    2. You’re absolutely right. I’ve had some nasty apocalyptic dreams. Trump will likely win the election. And nuclear war is definitely about to erupt. I think it’s gonna happen before the end of Capricorn. But I predict that the small wars that follow will be commonplace during Pluto in Aquarius. I believe isolation will increase and people will have far less tolerance because ultimately everyone will question the audacity of everyone else. If anything, rather than ceding to the “we”, “we” will start questioning the validity of “we” as having an ontology in itself (think of the “greater good” concept) rather than merely having linguistic function. Afterall, many people often use power of numbers to conceal objective or logical truth. Or conflate the qualitative with quantitative. I don’t think Pluto and Aquarius click except in the sense of both having a tendency towards destructiveness. Pluto cares too much about power. Aquarius doesn’t want power. It just wants to ensure that others don’t have it. That’s gonna be the crux of our battle – people who are fine with a power vacuum and those who insist that something *has* to be in control. Aquarius will make a mockery of Pluto and its themes, and vice versa, before it’s over. We’ll be forced to confront power but our solution will be handing it over to AI, wiping our hands of it. The proverbial “Antichrist” will probably make an appearance during Pluto in Pisces, promising to bring us all back together.

    3. I agree, however I’m Scorpio Sun conjunct Mars and have some innate power that welcomes chaos in order to transform. Also, Pluto is in my 12th house so I’ll have Pluto opposite Pluto this year 2023. Am I scared? No way. Bring it on. This is the pinnacle of my life. I’m currently in my 79th year.

    4. @Michael: You are way off your rocker. You lead a very sad and miserable life. Work on LOVING yourself. It’s the only way be a positive person.

  6. Very much resonates. Pluto conjunct Sun in Leo is Intercepted in 10th house. Whole life periods of killing ego & deep transformation. The mandates of this period moving towards Aquarius resonate to “outliers” who don’t necessarily go along with the “herd” – I being one of them so manifesting strongly. Thank you as you’ve add a few more clues to think about with a nuclear Pluto-Sun 🙂

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  8. This Leo is SCARED TO DEATH! 2021 has been THE. WORST. year of my entire life on every level! I DO NOT know if I can handle Pluto in Aquarius–If 2021 is any indicator of having my ego ripped apart by ‘WE’—I honestly do not know how much is left of me to rip apart–Please pray for me!

    1. Leo’s don’t get SCARED! You’re a LIONESS! Take charge. All that DOOMSDAY! talk with giant firecrackers is just that. TALK! Remember the lion in the movieTHE WIZARD OF OZ? He had COURAGE! all along. He just PSYCHED! himself out to BELIEVE! that he was scared because he wouldn’t face up to his RESPONSIBILTIES! in his life. However… when DOROTHY was in DANGER! the lion rose to the occasion when the WICKED WITCH! pursued her. The Lion just needed a reason. I’m a LEO. Many wouldn’t know it cause my birth chart is LITTERED! with SagittaRius & Aries. Forms uh GRAND TRINE in houses 1,3 & 5. & I don’t take no CRAP! from nobody. Including myself. I do laff at myself on occasion tho. I was also born with the eternal URANUS/PLUTO in VIRGO CONJUNCTION. 1963, July31. Christy. U’re gonna be fine. Live a little. Just don’t over do it. Peace

    2. Hi Christy. I am Scorpio, with natal Pluto in the 12th house of my Leo. It has taken decades to get some understanding of this Pluto, but fear not, you will do it and be glad you did. I also have struggled with the “we” issue, as Scorpio can be quite isolated, but Leo is more apt to be able to blend. Don’t forget your “roar”. It can produce a powerful shield around you. Try to unravel your fears, toss them in the blender, and pull out a new, useful piece of knowledge to wear. Put some sparkle in your mane.

  9. very insightful article and also from comments: Leo’s like Christy do remember the Sun warms as well as shines: in a cold remote Aquarian climate warm is good. Remain connected to your inner ‘dot’ of individuality

  10. Thank you very much for this interesting article. I’ve always had a passionate interest in astrology, and I have a number of books on the subject. In one of my books, it mentions that the next transit of Pluto in Aquarius, is likely to be a time of scientific discovery. We await with interest! I would also imagine, that this transit also marks the time, when the age of Aquarius truly takes off. I would say that this is the era, when man will turn his attention towards space. The next step in man’s exploration, is space, and I foresee a time when space travel, and living and working in space will become the norm for many people! This may sound like science fiction to many people, but when you think of man’s constant progress, I would say it’s inevitable. My thanks to you once more, for your interesting article. Great reading!
    With very kind regards,
    Julian Sheppard.

  11. Well In the age of Aquarius ‘man’ will definitely no longer mean ‘human’. The divine feminine will return from her erasure and exclusion and start to include all
    Genders, races and people.

  12. Very interesting article and one of the better ones I’ve read on the impact of Pluto in Aquarius – epically the idea that small groups will be empowered to provide support for themselves via local networks/exchanges /internet etc [ rather than relying on daddy ie top down government inspired organisations ] .However it also is clear that the period is unlikely to be all sweetness and light with new inventions, freedom for all and the like . One things which isn’t emphasised is that Aquarius is both progressive , socially liberating and FIXED [ ie convinced it is right ] Uranus and Saturn are not easy bedfellows on my view . This conflict may suggest that what ever the “people” decide is good for you [as an individual ] will be a very rigid thing . Cancel culture is a good example . Aquarius is all about “democracy, equality and freedom” right ? Well yes, but ONLY if you agree with the prevailing dictum of the people , group or mob what is acceptable …if you don’t agree your “right” to freedom of expression may be cancelled [ or worse ]. .
    One aspect that is not touched upon in the “wonderful “Pluto in Aq revolution that may be coming is that revolutions [ such as the French or Russian ] also boughtwith them chaos and suffering for many over many years and their revolutionary ideas were pursued in extremis causing , death , chaos and war . Revolutionaries usually brook NO opposition [ esp. from individuals ] and can be ruthless and they may do more harm than good . It is also possible that Pluto in Aquarius will expose what is rotten with the current Aquarian organisations such as the UN , Councils , central and local planning , the NHS and Aquarian corporations. Reforms may follow after a period of chaos or corruption is exposed Whist I am sure there will be many advances in science and the people will be empowered in some way – I don’t buy the idea that the coming Pluto transit or the Age of Aquarius will be pleasant , free and liberating or all sweetness and light ..

  13. I enjoyed your article with some caveats. Some of your opinions of the age of Aquarius are colored by age of Pisces biases. For instance, your concern that power to the people will result in tyranny of the masses. That’s Pisces energy, not Aquarius energy. We can see around us, despite the hangers-on, that acceptance of individuals is only growing as we enter the Aquarian Age. As a society, we’re recognizing the needs of individuals more than ever before. There are certainly growing pains, the influence of Pluto is never easy, but that’s the direction we’re headed together.
    What’s happening (and this energy will rev up as March 2023 hits) is the exposure of mass manipulation. That’s the KEY to unlocking the new age. When the masses are no longer biased by ideas that were put in their heads by power-hungry, greedy forces; the people will be far more willing to work together to meet group and individual needs. What will happen beginning in March will be grand revelations of truth, shattering our illusions. Particularly illusions related to medical science, race, gender, environmental science, the military industrial complex, capitalism and billionaires hellbent on creating a worldwide totalitarian society. If you think about it, as the people grow wiser, the people in powerful positions are clamping down more forcefully on controlling us.

    1. Liesl, you hit the nail on the head. It’s March 2023 and the exposure of mass manipulation and programming is ongoing. Truth is “shattering our illusions” and the People are waking up, despite the WOKE trying to tow the agenda drive. In order for the long awaited Aquarian Age to manifest, it has to be cleaned, hung out to dry, and used properly. The way truth has been abused is being uncovered and We the People are becoming wiser. I’d like to add that We the People can and will include I the Individual.

  14. I will have a Taurus sun square Pluto Starting in 2023. I have taurus 1 57″57 and Pluto on Virgo9 44’33. Can anyone give me helpful info ?? Thansk in advance Lisa

  15. O.K…. This is how I see it.
    Currently, the “minority” manipulates the “majority”. The “minority” and the current “majority” is of the same element. Thus, as long as the “majority” behaves similar to the “minority”, which have been done for centuries; nothing changes, because when all is “wrong”, all cannot accept a “right”.
    The minority I am aware of is here to assist; but as long as the “minority” and the “majority” still cannot recognize themselves, they will continue manipulating each other and the minority is not really going to step in.
    I doubt anyone with enough sense is going to stop and intervene a shit/mud fest, unless they want to play along.
    In conclusion, I see no difference when Pluto enters Aquarius; if the “majority” is still the facade of the same “minority”
    A majority of people can be as self righteous as they are now. How can there be any difference from what is happening now? Eventually the mass will turn into the people manipulating them; as they have the same element as those manipulating them, by continuing to behave similar to those manipulating them.
    Well, if the force illuminates the souls left here to learn and fix the damage, and these souls can recognize the minority here is assist them, maybe, that is the hope. Anyway, the force moves in ways I cannot comprehend, thus, there can be other ways as well; but as long the the same element that appears different is in charge, I see no change going to happen, as it have been practiced for centuries.
    To look at it on a positive perspective, perhaps, when people is able to learn, the minority can finally teach freely, and all can grow.

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