The greatest schism between Traditional and Modern-astrology is the interpretation of Pluto as a major Astrological Planet, because Pluto replaces Saturn as the outermost major indicator for Modern. Although I do consider Pluto as one of the "Big Ten", I'm not comfortable with the standard, Modern descriptions of its effect on a Chart. And, although I'm not against the theory that the 3 outer-Planets are "higher octaves" of the closer, more personal Planets , I don't subscribe to it myself. Each Planet has its own nature in terms of its effects, and shouldn't need to be seen as an extension of another. I think that we haven't fully understood what Pluto's really about, and that making definite statements in that regard is premature.