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Astrology is not identical with astronomy.

We are not constrained by a vote in 2006 by the International Astronomical Union, and can use whatever works in horoscope interpretation. They wouldn't have liked house cusps or Arabian parts, either.


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With those comics you've started to get me sad about pluto :p but we still love him no matter what astronomers say :lol:


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A certain party's 20 Pluto posts (in just this thread) in 3 days may be a display of their Plutonian trait of obsessive compulsive-behavior in view of the fact that the posts have continued in spite of practically no response to them. Or they might be displaying control and/or survival issues. Yes, all attributes associated with Pluto.

Commenting on this possibility is no different than commenting on a possibly good-natured person having Jupiter conjunct their Ascendant.

"Pluto undermines our sense of ourselves as civilized and reasonable human beings and plunges us into what can feel like an alien and terrifying underworld of savage emotions such as rage, jealousy, obsession, vengeance, power battles, control issues, survival anxiety and murderousness."
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First the trad bullies took away Pluto. Now they're going after Neptune.

NASA has discovered that the dwarf planet Ceres has water and an atmosphere, meaning it could support alien life forms. These ETs are likely planning revenge on trads who too glibly deny the power of dwarf planets. Remember how mythological Ceres blighted planet earth when she got annoyed?

Be afraid, you nay-sayers. Be very afraid.


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Good laughs all around. :lol:

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" “WHEREAS, Pluto was unfairly downgraded to a ‘dwarf’ planet in a vote in which only 4 percent of the International Astronomical Union’s 10,000 scientists participated,” the resolution reads. “And WHEREAS, Many respected astronomers believe Pluto’s full planetary status should be restored; therefore, be it RESOLVED, BY THE SENATE OF THE NINETY-SIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, that as Pluto passes overhead through Illinois’ night skies, that it be reestablished with full planetary status, and that March 13, 2009 be declared ‘Pluto Day’ in the State of Illinois in honor of the date its discovery was announced in 1930.” "

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