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Re: Is Pluto an astrological planet?

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Saturn is the Planet of "limitations".
It's the farthest Planet from the Earth
that can be identified as a Planet by a person with 20/20 vision.
Since Modernistic astrology is not predicated on naked-eye visibility,
it can go beyond Saturn's orbit and use the outermost Planets.

The best human eyesight in optimal conditions
can detect magnitudes down to 6.5, and Uranus deviates between 5.38 and 6.03,
so its really not that visible.
Its barely visible once a year when it opposes the Sun,
and youd have to know where to look.
You really have to bend over backwards to look at Uranus.
Saturn signifies limits
because Saturn is at the limit of human visibility - Patrick Watson


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Re: Is Pluto an astrological planet?

The posts have gained some quality. Still not enough to have an actual debate as thousands of memes have pushed people out, but quality posts attempted. Noice.
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The posts have gained some quality. Still not enough to have an actual debate as thousands of memes have pushed people out, but quality posts attempted. Noice.
Reading in between the memes.
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Pluto rules a Water-sign. You don't get that from Pluto being a combination of Mars (Fire-sign ruler) & Saturn (Earth-sign ruler).
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Reading in between the memes.
That should be a rule listed when new members join. "Read in between the memes, please."
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Re: Is Pluto an astrological planet?

Plenty of Pluto to coincide with the massive destruction and probable huge loss of lives and/or missing in the Bahamas caused by hurricane Dorian.

The Canlunar covering hurricane Dorian's stall over Grand Bahama Island progressed to the stall there on September 2nd, 1:30 am, EDT, with all eclipses from September 1st 2018 through September 2nd 2019. None of the eclipses located there had Mars or Pluto on an angle and only 1 had Uranus near an angle (The total lunar eclipse of January 21st had Uranus within 120' of it's Desc).

The progressed Canlunar had an MC at 21434' (655' Scorpio in longitude).

It had it's Uranus on the IC and it's Pluto on the Asc.

All of the following aspects are from eclipse points to the progressed Canlunar and were measured in right ascension.

It had Pluto from the January 5th solar eclipse on it's Asc.

It had the January 21st total lunar eclipse square the MC (within 130' of RA) and eclipse Pluto on the Asc.

Saturn and Pluto from the July 2nd total solar eclipse straddled the progressed Canlunar's Asc (their midpoint was on it), it's Mars square to the progressed Canlunar's MC and and it's Uranus on it's IC.

The July 16th lunar eclipse was square to the progressed Canlunar's MC (within 240' of RA), it's Saturn and Pluto straddling the Asc and it's Uranus on the IC.
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Plenty of Pluto to coincide with the massive destruction and probable huge loss of lives and/or missing in the Bahamas caused by hurricane Dorian.

The Canlunar covering hurricane Dorian's stall over Grand Bahama Island progressed to the stall there on September 2nd, 1:30 am, EDT, with all eclipses from September 1st 2018 through September 2nd 2019. None of the eclipses located there had Mars or Pluto on an angle and only 1 had Uranus near an angle (The total lunar eclipse of January 21st had Uranus within 120' of it's Desc).

The progressed Canlunar had an MC at 21434' (655' Scorpio in longitude).

It had it's Uranus on the IC and it's Pluto on the Asc.

All of the following aspects are from eclipse points to the progressed Canlunar and were measured in right ascension.

It had Pluto from the January 5th solar eclipse on it's Asc.

It had the January 21st total lunar eclipse square the MC (within 130' of RA) and eclipse Pluto on the Asc.

Saturn and Pluto from the July 2nd total solar eclipse straddled the progressed Canlunar's Asc (their midpoint was on it), it's Mars square to the progressed Canlunar's MC and and it's Uranus on it's IC.

The July 16th lunar eclipse was square to the progressed Canlunar's MC (within 240' of RA), it's Saturn and Pluto straddling the Asc and it's Uranus on the IC.
What meaning do you ascribe to a planet on the I.C.?
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Re: Is Pluto an astrological planet?

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I believe Pluto has a lot of astrological powers and is useful in astrology, with the inclusion of Eris, Ceres, Vesta, Juno, Lilith and Pallas dubbed as "dwarf planets". Our star the Sun and Earth's natural satellite the Moon are highly useful in astrology, since our astrological or natal sign identity is from the Sun. The north, south and true nodes perform a role in astrology, which happen to not be planets or celestial bodies. Pluto is in fact a bi-nary system with Chiron as its largest satellite, but I don't recommend the adaptation of Chiron unless you're into the reformist astrological version of a "new" 13th sign Ophiuchus (or 14th with Orion) where the ecliptic does cross. And Pluto as an astrological "planet" rules Aries and Scorpio along side with Mars, and these planets much like the signs symbolize war, death, masculinity (or in Scorpio's case sexuality), misery and aggression. To leave out Pluto and suggest it's all Mars, then we reconsider the idea of any possible effect of "dwarf planets".

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The problem to us is that, in the general view of astrology, many of the things represented by the modern Pluto, are incompatible with most of the traditional teachings.

1) First of all, is what we consider the "aberrations", such as pluto ruling Scorpio (instead of Mars), or ruling sex, death, and the many more things that have been claimed to it. Like we've said in some posts, most of the attributes linked to pluto are borrowed (rather stolen) from other planets; mainly from Mars and Saturn. When we look at the many things pluto represents to modernists, we see it as a weird mix of the other planets.

2) Second, is the way this aberrations are presented to us. No reasoning or explanation behind them. It is "just because". No one explains why pluto does any of these things. No one gives evidence but saying stuff like:"pluto transiting your 2nd house, that is why you have money problems".

3) Third, is the interchangable nature and the many more significations that pluto recieves. Some go from treating pluto as an extreme malefic (associated with violence) or as a good benefic (positive and idealistic changes). It is as if authors on the subject apply anything that crosses their minds into pluto. Seems rather odd that the planet can be both good or bad, and mostly at the authors will. If someone needs to explain something good they use pluto, something bad, they use pluto too. It seems to me that pluto is rather used as a tool to explain things that don't seem to fit into modern astrology.

4) Fourth, as we said many times: the 7 classical planets explain everything. Pluto really adds nothing new. So why use something that can't give us more info?

5) Fifth and final, pluto doesn't reflect light, can't be seen with the naked eye. It is a small asteroid, with many more asteroids like him orbiting the sun. If you are going to use pluto, why not use Europa (jupiter's moon)?
We covered this in the first 3 pages so I won't go much into detail with it.

But pretty much, to us, pluto seems like a perfect solution for ignoring all the other stuff that needs to be accounted for. It seems like an easy solution for modern astrology to explain things that are complicated to explain.
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Re: Is Pluto an astrological planet?

consider........
Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn all reflect the light from the Sun

That's of major importance when one considers Basic Horary principles

- which, for example, -

require 'collection of light' as well as 'translation of light'

which are not possible unless visible heavenly bodies reflect light of the sun


Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn are clearly seen in night skies
because they CLEARLY STRONGLY REFLECT the light of the sun
to the extent that they are clearly seen with vision unaided by artificial aids of any kind
.


distant dwarf planet pluto, orbiting our Sun,
is too remote from our sun
to reflect the light of the Sun with sufficient strength
to render pluto visible from a geocentric perspective.


Moon STRONGLY reflects light of the Sun

i.e.

at night
when Sun is below the horizon and Moon is above the horizon
then Moonlight is sufficiently bright to illuminate the scene and also cast a shadow.
REMOTE DWARF PLANET PLUTO CANNOT DO THAT
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Re: Is Pluto an astrological planet?

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Asteroids are not planets,
I don't use them at all,
there's thousands of the buggers,
a tarot deck is simpler than that lot
and have you seen a chart with a tonne of asteroids...
migraine material.....
lets say Pluto is akin to an asteroid,

Exactly
However modern astrologer Caprising disagrees with you

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I try them out through reading charts for people, cause and effect.
Of course I also watch my own chart
to see if any asteroids present a repeatable pattern

when they become dignified through progressions and transits.
Also it's good to compare notes with others via the web.
Obviously a half dozen Asteroids is enough to start with,
there is no need to study thousands of them at this point in time.
so the question is obviously - where's the cut-off point?
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There are fifty or more Kuiper Belt objects (that's what Pluto technically is), and literally millions of asteroids out there.

Just because it's in the solar system doesn't mean you have to use it.

Where's the cutoff point? It's not obvious.
What is obvious is that the cutoff point varies
for example:

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I use the following asteroids for love and relationship:

Erato, Amor, Bienor, Bosque Alegre, Compassion, Amanda, Frigga, Klyria, Medea, Rousseau, Summa, Valentine, Anteros, Hathor, Jason, Moraes, Peirithoos, Pocahintas, Sidi, Ubasti, Sappho, Amicitia, Patroclus, Cupido, Medusa, Hephaistos, Demeter, Hera, Thereus, Valentine, Nessus,
Ariadne, Chariklo, Close, Rhoda, Damocles

Does anyone use others not here, and what do they mean?
Zarathu
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Wow- that's a lot of asteroids in your list!

I sometimes look at Psyche and Eros..
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No its a small number. I regularly use 700 of them.
Clearly then some modern astrologers are able to easily 'regularly use 700 asteroids'
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Asteroids are not planets, I don't use them at all, there's thousands

of the buggers, a tarot deck is simpler than that lot

and have you seen a chart with a tonne of asteroids...migraine material
.....lets say Pluto is akin to an asteroid, what about Neptune and Uranus?

Also was there any level of this apoplexy towards Pluto BEFORE astronomers declared it a dwarf planet (note, still a planet)
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As far as I can see, Pluto is an astrological planet because modern astrologers use it.

PTV says that the ancients used the outer planets, including Pluto, up until 12,500 BCE, and cites Edgar Cayce's channelled material, the channelled material of a woman psychic PTV knows personally, and the Vedas (but no specific passage) as evidence. At least there's somewhere to look in the public record even if you disagree with his theory, so thank you for giving some pointers in the direction, PTV.

Muchacho says that history is suspect based on his reading of chronological theory by a Russian mathematician, Anatole Fomenko, and that in reality, traditional astrology is a new-ish invention, and the meanings for the traditional planets were cribbed from modern astrology and the outer planets. Muchacho cites intuition as his source. That really can't be referenced.

A number of people say that modern astrologers have extensively researched Pluto, and Caprising says that he (or she) has researched it in his own work. Waybread cites Rob Hand's text, Planets in Transit. Rob himself has since recanted that text, as he discovered that in his own practice transits mostly didn't work, and that the language of modern astrology is so vague it's difficult to tell what's indicative astrologically when something is happening.

Waybread also says that Pluto 'works' as a house cusp ruler, but in horary astrology she uses Mars as the ruler of Scorpio.

Your reporter, Odd, has a thing for language, and would emphasise what Rob says about the imprecision of language in modern astrology because he believes that astrology is a shared human endeavour, and it's important to be able to use language to share it.

A good number of posters use Pluto because they say they feel it in their charts. Nobody has said what Pluto feels like, though, and several people have said that you must intuit that. This is problematic on a number of levels, to me at least.

Several people have noted that modern astrology is a psychic tool and not a science. If this is true, it certainly gives more latitude to do what you want. It also contributes to the problem (as I see it) of not being able to define astrological terms, like....planet.

One poster says Pluto is responsible for metaphorical death, but not actual death, since it rules transformation, another says it rules death proper, one says it rules notoriety, another says it rules wealth. Psychological suppression, child abuse and pornography, as well as eruptions, are given to Pluto by at least a couple of posters. The word 'depth' gets used a lot in connection with Pluto as most posters seem to feel there is a connection there, though it remains unexplained. All of these things can be accounted for using the traditional planets, though, so - why Pluto?

I really think it comes down to 'because I use it'. And you can if you want to. But you can certainly read a chart without it, too.

I know I'm biased, as is everybody, but I think this is pretty much what it comes down to, and I have tried to be fair. If I have grossly misrepresented you - please yell.
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Re: Is Pluto an astrological planet?

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re Pluto you don't seem to know what is going on



Why not just let astrologers do what they want to do


....there is no code is there?
IE as to what factors you want to use
...hopefully one day there will be university courses in the subject
...then again if the uppers in the subject argue like children
what hope is there of restoring the honour and glory
to a wonderful subject
...seems to go along the lines of many scientists bickering like toddlers
when all along I though they were in it all for the same reasons
My Jupiter sag trine Uranus trine is severely disappointed lol
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No, there isn't a code, and
if this thread is any indication, astrologers are doing exactly what they want.

There are university courses in astrology, btw.

But one of the things that will prevent it from becoming a serious subject is
- everyone is doing what they want.

And that leads to any number of subjective interpretations, like 'it's a planet
because I use it/I said so'
or the myriad things Pluto (and the other outers)
are said to signify, when

those things are already signified by the classical planets.

You can't run a university course on astrology by intuition, it's
an intensely personal thing, it's often wrong
- and as has been brought up on this thread, it

cannot be communicated to many of us.
If you're a deconstructionist, I suppose this can work, and
astrology can continue to be trivialised.

If, like me, you find the deconstructionists seriously lacking, then
there are problems with this whole idea.
On a personal level, I'm also a little bit scared of what could happen
if astrology was completely legitimised, because I know what it can do, and
I know what people have asked me to do with it.
But yes, I get tired of being thought a loon, too, because
'educated people aren't supposed to believe that'.
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Don't forget Mars and Jupiter!
They all haven't fully cleared their orbits yet.

which is incorrect because

On the contrary
Along with its moons, Jupiter's gravitational field
CONTROLS NUMEROUS ASTEROIDS

that have settled into the regions of the Lagrangian points
preceding and following Jupiter in its orbit around the Sun.


These are known as the Trojan asteroids, and are divided into Greek and Trojan "camps"
to commemorate the Iliad.





This diagram shows the Trojan asteroids in Jupiter's orbit, as well as the main asteroid belt
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Pluto rules death. Nobody gets a Pluto return!

I would like to ask you what would you be doing on your Pluto return day?
given that you just stated no-one experiences an 'astrological dwarf planet pluto return'
then that comment makes no sense

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As for the credible evidence, I am yet to meet a Mo90Pl person who does not feel at some point that their mother is a phyton,
no matter the rest of the chart...
mind you, that story could go on and on and on...
And it certainly is a potentially rich modern astrological seam
since there are at least 56 objects in the Kupier Belt similar if not identical with 'dwarf astrological planet pluto'
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You just wait, this Pl90Ur will eventually result in people uploading their consciousness to a super computer of some kind
to live forever ahahahahaha
Clearly you are unaware that this aim is nothing new and is as old as the hills
and is doomed simply because it is dependent on 'a super computer of some kind that lives forever'
good luck with building one of those

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Here it is
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Jupiter never cleared its orbit either. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jupiter_trojan
nor has Mars.



you have already responded to it too.

But let's not play trial, OK?
interesting that you would not quote your comment until I quoted muchacho's comment
you simply echoed muchacho's comment
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Just because I mentioned a super computer, does not mean I like it and/or want anyone to build one.

So, clearly, we believe that not only those that come back soon are planets.
Maybe we should make a thread about Pluto returns and what happens when Pluto hits certain places.
For instance, Charles Darwin and Galileo share the same Pluto degree.


I already addressed the rest of your post before.
You are welcome to make any number of threads of your choice
the topic of this thread is whether or not dwarf planet pluto is 'an astrological dwarf planet or not'
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Re: Is Pluto an astrological planet?

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Modern astrologers studied Pluto before deciding what (if any) effect it has,
there is a consensus and Pluto is well entrenched into modern astrology despite what you want to see.
Modern astrologers have not had time to study even ONE complete orbit
of 'dwarf astrological planet' pluto
around the sun
because that takes 248 years


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Once more, with feeling:
The 2006 IAU designation is irrelevant to traditional astrologers who don't use Pluto anyway. Before or after, it makes no difference.

The IAU designation is irrelevant to modern astrologers who found no change in Pluto's effectiveness before or after the IAU designation.
Modern astrologers agreed with IAU designation when pluto was a planet
Modern astrologers disagreed with IAU designation when pluto was demoted to dwarf planetary status


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Astronomy is not astrology. Really, it's that simple.
Modern astrologers agree with astronomy when it suits them. 'Really it's that simple'
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Very disingenuous. Count up all your posts on this thread and your Pluto cartoon thread.
Count up everyone else's posts on this thread and your Pluto cartoon thread. Who tops the lists-- by a country mile?

If you want to spend your time obsessively counting posts on this thread and other threads then that's your choice

In any event it's unsurprising I comment on this thead
I'm the OP
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Pluto is about suppressed facts that one doesn't like to face.
Is that all?
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We moderns like studying astrological Pluto. We use it. Deal With It.
By all means continue to do so
Not all astrologers use 'dwarf astrological planets'
'Deal with it'

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And please, your history argument is one such chestnut.
You read history and biographies? We read history and biographies.
We can see how Pluto operated in the past, easily.
How dwarf planet pluto allegedly 'operated in the past' is a matter of opinion
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Traditional astrologers developed the concept of the Great Year,
even though none of them would live a fraction of its 24,000 cycle.

This is why I think you're obsessive.
We've answered your same old arguments over and over again.
You won't listen to any argument that supports modern astrology.
The same old arguments you yourself post
have been refuted multiple times
yet you keep repeating them
by your definition then
you think you yourself are obsessive
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Given how little you've studied it,
I guess all you can do to keep your beliefs about modern astrology is to repeat your same old, same old.
Another baseless assumption
that you keep repeating in the same old, same old way

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The only reason I don't give up in disgust
is because I don't want a fledgling astrologer to read the kind of misinterpretations
some of the trads post about modern astrology and think that they're correct.

If you really believe in a "live and let live" astrology, I suggest you do that.
So you think that your arguments are the sole arguments for 'fledgling astrologers' to consider
and that any arguments to the contrary must be 'misreperesentations'
however
the fact is
'fledgling astrologers' are quite capable of forming their own opinion
by considering all the pros and cons

so do continue posting your same old, same old arguments
and they shall be refuted
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I sympathize with your trip down memory lane, JA. Reigniting old arguments and responding to ghostly vestiges of long gone posters is a creative way to engage with the nostalgia, in my opinion.
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