Tuesday, July 14, 2015


ALL eyes are on Pluto for this spectacular first close-up photograph today sent to Earth by NASA's NEW HORIZONS probe after a 10-year voyage.

Magically, this celestial rendezvous coincides with a rare planetary configuration ... on Bastille Day. 

Mercury and Mars are aligned on the far side of the Sun in 180-degree opposition to Capricorn Pluto.

Pluto has been pulling down and reassembling global political, societal and economic institutions since it entered the Sign of Capricorn in 2008.

Since then, Capricorn Pluto has been pawning economic crises, political upheavals and dramatic restructuring of societal institutions ... including marriage equality. 

Because Pluto takes some 250 years to orbit the Sun, the last time it was in Capricorn coincided with the American Revolution and the French Revolution ... giving an added significance to this Bastille Day Rendezvous!

Mars and Mercury are giving added urgency to Capricorn Pluto's determination to tear down, raze and disassemble institutions of every sort ... and to rebuild them in a revolutionary new way. 

By the time Pluto leaves Capricorn in 2024, the political, economic and societal institutions of the world will be radically different from the way they were when Pluto entered Capricorn in 2008.

Pluto is also aligned in Capricorn with the STAR OF ANTINOUSIt is no coincidence that the institution of marriage is being revolutionized.

In a way, conservatives are correct when they say that the institution of marriage is being reinvented! 

Now the New Horizons probe leaves Pluto and speeds on toward the Star of Antinous ... on the same trajectory at 20 degrees Capricorn.

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