On June 30, 2020 we arrive at the retrograde conjunction of Jupiter to Pluto, the 2nd of three conjunctions. On September 13th Jupiter goes direct with the final conjunction of the two planets on November 13, 2020 a #28 day; i.e. 11+13+2+0+2+0=28, 28 being the encoded number of the mathematical framework of the universe. This is not coincidence but rather auspicious given the nature of the meaning of this conjunction.
"The Significance of Transiting Pluto. The nature of Pluto is similar to that of the Hindu God Shiva, the creator and destroyer. Pluto usually begins by breaking down a structure;(COVID-19, world economy, et al) then it creates a new one in its place. The entire cycle of death, destruction and renovation is accompanied by tremendous powers, for Pluto is not a mild or even very subtle planetary influence. You can always see its effects very clearly-ranging from machines breaking down and needing repair to full-scale destruction or death. Decay at one level or another(the current political system) followed by new life from the old is the typical Plutonian process...
Pluto rules the death and regeneration of the self, as old aspects of our lives pass away and are replaced by new ones that could not otherwise have come into being. Pluto does not signify death in a literal sense; instead it refers to a metaphorical death, something that ceases to be...It is extremely important that we recognize the inevitability of Plutonian change, which is built into the very structure of things and cannot be prevented..as it is a necessary change in our evolution." Page 477 of Planets In Transit by Robert Hand 1976.
Now, let's look at Pluto conjunct Jupiter on a global level. "Pluto designates massive social regeneration and rebirth and aids most of those persons and factors in society that work towards that end...educating the masses to understand the metaphysics of the universe (Tao means how) and how it applies to everyone would be one of the highest uses of this transit. Pluto conjunct Jupiter can denote great success in almost any endeavor." ibid,pages 504,506.
Now, let's look at Jupiter conjunct Pluto. "This transit brings the urge to achieve to the forefront of our lives...and often occurs just at the moment when some tremendous effort in our lives bears fruit...it is quite likely we will accomplish what we want...either we create something great in our lives with this conjunction or it will distort our lives." pp 304,305.
One who knows.
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