Pluto in Capricorn: Vampire Status

Those blood-sucking creatures, legendary demons, and vampires appear to have gained in popularity since Pluto’s transit into Capricorn in 2008. Vampires have never been more sexy than they are now, thanks to shows like True Blood, Vampire Diaries, and the Twilight Saga. Astrologers prophesied that the arrival of Pluto in Capricorn would herald the beginning of a new world order, with countries being toppled. With Pluto’s arrival into Capricorn, the authoritative, traditional, and public sign, we witnessed the emergence of the first black government ruler (Capricorn) in the United States of America. Jeff Green believes that America will undergo a “fall from grace” and that it will no longer be the international power that it is now, but will instead become just one among many nations.

It appears that vampires have risen to a new level of social power throughout the world. I believe that, despite the fact that they are simply mythical creatures, the attributes they symbolise deal with the compulsions and need for transformation and change that civilization itself is experiencing. As a result, these profound images serve a greater purpose than simply providing enjoyment. There is a curious synchronicity at work beneath the surface of everything. It’s possible that it has us pondering our own mortality here too. The appeal of vampires has been related to issues of sexuality as well as the realisation of our own death. According to Jeff Green, Pluto’s transit through Capricorn signifies the completion of a chapter or stage in one’s evolutionary development and the beginning of a new chapter. Pluto is located at 27 degrees Capricorn in the horoscope of the United States of America. Pluto was in Capricorn from 1762 to 1777/8, during which time he was transiting the sign.

Pluto rules over these vampires, and these nightwalkers/stalkers are plagued by compulsions and dark desires. Scorpions (ruled by Pluto) are known for their piercing gaze and emotionless expression, and the colour black is often their favourite colour.

“The Rise and fall of nations, seasonal change, and the evolving nature and the necessary reflection, allows for structural change. This change will occur with respect to that which is outmoded or crystallized so that growth at any level of reality can occur” By Jeff Green

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