Pluto in Capricorn and the Rise of Vampire Archetypes

The astrological concept of Pluto’s transit into Capricorn in 2008 has been associated with a variety of shifts and transformations in the collective consciousness of our society. One intriguing phenomenon that emerged during this period was the resurgence of interest in vampires, bloodsucking creatures, and mythical demons. This fascination was notably propelled by popular media franchises like True Blood, Vampire Diaries, and The Twilight Trilogy, which played a significant role in elevating the allure of vampires to unprecedented heights. Astrologers often view significant planetary transits as markers of change and evolution on both a personal and global scale. Pluto’s ingress into Capricorn was seen as setting the stage for transformative shifts to occur. During this time, themes related to authority, tradition, and public life came to the forefront, reflecting the characteristics typically associated with the Capricorn archetype.

The period coincided with several momentous events, one of which was the election of the United States’ first black government leader. This was seen as a manifestation of the Pluto and Capricorn archetype, signifying a significant shift in the nation’s approach to leadership and its adherence to traditional structures of power. However, not all astrologers viewed this period with optimism. Foretellers like Jeff Green speculated on a potential downfall for the United States, suggesting that it might experience a decline from its position as a dominant global force. These astrologers believed that the transformative energies associated with Pluto’s transit through Capricorn could bring about significant changes in the global political landscape, challenging existing power structures and perhaps leading to a reevaluation of the United States’ role in the world.

“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