the 2nd House, Libra on the 7th House, and Pisces on the 12th House, there exists this natural archetype that correlates to our relationship dynamics, including our sexual dynamics.
Sep 28, 2017 · Pluto in the 11th house is by definition a lone wolf, as it tends to be the one who stands out in the crowd, the one who seems to be non-compliant with unspoken social rules of respecting the status quo. Group dynamics always involve some sort of code - don't disrupt the peace, mind your business, don't address what needs to be addressed.
May 22, 2015 · At this alignment Pluto will sit at the (XI) eleventh gate (house) and Saturn sits at the (IX) gate. This is IX XI or translated from Roman to English Numerals: 9 11. The significance of this will reveal itself to those that can see such things. I will not reveal such things here, at this time.
This only took Pluto in Capricorn 6 years to foment the dissolution and the coalescence of a new order; one created by the people over a king they felt was abusing his power. All of this is the epitome of Pluto in Capricorn, and the square to both Saturn and Uranus during this transit of Pluto further activates the evolution.
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Aug 09, 2019 · Evolutionary Astrologer, Energy Worker, and Channel Tom Jacobs offers a teaching to explain some ins and outs of living in the 11th house, including the kinds of things people are challenged to heal if they have symbols related to the karmic story (Pluto, South Node, its ruler, and North Node) in this house of the chart.
Nov 09, 2007 · Pluto leaving a house is a big event. Since Pluto only travels about a third or so of our charts in a lifetime, where it does this tells us something about our lives. I'm curious, joe, how you think your experience of relationships has changed as a result of these Pluto 7th years. 9/12/07 8:10 PM Anonymous said...
“Molly Pitcher” was a nickname given to a woman who may have fought briefly in the American Revolutionary War. The name itself may have originated as a nickname given to women who carried water to men on the battlefield during the war.