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Pluto in the 12th House

Pluto in the 12th House
Pluto in the 12th House

In January 2008, Pluto changed sign from Sagittarius to Capricorn. I found myself get smacked right into Pluto in the 12th house.

What does it mean to have Pluto in the 12th house?

If you don’t know how to calculate houses, here is a very quick tip for you. Write down 12 signs on a piece of paper with Aries is the first sign then so on. Your sun sign is the first house. From where your sun sign is you count clockwise to the sign that hosts the planet of your choice.

So if my sign is an Aquarius and Pluto has just entered Capricorn, thus Pluto is transiting my 12th house.

When it happened I started to read up a lot of articles about this subject. I’ve found this one sentence stroke me as very misleading. Most astrologers agree that 12th house is the house of “undoing”. In my humble opinion the correct adverb should be “redoing”.

For me with Pluto in the 12th house is like a tornado that sweeps through my house, picks it up, put it inside a huge blender and turns on the highest speed. The speed is so high, so that at the end of the blending cycle, the house is no longer retained its original shape and form. It has transformed itself into a dough that is waiting to be reshaped into any other object of one’s choice.

I feel that I have begun to embark upon a wonderful inner journey deep into my psyche and reprogrammed myself anew. The only draw back, if any, is not to dream big. Pluto in the 12th house seems to tell me to live my life for the highest good and to serve the world in any capacity in my power.

Guess what? Only in the last few weeks I have stumbled upon a secret of life so to speak and it has begun to help me live a conscious life, a life of my own design.

Now it feels to me that I must find ways to give back what I’ve learned to the world at large. And yes I’ve already formulated a plan. It is not too easy for those around me who have known me for years to see these radical changes in me. But change I must. I can’t no longer live my life the way that I had lived in the past.

So if Pluto is transiting your 12th house do not let the gloom and doom saying of other astrologers to scare you. This is my personal experience and perhaps it may not match yours. However it can show you that you must delve further into your subconscious and derive for yourself all the wonderful things that your subconscious is trying to tell you.

Thus when a Pluto or any planet transits a 12th house, it is time for you to work more from the inside out. It signals the time to redefine new paradigm, new way of life to suit a new you. In whatever fashion or method you decide to embark upon, remember the one key element and that is to use what you learn to serve the masses. If you only use it for personal gains you will suffer.

In January 2008, Pluto changed sign from Sagittarius to Capricorn. I found myself get smacked right into Pluto in the 12th house.

What does it mean to have Pluto in the 12th house?

If you don’t know how to calculate houses, here is a very quick tip for you. Write down 12 signs on a piece of paper with Aries is the first sign then so on. Your sun sign is the first house. From where your sun sign is you count clockwise to the sign that hosts the planet of your choice.

So if my sign is an Aquarius and Pluto has just entered Capricorn, thus Pluto is transiting my 12th house.

When it happened I started to read up a lot of articles about this subject. I’ve found this one sentence stroke me as very misleading. Most astrologers agree that 12th house is the house of “undoing”. In my humble opinion the correct adverb should be “redoing”.

For me with Pluto in the 12th house is like a tornado that sweeps through my house, picks it up, put it inside a huge blender and turns on the highest speed. The speed is so high, so that at the end of the blending cycle, the house is no longer retained its original shape and form. It has transformed itself into a dough that is waiting to be reshaped into any other object of one’s choice.

I feel that I have begun to embark upon a wonderful inner journey deep into my psyche and reprogrammed myself anew. The only draw back, if any, is not to dream big. Pluto in the 12th house seems to tell me to live my life for the highest good and to serve the world in any capacity in my power.

Guess what? Only in the last few weeks I have stumbled upon a secret of life so to speak and it has begun to help me live a conscious life, a life of my own design.

Now it feels to me that I must find ways to give back what I’ve learned to the world at large. And yes I’ve already formulated a plan. It is not too easy for those around me who have known me for years to see these radical changes in me. But change I must. I can’t no longer live my life the way that I had lived in the past.

So if Pluto is transiting your 12th house do not let the gloom and doom saying of other astrologers to scare you. This is my personal experience and perhaps it may not match yours. However it can show you that you must delve further into your subconscious and derive for yourself all the wonderful things that your subconscious is trying to tell you.

Thus when a Pluto or any planet transits a 12th house, it is time for you to work more from the inside out. It signals the time to redefine new paradigm, new way of life to suit a new you. In whatever fashion or method you decide to embark upon, remember the one key element and that is to use what you learn to serve the masses. If you only use it for personal gains you will suffer.

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