Every compelling story is somehow Pluto transit mythology. The protagonists in our most compelling dramas – real life and in fiction are Plutonic. Practically every persuasive tale is about a Pluto transit – the heroes and heroines of the hit tv series & movies are doing Pluto, ready or not.
Think Joseph Campbell’s Heroes Journey or any number of myths in which a person is called upon to shed artificial layers of self and become authentic.
Myths are things that never happened but always are.
Pluto transits usually come in three exact hits so the first is like the “w.t.f.? But i don’t want to leave this relationship/job/city etc.” Something occurs to trigger the change. As we have talked about before, even in nature (snakes shedding skins, caterpillars becoming butterflies) the process is uncomfortable. This is without even going into Phoenix metaphors lol.
Pluto Transit Mythology Means That The Second Pass Of Pluto Is When Your Transformation Looks Disastrous
The 2nd or middle hit is like mid-transformation – venom is low (if you’re a snake) or you seem practically comatose to outsiders (if you’re a caterpillar), and of course, Phoenixes look like they’re fuqing up their entire life. Nobody, maybe not even you, gets the middle of a Pluto transit. In myths, this is always when the hero/heroine gets to face their darkest demons.
The more truth they can extract from themselves at this point, the more likely it is that a magical helper will rock up.
And then the third hit of the Pluto transit = Ta-Dah! It’s when the triggering event turns out to have activated superpowers that you would otherwise not have had.
Whether you d.i.y. or have me doing it, tracking your Pluto transits is always a genius idea. It’s your myth and potential being actualized. Thoughts?
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