Sunday, May 31, 2015

PLUTO MAXIMUM



                                                           PLUTO MAXIMUM

 Solar maximum, is the Sun's peak activity cycle every 11 years when the most sunspots tend to appear on the Sun, and the Sun’s irradiance output can expand 0.07%. This increased solar activity can influence everything from the weather on Earth, solar flares, and an increased frequency of the Aurora Borealis.

 Pluto Maximum is a period spanning several years when Pluto transits the ecliptic orb of the Moon, approximately 5° from the ecliptic. I have designated 5° as an important point of modulation because the Earth’s moon reaches a maximum latitude of approximately 5° 14’ of inclination from the ecliptic. As the Moon is an important planet in Vedic astrology, and a key indicator of the mind bound by the gravitational effects of other planets, I have designated this as a key point of inclination to observe the effects of a Pluto transit through its proximity to the ecliptic.

Extreme orbital inclination of Pluto compared to the true planets of our solar system – Wiki
The average inclination to the ecliptic of the 7 planets excluding the Earth and Moon is 2.655°, this includes versatile Mercury who can reach a latitude of 7°01'. This means that for a period of approximately 9 years through its nodes Pluto can enter into a planetary war (graha yuddha) with other planets. Though Pluto cannot technically win, for he cannot compete in the all important magnitude factor (gola,) he still may have a pronounced effect by winning through inclination (ganita). This is an important distinction because it means that only for a period of  approximately 7% of the total 247-year orbit of Pluto can Pluto actually engage in a planetary war. It is important to note, because of superresonance, it is unlikely if not impossible for Pluto and Neptune to enter into a planetary war.

Rembrandt - the abduction of Proserpina -Wiki
In this respect Linda Rouda commented to me, “I believe during this key time of Pluto entering the region of the Moon’s ecliptic orb that the ugly reality of what mankind has done to the earth will rear its ugly head, and make us confront the tragedy of our actions on the animals, plants, water and the ecosystem at large”.

Pluto Maximum reaches critical max when it crosses its south node on October 26, 2018. It will be interesting to observe the effect on world economies, as Pluto's last transit through the ecliptic coincided with the Great Depression. Unfortunately, the crossing of Pluto with its south node in 2018 will be accompanied by a conjunction with Saturn in sidereal Sagittarius (tropical Capricorn). Compounding the issue will be that Saturn will be closer to Pluto than any other planet during their conjunction at Pluto max. Interestingly, Jupiter will be in an extremely close alignment with Ceres as well. Saturn and Pluto will culminate with an exact degree conjunction (28° sidereal Sagittarius) and a Lunar eclipse on January 10, 2020. On that day there will also be a Saturn, Jupiter, Ketu, Rahu, Sun, Moon, Mercury and Ceres alignment, close enough to the ecliptic to make governments fall. Moreover, there will be an invisible planetary war between Saturn and Pluto – Saturn wins.
An unsettling alignment of Rahu, Ketu, Sun, Moon, Earth, Mars, Mercury, Retrograde Saturn, Retrograde Pluto on June 17th 2019 culminating in a Solar and Lunar eclipse within 30 days - Shanti - The sounds of war


   Solar system scope of Saturn very close to Pluto during their conjunction October 26, 2018 at Pluto's southern node – Pluto transiting the ecliptic 0°00'00"



  Lunar eclipse at the Gemini-Cancer sandhi-cusp, and an exact longitude degree conjunction of Pluto 28°27'and Saturn 28°35', with an alignment with Mercury, Jupiter, Ceres, Earth, Moon, Rahu, Ketu and the Sun. Pluto and Saturn in a Planetary war – Saturn wins. January 10, 2020.
Sidereal Sagittarius - tropical Capricorn


 Earth, exalted Mars, debilitated Jupiter, Saturn, Moon and Pluto in alignment in sidereal Capricorn April 16, 2020
 
Saturn's close proximity to Pluto during their alignment 2018-2019. Notice the rare conjunction and close proximity of Ceres and Juptier – sidereal Sagittarius

Sifting through a basic astronomical program, I have compiled a list of the dates Pluto crossed its nodes over the past 2000 years.



South Node intersects           North Node Intersects

January          31 AD                                                December           58 BC
June             280 AD                                                April                   192 AD
September   528 AD                                                July                    440 AD      
January        777 AD                                                November         688 AD
May            1025 AD                                                April                   937 AD
September 1273 AD                                                July                  1185 AD
January      1522 AD                                                December       1433 AD
May            1770 AD                                                April                 1682 AD
October      2018 AD                                                September      1930 AD

 In August of  2010, Pluto began entering this important 5° distance from the ecliptic and will leave this ecliptic orb in May of 2028. Since it has entered this proximity to the ecliptic, a mass awareness of Plutonian themes has begun taking effect across the world. The world has had to confront many subterranean issues such as fracking and the pollution to underground water resources. Fukushima and other ecological disasters have begun taking their toll on the environment, and the pollution to the ocean and its inhabitants has reached a critical point. The subterranean themes of Pluto in the form of earthquakes and their preponderance due to fracking has also reached a critical point. It is clear that this 18 year period of Pluto Maximum will lead to a major confrontation with the shadow of the human race, and the need to transform our priorities in order to survive the next 100 years.


 It is interesting to note that 9 out of the last 18 cycles of Pluto maximum coincided with a Venus Transit. 




Clyde W. Tombaugh
Clyde W. Tombaugh – Wiki
Clyde W. Tombaugh has taken a lot of heat for his claims of discovering a new planet that fits the categories of the dwarf planet criteria more than the true planet criteria, but you cannot really blame the guy. When Pluto was discovered in 1930, it was making its rare journey across its north node, right at the critical intersection of Pluto maximum and the ecliptic. No one could fathom at that time that Pluto could reach an inclination as much as 17°, and not enough data existed to calculate the eccentric orbit that Pluto would travel in its 247-year orbit around the Sun. 

Solar system scope of Pluto crossing the ecliptic when it was discovered in 1930


                                                 Bait and Switch
Solar system scope of Pluto, Eris, Haumea and Makemake hovering far above the ecliptic plane 1990.

The planets orbit the Sun in an orderly fashion on a seemingly flat surface called the ecliptic plane. As you can see in the above still, the dwarf planets transit much farther above or below the ecliptic plane.                
                                     
A recent list of the largest designated dwarf planets — Wiki


In 2006 Ceres and Pluto were downgraded to dwarf planet status. Many people hold onto the the fact that Pluto is a planet, but why is it not?  You may read the classifications of minor planet objects and dwarf planet objects online, so I will give you the reasons why I think Pluto should not be designated as a major planet. #1 Pluto has an inclination that exceeds 17°. The maximum inclinations of all planets is Mercury with 7°01' and the Moon with 5°14’. #2 Though it has an inclination of 44°, Eris is the largest dwarf planet currently known to us in the solar system. Being 27% more massive than Pluto does not help in the argument that Pluto should be considered a major planet. #3 The eccentric orbit of Pluto. #4 The growing list of dwarf planets that seems to be increasing over the last 20 years.#5 Pluto invades the orbit of Neptune.

Eccentric orbit of Pluto around the Sun, and its invasion of Neptune's orbit – Wiki


Since its discovery in 1930, Pluto has only completed 1/3 of its orbit around the Sun 


During the last period of Pluto Maximum between 1916 and 1940, The world was enmeshed in World War I and II, the Great Depression, Hitler's rise, the complete transformation of Northern Africa and parts of Europe, the adoption of communism by China, and the discovery of the dwarf planet Pluto itself as well as the radioactive element Plutonium.
In 1513, Pluto began its descent into Pluto maximum through its southern node, which occurred in January of 1522 AD and ended in May of 1531. It was during this period of time that the Aztecs were vanquished and a huge portion of the western hemisphere was decimated through genocide and transformed. Spain declared victory against the Aztecs less than a year before Pluto transited the ecliptic. Astrologically speaking this coincided with a Venus transit which surely did not help matters. The conquest of the Iberian Navarre, the Italian war and the war of the League of Cognac also occurred during this time, and that is just wars that Spain was involved in.
 
The conquest of Tenochtitlan - Wiki
Another Pluto maximum period across its southern node began in November of 1761 and ended in March of 1780. This period saw the British capture of Pondichery, another transit of Venus, Britain declared war on Spain and Naples, The Treaty of St. Petersburg, The Treaty of Hamburg, the holocaust of the Sikhs, The Stamp Act is passed on the 13 states of North America, a fire destroys 25% of Montreal, the Russo - Turkish war, the American Revolutionary war, and countless other Scorpio themed events took place during the Pluto maximum cycle of the 1700's. When Pluto intersected its south node in 1770, the Earth witnessed the closest approach of a comet to the Earth in history, the Boston massacre, and the Eastern half of Australia was claimed by the British.


                                    The New Horizons Space Probe
http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/newhorizons/main/index.html
  
Within the next 50 days, on July 14th, 2015 the New Horizons probe is scheduled to make the closest approach to Pluto in history, hopefully giving the world spectacular new views of this mysterious King of the Underworld.
Pluto compared to Earth

It is interesting that Pluto was discovered during the last Pluto maximum cycle, and will be rediscovered again during the current Pluto maximum cycle. Pluto was discovered when it was at the exact intersection of its north node in 1930, and now a probe is scheduled to reach Pluto just 3 years from its intersection with its south node.


        

Pluto and Charon







 

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