Imminent is the passage of the Sun in Aquarius and its meeting with the Moon, from which a new moon ensues, with the extreme proximity of Pluto, close to entering Aquarius.
The last time Pluto transited Aquarius was from 1778 to 1799. The most conventionally striking events of those years were the French Revolution (1789-1799), the revolutionary war of the 13 North American colonies which became the United States of America and the First Industrial Revolution with the invention of the steam engine. The above brought about the greatest historical upheaval on a social, political and cultural level. In the medical field a decisive development was the abandonment of the practice of bloodletting, used as a medical cure for more or less everything, and the invention by Edward Jenner of the first v.
Pluto will pass through Aquarius from March 23, 2023 to January 19, 2044, even if it will only enter permanently on January 21, 2024, so in 2023 it will go back and forth on the threshold between Capricorn and Aquarius.
What can we expect next?
But really, do you think you can expect anything more catastrophic for consensus reality than what has already happened and is happening right now?
Consensus reality is extremely fragile and constantly breaks and breaks, and this happens at least once a day, for everyone, when we fall asleep. Whenever consensual reality breaks down, whether through death, sleep, dreams, visions, crises, wars, revolutions, this is a multidimensional emergency. Then you are presented with an opportunity to grasp alternate realities, no matter what seems to be happening outside or what the rest of the world is doing.
Don’t expect what has been familiar to follow you at that moment. Train yourself to say goodbye. In truth, you leave no one and no one leaves you. Yet, in a multidimensional emergency, apparently goodbye could be very painful. Unless you are prepared for this eventuality, it will be very difficult to move forward. You need to find like-minded souls who understand this, who don’t form relationships with you out of fear, who love you unconditionally and, as a result, are willing to gently let you go, allowing you to do the same to them.
In truth, it’s not about leaving people or situations. It’s about recognizing the fear that causes your attachments, releasing the fear itself. We are all on this adventure together, and there is abundant help from so many along the way. There is always the moment of farewell, as well as the moment of welcoming what we say goodbye to. You can say goodbye to the world you know, and welcome the world you choose to live in.