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Pluto in astrology science and myth

On the outer reaches of the solar system, Pluto represents the principle of regeneration and transformation through elimination and renewal. Discovered in the period that saw the development of atomic power, the Great Depression and the birth of dreadful dictatorships, Jeff Mayo called it the symbol of the great heights or fearful depths to which man can rise or fall.

Introducing Pluto
Joanna Watters introduces the key concepts of Pluto and its essential planetary characteristics.

The Birth of the Outer Planets: the discovery of Pluto
David McCann reviews the events that led to the discovery of Pluto, considers the chart set for its official moment of recognition and examines the factors that led to its naming.

The Significations of Pluto
Philip Graves considers the significations of Pluto, reviewing the symbolism of its planetary glyph, its essential characteristics and its principal rulerships over people, events and physical descriptions.

Pluto Aspects in the Birth Chart
Michael McClain's interpretation guides for Neptune aspects in natal charts

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