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Pluto in Sagittarius in the BirthChart
Pluto was in Sagittarius from 1749 to 1762 and 1995 to 2009. Philosophical and rebellious. Good adjectives for this generation, who tend to seek action and abhor boredom.
It’s interesting how the concept of generation we have used all through the 20th century has some parallels with Pluto’s positionings. People born in generations where Pluto has already reached a different sign could have very distinct challenges, inner possibilities, concepts of power and ways to deal with changes and transitions in society, when compared to others.
Latest periods of Pluto in Sagittarius: 1749 to 1762 | 1995 to 2009
Great power and transformations in ethical and philosophical questions.
Philosophical and rebellious. These are good adjectives for a generation which tends to seek action and abhors boredom. This group of people shares the responsibility of taking ideas from previous generations and raise them to a large-scale transformational level, something that completely changes life as we knew them till that point, in many levels, breaking barriers and knowing no bounds.
Starting from this latest Pluto-Sagittarius generation, new ideas and inventions gained an ability to transform everything around them. Many children from this generation understand things without a need for a formal and traditional education, as if their minds work differently, being capable of assimilating things in a unique way. In this latest passage, by the end of the 1990s until the 2000, frontiers have been broken and the concept if time and space has been challenged by the global reach of the Internet.
Birth Chart Interactions
On a personal level, idealism can be highlighted, becoming an inherent part of their own life philosophy. Traveling and having a global vision are important things, and having a fascination for all that belongs to the world, with no regard to barriers. They tend to be always seeking knowledge as learning can be a transformative action. They will travel as much as they can to absorb and share as much information as possible. With a more open stance, they absorb everything around them and are better at understanding other cultures.
They tend to spark profound ideological, religious and spiritual revolutions and reforms, applying their “deconstruction” attitude to change what was towards their own trues. There’s conflict in the broadness of their sense of purpose, leading them to believe they need to rebuild the world according to what they consider appropriate. And there can be many concepts, as everyone’s mind is a whole different world. Due to a more accentuated idealism, constant reform can occur in values, ethical questions, educational methodologies, and spiritual or religious conducts.
It may seem as if they are always reinventing themselves through strong beliefs and ideologies, having a different world view. They tend to be always considering their next step, which can lead to making rushed decisions. An important tip is to value learning from their own mistakes or those of others to avoid excessive, less than necessary, transformations.
This generation usually has little regard for maintaining or controlling power, as long as they are free to do what they please, when they please. Unfortunately, they can be a little distracted, due to a certain aversion for the details of daily life, as they feel as if they are too busy (or too important) to deal with often boring everyday stuff. The good part is that, internally, they have more tact to keep a vast network under their control, where the world becomes a great social network where they can seek help and opportunities when needed. They tend to thrive on constant change, with action and fun being a good motto and what effectively matters and transforms.Learn more about the meaning of Pluto in Astrology.