Last week’s blogathon on Surviving the Cardinal T-Square was an amazing web-based event. We had more than 70 articles by professional astrologers from around the world who shared their takes on how to work with the challenging series of transits from Pluto in Capricorn, Saturn in Libra, and Uranus in Aries.
I coordinated a collection of 17 articles about working with Pluto transits and the kinds of problems associated with it that so many people are facing. My background is in social work, and so my criteria for selecting the articles in that group were very specific. They had to provide astrological and psychological insights into the problems AND suggest helpful resources or tools for the reader to work with. Below are links to the 5 articles that readers visited most.
Dealing with Pluto on the Angles: If transiting Pluto forms an aspect to your Ascendant/Descendant or Midheaven/IC axis, your life is about to change profoundly. Lawrence Grecco helps you understand what this life passage represents and how to cope with it.
What to Tell Astrology Clients about Pluto in Capricorn: Practical advice for practicing astrologers by John Marchesella on how to put this transit in perspective for clients. To look forward, he encourages us to look at how past Pluto eras worked out over the long range.
Pluto and Bullying: How to Recognize and Deal with It: A recent rash of front page stories have made us aware of bullying’s potentially deadly aftermath. Donna Cunningham explains the astrological signatures and links to resources for understanding and dealing with this problem.
The “We” Regeneration: The Pluto-in-Libra Group Faces the Pluto-in-Capricorn Challenge: The Pluto in Libra generation, born 1971-84, is entering its midlife cycle. T.C. Gardstein, a member of that generation, writes ably about its special qualities and concerns and the challenges it faces under the square from transiting Pluto.
Sleepless in America—What’s Pluto Got to Do with It? Ivory Phoenix takes a humorous look at why Pluto is associated with insomnia, how sleep disturbances have become an epidemic since Pluto entered Capricorn, and what can help you sleep better.
There are 12 additional articles in this group by talented professional astrologers to help you understand and work with Pluto transits. See the whole collection here: Pluto Problems Got You Perplexed? Here’s What Helps!
Finally, most of you have probably taken the test to see if your own Pluto is powerful in your birth chart, but it was actually the top post of the blogathon over all. With over 3500 page hits since it was published, it’s also the top post of all time on Skywriter. Just in case you haven’t seen it, the link is here: How Strong is your Pluto? Here’s the Score!
More Blogathon Collections: In all, there were 5 article collections with over 70 article about how to meet and master the challenges of the cardinal t-square. Here are links to the rest of them:
- Mandi Lockley’s Look After Saturn and Saturn Will Look After You
- Auntie Moon’s Uranus in Aries: Claiming a Self-Reliant Future
- Sasstrology’s Passing the Tests and Trials of Saturn to Build Better Relationships
- Vibration Magazine’s A Collection of Articles about Combining Essences and Astrology
Readers, International Astrology Day may have passed, but the crisis in our lives isn’t over by a long shot. That’s why we’ve turned the blogathon collections into a permanent resource library to help people with important chart placements in the early degrees of the Cardinal signs (Aries, Cancer, Libra and Capricorn.) Links to the whole collection and all its features can be seen on the page at the top of this blog called Cardinal T-Square Articles.
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