On Saturday, November 21 2020, the Sun will move into Sagittarius. The zodiac symbol of Sagittarius is a special centaur named Chiron, who like all the other centaurs was half horse and half man. Ordinarily, centaurs had a savage and lustful nature, but Chiron was different. He sought to rise above his animal nature byway of higher education. This striving to embody ones highest capacities and abilities is shown by the bow and arrow that Chiron aims into the heavens. Indeed, the word ‘sagittarius’ is Latin for ‘who throws the arrow‘. While the archetype of Sagittarius is ruled by the planet Jupiter, the zodiac symbol is of Chiron. Chiron, the asteroid, is also utilized by some astrologers in natal and transit readings to gain insight into a person’s primal wound.
Jupiter, the ruler of Sagittarius, is the biggest planet in our solar system. It gives off twice as much energy as it absorbs from the Sun, making it a sort of second Sun. This gigantic, radiating goodness is synchronous with the benevolent qualities of the archetype of Sagittarius. Jupiter is the essence of expansion, of moral and intellectual correctness, as well as the dissemination of belief and information.
If you were born between January 17, 1995 and April 20, 1995, November 10, 1995 and January 27, 2008, or between June 13, 2008 and November 26, 2008 you have Pluto in Sagittarius. The issue for those with Pluto in Sag is what to believe. The major theme of your life is the search for meaning and understanding.
Those with Pluto in Sagittarius or the 9th House (or those with Sun or Moon in Sagittarius or a Sag rising) are seeking to expand their mental horizons. They have come into this life with dogmatic beliefs and opinions that they are wanting to release. This release takes place over the course of a lifetime of exposure to other cultures, languages, ideas and beliefs that happens when one travels and reads. These folks are learning, through intellectual conflict, the relativity of ideas and the difference between teaching, conversing, and converting. Because they come into life with a sense of alienation to their mother culture, these folks will typically leave their home country to get some distance from and perspective about their cultural conditioning. These people need physical and mental freedom to travel and learn as they are wanting to understand life and themselves in a religious, philosophical or cosmological context and form their own personal philosophy.
The highest path for the Pluto in Sagittarius person is in learning that there isn’t a single, absolute Truth; that there are many paths to truth, and all ideas are relative.
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