By now most know that the US is in the midst of its Pluto Return. The next threshold event is now upon us. The first conjunction was February 20th and the third and final exact conjunction will occur at the end of the year on December 28th. On Monday, July 11th, 2022, at 3:35PM PDT, the second exact Pluto conjunction happens at 27:32:57Capricorn. This second exact Pluto conjunction stands apart from the two other exact Pluto conjunctions with some maverick features. First, like Pluto in the US chart in 1776 the US Pluto was also retrograde. Another interesting factor is that this conjunction on Monday is with an extreme Out-Of-Bounds (OOB) Moon (at 23Sagittarius32), with the Moon at 26S01 declination, more than two and a half degrees OOB. The other two conjunctions do not have an OOB Moon. Therefore, this July 11 event has two maverick features, Retrograde and OOB Moon. Quite frankly, most anything is possible, with much greatly hidden. It will be quite difficult to have any confidence in what is real or what in the outside world can be trusted. What is clear, though, is the main theme: Can the USA honestly look at its shadow? Can the USA own up to its abandonment of the dreams and visions of the Founders? And, will there be the required courage to compost that which is obsolete and destructive, so as to make space for a rebirth and renaissance?
This Monday-Wednesday contains the next of the bi-monthly extreme Out-of-Bounds Moons. The greatest extreme will be around 2:00PM PDT on Tuesday the 12th. The Moon at 7Capricorn35 will be 26S55 declination, a full three and a half degrees beyond the ecliptic. By 2024, this will stretch out beyond 28 degrees. I have felt that beyond two and a half degrees to be noticeable and significant. Key words for OOB Moons can include eccentricity, extreme uniqueness, seeing beyond the boundaries of “normal” Capricorn and Sagittarius (or Gemini and Cancer at the North declination Solstice Moons), and a high resistance to being assimilated. Here is some data for the next three days:
Monday the 11th at 7:00am PDT: 25S13 18Sagittarius03
Tuesday the 12th at 7:00am PDT: 26S49 3Capricorn09
Wednesday the 13th at 7:00am PDT 26S25 18Capricorn24
Last, but not least, is the Full Moon at 11:38AM PDT on the July 13th at 21Capricorn21. The Moon will still be significantly OOB at 26S06 declination. Adding to the importance of this Full Moon time is that this is the closest perigee Moon of the year, known by many as a Super-Moon. Adding this all up, the intensity of these factors suggests great possibilities of breakthroughs at this time. This kind of Full Moon, OOB and Super Moon can bring to light a great deal that is in the shadows, should one have the courage to look.