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Linda
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« on: Jul 04, 2009, 10:10 PM »

Hi everyone,
 
I am noticing the generation gap between the Pluto in Leo generation and the Pluto in Virgo generation.
 
While the Leo generation seems quite loving, warm, creative and very self-centred, the Virgo generation seems more clinical, guilt-ridden, critical and even cold.  
 
While the predominant part of the Leo generation are developing the Aquarius polarity, the Virgo generation are developing the Pisces polarity.  

"Loving" people with “new social visions” side by side with people of "humility” who are “unified with the spirit.”

My Pluto in Cancer friend, a 79 year old gentleman born around the time of Pluto’s discovery, continues to play out his intense self-obsession.  But when it comes to needing someone on whose shoulder to cry on, his compassion and support cannot be surpassed.  He is still here with us (and hopefully will be for quite some time) - is ignored by the majority of our community - so he lives alone with his family of horses, goats and dogs in a beautiful natural bush setting.  (V. 99 y.o. woman has received world attention appearing as an athlete in the international Masters Games tossing the hammer and discus, and looks to be a woman of 50.)
 
Could one generation ignore or disparage another, the divisiveness for the sake of ongoing evolution?

Are not all the planets and signs of the zodiac expressions of God/ess and the symbols by which our souls are expressing themselves?

Are “masculinity” and “femininity” only evident in the animal kingdom, being descriptions of a positive (penetration) and negative (receptive) surge?  Since space telescopes are finding many galactic differences, are masculinity and femininity found elsewhere in (the laws of) the cosmos?
 
What is the EA perspective on alternating Pluto Generations as in day and night - positive and negative - yin and yang – breath in breath out?  
 
Has JWG, (as a former love child) of the Leo generation, noted these differences?
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Steve
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« Reply #1 on: Jul 05, 2009, 08:09 AM »

Hi Linda

Somewhere Jeffrey discussed that adjacent signs have harder time seeing eye to eye, while two signs apart is the natural resonance of the sextile.   Thus Pluto in Leo and Pluto in Libra; Pluto in Cancer and Pluto in Virgo and Pluto in Scorpio - sextile and trine. 

This goes back to the cycle of phases aspects.  Adjacent signs are semi-sextile, a stressful aspect.  As you said, this pair represent yang-yin, energy going out and energy coming back, mirror images.  Thus a natural tension.  Pluto in Cancer and Pluto in Leo,  Pluto in Leo and Pluto in Virgo

Because of its elliptical orbit, Pluto was in Cancer and in Leo for many years.  This stress symbolizes the "generation gap" boomers had with their parents. 

This can also symbolize a natural resonance between children and grandparents - Plutos sextile.
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« Reply #2 on: Jul 05, 2009, 02:40 PM »

Hi Linda and Steve,

The word Jeffrey used to describe the archetypal experience of the semisextile relationship between pluto generations is 'irritant'.  What Steve wrote explains the basis and nature of the irritant.

Stacie
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Linda
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« Reply #3 on: Jul 05, 2009, 04:03 PM »

Many thanks Steve and Stacie,

Does anyone know the answer to this question?

Is the positive surge of "masculinity" and receptive surge of "femininity" only evident in Earth's animal kingdom?  Are these evident in the laws of the cosmos?
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« Reply #4 on: Jul 05, 2009, 06:40 PM »

Is the positive surge of "masculinity" and receptive surge of "femininity" only evident in Earth's animal kingdom?  Are these evident in the laws of the cosmos?

summer and winter
day and night
electricity - the attraction and repulsion of positive and negative forces

this is the essence of dualistic reality
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Linda
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« Reply #5 on: Jul 05, 2009, 10:22 PM »

Steve,

Expressions of negative and positive forces, demonstrated by the laws of physics, are the basis of everything, including:

matter and anti-matter
cold and heat
birth and death of stars

We are like the grain of sand on the seashore - a minute part of the immense greater whole.  

I liked your comment about the "natural tension" between the semi-sextiled generations.

Thanks very much Steve.
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