Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Visual placement of the planet’s in the Signs. (some of the planets)

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27. November; Pluto enters The sign of Capricorn January 2008 until 2024 Pluto is the most outer planet of our solar system. The planet is around 248 years to circular the Sun one time. The last time that Pluto stood in the sign Capricorn is over 200 years ago, to be more specific in the year 1760 until 1778 (some say 1762). Actually 1760 was a leap year, but also a year of many events. The King of Great Britain and Ireland, George II, Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg(Hanover) and Archtreasurer and Prince-Elector of the Holy Roman Empire, had a hard century. His relationship with his father had been filled with hardship and unhappiness, and it was replaced with his own sons’ resentment towards him. Towards his later life something rather interesting happened. In the year 1752 George II suddenly wanted to change the calendar. They were using the Julian Calendar, but changed it to the modern Gregorian Calendar, I would personally say; that he had a very interesting statue made in the year 1753, he probably stood model for the statue in that year.
George II 1753
Statue of George II in Golden Square, Soho, London. By John Nost the elder, this was erected in 1753, but had actually been made 33 years previously for the Duke of Chandos. - From wikipedia. The Julian Calendar: The Julian calendar remained in use into the 20th century in some countries as a national calendar, but it has generally been replaced by the modern Gregorian calendar. It is still used by the Berber people of North Africa, on Mount Athos and by many national Orthodox churches. Orthodox Churches no longer using the Julian calendar typically use the Revised Julian calendar rather than the Gregorian calendar. - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julian_Calendar In 1760 George II suddenly died.
Other Good sites and articles about Pluto in Capricorn: Universal Astrology; http://www.universalastrology.com.au/pluto_capricorn.html Pluto in Capricorn and bank bailouts across the globe PLUTO IN CAPRICORN Pluto in Capricorn Jupiter in Capricorn Jupiter in Capricorn Mars in Scorpion Mars in Scorpion Saturn in Virgo Saturn in Virgo

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