How significant is astrological Pluto in the horoscopes of atomic scientists?

I’ve just read this brilliant article about the significance of Pluto. Do read it!

“…Pluto was discovered in 1930 and astrologers soon began to notice its prominent placement in the birth map (horoscope) of scientist Wilhelm Roentgen, the discoverer of X-rays. The planet also showed up prominently in the horoscopes of other atomic scientists and the event charts for the first sustained nuclear reactor start-up in Chicago, the first atomic bomb tests, the bomb’s subsequent use in World War II and in reactor accidents since then.

For example, when a lunar eclipse occurred very close to Pluto in April 1986, Crawford wrote: “If you don’t feel this one, you’re probably not alive.” That was truly prophetic as the Chernobyl meltdown four days later raised background radiation levels world-wide…”

To read the rest of this article, click below:

Astrology News Service




200 words copyright Anne Whitaker  2015

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2 responses to “How significant is astrological Pluto in the horoscopes of atomic scientists?

  1. I must say, this is a “take” on Pluto I’ve not seen anywhere else during the recent excitement over the flyby. Personally, I still consider Pluto a planet, and I think of its downgrading as just another of those silly, political or ideologically-drive decisions that gave us “butter will kill you” and “chocolate is bad for you.”

    Mark my words: in our lifetime, the silliness will be reversed and just like the Brontosaurus, Pluto will be back. You can’t keep a good planet down!

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