Stationing Eclipse

Adjust Your Sails
10 min readOct 8, 2023

I did a two part reading of the following transcript on Tiktok. Check me out @unfoldinglotus213 . Otherwise, enjoy! ❤

Oh, Pluto in Capricorn has taught us so, so much. The conversations I am part of right now are illuminating. We will tell you more in the future, but Liz and I are taking our podcast, Projector Planet, in an entirely new direction. We are going to translate the history of the world for you.

For now, I’d like to discuss the coming astrology, and what it can mean on a collective and personal level. I likely won’t be breaking it all down by Rising sign, but I will give small tidbits for you with the eclipse.

Sunday, October 8th:

Today we have the Mars in Libra square to Pluto in Capricorn. Can we talk about why Mars is considered to be in fall in Libra and Saturn exalted? Is it because Mars is a warrior energy and men are considered the strong ones? That it’s a woman’s job to serve others without making her own decisions? Only to be the one who carries the entire mental load?

Can it be that Saturn is exalted there because men want to be superior to women? That these men (not all men, splainers) would like to use women who will do their bidding for the promise of a fairytale that she could have created ten times herself already?

Liz and I are going to talk in depth about this stuff, and where in the world you can find evidence of that which we speak of. You’re so much more powerful than you can even fathom. Each of us has a feminine side and it’s my belief the rise of LGBTQ acceptance has been an obvious revelation.

Pluto is a revelation of truth. A fact you have to accept before you can transform your reality. It’s facing the shadow side, so it can stop weighing down the light. Pluto in Capricorn has shown us how ridiculous prestige is, and it’s still playing out before our eyes.

Mars is in Libra where the strongest thing you will ever do is be diplomatic in standing up and asserting yourself. He’s in square to Pluto in Capricorn, where we were taught might makes right for so long. But softness and safety is the most vulnerable and strong things I’ve ever done in my life.

Politicians are acting like their hands are tied, or everything is a result of someone else’s decision. No one is taking accountability. We have entered a war between Israel and Palestine, and I could go on for days how that entire scheme has been about capitalist profit…

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Adjust Your Sails

You must grow strong enough to love the world, yet empty enough to sit down at the same table with its worst horrors. ― Andrew Boyd