Jupiter square or opposite Pluto can be a zealous preacher, obsessive predator or magician. Sometimes all at the same time! At the very worst, this archetype is one of a cult leader who abuses his power in order to have sex with his disciples. Jupiter is religion/law and Pluto is politics.
As a transit, this can be a period where one can feel witch-hunted and persecuted or worried about rubbing authorities up the wrong way. This does not mean bowing down to these ‘masters’, just having to be careful with tactics. Going down the most direct, activist route only gives the elite an excuse to censor and crank down even harder on the dissent. The freedom has to be fought for underground.
Jupiter Square Pluto ~ 30 March & 4 August 2017
Pluto does things in secret and the reason Jupiter’s wisdom is occulted is to keep the manifestation magic for themselves (Hence secret societies). The vampiric minority elite then use that sorcery to extract energy/money/resources from the majority. At the same time the inexperienced shouldn’t fool around with this powerful energy either. Opening channels to godly dimensions can overload a fragile human already challenged by everyday pollutants. Pluto detoxing is vital then, in order to safety hold the light without blowing a fuse. One also needs that clarity in order to discern the authenticity of any wisdom received. Is it truth or propaganda?
Jupiter and Pluto have abduction and sex in common, but their mating strategy is very different. Jupiter was a greedy nymph chaser who loved and left them, while Pluto stalked exclusively his child bride Persephone whom he wanted to keep captive for all of time. You can see this Jupiter/Pluto can easily bring about an obsessive pursuit of a love object. The same themes of pedophilia come up again, but also death cults. Religious martyrdom and suicide bombers could be a manifestation of this aspect in the collective. One must be careful not to project most negative of this very transpersonal aspect onto someone personally. Psychopathic tendencies and satanic ritual abuse are just one of many ways this aspect can play out.
Jupiter Square Pluto Natives
You can see from the list below there are some really eminent folk below with this aspect. But I decided to highlight those who were most interesting in terms of the taboo/occult side of this aspect. Marina Abramovic is a performance artist who fashions herself as a bit of a witch. She has carved a pentagram onto her stomach with a razor-blade and has been photographed with serpents and goats skulls. Marina invented the term Spirit-cooking which involves consuming various body fluids. The cult leader aspect plays out pretty strongly with Marina as she is held in high regard by fashionable elites and politicians.
Mackenzie Phillips had an incestuous relationship with her father John for 10 years. John was a member of the band ironically called the “Mammas & Papas”. Mackenzie wrote a book about the whole story but shocked the world when she said most of the sex was drug fuelled and consensual. The relationship ended when she was 19 years of age. Pluto toxins, abduction of a minor, abuse of godlike celebrity status. It’s all there. Mackenzie used this aspect in a positive way in the end. She became a whistle blower on the toxic corruption (Pluto) and the grooming of children within the world of the elite gods. (Jupiter).
Albert Einstein, Vladimir Putin, Yuri Gagarin, Johann Sebastian Bach, Serge Rachmaninoff, Eleanor Roosevelt, Eminem, Joan Baez, Jose Carreras, Chaka Khan, Robert Smith, Geri Halliwell, Frank Zappa, Bryan Adams, Leonard Cohen, Liam Gallagher, Weird Al Yankovic, Serge Gainsbourg, Sophia Loren, Christopher Lee, Cameron Diaz, Charles Bronson, Richard Pryor, Kyle MacLachlan, Sean Bean, Emma Thompson, Faye Dunaway, Christopher Reeve, Mickey Rourke, Judy Garland, Elizabeth Hurley, Tom Baker, Cary Grant, Ben Affleck, Gwyneth Paltrow, Brigitte Bardot, Paula Yates, John McEnroe, Gianni Versace, Mackenzie Phillips, Ted Bundy, Dita Von Teese, Marina Abramovic, Max Ernst, Otto Dix, Terence McKenna, Mark Twain, Jeane Dixon.