Maria Kuhl #transphobia #magick #crackpot

Capricorn is the sign that rules the father. Cancer opposite Capricorn rules the mother. We learn gender roles from our parents, so Cancer and Capricorn are the signs that rule gender roles. Since 2008 we have seen the madness of trans ideologi take over the world and the erosion of safeguarding for women and children with men in drag insisting that women give up their rights to single sex spaces, and insisting on drag queens access to children. When Pluto went through Cancer between 1914 and 1939, women started wearing trousers and entered the work force, in part because the men were being killed in war. War is ruled by Aries, the sign 270° from Cancer. The sign 270° from another sign tends to have an oppressive influence on the sign in question, and when Pluto went through Cancer we had WW1 and the whole buildup to WW2. When WW2 broke out, Pluto had just left Cancer and entered the sign of Leo. The sign 270° from Leo is Taurus, the ruler of survival, and it was very difficult to survive for a while.


Pluto enters Aquarius in March. Over the next year it will retrograde back into Capricorn twice, but from fall 2024 it will stay in Aquarius until 2044. Aquarius rules the revolution and science. When Pluto was in Aquarius the last time between 1778 and 1798, we had the French Revolution. Aquarius also rules seperation and a lot of people were sadistically separated from their heads under the Reign of Terror .

The sign 270° from Aquarius is Scorpio. Scorpio rules genitals and surgery, reproduction (immortality) and death, power, destruction, and sadism. The last time Pluto was in Aquarius Marquis de Sade (born while Pluto was in Scorpio) published his books, and the paraphilia Sadomasocism is named after him.

So what will the next 20 years bring? Will genital surgery become the biggest oppression? Reproductive technology is ready to replace women by 2030 as Matrix looking baby factories are being made so that drag queens can make their own babies to tell stories to.



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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