Sundar Balakrishnan


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Conclusion:

With the transit of Pluto to the sign Capricorn on December 31, 2020, the relationship with China/Pakistan will turn more bitter and this can lead to war/war-like situation. The negotiations between India and China will become tougher and we can see the tussle becoming more intense.

Analysis:

The Vedic Astrologers does not consider Pluto in their predictions. However, Pluto is one of the major planets which plays important role in mundane astrology and is considered very important by the Western Astrologers. I as an ardent researcher of mundane astrology, give equal importance to Pluto as are given to the other planets. Pluto has played a very important role in defining India’s relationship with our neighbouring countries. Pluto has also played a very important role in getting Independence for India. Its conjunction with Saturn has been of vital importance for India (http://jupiterastrology.com/c8-mundane/saturn-pluto-conjunction-its-relevance-to-india-sidereal-analysis/). Its when Saturn and Pluto were conjunct, India got independence on August 15, 1947. The recent clash with China is also due to the transit of Pluto. The planet Pluto’s motion is slowest among the other planets. Its orbital period is 247.94 years. The role of Pluto is to transform, create rift, earthquake, war, etc. It always destroys the old and helps in generating new norms. As far as India is concerned, apart form the planets Jupiter, Mars, Venus, Rahu and Ketu, Pluto also plays a very important role in defining our relationship with neighbouring countries.

The chart for India Independence is given below.

If one looks at recent transit of Pluto, it entered the sign Capricorn on February 26, 2020. From here it aspected the natal Moon (at 3.59 degrees in the sign Cancer) of the India’s Independence chart in the 3rd house of neighbouring countries. It set the stage for friction with China. On April 26, 2020, Pluto turned retrograde thereby becoming more intense. Its aspect on natal Moon became more malefic. No sooner it turned retrograde, on May 5, 2020, the Chinese and Indian troops have engaged in aggressive melee, face-offs and skirmishes at locations along the Sino-Indian border, including near the disputed Pangong Lake in Ladakh and the Tibet Autonomous Region, and near the border between Sikkim and the Tibet Autonomous Region. Additional clashes also took place at locations in eastern Ladakh along the Line of Actual Control (LAC). The Pluto being retrograde in motion, transited to the sign Sagittarius on June 29, 2020. On October 5, 2020, Pluto turned direct in motion and began its journey to go back to the sign Capricorn. On December 31, 2020 it will transit the sign Capricorn and re-establish its connection by giving its aspect to natal Moon in the sign Cancer. As said in my earlier article http://jupiterastrology.com/c8-mundane/role-of-jupiter-mars-venus-rahu-ketu-as-triggers-of-war-for-india/ Jupiter has already sown the seed for disputes to trigger between India and China/Pakistan. When Pluto transits the sign Capricorn and makes aspect to natal Moon, Mars will be throwing its aspect from the sign Aries to the natal Moon. For more details on the aspects of planets other than Pluto refer to the above link provided. With the transit of Pluto to the sign Capricorn, the relationship with China/Pakistan will turn more bitter and this can lead to war/war-like situation. The negotiations between India and China will become tougher and we can see the tussle becoming more intense.  

Sundar Balakrishnan

B.Com., MFM Finance (NMIMS)

2 Year Jyotirvid and 3 Year Jyotirvisharad

(From Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan, Mumbai)

Certificate/Diploma/Advanced Diploma in Sanskrit (From Mumbai University)

M A Sanskrit (Darshan) from Kavi Kulguru Kalidas Sanskrit University, Ramtek, Nagpur)

Professor of Astrology at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mumbai

Date: December 21, 2020  

Time: 4.00 PM, Mumbai, India

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