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Astrologers: Don’t Mess With Pluto!

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Astrologer Shelley Ackerman generously mentions her affiliation with Beliefnet.com in this Wall Street Journal article about how minimizing the planetary stature of Pluto could have complicated astrolgoical effects.

“Whether he’s a planet, an asteroid, or a radioactive matzo ball, Pluto has proven himself worthy of a permanent place in all horoscopes,” says Shelley Ackerman, columnist for the spirituality Web site Beliefnet.com. Ms. Ackerman criticized the IAU for not including astrologers in its decision.

“Others warned that Scorpios–people born between Oct. 23 and Nov. 21–should be especially cautious in the coming days because the sign is closely associated with Pluto.

“Scorpios can be extremely explosive, and very direct, and this could be the trigger that makes them explode,” says Milton Black, an Australian astrologer who claims to have more than 580,000 clients. Laura Bush, Hillary Clinton and Condoleezza Rice, take note. All three are Scorpios.”



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Annapurna

posted August 29, 2006 at 4:25 am


I have a friend who’s a Scorpio. She is opinionated, and when she feels strongly about it, you can bet your beliefnet account that it could wind up in an email to me. And yeah, she’s direct–she takes aim with an opinion, and BAM! I have to admit, I like that–probably because I’m opinionated too, and you can bet your bnet account that I’ll write about it either in an email to her, or in my blog (see homepage link). I’m a Cancer (ruled by the Moon). I don’t know how into astrology she is, but I am a little interested in things like that.>



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F.sandoval

posted August 30, 2006 at 7:02 pm


faith on creation has lot more top see than just belive insuperstitious things do you beleive in things and not in you inner spirit strongness/ be honest to your self before including other people>



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