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Diameter: 2 302 km (0.18 x the Earth's)
Distance from the Sun:
5906.38 million km
Average surface temperature:
-233 °C - -223 °C
Period of time to pass the whole zodiac:

248 years
Discovered in 1930 by Clyde Tombaugh.
So far Pluto is known to have 3 moons and mainly consists of nitrogen (N) and methane (CH4).
Once Pluto was known as the smallest, coldest, and most distant planet from the Sun. 2006 according to new rules, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) formally downgraded Pluto from an official planet to a dwarf planet.

A "dwarf planet"
- 1. is a celestial body that is in orbit around the Sun,
- 2. has sufficient mass for its self-gravity to overcome rigid body forces so that it assumes a hydrostatic equilibrium (nearly round) shape,
- 3. has not - contrary to a planet - cleared the neighborhood around its orbit, and
- 4. is not a satellite.

Most of what we know about Pluto we have learned since the late 1970s from Earth-based observations. Many of the key questions about Pluto, its companion moon, Charon, and the outer fringes of our solar system await close-up observations by robotic space flight missions.

Frequency: 140.25 Hz
Sound: Between C# and D
Effect: Integrating the new and letting go of and dissolving the old. Help in times of radical changes, group dynamics.
Body: From the throat up to the nose, neck up to the cheeks, helps against grinding the teeth.

Pluto is an alternative name for the Greek god Hades, but was more often used in Roman mythology in their presentation of the god of the underworld. Although he is often envisioned today as evil (for his similarities to the Christian Satan) the Romans did not view him as such.
Pluto was originally not the god of the underworld. Pluto is cognate with the Greek word "Ploutos" (wealth), and, under the original name Plutus, was considered by the Romans as the giver of gold, silver, and other subterranean substances. Because these "gifts" were mined, Pluto became recognized as the god of the physical underworld, which in turn helped him become rec
ognized as the god of the spiritual underworld and thus death. This brought about his mythological relationship to the Greek god Hades.
How do we deal with power, personal and non-personal, be it through suffering the power of others or exercising it ourselves. It describes how we meet the demonic and magical, our regenerative powers and our capacity for radical change and rebirth: the cycles of dying and becoming.
Star sign equivalent: Scorpio (water element) - with Mars, which was supposed to rule this house before Pluto was discovered.
Astrological house: 8th (with Mars).

Pluto stays between 11 to 30 years in the same sign. At the moment he is passing sagittarius and will start to enter capricorn in 2008.

Central themes: Deep transformation, extremely deep experiences, intensity, power and helplessness, control, 'the collective unconscious'. Actions and themes are rather invisible and 'under the surface'and appear transformed as nonpersonal, universal, pure love and wisdom.
Body: Sexual organs, physical regeneration, bodily elimination.
Character of diseases associated:
Can indicate a transformation in the body, massive infection, removal of an organ, a heredity disease.
Plants: Rhododendron, deep-rooted plants
Animals: Snake, scorpion, eagle
Minerals: Opal, granate, ruby
Metal: Plutonium, iron
Colours: Dark red, maroon
Archetype: The magician




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