Neptune in mundane astrology

 

The meaning of Neptune in mundane astrology:

– ideal society, socialism;

– religion; a mystical vision;

– feelings, union, to blend, to dissolve, denial of the ego, confusion, deception;

– it manifest through fashion, glamour, art;

– Uranus means ideas, ideology, Neptune means feelings.

 

Institutions and people which represent the process symbolised by Neptune:

– people who promote new visions, dreams, ideals, mystics;

– people who cheat and bring confusion, deception.

 

Historical events symbolised by Neptune:

 

Saturn in mundane astrology

 

The meaning of Saturn in mundane astrology:

– how the society is organised, the current structure;

authority, the State and his institutions, the legal system, order;

– conservative forces, forces which resist change, tradition;

– repressive and control forces;

– the collective ideas, actions symbolised by Uranus, Pluto or Neptune get a real form when they meet Saturn.  

 

Institutions and people which represent the process symbolised by Saturn:

– all institutions which create rules, restrictions, laws;

-police;

– agriculture, mining, real – estate.

Pluto in mundane astrology

 

The meaning of Pluto in mundane astrology:

 

– the power to change through transformation as any system comes to the period of decay, death and rebirth;

– psychotic outbreaks in the collective unconscious;

– autocracy, control; power, how to be in power, how to retain power;

– manipulation of the masses, politics;

– corruption, terrorism, organised crime, mass murder, kidnapping;

– violent, dramatic experience in order to fundamentally transform the society; Pluto was discovered when the Third Reich was rising, the Nazi Germany was related with Pluto by many astrologers;

– Hermetism and depth psychology, lost knowledge which is rediscovered, secrets which are revealed.

 

 

Institutions and people which represent the process symbolised by Pluto:

– hidden, secret organisations;

– archeologists;

– criminals, terrorists;

– politicians, actors, propagandists.

 

Historical events symbolised by Pluto:

– the period when Pluto was discovered (1930): the rise of the Third Reich (1933);

 

Uranus in mundane astrology

 

The meaning of Uranus in mundane astrology:

 

– spirit, thought, mental, new ideas that erupt in the collective;

– ideas, creativity, innovation, ideas a little too advanced for the world at that time;

– a different philosophy, social order, atitude, idea which is not yet accepted in the society, it is rejected or it’s seen with reticence;  ocult or hidden activity; this is very well described by the cycle Saturn – Uranus, between what is accepted in the society (Saturn) and what changes the system (Uranus);

– an ideology, vision of social organisation that will create a perfect society and eliminate the old, inferior elements;

– radical changes, intolerance, it accepts very hard different ideas;

– revolutions, upheavals, reforms;

– courage, strong will, desire to be in front, to receive public attention;

– strikes and other similar activities which create pressure (even with violence) in order to meet the goals;

– freedom, democracy, independence;

– politically represents the right wing, but can also represent autocratic regimes.

 

Institutions and people which represent the process symbolised by Uranus:

– political and social organisations which militates agains the system, which propose moderate or radical reforms;

– reformers, inventors, rebels, activists;

– prophets, visionaries.

 

Historical events symbolised by Uranus:

– the period when Uranus was discovered (1781): the dawn of the technological age, The French Revolution, The American Revolution;

– The Bolshevik Revolution. 

Jupiter in mundane astrology

 

The meaning of Jupiter in mundane astrology:

 

– economic, political, religious issues;

– to understand, to believe in something with confidence and optimism;

– common values and belief systems;

– idealism and over – confidence can lead to unachievable targets, illusory hopes;

– liberalism, tolerance, moderation, morality, imperialism.

 

Institutions and people which represent the process symbolised by Jupiter:

– judiciary, church

– wealthy people, priests, people recognised for their moral character,