Astrology of Clyde Tombaugh


Just noticed that Clyde Tombaugh, the man who discovered Pluto, had the Moon conjunct his natal Pluto, possibly closely (birth time unknown) at 20 Gemini, sextile the Node at 20 Leo. ( www.astrotheme.com/astrology/Clyde_Tombaugh )

His natal Jupiter position was 26 Taurus.

At age 24 his solar arc Jupiter conjoined his natal Pluto. He discovered Pluto at age 24.

It's all rigged, I tell ya. Even the name.

Pluto got its name from 11-year-old Venetia Burney of Oxford, England, who suggested to her grandfather that the new world get its name from the Roman god of the underworld.

Only a while later was the orbit determined, when astrologers could check what happened during Pluto transits and hence know the nature of Pluto.

Which as you know, rules the everything hidden, gangsters, criminals.. the underworld, as it is commonly referred to.

His Moon-Pluto conjunction in Gemini possibly helped his methodical way of looking for minor changes in hundreds of photographic plates taken several weeks apart.

Just have a look at how small the speck of light was that he spotted : www.luckydays.tv/PlutoDiscovered.jpg

Venetia Burney was born on July 11, 1918. When this 'dwarf' planet was discovered on January 29, 1930, guess what planet the transiting Sun was conjunct, illuminating, in her natal chart?

Yes, you're quite right! Pluto.

If only scientists knew the power of the planet they demoted, they would reinstate it immediately. Bend the rules, out of respect.

Long live Dwarf Emperor Napoleon. Or.. I forget, did he make it, was he known as "Short Emperor Napoleon"?



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