Pluto conjunct Mars synastry is not a coincidence at all. It has been theorized that the two bodies might be connected.
Some astronomers believe this to be true. Pluto’s orbit passes very close to Mars, which is what’s known as a synastro. Mars’s orbit is far more eccentric (closer to Neptune than to the Sun) than Pluto’s. This means that Mars is closer to the Sun than Pluto is. Mars also has a longer period than Pluto, so it takes a longer time to circle the Sun. This is why Mars looks like a black dot against a blue background.
Mars has a lot of other interesting features, too. It is not a solid rock in the way that we think of it. It is a thin atmosphere with lots of layers of nitrogen and oxygen. There are a lot of places on Mars where the atmosphere is thinner than others. This is why it looks like a blue haze against a blue sky. It also has a very peculiar gravity, so it is like it is floating.
Synastry is when two planets form a very similar system. They are exactly the same size, have the same surface gravity, and have the same rotation. They are also connected by a magnetic field which keeps them in a stable, synchronized orbit. This is why comets are often found to come out of the sun and head towards the Earth.
Synastry is a common space phenomenon. It can happen in many different locations on the planet. Some are even seen in the same galaxies. One example is the planet Mars, which is often referred to as a giant pluto. Scientists have recently discovered that the planet Venus is a very similar synastry with Mars.
It seems that a similar phenomenon is also occurring on Mars, at least in terms of its magnetic field. This has led some scientists to speculate that the planet’s atmosphere was created by an even more powerful synastry. The idea is that the magnetic field is the same, but the gravitational field, which keeps the planet stable, is slightly different.
This synastry would mean that the planets atmosphere was created by a violent collision of two stars. The other possibility is that two planets were ejected from the same dwarf galaxy at different rates and were then attracted to each other. This would explain the slightly different magnetic fields, and the fact that the planets are slightly different. Of course this also assumes the two planets are not in fact really the same planet.
For those who don’t know, synastry is a concept that allows two objects that have a similar orbit to be joined together. The result is a merger of their orbit. I’ve never actually seen a synastry in action, but it’s a thing that seems to occur every couple of thousand years or so.
I imagine that the two planets that we are talking about are actually two very different worlds, and that this merger has occurred because they have been joined by a common dark source, which has been siphoning life from both planets for a long time. I mean, it probably hasn’t been very good for either of them, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it had been quite a good thing for the two of them.
There is a possibility that this is a case of planets being joined by dark matter, which is a form of energy that appears to permeate space.