Uranus and Pluto have been playing hide and seek with one another for months. They have been within 4 degrees of orb of a square since May 11, 2011 (one year ago today), without ever reaching an exact square. The square between Uranus and Pluto with its accompanying turmoil and social shift hits the fan becomes exact June 24, 2012. This is the kick off point of a series of seven recurring exact squares between these two outer planets that complete in March 2015.
This first square might be particularly overwhelming since the transiting Sun will form a T-Square with these two planets just a few days later on June 29. Additionally, Pallas, the little asteroid that packs a big punch with logic, will be conjunct Uranus and part of the T-Square, so we will have yet one more planetary body at the party.