Lynn, per your recent post you wrote: “Pluto transits can be devastating periods of loss, but they can also be times when we discover our latent strengths and emerge into great periods of personal power as we see here.” I currently am experiencing Pluto conjunct my Ascendant and Pluto square Pluto transits, both lasting through about the end of this year. I just entered into a major dispute with a colleague that may turn into a legal battle. What should I look at in my chart for signs of where things are headed?
Pluto transits are some of the most intense experiences possible for a human being. When we are in the middle of them we sometimes feel that everything in our life is being ripped from us and that our foundations are being stripped away. But at its core, Pluto is about empowerment – Pluto’s role is to help – ok yes, to force – us to let go of anything in our life that is not functioning so that we can emerge as truer versions of ourselves.
For this reader, Pluto squares the Capricorn Ascendant. This alone tells us that she is on a journey of transformation – of letting go of previous versions of herself and emerging anew. The Ascendant represents our very persona and the way in which we live our life, and Pluto in a strong square (90 degrees) configuration to the ascendant suggests that she may struggle with issues of power and control. The Capricorn Ascendant is well suited for Pluto contacts because there is a willingness to work hard and embrace whatever challenges are thrown her way. She also has a Scorpio Moon, which is ruled by Pluto, so she is no […]