Astrology in real life
In theory (and in reality) when a planet in the sky transits in aspect to one of your natal planets there are various events.
In theory (and in reality) when that same planet transits the same natal planet there are more events that relate to the prior events.
For example, around 7 years old every experiences a Saturn transit to their natal Saturn. Generally this occurs when a kid starts school which is a pure Saturnian experience. They go public (Saturn) and are forced to grow up. No more mommy at school, see?
Now at 14, Saturn opposes a person’s Satturn, generally as they are entering high school and it is not hard to see how these two periods are related.
For example if the kid did not clutch it up in first grade they are going to have far more trouble in high school than the kid who did and this is how transits (and I mean all transits) work.
So I am have Pluto transit my Moon at the moment which is a transit I had when I was 8 years old. When I was 8, my mother was ill; this time around it’s my daughter. So that is a gross example of how the transits relate to each other but we are talking Pluto here which is unfathomably deep as they say so I want to illustrate this if I can manage.
I am going to come back on this but meantime are you aware of ties to your past that bind and/or support you?
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