Pluto is depth, transformation, power. It is slow-moving so the aspects that it makes are experienced most keenly when in relation to a personal planet. Aspects it makes to outer planets are more generational. For example, Pluto to Neptune is something you experience along with everyone in your age group as opposed to Pluto to the Moon. The moon moves so quickly that where it falls in your chart is a more individual affair. The same relational energy holds true when we talk about interaspects, aspects from chart to chart.
Contacts between personal planets will be the most individualized. That is to say that they are shared person to person as opposed to person to generational person. If someone’s Pluto aspects your moon, it has a profound effect. However, because Pluto moves so slowly, everyone in that age group will have a Pluto that aspects your moon. To further personalize that connection it’s important to note corresponding aspects which will let you know whether or not that aspect is of prime importance.
One thing to note is whether your Pluto makes an aspect to any of their personal planets. This elevates the Pluto connection to a more relevant position. Pluto issues are relevant between you on both ends of the relationship. Pluto in aspect to personal planets brings issues of power and depth. Possessiveness is attributed to Pluto contacts to personal planets, as is tenacious devotion. Pluto has a reputation of ruthlessness and intensity, but Pluto here also has the power to transform.
Another level of connectedness is the presence of a “double-whammy.” This occurs when there is a relationship between two planets that is reciprocal, not necessarily the same aspect but the same planets involved. This highlights the importance of the energies of both planets in the relationship between you. It’s personal on both sides of the equation. Any time an energy signature is repeated it calls for our special attention.
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Have you had Pluto contacts with personal planets in synastry? How did you handle the intensity?