Pluto Transit To The Moon – Mine: Snakes And On Being Repulsive

I went walking today because I just don’t have that much to say (publicly). This is the gift of a Pluto transit to the Moon over a Pluto Transit to the Sun. When Pluto transits the Sun, everyone can see what is happening. You just can’t hide the pain. People can see your transformation as it takes place. This is intensely uncomfortable, at least it was for me.

But with the Pluto Moon it is much easier to burn in the background which I guess is what I am up to today. Everything I have to say is potentially (probably) repulsive. It is most definitely potent but it becomes a question of how many people I would like to offend. Some? Many? None?

Whatever choice I makes churns up more of my psychology to be sifted through and pretty soon it becomes a time and energy constraint. I just don’t want to start a fire I am going to have to tend.

One other note… I wrote about a (Scorpio) snake in the grass awhile back. Today I came across another snake, right in the middle of the path I was walking on. I saw him (he was small) and leaped over him like a carefree gazelle. I may be hurting, but I’m okay.

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  1. Ooof, I feel for you. I have had Pluto in the first house opposing my Sun (and a few other planets) to start and then squaring my Midheaven for what feels like 10 years. It has all been too, too public. Repulsive is right.

    Roll on Pluto in Capricorn!

  2. Man, I missed that whole snake in the grass post! I must have been dreaming at the time.

    I feel a bit weird about Pluto in Capricorn (my Moon, my SO’s Sun/Saturn).
    Something tells me I’m going to be learning a lot in the next few years.

  3. Elsa- Thank you for the heads up! I have this transit to look forward to in 2010. Three passes. I am grateful to have so much lead time to figure this out. And although, as I mentioned earlier I was born knowng that I will be OK, I am concerned from time to time about what life might throw at me. I will be careful not to tempt fate. I sure am not going to spend a lot of time worrying about the future either, but I do appreciate all the insights that you offer here. Thanks!

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