AstroCartography - pluto
Pluto Descending / Jupiter on IC
Wondering if you amazing people could share your opinion/experience of living in an area close to your Pluto line. I am looking to move to an area where my Pluto Descending and Jupiter lie directly on my IC line.
I currently live in SE England/London, UK (Directly on North Moon Node). A number of years ago I went through the process of getting a VISA to move out to Vancouver, Canada. Moved over there and had what could be described as a roller coaster of a ride for a year. Some of the more notable events was that I was attacked where I had a number of bones broken and then a few months later I broke my leg. This forced me to return home. I blamed myself for this as being in the wrong place/wrong time scenario. As such I didn’t really read into this much further.
I loved the nature, beauty and environment surrounding the area. However, I didn’t like the city itself and the people. This really surprised me as of course the city itself is often heralded as one of the best places to live and experience. Everyone thought I was just simply being negative.
On my return I was deeply disappointed and I just got back into living in London and getting on with life. A year later I realised that I really wanted the idea of moving to Canada to work as I felt the lifestyle and enjoyment that the UK offered didn’t do anything for me. I organised a further holiday to try and get work and try and decide what I wanted to do. Again, time in the city was heavy but being out in the mountains was simply magical. I loved this part of it and felt energised. On the day I was leaving, I was involved in a huge car crash where someone drove straight into the back of my car. In 20 years of driving I have never had a car crash! My travels in Canada then led me to a lady who said I needed to do Ayahuasca and from here opened me up on a spiritual and healing journey. I then came across Location Astrology and started to piece together what was actually happening.
As the time of my VISA now draws to a close I have one last chance of moving over there
As most people know the area is now one of the most expensive places to live in the world. I simply cant get employment despite continuous applications. I would be leaving an extremely well paid job here in the UK. The move / opportunity cost would mount to over $500k.
Am I bonkers?
I cant understand why I have this incredible draw to the area?
Should I simply learn from these experiences and stay far away from this place. Will things end in tears?
Has anyone had a similar experience?
Many thanks and much love.
I have always been very happy living in the 2nd largest city in Oklahoma. I found out by chance shortly after starting my study of Astrology, that my city's chart is set up much like my own chart and surmised that is why I am so content living here. In my younger days, I lived many other places and was the most miserable in Cincinnati, Ohio. I would not go back to Canada! I just had this thought, please check out New Zealand! I did not come up with that astrologically, as I said, the thought just came to me. Canada has not treated you well, please accept that.
I lived on my Pluto line for many years and honestly, my mental health wasn't the greatest there. The city has a weird vibe to it as well but then again the neighborhoods I lived in were pretty questionable. I'm happiest living close to my Moon and Venus line.
I had the same thought as @okscorpiogirl that you should investigate other locations that also have what you describe, mountains, abundance of nature. The Canada situation rings bells with me because I emigrated there from the UK many moons ago and only latest 14 months, it was a debacle from start to finish and I returned to the UK defeated. I can understand you wanting to use your visa as they take so much hard work to receive. If you are determined to try again then maybe explore other regions not on your Pluto line, but my gut feeling is, there is another place waiting for you which offers more ease and acceptance.
Thanks for your comments.
It really is a case of acceptance. I keep telling myself that these episodes where there for me to grow and this is an amazing opportunity. This year has been incredibly tough - where possible I don't want this to be made even harder by a move over there and for these energies to mount up and for me to essentially regret the move. This would by worst case scenerio.
Thanks for the NZ idea - will look into a bit more and see how easy it is to get in.
Interesting to hear how you personally felt. As Pluto and Jupiter is on my IC, I keep telling myself that Jupiter will prevail and I can overcome the negative sides of Pluto. Or does Pluto prevail? I had such highs and lows over there. I felt alive compared to my current situation.
Thanks for sharing your experience of moving and yes this is exactly how I felt when I returned: squashed and defeated! But I constantly felt like this was a test for me to overcome. I am finding it hard to simply let go of this 'opportunity' as a way of improving my life and being in an environment that inspires me. The rest of Canada didn't do anything for me - it has been this huge pull towards the area of Vancouver.
I should say that I had someone map this out for me - his thoughts were that Pluto was in deed a difficult place for me, saying it could work but be prepared for quite a stressful time. Jupiter provided some positivity however. Its having the trust that im doing the right thing here and turning down this opportunity based on these findings.
Thanks Sophiab. Yes, change is happening either way - Im most definately moving out of London no matter what. Having gone through such a difficult time these past few years the idea of this being ramped up at the opposite side of the world and taking such a risk (and based on past experience) - makes me think this is not a great idea. I cant get any work over there despite the visa and deep down I feel this is going to be a time of hardship for me. Your comment on this being soul deep is why i'm finding this so hard to turn away from. Need a bit of time for reflection before any final decisions are made.