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Thesecondphoenix
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*Points at face*.

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Proportionate to trines that's a lot of squares.

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Thesecondphoenix said
Proportionate to trines that's a lot of squares.  

Do you mean there's a lot of squares in my chart? 

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Libra Noir said
I meant to mention that I dont have that particular aspect. My isolation is more Plutonian in nature, so a bit different. In my case, people just act weird around me and are uncomfortable (or are immediately comfortable, which presents other problems lol). 

But I think that both Pluto and Chiron have connections to the collective unconscious.

Because you are able to tap into a primordial wound/trauma that the collective soul of humanity has, many unconscious people who arent equipped to look that deeply might see you (unconsciously) as some kind of symbol of that wound, which is why they seemingly reject you or you cant fit in. Its not personal. Its their inability to face it, through no fault of their own. 

What I realized is that they are largely not seeing me. I remind them of yucky stuff inside themselves. Thats what they are rejecting. Im just a symbol for that. (I think people with outer planets on angles tend to be seen in this kind of symbolic way too). But we are not that symbol (Chiron in your case, Pluto in mine). My mistake was buying the idea that because others saw me in this way, then I must be this way. I dont know if you do this or not, but I just thought Id throw it out there.   

So Plutonian people tend to have others look at them like reflecting upon a "darker mirror"? Can you list some examples of how other people act weird around you because you're Plutonian? So we shouldn't take others view of us as a way of perceiving ourselves? 

I'm also Plutonian- does that contribute to my Chiron conjunct ascendant like you or is it not as intense? 

Thanks! 

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Teresina said
I have felt this way, but I’ve accepted and come with peace on it. Certain people will like me and other people not so much. There is a purpose to this. It weeds out people who will not get along with you anyway.

You are Moon-ruled with Cancer rising.

You have Uranus (odd) conjunct Neptune (sensitive) square your Moon (feelings) and Sun (identity). This Uranus-Moon square is on your angles, which emphasizes this energy. You feel (Moon) odd or different (Uranus), and you are (Sun). You may feel (Moon) awkward (Uranus).

Transiting Pluto is squaring your Moon, activating this natal Uranus-Moon square, which may be why you are feeling triggered about this.

The idea you will never fit in with anyone is erroneous. It is a deceptive feeling. You may feel that way, but you will be able to find people you fit in with and can relate to somewhere! See, I am relating. We are all unique individuals, that is another commonality that we all share.   

I'm glad you were able to accept this. How long did it take you to come to terms with this? Yeah, the Pluto transit is hitting me hard to my moon. I'm not sure what it's supposed to bring, but it hasn't been easy lol. 

Thanks for showing me that silver lining. ? I guess I need some time to sort through all this. This has all been weighing down on me really hard in my life- especially at work because I'm awkward, don't fit in, get very anxious and then overthink everything. 

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anonymoushermit said
Unfortunately, I understand this feeling too much!

People will have different replies/responses to any thread.

For me, I'll say, have you checked your astrocartography? Your relationship with the city and/or state, that you live in? Sometimes you, and a place, are just not that compatible with each other!  

Would it really matter where I live in connection to this? Or is it something that I have to just own up and work through? 

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