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music4am
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I've been doing a lot of research on my chart lately and I'm wondering how common it is to have four of the outer planets (Saturn, Uranus, Neptune & Pluto) transit (by conjunction) your Moon?    

Next, how common is it to have each of these planets pass over your Moon, then retrograde back over your Moon, then transit your Moon again? 

Finally, how common is it to have three of these, one after another, over a six-year time frame? 

For me, it was from age 11 to 17, so middle & high school time frame that Neptune started, then Uranus & Saturn followed with them both conjunct my Moon & retrograding back over it in the same 8 month time span.  Pluto took another 20 years, but again completed the same pattern of conjunct my moon, retrograde back over it, then conjunct again, over an (almost) 4year time frame.

I'm thinking that for each generation, there would be a certain subset of people that would experience (2-3) outer planet transits to their Sun or Moon.  

How many people here have experienced at least 2-4 outer planet transits (Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto) to either then Sun or Moon?  Any thoughts on that?

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Couple of things going here:  1).  Saturn, Uranus and Neptune all have a fairly set amount of time that it takes to move through each sign.  Saturn, about 2 1/2 years.  Uranus about 7 years, and Neptune approximately 14 years.  Now for Pluto, of course......it's always about Pluto........Pluto can spend anywhere from 14 to 30 years in any one sign.  The energy is a bit erratic.  Pluto in Leo, around 30 years.  In Virgo, about 15 years.  Libra is a bit shorter at 13 years, and really short (maybe we should thank the heavens) about 7 years.  Then Pluto hit a slow down and spent 13 years in Sagittarius.  A bit slower in Capricorn as Pluto moved into Cap in 2008 and will stay there through January 2024, so about 16 years.  Now you see from your own example, the possibility of having all four at the same time or within just a few years all hitting one point in the natal chart......ummmmm, not strong.  Now two or three, sure.  We have a whole generation of folks that were born with a very tight natal conjunction of Uranus Neptune in Capricorn. Had to be a lot of Cappy Moons out there.

RE:  Next, how common is it to have each of these planets pass over your Moon, then retrograde back over your Moon, then transit your Moon again?   --  Very common.  Many times transits from an outer planet can have up to five passes over a natal placement.  Once in a great while, I have seen Saturn also do the five pass dance, although three passes seems more then norm.

RE: I’m thinking that for each generation, there would be a certain subset of people that would experience (2-3) outer planet transits to their Sun or Moon.  I half way agree with this.  The example I listed above with Uranus Neptune, everybody born within several months on either side of the transit, that is a generational transit.  And it does not have to be with just the Sun and the Moon.  The Neptune Uranus conjunction, say someone is a Scorpio Sun with a Pisces Moon, BUT, their Venus is in Cap.........Y'all just know that Venus is just going to get pounded.  No two ways about that.

RE:  How many people here have experienced at least 2-4 outer planet transits (Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto) to either then Sun or Moon? Any thoughts on that?  Saturn, Uranus and Pluto to both Sun and Moon, add in Neptune to Moon.  My biggest problem with long term transits......I get bored with it all.  Short attention span.

Saturn, Neptune and Uranus transits all clumped together during the teen years, oh yeah, that can be extremely difficult.  Physical, mental and emotional growth are just all over the place.  On the other hand, these same three planets are once again huge triggers during the years of the mid-life crisis.

Good topic.

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I have a bunch of planets lodged in houses 1-3, so I've had Pluto, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Jupiter conjuncting my: Moon, Sun, Mars, Mercury, venus, Saturn, Jupiter for most of my adult life it seems lol. 

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Nah, nah.. Not really so.  Your Moon sign is not a generational thing, because the Moon changes signs every 2-and-a-half days, about.

The passage of those outer planets through those degrees _was_ a generational thing.  For the years it lasted, it affected you and everyone else having personal planets within orb & in aspect, during that time.  Everyone, meaning, people of every age were affected, if they had planets suspected by those transits.

I suspect that you gained insight, music4am, am I right to think so?

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Thanks, sun-mar, I really appreciate your response.  rnFirst, in response to the transit, retrograde & re-transit, I'm just gonna be super grateful that it was a just a once and done (5 times might have killed me!).  rnSecond, so you were speaking of the Uranus-Neptune natal conjunction and that gets me to wondering if people born with outer planets conjunct their Sun or Moon, are they more 'geared' towards it since it's natal energy for them, or did they just give themselves a lifetime to deal with it, or some other possibility??  I have Moon conjunct Jupiter(both opposing my sun) natally and it's an energy that I'm certainly attuned to.  But Jupiter energy is a bit easier to be attuned to than say Pluto (which I've got in spades as well).  rnThird, I'd eventually spread my findings to include other personal planets, but for simplicity (since I had a lot of questions) I tried to keep it to the two main lights (sun & moon).  :snickers about the 'all about Venus comment: :)rnFourth, Saturn, Uranus and Pluto conjunct both your Sun & Moon?  That makes me feel so much better about just conjunct my moon (though each did oppose my sun as it was conjunct my moon-I'm a full moon chicka).  Looking back, can you see differences between the transits or where they overlapping?  I don't necessarily get bored with long term transits, I just tend to process/learn more when 'looking back'.rnI will say I felt 'attacked' on many different levels during my teen years.  So much so, that I just wanted out and as soon as I graduated, I was outta there; not just family, (as I did feel a bit of support, however backwards it was) but also the city & state I was living in was not a fit for me.  I'd say I grew up fast, but then again, it was my teen years and that's what life was about (at the time).  Maybe I should say I grew up thoroughly, but being a cappy moon, I always felt 'old' or a serious sense of responsibility which kind of stinks when you're supposed to be 'young and carefree'.  rnMid-life has not been so bad, I did struggle a bit before Pluto was conjunct my Moon, which (unbeknownst to me) was actually my Pluto Square Pluto.  This was when I found Elsa and that has made a huge difference to me.  I've finished up my Uranus Opposition and my second Saturn Opposition (to itself).  I'm heading towards my Chiron Return in the next year or two.  rnGlad you liked the topic, just todays mind ramblings :).

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Jana that's interesting that it's been in your 1st three houses.  My Moon/Jupiter conjunction is in my 6th house, so that's where all the action has taken place.  Have they been stacked on top of one another, or has it been more separated? I wonder if it's easier to see each pass over your sun or moon in a more individualized way? Therefore gleaning a bit more insight from the pass of each outer planet over the Sun or Moon?

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