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Pluto enters Aqua right after Saturn leaves

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Saturn has been putting pressure on the fixed signs since 2020. 

Lucky us, Pluto is going to enter Aquarius right after Saturn leaves. So, from 2023 till 2044 Pluto is going to form a hard aspect to all the fixed signs. 

Leo, Aquarius, Scorpio and Taurus. 

From what I understand, anything you've repressed will resurface. And supposedly success will come from how you manage these moments. Push it all down or investigate it and bring it out and stare it down. 

At any rate for 21-22 years this circus will be going on. May be the thing that finally kills me.  Am I going to live to be 88-90 years old? With Pluto on my azz like this? Come on.... is this a cosmic joke? 

What do you have in fixed signs? What house(s)? I don't even need to keep repeating it because I am sick of it myself... but, 5 planets in Scorpio, Taurus moon.

The pivotal point is when Pluto forms an exact aspect to your personal planets (otherwise it will be a subtle undercurrent) ... but what if ALL your personal planets are fixed? 

And let's not even talk about how SLOW Pluto moves.  I haven't wanted to bring this up because the Cardinal signs are already exhausted from Pluto in Cap. (where my rising and DSC are) I am too.... 

Thoughts? 

 

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Howdy Soup  --  Baby boomer here......from the Pluto in Leo generation.  Close to twenty years with Pluto in Leo.  Leo, another fixed sign.  We all got through it.  We accomplished some good stuff and made a real mess of some things.  I feel that Pluto in Leo presented a more optimistic spirit.  I feel that Pluto in Aqua will more fully bring forth more refined solutions.  Pluto in Leo was very much about me, me, me.  Hopefully, Pluto in Aqua will be more about the betterment for mankind in general.  The biggest challenge is that the fixed signs hate change  --  and Pluto seldom cares about those high sensitivities towards change.  Just make it happen.

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@sun-mar Thank you for responding. Fixed signs do hate change. We go out kicking and screaming and hanging on ... we leave claw marks on everything we have to let go of.

I like the betterment of mankind though... that is right up my alley. And I believe it's necessary. Something has to change. I am over watching selfishness. I am over watching people being split down the middle. Shouldn't we all be on the same side? It's so painful for me to watch I no longer turn on the TV. I can't do it. 

Pluto is going to square my 6. One right after the next. Maybe I will be dead before it squares my moon. Or worse, I have to live through it. haha I'd seriously rather it square anything other than my moon 😬 

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@sun-mar -- Your right sun-mar...Baby boomer here too; especially those born '46-'47 who have Saturn/Pluto conjunct.

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hi @soup, always love your comments here 🧡

also musing about the interesting times ahead 😂

well in fixed there is - moon scorpio, mercury venus in leo, mc taurus, ic scorpio, all in mid range degrees to get through v e r y  s l o w l y topped off with late degrees ascendent leo/descendent aquarius 👌

i figure i can’t avoid it so it has to be something i will be able to handle, or it will finish me (or both Smile

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@plutopussycat  You have a Scorpio moon ❤️ (my people!) I adore the Scorpio moons! I love moon Pluto people too. (you have Venus in Leo... love that for you!) 

I was looking at my trash BC haha and trying to look ahead... how old will I be when Pluto squares my moon and puts me in the fetal position? I was thinking ... well... maybe I will have dementia by then and wont know its going on LOL 

I have handled all the rest of these intense transits, I will either sink or swim I guess 🤣 

No matter how hard we try to prepare, you can't! xo

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@soup bless you! 🧡 

making me laugh, thinking about the state we might be in when it gets ‘serious’ 🤣 

yeah, sink or swim. though i’m hoping with all the water (cancer moon) i’m winning some kind of olympic medal 🐬

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* cancer Sun 

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@plutopussycat Cancer sun. My favorites right next to Pisces sun. Love love love...

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Most of my chart falls between 29Sag and 0 Aqua, so I got a prolonged square from Pluto from age 9 into adulthood. It was challenging but being a child you just think that's the way life is. So I didn't really get the Pluto thing until it conjuncted all those placements. I will be glad to see the back of it. 

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@jana I have been watching one of my GD's go through it. She has really tried to ride out a rough patch. Well, I looked at her BC and I can see why its happening and its going to keep happening though high school (I hate that so much for her) But, when its over she is going to be so strong. It will build character. We don't understand what is going on in childhood. I didn't. But then I look at what was going on, where Pluto was when I was a kid... it all makes sense now. 

Pluto being slow... it can be a slow burn. I look back at it when it was conjunct my stellium in the 4th and for 20 years there was one stupid thing after the next. My home changed several times... so did the person I was attached to. 

When I look back at my life, I think... WHY? Why so much Pluto? Why so many planets in one spot? When I get hit I get hit hard... and for a long time. People say, well you'll be better for it when its over. I am tired of learning things to be honest haha There is never a new theme. It's always family and relationships. Vomit!!!! 🤮 

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I’ll throw my hat in this ring. Scorpio Moon also with 7 total fixed planets of which 4 are personal.  And to add to the excitement my IC is 1 degree Aquarius.  On the plus side I lived through Pluto in Scorpio in my first house many years ago as a teen and young adult.  There are many stories from that time but that’s what life is.  Knowing astrology for this long transit will be of help, I’m sure.

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@myrna (Scorpio moon 😍 ) 7 fixed 4 personal (hugs flying in) I got the 6! It's hard working with all this fixed energy! This crap is going to leave a mark on us...

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Great, this will never end, like the last almost 14 years of Pluto in Cap wasn't enough. But well, as @plutopussycat said, I hope I'll handle it, or just won't 🤣 Moon in Leo, Mars, Saturn in Scorpio, and Asc in Scorpio. 

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@dori Pluto in Cap was a struggle for me! I got some grandkids out of it which was amazing BUT damn... I went thru some real illness, some mystery illness, fell down a flight of stairs and broke my tailbone. Fell down the back deck stairs and broke an ankle. A dog pulled me down, broke another ankle. (damn bone stuff) Dental work! Developed arthritis in my lower spine. Broke every finger on my hands... two huge surgeries... beat my body to pieces! As it moved closer to my DSC all my relationships were questionable... now IDGAF haha bye.. no thanks to all that. I went into business and OUT of business (thanks CV for destroying 15 years of hard work in one swoop!) (never worked physically harder in my life) 

If Pluto in Aquarius is worse? Well... I won't have the physical strength to stand up to it so...  

I know what Pluto does when it's in hard aspect to my stellium and moon. It's so painful personally. My poor moon... gonna dig a hole in the back yard and jump in. Enough is enough. (I know it's years away but the dread!) I can feel this stuff before it's exact and I hate it. I am so glad we are talking about it. 

You have a Leo moon.. I bet your hair is gorgeous! ❤️ (Scorpio rising 😘 ) 

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@soup OMG soup, this is really terrible, I do hope you are better now or at least getting better and from the bottom of my heart, I wish these struggles are behind you now. I don't know what Pluto in Aqua will bring us, I doubt some of us will be happy with it, but I truly believe we can do it. I personally had terrible losses during this time, but I've learned something great, which I see you have no matter what. Humor. Smile

 

Gorgeous hair, I wish soup, my whole life. It's flat, lifeless and even my hairdresser says, I'm so sorry I can't do curls for you, it will get flat until you get home. 😀 My mum had gorgeous hair, and my brother has it too, Leo rising, both. Smile But I do love my Leo moon and Scorpio rising ❤️ 

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@dori I love your Leo moon and Scorpio rising too!! I am so sorry for your losses. Me too... oh yes, me too. You are right though.. we have really learned some deep lessons. 

I was crying this morning. My husband listened. I said you know.... I don't want to sit around and feel sorry for myself but I do feel like a fool. I feel like a complete fool. Used. Used in the worst way. 

I ran around and gave all my time and energy to something I really believed would help some people that really don't seem to think I matter a damn. And when I did it I did not do it for any recognition .... I jumped in blindly to help. The help was necessary ... they really needed help. And, while it did make a difference in the lives of 4 people my husband and I are the only ones that seem to be able to see it. 

Of course, to really be of help we do it because the need is there. Never because we want a parade in return. You see a need. It will change lives. You do it. It's the smug .... never really needed you at all attitude, that stings. They act like they did it on their own. I told my husband maybe that is the real gift. Them thinking they did this alone probably gives them the confidence they need to keep things afloat. The reality is thousands of dollars and years of sacrifice from us is how their boat is floating today. 

I guess the payoff is that they are stronger for it. Would I do it again knowing what I know now? Yes. So... I move on. 

I had a good final cry. Time to move on. It made a difference, that is all that matters. 

Without a sense of humor, what would we do dori? 

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