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Hey all 🙂 

I'm wondering if anyone has had some positive experiences whilst their progressed Moon was in Scorpio? It's coming up for me in a few months, and most things I've picked up seem to say it's pretty awful (Bernadette Brady's summary in 'Predictive Astrology' is quite sobering).

Looking back, last time my progressed Moon was in Scorpio, it was a dark time, kicked off by the death of my father(in the 10th house, no less!), but I seem to remember that by the end of the transit, I felt somewhat cleansed. This time around, it will start in the 8th house, but will be in the 9th after about 6 months.

There must be some positives from this transit, right? 😶 

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A lot of emotional strength and resilience, increased ability to transmute negative energy into positive energy and to get better at doing this. Yes, a lot of things come up to be cleared in this period, but the Pluto element allows you to do this more rapidly, but you need to keep your awareness on the presence of the gifts/tools it bestows in regards to healing rather than fixate on and get lost in what comes up. It's the processing element that should be the focus but it's easy to get lost in the raw material or circumstances. You can feel stripped down, let it happen. Good ability to read others, circumstances, energetically. If you were interested in doing therapy it would also be a good time as you can fast track healing, old material more accessible, or simply make more space to do this yourself.

 

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@sophiab doing this sounds very achievable, you've given a fantastic guide here, thank you! I recognise a lot of things I do here as a matter of course, but I know how hard it is to get paralysed, and forget the way forward. I will refer back to this when the time comes. Thanks again!

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@plutolover Glad it was helpful. I had progressed Moon in Scorpio a few years ago and just ended a solar return with Moon in Scorpio a few weeks ago. My progressed Moon is now in Capricorn, and solar return Moon in Aries, I'm noticing the shift. I like the strength of the Moon in Scorpio, it leaves its own legacy within you, ie, tools. Perhaps some Moon in Scorpio natives will add their experience too.

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@sophiab yes, I would love to hear from them!

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My progressed moon is in Sadge, which means it was in Scorpio a couple years back.  I enjoyed it for the most part, though I was immersed in shadow stuff.

I can see the progression here... now I'm preachy but this period will end shortly, thank God, as people avoid the truth at all cost. I am ready for the "downgrade". Smile

I would go with the energy. Family pathology but also healing. Your country as well / your roots.  It's important to connect with these things and ultimately empowering. 

I'm also trying to illustrate, it's a step in a process.

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@elsa this is very interesting regarding family/country roots - the past month or so, I've been musing and working on my family dynamics/dysfunctions that hopefully end with me. I'm also looking at ways of campaigning on behalf of my country, and the organisation I'm looking at is completely above-board, but often referred to as shadowy (it's in a different language).

Thank you, this is great food for thought!

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@plutolover you're welcome. What's in the blood, is truly, in the blood. No sense denying it. 

https://www.elsaelsa.com/astrology/pluto-in-aquarius-personal-stories/

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@elsa this is a great blog post, I remember reading it and thinking that yes, these things are in our DNA. My dad was a Scorpio, I will have much to chew on the next couple of years.

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@plutolover yeah, I like these topics and think they're extremely important but you see what happened to me there so back to la la land, fall in line with the Borg!

I recall my sister bitching about this, nearly 40 years ago. Point at us to avoid the mirror!

Anyway, this is Scorpio moon stuff.  You grapple with things that most block from their consciousness.

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@elsa I personally enjoy this kind of stuff, the digging and dirt, it's the unexpected pain and suffering, especially to my family, that throws me for a loop.

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@plutolover my husband mentioned once, people dig a shallow trench, 'round and 'round in a circle, getting nowhere.  If you want to truly understand things, you have to go deeper... p moon in Scorpio affords you the opportunity.

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@elsa I wholeheartedly agree. It's like the saying "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over, and expecting a different result". You've got to get your hands dirty.

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@plutolover it's like those slave ships... you're down below, rowing.

Some of us do nothing but!

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@elsa yes, the analogy of the calm swan, looking serene, paddling furiously beneath the water, unseen. I don't really express any of my inner workings to most people, they seem to prefer the gloss and lightness that's sold to them, I really make a meal of topics like this, it sustains me.

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@plutolover I don't see it that way.  People know the slaves are slaving away. They don't give a shit. They want the product they produce and it they die producing it, so what?

to be clear (edit) there is no swam in my movie.

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@elsa I see what you mean, I misunderstood.

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@plutolover yes. I'm talking Jean Valjean, prison ship.

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@elsa is this Les Miserables? I'm not too familiar with that story.

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@plutolover yes.  I hope you'll see it. You want the Anthony Perkins version

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0077936/?ref_=fn_al_tt_5

It's incredible.  Some guy I was dating insisted I watch it - I was 16 years old.  I am grateful to that guy to this day... it sucked me in right away.

Or this one

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0026725/?ref_=fn_al_tt_6

I saw the 1935 film, first, but I've seen both of these and they're both great. Just avoid the more modern versions.

It's really one of the best movies I've ever seen.

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@elsa thanks for this tip, modern films bore me, I'm really interested in older movies. I am going to get my partner to find this older version, he's a Scorpio Mars, I'm sure it'll be right up our street 👍

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@plutolover Great!  It will absorb you within ten minutes.  It truly magnificent.

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@elsa 👍 looking forward to watching it 

 

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@plutolover https://www.justwatch.com/us/search?q=Les%20Mis%C3%A9rables

look at all the versions!  Go with one of the two I tagged.

I've decided to watch it again tonight!

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@elsa have you any idea what platform they're on?

 

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Sorry to confuse, UK here 

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@plutolover that link shows you where you can watch for free. Justwatch, I mean.

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@elsa excellent, thanks!

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