Which is worse, Pluto or Saturn transit to moon?
I am going trough a Saturn square moon transit now ( Libra moon 27 degrees) in the next years Pluto is coming for my moon. I am wondering which transit is more harsh? The transit of Saturn or Pluto?
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Saturn transiting the moon is depressing as hell. It's one of the worst transits in my experience, though it has purpose.
Pluto transits to the moon are longer lasting. How you feel about them are determined to some extent by your nature. But the moon and Pluto are both yin, so this is often a very personal transit. To look at you, a person would probably not be aware of your pain.
You're actually having both planets transit your moon at the moment. It's gruesome!
Pluto is pulled in because there is a stellium in the sign. It's also headed your way.
Right now, you have Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto transiting your moon. 2021, it will be just Pluto which will narrow the focus.
Both are hard transits.
Personally I find the Saturn transits to Moon (mine in the 8th) soul crushing and it's key to be mega gentle and kind with oneself during those transits. Home ideally is a safe refuge (vesta wrote a very descriptive account recently about this type of transit) and in my case I get depressed with these transits and use natural remedies to manage my low and tired/empty feelings and mood.
Once the transit is over clarity around key basic needs (Moon) is reached. It's very useful but I dread it when I see the transits coming.
My transit of Pluto opposite my Moon took me to very dark places and resulted in losses (deaths; loss of long term friends that no longer made sense in my life - and me in their lives - yet to which I hung tightly to which is Pluto.) The transit also brought inmense gains (via deaths) and in the end psychologically I was stronger after the transit was over.
I changed a lot actually. With Pluto the transformation is deep in some way.
Being aware of the transits is a huge advantage. You'll know when they're over which will give hope, perspective and faith (in the purposes of the transits.)
Bon courage like they say in France!