Posted by NãoSouEuéaOutra | Posted in | Posted on 10:39
This story is about a friend of mine who also has Virgo Rising but a higher degree and thus she’s had Pluto transiting her 5th House for a little more than a year now.
She was single up until… 6 months ago or so. And then she met Pluto. She met a man but she also met Pluto.
And I couldn’t even call this a cautionary tale because I don’t know where these two will end up. Call it a love story. In progress.
Yesterday we were chatting on-line and she was telling me details without telling me the whole story (typical) and recounting a conversation with the man, and with her Pluto.
That the man had asked her a question and her answer was “Because you’re mine.”
She was shocked by her words. Too late.
She told me I’ve never said anything like that in my life. Never felt it. Never knew it. Never said it.
Pluto takes possession. Wherever he is transiting, so will you.
I listened closely for her wisdom because I am beginning this transit myself.
You will encounter Pluto where he transits. You will encounter Pluto people. You will project your Pluto. There may be obsession. There may be crisis. Impulses you cannot explain. Emotional intensity, profundity. Avoid power struggles is the wisdom. Yeah, good luck with that ;) You will desire and desire and desire.
When your answer to a question is “Because you’re mine” what can follow? I think it’s either/or. The person surrenders to you because he/she knows it’s true. Or they fight it. And whether or not they tell you they fight it is another matter.
You know what? I am looking forward to this transit. All of us Pluto in Virgo generation will benefit from Pluto in Capricorn (a trine) but there’s more–
And it’s not that I’m born again (Pluto rules rebirth) but that I become more myself under this transit. And it feels good. 5th House. That my 1st House Pluto is at home again (instead of being squared, pushed, punched by Pluto in Sagittarius) and could potentially say things like:
You are mine. This is mine. I am mine.
Not to take from anyone, but to desire, indivisibly, and that all shall proceed from that point, single-mindedly and bloom the dark blooms so beautiful to Pluto people :)
Do you know Pluto?
from, Moon Pluto
Pluto Transits Through Your Fifth House
Pluto Transits Through Your Fifth House
Pluto Transits Through Your Fifth House: This is the house of romance, creativity, and children, as well as gambling and speculation. Pluto is the planet of extremes and obsessions. If you like to gamble, watch out for this one. It can lead to gambling fever, which usually leads to big losses. The same is true of the stock market. Astrology aside, it’s usually a good idea to keep the bulk of your retirement somewhere safe. That is especially true during a transit like this, especially if Pluto is making stress aspects (conjunction, square, or opposition) while going through this house. You may become obsessed with gambling during this time, but the same is true for other Fifth House matters, like sports, games, or hobbies. Enjoy, but be careful about going overboard.
If you are in the creative arts, however, what the heck. Pull out all the stops. You may do something really great.
Of course, the 5th House rules Romance. Any love affairs at this time are less likely to be light flings. More like obsessions. Watch out for jealousy, which is another Pluto problem. Relationships can have a therapeutic effect on you during this transit. Or they can drive you to therapy. Pluto rules extremes, after all. Be careful of power struggles with children (yes, that happens). And try not to drive them too hard while Pluto is around.
Pluto Transits in Aspect to the Natal Sun: When transiting Pluto makes a stressful aspect to your natal Sun (a conjunction, opposition, or square) the first thing you notice is that you feel very drained. I remember when this one first hit me. To be certain that it was Pluto, I called someone whom I knew had this transit a few years earlier. “Oh yes” she said. “That was the year I thought I was being pursued by demons”! Pluto is a slow moving planet, so its effects will last about two years. Little things that you would normally ignore will suddenly seem extremely significant and overwhelming. Yes, you can feel drained, sometimes very drained. But the worse this gets, the more people around you will say how wonderful you look. That’s Pluto. Makes you look great on the outside while feeling terrible inside. It’s not called the planet of extremes for nothing. I’ve also noticed that in about a third of the cases, there is an attack of insomnia. Pluto doesn’t want to be unconscious and vulnerable. So what do you do when this hits you? Take everything with that proverbial grain of salt. Just remember that it’s pretty much the same world as before the Pluto came around. It’s you that has changed. If anything gets to you, ask yourself if it would have irritated you a few years earlier. If the answer is no, then you know that it is just Pluto having some fun. Another thing you can do is to fix things up or throw them out. Pluto “energy” is great for rehabilitation or elimination. As for the insomnia, as W.C. Fields once said, the best thing is to “get plenty of sleep”. The transiting sextile and trine aspects are totally different. They can make you feel energized, stronger, less fearful. Like all “good” aspects though, they tend towards laziness. Things are going your way, so why push. But this is the best time to make that extra effort because the “good” aspects open doors for you. Take advantage of that new found energy. One more thing. Resist the sudden urge you may get to dominate others, even if “they are asking for it”. If you are normally passive, Pluto can easily bring people into your life who will try to dominate you. Or you may suddenly have the desire to be very aggressive. See if you can transmute that into assertiveness instead.