The astrologer, Stephen Forrest, is surely one of the Great Astrologers of our time (in my opinion), and as this particular matter of Pluto/Saturn/South Node is very relevant to us all in one way or another somewhere in our charts, I thought that his article would help to clarify the current and ongoing issues and difficulties that we’re all experiencing in some area of our lives:
https://www.forrestastrology.com/blogs/ ... south-node
A short extract:
“On March 28, 2019, Pluto and the lunar south node formed a conjunction. Since they both move slowly, the date itself is not terribly important. At the beginning of March, the two points were already separated by less than 2°. And on the last day of April, their separation will only be 1° 55'. The Pluto-node interaction is ongoing, in other words, and we are all very much in the stew...
All of this is happening in the sign Capricorn, where the Pluto-node alignment is aided and abetted by the planet Saturn, also passing through that sign. This further intensifies and complicates the situation. Saturn’s fingerprints play an exaggerated role since Saturn is the ruler of Capricorn. Thus it is extra strong, and its energy pervades that South node.
In Saturn times, reality always faces us squarely – and invites us to do the same.
If you have any planets or sensitive points between 20° and 25° of Capricorn, these transits have your name on them. Almost the same level of relevance would apply if you have any astrological sensitivities in the same degree zones of the signs Cancer, Libra, or Aries...
Pluto always brings truth to the surface, especially the kinds of realizations that we tend not to welcome.
Saturn, as we saw, can also be confrontational: bills come due, hard choices must be made...
It is impossible, in other words, to look at this Spring astrologically without recognizing that both individually and collectively, the karmic chickens are coming home to roost.”
I strongly recommend reading the whole article !
Transits are the most obvious and immediately evident way in which astrological influences can be shown to continue beyond the natal horoscope. They are a rich and complex means of exploring and suggesting ongoing opportunities for personal/psychological development within, not only an individual, but also within Families, and Countries.
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