Pluto transiting natal Pluto/Jupiter midpoint

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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Re: Pluto transiting natal Pluto/Jupiter midpoint

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Hi PlutKrup,

I suspect that, other than working out these points for yourself, in order to find them you might need to purchase an astrology program that will do such for you.

Easy to search in Google for astro software, and some are free (though obviously may not give you what you're specifically looking for here).

Good Luck with your search.

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Re: Pluto transiting natal Pluto/Jupiter midpoint

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Dear Admin,

I have one question different from my previous thread.

At horoscopes.astro-seek.com I researched my transits and I have noted one exciting situation.

At the Natal Transits Search Engine (Solar Arc), it turns out to be that on the 26th of November 2030 the solar arc Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, Node, Lilith conjunct my natal Part of Fortune. In the 8th house in Leo.

Is this a mistake? Is this possible?

Thank you for your clarification!
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Re: Pluto transiting natal Pluto/Jupiter midpoint

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Hi PlutKrup,

Sorry, but that's not a way of using Solar Arcs that I've heard before, so I can't help you there.

It sounds interesting, and if or when I have the time I'll investigate it, but that's not likely to be before you find the answer to this question yourself.

It might be worth your while asking this question on the astro.com forum, or perhaps someone else here will be able to help you with this.

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