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balooga 10-08-2019 04:44 PM

Surgery during an exact Pluto natal Pluto square
 
I'm having my tonsils removed at the end of November, and I checked my transits to see that tPluto will be exactly square my natal Pluto. Natal Pluto is in the 12th, transit in the 3rd. Any thoughts on this? Would you reschedule? I only hesitate since it's oral/throat surgery and Pluto (and Saturn) are both transiting my 3rd house. Thoughts?

balooga 10-08-2019 04:50 PM

Re: Surgery during an exact Pluto natal Pluto square
 
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I attached my chart with transits for the day of surgery. Thank you in advance!

greybeard 10-08-2019 05:40 PM

Re: Surgery during an exact Pluto natal Pluto square
 
Well, Pluto is "extirpation", fitting for a tonsillectomy.

balooga 10-08-2019 06:03 PM

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Originally Posted by greybeard (Post 1004633)
Well, Pluto is "extirpation", fitting for a tonsillectomy.

Oh that's a good point! Do you think the square would indicate it will be difficult? I mean it's an adult tonsillectomy, I know it will be difficult, but I guess the square is what's making me hesitant. I'm probably still going to do it, though. I don't think with the infections I keep getting it can be avoided at this point. Note that Saturn is also opposite my natal mercury right now! These tonsil issues started around the time the Saturn mercury transit started.

Thank you for your reply!

greybeard 10-08-2019 06:49 PM

Re: Surgery during an exact Pluto natal Pluto square
 
The transits look ok. Proceed.

Lin 10-19-2019 04:03 PM

Re: Surgery during an exact Pluto natal Pluto square
 
You can't escape the Pluto transit as it is very long. And it is a "generational" aspect. But Other transits seem fine, considering it's surgery.
I am wondering why you are worried about it....it is one of the most common surgeries there is.
Is there something else that could impact this issue?
Or don't you trust your surgeon?

LIN


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