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Unread 07-23-2018, 05:28 PM
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Whats pluto doing to my sun/moon midpoint ?

Ive only just learnt about calculating midpoints, my sun/moon midpoint is at 18 degrees cancer, and ive just realized now that Tr pluto's moving to be opposing it.

As its a midpoint, what exactly should i be feeling from this pluto opposition ?

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Re: Whats pluto doing to my sun/moon midpoint ?

Hi. In my experience, aspects from transiting planets need small orbs - perhaps of 20' max even this case of an opposition to such an important midpoint. Sometimes, little or nothing is notices, but it is more likely if the transiting planet stations within a very small orb.

As for what to expect, any of the usual Pluto themes could crop up, but partnership and inner work could be emphasised.

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Re: Whats pluto doing to my sun/moon midpoint ?

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Hi. In my experience, aspects from transiting planets need small orbs - perhaps of 20' max even this case of an opposition to such an important midpoint. Sometimes, little or nothing is notices, but it is more likely if the transiting planet stations within a very small orb.

As for what to expect, any of the usual Pluto themes could crop up, but partnership and inner work could be emphasised.

Best wishes

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The orb is quite small already, midpoint is 18 degrees cancer and pluto at present is rx at 19,07 reaching exactness around sept....so maybe more towards sept i feel it.

Ive also just read that sun/moon midpoints are about relationships...so a r'ship theme of pluto, sounds just about right for how they usually are.
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Re: Whats pluto doing to my sun/moon midpoint ?

Hi. Transiting Pluto is at 19 degrees 40 minutes of Capricorn at the moment, and stations at 18 degrees 45 minutes on October 1st. Unless your Sun/Moon midpoint is further along the 19th degree of Cancer than, say, 18 degrees 20 minutes, you may not experience much at all.

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