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Unread 09-06-2012, 10:50 PM
thespunkysagittarius thespunkysagittarius is offline
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Synastry - Pluto conjunct North Node (soulmate?)

I have been a student of astrology for many years, and will be probably for the rest of my life as it fascinates me and every time I turn around it seems Im discovering something new and I love it!

There is a specific astrological connection in a synastry chart that I am on a quest to find out everything I can about it -- one persons pluto conjuncts another person north node in a synastry chart. If anyone has this connection in a synastry chart I would sooooo love to hear your story and am extremely curious to know if that person is still in your life in anyway (even if its a phone call or email every 3 or 6 months) and if that person played any type of important role in your personal growth?

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Unread 09-09-2012, 08:40 PM
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Re: Synastry - Pluto conjunct North Node

A friend of mine left her husband for a man whose NN is conj her Pluto (Libra). His Venus is also conj her SN so it's hard to say. But what I do know is, it took at least 7 years for anything to happen. Deep longings. They met at work, and have loved one another since that very moment. When they did eventually 'take it there' she soon became pregnant with his child & they got married. They have a nice little family now, and her daughter from the previous marriage is very much a part of their life together. Her ex husband wasn't exactly ideal; they were young and he had some very bad habits. In some way, she found everything she never had before in what she has now.
"Because I never have any definite destination. This ship is not for going to places, but for getting away from them. When I stop at a port, it's only for the sheer pleasure of leaving it. I always think: here's one more place that can't hold me."
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Unread 09-10-2012, 06:28 AM
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Re: Synastry - Pluto conjunct North Node

I had a relationship with someone NN's conjunct my Pluto. It was a deep, intense relationship. Didn't work out but in several ways I am such a different person. Changed me to the core. Complete transformation. I think its a very positive contact in synastry.
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Re: Synastry - Pluto conjunct North Node

My ex-husband have his pluto (12 house - ruler of his chart) contacting my north node....volatile, transformative relationship, but had enough of it. We are friends, since we have our daughter, but every time he is around i feel bad afterwards. He is a sweet and kind person, so am i, but our energy together is such an unrelaxed vibe.. feels like we are fighting for power. So not erotic, loving or intimate for us, never has been. Feels like being intimate with an enemy. It has always been like that actually.
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