Monday, June 30, 2014

Moon-Pluto Aspects: The Deep Well


With the Moon conjunct, opposite, square, sextile, or trine Pluto, you are a deep well. The Moon is the planet of emotional responses and needs, so the intense power of Pluto connected to it means that you don’t have a faint heart. Instead, all of the emotional energy of your Moon sign is strengthened and amplified, resulting in a highly emotional nature, even if your Moon sign is in Air or Earth. Now, being so emotionally intense can allow you to live a deeply fulfilled life of boundless inner riches. But, it could also be the source of an almost endless cycle of inner turmoil. For you, Moon-Pluto, the task is learning to deal with the very power of your emotions, as well as their source.



Like the Sun-Pluto individual, childhood can be a time where you learn the very painful lesson that intensity is not always so welcome in our society, leading you to later on to go to obsessive lengths to keep that very strong emotional life under wraps. Having Moon-Pluto means that you probably learned this lesson in the home, where you felt like one or both of your parents just wasn’t equipped to deal with your really powerful needs and feelings. As a child, a sense of your reactions being “wrong” somehow might have been subconsciously planted in your brain, forcing you to stuff them down more and more as the years went on. Because you felt so strongly about everything, your bond with your nurturing figure was very deeply rooted. As powerful of a connection as this might have been, there might have also been a pattern of the nurturing parent using various forms of manipulation to keep you in line or ensure the exact emotional responses that they wanted from you.

The unconscious quality of the Moon can make this aspect a particular blind spot. Unlike Sun-Pluto, conscious awareness of your emotional intensity usually takes a lot of personal growth and introspection to develop. It just seems like there’s this really overwhelming force that governs your life, yet you don’t know where it’s coming from exactly. Moon-Pluto people can suffer from excruciating fears because of this, which is why you might become so controlling and obsessive-compulsive in your habits. There’s a constant anxiety about the rug being pulled from underneath you, in this lower octave. You can also become too accustomed to subtly manipulating others to your advantage or to foster a feeling of emotional safety, repeating the pattern that your nurturing figure set for you.

Becoming aware of and accepting just how emotionally intense you are will result in a total transformation. Moon-Pluto people often feel “crazy” or like “freaks” for feeling as strongly as they do, resulting them in expressing their emotions in a very calm, controlled way that gives no hint to what’s really going on inside. That is, until you eventually explode/implode. All of this intensity gets you very much in touch with the darker spectrum of human emotion. This doesn’t make you psychotic. Knowing what incredibly deep pain, anger, fear, joy, and sadness feels like is what eventually allows you to be the highly evolved person that you have the potential to be.

For Sun-Pluto, the source of Plutonian strength is the sense of self and the vitality. For Moon-Pluto, the source of Plutonian strength is the emotional life. That’s right. Your emotions are your strength. That’s something every Moon-Pluto person should carve in stone somewhere to remember. You have to be really strong and powerful to be able to withstand the really strong and powerful emotions that you do on a regular basis, internally. This is what allows you to withstand them externally, rarely even flinching when faced with an explosion or a meltdown from someone else. This is never “scary” to you. It’s just real. This ability to handle the most intense forms of emotional honesty is a real source of power for you and what can give you a transformative effect on those around you.

People are always very magnetically drawn to Plutonians, but for different reasons. With Moon-Pluto, you draw people to you, far and wide, because of your innate potential for profound compassion and deeply felt understanding. This is when you’re on the higher octave, but even lower octave Moon-Pluto people display this wonderfully refreshing ability to just “get it.” You exude this and become this very powerful nurturing figure who people can’t help but lean on in difficult times. You’re never going to be one to waver, when times get tough, and know how to ride all those up’s and down’s, while holding firmly on to someone else’s hand. There’s a tremendous healing potential with this placement, in the sense of you using that exceptional radar to pick up on someone’s baggage, their emotional issues, and what’s holding them back and teach them how to release it.

This only comes, however, when you can truly release the qualities of your Moon sign, without shame or fear. More than any other Plutonian, you must come to terms with your vulnerability, surrendering to the true emotional needs of your Moon sign, eliminating any childhood insecurities or complexes surrounding them. Be fluid and allow your emotional energy to totally flow, without interference. Don’t worry about if being “too emotional” makes you weak. Remember, your emotions are your strength. In fact, it’s Pluto’s intense connection to the primal Moon that gives you an incredible survival instinct that you don’t even fully understand, at times. You’re formidably resourceful. They might hurt you, betray you, take everything from you, but you will always survive, with the raw intensity and ferocity of a jungle animal. But, accept the fact that you can be wounded also (in fact, very deeply) and need the time to be able to heal from that.

The fact that you’re a deep well is something that people will be able to pick up on, Moon-Pluto, once you’ve reached self-acceptance. You won’t be afraid to show your soul to someone intimately, including the rawest, ugliest, dirtiest parts. If you have any sort of creative talent, you’re likely to go very far. The number of very talented famous actors with Moon-Pluto aspects is very high, as these are people who know how to dig painfully deep inside of themselves and express emotional truths that others wouldn’t dare to contemplate. This is yet another way that your emotional life can make you a very powerful being. You have an incredible access into all the corners of this inner world, even if you don’t share this with everyone else. After all, you know how much people can handle and when. Still, it’s an inner knowledge that never leaves you, aided by the uncanny intuition that you display. The Moon is intuitive and Pluto is scarily perceptive. Blend them together and, well, let’s just say you should always trust your intuition. Just rid yourself of excess paranoia and insecurity and it’ll rarely ever fail you.

People can be unnerved by you, as it seems like that instinctive radar of yours strips them bare and reveals all their secrets to you. Often times, people compulsively spill to you anyway, without you having to do much of anything. Yet, even when you're really intimate with someone, they still won't completely know you. Moon-Pluto is incredibly complex, so you’re always going to be something of a mystery. Still, learn the importance of real trust, as well as not stirring up emotional intensity just for the sake of it. Since the Moon rules intimacy, you can establish very strongly intimate bonds with those who you deem worthy. It’s a connection that can be wordless, but full of immense passion. Having this passion is of the utmost importance to you and, when you’re a high-octave Moon-Pluto, you’ll seek it in healthy ways. This not only means very deep honesty and making other people feel totally alive, but establishing mind-blowingly intense sexual connections with your partner.

Pluto’s about busting taboos and sexuality is, still, one of them to a certain degree in our society. Having a Moon-Pluto aspect means that deeply fulfilling sex is an undeniable need of yours, as the Moon represents our needs. It’s also a need for you to break through all of the negative attitudes surrounding the act of sex that might have been imparted to you – and, more or less, to us all – via your upbringing and/or society. Once you reprogram yourself to fully enjoy sex, it’s something that’s like breathing to you. You have a very instinctive understanding of sex and how to sexually connect to someone in an intimate setting. This is a really raw energy that attracts many, but you must use this magnetism to engage with others and guide them toward a much more sex-positive way of living.

Moon conjunct Pluto: With the conjunction, the principles of the Moon and Pluto are so innately fused that it’s an inherent part of life for you. The most fearlessly introspective of the Moon-Pluto group, you’re capable of confronting every hidden or not-so-pretty emotion, desire, memory, or complex that drives your behavior. It’s not even a conscious thing, though. You just automatically do it. While this means you probably live with a profound level of self-awareness that most wouldn’t even be able to handle without running away scared, remember that there can be such a thing as too much digging. Just settle for coming back up to the surface on a regular basis and simply gazing up at the clouds instead. It doesn’t make you “shallow”. It’ll just keep you balanced.

Moon square or opposite Pluto: The square and the opposition can make your Moon-Pluto energy harder to handle than the other aspects. Projection, in particular, can be an all-out addiction for you, causing you to label everyone else as having the problem or possibly the world as being unfeeling. It might take some effort for you to really stop and look inside of yourself for the true source of the issue. However, you’re often much more skilled at looking inside others and figuring out their damage and just how to heal it. When you can do this for yourself, then this effort at healing others becomes much more powerful and authentic, because you truly know what it feels like. It takes a lot of effort for you to truly change your inner self, but it’s a thorough transformation once you finally do.

Moon sextile or trine Pluto: The sextile and trine allow your Moon-Pluto energy to flow the easiest. Out of the group, you probably have the least trouble with trying to control others’ emotions or even your own. However, that’s not saying that you don’t know how to manipulate, because you certainly do. But, you only exercise this manipulation when you feel like there’s an absolute need to. Unlike the conjunction, square, or opposition, you can be hit hard by tragedy but you’re not too resentful or scarred about it. You simply chalk it up to the impermanence of life and keep moving resourcefully ahead. But, be careful that you’re not too ruthless in your desire to start a new chapter. It can be all too easy for you to leave the “old” behind, even when it’s another person. 

53 comments:

  1. Great in depth article. Love it! Curious how Pluto Libra 5th house conjunct Venus Libra, both opposition Moon Aries 11th. I read the Venus article. Great stuff. But curious how this color what is written about Pluto when its in libra opposing a Aries moon?

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  2. Thanks! Pluto in Libra is a generation that is focused on the deeper, nitty-gritty aspects of a relationship. With Pluto opposing your Aries Moon, then this will become a big theme in your relationships, I'm assuming. You probably veer back and forth, in an extreme way, from feeling very co-dependent (Libra) to striking out and wanting your independence (Aries). You have to learn to find a balance. Aries Moon in aspect to Pluto is very, very passionate, a real truth-teller, even if it comes off as brutally honest. You tend to be very rough and intense in temperament, but you're also much more easily hurt than people know. Its placement in the 11th makes you very committed to certain causes, probably fighting for the underdog.

    Libra Venus conjunct Pluto brings an even more intense focus on relationships and romance, in particular, especially since it's in the 5th house. Your attractiveness to your preferred sex is probably extremely important to you, to the degree where you might be plagued with overwhelming insecurities. But, when you let go of these insecurities, you'll realize how incredibly attractive you are. You have a very powerful magnetism, especially when focused on getting a love interest. Because of Libra's savvy charm and Pluto's intense power, you can pretty much work your magic on anyone.

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  3. Thanks so much for the reply. Cool. But how would this effect my own relationship with myself... My inner life, as the outer relationships are merely a reflection of my inner life. I find my self still stuck co-dependent on the unhealthy mothering I received where my strong emotions, or this overwhelming force,considered darker, weren't nurtured, hence rejected cut off, repressed, by the main nurturing parent and yet me wanting independence from that teaching, that mothering... I dont have relationships with people, a as people usually trigger all those emotions, I tried to lock away in my subcon, and then projecting and all that stuff makes everything foggy, which hence I know its all coming from me, but all that repressed energy has to come out somehow, at the wrong places and wrong time. All my relationships are like a groundhog day effect. So I guess Im trying to figure out Pluto and Libra nitty gritty aspects of a relationship.. But what about the nitty and gritty aspects of ones inner relationship that manifests all the outer relationships between masc fem, or mind and emotions, etc,?

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  4. Hi, DLeo. Sorry for the delayed response. I think what you were talking about is a common thing for most Moon-Pluto individuals. The issues with the mom eventually become a hindrance in their relationships. I'm guessing, with an Aries Moon in aspect to Pluto, your mom could be very domineering and/or there was a really intense power struggle that went on between you two, to the point of it becoming contentious at times. (However, this might have also been a part of your bond)

    I think that the major thing you have to do is find a way to come to peace with your relationship with your mother. You have to stop being angry at her for what she couldn't give you or for the way that she is. You have to use that Moon-Pluto emotional insight and inner strength in order to nurture yourself. It's best for people with this position to learn how to take care of themselves emotionally, so they're not expecting it from others. When you don't expect other people to give to you, then you're much more free to just give those inner riches to other people, in terms of listening to them and being insightftul and a source of strength for them.

    What Moon-Pluto needs is definitely an outlet for all of that emotional energy, though. It cannot be repressed. It just needs to be directed toward other areas of expression. Try some sort of journaling or creativity to get all of that OUT. It definitely needs to be released. But, I would say that having this position means that you are going to be enigmatic and complex in your close relationships, regardless. That doesn't mean that you need to be emotionally repressed and twisted up, though, if that makes sense. It just means that your purpose is to find a channel for all of that emotion that prevents you from being dependent on other people, while being available enough for their needs. And when you're emotionally available enough, and not focused on your own unmet needs (Moon-Pluto folks can become OBSESSED with this dynamic in their relationship, feeling that they're so misunderstood and/or neglected), then you have the clarity and balance to delve into those nitty gritty places more.

    I can't give you all the answers, of course, as this is your life's journey. But, I'm sure, with this placement, that you'll be able to figure it out. Hope that helps. :)

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  5. Hi there! Just bumped into your illuminating articles about the Pluto aspects. Since I have both my Sun and Moon conjunct Pluto (Sun and Pluto Libra 12 th, Moon Virgo 11 th) I guess both your articles were pertinent to me. If you can delve a bit into this particular combination I would appreciate it. Thank you.

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  6. Yeah, sure. So, your Moon-Pluto conjunction doesn't take place in the same sign, which adds a different energy to your Moon. Pluto in Libra is a generation obsessed with the dynamics of a relationship and what makes it fall apart/rebuild. So, that's what your Virgo Moon is going to be intensely preoccupied with, in a way that likes to analyze things between you and another person closely. But, it might get to be suffocating or destructive, especially when your criticism does more harm than helping. It's important for Virgo Moons to know the true meaning of constructive criticism and giving it sparingly, instead of all the time. But, with powerful Pluto connected to your Moon, this is even more urgent for you, as your criticisms can either heal or destroy. Your Moon is in the 11th, meaning that you need a great deal of personal space and freedom. You need the independence to make your own choices, no matter how unusual they are. But, Pluto wants to bond deeply and since it's in your 12th House, that need can make it hard to tell where you end and another person begins. Therefore, an inner conflict can exist between these two needs that you're going to have to work out.

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  7. Thank you Wayman! My criticism comes sparingly enough, but when it comes yeah it doesn't leave much room for rebuilding. Alas between what I see has the truth and compromise, I always go for the truth. If the other side can't handle it, well maybe things weren't meant to be. I wonder if having this double Sun and Moon conjuction means that the source of my particular Plutonian strength is the sense of self And that sense is essentially emotional!? Don't know if that's the best or worst of both worlds.

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  8. Do you consider the quincunx in the same category or less influential? My aries moon in 11 is at focal point of yod configuration with pluto in 4 and neptune in 6. is this similar to opposition square interp?

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    1. I don't work with the quincunx unless it's a really tight orb. Some astrologers might disagree with me on that but I prefer sticking to the five major aspects. I just think they're much more powerful and influential.

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  9. Your article just told my life story from my mother not being able to give me the care that i needed to having to learn how to trust myself and heal myself. I have Scorpio moon with the moon conjunct Pluto not to mention sun trine pluto, sun trine moon ,moon trine mars, sun conjunct mars, plus moon and pluto in the 8th house along with saturn and libra being the ruler. Lastly I'm a cancer sun with pisces rising, so with all of that I'm mostly water. How would you describe a person like me.

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    1. I'd generally say very high sensitivity and intuitive skills. You've got psychic instincts that must be trusted because they're usually dead-on. Basically, everything about your Scorpio Moon is amplified, maybe times three, because of it being in the 8th and conjunct Pluto. All of that intensity needs an outlet. You're very passionate and deep, as well as very complex, which might make you secretive, at times, about your feelings or your problems. Yet, you're assertive, courageous and adventurous, with all of that Mars action going on.

      I wish you luck on your healing process, by the way! :)

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    2. Thank you very much for the reply and everything you said makes sense because to be honest i feel more like a Scorpio than a Cancer. I know with the moon and Pluto connection it makes me even more deep and more Scorpio like. Could you tell me how one can balance and mangers Scorpio and Taurus energy because I have Venus in Taurus and venus in 3th house and my north mode is in Taurus. With that i have a huge Scorpio force as you know, so what's your take on it.

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    3. You're welcome. I'd just say find ways to be passionate and intense but still stay grounded and balanced. I think we can always overcome the negatives of one sign but incorporating the positives of its opposite. Don't let your Scorpio side get so intense that it becomes unbalanced and unreasonable. And, at the same time, don't let your Taurus side be so rooted that it's not able to embrace Scorpio change and transformation.

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  10. Hi Wayman, just stumbled onto another interesting article from you. Quick question however, I have a Leo moon fourth house making an opposition to Uranus and neptune and a trine to Pluto. Genuinely the only time I ever feel emotionally intense and deep is when I am angry. Is this normal or is it because of the other aspects to my moon? Both Uranus and neptune are in tenth house in my natal chart. Thanks in advance

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    1. Some Moon-Pluto people aren't comfortable feeling vulnerable so the only way emotion gets expressed is through rage, which leads to an over-indulgence in anger. Because anger is possibly the least vulnerable emotion because it puts you in attack mode, which fuels the negative destructiveness that Moon-Pluto are capable of. Embrace your entire range of feelings. It's alright to express rage, in healthy, non-toxic ways. But, also allow yourself to cry. Be happy without worrying about it being temporary. Open yourself up to people emotionally in some way and express true warmth toward them. Once Moon-Pluto can get to this place, they discover just how incredibly deep they are, to be able to feel all of these emotions with such amazing power and vividness. Remember, your feelings (and all of them) are your strength, with this placement.

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  11. Hi Wayman. I stumbled here by searching for moon sextile pluto, my natal aspect. I don't competely understand it and asking if you might lend a helping hand. Virgo moon in H10 sextile Scorpio Pluto in H12. Also, how might this aspect be telling of my parents, as I understand moon also represent mother. Thank you, Wayman.

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    1. Moon sextile Pluto has very strong feelings but this aspect finds it easier to use them in an empowering way. Virgo Moon sextile Pluto is going to drive you to figure out your feelings very clearly but you might become too obsessed with analyzing them, sometimes. With the Moon in the 10th, your mother/mother figure was very career-oriented or a strong influence in your community but might have also pushed you a bit too much or had too high expectations of you. With your Moon in Virgo, I think that's even truer and it's given you a deep need for success, recognition, or status of some kind. Since Pluto's in the 12th House, watch out for possibly trying to project your darkness on to other people.

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  12. Hi,

    I came across your site while searching for Moon-Pluto aspects. I found your article very in-depth so I was wondering if you could help me interpret these aspects in my chart as an overall:

    Taurus Sun 8th square Leo Moon 11th
    Moon square Scorpio Pluto 2nd
    Sun opposite Pluto

    I feel like the connection of my Sun and Moon to each other and both with Pluto has some importance in my life but I can't figure it out because of the grief and turmoil/intensity it gives me. Any insight would be very appreciated. Thank you!

    -Diana

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    1. Both Sun opposite Pluto and Moon square Pluto makes it harder for you to identify with that intensity because you might either project it too much or try to control it too much. These aspects definitely aren't all grief and turmoil, though. It's all about perspective.

      I've found that Pluto is much tougher when you resist the energy. Letting it flow and finding healthy ways to express is the real key. You can't bury your feelings and you really can't even control them, in spite of what some Pluto people might think. It's impossible to actually control emotions and thinking you can is just an illusion. All you can do is let them hit you and figure out what to do with them. Life's more freeing that way.

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  13. Thanks for your response! It's very true what you said but do you think the sun square moon aspect might also play a factor in the projection and control of the Pluto energies? I'm also a Virgo rising so I'm not sure if that also contributes to the way I feel about the energies, judging them as "incorrect" and shameful to feel or display the Pluto intensity.

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    1. It might but your Sun square Moon is another thing, as it causes tension between those two planets, specifically.

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  14. Ah, I see. OK, thanks for replying and being so patient! Keep up the great work - your articles and interpretations are very detailed and spot on.

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  15. This post is uncanny in its accuracy -- well done!

    Although I've advanced a little bit since childhood, I still feel as though I repress a lot of my own feelings, etc. I'm wondering what my aspects in particular say about how I can both overcome and unleash this aspect. Do you have any advice? Thank you so much in advance!

    Moon and Pluto are both in Sagitarious, but on what appears to be the cusp of Scorpio. Both are also in the 2nd house.

    Moon conjunct Pluto 0:51',
    Moon and Pluto both trine MC in Leo. MC is in 10th house, but closely bordering 9th.
    Sun in Virgo, 11th house, is sextile Moon and Pluto

    What appears to be another important aspect in my chart is Sun conjunct Mercury, which are both in Virgo and the 11th house -- not sure if this affects the Moon conjunct Pluto, but I figured I'd mention it just in case. Thank you

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    1. With the Moon trine Midheaven and sextile the Sun, you should channel your feelings into work, achievements, leadership, and developing self-awareness.

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  16. This is the best Moon-Pluto article I've found! Very helpful. I'm curious how you might interpret my Capricorn Moon square my Libra Pluto. My moon is also conjunct Jupiter, out of sign in Sagittarius, sextile Saturn, sextile Ascendant.

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    1. A Capricorn Moon square Pluto is going to be more intent on maintaining control but this is going to make you feel more and more overwhelmed by these emotions. So, you have to just embrace them. Moon conjunct Jupiter will help you deal with your moods and bounce back from them.

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  17. I have Pluto in Scorpio in the 7th square my Aquarius moon in the 11th. I've always been curious about my moon because I've heard Aquarius is the most emotionally detached moon sign. Is this aspect encouraging me to be more emotional? Thanks!

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    1. Your Moon in Aquarius will have much more emotional depth and passion because of the square to Pluto. But, at the same time, this aspect might make you still come off as aloof or unemotional, even if you don't feel that way at all, because Moon square Pluto tries to have a tight rein over that intensity while having the Moon in Aquarius makes you want to gain distance from your feelings. So, a lot of that emotion is just going to be very internal until you gain the courage to let it out.

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  18. Oh okay yeah that makes sense. Thanks! Also I don't know if this matters but would it be incorrect to say Pluto square the Moon? Is it supposed to be Moon square Pluto? Or does it not matter lol?

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    1. Haha, it doesn't matter. They're interchangeable.

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  19. I have a leo moon in the 9th house with a moon and suturn trine pluto. I also venus and mars opposite pluto. How.would that affect my personality and help shape my life in the future

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    1. Well, I can only focus on your Moon trine Pluto because Venus and Mars are a whole other article! :) Those aspects do make you even more intense. I think the good thing about having a ton of Pluto placements/aspects/whatever is that, in my experience, it ends up feeling a lot more "natural." The more Pluto energy you have, the less you feel like that intensity is just this strange, random beast inside of you. It feels very organic, to the point where you don't even realize how intense you're being, especially with Moon-Pluto, which is unconscious.

      Leo Moon trine Pluto, I think, would make you very, very loyal to the people you care about. You're ferociously protective of them. You have a ton of pride and need to feel empowered and strong. But, you're also very sensitive, especially when you feel like someone doesn't care as much as you do. You want the passion you give to be given back in equal measure, which is hard because a lot of people aren't as passionate as you are. So, that's a sign that you maybe need to not be so demanding and have such high expectations. As far as how it affects your future, that is absolutely all up to you!

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  20. thank you for the insightful article.it helped me understand myself a bit better and my highly emotional self. i have moon in leo (house 11) square pluto in saggitarius . (also sun and mercury square pluto).im seen as very friendly and humorous person which are quite an contrast to my very emotional , complex and paasionate self. im sometimes a dichtomy to myself - stuck between freedom-loving ,giving and a highly passionate and sensitive personality. my sun in in virgo , ascendant , venus in libra , mars in scorpio.even though i can make anyone feel understood-unfortunateli i always feel no one will ever fully accept or understand me the same way . well, what do you think?

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    1. Sure, no one can understand you as well as you do. But, say that with a negative vibe. Be empowered by the depths of your self-knowledge! Moon-Pluto people will always be a mystery, no matter how much they reveal. In the end, with people of all placements, there's only so much you can know about them. How much do you really know? And I think we Moon-Pluto folks are just very deeply tapped into that idea and much more aware of it than others. Your intensity is a great thing and don't let it make you feel like an alien. It's a gift so be proud of it and use it wisely.

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  21. Thank you, Wayman. You really nailed it. I have a culminating Moon in close conjunction with Pluto/Uranus, Neptune in 12th conjunct Scorpio Ascendant [sextile Moon/Pluto/Uranus], and Sun/Mercury within 1 degree in conjunction to Mars in 7th—I am a depth charge to everyone I meet! ;) I have had numerous people remark upon meeting me that I am both angel and devil. I take it all in stride, as I am a strong mirror and very fluid. I tend to bring everyone closer to their core...for better or worse.
    If you have a post on being water-logged under so much Neptune, I would love to read it. I find it so challenging to traffic in the mundane. I think I should take a nap now.

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    1. Sorry, gerber, I can't answer synastry questions on here. It's off-topic and it would take an entire reading to do. However, if you get a synastry reading from me, I'd be more than happy to do it.

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  23. A great article, thanks a lot! I'm looking for information as I have Pluto in the 4th square to Moon, Venus and Sun in Capricorn in the 6th. What would you say the challenge is with that situation? Pluto has been transiting the Moon and is approaching the Venus and an exact square to itself and Sun later. It's been a transformative few years...

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  24. Thank you for such an insightful and enlightening piece! I have Moon in Pisces 3˚03’ inconjunct Pluto in Libra 4˚46’. I believe that’s a tight orb? I notice that you didn’t include the inconjunct. I do however relate to what you have written as I am very emotionally intense and obsessive. I’ve observed that people seem to either be drawn to me or they are somehow repulsed by whatever energy/vibe I’m projecting. I’ve always wondered why there is such a strong reaction from others. I am not sure if this is due to the inconjunction or it’s because my Pluto is in the First House. Could it be my emotional Pisces Moon which overwhelms my Leo sun sign most times? Moon is afflicted, opposition Mars and square Neptune too! I would really appreciate your personal insight on this, if you don’t mind. And how would this play out if a friend or future partner is a moon trine pluto? Will this be a compatible relationship, can he “read” me very well and know what I'm all about? I am strangely magnetically drawn to him but not sure if he is to me…

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  26. Wayman, Thank You! What an insightful article. It has been quite difficult to get information on Pluto to the level I knew could be addressed and you really got it. I have the distinct pleasure of having Pluto sandwiched (conjunct) between my Sun and Moon in Libra, all 5th House. My psychic skill set when properly tuned in can be tremendous. I also have my Neptune conjunct the Descendent in Sagittarius. My journey has been one of ultimate depth exploration of self and partner. And, there can be a tendency to stir the pot when I am bored or not working toward my highest self. The destructive tendency has been harder to harness, but as I get older I know the shadow within so much more intimately that I don't have to let her out to understand things fully. Partnerships are never light and I dive deep as soon as I feel a connection. Your article was spot on. Thank you for your great work.

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  27. So much depths into this article and helping me understanding more of myself. Thank you! What does it mean to have moon in Pisces in the 8th house square Pluto in Scorpio in the 5th house?

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  28. Great article! I have Sun/Moon/Pluto in Leo in the 12th house conjunct the Asc., also in Leo. Astrologers over the years have hesitated when they saw this lineup and I've never had one give me a reading where I felt they "got me. I ended up becoming an astrologer to figure myself out. I'm interested in what your take is on this lineup.

    Rmoreau

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  29. Could you help me understand how Moon in Aqua 4th house sesquiquadrate (135 degree) Pluto in Libra 12th house would be?

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  30. Great article!I really like your interpretation/s on this aspect. What would be your interpretation of 5th house Moon in Sagittarius sextile 4th house Pluto in Libra?

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  31. hi wayman , I have my moon in cancer in the 2 nd trine pluto in scorpio in the 6th and also my moon opposite Uranus and Neptune in the 8th , can you explain this ?

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  32. This is pretty accurate and really describes me but how would this affect a sagittarius pluto 3rd house square pisces moon 6th house

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  33. Yes great description,I do have both sun and moon conjunct in Leo and Mars in Sag, I for sure do not turn away from crisis and I do stand in my *I* when its stormy weather. I have also stayed in my vulnerability now a days,Thank u helped me to read this on this full moon in Aries and mars conjunct pluto in Cap....Light Energies

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    1. I forgot to say Sun, Moon, and off course Pluto conjunct in Leo...ha ha

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  34. Hey! I am curious to know how a Moon Gemini quincunx Pluto Scorpio would express itself? ( 0 orb)

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