Pluto Conjunct Moon Transit

Pluto Conjunct Moon Transit Pluto conjunct Moon transit brings major life changing experiences and these changes are deeply felt at the emotional level. Pluto conjunct the Moon will bring up intense psychological issues from deep in the soul, which will lead to a complete transformation of the emotional life. This transformation may start with a stripping away of the emotional security blanket, and you and other people have to adjust to this raw you.

The Moon also represent family and all other close emotional bonds, so these relationships can undergo changes. These relationships will become very important and this could range from greater emotional support and bonding, to separations. All things related to home and family are up for possible changes, including moving home, starting a family, becoming a grandparent, or children leaving home. The Moon can also represent the public, so this during this transforming journey over a couple of years, you may find that your most personal dramas are open to the world but this sharing can be a healing experience.

The ruthless nature of Pluto can have an effect whereby you experience others trying to overpower you or manipulate you. If this is the case you may learn to become ruthless yourself if that has not been in your nature. If you have been the dominant type, then you might find this transit mellows that out a bit. Going to extremes and finally finding a balance could be a theme over these couple of years.

In 1978, George W. Bush had Pluto conjunct his Moon This coincided with his first attempt at public office. It was the 19th Texas Congressional election which he lost by 6%. George ran a nice-guy campaign, his advisers wanted to him attack his opponent but he didn’t. George told his advisers that his opponent was also running the nice-guy campaign. 10 days before the election, George went head to head in a live radio debate with Hance and got totally hammered. For the following 10 days Hance kept up the attack. George learnt from this Pluto transit how to be ruthless.

In 2006, Charlie Sheen went through a bitter divorce during this transit. There was a very public and ruthless custody battle over the children, where his wife blamed Charlie’s addictions and threats of abuse for the marriage breakdown. In 2010, Michael Douglas experienced Pluto on his Moon by suffering life-threatening throat cancer, and by the power of Pluto he beat it. Arnold Schwarzenegger has also been going through this transit the last year, recently finished his final term as governor of California and now reading movie scripts. A re-birthing, total transformation.


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  1. This thread has great personal relevance to me, since I have Cancer sun 18 deg, Cancer Asc 14 deg, Cap moon 13 deg and Saturn in Sag 8 deg. I have built-in guilt for every and anything, with a Cap moon.
    I’ve been dreading Pluto’s transits there for years. Right now, Pluto has not exactly reached my moon and will station retrograde just minutes before it this year, then transit it direct for the first time in about a year from now.
    Our big dog died two years ago, leaving a whole in the house. Then one month ago my sweet little 14 year old chihuahua died from a brain tumor, despite living a very toxin-free and loving life. Her Cancer sun was right on my Asc 14 deg Cancer along with a tight Cancer stellium – Sun, North Node, Merc, Venus and Mars. She was like gold to me and me to her. I miss her and grieve for her very much.
    But my husband of 10 years is very ill (severe heart attack 2 and a half years ago) and most definitely dying, declining dramatically this past week. I’ve been coping with illness for many years but have made the effort to look after myself more, by walking, running, hiking, and planning to Nordic ski and snowshoe lots this winter, as well as spending a few months in SoCal to see a particular physical therapist who has helped me. But I won’t leave him as ill as he is, of course. I’ve known all along I have to get away for a few weeks when he passes, or I’ll drown in misery and grief.
    I feel things very deeply, esp as I age.
    One of the most important, nay, vital things for me now is to accept all the changing energies. I’ve been affirming this for years, since it always helps to accept and feel grateful for all we have in life. But that practice flew out the window when my little dog got sick 4 months before she died and all I could genuinely feel was longing and grief, unable to feel accepting of her life’s trajectory for more than a few seconds at a time. I still cry whenever I think of her, which is often.
    Now I am trying to keep my acceptance of all the transformations I’m experiencing, but I have felt depressed a lot since the heart attack.
    I used to get regular CranioSacral therapy which was incredibly helpful. Now I don’t fit with that practitioner, nor with my backup practitioner – there’s just no dynamic between us anymore, so I will look for another, since the combination of the patient being willing to let go and having a good facilitator from time to time, is truly powerful.
    I am also using Breath as therapy. There might not be anything stronger than breathwork for dissolving or dissipating negative energy. The obstacle is my own willingness to release negative energy.

    This post is rambling, not nice to follow, but I don’t feel like creating a nice compostition just yet. Am lucky to have the knowlege I have and to have a place to write these words and read your stories about Pluto-Moon transits.

    Cheers to all

  2. pluto just transiting MY natal moon – feels like an emotional storm. it dredged up some dark hidden impulses (sorry, but I would rather not talk about it in too much detail) and threw my life in disarray. heading up for divorce and into an emotional no man’s land haunted by the phantoms of the urges and cravings I never knew I harbored. tough, very tough time. and it came without any warning, like a bolt of the blue. I suppose the only thing I can do is be patient and ride it out. but it hurts like hell, and it feels like hell

  3. Hello. I’m reading the comments and also other articles on Pluto transiting over Moon.
    The problem is, Pluto is transiting over my Mars in Capricorn and it has exactly the same effect that people ascribe to Moon.
    Transformations? Check. Emotional storms? Check. Deep, powerful feelings surfacing in therapy? Check. Breakup with family? Check. Working on health? Check. Ruthlessness? Check. Loss of security? Check.

    Pluto will transit over my Moon in two years and I have no idea whatsoever what new it can do. It sounds like another violent revolution. I’ve been through it with Uranus, Saturn, Neptune and Mars, all in Capricorn 6th house. But I honestly can’t imagine what stone unturned could there be in my life. None except settling down with a good job and wife, but Pluto transits aren’t like that.

  4. So my natal moon is in Capricorn and is square my natal sun Libra. With Pluto in Capricorn right now, it is square my natal Sun. Will this go on until 2024? This has been one of the worst period of my life and the thought that I have another 9 years of upheaval, uncertainty and trauma is very discouraging. Any positive feedback would be much appreciated.


    • A Pluto transit will only last for 18 month or so. The dates above are for a whole decan which is ten birth-dates. You need to find the degree of your Sun to be more precise. Once Pluto is one degree past the square you will be feeling better.

  5. Hi Jamie. Love your site. My progressed moon is at 12 Capricorn fifth house cusp Pluto stations this week direct at 12. Would the pr moon be as affected as in description of natal. Also. I do diurnals and the 12 to 13 cap is exact late October on my diurnal ascendant.

  6. Born at a full moon (11 Cancer sun, 15 Cap moon, houses 9 and 3) so Pluto (now at hits both these years.


    — A maddeningly itchy full-body mystery rash: Tender new skin working to the outside in a day rather than a month, Cancer sensitivity embodied. (“I have no skin!”) Only my face and toes were spared.
    Started in May 2014, slowed by a six-pack of prednisone that September, finally played itself out this summer. Docs baffled.
    — Husband and I acquired opposite thyroid conditions in 2013/14. I got fat, he got skinny and bug-eyed. He’s just coming out of fixing all that.
    — September 2014 I quit/retired my job on impulse. Having two autoimmune diseases seemed to be suggesting a long vacation, and it’s been great, with severance pay coming in just now as a good surprise.
    — Now there’s some compulsive behavior — eating too much with too much wine, absently picking at the few little scabs left from the rash. It’s semiconscious now, at least sometimes.

    But overall I think my life is good, love, family, garden, going well.

    Can TPluto-conjunct-moon continue to be good surprises? Or am I being a Pollyanna about the dread ahead?

    (Natally Pluto is at 12 Leo, two degrees before MC. Asc is 7 Scorpio.)

    • Thanks for this detailed feedback. I have not heard of surprises being associated with Pluto conjunct Moon transit before. But perhaps these are simply the results of the transformations. Also remember that Uranus rules surprises and it has been square Pluto for a number of year. Uranus has been retrograde and gord back to 16 Aries in December 2015.

      • Looking a my progressed chart for the day I quit my job, Pmoon and Puranus are conjunct to the second (in Gemini). That sent me looking for the hire date progressions: Mars was 2 degrees past Uranus in the same place.

        This illustrates why I can’t predict anything — there’s no way to know which aspects will prevail, never mind how one will handle those energies. It’s a tale best told in hindsight, by me, anyway.

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