Venus Conjunct Pluto 25 November 2016

Venus Conjunct Pluto TransitVenus conjunct Pluto in the natal chart creates an intense love nature. How your need to love and be loved manifests, in an either positive or negative manner, depends greatly on others aspect and fixed stars in your chart. The variability in the expression of love with this conjunction is due in large part to how you love yourself.

Either way, relationships are a serious matter in your life and vital to your well-being. You should find it easier than most to attract a partner because of your powerful level of attraction, both emotional and sexual. Instant attraction, karmic relationships and falling head over heals can apply to you or your lovers. It does not take very long for you to fall deeply in love and form a powerful union.

If others factors in your chart point to low self-esteem or negative moods, then Venus conjunct Pluto can lead to lack of self-love and destructive relationships. You may become a victim or betrayal or abuse, going through much pain each time you are stung. And this can be a repeating cycle spiraling down into despair.

Jealousy, possessiveness, manipulation and even crime may result in disgrace and embarrassment. Negative manifestation can also result in self-abuse though drugs or other forms of self harm. Poverty, sadomasochism or sexual abuse and rape would be extreme examples.

Even when in the depths of Pluto’s realm, you can always draw on a powerful ability to transcend pain and then transform your life. It may be that fate sees you visit the darkness in order that you regenerate like a butterfly from the cocoon.

With positive self-esteem and self-love come the positive manifestations of this conjunction. Self confidence, popularity, wealth and healthy relationships are the result of a positive transformation, or the blessing of other helpful aspects and fixed stars. You will then enjoy the intensity of love and affection of partner and good friends.

Eliminating negative association and behaviors is important for your development. You will prefer friends and lovers who take relationships seriously like yourself. Keep in mind that you find very few people love as deeply as you do, but that does not mean that do not love you as much as they possibly can.

Venus Conjunct Pluto Transit

Transiting Venus conjunct Pluto dramatically increases your need for love and affection. You want to experience companionship at a deeper, more intense level. This can lead to problems if you are single, but this transit can also throw a spanner in the works of a healthy relationship if you play your cards the wrong way.

You will be wielding greater power to attract friends and lovers. You can have a magnetic attractiveness that pulls people in at the subconscious level. Problems will arise if you consciously misuse your increased pulling power. In this case, there will be a tendency to manipulate others by guilt tripping or other subversive tactics.

Other behaviors to beware of, not just in you but in others, are possessiveness and jealousy. Infatuation is fine and you may fall deeply in love at this time. But stalking and spying are not acceptable, and if married then an affair at this time would have most serious repercussions. There may also be a tendency to fall for negative or dangerous types of people like criminals and heavy drug users.

If in a healthy and happy relationship, then this transit can lead to intense sexual experiences if the other half is keen. This may include a degree of bondage, probing or pain. If single, then instant attraction could lead to a profound and karmic relationships. In both cases, openly giving love and affection without catches is the key to satisfaction.

Venus Conjunct Pluto Celebrities

Liberace 0°07′, William Butler Yeats 0°16′, Bruce McLaren 0°21′, Emile Durkheim 0°21′, Roy Castle 0°31′, Nancy Kerrigan 0°32′, Charles Dickens 0°34′, Frida Kahlo 0°36′, Zac Efron 0°39′, Wes Craven 0°56′, Walter de Mare 1°00′, Woody Paige 1°08′, Francis Galton 1°28′, Dr, Phil McGraw 1°38′, Julia Gillard 1°46′, Beyonce Knowles 2°26′, Olivia Newton-John 2°35′, Oscar Pistorius 2°59′.

Venus Conjunct Pluto Dates

5 February 2016
25 November 2016
9 January 2018
22 February 2019
13 December 2019
28 January 2021
11 December 2021
3 March 2022
1 January 2023
17 February 2024
7 December 2024
19 January 2026

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9 thoughts on “Venus Conjunct Pluto 25 November 2016

  1. What this causes in my chart is a bunch of paradoxes, luck and sorrow. I have this conjunction 24º Venus and 25º Pluto in Scorpio. They’re oposite Moon (conjunct the “dreadful” Algol 26º37′ Taurus) and they’re squaring Saturn. So it’s a t-square and Moon is my 7th ruler.
    You’d think I’m doomed in relationships. Try again. I’ve gone through very smooth sailing relationships, peaceful, zero drama even when it came to endings. But a married happy life isn’t in my top 5 priority in life. If it happens, I’m ok, if it doesn’t, I’m not gonna die bitter. This easy going approach I have to relationships is what I consider to be why I could manage them so well. But looking at a whole, millenials are breaking all the life patterns of birth, grow, study, work, marry, children, work, die.
    (That description of Venus conj. Agena causing rarsh relationships to women is totally true. To men, it’s the opposite).
    On the other side, this conjunction is in my 11th house, Saturn in 3rd, Moon in 5th. Do you think that enjoyment (5th) from friends and groups (11th) is easy or they’re blocked, misinterpreted by gossip or jealousy from the 3rd house?
    You may have caught in the news about the absurd number of kids who kill themselves due to bullying in school. I was almost in that statistics. Spent 2 years in therapy and medications to overcome depression which resulted from psychological (moon) hell, but still working on my ways to overcome this 100%. Interestingly, it was the time I needed my mom (moon) the most and she turned her back to me. My strategy to overcome it was “you either raise your head and love your self or die”. It TOTALLY resonates to what you said about self-esteem. The moment I started to imagine myself on a pedestal and a crown on my head things changed. Unfortunaly in our society knowing your worth and holding your standards high is seem as a bad thing. I don’t go 15 days without being called arrogant, but it’s a small price to pay. I’ve noticed in other times in life that if I forget to “put on my crown” during the morning, things start to go down that spirral again. May I add during that time, Pluto was transiting my ASC (I see you’re almost at it too Jaime. Be prepared THINGS WILL HAPPEN haha) and Saturn was transiting my MC (2008-2010).
    So my question is: can a star “steal” the spotlight of aspects?
    I ask this because Agena is the closest to that Pluto-Venus conjunction of mine. It seems to be a good star which is stronger than it appears to be. Can it overshadow this t-square? I can see the bad outcomes of this t-square in various aspects of life, but not in relationships, and it’s a Venusian star.

    • Hi again Betinix, I don’t use houses and I think you have enough information anyway without confusing things further. Venus applies to your love life whatever house it is in, and to all houses really. Thanks for the advice, I just know things will happen with Uranus also on my Saturn, then Saturn over AC the next year. Staying positive and you advice on that is excellent too. Much better to have a healthy ego and be called arrogant than be depressed.

      Fixed stars are actually a stronger influence than aspect I believe. Aspects will flavor the influence of a fixed star, not the other way around. Planets would emit next to no energy when compared to a star.

  2. I have a trine with Venus and the Sun (10th H) in Pluto (2nd. H). Though, my Venus is in combustion with the Sun. I bet this combustion makes the role of the inferno you display in this article, Jamie.
    I rather be by myself, than “fall” -again- with this plutonian Menschen. They sure bring lots of sorrow. Either they don´t really want to compromise, or they are in deep need, not being able to love, somehow. Or they just want to play a little. Of sorts of missunderstandings. My Neptune takes part in the whole, because it in opp. with the fried conjunction, so just to add my part: I heard what I wanted, not what was really said. Now, I listen much better :).
    Thankyou for the insight Jamie 🙂

  3. My natal ascendant is16 degrees of Capricorn. This Friday, Feb. 5th, transiting Venus and Pluto will conjunct at that degree, and the transiting moon too on Saturday with transiting mercury already there. What does all this transiting energy on my natal ascendant mean?

    • Well Pluto on your Ascendant is a major deal, a complete stripping down and rebuilding. It does not have to be negative as shown in Pluto conjunct Ascendant transit, and Venus will soften things and place a greater focus on relationships, but also how you love yourself when looking in the mirror. Natal aspects to your AC will have a big influence. Best to read the comments on that link because I don’t have this transit until 2018.

  4. This has been a “funky” transit for me i must admit.
    Venus and Pluto is meeting up in the 12th house, and during the last couple of days, I have been able to release some complicated issues regarding past relationships, involving (some sort of) forgiveness and healing of deep sorrow connected to past actions which has created bitterness and blindness.
    There are still work for me to do on it, but the biggest issues seems to have been absolved. At least it seems so.

    I don’t know if the 12th house is about these themes, but that’s how it has played out for me. I have felt lighter and more self-loving, compassionate with myself and others, wanting to shower love on them. Typical Piscean maybe, since it’s the 12th house.

    • I think this is coming from the deep nature of Pluto more than a 12th house influence. Thanks for the input.

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