Moon Conjunct Pluto Natal and Transit

Moon Conjunct Pluto TransitMoon conjunct Pluto natal gives an intense and dramatic emotional life. You feel things so deeply that it is sometimes hard to control how you react to people and situations. You also experience extremes in moods and a tendency toward serious and sometimes dark moods.

Your emotions and reactions are also strongly influenced by your powerful intuition. Dreams, visions, or psychic impressions are often extremely vivid and profound. By nature, you have little control over your subconscious but your feelings and intuition can take control over your conscious intentions and actions.

In a dark mood, you may become overwhelmed by fear and paranoia. Believing that others are trying to control you, it is possible for you to subconsciously control them. Such behaviors as manipulation, lying and intimidation may follow.

Emotional manipulation is most likely to occur at home when you are growing up and in intimate relationships, particularly with women. If your mother was prying, manipulative or over-bearing then you would have learned such controlling behavior. If so, undoing this subconscious brainwashing is a major priority and a necessary task, before you can enjoy healthy relationships.

Thankfully, your powerful subconscious has tremendous powers of regeneration and transformation. You can easily learn psychological self-analysis and other techniques for accessing deeply buried memories and feelings.

Meditation, astrology, dreamwork, and past life regression are some more natural ways to positively transform sinister emotions or destructive behaviors. Your powerful subconscious is capable of amazing things.

Moon Conjunct Pluto Transit

Moon conjunct Pluto transit brings such deep feelings that they can overwhelm you. A personal interaction or event may trigger a memory or emotion buried deeply in your subconscious. You can even become obsessed with your feelings and have trouble focusing on anything else.

Dreams, visions, psychic impressions, or intuitive insights may have a profound influence on your mood. This would be a good time to consult a psychologist or psychiatrist, or even have a deep and meaningful talk with someone very close. Interactions with women will be particularly intense and revealing. You can access your true feelings and discover someone else’s true feelings about you.

Take care not to react too strongly to overpowering feelings. Your intuition may be correct but could obscure your rational thought processes and conscious judgment skills. Also, take extra care with any obsessive or addictive behaviors you already have. Once you get started on something you find emotionally fulfilling you may have trouble stopping.

In relationships you may encounter controlling and manipulative behaviors like jealousy, guilt-tripping, threats, intimidation, violence, or self-harm. Remove yourself from such negative and destructive people and environments. You can transcend your own challenging emotions and behaviors through meditation, self-analysis, or other techniques to understand your feelings.

This interpretation for Moon conjunct Pluto transit applies to a lunar eclipse and full moon conjunct Pluto.

Moon Conjunct Pluto Celebrities

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20 thoughts on “Moon Conjunct Pluto Natal and Transit

  1. It’s in a separating aspect as a transit for me. Yes, I have had to deal with some major mood swings and also feel somewhat trapped.

    • It is very intensive and hard to take control of your own emotional life. I hope as we get older we will feel better.

  2. Interesting, feel better. uhm. Just peaking for me right now in leo. I m older. much older. I will meditate on whether i feel better.
    I painted the cupboards, reestablished the position of my music and its quality ie speakers, and put a red light under a satan shade and rushed off for a reiki treatment once i opened my Transformation book and saw that word. It was really really hard to relax and let the Universe Heal as the Japanese woman instructed. Eventually it happened. But the mouth kept moving right after and then i ran off to do a drive through and stopped at thrift store moving through and on my way out grabbed a T shirt and quess what it said when i looked later. I intended it for yoga classes. It said Awake my soul with the sun, Awake my heart with Love. Wow hows that for intuition. Got some yoga practice in and ran into my neighbour and her brother and again my mouth just took off. I dreamt of my Aquarius moon freaking out at all the tech in my domestic space. I couldn’t hear myself on the phone and the switch to turn it all off didn’t work. I don’t think my taurus in nature side likes that. So feel better. Well pluto s there so is it the masses that need to feel better?

  3. perhaps some intake on a female with moon conjunct pluto in scorpio in eight house natal?

  4. My emotions are completely under control. I profile everyone and know them better than they know themselves. No one has ever been able to read me.
    I am a Vulcan.

  5. That must be horrible to be like that. I also read peoples’ thoughts and intentions but just use them to protect myself.

  6. I knjow who that is. 15°Virgo midpoint. Moon and Pluto in their maximum orb. This is someone pranking, no harm.

  7. My son-in-law (Aries sun/Gemini rising/Cap moon) has me completely baffled and, quite frankly a bit concerned. He has become so very jealous and controlling over my daughter, his wife (Leo sun/Scorpio rising/Sag moon). He’s always been very likeable, accommidating and pleasant. He never seemed jealous at all; he always seemed very confident but my daughter and I are seeing a totally different side of him. He has moon square pluto in his natal chart and now the transiting pluto is conjunct h?is moon. Has he always had these traits but just kept them hidden? I wonder if this ‘new son-in-law’ will return to the pleasant, humble son-in-law we used to know. Thoughts?

      • I feel that everything between my son-in-law and my daughter is where the universe wants it to be so I have to believe that all is OK.
        I don’t know if he’s cheating….I don’t really think he is but sometimes I think maybe he is….hard to figure him out right now. I do think he fell out of love with my daughter though; I saw their division slowly happening for the past 2 or 3 years. Both of them were going in different directions…different interests.

  8. Pluto transiting ones Moon will bring up the mud from the bottom of the pond so to speak. I recently had this transit and even though I have done a lot of personal work bringing up dark and hidden feelings I was occasionally blasted by bursts of raw emotion from the past. Many folks seek to conceal or deny their darker sides. The danger of this is that what is denied accumulates a charge that when suddenly released by such a transit can be quite volatile. We all have a shadow side and it is well worth making friends with it before it’s power overcomes us or others. Being a rather Plutonian type (Sun conjunct Pluto natal) I have a pretty good grasp of the power of Pluto for good or evil. Never ignore the dark side. The eminent psychologist Carl Jung said it best “The brighter the light the darker the shadow”. I am actually very wary of people who only seem to be sweetness and light. The accumulation of the denied energy can be very destructive. Your son-in-law certainly always had these traits not that he can’t learn to handle them. He may benefit from counseling and emotional release work.

    • I’m definitely not an astrologer, I know and understand a few things…a very few.
      From reading Jamie’s posts regarding transits and natal placings of planets (Thank you, Jaime) I understand that Pluto is a powerful planet in our charts. My Pluto is conjunct my ascendent which tends to give me the ability to “see right through” people.
      I just looked at my son-in-laws natal moon and see that it’s square Mercury, Mars, Saturn, Pluto. So the current transiting Pluto is conjuncting his moon. Is this Pluto transit also lighting up all of those other natal moon squares? On the natal chart drawing these planets I mention are all connected with red lines creating what looks like half of a square….not sure what that indicates but I assume the use of red indicates difficulty or challenges.
      How long will Pluto stay in this stressful position in my son-in-law’s chart?

      • Oh man! That sounds like quite a lot for your son in law. On a regular basis it must be challenging for him to have so many conflicts with his emotions. How he speaks, thinks, and takes action all are at odds with how he feels. His Moon must be in Capricorn and then the other planets in Aries or Libra? His squares are in Cardinal signs so they likely make him take action and be assertive and get things done!

        From what I know about astrology, Pluto brings transformation. If he has that many planets squaring his Moon, it must mean that his Moon gets the last seat. There is too much energy working against his moon that maybe he doesn’t get to listen to it very often. Capricorn in general does not really “do” emotion. Pluto coming to his moon is setting the focus on his emotions and working out some big transformations there. That could be good work that needs to be done. Pluto is karmic. I think even more relevant would be that Pluto must be squaring all those other planets you mentioned. Transit Pluto square Mars would be more significant I’d think. I think it matters where in this chart these things are happening and thats going to show where the conflict appears. Even if you don’t know his birth time, you might be able to guess because of the Mars…if him and your daughter seem to be fighting about money issues then maybe his Mars is in the 2nd house and Moon in the 8th house, for example. But overall, I actually think it could be a good thing that his Moon is getting to have a voice in the conversation of all those squares for a change. Once Pluto is gone, those other planets will get the front seat again.

        Pluto transits last a long time, it moves slowly…but they should only be significant as long as they are within 3 degrees. Pluto is set to retrograde again in April, so if your son has his moon at 27 degrees Capricorn, from this chart below, Pluto will not be more than 3 degrees away until March 2023. I think it will be a year of significant transformation for him, yet that transformation typically does come through struggle. I’m not sure if your family believes in astrology, but if they do, I would encourage them to be open to the transformations they are going through and to maintain hope that a year from now things will ease up.

        https://www.drstandley.com/Pluto_in_Capricorn_Transiting_Degrees.shtml

        Also, I think this post is about the Moon transit coming to Natal Pluto, not pluto coming to moon, so google “transit Pluto conjunct moon” or “transit pluto square mars” and that might give better insight!

        Wishing you and your family best wishes as they manage this transit! Apologies for my novel!

        • Apologies Moon in 2nd and Mars in 8th would be an opposition, not a square! So say his Mars is in Aries…if the moon is in Capricorn in the 2nd then Mars would be in 4th(?). I don’t know, I personally usually find out someones birth time by being paying attention to what transits they’re having and if we have a fight that day what the topic of the fight is and then their Mars is probably in that house if they are the one that got mad.

          And to answer your question, anytime a transiting planet aspects a natal one, it activates all of the planets that the natal planet is aspecting. Think of it as you are always looking at a birth chart and then everyday you are marking where the current planet is and that activates it all. So if someone has an opposition in their birth chart between 2 planets and they are always seasawing between 2 parts of themselves, any time a planet aspects one of those planets, they are tipping the seasaw to that side. Hope that helps!

        • I love to read and I love astrology so I love this novel of yours 😁
          I love and admire my son-in-law; he’s a good man…traditional, moral and responsible…which is why I’m so perplexed by his new evolving interactions with my daughter.
          Earlier in this thread, another astrologer said that my son-in-law probably always had these tendencies (jealousy, stalking, suspicious, accusatory, etc) but he kept them suppressed inside.
          He’s Aries sun, Gemini rising, Capricorn moon (29 degrees).
          My son-in-law and daughter are living separately and I feel that they’ll get divorced in autumn. They’re very cordial to each other and are both doting, loving parents to their 2 children.
          I enjoy reading and learning from these responding posts.
          Thank you to everyone explaining so much to me.

  9. I’ve been taking note of this transit for a little while now and usually I have a big interaction with a plutonic figure in my life. Usually a power play of emotions. I had an ex where his Pluto squared my Moon and every big fight we had was on this transit. I have my own Pluto karma and it seems to get worked out on this transit.

    I have this transit right now, and actually I had an emotional awakening tonight that has pulled me out of a funk I’ve been in for a while. It is nice to see a positive manifestation of this, yet I know that ultimately the good and bad outcomes are all just meant to transform me. I looked up my transit chart because I was curious what was leading to this transformation and am not surprised to see Pluto is involved.

    For context, Pluto is in my 12th house and squares my Saturn, trines my Sun with 0 degree orbs. Thanks for reading!

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