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This is probably the most powerful transit I've experienced, but it's been going on so long (about 10-11 years) that I tend not to think much about that.

It will be 2019, post my Saturn return (also in the 8th), that I'll even get a taste of it leaving. It won't fully leave until late 2020.

It drives home the reality that transformation is a choice. You can choose to work with the energy that's out there for your personal spiritual evolution, instead of being disabled by it. To me that is the purpose of astrology.

I'm still learning and trying, still in the thick of all of it. Who knows where I'll be when it leaves?

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Well, I started this post and just stumbled upon it and thought I'd "end" it now that I've finished my Pluto 8th house transit. If I had to answer my own question from 13 years ago, I'd say it was a doozy. It went deep. I hit the lowest point in my life, but from that point there was only up. I frequently say to people, I do not even recognize the person I was 10 years ago and that she's long gone, but the new version of me is 100% better, stronger, wiser, more spiritually balanced, and aligned. I can finally trust myself and find my intuition came out of it stronger and spot on 95% of the time. So while it was not in any way a fun transit, it needed to happen and I'd do it again to come out of it as the butterfly that I am today.

Looking forward to seeing what Pluto in my 9th house brings. 

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@gembug I hit the lowest point in my life

What happened to you? Describe the highs and lows so people know what to expect. If you don't mind. 

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@soup I hit a deep depression, finally sought counseling which wasn't a bad thing. The depression had presented in the past, but during this transit I finally acknowledged it and took the steps to address it. Of course counseling dug up all other "dark night of the soul" issues that I was finally able to address. Again, positive and thankful for the experience after the fact, but not great while going through it. I started a bit of a spiritual awakening. I got really into Yoga and its teachings. Started to see more how things are interconnected and how cycles repeat themselves or how Karma was showing up for me. I guess my advice would be to focus on what is this experience / discomfort trying to tell or teach me. What needs to change in my life rather than fighting it.

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Pluto in the 8th is a relief to me vs in the 7th.

When it moved to the 8th, I had the chance to get away from powerful people that were not positive for me, rather toxic. I love the new people I am meeting now. I find more truth and honesty with them.

My professional.life changed completely. Indeed the change was driven by other people but it lead me to great new situations that are much more profitable for me.

It is creating both more freedom and a new sense of dependance as I am now a Freelance. 

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@a2905_gemini 

Feels like a relief to me too so far. For me the 7th was an experiment in terror. Toxic people ... that was the theme. I was hurt by one relationship after the next. The only way to stop it was move very far away and a Uranus transit took care of that. 

I am not afraid of the 8th house. I hang my hat in the 8th.  

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bump

 

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Hey I resemble this post as I have late Cap on the 8th. Pluto changing signs has been a grand relief.
So far so good. I can elaborate later but...

A Pluto trine Pluto aspect just may save your bacon.

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Pluto has just barely returned to my 7th house that I find the darkness of this position again. On a positive note, I believe and hope to have learned.

I have just experienced a series of surprises in a few days.

One of my former colleagues, quite toxic and who in my eyes really embodied Pluto in the 7th house in Capricorn, has both:
- been singled out for her incompetence (confirmed) on certain key subjects. Her lack of hard skills is exposed.
- yet she is promoted to a totally improbable position due to maneuvers, manipulations, and her mastery of very traditional relational codes validated by her hierarchy.
- I was initially shocked to learn this news because she doesn't have the skills for this position at all and that of course will impact other people around her
- but my inner feeling is that a kind of war within me is ending against falseness, against injustice. I see even more clearly that falsehood exists and can prevail. I made the choice to leave this company to escape this system, and I am happy about it. I believe and hope that a part of my sense of injustice is currently healing...

Perhaps a symptom of this last incursion of Pluto in the 7th house for me?

I am sad but at peace, not feeling vulnerable (as i was before) to see this happening 

Still not completely reassured to see Pluto getting back to capricorn in a few months / weeks...

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@a2905_gemini I'm not looking forward to Pluto in capricorn either. Ugh.

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