I am mindful, at all times, that the planets are going about their various movements, without them being remotely interested in me personally. And that is as it should be.
As an astrologer, it is up to me to map those movements and look for ‘interesting’ alignments (as in, “May you live in interesting times”).
Such is the effect of Pluto transiting Capricorn at the moment. Looking back on a recent post, I noticed that Pluto was ‘close’ to my ‘natal’ Mercury. Oh-oh!
By itself, this transit would have been stressful anyway, to say the least, but then I noticed the Yod being accentuated in the combined charts of this future date (June 26th 2020, early in the morning). It’s pointing at my ‘natal’ Venus in Aquarius and the inconjuncts involve the transiting Sun and Moon. At the same time, transiting Uranus is inconjunct my ‘natal’ Mars and transiting Saturn is inconjunct my ‘natal’ Uranus: is there going to be an accident of some sort?
But there’s more.
The second time (on January 1st 2021) that Pluto transits my ‘natal’ Mercury (this time directly, not in retrograde), there is a Yod pointing at the transiting Neptune (in Pisces), and the inconjuncts are my ‘natal’ Neptune and Pluto. That sounds like a mental health warning sign, not necessarily for me, but for someone close to me. I am mindful, as well, that the timing of the transit chart II has the Ascendant conjunct my ‘natal’ Neptune, doubling the effect. On second thoughts, this ‘warning’ is meant just for me.
Maybe I should reach out to a couple of astrologer friends, and get them to interpret what will be going on. Anyone interested in sharing what they see?