Is the game up? Could the Saturn and Pluto conjunction wreck your racket like an illicit planetary saboteur? No. Read on for the reasons.
I am weeks away from finding out if I’m to move to a different country and start my dream job.
Over the past four years, I’ve been diligently climbing a metaphoric mountain whilst working on myself professionally and personally. The climb has been tough, really tough. I left so much behind at base camp and stripped away so many layers as I ascended. It was all worth the effort; as not only have I learnt multiple skills along the way and shown myself what I can achieve when I put my mind to it but the view is magnificent.
Everything in front of me is all I’ve ever dreamt of: location, career and lifestyle.
Yet there is a cloud hovering directly over me in the form of the Saturn and Pluto conjunction on my Ascendant. I’m worried Saturn and Pluto will piss on my parade and I will slip all the way back down the mountain. They are both also squaring my natal Saturn.
Is The Saturn and Pluto Conjunction A Saboteur?
Dear Worried Mountaineer,
Congratulations on your ascent! Nervousness when you’re nearing a threshold. And the Saturn Pluto combo triples any career vertigo. Performance anxiety or security concerns that are Saturn fuel are depth charged, setting off older, more chthonic fears. Thank you, Uncle Pluto.
A Saturn and Pluto conjunction on your Ascendant is gravity and authority. You’re channeling and embodying this energy. You’ve got traction, like those mountain goats whose tranquility zone is the steepest slopes, chewing Alpine daisies.
Everyone will be calmer once Saturn and Pluto have perfected their alignment: it’s heavy energy. But a lot of it is broadly cultural and societal, bigger than our personal aspirations. It’s a crisis of leadership looking for an opportunity; nature and money seeking sustainable, sane governance, the end of a specific era.
But your scenario seems more like Upper Limit Syndrome. You’ve reached an invisible boundary, and it’s triggering a primal alert system that you didn’t even install. Deep down, something is trying to tell you that there will be trouble if you go out of bounds.
It’s a known syndrome. So I suggest getting some Pluto Juice and reading The Big Leap. The writing won’t blow your mind, but the author owns this theme.
Then you could get on with researching your potential new power lair in where-ever the dream job is. And see the words below from Helene Cixous. She knows this turf because she was born with natal Jupiter in Capricorn opposite Pluto in Cancer with both square Moon in Aries. AKA a Cardinal T-Square.
Words Below: Helene Cixous