Ann Kreilkamp ~ From death throes to birth pains: Saturn/Pluto detonates cardinal structures

I’m reposting this Saturn/Pluto Conjunction write-up by Ann Kreilkamp, with a lengthy intro from me, because I synchronously discovered that at this moment, Pluto has retrograded exactly back — to the minute — to the Saturn/Pluto conjunction point of 22° 46′ Capricorn.

Take a few moments today to ponder whatever was “up” for you when this powerful conjunction went exact. For me, today something occurred, which an earlier dream had told me would become a valuable opportunity, so I looked up transits. I thought 22° 46′ Capricorn looked familiar. On a hunch, I looked up the Saturn/Pluto Conjunction’s exact degree at 11:59 a.m. Eastern time on January 12, 2020. Yep! To the minute.

Whenever I see 0° 00′ aspects, they grab my attention in major ways — highlighting connections with neon lights and a ding, ding, ding!

This Saturn/Pluto Conjunction affects all of 2020, but today’s an especially potent echo.

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Some additional context from me (Laura) first:

I’ve been sensing chthonic, subconscious, magical, eruptive, primal, regenerative Pluto rooting around and doing something with my natal Saturn. I’ve also long felt that this January 2020 conjunction between Saturn and Pluto at 22-23 Capricorn would somehow be a “direct hit” on my chart. Until yesterday, the aspect eluded me, though. No “major” aspects get triggered, since my Saturn’s in Gemini, while Pluto’s in Capricorn.

Pluto (and Saturn) have been transiting my 5th house of pleasure/creativity/children/private relationships, and I’ve been getting loads of dream downloads and synchronicities about how my 5th house impacts my 10th house (career/public life), which includes my natal Sun, Mercury, Venus and Saturn, in that order. The recent messages have been grinding and relentless (Pluto) — but also with a sense of fun/creativity (5th house) and everything getting upgraded (Saturn) and properly placed in proper timing (Saturn). With Saturn…

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