When was the last time Saturn and Pluto were conjunct?
When was the last time Saturn conjunct Pluto?
Saturn conjunct Pluto is a major planetary occurring on average every 34 years. The last conjunction was in November 1982 and the next is in January 2020.
How often are Pluto and Saturn conjunct?
Every occurrence of Saturn – Pluto conjunction is a relatively rare event that happens approximately every 33–38 years and lasts slightly over two years. Saturn – Pluto conjunction can be seen as a “global Saturn return” or karmic nature that applies to the whole world.
When did Pluto transit Saturn?
Pluto conjunct Saturn transit indicates a stressful year or more of difficult change. Some area of your life that needs to change will face powerful forces of transformation. It is usually the case that you will initially resist this change and feel threatened by it.
Where is Pluto transiting right now?
Pluto leaves 27 degrees Capricorn on March 10, then enters Aquarius on March 23, 2023. It will retrograde back into Capricorn twice before it completes its return on November 19, 2024. Since Pluto's homecoming will be back in Capricorn, you can expect this transit to be all about authority and money.
How long does Pluto transits last?
Pluto takes approximately 248 years to come full circle. This slow-moving planet's transits are long-lasting, and each transit takes its time to unfold.