What does it mean if someone’s Pluto is conjunct yours in synastry?
Pluto conjunct Pluto in synastry is a quite frequent aspect, but it does not carry a lot weight. To understand it better, you have to know that Pluto is the planet with the longest orbital period. It takes approximately 246 years for Pluto to make a full circle through the Zodiac.
Pluto Conjunct Pluto Synastry
Pluto conjunct Pluto relationships occur when the two people are of similar age.
As Pluto moves slowly, it spends in the same sign decades, moving only one degree a year or two. Because of this, people born around the same years have their Plutos conjunct in synastry.
Pluto is one of the generational planets. These include Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. Their position by signs is not significant from the perspective of the individual.
The Pluto conjunct Pluto synastry aspect is not a significant factor. Because of the generational nature of Pluto, this conjunction does not speak about your relationship with the other person, it only signifies that you are close in age.
To understand the effect of Pluto in synastry, you have to check if it forms an aspect to other planets in the chart of the other person.
Only aspects to personal planets (the Sun, Moon, Venus, Mercury, Mars) are really significant. Jupiter and Saturn aspects from Pluto can be important too if the orb is relatively tight, but likely this is not the aspect that stands out the most in the synastry chart.
If you want to learn more about the role of Pluto in synastry, click here.
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