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The Alchemy of Jupiter and Pluto Conjunctions Natally
(applies to squares and oppositions too)
On April 5, 2020 my first grandbaby entered this world with a nearly exact Pluto Jupiter conjunction in Capricorn (shown here at 2.5 months old).
Two months earlier, in February 2020 I was on an astrology panel at the Conscious Life Expo sitting between two astrologer’s who were talking about how a Jupiter Pluto conjunction was an amazingly fortunate combination – especially for the economy.
Interestingly other astrologers have a different opinion about this including Peter Burns who researched this topic here and found that Jupiter Pluto is not always a great time economically and in fact often represents a collapse of the old structure (especially when in Cancer or Capricorn) ideally so something more vital and supportive to all on planet Earth can emerge. However, that hasn’t always been the case in the past.
In 2020, Jupiter and Pluto are joined by Saturn in a rare convergence of these three planets that haven’t been together in Capricorn for about 733 years. Jupiter and Pluto come together every 13 years. Jupiter and Saturn come together every 20 years and Saturn and Pluto come together on average every 34 years so this triple conjunction is definitely a rare line-up.
Jupiter Pluto Natal Conjunction
I have often been told how fortunate I am to have the powerful alchemy of Jupiter Pluto conjunct in Leo within 2.5 degrees on my natal chart with Jupiter less than half a degree from my Midheaven. However, I felt more of the challenges of this combination in my earlier life and have had trouble seeing how it was fortunate. It is only more recently that I have begun to see the gifts of this combination as I continue to transmute the challenges of my early life.
The Catalytic Effects of Jupiter Pluto
Those with Jupiter Pluto find they are often Catalysts for those around them especially when more personal parts of the chart are involved. In my case, Pluto and Jupiter are conjunct my Mid-heaven, opposite my Mercury and Square My Ascendant/Descendant axis. In other words, it is a very personal signature for me.
I definitely have been and continue to be a catalyst (often a shadow magnet) for those around me as well as for myself. This quality of catalyzing shadow showed up before I was born. I share more about this in the italicized notes below.
If someone you know or you yourself have Pluto and Jupiter within 10 degrees on your natal chart then you carry this as a personal signature, although the closer the conjunction the more potent the affect tends to be.
How this powerful combination manifests in person’s life is largely up to the individual choices one makes. There are many examples of well-known people with this combination who have led extraordinary lives and others who have gone down a dark road. (See the section on Famous People)
Many astrologers describe this natal aspect as ranging from an inspired to a domineering leader seeking power and control – driven by an ambitious desire to make it BIG in the world. Said another way – there is often a desire to succeed spectacularly through power and control over others.
Spectacular success and being a domineering leader is not what motivates me. If I happen to inspire others I am happy to do that but I have been mostly shy of being in the spotlight. I have been facing my fear of being seen for many years now and am more visible in the world these days but I am definitely not interested in being an out front leader. I still prefer to work behind the scenes or work in collaboration where I can shine with others when possible.
Other Pluto Jupiter Traits
Additional descriptions of the Jupiter Pluto combination include intense drive, persistence, determined focus and a tendency to be ruthless. Many warn against becoming obsessed, fanatical, zealous or self-righteous. The push for power – especially when Jupiter is magnifying this possibility – can be a highly corrupting influence if not connected to a higher purpose that includes making a positive difference in the world.
Interestingly, Pluto is ultimately about empowerment, but it is not the distorted version of power that comes from the outside, as in gaining power over others, or a need to be significant at any cost – but rather the empowerment that comes from within – when you realize your Being is a gift. Whenever this expression of Jupiter Pluto shows up as domination and control it is the shadow expression that comes from repressed fear and an unhealthy desire to be seen as significant no matter the cost.
Pluto shines the light on our shadow side so we can face our fears and transform our shadow. The intent is NOT to have power over others but rather to be strong and vital in the power of who we are from the inside out.
Jupiter expands. So when Jupiter is with Pluto, this combination is either expanding the drive for power over others, or expanding the drive for empowerment by doing the deeper alchemical shamanic transformative inner work. From a healthy inner sense of power – those with Jupiter Pluto conjunct are NOT driven to do whatever it takes to have big success in the outer world but rather are cultivating inner strength, inner knowing, inner empowerment. It is not an easy journey to discover your own inner strength but it is well worth the results.
As someone with a Pluto Jupiter conjunction in Leo – my personal quest has been an inner journey to discover the truth of who I really am. As a child I was treated as less than important. I had no importance or significance and was often reminded how I ruined my father’s life by being born. Part of me believed what I was being told. Another part of me knew I would find a better, more loving, way to treat my children than how my parents treated me.
Their conditioning and upbringing included using domination and control to terrorize me into bending to their will. Punishments were harsh. They were always right and never wrong. I was always wrong and seldom valued for my perspective or insights. I was often criticized and made to feel that I was unimportant and unloved. Because I was controlled and harshly punished I knew I never wanted to inflict that kind of pain on anyone else.
I do remember being shocked to the core of my being when at about age 16 – my mother told me she thought my greatest gift was my innate kindness. I didn’t think I ever showed any kindness to my parents because mostly I felt tremendous anger and a great deal of pain from their desire to dominate me into submission.
That is the only complement I ever remember getting from my parents. Well actually my father would sometimes complement me on my looks when he molested me so that doesn’t really count. He took delight in telling me how I ruined his life and would say – just wait until you have kids – as if it was the worst curse ever.
After I was married with children he told me that even though I was a very pretty girl he pitied any poor man who would marry me because he didn’t like my attitude. That was one of the last things he ever said to me as he was disowning me and never spoke to me again. Something I now realize was a gift he gave me and my children.
I very rarely expressed my hurt feelings as a child because it wasn’t safe. Instead I was sullen and quiet. Occasionally I would fight back but that only got me in more trouble so I silently told myself I would create a more loving, considerate life for myself when I left home – and for my children, if I ever had any.
I was conflicted about having children. I was terrified and yet I had such a strong desire to do a better job than what had been done to me. I did have 4 amazing children (only 1 of them was actually planned) all now grown amazing adults. So, in that sense I feel extraordinarily fortunate – maybe a Jupiter Pluto gift?
Facing Fears and Uncertainty
Pluto, magnified by Jupiter, is asking you to face whatever scares you, whatever causes you to tremble inside, to feel terrified of showing up, causes you to feel less than important, causes you to feel deep inner pain, causes you to feel you need outside validation. If these fears, if this pain remains unconscious it may cause you to seek ways to feel powerful and important from the outside – to rise to positions of power and domination over others.
The real opportunity Jupiter and Pluto, the divine intent, is to courageously embrace your shadow side, the parts of you that have been disowned, denied or wounded for whatever reason. After facing and embracing your shadow the next step is to transform it so you are not at the effect of it but rather it is the source of your strength that comes from deep within and is not dependent on external circumstance that are likely unsustainable.
Doing deep inner shadow work eventually leads to personal inner mastery (this is true for everyone whether you have a Pluto Jupiter conjunction or not).
I have primarily dealt with the you are not important, terrifying side of this combination. From before I was born family members on both sides were not happy about my birth. As a baby in the womb I was a shadow magnet for my parents and grandmothers who were all struggling with how my birth was shattering their cherished perceptions of themselves.
This means I was NOT a welcomed child or grandchild and as I was growing up and I knew it. (An exception was my maternal grandfather who was thrilled to have a granddaughter but he lived far away so we rarely saw him and he died when I was only 9.)
My survival pattern was always trying to please everyone so I could feel loved. I took this pattern into my adult life and still play it out at times. I have made progress with this as the reflection I receive from my current husband (Best Husband Ever) reminds me it is not my job to make it okay for him.
When we first got together he had to remind me often. Now over 14 years later (in 2020) he only
reminds me occasionally. I did get a playful reminder while working on writing this. So cute. I share this because it helps to know it is a lifelong practice and is not necessarily mastered quickly, or at al,l but any progress is worth the effort.
“Luck consists largely of hanging on by your fingernails
until things start to go your way.” ~Aaron Allston
Pluto Jupiter as Good Fortune or Good Luck
Many astrologers describe the Jupiter Pluto combination as fortunate, meaning you are likely to experience good luck, extraordinary luck, remarkable luck, surprisingly good luck beyond ordinary circumstances.
This is also likely to be accompanied by extraordinary challenges that require you to access an inner strength and courage to keep showing up. This manifests as trial by fire, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, learning from your mistakes, learning surrender, learning to accept what IS and trusting the process.
“Luck is a matter of preparation meeting opportunity.” ~ Oprah Winfrey
These are life experiences we ALL encounter as everyone goes through Pluto and/or Jupiter cycles at some point in their life. The tests and trials we experience cultivate inner strength and the Pluto Jupiter combination suggests these are the souls with an extra strong intention to do just that.
I have found this to be true in my own experience. Sometimes I felt as though God, the Universe, a Higher Power was punishing me for being an honest, kind and caring person, so I did NOT feel at all lucky or fortunate for a long time. However, I was determined to do the inner work to create a better life for myself and I can honestly say now in my 65th year of life I find I feel lucky beyond anything I had ever imagined.
I now see I was fortunate to have been tested to love myself and not seek power outside myself but to continually do the deep inner dive. Yes, there have been times that were more successful than others. Yes, sometimes I had to encounter certain types of challenges over and over until I finally got it. Yes, this still happens to me. And my biggest YES is I am happier than I have ever been as a result!
“The best luck of all is the luck you make for yourself.” ~ Douglas Macarthur
How are You Using Your Personal Power?
Jupiter and Pluto are a powerful combination requiring us to be mindful of how we are using our personal power. A great place to start this inquiry is to ask yourself:
How am I using my personal power to create a better world for myself, my community and my world?
Mastering this kind of personal power requires we learn from our teachers. There is a wise saying that goes something like, before you can wield power as a force of good – you must first submit to it. It doesn’t mean be crushed by it but rather – allow power to teach you, allow those around you to teach both by the example of the wise use of power and the unwise use of power.
If you feel driven that is not a bad thing but it is helpful if you pay attention to how your drive is effecting you and those around you. If your drive comes from being obsessed, fanatical or self-righteous it is likely to backfire on you at some point.
If you are wielding power in ways that come from making others afraid, keeping them terrified, or are manipulative, punishing, coercive and/or shaming these tactics can only provide limited results.This article by Dacher Keltner Ph.D. professor of psychology at UC Berkeley, founding director of the Greater Good Science Center, as well as author of The Power Paradox: How We Gain and Lose Influence and Born to Be Good, and a co-editor of The Compassionate Instinct supports this point of view saying:
…Instead, a new science of power has revealed that power is wielded most effectively when it’s used responsibly by people who are attuned to – and engaged – with the needs and interests of others. Years of research suggests that empathy and social intelligence are vastly more important to acquiring and exercising power than are force, deception, or terror.
For those with Jupiter Pluto as a natal signature – know you have the good fortune and power to make a REAL difference in the world and positively affect the people around. Remember when operating from that positive force it will ripple out from you in ways you may not have even imagined – impacting lives around the planet.
How you cultivate and use your personal power is up to you. Just remember whatever energy you are putting out into the world is the energy coming back to you. To truly receive the gifts of this powerful alchemical combination – go within, transform yourself from the inside out, and be willing to engage powerful alchemical changes for the benefit of all.
Remember you have been gifted with an ability to be a powerful positive force for GOOD helping to bring forth a new reality that operates from loving kindness as more powerful, more fulfilling, more rewarding than any dominator control program could ever be. AND so it IS!
Historical Figures with Jupiter Pluto conjunctions
Mahatma Gandhi born October 2, 1869 (Jupiter conjunct Pluto in Taurus about 2.5 degrees apart) over the course of his life Gandhi led his country to freedom. He was a lawyer advocating and leading non-violent resistance to overturn British rule inspiring civil rights movements around the world. Gandhi engaged in several fasts to stop religious violence. The last one he did was January 12, 1948. He was assassinated on January 30, 1948. Gandhi’s birthday is celebrated as a national holiday and world wide is celebrated as International Day of Nonviolence.
Nelson Mandela born July 18, 1918 (Jupiter and Pluto conjunct 4.5 degrees apart in Cancer) was a revolutionary political leader in South Africa. Convicted for conspiring to overthrow the government and speaking out against segregation policies, he was sentenced to life in prison. He served 27 years from 1962 to 1990. He was the first black president of South Africa from May 10, 1994 to June 16, 1999. He is now regarded as an Icon of democracy and social justice. He also won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993.
Johannes Kepler born December 27, 1571 (Pluto Jupiter conjunct about 2.5 degrees apart in Pisces) Johannes is known for his major contributions to astronomy (guided by his work in astrology). He had a mystical view of the universe bringing science into these views. He proposed there was a geometrical way to view the solar system. His book Somnium (Latin for “The Dream”) is a novel he wrote in 1608 when Jupiter and Pluto were together in Taurus.
The book was edited from 1632 to 1634 and published by his son, Ludwig Kepler four years after his father’s death (during the time when Jupiter and Pluto were again together Taurus). In the narrative, an Icelandic boy and his witch mother
learn of an island named Levania (our Moon) from a daemon.
Modern Day Jupiter Pluto Conjunctions
Anne Francis Born September 16, 1930 (Jupiter Pluto in Cancer about 4 degrees apart within 7 degrees of her Mid-heaven) was an American actress known for her role in the science fiction film classic Forbidden Planet (1956 – during the time of the triple Jupiter and Pluto conjunction in Leo) and for having starred in the television series Honey West (1965–1966) the first TV series with a female detective character’s name in the title. She won a Golden Globe Award and was nominated for an Emmy Award for her role in the series.
Anne had one daughter, Jane Elizabeth Abeloff (born March 21, 1962) with her second husband. Later after her divorce from her second husband Anne adopted Margaret “Maggie” West in 1970, one of the first adoptions granted to an unmarried person in California.
In 1982, Francis published an autobiography, Voices from Home, subtitled An Inner Journey. On its book cover, she wrote that the book “is my spiritual expose. It is about our essence of being, the inner workings of mind and spirit which contribute to the growth of the invisible and most important part of us.
Whoopi Goldberg was born Caryn Elaine Johnson; on November 13, 1955. (Jupiter and Pluto are
within 1°07′ in Leo) Whoopi is an American comedian, actress, singer-songwriter, political activist, author and talk show host. She made her film debut in the avant-garde ensemble film Citizen: I’m Not Losing My Mind, I’m Giving It Away (1982).
Her breakthrough role was playing Celie, a mistreated black woman in the Deep South in the period drama film The Color Purple (1985). She also played Oda Mae Brown – a wacky psychic helping a slain man (Patrick Swayze) save his lover (Demi Moore) – in the romantic fantasy film Ghost (1990), winning an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. In the 1990s, she was rumored to be the highest paid actress for her appearances in film.
Advocating for human rights Whoopi moderated a panel at the Alliance of Youth Movements summit on how social networks can be used to fight violent extremism in 2008, and she moderated a panel at the UN in 2009 on human rights, children and armed conflict, terrorism, human rights, and reconciliation.
On April 1, 2010, she joined Cyndi Lauper in the launch of her Give a Damn campaign to bring a wider awareness of discrimination of the LGBTQ community. The campaign aims to bring straight people to ally with the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender community. Her high-profile support for LGBTQ rights and AIDS activism started with the 1987 March on Washington.
In 2006, she appeared at the 20th anniversary of Comic Relief and she was a speaker at the 2017 Women’s March in New York City and again the following year.
Virginia Elizabeth “Geena” Davis born January 21, 1956 (Jupiter and Pluto are within 1°in Leo) Geena is an American actress, film producer, writer, former fashion model, and a women’s Olympics archery team semi-finalist. She is known for her roles in The Fly, Beetlejuice, Thelma & Louise, A League of Their Own, The Long Kiss Goodnight, Stuart Little, Cutthroat Island where she played a woman pirate captain.
She won the 1988 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in The Accidental Tourist. In 2005, she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama for her role in Commander in Chief. Plus, she has three children a daughter and twin sons. We share the having twins thing but I had boy/girl twins.
As an Activist Geena has supported the Women’s Sport Foundation with a focus on equality in sports opportunities for women and has expanded to prohibit gender discrimination in United States’ educational institutions.
In 2004, while watching children’s television programs and videos with her daughter, Geena noticed an imbalance in the ratio of male to female characters. She went on to sponsor the largest research project ever undertaken on gender in children’s entertainment (resulting in four discrete studies, including one on children’s television) showing there were almost three males to every one female character in about 400 G, PG, PG-13, and R-Rated movies.
In 2005, Davis teamed up with the non-profit group, Dads and Daughters, to launch a venture dedicated to balancing the number of male and female characters in children’s television and movie programming.
She launched the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media in 2007 in 2007. The Institute’s first focus is an on-the-ground program that works collaboratively with the entertainment industry to dramatically increase the presence of female characters in media aimed at children and to reduce stereotyping of females by the male-dominated industry.
For her work in this field she received an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree from Bates College in 2009 and 10 years later in 2019 she received the Academy’s Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award, an Honorary Oscar.
Ram Das was born Richard Alpert on April 6, 1931 (Pluto Jupiter conjunct within 7 degrees in Cancer) and died on December 22, 2019. He was an American spiritual teacher and author of the 1971 book Be Here Now. He is also known for his personal and professional associations with Timothy Leary at Harvard University in the early 1960s, for his travels to India and his relationship with the Hindu guru Neem Karoli Baba. Ram Das founded the charitable organizations Seva Foundation and Hanuman Foundation.
Stanislav Grof was born July 1, 1931 (Pluto Jupiter conjunction within 6 degrees in Cancer). A well-known psychiatrist and one of the founders of transpersonal psychology. He was a pioneering researcher into the use of non-ordinary states of consciousness for purposes of exploring, healing, and obtaining growth and insights into the human psyche. Grof received the VISION 97 award granted by the Foundation of Dagmar and Václav Havel in Prague on October 5, 2007. In 2020 he is turning 89 years old.
The darker side of Jupiter Pluto
Infamous Billionaire Rupert Murdoch (March 11, 1931) founder of Fox News (Jupiter Pluto conjunct in Cancer about 8 degrees apart with Mars also in Cancer) is someone who aligns with Ayn Rand and her views regarding Capitalism as Good and Socialism as Bad. Ayn Rand is author of The Fountain Head and Atlas Shrugged.
Interestingly, in July 2011, Murdoch and his NEWS companies, including the News of the Worldwere charged with hacking and spying on celebrities, royalty, and public citizens. Plus, he was investigated by police and the government for bribery and corruption. Late July 2012, Murdoch resigned as director of News Internationaland stepped down as CEO of 21st Century Fox.
Forbes listed Murdoch as the 34th richest person in the US and the 96th richest person in the world, with a net worth of $13.1 billion as of February 2017. In 2016, Forbes ranked “Rupert Murdoch & Family” as the 35th most powerful person in the world.
Many may remember Jim Jones (Jupiter conjunct Pluto 2.5 degrees apart in Cancer Born May 13, 1931) an infamous American civil rights preacher, faith healer and cult leader who convinced (or forced) his followers to commit mass suicide by drinking Kool Aid laced with cyanide poison in 1978. Around 918 people died in what is referred to as the Jonestown Massacre.
Stay tuned for further research on Celebrities with close Jupiter Pluto Conjunctions natally including but not limited to:
Mick Jagger 1°12′ Rolling Stones, singer, song writer, actor
Arsenio Hall 0°27′ American comedian, talk show host, actor, writer and producer.
Bill Gates 0°34′ co-founder of Microsoft etc…
Mel Gibson 2°43′ actor and filmmaker
Jupiter and Pluto Conjunctions from 1890 to 2160
Worth Noting: Jupiter and Pluto are conjunct about every 12 to 13 years. Pluto takes about 12 to 31 years to travel through a sign – depending on the sign. Pluto goes through Libra, Scorpio and Sagittarius the most quickly and is slowest in Aries, Taurus and Gemini. See Pluto through the signs on the next page.
From 1857 to 1882 there were 5 Jupiter Pluto conjunctions in Taurus. Three of them occurred in 1869. Pluto was in Taurus from 1851-1884 (33 years) and will go through Taurus again in 2095-2129 (34 years)
|May 18 1894||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||09°Ge58′ D|
|Jun 26 1906||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||22°Ge31′ D|
|Aug 10 1918||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||06°Cn02′ D|
|May 26 1931||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||19°Cn16′ D|
|Aug 01 1943||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||06°Le52′ D|
|Nov 02 1955||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||28°Le24′ D|
|Feb 07 1956||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||27°Le35′ R|
|Jun 16 1956||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||26°Le28′ D|
|Oct 12 1968||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||23°Vi39′ D|
|Nov 02 1981||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||24°Li53′ D|
|Dec 02 1994||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||28°Sc26′ D|
|Dec 11 2007||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||28°Sg23′ D|
|Apr 04 2020||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||24°Cp53′ D|
|Jun 29 2020||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||24°Cp06′ R|
|Nov 12 2020||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||22°Cp51′ D|
|Feb 04 2033||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||14°Aq50′ D|
|Apr 12 2045||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||03°Pi31′ D|
|Jan 25 2058||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||17°Pi54′ D|
|Mar 13 2070||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||02°Ar38′ D|
|Apr 21 2082||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||16°Ar10′ D|
|May 29 2094||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||28°Ar51′ D|
|Jul 13 2106||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||10°Ta56′ D|
|Nov 02 2106||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||10°Ta05′ R|
|Feb 19 2107||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||09°Ta14′ D|
|Apr 01 2119||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||21°Ta01′ D|
|May 6 2131||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||02°Ge48′ D|
|Jun 10 2143||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||14°Ge50′ D|
|Jul 19 2151||Jupiter||Conjunct||Pluto||27°Ge27′ D|
This table was generated using Solar Fire V.9.0.25 and also helped to calculate the movement of Pluto into new signs on the next page.
Over the nearly 270 years the table covers there are only 3 times Jupiter and Pluto meet 3 times in a sign. The first is 1955-1956 when Jupiter and Pluto were in Leo. The second is in 2020 in Capricorn (spanning 64 and 65 years since we had the last triple alignment). The third time is 86 years from now in Taurus dancing in and out of Taurus from 2106 to 2107 when it enters more permanently for about 34 years.
Each time there is a triple alignment between Jupiter and Pluto as shown in the table you can see it begins with Jupiter and Pluto coming together while both are in direct motion. The second time they meet they both are retrograde (the June 30 conjunction) and the third time they meet both are direct.
Jupiter and Pluto are within 10 degrees of each other from January 30, 2020 into early 2021 around Jan 6 or 7. They are within 5 degrees or closer from end of February 2020 to mid-December 2020. Staying so close to one another for many months suggests most of 2020 is impacted by this Jupiter Pluto alignment.
Pluto through the Signs
NOTE: the years Pluto is shifting out of one sign into another are times when you may have Pluto in one or the other sign. For example: in 1956 Pluto entered Virgo on October 19 and returned to Leo in 1957 on January 14 and re-entered Virgo on August 18. Then Pluto returned to Leo for a brief time in 1958 on April 11, re-entering Virgo on June 10 of that year.
Pluto in Capricorn about 16 years (1762-1778, 2008-2024, 2254-2270)
Pluto in Aquarius about 21 years (1778-1798, 2023-2044)
Pluto in Pisces about 25 years (1797-1823, 2043-2068)
Pluto In Aries about 32 years (1822-1853, 2066-2098)
Pluto in Taurus about 34 years (1853-1884, 2095-2129)
Pluto in Gemini about 32 years (1882-1914, 2127-2159)
Pluto in Cancer about 28 years (1914-1939, 2157-2185)
Pluto in Leo about 21 years (1937-1958, 2183-2204)
Pluto in Virgo about 16 years (1956-1972, 2202-2218)
Pluto in Libra about 13 years (1971-1984, 2217-2230)
Pluto in Scorpio about 12 years (1735-1747, 1983-1995, 2229-2242)
Pluto In Sagittarius about 13 years (1746-1762, 1995-2008, 2241-2255)