What does Pluto conjunct South Node mean? The Pluto/South Node conjunction can flag up where it’s time to let go, move on, give in. It reveals what’s not working out or where you have no control. All you can do is navigate your way forwards as best you can keeping in step with the changes taking place, wherever they lead you.
What is the significance of the South Node? The south node: Your innate gifts and past life.
The south node is the exact opposite zodiac sign of the north node. It reveals the gifts that you bring into this lifetime, your sweet spot, your comfort zone.
When was the last Pluto conjunction? Montúfar notes the Saturn-Pluto conjunction of January 2020 as a turning point, while Hardy calls out the February and May 2020 transits when Saturn and Jupiter, respectively, hit 27 degrees of Capricorn (that is, the same degree of Capricorn where the Pluto return falls).
How often does Pluto conjunct with Earth? It happens around every 248 years, meaning this is the Pluto return in the United States since the country was founded in 1776.