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Pluto: Where is your power lost? Where can it be won back?

Let’s talk about Pluto! Pluto, to me, represents everything it has been mythologically and culturally assigned to—the underworld, the shadow side, the darkest parts of ourselves, the selves we wish to hide or keep contained from others, death, taboo, mystery, power struggles, and so on, but above all else, to me, where the planet falls in a house demonstrates the arena in which we feel the most powerless. The house where Pluto falls in shows us the themes we will grapple with and indicates the obstacles and struggles that may arise. Gratefully, Pluto also represents in the chart the area where we can most empower ourselves and elevate our lives and our dignity if we find a way to turn what disempowers us into our strength and make it part of our story, our story of victory, instead of a lesson of our defeat, our story of failure. Pluto shows us where we can triumph if we find a way to revolutionize or otherwise radically transform/change ourselves internally, despite our external challenges. For example, if Pluto falls in the 4th house/IC, it may indicate that a person feels most powerless or defeated in situations involving family. One may be estranged from one’s family or have a difficult relationship with one’s mother or stepfather, for instance, but due to financial, emotional, or other reasons, such person is unable to liberate himself from his family and be free of a toxic home life. He thus feels resentful not only by the fact that his environment limits him, but by the fact that he cannot escape or change his environment. His transformation may come through the act of juggling multiple endeavors to support himself until he is physically and emotionally able to remove himself from his unfit guardians and cultivate his own family through his individual selection of trusted people he names “adopted family.”

Someone with Pluto in the 8th house may feel powerless over death. Such person may undergo countless tragedy in the form of losing people close to him. He may lose his mother, aunt, younger brother, cousin, close friend, mentor, etc. through the course of his life, and so on. He may feel like he has no control over the lives of people he meets, and be plagued by the thought of forming attachments with other people, due to the fear that they, too, will die if he develops a closeness with them. His fear of death (not even necessarily his own) may evolve into a fear of connection and intimacy, another 8th house theme. He can overcome this fear or feeling of powerlessness through re-examining his basic safety, comfort, and survival needs, so when he reevaluates or reassesses his proximity to death, he sees not the history of all those who have passed before him, but the potential to live as though he is dying, not wasting a single minute, relating to himself and others with a newfound depth and urgency. He can form fierce, meaningful, powerful connections that allow him to interact and engage with people without being held back by the immediacy of crisis or the threat of future death. His knowledge that the future is uncertain can give him resistance to the notion of being extinguished, causing him to live relentlessly and with vulnerability, in search for deeper truth. Death may ignite a fury or appreciation for living within him. He may, as the familiar poem goes, “not go gentle into that good night. Rage, rage against the dying of the light.” Knowledge of the impermanence of life makes him full of the desire to build something stable, solid, and long-term, seemingly permanent connections. He finds longevity in essence and via the impact he leaves on others and the impact they in turn impress on him. This gives him life and intense pleasure. Life becomes about energy, constancy in spite of inconstancy, and active transformation (self-transformation). He cultivates resilience and strength/temerity of character through this commitment to continuity of self-change.


Someone with Pluto in the 9th house may feel disempowered in light of others’ ideology/belief systems or in the field of higher faith or science or education. These people are some of the most likely to be successful high school or college dropouts. They have their own unique mission in life, and discovering it is their source of power. This person may also feel constantly tested or undermined by religious notions or organizations and possibly even the notion of God or higher power. This person may, alternatively, derive immense inner strength and fortitude by believing in God or higher power or the Spirit. This person may also form his own introspective, unique thoughts about life and produce philosophies or inquiries about the nature of existence. He could derive great fame or fortune or success or influence from disseminating his views, albeit controversial, whether positive or negative. In fact, he is sure to be polarizing. Nonetheless, his ideas will generate significant outreach due to the distinctiveness of his voice or message. His spirituality may be called into question, abandoned, or adopted. This person may struggle at school/in formal education, not necessarily academically or intellectually, but in terms of curriculum. This student may not agree with what he is being taught or feel like he cannot learn via compulsory schooling. The native may thrive in more organic settings where, opposed to sitting in a lecture or taking notes off a PowerPoint, for instance, he may be asked to design a project implementing his ideas or approach to something or invent a novel way to problem-solve an application. This, to him, may be a better use of his time, energy, and creativity. He may also flourish in home-schooling or alternative schooling, trade schools, or special schools. This person may feel restricted in environments where he is subject to other people’s beliefs or so-called knowledge, such as when someone insists fascism is the right way to live, for instance, and he argues socialism is the right way. He has to learn to contend with other people’s viewpoints, however challenging to hear he believes them to be, without feeling the urge to change or compel them, despite whether he believes himself to be right and they wrong. Other people don’t have to believe what he believes and he shouldn’t feel obligated or righteous enough to attempt to sway or influence them. He will find his personal power when he is able to separate the actions and beliefs and opinions of others without feeling the need to compete with, attack, or obliterate them. There isn’t always a “winner.” Not everything needs to be contested or debated, and sometimes, it really is best to say nothing at all.

Pluto in the 3rd house may feel intimidated, pressured, limited, or controlled in situations involving siblings, local spaces or regional transportation, or informal school as opposed to higher education. For instance, one may be significantly older than her sister and may be forced to help her parents raise her due to her family being large and having significant age gaps between children, or, her sister may have been made an orphan after their parents died in a tragic car accident, and the native thus may have been forced to intervene and take custody of her sibling to avoid the younger girl ending up in the foster system. She may resent having to take care of someone else as an adult when she is not even fully able to provide for herself and her own needs, or she may have difficulty relating to her younger sibling because of their large gap, and may thus find herself in the mother role instead of the big-sister role. She can see this as an unfair constraint upon her own resources, time, and happiness. Or, in a different scenario, the Pluto in the 3rd house person may have parents who divorced when she was a child and one of her parents, say her father, remarried and her stepmother brought in 3 children of her own. This person may feel abandoned by her own father, especially if her mother remained her primary caregiver and her father acted as a birth parent to his stepchildren, treating her as an adopted or stepchild. She may resent her step-siblings for being closer to her father and in her eyes, ‘stealing’ her dad away from her. Tension between her siblings and herself could cause her to feel troubled or indignant and unable to change this deeply unsettling feeling of being replaced that dwells inside her and eats her up from the inside. Rather than letting this jealousy or envy consume her and ravage her insides, she can overcome this tribulation by fostering an intense self-love within herself and finding stimulating mental activities and hobbies (as Mercury traditionally rules the 3rd house) that make her feel powerful.


For example, let’s say she begins to read and write exceptionally well, eventually crafting a memoir about her experiences, and it turns into a bestseller. Or, perhaps, though, this is petty, she joins the chess or debate team at her school along with her siblings and constantly crushes them at debates or chess. She will have thus found a way to transcend those setbacks that made her feel defeated and less important, by becoming the best in a field or championing her story or becoming victorious in publishing or some type of Mercury-related field. She will have attained some sort of dominance or recognition and will no longer see herself as second-best in terms of her parents’ eyes/her father’s treatment of her. And who wouldn’t like to be the most successful sibling? The one who introduced the world to the family name? Sibling rivalry/competition can be healthy.


Pluto often brings the potential for struggle and demise and defeat, but it also rules comebacks and success stories and champions the role of the underdog. There is no ‘failure’ or setback that cannot be overcome with Pluto, so long as one constantly and consistently transforms and generates a second skin, so to speak. Pluto is a test, and you can’t ace every test, but you can’t flunk them all either.

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Ohhhh wat do u think a Libra sun, Taurus moon, cancer rising playlist sounds like???
  1. paradiso // The Chameleons
  2. get off of my cloud // The Rolling Stones
  3. editions of you // Roxy Music
  4. bennie and the jets // Elton John
  5. liars beware // Richard Hell
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Virgos have a darker realm it’s deeply hidden behind their helpfulness and attentiveness. There is a silver tongue and a collection of all the flaws hidden and filed away in their minds. Cross a Virgo and be prepared to be disected to pieces

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heyo. can you do a playlist for a libra sun, pisces moon, sag rising and a scorpio venus? thank you!
  1. heroes // David Bowie
  2. to cut a long story short // Spandau Ballet
  3. fall in love with me // Japan
  4. time again for the golden sunset // The The
  5. save it for later // The English Beat
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would love to know what you think pisces rising, libra moon, scorpio sun and venus in 8th, and sag mercury and pluto in 9th sounds like x
  1. burning from the inside // Bauhaus
  2. I can’t escape myself // The Sound
  3. all in your mind // Echo & the Bunnymen
  4. colours // Sisters of Mercy
  5. too shy // Kajagoogoo
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hiii, could you make a playlist for virgo sun, aquarius moon, pisces rising and leo venus ( i’m a mess)? thank you so much
  1. wave of mutiliation // The Pixies
  2. in my room // The Beach Boys
  3. on some faraway beach // Brian Eno
  4. time // Richard Hell
  5. heaven // Talking Heads
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Let’s talk about Pluto! Pluto, to me, represents everything it has been mythologically and culturally assigned to—the underworld, the shadow side, the darkest parts of ourselves, the selves we wish to hide or keep contained from others, death, taboo, mystery, power struggles, and so on, but above all else, to me, where the planet falls in a house demonstrates the arena in which we feel the most powerless. The house where Pluto falls in shows us the themes we will grapple with and indicates the obstacles and struggles that may arise. Gratefully, Pluto also represents in the chart the area where we can most empower ourselves and elevate our lives and our dignity if we find a way to turn what disempowers us into our strength and make it part of our story, our story of victory, instead of a lesson of our defeat, our story of failure. Pluto shows us where we can triumph if we find a way to revolutionize or otherwise radically transform/change ourselves internally, despite our external challenges.

For example, if Pluto falls in the 4th house, it may indicate that a person feels most powerless or defeated in situations involving family. One may be estranged from one’s family or have a difficult relationship with one’s mother or stepfather, for instance, but due to financial, emotional, or other reasons, such person is unable to liberate himself from his family and be free of a toxic home life. He thus feels resentful not only by the fact that his environment limits him, but by the fact that he cannot escape or change his environment. His transformation may come through the act of juggling multiple endeavors to support himself until he is physically and emotionally able to remove himself from his unfit guardians and cultivate his own family through his individual selection of trusted people he names “adopted family.” Someone with Pluto in the 8th house may feel powerless over death. Such person may undergo countless tragedy in the form of losing people close to him. He may lose his mother, aunt, younger brother, cousin, close friend, mentor, etc. through the course of his life, and so on. He may feel like he has no control over the lives of people he meets, and be plagued by the thought of forming attachments with other people, due to the fear that they, too, will die if he develops a closeness with them. His fear of death (not even necessarily his own) may evolve into a fear of connection and intimacy, another 8th house theme. He can overcome this fear or powerlessness through re-examining his basic safety, comfort, and survival needs, so when he reevaluates o reassesses his proximity to death, he sees not the history of all those who have passed before him, but the potential to live as though he is dying, not wasting a single minute, relating to himself and others with a newfound depth and urgency. He can form fierce, meaningful, powerful connections that allow him to interact and engage with people without being held back by the immediacy of crisis or the threat of future death. His knowledge that the future is uncertain can give him resistance to the notion of being extinguished, causing him to live relentlessly and with vulnerability in search for deeper truth. Death may ignite a fury or appreciation within me for living. He may, as the familiar poem goes, “not go good into that gentle night. Rage, rage against the dying of the light.” Impermanence of life makes him full of the desire to build something stable, solid, and long-term. He finds longevity in essence and the impact he leaves on others and they in turn impress on him. This gives him life and intense pleasure. Life becomes about energy and constancy in spite of inconstancy and transformation. He cultivates resilience and strength/temerity of character.

Someone with Pluto in the 9th house may feel disempowered in light of others’ ideology/belief systems or in the field of higher faith or science or education. This person may feel constantly tested or undermined by religious notions or organizations and possibly even the notion of God or higher power. This person may, alternatively, derive immense inner strength and fortitude by believing in God or higher power or the Spirit. This person may also form his own introspective, unique thoughts about life and produce philosophies or inquiries about the nature of existence. He could derive great fame or fortune or success or influence from disseminating his views, albeit controversial, whether positive or negative. In fact, he is sure to be polarizing. Nonetheless, his ideas will generate significant outreach due to the distinctiveness of his voice or message. His spirituality may be called into question, abandoned, or adopted. This person may struggle at school/in formal education, not necessarily academically, but in terms of curriculum. This student may not agree with what he is being taught or feel like he cannot learn via compulsory schooling. He may thrive in more organic settings where, opposed to sitting in a lecture or taking notes off a PowerPoint, for instance, he may be asked to design a project implementing his ideas or approach to something or invent a novel way to problem-solve an application. This, to him, may be a better use of his time, energy, and creativity. He may also flourish in home-schooling or alternative schooling, trade schools, or special schools. These people are some of the most likely to be successful high school of college dropouts. They have their own unique mission in life, and discovering it is their source of power. This person may feel restricted in environments where he is subject to other people’s beliefs or so-called knowledge, such as when someone insists fascism is the right way to live, for instance, and he argues socialism is the right way. He has to learn to contend with other people’s viewpoints, however challenging to hear he believes them to be, without feeling the urge to change or compel them, despite whether he believes himself to be right and they wrong. Other people don’t have to believe what he believes and he shouldn’t feel obligated or righteous enough to attempt to sway or influence them. He will find his personal power when he is able to separate the actions and beliefs and opinions of others without feeling the need to compete with, attack, or obliterate them. There isn’t always a “winner.” Not everything needs to be contested or debated, and sometimes, it really is best to say nothing at all.

Pluto in the 3rd house may feel intimidated, pressured, or controlled in situations involving siblings or local spaces or regional transportation or informal school as opposed to higher education. For instance, one may be significantly older than her sister and may be forced to help her parents raise her due to her family being large, or, her sister may have been made an orphan after their parents died in a tragic car accident, and she thus may have been forced to intervene and take custody of her sibling to avoid the younger girl ending up in the foster system. She may resent having to take care of someone else as an adult when she is not even fully able to provide for herself and her own needs, or she may have difficulty relating to her younger sibling because of their large gap, and thus find herself in the mother role instead of the big-sister role. She can see this as an unfair constraint, upon her own resources, time, and happiness. Or, in a different scenario, the Pluto in the 3rd house person may have parents who divorced when she was a child and one of her parents, say her father, remarried and her stepmother brought in 3 children of her own. This person may feel abandoned by her own father, especially if her mother remained her primary caregiver and her father acted as a birth parent to his stepchildren, treating her as an adopted or stepchild. She may resent her step-siblings for being closer to her father and in her eyes, ‘stealing’ her dad away from her. Tension between her siblings and herself could cause her to feel troubled or indignant and unable to change this deeply unsettling feeling of being replaced that dwells inside her and eats her up from the inside. Rather than letting this jealousy or envy consume and ravage her insides, she can overcome this tribulation by fostering an intense self-love within herself and finding stimulating mental activities and hobbies (as Mercury traditionally rules the 3rd house) that make her feel powerful. For example, let’s say she begins to read and write, eventually crafting a memoir about her experiences and it turns into a bestseller. Or, perhaps, though, this is petty, she joins the chess or debate team at her school along with her siblings and constantly crushes them at debates or chess. She will have thus found a way to transcend those setbacks that made her feel defeated and less important, by becoming the best in a field or championing her story or becoming victorious in publishing or some type of Mercury-related field. She will have attained some sort of dominance or recognition and will no longer see herself as second-best in terms of her parents’ eyes/her father’s treatment of her. And who wouldn’t like to be the most successful sibling? The one who introduced the world to the family name? Sibling rivalry/competition can be healthy.

Pluto often brings the potential for struggle and demise and defeat, but it also overrules comebacks and success stories and the champions the role of the underdog. There is no ‘failure’ or setback that cannot be overcome with Pluto, so long as one transforms and generates a second skin, so to speak. Pluto is a test, and you can’t ace every test, but you can’t flunk them all either.

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may i have a playlist for gemini sun, cancer moon, and virgo rising, please? thanks! (:
  1. can’t take my eyes off of you // Frankie Valli
  2. still I dream of it // Brian Wilson
  3. chamber of reflection // Mac DeMarco
  4. lonesome town // Ricky Nelson
  5. dominoes // Syd Barrett
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i feel like people with scorpio/pluto influence are drawn to toxic people/situations in relationships because we crave such deep emotion and intense feeling and in today’s day and age of casual dating the easiest way to fulfill that feeling is through pain. like the pain that others put us through is the easiest form of that sought-after intensity to find and we prefer the tumults of toxicity than the bland emptiness of a casual fling and that makes me :////

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cap moon in 6th 💕
  1. all the young dudes // Mott the Hopple
  2. broken hearted blues // T. Rex
  3. baby, baby // The Lemon Twigs
  4. kathy’s song // Simon & Garfunkel
  5. a new career in a new town // David Bowie
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Basic Astrology Part 20

The 2nd House 🌌

  • The second house is about material possesions , values , self - esteem , self worth , the way a person receives money or repels it , wants and needs ( physical and mental ) .
  • Aries in the 2nd House : they act with their gut instinct to create something , importance of self - worth and assertiveness . Strong drive to make money . Prefers rush things because of their impatience . Might try jobs that fire up their adrenaline . Values independence .
  • Taurus in the 2nd House : stability when it comes to financial matters / could be greedy too , knows how to manage and do calculations . They always find a way to earn more money . Jobs where they have the control . Wants luxury . Values stability .
  • Gemini in the 2nd House : makes money from freelance activities , might be too edgy or nervous and have trouble with jobs , they might not reach their needs also might try shady activities to profit . Adaptable in nature . Values social interaction .
  • Cancer in the 2nd House : might earn money from a family business / shop /industry , might rely to universe to bring them wealth ( through inheritance ) . Wants financial security and to spoil others . Values security .
  • Leo in the 2nd House : confidence when it comes to material possessions , earn money through activities where they pose ( actors , models , comedians ) values self respect . Looks for the quality . Values generosity .
  • Virgo in the 2nd House : dedicated to what they chose to do , hard working and detail oriented . Hard time feeling satisfied with what they got . Organized with money . Might work somewhere they offer their services or has to do with hygiene . Values persistence .
  • Libra in the 2nd House : might make money from working with other ppl , like in public relations , weights the pros and cons when it comes to money , arts or law is another choice . Sense of self worth through relationships . Values sincerity .
  • Scorpio in the 2nd House : in order to find harmony they have to learn to give in order to receive , secretive and possessive , transforms their values and their lives through property . Might try jobs that transforms them . Knows how to invest money . Value trust .
  • Sagittarius in the 2nd House : generous when it comes to money , although a tendency to overdo things ( eat a lot , spend a lot , earn a lot ) , might work somewhere they teach or share their beliefs and philosophy . Values honesty .
  • Capricorn in the 2nd House : cautious when it comes to money , might try jobs that include planning or bussiness related . Hard working nature with a tedency to be restless . Wants to build up finances . Values organization .
  • Aquarius in the 2nd House : constant change in your values , you might be very unpredictable when it comes to money or your needs , you might come up with unique ways of earning money ( but the salary might not be stable ) . Values freedom .
  • Pisces in the 2nd House : forms values depending the way something makes them feel , may not be interested in having much possessions , might rely on others for their finances , might earn money from occult , arts and service for others . Values understanding .
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aries: feathers in peculiar places

taurus: teeth imagery… posters

gemini: mirrors outside. take a pic bitch

cancer: cloud imagery. just the word cloud…

leo: orange peels

virgo: lonely gloves on the ground

libra: all things heart shaped

scorpio: keys… the shape of keys. visit your nearest key cutter, buy a coconut water

sagittarius: butterflies and the thoughts you have when you watch them fly away

capricorn: blue cars

aquarius: eye imagery. graffiti art that make you jump

pisces: the colour red

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