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Pluto in the First House? Dude Acts Like a Scorpio!

Pluto in the First House? Dude Acts Like a Scorpio!

People of any sign born with Pluto in the first house are known lovingly in the Zodiac community as Plutonians and adapt a persona eerily akin to Scorpios — but not quite as marvelous. These natives give off Scorpionic energy because Pluto, the ruler of Scorpio, resides in their house of self-expression. The stronger or more dominant Pluto is — whether by aspect, sign or other elevated status–  the more Scorpio-like their behavior and physicality. The first house in a natal chart governs outwardly expressed personality, which involves everything from our appearance and dress style to how we behave under duress or in the company of people who are strangers and those we don’t wish to reveal our deepest selves to. It governs how we see ourselves and how we actualize ourselves. Of course Pluto in the first house doesn’t alone shape self-identity or self-expression.  It gets help from the Ascendant and any  other planets in the first house or in tight aspect to planets in the first house....

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Dating Someone with Pluto in the 7th House? Beware! Here are 8 Traits You Should Know About

Dating Someone with Pluto in the 7th House? Beware! Here are 8 Traits You Should Know About

A person with the explosive planet of Pluto in the house of relationships rarely has smooth interactions with people, whether in love relationships, business partnerships or friendships. They may not realize it, however, and always perceive the OTHER person as the difficult one. Pluto is transformative and only transforms through the power of destruction and resurrection…..constantly. So, anyone in an intimate bond with those born with Pluto, the ruler of Scorpio, in their 7th house, had better be strong, feisty and persevering — because they will get torn down…. often!  8 Traits of People with Pluto in the 7th House   1. Pluto-in-7th House people carry bombs — innately embedded in their personality. At any time, these bombs may go OFF.   People with Pluto in the relationship house will engage in conversations, debates and activities that degenerate into highly-unnerving, exhausting and often accusatory battles. Consider it a strip search — a soul strip search. These people only rip into you when they can expose your guts and rip your...

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Plutonic Love Lessons from “Every Breath You Take”

Plutonic Love Lessons from “Every Breath You Take”

Are Plutonic people obsessive and stalkerish? (You bet).  And this song is a great anthem. On a lonely, bitter night punctuated by a fresh break-up,  “Every Breath You Take” was written by a man with Scorpio’s ruler Pluto on his Ascendant. Yep, the introspective and obsessive Sting, a Libra Sun, has Pluto rising! His first house Pluto is also conjunct Scorpio’s second ruler, Mars. (Sting is an honorary stinger, so to speak). Perhaps that’s why he used his personal experience to perfectly craft a gripping classic about obsessive love, heartbreak and stalking – oh, let’s just say the song is about Scorping. The character in the song is what I call a scoper (and don’t you think the difference between the words “scoping” and “scorping” is quite negligible?). Scoping — the ability to watch, investigate, probe and basically X-ray another person’s life is a Scorpio specialty. According to a 1983 interview given by Sting and chronicled on his website Sting.com, the songwriter said of the title: “I woke up...

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How Pluto helped Anne Rice change Vampire Culture forever.

How Pluto helped Anne Rice change Vampire Culture forever.

We can thank Anne Rice’s Pluto for making vampires more sexy, than scary. Before that, did anyone really want to screw Dracula? As the modern day Twilight vampire series digs its fangs into pop culture I can’t help but to reminisce about Rice, who’s now defected and gone to the hyperreligious side — a typical hazard of an active Pluto (the need to capsize everything for something new. Pluto conjunct Ascendant native Madonna and Scorpio Ascendant Prince have also left darker Plutonic personas for religious ones. It happens). Rice may not have Scorpio rising (her birth time isn’t listed on Astrotheme). However, the always dressed in black Rice, born Oct. 14, 1941, does have a Scorpio Venus and Mercury — the two planets which drove her fictional writing. Plus, Pluto, Scorpio’s ruler, aspects all but one of her personal planets. It is sextile her Sun, trine her Moon, square her Mercury and opposite her Mars, It also strikes her Jupiter in a semi-square. Rice was touched in every way,...

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