Pluto is right at home in spooky Scorpio!
When Pluto is in its natural placement, you'll feel a deep affinity for all things dark, weird, and mysterious. Because of this attention to darkness, you might also be attracted to the 'darker side of yourself—having a tendency to favor a constant sense of renewal or self-analysis at this time. Be careful of your spending here, as these two can create difficulty in balancing financial matters. Relationships during this period may deepen, but they can also be chaotic, so use that inner strength to get real about your needs and desires.
Pluto in Scorpio: Significance & Meaning
Element And Modality: Water & Fixed
Positive keywords for Pluto in Scorpio:
Negative keywords for Pluto in Scorpio:
- Self Destructive
Pluto in Scorpio Personality
Pluto in Scorpio ignites hell's fires in its natives. Few are more willing—no, consumed with—to get to the bottom of things, regardless of how rough the way down is. Unfortunately, their outlooks tend toward negativity. Given their familiarity with the darker side of life, this comes as no surprise. So, God help you if you wrong someone with their Pluto in Scorpio. Their devious minds are ripe for seeking revenge. There's a certain shrewdness to individuals that makes them particularly dangerous adversaries.
However, folks mustn't fear their wraths too much. Due to their psychological focuses, they're often too wrapped up in their own troubles and machinations to bother with vengeance. Life is a contradiction for these folks, and most of their time is spent unraveling it.
Pluto in Scorpio incarnates the doomsday prepper, ready for the end of the world. Their nature is such that they often expect the worst-case scenario. In the realm of emotions, Scorpio Pluto feels on a spiritual level, but don't take them for pacifists! They have more bite than a little bit. They are fueled by a pure passion that can verge on pettiness when wronged. Most often, they employ their drive in some sort of vaguely taboo, off-the-wall creative expression. As a result, the notable art of this generation is tinged with darkness and mystery.
Since the well of their emotions is effectively bottomless, Pluto in Scorpio tends to shy away from them. Like a hurricane, the storm brewing in their psyches cannot be contained, and trying only assures destruction. In their emotions and interpersonal dealings, those with a strong Pluto in Scorpio influence should aspire to openness, despite their fears of rejection and manipulation.
Furthermore, while humans definitely have the capacity for evil, wrongdoing isn't assured. Scorpio Pluto must keep this in mind as they cast judgment, lest they miss out on meaningful opportunities and relationships.
Pluto is at its most comfortable—if the planet of radical transformation can even feel comfort—in Scorpio. It makes for a generation that, due to the polarizing nature of the sign, we love to hate. The plight of the much-discussed Millennial—the cohort to which most with their Pluto in Scorpio belong—demonstrates this characterization. Of course, this reputation isn't entirely undeserved. Pluto in Scorpio makes for a consummate rule-breaker. They are the proverbial motorcycle-riding bad boy of the most recent generations, and on some level, they savor this label.
Like all Scorpio placements, those with this placement aren't pleased with the accepted response, so they're apt to scratch at the surface of an issue until they find (or force) a satisfactory explanation. Scorpio Pluto's passion for uncovering the hidden is unmatched.
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