Pluto and the Power of Love…

What does Pluto have to do with love? A lot. Pluto is connected to subterranean life – the ID – that which compulsively motivates us and over which we seemingly have little or no control. Pluto’s drives come upon us, stealth like, cloaked in desire, edging us on to satisfy our deepest but often rationally unidentified needs. When we link Pluto to planets like Venus or Mars, or with the Sun and Moon, drives towards meaningful relationships with other will be coloured by threads of Pluto. Transit Pluto too, is able to set of chain reactions, and when the personal planets are involved, again themes will be played out through possible conflicts with significant others in our lives. So how can we best deal with the emotional upset that a Pluto transit can bring about? Well, awareness helps. If you see that you are obsessing about someone or something under a Pluto tranist, learn to release it, to let it go. Ideas too should be allowed to flow when Pluto is big in the astrological picture. Pluto is also about surrender, about the willingness to undergo the process, about the necessity of closure even when we would love to put it off indefinitely. 

Pluto is  also often linked to violence, domestic and otherwise, where frustration dominates and love disappears out of the window, where the will to dominate or annihilate the other, takes precedence over the will to create harmony. How an individual will deal with Pluto in the radix and in transit, is related to the level of self awareness and self control a person has. Ignoring Pluto’s demands is never easy, he can be very difficult when denied. Yet it is this ability to focus on, to watch and wait, without denying pain and hurt, that eventually allows a person to gain mastery over situations and maturity in life.

Over Liz Hathway

Liz Hathway is a British born astrologer currently based in Amsterdam. Liz studied astrology at the Kosmos in Amsterdam, at the Faculty of Astrological Studies in London and with well known horary astrology John Frawley. Liz also holds an MA (with distinction) in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology, from the University of Wales, in Lampeter, and was short-listed for the 2016 Alumni Association MA CAA Dissertation Prize.
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