Do you feel attraction to everything that is taboo? Or do you have a great fear of intimacy while you can’t stand the idea of being by yourself? This is what Pluto’s position indicates when he is in the 8th House.

Attempting to make sense of my aching heart. If I could just be everything and everyone to you

Not Enough Time – INXS

Understanding Pluto

Pluto is the planet of transformation. Wherever it is, a mutation process begins that aims to clean from within what we need to let go of so that our potential can flourish. It’s like cleaning a basement that hasn’t been opened for decades…or centuries. No one likes opening that door and walking down… yet once we do, we not only remove clutter, but uncover treasures we never knew we possessed. When we go down to that basement we are faced with a past that has been forgotten within the subconscious.

The presence of Pluto in an astrological house indicates that, in that area of life, we will see the contents of the basement of our soul. Wherever Pluto is, we will go through experiences that will bring to light behaviors that arise from ancestral memories stored within our DNA and soul memories. In our incarnation they can arise as fears, repressions, negative attitudes and/or the feeling that we are controlled by circumstances that do not allow us to develop personal power in the area of life where Pluto is located.


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Pluto is the door to a very different past, where life circumstances have been tougher, rougher. At the same time, accessing these memories connects us with the resilience of our ancestors and the Soul. And consequently, with great personal power.

The difference between the natal position of Pluto and its transit through the houses is that the natal position indicates the area of life where our evolution will focus in the present incarnation, while the transit of Pluto activates temporary processes that assist our evolutionary path.

We experience the power of transformation that Pluto represents both individually and collectively. This is a planet that moves very slowly: it takes 248 years to travel the zodiacal wheel and stays in each sign between 12 and 31 years. In this sense, we are all part of a group that will evolve the characteristics of the sign Pluto is in when we are born. On an individual level, we live this process within the life area (or astrological house) where Pluto is located.


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When Pluto is in the 8th House

The mysterious 8th House is from the kingdom of Pluto. The 8th House – like Scorpio – symbolizes the transformation that occurs when we merge our individual world with that of the Other. This is a paradoxical experience since, through union, we meet the finitude of our being. And reaching this point means having touched the bottom of our own abysses. This is a process that leads us to the death of who we thought we were and makes us reborn with a new state of consciousness. By analogy, the 8th House represents the House of death, sex, vulnerabilities, and deepest fears.

When the planet of transformation is inside the astrological house of transformation, its energy is especially powerful… and almost invisible, since, like all homeowners, they are one with their surroundings. This position tells us that what most interests the individual is precisely to transform his own process of metamorphosis.

To do this, we feel obsessed with extremes, especially that of our emotions. We want to feel everything, understand it. We feel everything that happens to us very intensely, from ecstasy to despair.

When Pluto is in the 8th House, we have a certain fascination for everything that is taboo, macabre, forbidden. We pay attention to what is generally wanted to be left out, what most people don’t want to see. We have a sixth sense to perceive what terrifies us the most. We are obsessed with death, decomposition, secrets.


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In the 8th House we become intimate with those with whom we associate. This is where the true self is shown. With Pluto in this house, it is very possible that we have suffered a lot in intimate relationships. Whether they are ancestral or soul memories, there is in us the fear of being devoured by those we love. Perhaps when we most needed to feel safe and protected, we have found ourselves with the survival instinct of the other, who have chosen themselves when we most needed them.

The 8th House is related to the Water element: it describes an emotional process. Although it can be activated through sexual energy, in reality, the transformation that we speak of in the 8th House is carried out through receptivity towards the Other. Pluto in this house seeks to eliminate everything that prevents us from trusting each other and to do so, it encourages us to explore the abysses of human nature.

What happens is that the part of us that seeks to evolve meets the part that fears being hurt, which has great power over us. To combat the fear of pain, we stay in pain constantly. So, faced with the possibility of an attack from a loved one, we create a wall in our heart, or we look for emotions so intense that they do not allow us to feel what is really happening inside us… an enormous grief caused by the loss of innocence.

Sometimes it can manifest as panic attacks at the very thought of joining body and soul with another person. In other cases, there may be a destructive element that kicks in in the most intimate moments. We can also want to control the other, or be controlled… and thus we avoid the real union, which is based on mutual surrender. At the same time, there can be an overwhelming desire for intimacy, not to be alone, even a fear of the dark that can lead to total despair.

Perhaps the most important thing with this position is to allow yourself to FEEL, with capital letters, the deepest emotions that contain our own silence. Pluto in the 8th House has the ability to experience the transformation process in his own body, more than anyone else. They are true alchemists of the dark.

Devil inside. The devil inside. Every single one of us. The devil inside.

INXS

Those with Pluto in the 8th House have the ability to understand and validate human nature, creating the space for transformation. This makes them natural shamans, as they can merge with the extremes of reality, and pass through to the other side.

The depth of these individuals stems from the ability to sink into the darkest of the subconscious, to understand the animal nature and the neutrality of Life. Then, they can accompany others through the most difficult moments that life presents.

They may have suffered a lot as children. At the ancestral and soul level, there may be memories of having been destroyed by the person closest to them, making them feel in the present that intimacy holds imminent danger, a fear that can only be quelled through the perpetuation of emotional intensity. However, that desire to explore the forbidden, the dark, the rotten of Life, leads them to understand aspects of nature that, after all, are part of the processes of life. Or, on a human level, consequences of emotional repressions. When they manage to overcome the fear of intimacy, they can become great healers.

Another characteristic of this position is a great sexual magnetism, which can awaken the life force within everything that is close to them, in a healing way.

Michael Hutchence, from INXS, is a good example of Pluto in the 8th House.

 



 

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Do you feel attraction to everything that is taboo? Or do you have a great fear of intimacy while you can’t stand the idea of being by yourself? This is what Pluto’s position indicates when he is in the 8th House.

Attempting to make sense of my aching heart. If I could just be everything and everyone to you

Not Enough Time – INXS

Understanding Pluto

Pluto is the planet of transformation. Wherever it is, a mutation process begins that aims to clean from within what we need to let go of so that our potential can flourish. It’s like cleaning a basement that hasn’t been opened for decades…or centuries. No one likes opening that door and walking down… yet once we do, we not only remove clutter, but uncover treasures we never knew we possessed. When we go down to that basement we are faced with a past that has been forgotten within the subconscious.

The presence of Pluto in an astrological house indicates that, in that area of life, we will see the contents of the basement of our soul. Wherever Pluto is, we will go through experiences that will bring to light behaviors that arise from ancestral memories stored within our DNA and soul memories. In our incarnation they can arise as fears, repressions, negative attitudes and/or the feeling that we are controlled by circumstances that do not allow us to develop personal power in the area of life where Pluto is located.


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Pluto is the door to a very different past, where life circumstances have been tougher, rougher. At the same time, accessing these memories connects us with the resilience of our ancestors and the Soul. And consequently, with great personal power.

The difference between the natal position of Pluto and its transit through the houses is that the natal position indicates the area of life where our evolution will focus in the present incarnation, while the transit of Pluto activates temporary processes that assist our evolutionary path.

We experience the power of transformation that Pluto represents both individually and collectively. This is a planet that moves very slowly: it takes 248 years to travel the zodiacal wheel and stays in each sign between 12 and 31 years. In this sense, we are all part of a group that will evolve the characteristics of the sign Pluto is in when we are born. On an individual level, we live this process within the life area (or astrological house) where Pluto is located.


Would you like to know yourself in a whole new way? Order a birth chart reading on mp3 or videoconference. 


 

When Pluto is in the 8th House

The mysterious 8th House is from the kingdom of Pluto. The 8th House – like Scorpio – symbolizes the transformation that occurs when we merge our individual world with that of the Other. This is a paradoxical experience since, through union, we meet the finitude of our being. And reaching this point means having touched the bottom of our own abysses. This is a process that leads us to the death of who we thought we were and makes us reborn with a new state of consciousness. By analogy, the 8th House represents the House of death, sex, vulnerabilities, and deepest fears.

When the planet of transformation is inside the astrological house of transformation, its energy is especially powerful… and almost invisible, since, like all homeowners, they are one with their surroundings. This position tells us that what most interests the individual is precisely to transform his own process of metamorphosis.

To do this, we feel obsessed with extremes, especially that of our emotions. We want to feel everything, understand it. We feel everything that happens to us very intensely, from ecstasy to despair.

When Pluto is in the 8th House, we have a certain fascination for everything that is taboo, macabre, forbidden. We pay attention to what is generally wanted to be left out, what most people don’t want to see. We have a sixth sense to perceive what terrifies us the most. We are obsessed with death, decomposition, secrets.


How does each sign speak? Find out!


In the 8th House we become intimate with those with whom we associate. This is where the true self is shown. With Pluto in this house, it is very possible that we have suffered a lot in intimate relationships. Whether they are ancestral or soul memories, there is in us the fear of being devoured by those we love. Perhaps when we most needed to feel safe and protected, we have found ourselves with the survival instinct of the other, who have chosen themselves when we most needed them.

The 8th House is related to the Water element: it describes an emotional process. Although it can be activated through sexual energy, in reality, the transformation that we speak of in the 8th House is carried out through receptivity towards the Other. Pluto in this house seeks to eliminate everything that prevents us from trusting each other and to do so, it encourages us to explore the abysses of human nature.

What happens is that the part of us that seeks to evolve meets the part that fears being hurt, which has great power over us. To combat the fear of pain, we stay in pain constantly. So, faced with the possibility of an attack from a loved one, we create a wall in our heart, or we look for emotions so intense that they do not allow us to feel what is really happening inside us… an enormous grief caused by the loss of innocence.

Sometimes it can manifest as panic attacks at the very thought of joining body and soul with another person. In other cases, there may be a destructive element that kicks in in the most intimate moments. We can also want to control the other, or be controlled… and thus we avoid the real union, which is based on mutual surrender. At the same time, there can be an overwhelming desire for intimacy, not to be alone, even a fear of the dark that can lead to total despair.

Perhaps the most important thing with this position is to allow yourself to FEEL, with capital letters, the deepest emotions that contain our own silence. Pluto in the 8th House has the ability to experience the transformation process in his own body, more than anyone else. They are true alchemists of the dark.

Devil inside. The devil inside. Every single one of us. The devil inside.

INXS

Those with Pluto in the 8th House have the ability to understand and validate human nature, creating the space for transformation. This makes them natural shamans, as they can merge with the extremes of reality, and pass through to the other side.

The depth of these individuals stems from the ability to sink into the darkest of the subconscious, to understand the animal nature and the neutrality of Life. Then, they can accompany others through the most difficult moments that life presents.

They may have suffered a lot as children. At the ancestral and soul level, there may be memories of having been destroyed by the person closest to them, making them feel in the present that intimacy holds imminent danger, a fear that can only be quelled through the perpetuation of emotional intensity. However, that desire to explore the forbidden, the dark, the rotten of Life, leads them to understand aspects of nature that, after all, are part of the processes of life. Or, on a human level, consequences of emotional repressions. When they manage to overcome the fear of intimacy, they can become great healers.

Another characteristic of this position is a great sexual magnetism, which can awaken the life force within everything that is close to them, in a healing way.

Michael Hutchence, from INXS, is a good example of Pluto in the 8th House.

 



 

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