Did you know that your 8th house is the key to your secret power, your transformational potential? The 8th house is the Scorpion’s lair and its modern ruler planet is Pluto. So what are Scorpio and Pluto known for? Scorpio is known for being a secretive and magnetic sign, and Pluto, at the initial stages of
The conjunction is perhaps the closest imitation due to the closeness of the planets in such an aspect. And it can go either way – this energy can be stressful or manageable. I say manageable because whatever aspect there is between Venus and Pluto, this placement is certainly not for the faint-hearted. If you, dear
● YOU DON’T GIVE A DAMN ANYMORE In your life, you’ve probably had plenty of experiences of people freaking out at you about your signature strange way of being in the world, and while this is sometimes sad or challenging, ultimately you don’t care. You’ve got work to accomplish — art to make, people to heal,
Children born with the Moon-Pluto placement, also called Hades Moon, may find themselves deprived of sympathy and understanding from an early age by their very own family members. These sensitive children often struggle with underlying tensions that arise in domestic situations. For this reason family life may turn out to be the bane of their existence, and they
Scorpio Moon natives find themselves deeply drawn to the mystical, the paranormal and the otherworldly. Their passion for anything unknown or hidden on the other side of the veil; legends, mythological beings, mysterious dark creatures, ghost stories, the occult – you name it – all spark their inner Hades. The sign of the Scorpion, which marks
The inner lives of Scorpio Moons can be so intense that they take being human to a whole new level. In the Scorpio Moon world, it is typically all or nothing. They do not fear life but rather the end of all it has to offer. And this is why they are often fascinated with death and the afterlife.
See that sparkle in her eyes? That passionate yet guarded emotion hiding underneath? You are looking into the eyes of a Scorpio Moon woman – a dark abyss of endless depth. Sultry, mysterious and alluring. Her state of mind is ruled by Mars, the God of War, and Pluto, the Lord of the Underworld. It
Like a motherless child, the Moon feels strangely out of place in the sign of the Scorpion, and even more so in a double whammy aspect with Pluto (Hades Moon). Unless evolved, it is burdened with afflictive emotions – mercilessly thrown into extremities. The Moon literally drowns in the dark waters of this sign. Lifelong battles with