Christian Psychic Readings & Astrology Charts for All Faiths

Pluto in the 12th House

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I don’t know if I have another article on Pluto in the 12th House. I am an earth void. I have learned more about Pluto in the 12th since I wrote the last article, if I did. Back to the subject, Pluto is not a good planet to have in the 12th House. No planet really is. I call things straight. I don’t like to fudge things in an esoteric manner, so everything is a blur. I don’t think people can change if they are not told the stark truth.

The 12th House is a difficult house in which to have any planet. The reason is that the 12th House turns the planet INWARD. In this crazy world, we need to take direct action. If not, people and situations will run over us “sigh* That is a good metaphor for the 12th House. The native turns so far inward that it is very difficult for him to take action, when needed. In addition, he may not know what he is feeling. His own feelings may be amorphous. The key word for the 12th House is amorphous.

Let me give a practical example. Someone close to me has a Pluto in the 12th House. She is TOO nice. She is TOO malleable. She is TOO afraid of anger. Pluto tells us about all of our primal passions. The 12th House tells us that this naive will have a very hard time EXPRESSING any primal passions, such as rage, jealousy, the desire for power, sexual passion and aggression, DIRECTLY. Hence, he may be bullied. He may stuff his emotions inside so deeply that they emerge as obsessions or addictions. Energy pushed down will find an outlet. This is the problem with Pluto in the 12th House.

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3 thoughts on “Pluto in the 12th House

  1. amiannLesley Simpson

    Hello Ami, I remember your last article on Pluto in the 12th house. I have this placement. The last article focussed more on living a double life in some way. I couldn’t identify with that so much. This new view is so right on: repression of feelings on so many levels is something that I have struggled with forever. Being TOO nice and agreeable doesn’t summon respect from others, just the contrary. Thanks for this!

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