Pluto in Pisces: How It Shapes Your Personality and Life

The position of Pluto in your natal chart reveals the transformations due to take place in your life and how you channel your core truths and restorative power.

Pluto in Pisces

Those born with Pluto in Pisces in their natal chart take into account the feelings of others when making a decision, often this being the most important factor for them to consider.

Sensitive and empathic, these natives don’t want to fulfill their dreams on the account of others. Even more, they strive to understand their fellow humans, even further, from their motivations and what makes them react in a certain way to deeper traits of character that are harder to reveal.

Pluto in Pisces in a nutshell:

  • Style: Compassionate and mystical;
  • Top qualities: Kind, ambitious and creative;
  • Challenges: Oversensitive and sometimes unmotivated;
  • Advice: Empathy should be at the foundation of your social life;
  • Celebrities: William Shakespeare, Charles Baudelaire, Edgar Allan Poe, Charles Darwin.

Personality traits

Plutonian Pisces natives are in danger of becoming depressive or of having bouts of sadness because of their skewered perception of failure. With idealistic goals such as theirs, failure is a constant element that they should learn to factor in their calculations.

The dream world takes so much of their time, in fact, that they soon forget to take care of their household, omit their responsibilities, and act with increased dizziness when asked what they’ve been doing for the past days. Their friends might want to keep their surreal tendencies in check.

With a high intuition and razor-sharp instincts, the Plutonian Pisces are basically undefeated when it comes to facing off difficult challenges and gritty opponents.

They immediately find out the crux of the issue, the weak spot that they can use to achieve their goal. However, they aren’t very cruel or resolute in eliminating the competition because they understand why their fellow peers are doing whatever it is they are doing.

Pluto drives these people to search for the ultimate truth of this world, hidden deep behind the layers of social conformism.

The good and the bad

However, what the Pisces zodiac sign is good at is making the world merrier, making it fall into a state of oblivious joy where nothing ever matters anymore.

Pluto Pisceans are the true jolly kids of the zodiac, ever-so-sweet and adorable with their high-paced rhythm that you must follow in order to see the other side of their world.

These giddy individuals don’t know what restraint means, nor should they find out, because they are perfect as they are, innocent, with a pure vitality, and an endless charisma surrounding them.

One of their greatest perks is also their bane. If this sounds to you as paradoxical and contradictory, then you’re right, it does sound like that.

But the reality is that these natives are so generous and kind to everyone they meet that they soon forget to watch out for any dangers.

There are plenty of people out there who don’t care at all about what happens to others as long as they achieve their goals. And these people are willing to step on bodies if that furthers their aims.

Those with Pluto in Pisces will most likely suffer as a result of becoming aware of how harsh the world really is.

Pluto in Pisces in love

When these natives fall in love, the whole world rejoices at this magnificent event. The rivers start murmuring coolly, the trees rustle their leaves to reveal the birds chirping in a symphony of melodious sounds, all of this to embrace the native that can melt the heart of nature itself.

For them, love is the great enlightenment of the soul, the one true blissful state that fills you with the utmost fulfillment, and in this sense, they are incorrigible romantics.

Whenever Pluto shines upon these natives, their emotions are likely to be more powerful. They are the ones who can talk endlessly about love, having the impression that each partner should bring their own ideas in the mix.

If you’re lucky enough to have a Plutonian Pisces fall in love with you, then you’ve all but reached the epitome of happiness.

There’s little you could ever wish for after witnessing the sheer amount of love and affection that these natives hide within. Their greatest desire is to see you satisfied, fulfilled to the brim, and to achieve this, they’re willing to do almost anything.

Nothing compares to the ravishing power of love that a Plutonian Piscean is capable of unleashing.

The Pluto in Pisces man

Back when Pluto last transited Pisces, society had still not fully let its gender discrepancies go away as there were still differences made between men and women, albeit not as strongly as previous ones.

These men were just as spiritual and intelligent as their female counterparts, only they had more freedom of expression and more leeway. Obviously, there we many artists born during this period, as well as great thinkers, inventors, all inspired by the divine spark that Pluto embedded in them at birth.

Generous and kind individuals who didn’t lower themselves to such a level as to get into fights, insult or even curse their enemies, they simply moved on, letting karma or destiny do its part.

There wasn’t enough time for them to waste on such trivialities because they had their creative drive to satisfy. And there were many inventions made during that period.

With an open-minded approach towards failure and an adaptable personality, these men simply achieve their goals in a way that no one else is able to replicate.

Much of the world as we see it today is partly a result of the Plutonian Pisces natives.

The Pluto in Pisces woman

The Plutonian Pisces woman is very emotional above all else. Emotional and sensitive, empathetic and restrained, she takes care to avoid hurting anyone, even if they’re enemies.

No matter the circumstances she’s in, she won’t ever give up on her principles and emotional sensitivity.

That’s a part of who she is, and Pluto makes sure that whatever societal presuppositions stop others from freely expressing themselves don’t even touch the hem of her skirt.

The last women, to be born with Pluto in Pisces in history, weren’t interested at all in ascending to places of power in society, nor were they keen on struggling over such positions with men.

They were content with offering their support to others, helping as they saw fit, going the extra mile in securing their peace of mind first and foremost.

They had different principles than we do now, in that they focused on completely different things and they appreciated the world at a level we wouldn’t even consider now.

Spirituality was in their nature, a refuge where they always came back to when the world’s and life’s harshness would hit and this most certainly is a trait that will forever be with Plutonian Pisces women.

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Written by Denise

Denise is an experienced practitioner of astrology, interested to discover and share with everyone how astrology can inspire and change lives. She is the Editor in Chief at The Horoscope.