Sun conjunct Pluto is the black Sun shining. The Darth Vader of all Sun aspects it is high contrast and stark lighting. The brighter the Sun the darker the shadow and that is just what we get here. This red-ice sexuality is quite a paradox. Sun conjunct Pluto exudes power, but it doesn’t need to make a big song and dance about it. Its mere presence is enough to ensure obedience and submission. Sun conjunct Pluto subjects eyes bore into your soul. Their eyes can be dark and smouldering or light and piercing. Their sexual magnetism is off the Richter scale, but they have an invisible force field around them that says “Look, don’t touch”, hence people are often too afraid to approach them. Despite their sex appeal they are not promiscuous, preferring instead very few, intense and all consuming love affairs. They prefer quality not quantity. Sun/Pluto is not about frills or fluff. Sun conjunct Pluto’s effect is like an over-exposed photo where you are the photo. It strips you bare and gets to your essence. There is no hiding from its glare, it is relentless.
Sun Conjunct Pluto Celebrities
Vivian E Robson has been quoted extensively throughout this blog. The author of “The fixed Stars & Constellations” was an obsessive librarian and a natural researcher. He had a passion for Ancient Astrology. His bedside manner is pretty ruthless. No bones about his interpretations, they are shocking and glaringly to the point. It is very apt that the writer who permeates this website has a Plutonic Sun (73′)
It’s no surprise that the supposedly tyrannical Nero has this placement, and at just 08′ too. He is known to have executed his mother and step-brother amongst others. Although painted black by many, some modern historians say he was no more terrible than your average Roman Emperor. Nero used his power to make Rome a cultural capital and it said he was popular with the common people, taking money from the temples to build theatres for all.
We see the darkest side of Pluto in multiple murderer Sarah Aldrete (20′) She was introduced to witchcraft and black magic by cult leader Adolfo Constanzo and then became his second in command. Together they made blood sacrifices and boiled their victims body parts in a pot. Herb Ritts (13′) is a photographer famed for his stark black and white nudes that made his subjects look like Greek sculptures. His long list of advertising campaigns and celebrities includes Calvin Klein, Chanel and Madonna’s “Cherish” video. Alicia Silverstone’s (13′) “Clueless” image doesn’t scream Pluto, her dark side is hidden, even if she did play Bat Girl. However at aged 15 she did win the“Best Villain” MTV Movie award for the film “The Crush” where she played a vengeful teen out to ruin the life of an older man who had spurned her. Bill Haley (55′) knew a stripped-down life, he rose from living on one meal a day to being the first rock and roll star. He died of a brain tumour and spend his last days in a severely warped state of mind reportedly painting all the windows of his house black.