Pluto in Sagittarius: generational and personality traits

Pluto in Sagittarius

Pluto in Sagittarius is in the abode of Jupiter and Neptune, the Sign of Chiron’s exaltation, the Sign of Fire which is opposite to Pluto’s natural Element (Water).

Pluto in Sagittarius makes a deep and subtle purge of outdated social ideas, ideals, religious and scientific concepts. It sheds light on the rubbish that accumulated over time behind even the greatest ideals. Any idea propagated to the masses is profaned: Pluto in Sagittarius is designed to compensate for this effect.

Pluto in Sagittarius: personality traits

Pluto in Sagittarius endows the native with a philosophical mindset and either with deep religiosity (including addiction to witchcraft or lucid dreaming), or absolute atheism. Such people constantly feel inner anxiety, strongly want to get a higher education, and are attracted by vigorous activity, changes, and travel to exotic destinations.

Pluto in Sagittarius people like nature and animals. Their secret dream is utopian brotherhood and humanism on Earth, as well as fundamental equality between people. In most cases, with Pluto in Sagittarius, people think sensibly, are not prone to prejudice, superstition, and are distinguished by nobility, honesty, conscientiousness, generosity, but also dreaminess.

Pluto, occupying the sign of Sagittarius, grants people amazing mobility, indefatigability, and a constant thirst for variety in whatever form. These individuals also have strong organizational and rhetorical abilities and act as natural leaders and commanders. With the well-aspected Pluto, manifested individualists are born for whom personal and spiritual freedom, independence, self-sufficiency, and constant spiritual renewal are vital for well-being and, sometimes, survival.

Harmonious and afflicted scenarios

If Pluto in Sagittarius is harmonious, then the native becomes:

  • strong-willed;
  • energetic;
  • enthusiastic;
  • fair;
  • likely to achieves success, wealth, and esteem;
  • far-sighted;
  • knowing how to dispose of other people;
  • seriously interested in medicine, philosophy, religion, new scientific trends, and innovations.

If either Pluto, or the Sagittarius, or both are afflicted, the following traits become prominent:

  • dictatorship, violence;
  • exaggerated ambition;
  • emotional instability;
  • recklessness in words and actions;
  • desire to use forceful methods;
  • adventurism;
  • aggressiveness, quarrelsomeness;
  • urge to take unnecessary risks.

In a negative scenario, a Pluto in Sagittarius person is an individualist, an egoist with exaggerated self-importance who pushes everyone away and forces others to work for him or her, running the usual gamut of human vices.

In a positive scenario, Pluto in Sagittarius creates a temperamental, optimistic person with a cheerful disposition and a strong sense of dignity. All their lives these people will contemplate deep questions about spiritual values and try to establish and spread a single world religion that would help every person to achieve God.

Pluto in Sagittarius: generational traits

The last time Pluto was in Sagittarius in 1750 – 1762 when the French revolutionaries (Robespierre, Marat, Danton) were born. We can expect the current Pluto in Sagittarius generation (people born between 2000 and 2011) to produce effects of a comparable magnitude. This generation has a completely renewed system of values which is easy to spot by observing their social media behavior: influencing others and gaining followers is a trademark of these people.

The Pluto in Sagittarius generation comes at the dawn of the Age of Aquarius characterized by patriotism, enthusiasm, and the unification of people with the will to bestow. In this Age, people with cosmic consciousness who used to be apart finally meet, developing superconsciousness and reshaping life on Earth.

Pluto in Sagittarius people are at the forefront of this movement. They understand why they live and where they need to direct themselves. This generation produces a completely new type of leaders of a highly spiritual order, leading to an extraordinary growth of social energy. A new reality based on directing the universal energy toward human goals emerges. Thus, even a small group of new-type leaders can successfully resist an army of soulless mercenaries as higher powers provide them with guidance and support.

Looking into the future

As a result of the Pluto in Sagittarius generation actions, a significant part of modern science will die out and will be later viewed as a pointless exercise, but the new scientific horizons will likely exceed the scope of our today’s imagination. For example, new means of communication based on human biological potential should emerge, as well as revolutionary ways of reducing distances and exploring outer space (teleportation). The laws of karma will finally prevail and become the basis for the development of society.

Pluto in Sagittarius people look for the highest spiritual values and grow into philosophers, religious gurus, and teachers who lead by example and practice what they preach, expanding ideological horizons. Religious fanatics and cult leaders will also be common. This generation has an inherent interest in political organizations and movements in the name of an idea.

In short, the Pluto in Sagittarius generation will make a thorough revision of all spiritual, ethical, and moral values, rebuild religions, change their role in human life, and change the civilization as we know it.