©6-5-2010 by Donna Cunningham, MSW
Have you taken The Test? Since the test to measure the strength of your Pluto was published here on January 16th, 2010, more than 20,000 Readers have taken it. The article featuring the test is by far the top post of all time on Skywriter.
It also has the highest number of comments—182. And we’re not talking about quotes like “Awesome!” or “Check out my score!” We’re talking about deep, personal sharing. A Pluto party, unless that’s an oxymoron. (Clue: to a Plutonian, it’s not! We were having the time of our lives the weekend it was published.)
By contrast, only 2266 have taken the Saturn test—not even half that number. I guess Pluto is way sexier than Saturn. From the comments, it’s not clear whether people are proud of their Pluto scores or worried about them. Probably both.
Would you be considered a Plutonian person? You would if Pluto, the sign Scorpio, and the 8th house are strong in your birth chart.
While there aren’t any scientific measurements of a planet’s strength, I’ve assigned number scores to certain chart factors, based on 40 years of doing charts professionally. The test gives these chart features a score and then describes what that score says about you.
Are you a PlutoPalooza? Is your test score 50, 60, or more? Then you have a powerful Pluto indeed. A PlutoPalooza can bench press 3 Venusians and not break a sweat. Here are some of the pitfalls and some of the perks of a powerful Pluto.
5 Pitfalls of a Powerful Pluto:
- Paranoia at times
- Power hunger
- Punitiveness/getting even
5 Perks of a Powerful Pluto:
- Penetrating psychological perceptions
- Political savvy
- Passion that just won’t quit
With plenty of Plusses and a plethora of Minuses, life would be the poorer without our Plutonian powerhouses!
Mind Your Ps—Nevermind the Qs
Are you wondering what the letter P means and why I chose all the P words in this post? I didn’t choose the letter knowingly, I just got on a roll, but afterwards I looked it up in some numerology sites and it fit perfectly with the message. Here’s the consensus:
Numberquest.com’s Letter Meanings notes, “P is the numerical equivalent of 16/7 and represents power. It carries with it a commanding influence and possesses much knowledge. When it is the first consonant in a name the bearer is likely to think of spiritual matters. Negatively, P can be totally self absorbed with little time to empathize with the concerns of others.”
Affinity Numerology lists the positive qualities as shrewd, thoughtful, expressive, influential, knowledgeable, and spiritual. Echoing Numberquest, it lists the negative potential as self-absorption.
Plutopaloozas and other readers, tell us more about what taking the test did for you. Did it affirm something you’d always felt about yourself? Or did it give you a whole new bunch of stuff to keep that eagle eye of yours on? Scroll down beyond this article and use the comment section.
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