Esoteric Astrology

Esoteric Astrology: Pluto and Scorpio – Class 11

The goal of astrology is to let you know about the knowledge of self.

According to Bro. C. Freeman. El, the word zodiac comes from Mother Zuudikius or Zudikius, which means “a circle of animals”. Most zodiac signs are animals because they represent our animal nature, and in Egyptian teachings, this circle is feminine based on the principle of Ma-son or Mother-Son.

Our mothers give birth, and that which gives birth is feminine or the universe. This doesn’t mean women are always better than men unless somehow her head is higher than her feet. Yes, the head is above the feet, but the head isn’t going anywhere unless the feet work. In other words, being “one” is what it’s all about.

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  • Role: The Planet of Power
  • Meaning: Your personal power, sexuality, demon, spiritual transformation, death, resurrection/rebirth, secrets
  • Keywords: Metamorphosis, tax, karma, debts, sex, destruction, war, nuclear bomb, life and death, healing, renewal, surgery

Pluto is named after the Roman god of the underworld, and its astrological symbolism reflects this mythological association. It represents the deep, unconscious forces that drive our human behavior and the process of metamorphosis that occurs when these forces are brought to light.

Pluto is the planet of death and rebirth, destruction and regeneration, and the inevitable changes that occur as part of the cycle of life. If you can leave the body and stay awake, you will not experience the second death again. This is called the art of dying.

The cross of Jesus does not represent death; it represents a cube, God, the concept of balance, and the cardinal cross of the zodiac. The cross that represents death is X, which symbolizes power. The numerological of X is also 6, so this explains why XXX is 666.

Pluto is the planet of transformation, which represents the growing stages in your life: children, boyhood, manhood, and godhood.

In ancient practices, you will have to find ways to get out of your physical into the astral body, out of the astral body into the body of light, and out of the body of light into the essence of who you are, which is consciousness. Yet with the Great Way of Cultivation, you don’t need to do any of this. It is above astrology and any other spiritual methods you have practiced.

Pluto’s energy is not always comfortable or easy to deal with, as it often involves facing the shadow side of the self and confronting the parts of the psyche that have been repressed or denied.

When Pluto transits through a particular sign or makes significant aspects to other planets, it often coincides with major global events, shifts in power dynamics, and the exposure of hidden truths.

For example, when Pluto entered the sign of Capricorn in 2008, it coincided with the global financial crisis and the subsequent restructuring of economic systems worldwide. This transit also highlighted issues of power, control, and the need for greater accountability and transparency in institutions and governments.

Pluto will transit in the sign of Aquarius from January 20, 2024 to September 1, 2024, briefly retrograding back into Capricorn at this point, and reenter Aquarius on November 19, 2024, where it will remain until March 8, 2043.

Pluto in Aquarius is expected to bring significant changes in the areas of technology, science, innovation, and social justice. It may coincide with breakthroughs in artificial intelligence, the rise of grassroots movements for equality and human rights, and the transformation of traditional power structures.

Like most planets in astrology, Pluto goes through periods of retrograde motion, where it appears to move backward in the sky from the perspective of Earth. During a Pluto retrograde, which occurs annually and lasts for 5-6 months, the planet’s energy is believed to be intensified and more focused on inner transformation rather than external events.

Pluto retrogrades are often associated with a deepening of self-awareness, the resurfacing of unresolved karmic issues, and the need to confront the shadow side of the psyche. These periods can be challenging but also highly transformative, as they provide opportunities for healing, growth, and the release of old patterns and beliefs that no longer serve us a purpose.

Negatively, Pluto stands for wars, violence, riots, vandalism, nuclear bomb, etc. Individually, Plutonian people often struggle with issues of control, manipulation, and jealousy in their relationships.


  • Date: October 23 – November 21
  • Gender: Feminine
  • Element: Water
  • Quality: Fixed
  • Symbol: The Scorpion, Eagle, or Phoenix
  • Keyword: I Desire
  • Planetary ruler: Pluto
  • House: 8th house – house of karma, death, transformation, intimacy, sex, secrets, money, inheritance, legacy, joint resources
  • Positive personality traits: Intense, determined, loyal, passionate, resourceful, courageous, magnetic, insightful, ambitious
  • Negative personality traits: Jealous, possessive, manipulative, suspicious, resentful, controlling
  • Organ: Reproductive system, sexual organ, genital, prostate, rectum gland, colon, bladder, urethra, sacral central, and sciatic nerve

The motto of Scorpio is “I desire”. They want many things in life, and Scorpios have the willpower to achieve what they desire.

Scorpio is the sign of extremity, so they can be either a big success or a real trouble. They are either God or the Devil, as they either love you immensely or hate you intensely. They either go all in with 110% effort or do nothing at all. Scorpio has the potential to become the greatest of souls if they apply their willpower righteously and correctly.

Scorpios are usually known for their intense and mysterious personalities. They are deeply emotional and intuitive, but they often keep their feelings hidden beneath the surface.

As a fixed sign, Scorpio has a strong sense of self and is not easily swayed by the opinions of others. They are independent and self-reliant, and these people do not like to follow other people’s commands.

Scorpio is also associated with the occult, mysticism, and the hidden realms of existence. These people are often drawn to the esoteric and the unknown, and they have a natural affinity for spiritual practices such as astrology, tarot, and palmistry.

The Power and Mystery of Sex

Ruled by Pluto, Scorpio is strongly associated with sexuality and sensuality. Sex means Spinal Energy Excretion.

Your spermatozoa/sperms are made in the gonads. These substances travel up the spinal cord, lubricating the spinal cord up to the brain and feeding the brain its vital essence so that your brain can grow, generate, and regenerate its physical cells.

When you are depleted of these substances, you can get really weak and irritable. These are like the food for your brain. It takes the body approximately 24 hours to make an ample supply of spermatozoa, and it takes 72 hours for the body to distribute them, so it’s suggested you make love 24 hours after each time of ejaculation.

In fact, only humans and a small number of other species perform sexual acts other than for reproduction because animals’ sexuality is usually instinctive. Animals have to wait for their “mating season” to perform sexual acts.

According to Teaching of the Wise, the female dog does not allow a male dog to enter her sexually unless she is “in heat”, which usually lasts between 2-4 weeks. Birds generally mate about once a year or during the spring. Sheep and goats mate once or twice a year during their mating seasons. And the elephant, in its wild state, mates only about once every two years.

The Pacific salmon, trout, shad, and several other varieties of anadromous fish die soon after spawning. The male drone bee also dies almost immediately after copulation. In a concept known as sexual cannibalism, females of many spider species, such as black widow spiders, devour their mates after procreation, either for sustenance or to keep their reproductive options open.

You can see the pattern of die-after-sex in many other animals, such as praying mantis, antechinus, labordi chameleons, deep-sea octopus, cicadas, etc.

In other words, reproduction is essentially the process by which you’re moving closer to death. For new things to be born, old things have to die. When you release your substances, a part of you dies, as your substances have the power to create another human being. This is why Scorpio is the sign of creation, reproduction, and destruction – three in one.

Buddhist teachings indicate 40g of blood = 1g of semen; 40g of semen = 1g of marrow; 40g of marrow = 1 brain cell. After ejaculating, you lose around 20g of semen = 800g of blood. In other words, you lose approximately 1 liter of blood after one shot of ejaculation.

Hence, sex is all-consuming! This is the act that can kill you slowly over a long period of time because your essence is limited.

As the sign of sex, Scorpios have mastery over their sexual world. They have animal magnetism which acts like a magical charm to the opposite sex. However, if Scorpio is out of balance, they will get the mark of the beast on their forehead, which means their conscious mind can be full of sex, lust, and greed.

The power of Scorpio is the power of focus. Energy follows your attention, so by focusing your attention on something, you are directing your energy toward that thing. If you focus your attention on one finger of your hand for about 10 seconds, you will feel the energy concentrated there.

Scorpio in the Bible

In the Bible, Scorpio represents the tribe of Dan.

“Dan shall judge his people, as one of the tribes of Israel. Dan shall be a serpent in the way, a horned viper in the path, that bites the horse’s heels, so that its rider falls backward.”

Genesis 49: 16:17

In astrology, Scorpio symbolizes the serpent, the snake, the Phoenix, and the eagle. When the serpent bites the horse’s heels, it means Scorpio bites Sagittarius, whose symbol is the horse. When the rider falls backward, it means that the previous sign of Sagittarius (the 9th sign) is Scorpio (the 8th sign).

If you are a Scorpio Sun, it will be beneficial to cultivate moderation and temperance for your desire nature. It’s important to understand that the law of rhythm is an immutable law: a strong powerful swing to the left is equivalent to a strong powerful swing to the right. If you want to climb your highest mountain, you have to be willing to overcome your darkest moments.