Pluto: The Soul’s Evolution Through Relationships – Jeff Green

There are four main evolutionary stages that are identified by evolutionary astrology, and each one of these states correlates to a different spiritual step along the ladder of life. In order to properly analyse Pluto’s position in the composite chart, we need to make a connection between the house and sign position of composite Pluto and the desires that both individuals of the couple had in their former lifetimes. The polarity point of Pluto displays the present aim of the relationship as well as the direction that it will take to evolve in the future. The phasal link that Mars and Pluto¬†reveals how the two will realize the goals that they have set for themselves at this point in their lives.

Several examples of how Pluto operates in the composite chart are included in the following list.

A couple with composite Pluto in the 3rd house will have themes in their former life relationship that focus on a couple who wished to deepen their partnership via intensive studies of one another’s psyche in order to grow together. Deep and passionate discussions can occur, and such exchanges of communication will elicit responses from one or both of them who are adamantly committed to previously held ideas, thoughts, or beliefs that explain their positions and keep them safe. During the previous lifetime, these dynamics brought the partnership to a grinding halt. The danger in this type of relationship arises when one partner seeks to exert control over the other’s line of thinking.

Attempting to influence and manipulate the mind of the other in order to fulfil a desire may have been tried by one or both parties. As a result, there has been dishonest communication. This is referred to as the power of persuasion by Jeff Green, and if this is used to conceal a deeper objective, negative karma is generated. If “brainwashing” is the consequence, it results in a feeling of hostility and disgust towards the other. In rare circumstances, Pluto in the 3rd house or the sign of Gemini may represent two persons who had previously been tied to one another through the fact that they were siblings. Furthermore, the typical boundaries that exist between siblings have been breached, and there has been sexual intercourse. The connection has been kept secret from other family members in some cases since it has been agreed upon by both sides. If the contact was made without the permission of the other person, the situation symbolizes an older sibling controlling the psyche of a younger brother or sister.

Another example mentioned in the book is Pluto in the 11th house, which might indicate the reincarnation of two extremely close friends from a previous lifetime. A group or other common interests may have brought them together. In some situations, they wished to go from being extremely close and like-minded friends into the framework of intimacy and eventually into a relationship with each other. They have both desired to rebel against their suffocating life circumstances, and this has brought them closer together than they could have imagined. As a result of this transformation, many relationships have seen a significant shift from friendship to intimacy, with severe consequences in many situations.

Where they formerly helped each other as friends who could view one other objectively, they have now lost all of that objectivity, and the relationship has come to an end. In addition to these couples, many others who have composite Pluto in the 11th house have changed their connection from one of closeness to one of friendship. In this way, they have gained a better objective understanding of one another, or they have developed a strong emotional attachment to one another and pledged to remain close friends in following lives.

Alternatively, there may have been a sudden loss or ending of the relationship/friendship in a previous lifetime. These events might have occurred for a number of reasons; one party could have had a covert goal or motivation, or one could have had an intention to harm the other. Instead, it may be a couple that has been rejected by mainstream society and has bonded with one another for support and validation.

The idea of the Soul’s Evolution via Relationships has several intriguing themes to consider. Although the suggestions offered are interesting, they are difficult to put into context within the present partnership. An open mind is definitely required for this book, which provides some unique situations based on some of our past life relationships. Pluto: The Soul’s Evolution Through Relationships, Volume 2