Raven asks on Are You A Plutonian Character:
“Elsa, is there an easier way for you to determine if I am a Plutonian person? I would really love to know…”
As to what constitutes a “Plutonian” I would say it’s subjective and on a continuum. One astrologer may say that anyone with their Sun in Scorpio is “Plutonian” where I would put the bar much higher.
To me, “Plutonian” means that Pluto or Scorpio energy dominates the chart so we’re talking a stellium in Scorpio, a stellium in the 8th house, Pluto aspecting many personal planets.
An astrologer coined a phrase, “Outer Planet Person“. I am sorry, don’t know who. I heard it from, David Pond but I am not sure he wrote. A person was considered an “OPP” if they had their Sun in a sign ruled by an outer planet, or had an outer planet prominent as in placed on an angle or in aspect to a personal planet. Seems to me that virtually everyone in the world would qualify which makes the concept meaningless and I feel the same way re: the term “Plutonian”.
Even if you do meet some enhanced criteria it does not mean you are any good at using this energy. It’s like putting a bunch of kids in the same class with the same teacher. They have access to the same opportunity but some of of them are going to excel while others are going to under perform.
I think if a person can stick a small seed (an idea or notion) in you and have it grow like Jack’s Beanstalk, you’re definitely a Plutonian regardless of what their chart says. Pluto = unfathomable power and if you have it but don’t use it then what you are is ineffectual and I don’t care how many planets you have in Scorpio. Plutonians are able to manipulate energy – period.