How to Channel Your Raw Sexual/Creative Energy Productively #GeorgeRRMartin #SelenaGomez #BruceSpringstein #FrankFrazetta #GordonRamsey #MarlonBrando

            In our astrological birth chart our raw sexual/creative/destructive energy is reflected in where Pluto was when we were born.

In Greco/Roman mythology Pluto was the god of the underworld. In astrology Pluto symbolizes the power of our deep instincts.

The power that lies below the earth (in Pluto’s realm) is released through explosive volcanic eruptions.

Similarly, the powerful instincts that lie deep within us can erupt out of us in volcanic acts of creation, passion, or destruction.

That passion can be destructive or productive and creative depending on whether or not we know how to use it. We learn how to use it when we understand what Pluto was combined with when we were born, and thus we understand our own deeply personal passion power, and how to use it for good in our work.

Here are some examples of people that were born when Pluto was combined with Venus. Venus is associated with beauty and pleasure. So we have beauty and pleasure portrayed with volcanic passion so strong that it shows up as the taboo and the dark and dangerous.

Frank Frazetta portrayed this in his paintings of beautiful woman posing beside deadly beasts. Author George R.R. Martin demonstrates his Venus/Pluto combination in the many graphic sex scenes in his Game of Thrones series that involve intrigue, drama, and the taboo, such as incest and homosexuality. Selena Gomez demonstrates this combination as powerfully obsessive (Pluto) love (Venus) in her video “Can’t Keep My Hands to Myself”: Joe Rogan demonstrates this combination in his birth chart in this stand up comedy that involves mixing sex with bestial imagery involving wolves: (be warned: explicit content).

Yet there is something else these examples hold in common besides the Venus/Pluto theme. All of these individuals channeled their Venus/Pluto combination productively.

Of course, I showcased the combination that would be the most “sexy” and “shocking” for the sake of entertainment. But Pluto can be combined with any other planet and show up in any way imaginable.

You could be like Gordon Ramsay and have Pluto combined with the Moon and express your creative passion (Pluto) through cooking and nourishing (Moon).

You might have Pluto in combination with the Sun and have all the sexy taboo of Pluto combined with your identity (Sun), like actor Marlon Brando who played “the Godfather,” the very epitome of Plutonic power.

The trick to channeling Pluto’s immense power lies in understanding which other planetary archetypes Pluto is combined with in your astrological birth chart, and how that combination shows up in your life, so that you can use it to the advantage of your productivity.

To learn more about how to do just that, start here.


“Hey, little girl, is your daddy home?
Did he go and leave you all alone?
I got a bad desire
Oh-oh-oh, I'm on fire

Tell me now, baby, is he good to you?
And can he do to you the things that I do? Oh, no
I can take you higher
Oh-oh-oh, I'm on fire

Sometimes it's like someone took a knife, baby, edgy and dull
And cut a six-inch valley through the middle of my skull
At night I wake up with the sheets soaking wet
And a freight train running through the middle of my head
Only you can cool my desire
Oh-oh-oh, I'm on fire
Oh-oh-oh, I'm on fire
Oh-oh-oh, I'm on fire”


-Bruce Springsteen (born with Venus/Pluto), “I’m On Fire”