Uranus/Pluto combines the revolutionary zeal, eccentricity, and excitement of Uranus with the deep instinctual drives and hidden powers of Pluto:
The Uranus/Pluto combination in the chart and life of Pope Francis can be seen in his role as a vehicle for the revolutionary zeal (Uranus) of the masses (Pluto). He is the first pope to come from the Americas. Though many of his views may still be considered conservative, his stances on inclusion of the homosexual and LGBT communities in the church and on some permitted uses of contraception represent a powerful revolutionary (Uranus/Pluto) approach to Catholicism.
The Uranus/Pluto combination in the chart of poet William Blake can be seen in his advocacy for freedom (Uranus) of the libidinal and sexual (Pluto) energies. This advocacy was quite revolutionary for his era: “Art can never exist without naked beauty displayed.” “The road of excess leads to the palace of wisdom.” “The soul of sweet delight, can never be defiled.” “You never know what is enough unless you know what is more than enough.”