Pluto is the furthest planet in the Solar System. He symbolizes the boundary between one life form and another. Pluto is associated with reproduction and the process of rebirth: the individual faces a dead end situation and must often undergo a painful catharsis before he can move on. Death is only a metamorphosis from one energy form to another and in nature’s endless cycle death makes room for life. Pluto embodies and disembodies, dissolves a form and binds the disintegrated matter into a new form. It is creator and destroyer. Pluto reigns catastrophes and major disasters, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions; death and fear of death, clairvoyance, occultism (witchcraft in particular) and spiritualism. It is symbolic of phenomena as the atomic bomb and reigns vague things like shadows, phantoms, ghosts; the unseen and unknown side of life. When Pluto is well aspected, one is able to analyze problems in a thorough way and has an innate magnetism, a talent for business and financial well-being. The individual is occupied with the occult and is able to use occult knowledge to transform his consciousness. ‘Die and Become’ is the motto of Pluto, Scorpio and in particular the eighth house. It also grants the natural born psychoanalyst.