Pluto in Taurus

Worldly Taurus are fans of creativity and art and may find themselves attached to possessions.

As Pluto is intimately connected with money, this placement may be reflected in collections, fine art, or spent on gourmet meals and luxury art. These might be tastes you'll have to learn to keep in check! On the flipside, Pluto in Taurus can help teach you to find a sense of value in yourself and your inner life that doesn't depend on your possessions. During this time, you might wonder what qualities and skills can you 'own' in yourself?

Pluto in Taurus: Significance & Meaning

Element And Modality: Earth & Fixed

Positive keywords for Pluto in Taurus:

  • Abiding
  • Artistic
  • Assiduous
  • Diligent
  • Pragmatic

Negative keywords for Pluto in Taurus:

  • Greedy
  • Inflexible
  • Reluctant
  • Opportunistic
  • Unscrupulous

Pluto in Taurus Personality

Even explosive Pluto can't hurry Taurean energy. Pluto in Taurus preserves the sign's steady quality while adding fervor and even a bit of compulsion to their plodding. Directional changes are uncommon (and unwelcome) for these individuals. Their minds are set like concrete, and they're likely to flatten those who try to change it. Fortunately, their tempers are a plodding thing, even with the explosive influence of Pluto.

Just like the average Taurus, those with this placement keep their minds on their money and their money on their minds. However, the Plutonian touch is such that this focus can reach the level of obsession, and they risk gripping their wealth so tightly that it slips through their fingers. Balance is a hard-learned lesson for Pluto in Taurus natives.

Positive Traits

Pluto in Taurus thrives in the long term. Their greatest successes come after some effort, as speed isn't a strength with this placement. Because satisfaction is fugitive for Taurus Pluto, they tirelessly undertake projects with the typical Taurean, stylish flair. Taurus' natural sensuality is increased here, resulting in high appeal in those for whom this placement is prominent.

Whereas most Taurus placements tend toward a more natural aesthetic, Pluto adds a certain edginess to their taste. Among the most renowned individuals in the last Pluto in Taurus generation was Oscar Wilde whose work, though brimming with the distinctive Taurean excesses, certainly had a darkness to it. This is the feel of Pluto in Taurus.

Negative Traits

Hardheaded isn't the word for Pluto in Taurus. At worst, their heads are buried six feet deep, deaf to input and blind to change. Additionally, Taurus' love of luxury and comfort can be twisted by Pluto, leading these individuals down a dark path to hedonism and materialism. For the unevolved, pleasure can become the ultimate goal.

Like other fixed sign placements, Pluto in Taurus displays a my-way-or-the-highway approach to life. Loosening the reins? At this placement's worst, pigs are more likely to fly than they are to completely overcome their control freak tendencies.


The planet of transformation does not do well with the sign most known for its rigidity. Therefore, Pluto in Taurus can make for an uncomfortable astrological fit. Furthermore, Pluto uncovers the less-than-savory aspects of the sign of the Bull, such as their tendencies toward materialism and inflexibility. Still, the art that is sure to flow from the next Pluto in Taurus generation will be undeniable. When Pluto meets Venus, Taurus' ruling planet, striking beauty is a given—or, at the very least, taste.

Despite their shortcomings, of all the Pluto placements, these individuals are the ones most driven and likely to secure the bag.