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Pluto conjunct Venus

Possessive bonds

Kelli Fox
Pluto conjunct Venus

Your partner is fascinated by you and feels a big sexual charge when you're around, but it could end up as something even more intense than that. They're strongly attracted to you from the start; you hold a compelling, magnetic appeal for them and they feel dominated by the awe they have for you. Your intimate moments could take on a deep and grand energy, and they feel transformed through the process of loving you and making love to you.

After some time, this transformative bent could go a bit overboard. You could grow almost addicted to their adoration, and you start wanting to possess and control them. It might be subtle at first, but give it time -- your attempts to dominate them grow. They are overcome by the desire to become the person and partner you want them to be. You, in turn, become jealous when they want to go out with friends, possessive of their time and energy, because you want it all focused on you. Your sex life could become a mirror for this power play that you engage in, and you might start using the bedroom as the venue for trying to control your lover. In some way, you want to own them -- to claim dominion over their very soul. Needless to say, this could turn out to be very hard to deal with unless you can mutually agree to tone it down.

Pluto conjunct Venus in the Transit Chart

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