Manipulating Energy: Pluto, Scorpio And The 8th House

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“Well I am his legacy,” I explained the soldier regarding my father. “I inherit his energy whether I like it or not. It is no different than you and your son. Your son is your legacy… doesn’t matter if he wants it that way because it is that way. See him on that video and whose grin is that?” I asked.

“My grin.”

“Right. And regardless who my father is or what he’s done, I look just like him. I have his hair and the guy had charisma you know. He had no shortage of charisma so I can thank him for mine. And because I am his legacy, the older and weaker he becomes the stronger I become. I believe this. His energy is passing to me.”

“Uh huh?”

“Yep. And he had or has all kinds of energy. Good God, he oozes the stuff so what’s that mean? It means lucky me. It means that he dies and I get all that energy. And it means that since the energy is mine, I can do whatever I damn please with it. And what I do with his energy may or may not resemble what he did with his energy. In this case, I have obviously taken a different path so it’s not open to question but you get the idea what I am saying. This is how I think this all works, it is what I believe is true.”

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3 thoughts on “Manipulating Energy: Pluto, Scorpio And The 8th House”

  1. About 10 minutes after reading this, I’m looking on a symphony’s web site and read this quote from Beethoven: “I will grapple with Fate; it shall not overcome me.”

    This guy had an awful relationship with his father, who beat him and tried to force him to be the next money-making, child-prodigy Mozart. Somehow he resisted and managed to equal Mozart in his own way, but later in life. Still, without that father, he wouldn’t have become Beethoven.

    Out of curiosity, I googled his chart, and one of the first things I see is this comment: “Beethoven’s chart has an extraordinary emphasis on the planet Pluto….”

    I love synchronicity!

  2. One more Beethoven quote (since I’m on a jag with this guy):

    (writing to some prince) “What you are, you are by accident of birth; what I am, I am by myself. There are and will be a thousand princes; there is only one Beethoven.”

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