From Steven Forrest’s “The Book of Pluto”
The first house is a very sensitive area. A planet there is said to be strong in the birth chart. While we all have Pluto in our charts, it would be fair to single you out as a markedly “Plutonian” person, even from very early in life.
Now, a Plutonian person will tend to see the world through Pluto-colored glasses, and that means that you have always been good at seeing the sorts of realities that make people uncomfortable. We live in a world that’s full of threatening realities, some serious, some more trivial, but all taboo. I can imagine you as young child at a family reunion. You’ve overheard some hushed conversations at home, learned some things that no one intended you to know. “Uncle Jack,” I hear you exclaiming before the assembled relatives. “What’s a bimbo and why are you in love with one?”
Your taboo-sensitive Plutonian radar picked up a certain mishmash of tension and fascination in your parents' voices as they discussed Jack’s romantic proclivities. You were not out to hurt anybody. You had no idea that you had stepped into dangerous territory. But, with Pluto in the first house, your natural instinct for action lay in the direction of exploring emotionally charged realities.