Anyhow, the problem is that Pluto is so tiny and distant that the same considerations made for Sedna or other KBOs apply to it, yet we are used to have it ruling Scorpio - and, in general, quite satisfied with that. |
You're comparing 12,000 years (Sedna) to about 250 years (Pluto), let's be fair here. The Pluto-Scorpio relationship isn't something that can be lightly thrown away. It's been in effect for about 70 years and used by who knows how many astrologers. I'm pretty sure someone would have voiced concern about it before now, after all the only reason the Pluto-Scorpio relationship is being questioned now is because astronomers demoted Pluto. Right?
I'm not saying that Pluto is not linked to Scorpio. What I say is that there may be another object (a true planet probably) yet to be discovered that will fit better. Just that.