The 11th house is that of the collective, of social networks, friends, clubs, organizations, and the dreams and aspirations we share with them.
Somebody with Pluto in the 11th house of the natal chart will attract manipulative friends and people who will transform their lives.
Their friends may be provocative and break taboos and they will keep secrets with or from their friends.
The bonds will either be intense or, on the extreme opposite, they will have a hard time opening up to those in their social circle.
Pluto is the dark side of human nature so, on a collective social scale, this placement is associated with secret organizations such as witch covens, underground clubs, the mafia, etc.
There is something exclusive about their club of friends.
Growing up, these people will struggle to fit in and find connections but fail and be left alone, feeling powerless and unable to find true belonging.
At a certain point, those with Pluto in the 11th house become fed up with superficial friendships. They realize that they are a waste of time and that they might as well be alone.
I think there's something great about being a loner who has learned to be fine on their own:
Socially, they have nothing to lose.
There's no point in a friendship in which you are not accepted completely.
If you can't be yourself around someone, you can't enjoy yourself.
Friendship is about two imperfect and flawed people opening up to and supporting each other.
Not about having someone cool to do cool things with.
There is comfort in hitting rock bottom because you can't go any lower.
There's empowerment in that.
After that, you can focus on finding deep, intense and real connections.
They are not dependent on being liked or accepted anymore.
Individuals with Pluto in the 11th house feel a need to get rid of all social conditioning.
Rather than trying to be liked and accepted, they will hit a point where they simply give up.
That's where the transformation happens.
And that's where the most intense, deep, and real connections will come from.
Loneliness does not come from having no people about one, but from being unable to communicate the things that seem important to oneself, or from holding certain views which others find inadmissible.
Carl Gustav Jung