Energy Cycles: Mars Transits


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We can never get more out of the world than what we put in. So we know that the luck we have is the luck we make.

We also cannot accomplish everything all at once, so the universe has furnished us with fluctuating energies which in the form of astrological transits, etc, create windows of opportunity and open doors for us. We may not take advantage every time, but that does not mean they are not there.

We put into the world when we assert ourselves actively and that means energy to make the effort. Mars transits are a bit of wind a our backs that can help us be a bit more physical, a bit more assertive, a bit more decisive.

So I thought I would put into perspective how we each get windows of opportunity to push forward with efforts and how often these actually occur, sometimes without us being aware of them.

Mars transits occur more often than you might think. This is because you get plenty of angular Mars transits in declination. These are transits making parallels or contra-parallels to your natal planets.

I will use the transits of Mars to my own chart for this illustration.

I will start with today, 16 February 2015:


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One mars orbit of the sun takes approximately two years :smile:

Mars revolves or orbits around the Sun once every 1.88 Earth years
or once every 686.93 Earth days.

Mars travels at an average speed of 53,979 miles per hour
or 86,871 kilometers per hour
in its orbit around the Sun