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Unread 02-16-2019, 07:21 PM
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Re: Could anyone explain what a T-Square between sun, moon and mars entails?

Originally Posted by Roos View Post

I have a T-square between my sun, moon and mars, and even between my mercury, moon and mars if i'm correct. Could anyone explain this T-Square to me, i would highly appreciate it since it's hard to find information about this specific T-Square.
New astrologers will sooner or later
come across references to aspect patterns and chart shapes.
This article, adapted from the text of Nicholas Campion's compendium of astrology
- The Ultimate Astrologer (published by Hay House, 2003)
- offers an introductory guide to their meaning in the birth chart.


When three or more planets
are connected to each other by aspect
they form a pattern with a meaning of its own.


Two planets in opposition

are both in square to a third planet.
This brings tension and sharp, pressing problems
the result of which may be great energy
and consequently a better than average chance of success throughout life.
When interpreting a T' Square all the factors involved
- planets, signs and houses
- must be taken separately
and then built up into a picture
of the choices, difficulties and solutions
which each planet suggests.

When the 'T' Square is in:
Cardinal Signs
there is exceptional dynamism and energy;
Fixed Signs
people may be excessively stubborn
fighting personal battles to the bitter end.
Mutable Signs
they may try to solve, or even avoid
the problems associated with the 'T' Square
by being flexible and adaptable.

Solution to the 'T' Square

A: via harmonious Aspects.

The tension of the 'T' Square
can be released
or positively expressed
through the planet which makes the closest sextile
or trine
to any of the three planets in the 'T' Square.

In this example the emotional tension
of the Sun-Mars-Saturn 'T' Square
can be released through the sextile to Jupiter in Cancer.
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