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Re: Could anyone explain what a T-Square between sun, moon and mars entails?

I agree with greybeard. I also have a "t-square" (though I really don't work with aspect "patterns" I can attest to the difficulty of the configuration) that involved Sun, Jupiter, Mercury opposing Moon--who is applying to an opposition/freaking eclipse within orb but out of sign, all squaring an exalted Mars. And Mars is involved in a trine with Venus in fall and Saturn rx. So yeah... And I am pretty sure one of the reasons I started studying traditional astrology was so I didn't have to deal with the placements of Uranus, Neptune and Pluto in my chart.

The real point is that no matter the aspect pattern, you can't get to YOU until you break each element of the aspects down.
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