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Re: Transit of Mars in Libra

So your asc has a scorpio effect? Pluto in libra do appear to be able to keep a lid on things not as intense as with other pluto placings unless of course you are in a very close relationship with someone with this placing.

the pluto transit to libra in the 70's saw increased incidence of divorce - it became more common. also though I remember this as a time of people via unions getting the 5 day week and other benefits to their working life. Leaving more time for Venusian type pleasures. a great deal of strikes by electricity companies etc. (which were often owned by the govt) There was then a backlash against this and many of these organisations privatised during the 80's.

obviously this transit of mars to libra will also effect/activate venus in the natal chart. Venus loves art and beautiful surroundings/things! with venus in the 4th in pisces.dreaming of that ideal home! Hope that will become a reality in NY.

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My ascendant is Libra with Libra Jupiter-Saturn conjunction on the AC and Libra Pluto hanging out the major players. So no, my ascendant is NOT Scorpio at all. It's very Libran (for better or worse), thank the stars.

Libra Pluto was basically from 1971 and lasted until sometime in 1984.
I disagree that Libra Pluto keeps a lid on tighter than Scorpio Pluto, esp if you compare them in 1st house. Libra is cardinal and extroverted/outward, whereas Scorpio is fixed (contained) and introverted/inward. Libra Pluto will make it outwardly known that there is displeasure, but Scorpio Pluto keeps mums and is unrevealing.

Libra Pluto in 1st house are perpetual ranters and fighters, very vocal, and not easily squirmish. We literally will act upon our threats, when push comes to shove. However, Scorpio Pluto in 1st house tend to be secretive and not vocal. There isn't really any signs that they threaten or follow through with threats but if they FEEL violated in some way, shape, or form, they "attack" subversively and underhandedly. Battles are not fought on concrete planes like Libra Pluto...battles are harbored within.
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Uranus in aries is definitely impatient. it is also conjunct my progressed sun! Wow!
That will last quite a fair bit of time. You'll feel unique compared to those around you. Have you been getting static shocks lately?
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Re: Transit of Mars in Libra

No actually the opposite. I used to have that a lot when a kid. cant wear watches - sparks would fly getting into a car. Im aquarian sun. I have done a lot of healing work and work with crystals, would say that has helped anchor that energy(work with copper and haematite to ground). Good point though.

have notice the prog sun conj Uranus in a number of other ways, in relation to the 6th house where this is occurring, so related to daily routines, I work in IT, have worked part-time etc
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Interesting indeed Caro. I'm rather surprised that it has turned out to be the opposite. Aquarian Sun would suggest a strong connection with electrical energy. So that would explain the success in using crystals and metal as a means of healing. Is there a Chironian aspect to your Sun by any chance?

Capricious day to day job? I.e. daily routines which are considered 'odd' ? Hate to say this, but the occurrence in the 6th could suddenly end some form of work out of the blue. On the other hand, something better may come up over night.
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Well, not necessarily Aqua Sun being friendly with electricity, more in the realm of Aqua Mercury... Those giant fans (fixed air) generating electricity out of winds in the middle of nowhere (Saturnine efficiency and aloneness) would be presided over by Aqua Mercury.
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Interesting indeed Caro. I'm rather surprised that it has turned out to be the opposite. Aquarian Sun would suggest a strong connection with electrical energy. So that would explain the success in using crystals and metal as a means of healing. Is there a Chironian aspect to your Sun by any chance?

Capricious day to day job? I.e. daily routines which are considered 'odd' ? Hate to say this, but the occurrence in the 6th could suddenly end some form of work out of the blue. On the other hand, something better may come up over night.
Very interesting indeed. I have Saturn in pisces conj chiron in 5th which I think fits very well with working with crystals as well. Aqua traditionally ruled by Saturn. So that could be the link. but yes it really is not something I notice anymore.(sparking that is) Since 2002 I have done numerous healing courses. am considering buying a watch this Christmas!!!! we will see if it works.

If I describe the last year of my working life to you it would indeed sound very unconventional. So guess I am breaking new ground. fewer women do this kind of contract work. My long term plan is to work part-time, to have a couple of different income streams(and my own company). Actually the job I am in now came out of the blue and Im fine with it and I have had to move but it is a lot less stressful. It is in higher education and Jupiter is transiting my 9th.. however you are right when Uranus shifted first into aries around 2010 I nearly lost my then contract but was saved by my boss - a bit of luck there and ended up staying in that role 2.5 years. I loved it. I would say Im ok in this current role the only issue would be me - loosing it with some of the people around it. So I do feel that Uranus energy bubbling up and need to find an outlet for it.

but with this mars transit need to give myself space to heal/relax. cos Uranus in house 6th makes my life a bit frantic!!! but I am working with some lovely supportive people right now. Which is a real blessing.
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LA has gotten really aggressive since Mars entered in Libra. Car accidents are happening at a higher and faster rate...even though this is supposed to be the most peaceful and least busy time for LA (since everyone goes out of town).

LA is late Libra rising and so T Libra Mars has been conjuncting LA's Venus and Neptune and making the city's outlook be more aggressive and but short sighted which causes more wreaks!!

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Re: Transit of Mars in Libra

This partly could explain why the late and great actor Paul Walker passed away recently in a tragic car accident. Though I appreciate he passed away just prior to the transit of Mars into Libra, it could have been all the Martian aggression building up behind the scenes before completing the transition. Unless of course, it was Mars' final 'blow' in Virgo. But I don't think the Mars in Virgo would have caused this. To me Mars is slightly tamed in Virgo due to the Earth element presence in Virgo.
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Paul Walker died before T Mars entered Libra. We'd have to look at his transits but there's no birth time listed for him. However, he did die in Los Angeles county (not proper) which might have been a hotbed spot for him to die.

The circumstances of death were just simple recklessness and I don't feel sorry for those who cause their own demise.
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His date of birth is posted as 12 Sept 73. So a virgo sun (with pluto in libra) mercury in virgo at 27 degrees. could have been a virgo rising.
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He could be any rising.
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What do you think he resembled from his look?
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..... I was trawling through his photos previously and he does look virgo rising. immaculately dressed even a picture of him on the beach with his daughter. he comes across cool and contained and very good looking - sort of ageless.

so sad for her(his daughter) and he wasn't driving when the car crashed.
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He strikes me as a Pisces rising? Not sure. It is sad indeed.
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I have natal Mars in Libra in the 8th house. I am not sure that I will feel this any differently than I feel every day. Transiting Mars will conjunct my natal Mars next week. It will then conjunct my Saturn, which is a placement I have in my natal anyway. I also have Pluto conjunct Mars. Sooooooo I think this will be like any old day for me! However, currently Mars is trine my Moon (which is nice), Venus (nice also) and Mercury (which I have natally as well)! And sextile my natal Uranus.. which is interesting because transiting Uranus is opposing my natal Mars. Nothing really feels out of whack for me, as I've had a pretty tumultuous year in terms of my career. If anything, everything seems a little calmer as of now.. as if perhaps I've weathered the storm.....OR the calm before the storm? I guess we will see.
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Paul Walker looks like a Gemini rising to me..more airy and less earthy.
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I have natal Mars in Libra in the 8th house. I am not sure that I will feel this any differently than I feel every day. Transiting Mars will conjunct my natal Mars next week. It will then conjunct my Saturn, which is a placement I have in my natal anyway. I also have Pluto conjunct Mars. Sooooooo I think this will be like any old day for me! However, currently Mars is trine my Moon (which is nice), Venus (nice also) and Mercury (which I have natally as well)! And sextile my natal Uranus.. which is interesting because transiting Uranus is opposing my natal Mars. Nothing really feels out of whack for me, as I've had a pretty tumultuous year in terms of my career. If anything, everything seems a little calmer as of now.. as if perhaps I've weathered the storm.....OR the calm before the storm? I guess we will see.
How would you have Mars in the 8th if you're Cap rising? Mars would be in the 10th.
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How would you have Mars in the 8th if you're Cap rising? Mars would be in the 10th.
In the Placidus system my Mars is in the 8th house. I know you use Whole Signs, so then yes, Mars would be in the 10th. I have also seen my chart in the equal house system and I would say all apply to me in a way. Mars in the 10th is definitely relatable to me. As a child I was even driven to make money. I used to set up lemonade and iced tea stands in the summer and put signs all over the neighborhood. Then when I was in my early teens I was the go-to babysitter for the block and basically had a monopoly. I used to run little mini businesses! Ha! The one thing that has thrown me off is the shifting of the Moon when house systems change. I kind of relate to it being placed in the 4th, 5th or 6th house. They all point to need to be stimulated and/or dramatics. I used to move around a lot when I lived with my ex, but it's so annoying to pack up all of your stuff that I've stayed in this apartment for three years now (record for me as I used to move yearly). I get very overwhelmed by clutter and large tasks where objects are involved.. it's like my mind is overwhelmed and I begin to panic. This is why my apartment never gets too messy - everything has a place! So packing up all of my belongings gives me anxiety. The drama and restlessness could be due to the Mars/Uranus opposition though.

Based on this: http://www.cafeastrology.com/natal/mooninhouses.html generic info.
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I would like to hear your experiences of this long transit. Mars will be in libra for 7 + months.

where is this occurring in your chart ? and what challenges/energy will it bring?

For those with cardinal signs this will form part of the grand cross in cardinal across your chart. So sudden significant changes are perhaps likely?

Mars is not well placed in Libra. The late Nelson Mandela had mars in libra and his book (now film) of his life - The long walk to freedom probably sums up that martian energy. The latter part of his life spent forging relationships across the world in peace and harmony but he spent a long time in prison. There does not seem to be accurate chart for him.

For me this will transit my 11th/12th houses. So time for reflection? Venus in pisces.

Interested to hear your thoughts.

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http://www.elsaelsa.com/astrology/20...-july-25-2014/
For me it's conjunct my libra moon in 2nd house.
I'm literally frustrated at home.
I'm since a few months living back in my parents home and I have no privacy, and no space.
I'm trying to find work so I can finally buy my own house or at least rent some place..
Moon is involved in T square
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I'm becoming more and more grateful of this Mars transit as it goes on. I can't say that I appreciate the Libra-ness of it all, but I'm thanking my lucky stars that this Mars is on my ascendant. Cutting through the b*u*l*l*s*h*i*t*!
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I'm becoming more and more grateful of this Mars transit as it goes on. I can't say that I appreciate the Libra-ness of it all, but I'm thanking my lucky stars that this Mars is on my ascendant. Cutting through the b*u*l*l*s*h*i*t*!
I like airy transits since my chart is very airy and Libra Mars is still MARS! Mars transiting through the 1st house is really a big thing- lots of changes to the person's outlooks and even spurs a lot of action on the native's part to do things they've put off.

I just found out that I'm moving across state lines very soon. I had been thinking I'll move for several years now, but sure enough, it must happen when T Mars hitting my 1st house and conjuncting Jupiter/Saturn/Pluto. Everything must change and it must change NOW!!!
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For me it's conjunct my libra moon in 2nd house.
I'm literally frustrated at home.
I'm since a few months living back in my parents home and I have no privacy, and no space.
I'm trying to find work so I can finally buy my own house or at least rent some place..
Moon is involved in T square
I empathise after 11 years I am having to share(but with strangers) still find it a bit challenging. Sensing trouble ahead with one tenant. only staying with family over christmas and this too is difficult but glad that I do not have to stay with them long term. however as for you there is a need to do this financially so keep that in mind - the end product - finding your own place.
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I just found out that I'm moving across state lines very soon. I had been thinking I'll move for several years now, but sure enough, it must happen when T Mars hitting my 1st house and conjuncting Jupiter/Saturn/Pluto. Everything must change and it must change NOW!!!
hope the move works out. it seems a number of us are moving around at the moment.
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Well, Mars takes roughly 18 months or so to go through all the signs so technically, everyone will have Mars transit their 1st house once every 2 years. That's not necessarily the case that causes people to move every 2 years...but it does give a propensity to make things happen and make it happen NOW (rather than later). There's an impatient vibe with action and that impatience could actually be the ticket to trigger accomplishments (for better or worse).

Of course, I was just speaking theoretically. As for the circumstances of my move... I'm moving into my father's house while he works over 1000 miles away. It's not exactly that I'm living with a parent since my father won't be residing in the house, but I've been living on my own since I was 17 and for someone like me who's been out on my own for 15 years, it's very unusual for me to think that I'm "coming home" but in many ways, it's true. I'm coming back to roost and Mars apparently wants that to happen.

As for my father... ironically or maybe not so ironically, he's going through his Mars return. He has natal Libra Mars in the 6th house. Mars got him in some "trouble" at work.

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