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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.
Angelik - what is happening that is affecting your career.I wonder if the decluttering is a sign of the cardinal grand cross. I have moved stuff back to my parents for storage and cleared out bags of stuff and gave stuff to charity/friends etc. feels a lot lighter.

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My mother a libran sun - is unwell at the moment. unlike her to take toher bed but she is wiped out with a strong fever.
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Angelik - what is happening that is affecting your career.I wonder if the decluttering is a sign of the cardinal grand cross. I have moved stuff back to my parents for storage and cleared out bags of stuff and gave stuff to charity/friends etc. feels a lot lighter.
It just feels really unstable and I feel like I can't trust anyone. I work in a pretty volatile environment so I feel like the rug can be ripped out from beneath me at any time. It really isn't fun. Management has changed over 5x since I've been at this company and I'm now (as of the last month or so) focusing on another area of hiring. I was hired to recruit for audit and now am focusing on actuaries. I like the change because this is a large build out and kind of a challenge but I am still nervous that if I don't really knock it out of the park that I'm done. I had some power issues with a coworker of mine who has been there 20 years so I was moved to another area. Truth be told that she didn't like me from day one so my general presence and energy must have rubbed her the wrong way. I tried to work with her but she refused to cooperate and give me equal respect. Either way I'm not sure what will happen but I don't think life will feel safe again until Saturn leaves my 10th house! I do have a lot of cardinal energy, so that could also be a factor. Venus and AC in Capricorn and Mars, Saturn and Pluto in Libra.
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You're also going through your Mars return and in 10th house so there's upheavals at work brewing. Saturn messing with your MC doesn't make matters all that helpful either...
I don't care about Placidus, the latitudes are too extreme and totally distort everything.

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It just feels really unstable and I feel like I can't trust anyone. I work in a pretty volatile environment so I feel like the rug can be ripped out from beneath me at any time. It really isn't fun. Management has changed over 5x since I've been at this company and I'm now (as of the last month or so) focusing on another area of hiring..... Capricorn and Mars, Saturn and Pluto in Libra.
that does sound really unstable and a management change 5x - an indicator that things are not working out at a senior level within that company. Saturn transit to my Leo asc - brought on additional responsibilities and I was the only company representative on site for a similar type of company as you are in. High turnover of bright staff. it was very lonely time for me at work - sun in 4th h natally.

cardinal people are really facing some difficulties right now - maybe you should set up on your own and specialises in a certain area of recruitment.
hope it works out in NY.

my mum is suffereing a severe stomach virus as it turns out. my niece a libra asc has something similar.
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that does sound really unstable and a management change 5x - an indicator that things are not working out at a senior level within that company. Saturn transit to my Leo asc - brought on additional responsibilities and I was the only company representative on site for a similar type of company as you are in. High turnover of bright staff. it was very lonely time for me at work - sun in 4th h natally.

cardinal people are really facing some difficulties right now - maybe you should set up on your own and specialises in a certain area of recruitment.
hope it works out in NY.

my mum is suffereing a severe stomach virus as it turns out. my niece a libra asc has something similar.
I was a head hunter for years, but I am too emotionally erratic to have ever enjoyed it. Also this was from 2007 to late 2011. I saw the reallllllyyyy good times and the reaaaaalllllyyyy awful times. I basically cried myself to sleep every night of 2009. It destroyed my relationship at the time (well, one of the many factors lol). I am ok with earning less in exchange for stability, but it seems even stability of being a full time employee with a salary is a false perception these days... Especially with "employment at will" being a general American policy.


Glad to hers there is no major illness. There is some new "super flu bug" floating around the US now that supposedly came from Australia!

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You're also going through your Mars return and in 10th house so there's upheavals at work brewing. Saturn messing with your MC doesn't make matters all that helpful either...
I don't care about Placidus, the latitudes are too extreme and totally distort everything.

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This is when I resent my parents for not being exceeding wealthy and having a trust fund set up for me. Cue the violins! But seriously, I don't think I can take being laid off again. That really did a number in my self esteem. I tie self worth to accomplishment and success lol. I will have to look into my chart in whole system a little further. I can see my moon being in the 6th house. My Saturn Return was very 8th house though - complete with therapy and everything!
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Lots of big changes and upheavals on the way. maybe you need to downsize and do something less stressful. I hope that you find the way forward.
Im trying to buy a property too at this time - and banks like that secure income which I dont have. So understand how people get caught in the system. Im hugely independent as an aqua and find that contracting works for me and allows more freedom than a steady permanent role. However it also has it stresses..... with uranus transit in 6th house! For instance just prior to christmas the company I currently temp in announced volunatary redundancy across the board, they intend to cut 30% of their workforce by end of March. Ironically that has secured my role until July.

I find that I too use placidus for transits. I like whole sign for the natal chart potential and influences. so in the whole sign I have a stellium in the 5th house - I love theatre/drama etc but in placidus it is all in the 4th. The recent transit of saturn in libra confirmed that placidus chart was correct. I have a very small 12th house but I knew when transiting saturn hit that house!

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This is when I resent my parents for not being exceeding wealthy and having a trust fund set up for me. Cue the violins! But seriously, I don't think I can take being laid off again. That really did a number in my self esteem. I tie self worth to accomplishment and success lol. I will have to look into my chart in whole system a little further. I can see my moon being in the 6th house. My Saturn Return was very 8th house though - complete with therapy and everything!
My parents aren't exceedingly wealthy or even what I would consider "wealthy" but they set up all sorts of funds and accounts for me. As a matter of fact, this sounds really horrible, I haven't had to work for over the past 4 years. When I went to school, I didn't work. Even during grad school I didn't "work" either except the normal TA stuff. I'm a TRUE 8th house Mars person (in Taurus and Taurus-Scorpio are the money signs of the zodiac) where I'm living off of others' resources... in my particular case, it's been my parents. So I'm not even resting on my own laurels, but rather, my parents' laurels. Even when I was married and worked, my parents, mostly my dad still made monthly deposits into my accounts and my (then) husband's parents also sent him money. His Mars is in the 11th house... in the house of gains, so he too, is kinda a slightly a spoiled brat like me, only he's no where near as bratty as I am. We never worried about money nor measured success by it. Neither of us were concerned about success, we were just use to stuff given to us.

Granted, it's not just Mars, but seeing where Jupiter lies. I have very critical cardinal Jupiter on the AC, which is the most powerful angle. You take that into consideration with me having Mars in 8th that not only am I extremely lucky, I am lucky by shared resources, too. My ex has cardinal Jupiter, but in Jupiter's native house of the 2nd...material possessions and comforts and his Mars is in the 11th, house of gains. Well, heh. He was born into a family with pretty good money actually, and he really does reap the gains.

You wouldn't want your parents to be exceedingly wealthy and give/leave you money because you wouldn't know what it's like to appreciate what you earn. Mars in 10th people are people who are meant to be in charge of their "destiny" as in make their own fortunes. From the sounds of your chart, it seemed like you don't come from very humble origins or anything, but not riches either. For you, it's sink or swim. Mars in the 10th must make their own way, but Jupiter joys the 11th house reap the rewards of what was earned from the 10th house. I never had to know of that but I don't know or even care about "success." I'm rather lazy...simply because my father afforded that for me. You are meant to really do it and make it on your own.

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My parents aren't exceedingly wealthy or even what I would consider "wealthy" but they set up all sorts of funds and accounts for me. As a matter of fact, this sounds really horrible, I haven't had to work for over the past 4 years. When I went to school, I didn't work. Even during grad school I didn't "work" either except the normal TA stuff. I'm a TRUE 8th house Mars person (in Taurus and Taurus-Scorpio are the money signs of the zodiac) where I'm living off of others' resources... in my particular case, it's been my parents. So I'm not even resting on my own laurels, but rather, my parents' laurels. Even when I was married and worked, my parents, mostly my dad still made monthly deposits into my accounts and my (then) husband's parents also sent him money. His Mars is in the 11th house... in the house of gains, so he too, is kinda a slightly a spoiled brat like me, only he's no where near as bratty as I am. We never worried about money nor measured success by it. Neither of us were concerned about success, we were just use to stuff given to us.

Granted, it's not just Mars, but seeing where Jupiter lies. I have very critical cardinal Jupiter on the AC, which is the most powerful angle. You take that into consideration with me having Mars in 8th that not only am I extremely lucky, I am lucky by shared resources, too. My ex has cardinal Jupiter, but in Jupiter's native house of the 2nd...material possessions and comforts and his Mars is in the 11th, house of gains. Well, heh. He was born into a family with pretty good money actually, and he really does reap the gains.

You wouldn't want your parents to be exceedingly wealthy and give/leave you money because you wouldn't know what it's like to appreciate what you earn. Mars in 10th people are people who are meant to be in charge of their "destiny" as in make their own fortunes. From the sounds of your chart, it seemed like you don't come from very humble origins or anything, but not riches either. For you, it's sink or swim. Mars in the 10th must make their own way, but Jupiter joys the 11th house reap the rewards of what was earned from the 10th house. I never had to know of that but I don't know or even care about "success." I'm rather lazy...simply because my father afforded that for me. You are meant to really do it and make it on your own.
I grew up middle class - definitely no privilege at all, although my parents gave me as much as they could. I do feel that I was treated differently than my younger sister though. I was told that any season I was not playing a sport or during summer that I needed to work, but I cannot say the same for my sister who has Mars in the 10th whole sign also (in Scorpio). She definitely mooches off my parents and I find it infuriating. Granted she is nearly 10 years younger than me but I worked two jobs while attending college and never asked my parents to pay for my shopping or going out on a Friday or Saturday night.

Perhaps you are right though, I find it very difficult to accept money from someone else. When I was unemployed for four months my parents wanted to help pay my rent but I refused and said I would figure it out myself.
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When I was unemployed for four months my parents wanted to help pay my rent but I refused and said I would figure it out myself.
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That's very brave! How did it work out in the end?
Haha thanks. Ummm kind of terrifying. I cried a lot and felt like a loser. I ended up depleting a large chunk of my savings account but overall everything ended up ok!
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Sounds odd when we look back on such things in life and we wonder just how we made it through.
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I grew up middle class - definitely no privilege at all, although my parents gave me as much as they could. I do feel that I was treated differently than my younger sister though. I was told that any season I was not playing a sport or during summer that I needed to work, but I cannot say the same for my sister who has Mars in the 10th whole sign also (in Scorpio). She definitely mooches off my parents and I find it infuriating. Granted she is nearly 10 years younger than me but I worked two jobs while attending college and never asked my parents to pay for my shopping or going out on a Friday or Saturday night.

Perhaps you are right though, I find it very difficult to accept money from someone else. When I was unemployed for four months my parents wanted to help pay my rent but I refused and said I would figure it out myself.

Haha thanks. Ummm kind of terrifying. I cried a lot and felt like a loser. I ended up depleting a large chunk of my savings account but overall everything ended up ok!
Told you!!! It's really a sharp/drastic sink or swim...! I think it's hilarious that your younger sister is Scorpio Mars and is an expert moocher but at the same time, I don't know her chart (I don't know your chart other than the basics of what you previously described) and she's got a totally different chart than you and all the planets gotta be really different for her to get set up as a "moocher." But overall, Taurus-Scorpio are the $$$ signs of the zodiac and can be really scammy (like money laundering for Taurus and fraud for Scorpio when in Mars).

I always think it's extremely funny and silly when I hear people say they want to change their chart where it concerns their parents. The natal chart shows what kind of relationship you have with your parents, so in order to change that part of your chart, you'd really gotta change parts of your parents' natal charts too, and that's NOT possible on both accounts.

My dad's Libra Mars in the 6th house- the house of Mars' joy. When he was 17, he was on his "own" because his Cap father "released" him into the wild of Los Angeles in the 70s. My dad did fairly well for himself going to school and working and even supported his younger Aries brother and occasionally helped out his younger Libra sister. My dad did college and worked full time, paid for his housing and everything. I believe my Cap grandfather paid for my dad's education but everything else my dad had to come up on his own. My grandfather never pushed any of his other children...just my dad. Even now at 60, my dad's bored and depressed in life if he has no work to keep himself occupied but he's an extremely reliable person (character-wise). I didn't inherit his necessity to work as I was born a lounger but between my chart and my father's chart, it shows that no matter what, he has a soft spot for me and doesn't want to see me suffer hardships (like his Jupiter conjunct my Venus). My father doesn't have a "blindness" for me, as in he doesn't ignore my shortcomings, he would rather not talk about them as a general whole By all accounts, it would seem extremely odd that a very Scorpio parent would be doting, esp. on a Gemini child, but our charts match up to give that sort of result. Even my former father-in-law is Scorpio with Cap Mars use to dote on me, more than he did on his own son (my ex) and nearly as much as his own daughter (my ex's older sister).

There's some other things to look for when comparing synastry between the charts of parents and child. I suspect your sister has the "right" kind of synastry for your parents to allow her to mooch of off them but you have synastry with your parents that is different. Also, your parents could have had your sister at a time when they came into greater money so in a sense, your sister was born in the most "opportune" time. Another thing is kids born during the parents' Saturn's return mean a lot to that parent. Don't be surprised if you investigate parent and child pairings who share the same Saturn signs and the parent totally loves that child more than their other children. My father was gipped of Libra Saturn because he was born 2 weeks too late to come in at 29 Libra Saturn but he talked my mother into having me and I was born with 3 Libra Saturn...early. I mean more to my dad than my younger brother who was born during my mother's Saturn return. They both have Sagittarius Saturn, and my mother has always favored my brother. She thinks I'm mean and evil (in loose terms)

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Told you!!! It's really a sharp/drastic sink or swim...! I think it's hilarious that your younger sister is Scorpio Mars and is an expert moocher but at the same time, I don't know her chart (I don't know your chart other than the basics of what you previously described) and she's got a totally different chart than you and all the planets gotta be really different for her to get set up as a "moocher." But overall, Taurus-Scorpio are the $$$ signs of the zodiac and can be really scammy (like money laundering for Taurus and fraud for Scorpio when in Mars).

I always think it's extremely funny and silly when I hear people say they want to change their chart where it concerns their parents. The natal chart shows what kind of relationship you have with your parents, so in order to change that part of your chart, you'd really gotta change parts of your parents' natal charts too, and that's NOT possible on both accounts.

My dad's Libra Mars in the 6th house- the house of Mars' joy. When he was 17, he was on his "own" because his Cap father "released" him into the wild of Los Angeles in the 70s. My dad did fairly well for himself going to school and working and even supported his younger Aries brother and occasionally helped out his younger Libra sister. My dad did college and worked full time, paid for his housing and everything. I believe my Cap grandfather paid for my dad's education but everything else my dad had to come up on his own. My grandfather never pushed any of his other children...just my dad. Even now at 60, my dad's bored and depressed in life if he has no work to keep himself occupied but he's an extremely reliable person (character-wise). I didn't inherit his necessity to work as I was born a lounger but between my chart and my father's chart, it shows that no matter what, he has a soft spot for me and doesn't want to see me suffer hardships (like his Jupiter conjunct my Venus). My father doesn't have a "blindness" for me, as in he doesn't ignore my shortcomings, he would rather not talk about them as a general whole By all accounts, it would seem extremely odd that a very Scorpio parent would be doting, esp. on a Gemini child, but our charts match up to give that sort of result. Even my former father-in-law is Scorpio with Cap Mars use to dote on me, more than he did on his own son (my ex) and nearly as much as his own daughter (my ex's older sister).

There's some other things to look for when comparing synastry between the charts of parents and child. I suspect your sister has the "right" kind of synastry for your parents to allow her to mooch of off them but you have synastry with your parents that is different. Also, your parents could have had your sister at a time when they came into greater money so in a sense, your sister was born in the most "opportune" time. Another thing is kids born during the parents' Saturn's return mean a lot to that parent. Don't be surprised if you investigate parent and child pairings who share the same Saturn signs and the parent totally loves that child more than their other children. My father was gipped of Libra Saturn because he was born 2 weeks too late to come in at 29 Libra Saturn but he talked my mother into having me and I was born with 3 Libra Saturn...early. I mean more to my dad than my younger brother who was born during my mother's Saturn return. They both have Sagittarius Saturn, and my mother has always favored my brother. She thinks I'm mean and evil (in loose terms)
Haha I'm laughing about Scorpio being the moocher sign. I can see that with certain people I know. Also the money laundering thing is interesting as well. Someone I know with a Scorpio rising has done some things I do not agree with.

Both my parents have their Saturn in Libra. My dad at 1 degree and my mom at 13 degrees. Mine is at 21. My sister's is at 0 degrees Aquarius. My mom loves me more but my dad loves my sister more. My sister used to cry to my mom as a child because she said my mother loved me more than her. My mom criticizes my sister more and thinks I'm the golden child, which is hilarious because my mother and I used to fall short of physical combat when I was a teenager but she for some reason has blocked that out of her head. I even remind her how awful I was and defend my sister and yet I am still the best in her eyes. It's pretty interesting.
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Well, Scorpio rising isn't enough to be a moocher, nor Scorpio Sun, nor even just Scorpio Mars alone. Neither is Taurus. As I said, they're just both $$$$ signs of the zodiac but how one makes one's fortune/money depends how the chart is set up. There are certain conditions in the chart to make it more likely that having certain planets in certain signs in certain houses can give an output of spoiled brat/moocher vs an entrepreneur and all sorts of various leanings towards specific professions.
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It is interesting I think a lot of this discussion(which has been interesting) has been about values - how we value ourselves and also our values in relationship with others(parental influences which may shape our values /beliefs about ourselves) So perhaps this transit will make us look at our self worth and values also and seek to improve that.(mars in libra (and the venus connection)

I have been connecting with friends from the past via the internet recently, perhaps when mars rx I will meet up with them and look back. very busy right now sorting things out in my home life.

Also keep hearing tunes about 'love is in the air' - my eyes kinda of roll but some romance would be nice at this time.
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Just wanted to refresh this post as mars now rx.(from 1 Mar)

I have seen a significant change at work following the rx. (this occuringin my 12h and natally i have mars in libra) A real slowing down following an extremely busy period. the department I work in is being re-organised and this is 400 job loss by end of June! so the mood of the dept and co workers all over the place and 'lots of cloak and dagger' . The intention is to reduce agency workers(such as my self ) to 0 by the end of this period but that is not possible as people are working on programmes that run until end of Oct.

I feel my diplomacy is really being tested at work.

libra rules venus - so doing lots of things to improve my health and body. regular (cheap) spa treatments and also have bought a bike to cycle.

venus is natally in 4th/5th house. my home life is quite disruptive now. again finding it quite challenging not to have arguments with people!!! ggrrr! over money (venus in pisces) and bills. Very frustrating energy!
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The late Nelson Mandela had mars in libra... the latter part of his life [he] 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.
Well, until mastered martian energy encounters resistance (force creates counterforce). Mandela spoke at length about how he transcended feelings of anger, hatred, and betrayal towards the perpetrators of his imprisonment and eventually, his life's passion became educating the world about the path of peace and reconciliation. This, to me, resonates with a mars in libra narrative.

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Well, until mastered martian energy encounters resistance (force creates counterforce). Mandela spoke at length about how he transcended feelings of anger, hatred, and betrayal towards the perpetrators of his imprisonment and eventually, his life's passion became educating the world about the path of peace and reconciliation. This, to me, resonates with a mars in libra narrative.
I've been experiencing a similar passive/aggressive notion. I feeling like I need to set an example to other to forgive and forget and not to let anger, frustration, hatred etc. get to me.
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I've been experiencing a similar passive/aggressive notion. I feeling like I need to set an example to other to forgive and forget and not to let anger, frustration, hatred etc. get to me.
I've been noticing this a bit at work. On a team call yesterday one of the Directors got nasty with the other and it was interesting to see the one who is technically lower on the totem pole diplomatically put the other in his place. No one likes the Director and we all think he is a useless a-hole. He has been getting very passive aggressive with the guy that reports to him because he is proving that he is the better leader.
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I've been noticing this a bit at work. On a team call yesterday one of the Directors got nasty with the other and it was interesting to see the one who is technically lower on the totem pole diplomatically put the other in his place. No one likes the Director and we all think he is a useless a-hole. He has been getting very passive aggressive with the guy that reports to him because he is proving that he is the better leader.
Interesting...Mars (r) is really showing it's true colours in Libra. I find the term "the tables/tides have turned" most appropriate to use to describe what people are experiencing. We seem to be "paying people back" and showing them that other side. Can't wait to see the reaction of people once Mars goes direct again.
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Interesting...Mars (r) is really showing it's true colours in Libra. I find the term "the tables/tides have turned" most appropriate to use to describe what people are experiencing. We seem to be "paying people back" and showing them that other side. Can't wait to see the reaction of people once Mars goes direct again.
I don't think I am acting any differently towards people but maybe because it's a natural energy for me. My boyfriend is being WAY less confrontational. It's amazing.. I never want Mars to go direct again hahaha.
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Nelson Mandela was truly and inspiration. Mars in libra one factor of that but probably quite a strong influence.

as natal mars in libra I guess I could try and emulate - struggling though. At the moment co tenants not paying the bills - guess me holding a gun to there head probably is not inspirational mars in libra!!! Will I pull the trigger when it turns direct - hopefully they will have paid up by then.

the international response to the air plane dissapearance has to be a positive in this sad affair - a reflection of that martian energy of co-operation however failing to bring anything to the surface at the moment.

Does Putin have mars in libra? cos Russia not invovled in the search efforts at all interestingly? guess they have other stuff going on right now.

I too am noticing this at work - think aries/taurus types are particularly effected - it is definitely backfiring any efforts they are putting it to cause destruction at work. mars rx is most probably watch and learn, smiling politely. let's see what it brings.... when it turns around again.
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Hello again

we are coming up the grand cross next weekend which involves mars in libra.

any thoughts on comments on how this may impact either yourself or mundane events?

this grand cross will hit cusp 12th/6th 3rd and 9th. I really am dreaming about taking a holiday now but it does not seem likely that this will happen.(blue seas are calling)

my progressed chart is interesting also as this occurs in my 5th/11th 2nd and 8th house. my sun progressed to 9 degrees aries. is it too much to hope for a little windfall of money!

a number of friends who have aries/libra opposition have had dramatic changes to their jobs but seem to have found their feet fairly soon afterwards.

how are capricorns sun's doing?
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