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Question His Taurus Mars opposes my Scorp Venus/Mars - advice on this synastry/comp please!

Helllooo! Just curious for any interpretations of this synastry and composite. In the synastry we have his Mars opposing my Mars/Venus conjunction, but we also have both our Moons making contact with each other's it seems like one very challenging aspect paired with another very harmonious aspect! His Sun/Merc are also conjunct my DESC - this seems to be a good indicator for relationship if I'm not mistaken? My Pluto conjuncts his Vertex and his North Node is conjunct my MC - are these significant?

And in the composite we have a kite (do people use patterns in composite charts? I'm new to this!) with Venus/Pluto conjunct in the 7th house (along with the NN) and a Juno/South Node conjunction. We also have Sun in the 6th in the composite which I've read is not so great..

Any input on this relationship is appreciated!
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