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tr. Saturn Rx exact opp.n. Mars

Posted: Wed Jun 08, 2022 7:31 am
by staragewiz
Jim,

What's your def.of Saturn Rx opp.n.Mars?

This aspect is Angular. tr. Saturn/Desc opp.n.Mars/Asc is clients SSR.
Also Angular in his locality chart.

Looking for updated interpretation from Fagan's.

thamks,

Re: tr. Saturn Rx exact opp.n. Mars

Posted: Wed Jun 08, 2022 7:49 am
by Jim Eshelman
staragewiz wrote:
Wed Jun 08, 2022 7:31 am
What's your def.of Saturn Rx opp.n.Mars?
From the transit interpretations forum: https://www.solunars.com/viewtopic.php? ... 1616#p1621 the concise version is:
Fighting one's limits. Struggle, conflict of wills. Poor for competition. Industrious, accomplishment possible (but against stern odds). Possible injury, confidence loss, sexual barriers.
A longer discussion in the same place, adding some counselling notes:
Potentially high accomplishment, but probably against heavy odds. The fighter in you butts heads with elements of restriction and control, both in your environment and within yourself. Your independent, spirited, creative will seeks to express itself freely and chafes at any bit placed upon it. Clear-headed evaluation works best. Where blind struggle and impulsive action fail (perhaps reinforcing a sense of inadequacy), careful planning and realistic appraisal may win the day. Few competitive ventures thrive now: Work should be done for its own sake. Exercise caution regarding physical health and well-being. Endurance is considerable, but psychological pressures and the constant tendency to drive oneself may deplete physical resources. Consideration for others' rights and feelings is vitally important now: It wins you support in your battle with your own personal limits.
Some Bradley notes based on statistics:
Garth Allen wrote:pain from outside, either physical or psychological, such as from actual accidents, discomfort through the reactivation of an old ailment, or the cruelty of somebody in the native's ken.

Re: tr. Saturn Rx exact opp.n. Mars

Posted: Wed Jun 08, 2022 7:51 am
by Jim Eshelman
BTW, I'm not sure if you saw the birthday greetings here, posted recently:
https://solunars.com/viewtopic.php?f=52&t=6263