• Mars in PiscesMARS ENTERS PISCES 

    and tired is the new normal…

    Although in its own triplicity in Pisces, Mars tends nevertheless to lose itself a little in this sign. Energies are scattered and vitality is often low which might lead to a tendency to brooding and introspection.

    On the other hand, Mars in Pisces is often gifted with an unusual intuitive accuracy but frequently prefers to win by yielding itself to the other as it moves from one mood to another with great ease thus creating confusion in the adversary. Helplessness is often used as a weapon “poor me” in the hope of creating a bad conscious in the opponent.

    During its stay in Pisces, Mars will make the following aspects:

    10 April: conjunct Saturn (14°40’ Pisces) – a roadblock or steady progress.

    19 April: sextile Jupiter (21°29’ Pisces-Taurus) and 8 hours after sextile Uranus (21°46’) – this will occur only just over a day before the Jupiter-Uranus conjunction in Taurus at 21°49’ – this is a good aspect for starting new projects and getting out of our proverbial rut but don’t illude yourself that change is without pain of some sort! Likewise, the transit could also cause restlessness which you can’t exactly pinpoint to any apparent cause.

    28-29 April: conjunct Neptune (28°52’ Pisces) – irritability, fevers and rashes could suddenly appear without apparent cause, take it easy and rest.

    “Bemoaning my existence wasn’t changing my existence.” Carolyn Spring

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