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Old 23-01-2021, 12:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Ophiuchus94

I agree this aspect may bring some violence, but not necessarily on the physical level. Uranus represents technology as well and with Mars over there, it can represent "online violence" of any kind or "online battle". It is also important to mention people's need to be free (Uranus), especially in the US today, and they can try (or tried) to achieve their freedom in a more violent way (Mars). But if we look at their sign, Taurus, this is an earthly sign, and it brings stability and control. Mars cannot express itself here in a proper way, and there is a border to this "violence". Anyway, Mars can also represent courageous battle, for freedom (Uranus) for example. This doesn't need to be seen negatively.

Haha you are right. I guess with everything that is going on and the fact that we were inaugurating our new president that day my head automatically read it as "oh no!" I am happy I got it wrong. Uranus has been rather loud lately and since he just turned direct not to long ago, I was just like hmm that aspect looks like trouble. So I was researching it & what others had to say abput what it brings just reaffirmed that instinct. But that is Uranus for you...

I was also thinking about the Jupiter/Saturn conjunction & the full moon eclipse last month could bring a little harmony and peace to the outcome but the beginning of the month had gotten off to a chaotic start both collectively and personally soooo I havent the slightest clue what to expect anymore Just gotta live in the moment & live positively. Thanks for the perspective & welcome to the forum
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