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Transiting MARS Aspect in Natal PLUTO

Transit to Natal Aspect in the Sky
In Square or Opposition Aspect,
Transit Last for About 3 days only
  • Powerful drives. 
  • The urge for dominance and territory. 
  • Obsessions. 
  • Extreme efforts. 
  • Sexual responses. 
  • The desire to mate. 
  • Efforts at personal transformation. 
  • Medical procedures. 
  • Strategic thinking -- plans for control.


TRANSITING MARS TRINE OR SEXTILE NATAL PLUTO 
In Trine or Sextile Aspect,
  • The urge to change things, to eliminate and purify. 
  • Efforts to unite, to transform, to share power and territory. 
  • Intense cleaning and purification. 
  • Sexual interests. Convincing, or being convinced of something. 
  • High energy output.
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✍(◔◡◔)Also note :

When using these interpretations Mars Aspect Pluto, please bear in mind that, inevitably, every chart will contain some contradictory influences, and as a result certain interpretations of different items in the same chart may seem difficult to reconcile. 

However, this may still be an accurate reflection of what is happening to the individual whose transits are being interpreted, as people do experience conflicting desires, events and circumstances in their lives. 

It is the responsibility of the astrologer to synthesise these apparent contradictions in order to present a cohesive and realistic interpretation of the dilemmas of the chart. 

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This Calendar is Base on Transit to Transit aspect in the Sky or in other word, they are not related to any particular Birth Chart.

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