Amy Johnson was an English pilot who embodied the fierce, fearless energy of Mars Conjunct North Node. Iconic in her day, she was the first woman to fly solo from Britain to Australia, one of many record-setting flights. Johnson also went to university and studied economics, at a time when few females did. She died during World War II under mysterious circumstances. Some say she was ferrying a German spy, also her lover, to safety.
She was a Cancerian – check out the classic Crab peepers, in the picture above. But her Mars-North Node conjunction transmits the real signal here.
Below is the excerpt from my Astral DNA birth chart report for that aspect:
Mars Conjunction North Node
Mars-North Node people are always in start-up or combat mode, leading from the front without waiting for validation or approval from their peers. They’re mission-minded and clear on what they need to manifest. Break their stride at your own peril. They can make an epic career from being a delineator or cultural influencer, powered by the exactitude of their vision. Unless there is something strong anchored on their South Node, they’re future-trippers, forever making s**t happen to nourish their tomorrow, wiping clean their memories of yesterday. Your talking about the past could come across as negativity or like a curse to them.
Mars Conjunct North Node Is Self-Driven – Fast.
She was Cancerian – just look at those whites under the eyes, classic Crabby indicator, with Mars conjunct the North Node. They tend to achieve fame or notoriety. Life does not happen to them – they happen to life. From an early age, it’s obvious that they’ve invested their soul into their Goal-Stalking.
Any tight planetary conjunctions to the North Node indicate people with a strong sense of destiny, of who they are and where they’re going. But with Warrior God Mars as the stimulant, the person has a unique mojo. They set out to craft their singular vision of life, regardless of obstacles or the established order. Mars conjunct North Node people hurl themselves forward in life. They build bridges and forge paths as they go, moving at Warp Speed.
“I am an ordinary woman who did extraordinary things. The first to qualify as a ground engineer. The first to fly to Australia single-handed. A million people lined the streets of London when I came home. I waved to them from an open-topped car like the queen, the queen of the air.”