Mars in Taurus is the front runner to Uranus in Taurus, here from March 6/7. If you’re astute, you can read the upcoming Uranus in Taurus themes between the lines of the news stories.
Of course, the conversation is about boundaries and borders. It’s Taurus. Turf is important.
You can’t have a planetary shift as significant as this one without geopolitical restructuring to some degree.
As in the post about global financial astrology, the ethos of the Uranus in Aries era of the last decade is evolving: debt-hyped bubbles are bursting, and people are assessing the ideals versus reality ratio of globalism.
It is jarring to be drinking your morning espresso, swamp juice or electrolytes and scanning the media; a trade war there, a species extinct there, Caligula and cyber hacks.
We Were Already Living In Weird Times – They’re Are Just Becoming More Apparent In Mars in Taurus
But think about this: we were already living in weird times, they are just becoming more apparent. None of this is new, it’s only more exposed now. That’s healthy!
On a personal level, the sign that Mars is in at any time is always a useful cue to tactics and your most resilient stance. Mars in Taurus takes stock and resets to basics.
Remind yourself of what’s going right in your world, even as you take practical steps to mitigate the wrongs that are within your control.
It’s also an excellent grounding for the next several weeks of the weirdest Mercury Retrograde on record.
Mars in Taurus excels at steady gains via properly paced initiatives.
Find your strongest turf and hold that ground.
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