Heralding Changes: Mars in Taurus, 14 February to 31 March, 2019

Mars likes to lead the way – he rules the first sign of the zodiac, Aries, after all. And after a very busy time in his home sign that included a dynamic meeting with Uranus at 29 degrees, he strides into Taurus on 14 February 2019. Mars in Taurus is sensual, practical, and persistent – sometimes persistent to the point of stubbornness. He gets us to focus on the material world, and can encourage us to be too rapacious in our enjoyment of it – he’s no environmentalist.

Trigger Finger: Mars in Aries (31 December, 2018 to 14 February, 2019)

As the New Year begins, Mars strides into his home sign of Aries, adding fuel to the fires that will be burning through the beginning of 2019. Mars often acts as a trigger for other aspects in the sky, and especially so when he’s acting freely in the sign of the ram. This year, there’s a lot of celestial activity for the Cosmic Warrior to ignite

The Last Hurrah of 2018: Mars in Pisces, 15 November – 31 December 2018

After seven months in airy Aquarius, Mars dives into the Piscean waters on 15 November. He swims towards the end of the zodiac as we wade towards the end of the year.
A dual sign that encompasses both yin and yang, Pisces often signals extremes. Known for its spiritual side, Pisces can also be excessively materialistic. Recognized as sensitive and compassionate, Pisces can also be ruthless and uncompromising.

Mars Retrograde Aquarius

Let’s Reconsider: Mars Retrograde

Mars stations to retrograde on June 26/27, at 9 degrees of Aquarius, and will continue to go backward in the sky until August 27th, when he reaches 28 degrees of Capricorn. Right around the stations (turning points), we’re likely to see a spike in anger, assertiveness, and aggression.That’s generally true of Mars’ stations, but it’s especially likely on his retrograde station in June, as the Sun is opposite Saturn at the same time. Frustration could build as Mars is limited in his movement – the urge to go forward intensifies but is hampered. If there’s any question that a few folks will blow their fuses at the end of June, consider that Mars stations just a degree away from the asteroid Pandora, and thinking isn’t the only thing likely to be out of the box.

TURNING POINTS – the Solstice, Uranus in Taurus and Mars Retrograde !

The Next Turning Point June Solstice !
Uranus in Taurus – and the roles of Venus and Mars retrograde during the coming Months!.
It all begins at this weekend’s Solstice with Mars and Venus opposite each other on the Nodal axis.
Join  Agents  Armand Diaz, Cassandra Butler, Patricia L Bell and Julija , presenting what we did at our Buffalo, NY conference 2 weeks ago on Uranus in Taurus, a major player in the next Mars retrograde, making a square to Uranus during eclipse season, and Venus’ next retrograde opposite Uranus.

It’s a pretty event filled couple of months coming up and it’s best to be prepared and better equipped with the help of the Agents of the C*I*A and astrology!!
Armand Diaz Patricia L. Bell Cassandra Butler Julija Simas

Deep Rumblings: Mars Retrogrades in Aquarius, 2018 Forecast May 15 to June 26

Marching Orders: Mars in Capricorn (17 March – 16 May, 2018)

Traditional astrology considers Mars to be exalted in Capricorn, where his assertiveness and aggression can be put to use for society. Mars in Capricorn can help build institutions, but he can also storm the fortresses and initiate change. This year, Mars will be quite busy in the sign of the mountain goat, meeting with Capricorn’s ruler Saturn then going on to conjoin Pluto, in addition to other aspects he’ll be making.

The Arrow Aims High: Mars in Sagittarius 26 January to 17 March 2018

Every two years, Mars, the Cosmic Warrior, spends about six weeks in the sign the archer, Sagittarius. Whether he is waging a holy war, advocating for a social or political philosophy, or fighting for a just cause, Mars gets riled up in Jupiter’s home sign. Sagittarius is a Fire sign that isn’t known for reserve and caution, and that suits Mars just fine.

Jovial Houseguest: Mars in Scorpio

Mars returns to his second home on 9 December, and finds his friend Jupiter in the house. Last time Mars was in Scorpio, in early 2016, he had the place to himself – no doubt a relief after hosting Saturn for a couple of years earlier in the decade. Mars may have limited tolerance for Jupiter’s upbeat and outgoing attitude, but in the sign of the scorpion even Jupiter is inclined to tone it down a bit and focus on serious matters.

Iron Fist Velvet Glove: Mars in Libra OCT 22 – Dec 9

The Cosmic Warrior puts on his dress uniform for six weeks, minding his manners and following protocol as he marches through Venus’ second home. Libran harmony is inimical to the more impulsive Mars, and in this sign he can have difficulty expressing himself directly. Yet with Venus in mutual reception with him for much of the time he’s in the sign of the scales (from 7 November to 1 December), it’s possible that this will be a productive time – bargaining and negotiations with a hint of force, diplomacy from a place of power… an iron fist in a velvet glove?