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Mars conjunct Ascendant

Mars conjunct the Ascendant gives you an inexhaustible supply of energy. You are constantly in motion, but sometimes it is motion without meaning. Lacking self-discipline, you take daring and unnecessary risks when challenged. Your supporters regard you as courageous, but your enemies consider you 'pushy' and arrogant. However, you are not moved by either opinion, because you want most of all for people to recognize your superiority and give you the breathing room you need. You constantly have to see that people are in awe of your aggressive superiority, because inside you are not really that sure of yourself. The image you present hides a persistent inferiority complex. You probably win your arguments by making the most noise and wearing out your opponents with unceasing harassment. But you don't need to waste your energy this way, because you have enormous creative ability that merely needs to be harnessed to an objective. When you do this, no-one can succeed as easily as you can, and with energy to spare.

A very physical person, you tend to brush aside any talk of compromise or concession as tactics fit only for the weak and spineless. It is almost impossible to have a simple, friendly talk with you; when you think you are losing control and your position is weakening, you become angry and may resort to violence. You can be sure that people who converse with you in simple 'yes's and 'no's are aware of your short fuse. On the positive side, you are independent and self-confident. You know how to mobilize people and their resources to achieve your objectives. Although you can work as hard as the best of them, you prefer to play the role of the instigator, sitting back and pulling the strings to make them do your bidding.

Mars conjunct Ascendant: The attitude to the world is strongly colored by the self-assertiveness of Mars. We are not inclined to pay much attention to others. We seldom look before we leap; and we act before anyone has a chance to offer advice. The impression we make is one of activity, courage and daring. Independence and will-power are not always welcome, however. Every now and then, people will probably treat us as sharply and aggressively as we treat them. The impression we make is more abrasive than we may wish, and if we are thwarted we can become annoyed and take swift action. The rashness of Mars has an outlet here which can result in divorce or broken friendships; so we do need to exercise restraint.

Mars conjunct Ascendant: This is a powerful aspect, for it indicates a high energy potential. These individuals will make quick, perhaps rash, decisions. The early childhood environment will be very active; it may even be somewhat violent. These individuals will be familiar with anger, and the kind of anger they were expose to as children will be indicated by the sign in which the conjunction occurs.

The emotional reaction to life will have to be handled constructively, or this person might spend too much time overreacting to ordinary life situations. Career decisions will need to be thought out carefully to overcome the natural inclination to jump into new situations thoughtlessly.

Mars conjunct Ascendant: Those with Mars conjunct the Ascendant tend to view the world as a highly competitive place and approach it from this vantage point. Often, too, there is a vague feeling that conflict might break out at any minute. Sometimes, the Mars rising person was born into or raised in an early atmosphere of conflict. Occasionally, the birth itself was a violent one or involved surgery, as, for example, in cases of caesarean section.

In any event, the persona the Mars rising person may wear is of someone always ready for action and sometimes ready for conflict too. Some people with Mars rising just seem to go out into the world spoiling for a fight. Nevertheless, the appearance of strength, courage and bravado may be all show; merely a mask the individual has learnt to cultivate in order to protect him- / herself.

Mars conjunct Ascendant people are keen to get on with things. This is the client who, being impatient to start, arrives early and refuses a cup of tea.

In appearance the Mars rising person often exudes strength. Sometimes the individual is rather muscular-looking as if armor-plated against any possible attack.

This is a very honest, go-getting kind of combination, good for any kind of initiation, although unrestrained by other chart factors; and, depending on the sign involved, the individual may just be too impulsive or pushy for his / her own good. More positively, there is usually strong leadership potential with this placement, and it is ideal for any life-situations where the individual can legitimately compete and stretch him- / herself to the limit. Sport is the immediate physical vehicle that springs to mind.

Mars conjunct Ascendant: Jean 0, Bill Clinton 1, Cynthia 3, Jude 3, Patrice 3, Seligma 3, Donald Trump 4, Leen 4, Henry Kissinger 5, Gabriela 5, Zeno 5, Arnold Palmer 6, Ramakrishna 6, Tammy 6, Travis 6, Ronald Reagan 7, Jane 7, Pankaj 7, Peter Sellers 8, Jesse Ventura 8, JBLight 8


Mars sextile Ascendant

With Mars sextile the Ascendant, you usually express yourself with persistence and determination. You are fearless in saying what is on your mind, and careless as well. You assert yourself enthusiastically but impulsively. This lack of temperance in expressing your opinions tends to put people on the defensive. Because you are somewhat of a 'live wire', people come to expect the unexpected from you. With so much nervous energy, it isn't easy for you to sit still for very long. When your body isn't in motion, your tongue is, and this is how most of your problems in relationships begin. Although you may want harmony in dealing with people, it isn't evident from your actions. If you learn to reflect before you speak, you will avoid saying the wrong thing at the wrong time. You want to be admired by your friends for having a mind of your own and the courage to speak up when you feel you should. You need their support because you aren't always that sure of yourself.

You work hard at your career, perhaps doing more than is expected of you if you work under supervision, and certainly so if you are self-employed. There is some danger that you actually do more than you should, because much of your effort comes from nervous energy. You feel challenged by competitors and want to prove that you are more competent than they are. By being well-informed, you are prepared to take on any responsibility when the opportunity is offered.

You need greater self-discipline to get the full benefit of your creative ability. If you can consolidate your efforts towards a specific objective, you will always manage to succeed. Your zest for living is dramatically shown by your boundless enthusiasm in everything you do. Don't waste it in nonproductive enterprises or in a useless show of superior strength.

Mars trine or sextile Ascendant: Generally speaking, we stand up for ourselves, manage our own affairs, and put in a fair stint of hard work; but the idea is to concentrate on doing the things we like best.

We know how to encourage others and to keep them busy. Quite often these aspects give leadership qualities; but more by setting an example of courage, boldness and enthusiasm than by good administration.

We are very resilient; and physically we can often achieve a great deal. Usually we are very keen on sport and sporty things, but our keenness can degenerate into mere rivalry. Competitions and tournaments appeal to us, and we can do well in them. It is not unusual for us to espouse some cause or ideal; for we are not averse to the smell of battle, even with the harmonious aspects. Here, too, even if we are not quite so culpable, we have to learn to leave others some breathing space. If anything, our quick spontaneity is to blame when we expect more than our due.

Mars trine or sextile Ascendant: When Mars trines or sextiles the Ascendant, the individual was taught constructive action as a child; and action taken as an adult will complement the persona.

Mars sextile Ascendant: Elvis Presley 0, Edouard de Rothschild 0, Al 0, Alfred Hitchcock 1, Frank Sinatra 1, Donovan Leitch 2, Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. 2, Mark Zuckerberg 2, SFor 2, Uri Geller 3, Friedrich Nietzche 3, Beth 3, Leigh 3, Nirvesh 3, Ricardo 3, John Dillinger 4, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis 4, Ted Turner 4, Erin 4, JudyPl 4


Mars square Ascendant

Mars square the Ascendant indicates that you show not moderation in asserting yourself. When you feel the urge to take action about something important, you usually do so without polish or refinement. When you act this way, people resent it and find you offensive. When reminded of your shortcomings, you are offended because you feel you should not have to answer to anyone for your actions. It is nearly impossible to stop you from expressing your opinion, and you don't care where you are or who hears you. Anyone who provokes you invites your immediate reaction, usually a negative one.

You seem to enjoy watching people become upset by your display of bad manners. You delight in putting people on the defensive and watching them squirm as you antagonize them with your tirades. Because you aren't really convinced of your superiority, you have a chip on your shoulder. Only winning in a show of strength can satisfy your ego.

Your parents probably tried to stimulate you to do the things they were unable to accomplish in their lives, and you became annoyed by this pressure. Disagreements and bickering in your early home life have caused you to become bitter and resentful of authority. Although you want your talents to be recognized, your inability to submit to authority creates problems and restricts the progress of your career. Problems may also result because your parents could not provide you with an education. If you have received an education, you have done so by your own efforts.

You admire people who can translate their capabilities into financial gain. But if you are willing to endure the self-denial and sacrifice required, you can accomplish the same thing. You know your future security depends on successfully developing your potentials. You are willing to work hard to realize your goals, but there are times when you wonder if they are worth all the effort and the frustrations you must endure.

Mars square or opposite Ascendant: It is hard to regulate energy with these aspects. At one instant we are rushing matters; at another, we are frittering energy away on futilities; and generally speaking we are pretty inconsistent.

We flare up easily, and are always ready to take a poke at someone, but soon calm down. Also we sometimes react angrily to the (often well-meant) advice of others, which we regard as meddling in our affairs. We are quite capable of managing on our own, and make a point of doing so. Even when we know we will be rebuffed, we prefer going our own way to following someone's lead. As in the other Mars / Ascendant aspects, there is energy, daring, courage and enterprise - but we do need to be careful that impetuousness does not lead to ruptures with others. And we must not be surprised if we get some rather adverse reactions now and then from those around us. No-one could call us docile; and we never let anything go by default.

Mars square or opposite Ascendant: If Mars squares or opposes the Ascendant, it is not easy to energize the creative potential in the personality in an appropriate manner. When the square appears, the action taken doesn't complement the persona. The action taken may not express the career interests, for career moves may not be perceived appropriately. Goals may be confused. Since Mars also rules sexuality, the sexual expression may not make sense either, for the career may be affected by the choice of sexual partners, or the career life-style may not connect in with the love life.

When the opposition occurs, a compromise is indicated, for the persona, the public attitudes claimed while we put 'our best foot forward', may not agree with the action taken in life, or with the sexual needs. When these people understand the various possibilities regarding manifestation of this energy, they can make conscious decisions regarding how they wish to use it.

Mars square Ascendant: Elton John 0, Ralph 0, Supr 2, Ayn Rand 3, Antonio 3, Dewitt 4, Isadora Duncan 5, DonW 5, ScottS 5, Mitt Romney 6, AbbieJ 6, TomW 6


Mars trine Ascendant

Mars trine the Ascendant shows that you assert yourself positively and aggressively. You have much enthusiasm, which you transmit to others in such a way that they are aroused to support you in your actions. Although you may not always be right in what you do, you are certainly willing to take that chance. You enjoy taking chances anyway; and luck seems to hold out when you do. You have a mind of your own, and are determined to express yourself when you feel the urge. You have the gift of the gab, and know how to gain the advantage in conversation. Being competitive, you enjoy both mental and physical challenges. Sports give you the opportunity to let off steam, either as a participant or as a spectator. You delight in winning, but, whether you win or lose, you take tremendous pleasure in the game.

You need a considerable amount of money to support your pleasures, and you can dream up the wildest schemes to get it. Because you are inclined to spend much more than you earn, you must learn to be more moderate. You find it very embarrassing to be without money, but you should avoid money lenders, if you can.

You don't pay enough attention to planning for the future. Your motto could be 'Live today, for tomorrow you may die'. But with this attitude your security is always in doubt. In your job, you give an impression of great activity, so that your superiors think you are making an enormous contribution. When it comes down to reality, however, you may fail to prove your worth. You need greater self-discipline so you can harness your creative enthusiasm to specific tasks. You would like to be independent, but because of your inclination to spend, it may be difficult to accumulate enough money to function freely. Your personal affairs tend to get in the way of your professional endeavors, and you could end up relying for assistance on the generosity of others.

Your success depends on your willingness to work at developing your talents. Hard work will bring you the results you want, as well as satisfaction for not having to depend on others.

Mars trine or sextile Ascendant: Generally speaking, we stand up for ourselves, manage our own affairs, and put in a fair stint of hard work; but the idea is to concentrate on doing the things we like best.

We know how to encourage others and to keep them busy. Quite often these aspects give leadership qualities; but more by setting an example of courage, boldness and enthusiasm than by good administration.

We are very resilient; and physically we can often achieve a great deal. Usually we are very keen on sport and sporty things, but our keenness can degenerate into mere rivalry. Competitions and tournaments appeal to us, and we can do well in them. It is not unusual for us to espouse some cause or ideal; for we are not averse to the smell of battle, even with the harmonious aspects. Here, too, even if we are not quite so culpable, we have to learn to leave others some breathing space. If anything, our quick spontaneity is to blame when we expect more than our due.

Mars trine or sextile Ascendant: When Mars trines or sextiles the Ascendant, the individual was taught constructive action as a child; and action taken as an adult will complement the persona.

Mars trine Ascendant: Leif 0, Fred Astaire 1, Deepak Chopra 2, PapayaJ 2, Art Garfunkel 3, Tom 3, Georges Gurdjieff 4, Jack Nicholson 4, Dunja 4, Vincent van Gogh 5, TonyO 5


Mars quincunx Ascendant

Mars inconjunct the Ascendant means that you tend to deplete your energy by trying to do more than you are physically able to do. You never want anyone to say that you didn't try hard to accomplish everything you set out to. But you are somewhat careless about taking safety precautions because you want to feel that you are fearless in any task you perform. When someone doubts you can do what you say, you feel personally challenged and proceed to prove that you can. Sometimes you regret your impulsiveness, for you tend to bite off more than you can chew. But you will never admit it when the going gets rough.

With all your energy, you are impatient for results and anxious to develop your talents as soon as possible. Your parents probably trained you to respond to challenging situations without taking too much time to think before accepting the competition. You are not a reflective person, which is one of your weaknesses. Learn to consider whether you can succeed before accepting a challenge. Although you are resourceful in capitalizing on your talents, there is still a limit to what you can do.

Your superiors admire your courage, but they deplore your foolhardiness when caution is required. Your refusal to believe that you have any weaknesses can get you into a lot of hot water. Your friends may dare you to do things they wouldn't try themselves, so why should you take the risk?

You like contact with people, especially when they disagree with you, because you enjoy arguments, even if you don't win them. You know how to gain the confidence of those you deal with, because you can do things they are unable to do for themselves. A whirlwind when you set your mind to accomplish something, you drive yourself to exhaustion. Being so restless and energetic, you would enjoy participating in sports, and it would be a good outlet for your energy.

Mars quincunx Ascendant: Without knowing precisely why, we often become tensed up if we have an inconjunct between Mars and the Ascendant in the chart. Whenever we are dealing with others, the effect of Mars operates unpredictably: either we push ourselves forward too vigorously, or else we fail to stand up for ourselves when we should. In short, the role Mars plays - and it certainly does play a role - is a very uncertain quantity. We can feel insecure because at one time we are letting ourselves be pushed around while at another we face criticism for wanting to take the reins into our own hands.

Often we do not know what we want. Our inner drive (Mars) is so much at variance with our public image (the Ascendant) that we can be in a state of upheaval. We may feel that nothing turns out as we wish; so we are always looking for something new to do. However, the unsettledness is really in ourselves. If we are able to release tension (in sport or other Mars-type activities), then we can settle down to do whatever suits us best. As with all aspects of Mars, we must try to avoid the thoughtless behavior likely to lead to broken relationships.

Mars quincunx Ascendant: Jon Voight 0, John F. Kennedy 2, Paul McCartney 2, Lynn Forester de Rothschild 2, Elizabeth Taylor 2, Phylissa 2, Carlos Castaneda 3, Karl Marx 3, Wilhelm Reich 3, Farmer 3, Gloria Steinem 4, Andrew 4, Victoria 4


Mars opposite Ascendant

Mars opposition the Ascendant shows that you attract people who threaten you, as though you had a chip on your shoulder and dared everyone to know it off. You don't really have that much self-confidence; your aggressive actions are an attempt to convince yourself that you do. You need constant encounters to improve your skill in dealing with people who would otherwise take advantage of you. Meeting others in competition is how you learn how to assert yourself constructively, with greater self-control and discipline. Naturally argumentative, you are not the easiest person to get along with. You must learn to be more compromising if you want peace and harmony. Making concessions shows strength of character, not weakness; and if you realize this, you will be respected for your maturity.

In personal relationships, your offensive tactics force you to raise your defenses when the going gets rough. While it is necessary to fight for your independence, you must show some restraint so you don't incur everyone's displeasure. You want to be recognized for your ability to succeed in spite of challenging competition. But an attitude of superiority often masks feelings of inferiority or inadequacy.

You have a lot of creative energy you should express. Remember, it's what you do rather than what you say you can do that is important. Knowing that your future success and happiness depend on you alone, you must realize that you will have to make some contribution to ensure them. Take advantage of your closest friends, who can offer worthwhile suggestions; and when their ideals help you, show your appreciation.

You may have some difficulty in getting your superiors to give you a more important position, because of your inclination to flare up under pressure. You tend to speak out of turn, which arouses suspicion that you cannot handle the authority delegated to you. Develop more self-control, or you will run into many troublesome situations that could be extremely difficult to resolve.

Mars opposite Ascendant: Mars conjunct the Descendant, or making hard aspect to the axis, may be more combative than Mars rising. Those with Mars on the Descendant may see others as aggressive, or look to others to help them find their own retaliatory impulses. This is a splendid combination for lawyers or others who have to fight on behalf of another's point of view. Often those with this placement have to put a great deal of energy and sometimes real 'push' into achieving a position of co-operation. A key phrase for this combination may be 'fighting for co-operation'; fighting too for justice and fairness as they see it.

Like Venus-Mars contacts, the Mars setting person may be impulsive about relationship, jumping into liaisons with a real spirit of adventure but not a great deal of forethought. This is a good combination for competitive relationships -partnerships that involve a bit of rough and tumble and don't rely on everything appearing to be sweet and nice. Thus, relationships with people with Mars along this axis may feel either very alive and stimulating or as if World War III had just broken out.

Mars square or opposite Ascendant: It is hard to regulate energy with these aspects. At one instant we are rushing matters; at another, we are frittering energy away on futilities; and generally speaking we are pretty inconsistent.

We flare up easily, and are always ready to take a poke at someone, but soon calm down. Also we sometimes react angrily to the (often well-meant) advice of others, which we regard as meddling in our affairs. We are quite capable of managing on our own, and make a point of doing so. Even when we know we will be rebuffed, we prefer going our own way to following someone's lead. As in the other Mars / Ascendant aspects, there is energy, daring, courage and enterprise - but we do need to be careful that impetuousness does not lead to ruptures with others. And we must not be surprised if we get some rather adverse reactions now and then from those around us. No-one could call us docile; and we never let anything go by default.

Mars square or opposite Ascendant: If Mars squares or opposes the Ascendant, it is not easy to energize the creative potential in the personality in an appropriate manner. When the square appears, the action taken doesn't complement the persona. The action taken may not express the career interests, for career moves may not be perceived appropriately. Goals may be confused. Since Mars also rules sexuality, the sexual expression may not make sense either, for the career may be affected by the choice of sexual partners, or the career life-style may not connect in with the love life.

When the opposition occurs, a compromise is indicated, for the persona, the public attitudes claimed while we put 'our best foot forward', may not agree with the action taken in life, or with the sexual needs. When these people understand the various possibilities regarding manifestation of this energy, they can make conscious decisions regarding how they wish to use it.

Mars opposite Ascendant: Bobby Fischer 0, Lori 1, Malcolm X 2, Shakura 2, Tyler 2, Paulo 3, Lady Gaga 4, Abbe 4, Joze 4, Charlie Chaplin 5, Ashira 5, Warren Buffett 6, Ellen 6, Howard Hughes 7

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