Mars in Taurus

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Mars in Taurus

Post by Jim Eshelman » Mon Feb 22, 2021 7:49 pm

Mars is now in Taurus where it will stay through April 14. I expect the main day-to-day story now will change to something distinctly Taurian.

In humans with Mars in Taurus at birth, we expect the following character (although this approach hasn't been very helpful in other Mars transits):
Artists, musicians. Tender, responsive, humane. Mystic instincts attuned to love. Sexually attractive, romantic soul, sensual (sexually popular?). Women often tough, competitive, comfortable with assertiveness. Men often second-guess themselves, perhaps a little lost, ambivalent about aggression.
I suspect that conditions will turn from conflict to peace, with greater focus on life, comfort, and Eros. Perhaps minds around the world turn more to anticipation of life and fruitfulness.
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Re: Mars in Taurus

Post by Jim Eshelman » Mon Mar 01, 2021 1:28 pm

Today's top three stories are unusually kind news - they are all about relief and aid. It's rare that mainstream news centers on positives.

The three topics are: A new vaccine accelerates the path to Covid-19 relief. The House has passed the Covid-1 $1.9 trillion relief bill. A large immigration reform bill is heading through the House to legalize undocumented immigrants, granting legal status to thousands of undocumented form workers etc., on top of Pres. Biden's pursuit of a larger U.S. Citizenship Act.

Even the fourth pain story has peaceful character: Biden is being criticized for not retaliating against the Saudi Crown Prince after confirming that he did personally order the hit on Jamal Khashoggi.
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Re: Mars in Taurus

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Mar 02, 2021 12:44 pm

Of today's topmost stories, there is a continuing trend that seems Taurian to me, though today they are a mix of (1) sad, sympathy-drawing shadow sides of some of yesterday's stories and (2) tenderer stories.

For example, this morning's stories are:

After yesterday's upbeat pandemic news (and some further good news in the "not topmost" category), this morning we here that the CDC director thinks the accelerating number of coronavirus variants may swamp any progress made and reducing numbers.

After yesterday's compassionate immigration news, today we learn that refugee cases are piling up at the border and processing won't come soon. Nonetheless, the Homeland Security secretary emphasized that families separated at the border under Trump-era restrictions can be reunited in the U.S. and set on a citizenship path.

Whereas last week (under Mars in Aries) 279 schoolgirls were kidnapped at gunpoint from their school in Nigeria (just one of several such incidents lately), this morning's news is that they have been freed.

It's probably even compassionate news that after former President Sarkozy was convicted of corruption and influence peddling and sentenced to three years in prison, he had two years suspended on the sentence and, apparently due to age and related factors, will serve the rest of the sentence imprisoned at home.

Besides, Starbucks is adding oat milk to its menu.
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