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Dissonant marsian aspects (non-dominant Mars)
by Richard Pellard
English translation by Julien Rouger

The interpretation examples that we are suggesting are very far from being exhaustive : they only show and outline a general frame describing the issues of the aspect. They should therefore not be taken literally. Each being brings indeed its own responses, more or less original, to the questions raised by an aspect. There is no magic formula. Through using the R.E.T. and the Theory of Ages and combining logic, observation and imagination, you will be able to develop a thousand other possible meanings, a thousand other variations on the same theme.

Dissonant Mars-Moon aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Moon ‘p’ ↔ Mars ‘P’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when the Moon dominates : for you, the pinnacle of harmony and wholeness is to do nothing. Tired in advance at the idea of having to confront the world harshly, you prefer to take refuge in a daily routine without roughness and without relief, in a bubble of sweetness which, you hope, will protect you from harsh realities. of existence. Fearful, the real or supposed attacks of which you could be the object encourage you to adopt the policy of the ostrich. You will perhaps justify your little cowardice or big resignations in the face of the inevitable fights on the pretext of your pacifism or your feeling of a universal harmony which would prohibit you from frankly engaging in action. Quickly thrown off balance by adversity, you may be tempted to dissolve your own personality into a protective group to avoid having to face the world.

Dissonant Mars-Sun aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Sun ‘P’ ↔ Mars ‘P’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when the Sun dominates : Imbued with yourself, your indisputable certainties or your status, above all you fear frank confrontations, egalitarian face-to-face encounters, the harsh realities of life. You maintain your principles, models and ideals at all costs despite common sense and realism. Against the stubborn logic of facts, you imperturbably oppose your dogmatic arguments. You willingly play the father-of-rigor, sagely sermonizing those who live at close range without concern for greatness or doctrine. Your obsession with impeccable order encourages you to attack any hint of movement or agitation authoritatively. Jealous of your uniqueness, you do not support any rival. Your concern to keep the pose and not to fall prevents you from taking life head on and from frankly expressing your natural impulses.

Dissonant Mars-Mercury aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Mercury ‘tR’ ↔ Mars ‘eE’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when Mercury dominates : you are an authentic specialist in objectless curiosities, multiple unrealistic or unachievable projects, gossip sheltered from the test of facts and far from any tangible reality. You communicate to say nothing, and preferably nothing materially real. You prefer having fun, distracting yourself and getting drunk on futile novelties rather than getting your hands dirty and physically investing yourself in sustained activity. With a cunning, a mobility and a skill that badly mask your lack of courage, you flee direct confrontations, face-to-face meetings where the game is no longer appropriate, bitter struggles where there is only make stuns and unstable spinners. You do nothing and do not hesitate to be ironic about those who toil. Your fertile imagination considers itself dispensed with any practical spirit and any desire to achieve.

Dissonant Mars-Venus aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Venus ‘eR’ ↔ Mars ‘eE’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when Venus dominates : you have powerful desires and temptations, but are reluctant to work hard to materialize them. You believe that your desires should be satisfied without you having to take action, and especially without any obstacle standing in the way of your wishes. You find it difficult to consider the objects of your attachments for what they really are, prisoner that you are of images and received ideas that you would like to see materialize as if by magic. As soon as your heart is solicited, you lack realism. Voluptuous and capricious, you can’t stand it when your affective partners resist you, and willingly use emotional blackmail (charm, seduction, tears, etc.) to achieve your goals at the cost of the least effort. You can also be a gentle, delicate and tender aesthete who shuns concrete realities, which are considered too coarse.

Dissonant Mars-Jupiter aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Mars ‘eE’ ↔ Jupiter ‘rE’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when Jupiter dominates : obsessed with your desire to be reasonable, to respect the conventions of your social environment, you become incapable of reacting healthily, of acting as you feel. Your desire to succeed at all costs, to have your achievements recognized in the public square, pushes you to avoid any frankness, any authentic and necessary confrontation, even any courage. By dint of wanting to satisfy your material ambitions and your thirst for respectability, you come to ignore the most elementary realism. Handsome and loud speaker, good at self-promotion and self-satisfaction, you are a poor man in the field. You impose yourself with arrogance, you gargle with grandstand effects when you have to show what you are concretely capable of. Obsessed with your need to make yourself useful, you seem unable to act in a selfless way.

Dissonant Mars-Saturn aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Mars ‘eE’ ↔ Saturn ‘tE’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when Saturn dominates : paralyzed by doubt and questions, you find it difficult to act and react in a timely manner. Prisoner of your world of abstractions, austere thoughts and complicated reasoning, you desert the lived experience and its inevitable struggles. You always find good, deep and philosophical reasons for doing nothing, refusing confrontation, experience, confrontation with beings, things and situations. Your rational or romantic quest for an elsewhere or a hidden meaning, your excess of hindsight, disenchantment or caution prevent you from taking life head on, from living and enjoying your present situation intensely. By dint of coldness, calculation, distance, you run the risk of disembodiing yourself, of mutilating your sensations, your feelings.

Dissonant Mars-Uranus aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Mars ‘eE’ ↔ Uranus ‘rT’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when Uranus dominates : intuitively convinced of the validity, relevance and truth of your undemonstrable affirmations and clear-cut convictions, you can’t stand any rivalry, any denial of stubborn facts, any confrontation likely to call your arrogant certainties into question. You tyrannically impose points of view and theories of which the most elementary realism and the most down-to-earth common sense demonstrate the pretension, vanity, inanity or at the very least the arbitrariness. Certain of being the strongest and the best in your specialty, you refuse relations of equality and fights where you risk losing your reputation for untouchable superiority. The originality that you claim loud and clear seems to be only a grotesque challenge to common sense. Your penetrating and audacious views are, or appear to be, concretely inapplicable.

Dissonant Mars-Neptune aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Mars ‘eE’ ↔ Neptune ‘eT’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when Neptune dominates : you live in a troubled and nebulous elsewhere that uproots you from the present, from the here and now. Prisoner of your irrational faith, of your unverifiable intuitions, of your unconscious dreams, of your disturbing feelings, you come to neglect all realism, all basic common sense. The inspiration of the moment, the song of your inner sirens, the ideology or the mystic of which you are the hostage dictate the course of action to you, which has nothing to do with the struggles for survival. You depersonalize yourself, you become the incarnation of a crazy hope, of an impossible utopia that ignores the concrete reality of beings, things and situations. Your immoderate taste for the vague, the mysterious, the sinuous, the undulating is akin to subtle escapes and evasions in the face of necessary conflicts and confrontations.

Dissonant Mars-Pluto aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Mars ‘P’ ↔ Pluto ‘P’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when Pluto dominates : in the name of a profound truth intuitively revealed, you persist in denying personal experience any reality. No common sense, no elementary realism can make you doubt that the only thing that counts is an indecipherable and mysterious hidden order. Whether you barricade yourself in the silent contemplation of being-in-itself, in a radical metaphysical despair, a grating marginality, the dark prescience of an unspeakable fatality or in a black and pessimistic vision of the future of the species, you refuse in any way to get your hands dirty, to live through the necessary struggles and fights. Raw existence is unbearable to you, and you strive to annihilate it by the most varied means, preferably sneaky and corrosive. To live to live is for you an absurdity without name. Unclassifiable, implacable, inhuman, frankness like lies are only decoys for you that you use and misuse at your leisure.

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English translation by Julien Rouger

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