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“Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort.” Paul J. Meyer

This is a day when we may be able to make major inroads with respect to our “to-do lists,” as we not only have an efficient, hardworking Virgo Moon, we also have enterprising Mars, in adaptable Gemini, forming a harmonious trine to productive Saturn in balancing Libra. Saturn governs our sense of duty, self-discipline, and powers of concentration.

Too, Mars trine Saturn is not only an aspect of accomplishment, it can also serve to help stabilize our circumstances. Also, positive Mars-Saturn aspects often coincide with our being recognized for our past efforts (Saturn is linked with karma).

Accordingly, this may be an excellent day for us to detail our professional accomplishments with those who are higher up in the chain of command. Also, we may want to make known to these same individuals our long-term goals and ambitions. Saturn symbolizes persons in authority, as well as seniors. Saturn is also associated with tradition, and Mars-Saturn generally tends to favor using more conventional methods to getting ahead, although Mars in Gemini can also be very versatile and experimental, so we have a little bit of flexibility here.

Interestingly, it was announced today that the South Korean city of Pyeongchang will host the 2018 Winter Olympics, bringing the prestigious games to a new region of Asia. Mars is the planet that rules sports and athletics. Perhaps its placement in curious, inquisitive Gemini is why the traditional hierarchy of the Olympics Committee (denoted by Saturn) decided to go with something different here, on this Mars trine Saturn day. (From wsj.com)

Also, another possible manifestation of this same aspect: For the first time, President Obama (Saturn figure) started fielding questions on Twitter today from “Tweeps.” The pioneering Mars in Gemini (the sign of communication) trine to Saturn symbolizing here the “opening of new doors of communication” with a prominent authority figure (Saturn).

Famous people with Mars trine Saturn: Marilyn Monroe, Andy Griffith, Leonardo Da Vinci, Sinclair Lewis, Annie Lennox

Do you keep a daily “to-do list?” If so, do you reward yourself when you successfully complete what’s on that list?

Personal Note: Now that I have Mercury, Venus and the Sun transiting my 4th house of the home and family in Cancer, I get a chance to play the role of “doting aunt” for a while. Below is a link to “Buckman Film Academy,” which is my niece, Sarah Nagy’s, exclusive film school for children in Portland, Oregon. Sarah (a Leo Sun) is selling some of her original artwork on the site to raise some extra money. You can go to her site and then click on her “artwork for sale” page and see what she is offering.


Patrice Thompson

Copyright 2011

Source Notes:

People with Mars trine Saturn: http://www.cafeastrology.com/natal/marssaturnaspects.html

Meyer quote: http://thinkexist.com/quotations/productivity/

thistles: http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1321866


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