2015-09-21 Mars Sesquiquadrate Pluto

September 10, 2015 at 10:12 pm | Posted in 2015, Astrology, Higher Order Aspects, Predictions | 8 Comments
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2015-09-21 Mars Sesquiquadrate Pluto

Only a few days before the autumnal equinox, and a few after the events of September 17, 2015, Mars perfects a sesquiquadrate aspect to Pluto (Mars SSQ Pluto) on September 21st.  You will feel it before that, certainly by Sunday, September 20th.  This aspect provides an intense urge to “get things done,” sometimes panic, and sometimes even violence.

We present the chart, filtered for SSQ aspects:

2015-09-21 Mars SSQ Pluto

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If you can stay home and work alone, focusing your energies into completing a singular task, then do so.  Otherwise, still try to work alone if possible.  This is not a good day for interaction with others unless your job inherently involves conflict.

We do note a triangular pattern of 5th order harmonics (quintiles, biquintiles) involving asteroids.  This may be a good day for creative problem solving and thinking.

2015-09-21 Mars SSQ Pluto (5th Harmonic)

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Noteworthy are the aspects involving Hygeia (health and healthcare), Ceres (feast and famine), and Vesta (tradition).


  1. Awesome. Very concise and authoritative reading that one. It’s expression reflects the very nature of the things which it describes. Thank you for sharing!


    • It will be an interesting day, I have no doubt.

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