Pallas enters Aries on March 30th. Named after Pallas Athena (the warrior goddess) she is described in Asteroid Goddesses (Demetra George and Douglas Bloch) as woman's power in a mans' world. Androgynous, she emphasized her masculine side so she could compete with the "boys."
In Aries, the feminist fight may be more pronounced - the battle to assert ideas that don't fit with tradition, or the patriarchy. Winning strategies will be essential. This is not about nice-to-haves, or dreamy pictures. Pallas plays for keeps in Aries. Direct tactics will serve you better than hints or manipulation.
This transit can be about the birth of a new pattern- the urge to start something, based on your intuition. Logic will not be the driver, but passion or competition will. Strategies to address problems will be triggered by challenge. Are they saying no one has ever attempted this, and the odds are against you? This is what Pallas in Aries loves to hear. Aries is the pioneer, so we have the potential for something brand new. The desire for success will certainly be there, but the execution will be up to you.
Pallas enters Taurus on June 26th, 2017. She'll return to Aries in November, when she's Rx, and won't reenter Taurus until 2018. So there's an extended battle coming up.
- Jun 26th, 2017: Taurus ingress
- Sept 11th, 2017: stations Rx in Taurus (14 deg)
- Nov 15th, 2017: reenters Aries
- Dec 17th, 2017: stations direct in Aries (25 deg)
- Jan 19th, 2018: reenters Taurus