Mars enters Pisces today (November 15th) at 5:20 PM EST. After a long, retrograde induced sojourn of Aquarius, Mars is finally moving on.
You may feel this shift more significantly than most Mars transits, because Mars has been spending so much time in one area of your chart (the Aquarius section, along with the very end of Capricorn).
Mars in Pisces is indirect action. It’s drifting rather than pushing. Allowing rather than initiating. You cannot force anything in Pisces, so Mars can be a bit uncomfortable here. But it’s also a nice way to end the year - things will happen as they’re meant to, and all you have to do is be open to that. Do what you can, and let the rest take care of itself. There may be a release as the tension of the past few months dissolves. Sometimes the most you can “do” is let go.
Mars in Pisces (your actions) creates ripples, but you will have minimal control over what they’ll hit. The best you can do is ensure that your initial motivations and intentions are healthy. This also means taking care of yourself, because when Pisces is activated there is an increased risk for vulnerability. Mars in Pisces can drift down some questionable paths.
This is an excellent transit for creative work, meditation, relaxation and healing. Good for dreaming and drinking, so keep an eye on the indulgences this holiday season - Mars in Pisces can take you too far, especially with the upcoming square to Jupiter.
Here are the aspects Mars in Pisces will make:
Nov 19th: square Jupiter in Sagittarius (2 deg)
Nov 25th: trine Ceres in Scorpio (5 deg)
Nov 26th: square Mercury Rx in Sagittarius (6 deg)
Nov 27th: sextile Saturn in Capricorn (7 deg)
Dec 2nd: square Sun in Sagittarius (10 deg)
Dec 5th: inconjunct Pallas in Libra (12 deg)
Dec 7th: conjunct Neptune (13 deg)
Dec 17th: sextile Pluto in Capricorn (20 deg)
Dec 17th: sextile Juno Rx in Taurus (20 deg)
Dec 27th: trine the North Node in Cancer (26 deg)
Dec 29th: conjunct Chiron (28 deg)
Dec 31st: Aries ingress