A Broad Overview Of Uranus In Aries

“Time waits for no man.”  This phrase describes Uranus in Aries for me. We can expect things to happen very quickly during this transit.  Lives will change in a blink and if you’re moving slow yourself, or slow to process, this will have no effect.

I don’t say that to terrify people. This possibility has always existed. How many tragic car accidents are planned?  This energy exists in nature, but with Uranus in Aries, we’re going to see more events like this, that effect more people.

As an example of this, consider Norwegian mass killer,  Anders Behring Breivik.  He went on an unexpected (Uranus) violent rampage, dressed as a policeman (Mars/Aries), killing 69 innocent people.

To fare well during this transit, you’ve got to align with this dynamic energy. Be ready to deal with fast change and while this may be offensive to some, it would not hurt you to also be ready to fight and compete, at the drop of a hat.

If that sounds awful, just think of the 69 people, most of them teenagers, who were killed by Breivik. Had someone been there, armed and ready to shoot, fifty lives may have been saved, maybe more.

With Uranus in Aries, we’ll see unexpected and shocking (Uranus) violence (Aries), but we’ll also see Mars energy be liberated as people, who didn’t know they had it in them, begin to act heroically.

Can you see signs of Uranus in Aries in your life?

 

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A Broad Overview Of Uranus In Aries — 24 Comments

  1. My taurus mars trapped in the 12th likes this, it finds hope in it. Thank you Elsa!

    “Mars energy be liberated as people, who didn’t know they had it in them, begin to act heroically”

  2. “Mars energy be liberated as people, who didn’t know they had it in them, begin to act heroically”

    Im sure there are many acts of courage happening all over the world, all the time, but here in the UK last night it was reported on national news of a man who dived into the water to save a child. The child survived but he unfortunately did not.

  3. I think this is only going to be strengthened by the Pluto Square too. If you are stuck, if you refuse to reform & reconstruct, you are going to get blasted out of your safety zone. Like it or not.

    I see all this as “MOVE!”, or die- whatever that death may be.

  4. @electric mind, same here aries moon 7th degree in the 4th. Looks like we’re moving sooner than we expected…
    Uranus also sextiles my Mercury in 6th. I’ve an urge to write and write and write, electrified mind too!

  5. This guy would be happy to see his face in this blog. They just heard his former friends as witnesses in the trial. One of them commented on how incredibly vain he was. He got a nose job in 1999 just to look “more Arian”.

  6. Elsa – I agree with the point you make here. I have already noticed how suddenly and violently some things are changing around me.

    I do have a request to make. Please would you consider removing the vile Breivek’s picture as the illustration and replace it with a montage of the people he killed. Under ordinary circumstances I would never interfere with what you write or how you present it on this, your, blog. But this man has killed so many who had done no wrong to anyone and so close to home that I am forced to ask. It really saddens me that he has killed so many innocents and yet it is his picture that is plastered here.

    Many thanks

  7. Yikes, Elsa.. Not to get all political about this, but the following statement really rubbed me the wrong way:

    “Had someone been there, armed and ready to shoot, fifty lives may have been saved, maybe more.”

    Even when there are shooting rampages in America, it’s not usually an armed citizen (or even law enforcement) that takes them down – it’s usually an act of suicide by the shooter himself.

    No need to advocate for the right to carry firearms here – the Norwegians didn’t react that way and I’m proud of them for not allowing fear to get the better of them. They responded with political grace and took the high road, and we could probably learn something from that.

    • This post was meant to be a broad interpretation of Uranus in Aries. I am not trying to run Norway, lol.

      I personally think the faster a person can get a bullet into the head of a person who is killing children, the better but I understand others see this differently

      My broad point here is we are going to see things happen very quickly and a person will be best off it that can act quickly. For example, if someone is shooting up the restaurant where you are eating lunch, don’t stare at them like a deer in headlights- get down!

      I am sorry I have antagonized people with this post. It was not deliberate.

  8. Elsa, You have not antagonized me. I think emotions are high – that is all – but this advice is timely. I needed it today. I do think the picture of the victims is a nice touch – effective. I am sure I am getting ready to get my keister kicked if I don’t get it in motion now…

    Dad was in the military. A lot of people died. He has Uranus square Pluto exact in his chart. I have had friends die.

    It is is awful when things go suddenly and without warning. In a permanent way. Certain patterns and signatures, it happens.

    Volatile is the word I think.

  9. “I personally think the faster a person can get a bullet into the head of a person who is killing children, the better but I understand others see this differently”

    I agree.

  10. My life is moving faster than a speeding bullet. In the past month, I have closed my business (hopefully temporarily), I lost in a primary election, my husband had surgery, and one of my children graduated school. In four days just last week, I sat next to my husband before, during and after he had brain surgery, I attended my youngest dance recital, and I went to my eldest out of town graduation, then helped her pack and move her apartment.

  11. @kathryn21 “Elsa, You have not antagonized me. I think emotions are high – that is all – but this advice is timely.”

    I agree with kathryn. The post is not antagonistic. The energy of Uranus in Aries is antagonistic, and the sooner people adjust to it, the better.

  12. “To fare well during this transit, you’ve got to align with this dynamic energy. Be ready to deal with fast change and while this may be offensive to some, it would not hurt you to also be ready to fight and compete, at the drop of a hat.”

    This is so dang true. The whole dynamic of the skies right now fascinates me. It’s like with the trek of Saturn we’ve learned who to commit to and where are our resources are. Now, we are going to know exactly who to align with and what we have to work with in order to move forward through these changes. Saturn’s move to Scorpio has me thinking discretion in all kinds of matters is going to be important..who can you trust? who can you really trust? Going to be important.

    Anyway, I got off topic. But, I’ve seen uranus in Aries play out exactly like you described already in my personal life and in the lives of others.

  13. Mar goes into my 12th house at the end of July. I can already tell it’s going to be painfully liberating

  14. Everywhere I see a sharp increase in the vector and velocity of people’s intersection with the unexpected and heretofor unimagined…things are extreme and the stakes are high.

    I’m a bit rattled because I’ve been feeling so dopey and at sea. Not on my A Game at all. Haven’t been able to shake it and that has me nervous. Now is not the time to be dull. 🙁

  15. Thank you for posting those photographs. I had never seen those people and I feel better for having taken the time to look at each of their faces and acknowledged them as fellow human beings.

  16. Thank you Elsa and thank you muhajir for putting it much more elegantly than I did! The Uranus/Pluto is getting me as we speak. Saturn is transiting on my Mars (24 degrees Libra) too, so major defense mechanisms are at play.

    I also like these young people remembered.

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