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The Square Aspect
The circle divided by four. 360°/4 = 90°
Planets in square aspect to one another are usually in the same mode.
Read The Modes at the Movies.
A disassociate square is found when the planets are in different modes.
For instance, the Sun at 29° Virgo and the Moon at 3° Cancer finds them still square but in different modes, the Sun in mutable and the Moon in the cardinal mode.
Square aspect meaning
Two planets in a square aspect face internal dilemmas.
It can be difficult to work with the energies for the individual.
The individual continuously attempts to address the issues but sometimes it is hard to define the actual conflict.
The square offers resistance between the two and tension is present.
It is an aspect of unease where on-going change and constant attention is required to the two planets involved by the person.
Squares with other planets
Sun squares create stress.
Moon squares feel difficult.
Mercury squares make indecisiveness.
Venus squares attract unease.
Mars squares add much tension.
Jupiter squares grow awkwardness.
Saturn squares severely restrict.
Uranus squares can be unpredictable.
Neptune squares create internal confusion.
Pluto squares can be very difficult to manage.
Other Major Aspects
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