Saturn Opposition Mars Synastry
part of Synastry
This aspect shows a Disharmonic influence, which means that it presents challenges, obstacles and differences. There is tension, friction or even mutual exclusivity. For some this might add interest and necessary dynamics, but for others it can be detrimental.
This aspect shows a Traumatic Influence, which means that it presents frustration, misunderstandings, conflicts, tensions that drain. These are hard to live with and tend to cause separation.
The weight of this aspect ranges from Relevant to Important depending on the orb. In exact orbis this aspect ranks on our importance scale in the second most important group of influences (from five) and is rated behind Very Important as an Important influence. However in most cases it's orb will be wider and it will be ranked as Relevant.
An Important influence forms the basic setup of a relationship, it is strongly felt and will be quick to manifest. These influences show where immediate sympathy or antipathy forms.
A Relevant influence is part of the basic setup of the relationship, it is often felt on it's own and frequently manifests in shared situations, but is seldomly capable to break or hold a relationship together on it's own.
To read more about Synastry Aspect Categories go here.
Key Features from our Relationship Horoscope Report:
The man restricts the woman's activities or efforts and therefore takes up a lot of the woman's energy.
Exceeding criticism of the man triggers the woman's aversion and causes her to direct her supressed anger to him.
He hurts the woman with his hard and negative attitude to her desires.
Mutual opposition is possibly rising.
More Saturn synastry aspects to Mars:
- Saturn Conjunction Mars
- Saturn Sextile Mars
- Saturn Trine Mars
- Saturn Square Mars
- All Saturn Influences
- All Synastry Aspects
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