Mars Dominant

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Mars Dominant

a magnifying glass Key Phrases:

Assertive; passionate; competitive;

energetic; courageous; adventurous.


Those with a Dominant Mars possess a strong drive, initiative, and sense of adventure. They are assertive, competitive, and often display great courage in the face of adversity.

They are typically energetic, willing to take risks, and have a passion for pursuing their goals with vigor and determination. Mars Dominant individuals are often natural leaders with a pioneering spirit.

If the person's Mars is afflicted by harsh aspects, such as squares or oppositions, they may have a tendency to be aggressive, impulsive, or prone to conflicts.

Despite these potential challenges, Mars dominant individuals are typically very motivated, brave, and possess a strong drive to succeed. They are not afraid of challenges and have a knack for overcoming obstacles in their path.

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Mars rules over courage, energy, competition, assertiveness, and willpower. It also has dominion over occupations and fields related to conflict, competition, and physical activities.

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Financial Gain

Their assertive and competitive nature can lead them to successful careers in sports, the military, law enforcement, entrepreneurship, or any field requiring decisiveness, courage, and strong leadership.


Note: This description is intended for those who's Dominant Planet is vastly more powerful than their 2nd or 3rd most powerful Planets. A somewhat equally powerful Planet in one's chart can greatly negate most points made above.


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For more information on how we calculate Planet Dominance,

visit our Dominant Planets FAQ.


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Ben Baker, CEO

About the Author

Ben has practiced Astrology for over 35 years and is a certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapist (CBT) Practitioner.  Ben holds 11 patents for the core functions that all dating sites now use today.  See Ben's Bio for more info.