Righteous action. A lot of anger. Out of proportion anger. Out of proportion competitive drive. Running over the competition. Bulldozing the competition. Physical comedians. Rough housing. Foolhardiness. Crude behavior. Rude behavior. Enthusiasm. Fighting for beliefs. Fighting against religion. Religious zealots. Fighting on behalf of religion. Active faith. Putting energy into philosophy. Putting energy into religion. Overzealous. Fanatic. Too much anger. Energy overload. Burning yourself out. Overactive. Hyperactive. Hope in battle. Faith in combat. Acting on a feeling of being right. Self-righteous action. Arrogance. Acting on the need for expansion. Expanded vision that affects the ability to act, positively or negatively. Beliefs and philosophies that affect the ability to act, positively or negatively. The ability to fuse belief with action. Believing in what you do. Tendency to act impulsively. Enthusiasm for dangerous activities. Leaping into dangerous situations. Forthright assertions. Blunt assertions. Joyful action. Happy go lucky. Goofy energy.
Optimistic energy. Faith that things will work out. Believing in your ability to get things done. Acting on what you know to be true. Willingness to try anything once. Using force that is disproportionate to the situation. Jumping to action when opportunity knocks. The ability to act on lucky breaks. Taking advantage of opportunities. Making your own luck. Winning streaks. Gamblers. Ethical action. Putting energy into finding meaning. Putting energy into spreading your moral standpoint. Putting energy into spreading your philosophy. Missionaries. Belief that things can improve.
Enthusiasm for competition. Enjoyment of competition. Belief in a direct approach. No beating around the bush. Faith in taking the initiative. Enormous drive. Huge amplification of the natal Mars placement. The way that belief in yourself affects your ability to take action. Too much Mars. Wise force. Understanding the meaning of force. The philosophy of force. Assertive philosophies. Martial arts philosophies. Believing in physical strength. Might makes right. Desire for truth. Passion for truth. Passion for deeper meaning. Passion for knowledge. The physical pursuit of knowledge. Active explorers. Courageous journeys.
Anger surrounding higher education. Anger surrounding foreign travel and culture. Anger surrounding religion and belief systems. Acting with conscience. Acting in the name of a higher power. Desire for the good life. Doing what is necessary to have a life of ease. Desire for opulence. Taking the easy route. Having the courage of your convictions. Expecting that things will go according to plan. Philanthropy. Altruism. Having the faith that you can push forward through apparent setbacks. Tremendous capacity for self-assertion. Understanding how to act independently. Having faith in yourself. Making your own way. Feeling self-assured in your ability to accomplish what you set out to do. Keeping heart. Leaping before you look.