Aries, Reese Witherspoon made her big screen impact in 2001 in the film “Legally Blonde.” Her career has soared ever since in films such as “Walk the Line,” “Rendition,” and “Monsters vs. Aliens.”
Aries is the sign of the go-getter. They sometimes rush in where angels fear to tread. Theirs is the sign of courage, confidence and competition. To amplify this energy, the Sun forms a square to Mars and an opposition to Pluto. This configuration is known as a T-square and can bring challenges to the individuals who have this influence. As the birth-time has not been confirmed we cannot use the Moon but what could be a Capricorn Moon would turn the T-square into a Grand Cross which would further enhance the challenges of the T-square.
To get a better understanding of the T-square, let’s break it down into three parts. The first is Sun square Mars. This aspect alone creates a dynamic, ambitious and passionate individual. This influence is increased as the Sun in Aries is square to its ruler, Mars. Mars, God of War, in ancient myth is in emotional Cancer, a sign it doesn’t fit well with. This creates even more friction and tension to what is already a challenging aspect.
The second part of this T-square is Sun opposite Pluto. The result of this combination can be someone who is a force to be reckoned with! Typically, the individual who has this aspect has a domineering personality and usually in a position of power. Those who were born with this aspect but do not use its gifts will project its influences onto others and it’s usually the negative traits rather than the positive – which are sometimes harder to find with the opposition.
The final part of this T-square is Mars square Pluto. This is one heck of an aspect and fortunately, in this case, it has a very wide orb of nine degrees. Individuals with this influence are extremely passionate with a driving ambition to match. If the energy of this aspect does not have a positive outlet then the individual may find themselves drawn to the seedy depths of life. Thankfully, for us all, this isn’t the case with Ms Witherspoon!