On October 31, Mars entered Leo. Ordinarily, a Mars transit in any particular sign would last about 45 days. However, in this instance Mars will be in Leo until June 20, approximately seven months.
Because Leo is a fiery sign, and Mars itself is a fiery planet, this is a potentially explosive situation - literally. Inevitably, during this period there will be a greater incidence of fire, explosions, earthquake, accidents; as well as the potential for violence, regarding revolts or protests of one kind or another. read more