Mars/Uranus combines the bravery, athleticism, aggressiveness and anger of Mars with the freedom, eccentricity, and unexpectedness of Uranus:


The Mars/Uranus combination in the chart of actor Steve Martin can be seen in the following clip in which Martin plays a character who vents anger (Mars) in an unexpected (Uranus) situation: In the following clip Martin plays a Czechoslovakian man who aggressively and lustily (Mars) pursues sex in bizarre and funny (Uranus) style:


The highly energized combination of Mars and Uranus is common among street activists, risk takers, sexual liberators, and the need for speed of racers and adrenaline junkies. Mars and Uranus in aspect can manifest as an aggressive (Mars) form of rebellion (Uranus) or an active desire (Mars) for what is new, exciting, or progressive (Uranus). Jim Morrison is an exemplar of the alignment in his volatile rebellious attitude with the infamous lawsuit brought against him for shocking/surprising (Uranus) an audience with sexual (Mars) indecent exposure during a concert in Miami. The infamous act occurred along with the rebellious song “Five to One” with the lyrics:

 “The old get old
And the young get stronger
May take a week
And it may take longer
They got the guns
But we got the numbers
Gonna win, yeah
We're takin' over
Come on! ”


Mars/Uranus can be seen in the highly energized (Mars) improvisational and innovative (Uranus) comedy of Robin Williams known for his ability to passionately commit and embody (Mars) surprising shifts (Uranus) of character. The Mars/Uranus energy is also apparent in the jolting and innovative (Uranus) physicality (Mars) of Michael Jackson’s dance moves or the erratic (Uranus) physicality (Mars) of Michael Richards character Krammer on Seinfield. The aspect can be connected to sudden (Uranus) violent (Mars) events as seen in the charts of activist president John F Kennedy and his assassination, or the rebellious artist Frida Kahlo and her early life-changing car accident.


The Mars/Uranus in the chart of Che Guevara can be seen in the following quote: "The revolution is not an apple that falls when it is ripe. You have to make it fall."