Red is a Mars color!
The home-field advantage
When Mars is in Aries, people are adventurous, pioneering, and assertive. Their attitudes are independent and aggressive. They show initiative, are competitive, and respond well to a direct approach. This energy is active, driven and self-promoting. It is very up-front and honest about its goals and desires ... and is willing to go directly after results.
There is emphasis on being confident, positive, and in control. Winning, making a good impression, and taking on the world are highlighted. People focus on taking care of Number One ... without much tact to ease the rough edges of this aggression.
Under stress, people are belligerent, contentious, disruptive, and rude. They pursue their desires and ambitions too forcefully, too impulsively, and with too much self-will and self-centeredness. This energy, when stressed, is irritable, temperamental, aggravating, arrogant, bossy, defiant, and uncooperative.
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