Sun Opposite Uranus Natal and Transit

Sun Opposite Uranus TransitSun opposite Uranus natal can cause nervousness and tension which often arises from an unsettling upbringing full of change and uncertainty. The result can be a reactionary or rebellious nature, with a difficult polarity to overcome.

The need for independence and being able to make their own decisions in their own time can be at odds with their desire for a more stable environment and harmonious relationships. Being impulsive, outspoken, eccentric or abrupt means that they have to deal with the consequences, strong reactions from the people they upset. These negative reactions from others can also be due to egotism, or simply unorthodox self-expression.

Sun Opposite Uranus Celebrities

Australian astrologer Milton Black (0°27′) is credited with making uncannily accurate predictions about world politics and economics and has been a regular on Australian TV and radio for over 30 years. He has been known to be very boastful and some of his claims have been questioned by his peers, especially his claims in 2001 that his website received 56,000 hits per day, and that his clients numbered over 475,000. The criticism he received led him to state “I will personally pick you up from the airport in my latest model XJ8 Jaguar and you are quite welcome to stay with my wife and me in our enormous $1,000,000 plus home” [Astro Databank].

Country rocker Steve Earle (1°13′) had an unstable childhood, moving town often as his dad was an air traffic controller in the military. He has been married several times, twice to the same woman. Always politically outspoken, he has used his profile and his music to protest the Vietnam and Iraq wars, and the death penalty. He released an album in 2004 titled “The Revolution Starts Now.”

Scottish comedian Billy Connolly (1°24′) was abandoned by his mother at age four while his father was away in the army, later his father sexually abused him for five years. Billy blamed this on the Catholic Church not allowing his father to divorce his mother after she left. He has also been outspoken on political and social matters.

Sissy Spacek 0°09′, Tom Conti 1°25′, Frida Kahlo 2°45′.

Sun Opposite Uranus Transit

Sun opposite Uranus transit brings unexpected and exciting encounters or events that shake up your world. Adapting to any changes requires extra effort, and any excitement may leave your nerves frayed. These unexpected and quite possibly unwanted changes can manifest in yourself, through a partner, or through an external event. Although initially upsetting and you may resist any change, it may offer a better way forward for you if you keep an open mind.

You may anticipate something new on the horizon or feel nervous. Think about doing something out of the ordinary to satisfy your curiosity, otherwise, the electric and spontaneous energy may escape in a destructive way such as a minor accident.

Odd behavior or a radical about-face in someone close to you may cause anxiety too. They may be looking for more personal freedom and any resistance or dominance from you would further encourage any rebelliousness. Arguments or separation may result from impatience or unwillingness to adapt.

It is possible now that someone new may enter your life, cause havoc, then leave just as quickly as they came. They may seem peculiar or illicit an out of character response. If you don’t let your ego get the better of you, there will probably be something you don’t like about them that will actually be part of your behavior that needs changing.

This interpretation for Sun opposite Uranus transit can also be read for a Solar Eclipse and New Moon opposite Uranus.

Sun Opposite Uranus Dates

28 October 2019
31 October 2020
4 November 2021
9 November 2022
13 November 2023
16 November 2024
21 November 2025
25 November 2026

10 thoughts on “Sun Opposite Uranus Natal and Transit

  1. OK….natal Uranus conjunct Pluto, widely opposing a stellium of Sun conjunct Mars (combust), and Saturn conjunct Mars. All squared by my Moon. Put all this into a mutable T-square and yes, I can be rebellious, stubborn, highly reactive, extremely creative and intuitive. I don’t suffer fools – in particular those having no thought for anyone but themselves. I can be outspoken and often say what others would love to but don’t have the balls to. People on the receiving end may be offended or upset but it’s usually something they need to hear.
    I have a very impulsive side which I have learned to tame over the years. I like to do things my own way and I don’t like being part of the crowd.

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  3. I have this aspect: my sun is in taurus and the scorpio uranus is in the first house. moon in the ninth.

    so when I was nine years old my family moved from brooklyn to a native american reservation. and since i am white with ethnically curly hair that is also very red I kind of stood out.

    So yeah sometimes i have a little attitude, but it masks insight and sensitivity that would be less masked more if it was indicated by a trine. However, the opposition adds even more objectivity to the uranian energy, forcing an awareness of others.

    I am interested in “taurean uranians.” Freud had sun in taurus conjunct uranus. so is he a taurus or an aquarius?

  4. My mother has Sun in Libra opposite Uranus in Aries in a T-square with Saturn in Capricorn opposite Pluto in Cancer. Her Uranus is in her 5th House of creative expression and children. On the surface of things, my mother is not rebellious at all. She is a traditional, dutiful, stay-at-home housewife. Her Uranus is projected onto others. It is other people who suposedly rebel. She, suposedly, is the sweetest, nicest, most polite person in the world. Of course, this is not really true at all, but she can be extremely deceptive. She almost never yells or raises her voice. She is calm and contained in her manner and often very sweet and gentle. But man, oh man! she always insists on doing things her own way, no matter the danger or difficulty this causes others. She isn’t interested in anyone else’s point of view. She is completely at ease with simply refusing to listen. And she goes to bizzare lengths to provoke rebellion from her children. When I was growing up, I mostly escaped her attention, thank goodness, while feeling bad for my little sister who was her target. At present, I am a grown adult living with both of my parents, who are still married. I stay in the spare room with the washing machine and the computer. I have told my mother many, many times that it is no problem for her to use the washer or the computer. All she needs to do is come right in and use them. It doesn’t bother me. It doesn’t matter if I’m resting or seem to be sleeping. It doesn’t bother me. But this is too easy for her. She absolutely refuses to go along with my idea of how to do things! Oh no! She explains to me that she is very sensitive and extraordinarily considerate with a great need to be polite and thoughtful. Therefore, she needs to know when I will be out of the house so that she can put the laundry into the washer without disturbing me. But, of course, she can’t do anything according to anyone else’s scedule. She has to do things when she feels like it. So, she’ll greet me at the door, just as I’m coming home, with a sweet, “thoughtful” question, as to when I will go out again, as she has been intending to use the computer but hasn’t gotten around to it yet. She can use the computer whenever she wants to, I say, but this isn’t good enough for her. You might find this hard to believe, but she will often find me in another room so she can politely ask me if it is okay for her to start the washer. It doesn’t matter how many times I tell her she is free to go into my room whenever she wants, she insists on pestering me about this. Once, when she had laundry to do, I was sitting on my bed listening to a youtube video. She came in and asked me, “When will you be done with that?” I put my video on pause and asked, “What?” She explained that since she was too considerate to interfere with my video listening, she didn’t want to start the washer until I was done. When would I be done? I irritably told her to start the washer NOW! After months of this sort of treatment, I finally decided to completely stop talking to her. She never listens anyway. Yesterday, when transiting Uranus was opposite the transiting Sun, I was in the bathroom with the door shut, brushing my teeth. My mother knocked on the door. I figured it was her and went on brushing my teeth. After a minute, she knocked again. This time, I open the door and she asked me if I would be needing to rest in my room today. She needed to know because she had laundry to do and she couldn’t do it if I needed to rest. I shut the door again, without answering her. So, she went to complain to my father about me. My father attempted to bring peace to this discord by suggesting that maybe I could rest in my parents’ bedroom so as not to be disturbed by the washer. He knows darn well that I’m not disturbed by the washer. He just also knows that my mother always has to have her way. I got angry and gave him an earful about what a liar my moher is, how she is best buddies with the Devil, the Father of lies. He didn’t disagree with me. His only concern was how to placate her. I suggested we both just let her do what she wants while ignoring her. He was agreeable to this. We shook hands on it. Why, you might ask, do I share a house with my mother when she is so annoying? It is because I was severely abused by my father as a young child and my mother was the great cover-up artist. This resulted in tremendous confusion for me. When I was old enough, I moved as far away from my parents as I could, but remained confused as to what had happened in my childhood. Witnessing my mother’s bizzare behavior now, as an adult, is helping me to sort out my own inner mystery.

    • The Sabian Symbol for the New Moon — An airplane sails high in the clear sky. A consciousness able to transcend the conflicts and pressures of a personal life.

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