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Complete Relationship Report

 

for

David & Victoria Beckham

 

 

by Astrolabe Inc.



 

Composite Chart Positions

 

                        Planet                              Sign                     Longitude                Declination

 

                  q    Sun                 is in      s    Taurus              4`   06'    07"         +15`    13'  00"

                  w   Moon             is in      b    Aquarius          13`   41'    47"          -15`    29'  00"

                  e    Mercury          is in      s    Taurus              2`   45'    22"         +20`    54'  00"

                  r     Venus             is in      s    Taurus              1`   13'    09"         +25`    17'  00"

                  t     Mars               is in      s    Taurus              6`   54'    17"           - 7`    04'  00"

                  y    Jupiter             is in      n    Pisces              24`   38'    31"          + 3`    09'  00"

                  u    Saturn             is in      f     Cancer             6`   57'    33"         +22`    33'  00"

                  i     Uranus            is in      z    Libra               27`   50'    20"          -10`    56'  00"

                  o    Neptune          is in      c    Sagittarius        10`   14'    03"          -20`    32'  00"

                  p    Pluto               is in      z    Libra                5`   57'    08"         +13`    03'  00"

                  l     N. Node         is in      c    Sagittarius        12`   13'    42"          -20`    36'  00"

                  $    Chiron            is in      a    Aries               22`   53'    03"         +10`    13'  00"

 


Composite Aspects

 

                  q    Sun              is    A   Conjunct             e    Mercury        The orb is  1` 21'

                  q    Sun              is    A   Conjunct             r     Venus            The orb is  2` 53'

                  q    Sun              is    A   Conjunct             t     Mars             The orb is  2` 48'

                  q    Sun              is    G   Sextile                 u    Saturn           The orb is  2` 51'

                  q    Sun              is    S   Opposite             i     Uranus          The orb is  6` 16'

                  q    Sun              is    V   Quincunx             p    Pluto             The orb is  1` 51'

 

                  w   Moon          is    G   Sextile                 o    Neptune        The orb is  3` 28'

                  w   Moon          is    G   Sextile                 l     N. Node       The orb is  1` 28'

 

                  e    Mercury       is    A   Conjunct             r     Venus            The orb is  1` 32'

                  e    Mercury       is    A   Conjunct             t     Mars             The orb is  4` 09'

                  e    Mercury       is    G   Sextile                 u    Saturn           The orb is  4` 12'

                  e    Mercury       is    S   Opposite             i     Uranus          The orb is  4` 55'

 

                  r     Venus          is    A   Conjunct             t     Mars             The orb is  5` 41'

                  r     Venus          is    S   Opposite             i     Uranus          The orb is  3` 23'

 

                  t     Mars            is    G   Sextile                 u    Saturn           The orb is  0` 03'

                  t     Mars            is    V   Quincunx             p    Pluto             The orb is  0` 57'

 

                  y    Jupiter          is    C   Semisextile          $    Chiron           The orb is  1` 45'

 

                  u    Saturn          is    D   Square                p    Pluto             The orb is  1` 00'

 

                  i     Uranus         is    Z    Semisquare          l     N. Node       The orb is  0` 37'

                  i     Uranus         is    S   Opposite             $    Chiron           The orb is  4` 57'

 

                  o    Neptune       is    G   Sextile                 p    Pluto             The orb is  4` 17'

                  o    Neptune       is    A   Conjunct             l     N. Node       The orb is  2` 00'


 

 

Composite Planets in Elements and Modes

 

 

Fire            : ol$                        Total = 3      Weighted Score = 1

Earth          : qert                       Total = 4      Weighted Score = 9

Air             : wip                        Total = 3      Weighted Score = 5

Water         : yu                          Total = 2      Weighted Score = 2

 

Cardinal     : uip$                      Total = 4      Weighted Score = 3

Fixed          : qwert                    Total = 5      Weighted Score = 12

Mutable      : yol                         Total = 3      Weighted Score = 2

 

 

Weights Used Above

 

 

Sun              = 3       Moon            = 3       Mercury       = 2       Venus          = 2

Mars            = 2       Jupiter           = 1       Saturn          = 1       Uranus         = 1

Neptune       = 1       Pluto             = 1       N. Node      = 0       Chiron         = 0

 


Synastry Aspects

 

                  q    Sun              is    C   Semisextile          e    Mercury        The orb is  1` 47'

                  q    Sun              is    G   Sextile                 r     Venus            The orb is  0` 17'

                  q    Sun              is    Z    Semisquare          t     Mars             The orb is  1` 55'

                  q    Sun              is    G   Sextile                 y    Jupiter           The orb is  2` 34'

                  q    Sun              is    V   Quincunx             o    Neptune        The orb is  2` 01'

 

                  w   Moon          is    D   Square                q    Sun               The orb is  4` 06'

                  w   Moon          is    V   Quincunx             u    Saturn           The orb is  1` 09'

                  w   Moon          is    D   Square                i     Uranus          The orb is  5` 19'

                  w   Moon          is    F    Trine                   p    Pluto             The orb is  3` 52'

 

                  e    Mercury       is    C   Semisextile          q    Sun               The orb is  0` 54'

                  e    Mercury       is    D   Square                w   Moon            The orb is  0` 22'

                  e    Mercury       is    Z    Semisquare          e    Mercury        The orb is  1` 30'

                  e    Mercury       is    V   Quincunx             i     Uranus          The orb is  0` 18'

 

                  r     Venus          is    F    Trine                   w   Moon            The orb is  4` 57'

                  r     Venus          is    F    Trine                   i     Uranus          The orb is  4` 17'

                  r     Venus          is    S   Opposite             l     N. Node       The orb is  0` 52'

                  r     Venus          is    G   Sextile                 $    Chiron           The orb is  0` 41'

 

                  t     Mars            is    A   Conjunct             r     Venus            The orb is  4` 36'

 

                  y    Jupiter          is    Z    Semisquare          w   Moon            The orb is  0` 49'

                  y    Jupiter          is    A   Conjunct             e    Mercury        The orb is  1` 03'

                  y    Jupiter          is    C   Semisextile          r     Venus            The orb is  0` 27'

                  y    Jupiter          is    C   Semisextile          y    Jupiter           The orb is  1` 50'

                  y    Jupiter          is    F    Trine                   o    Neptune        The orb is  1` 17'

                  y    Jupiter          is    S   Opposite             p    Pluto             The orb is  5` 40'

 

                  u    Saturn          is    D   Square                e    Mercury        The orb is  4` 33'

                  u    Saturn          is    F    Trine                   r     Venus            The orb is  3` 02'

                  u    Saturn          is    F    Trine                   y    Jupiter           The orb is  5` 20'

 

                  i     Uranus         is    S   Opposite             q    Sun               The orb is  3` 04'

                  i     Uranus         is    F    Trine                   w   Moon            The orb is  3` 36'

                  i     Uranus         is    F    Trine                   t     Mars             The orb is  1` 47'

                  i     Uranus         is    F    Trine                   u    Saturn           The orb is  0` 07'

                  i     Uranus         is    A   Conjunct             i     Uranus          The orb is  4` 16'

 

                  o    Neptune       is    X   Sesquiquadrate    q    Sun               The orb is  0` 43'

                  o    Neptune       is    F    Trine                   e    Mercury        The orb is  1` 41'

                  o    Neptune       is    D   Square                r     Venus            The orb is  0` 11'

                  o    Neptune       is    D   Square                y    Jupiter           The orb is  2` 28'

                  o    Neptune       is    Z    Semisquare          i     Uranus          The orb is  0` 30'

                  o    Neptune       is    A   Conjunct             o    Neptune        The orb is  1` 55'

 

                  p    Pluto            is    S   Opposite             e    Mercury        The orb is  2` 29'

                  p    Pluto            is    V   Quincunx             y    Jupiter           The orb is  1` 43'

                  p    Pluto            is    G   Sextile                 o    Neptune        The orb is  2` 15'

                  p    Pluto            is    A   Conjunct             p    Pluto             The orb is  2` 08'

 

                  l     N. Node      is    D   Square                w   Moon            The orb is  5` 48'

                  l     N. Node      is    G   Sextile                 p    Pluto             The orb is  2` 43'

 

                  $    Chiron         is    A   Conjunct             q    Sun               The orb is  1` 54'

                  $    Chiron         is    G   Sextile                 w   Moon            The orb is  1` 21'

                  $    Chiron         is    Z    Semisquare          r     Venus            The orb is  1` 00'

                  $    Chiron         is    G   Sextile                 t     Mars             The orb is  3` 11'

                  $    Chiron         is    Z    Semisquare          y    Jupiter           The orb is  1` 18'

                  $    Chiron         is    G   Sextile                 u    Saturn           The orb is  4` 51'

                  $    Chiron         is    S   Opposite             i     Uranus          The orb is  0` 41'

                  $    Chiron         is    X   Sesquiquadrate    o    Neptune        The orb is  0` 45'

                  $    Chiron         is    F    Trine                   l     N. Node       The orb is  2` 44'

                  $    Chiron         is    A   Conjunct             $    Chiron           The orb is  4` 16'


 


A Comparison of Your Charts

This astrological report looks at your birth charts to see how the two of you will tend to interact in dating, a love affair, or -- especially -- in a long-term partnership like marriage. Its aim is to make you more conscious of what’s really going on between you. As you read, you’ll get a better appreciation of what each of you wants and needs when you pair off with someone else. Regarding your relationship with this particular partner, you’ll see strengths that you can cultivate, and also learn about the possible problems that could get in the way of your happiness.

 

If you read about problems, don’t worry. Almost every astrological combination has both positive and negative possibilities. You’ll read about the ways people tend to misuse various astrological combinations, but you may never experience these negative sides. Much depends on other things in your chart and on the way you’re handling what’s been given to you.

 

The important thing is to be aware of your choices. As you read, you’ll see that when faced with virtually any so-called problem between the two of you, you can choose a desirable or an undesirable way to act. This report will try to show you where the problem is coming from, and suggest constructive things that you can do. It will also alert you to the strengths that you can build upon to create an increasingly strong and satisfying relationship.


In this report you’ll find sections on:

ó Your Styles of Relating. We’ll first look at each of you as individuals. We’ll start with your basic personality type, and then look more closely at your needs and attitudes regarding romance, partnership and sex. Your section is addressed to you as an individual, but if your partner also reads it, he or she may better understand your overall approach to life and the way you go about relating to people.

ó How You See Each Other. For each of you, we’ll explore how the way you see your partner is shaped by the lens of your own horoscope.

ó The Dynamics between You. Here we’ll look at the kinds of dramas that tend to occur when the two of you are together. The aspects that link a point in your chart to a point in your partner’s chart will show both the assets and the potential problems in your relationship.

ó The Chart of the Relationship Itself. Finally, we’ll analyze the relationship itself by combining the birth charts of each of you into a single “composite chart.” When your relationship is well established, the composite chart shows how you as a couple approach the rest of the world, and how you’re viewed as a result of being together.


David Beckham

 

David Beckham's Chart Positions

 

                        Planet                              Sign                     Longitude                Declination

 

            q          Sun      is in      s          Taurus  11`       17'       17"       +15`     13'       00"

            w         Moon   is in      b          Aquarius           1`        01'       05"       -15`     29'       00"

            e          Mercury           is in      s          Taurus  26`       00'       28"       +20`     54'       00"

            r           Venus   is in      d          Gemini  21`       25'       32"       +25`     17'       00"

            t           Mars    is in      n          Pisces   15`       36'       39"       - 7`      04'       00"

            y          Jupiter  is in      a          Aries    10`       33'       25"       + 3`      09'       00"

            u          Saturn  is in      f           Cancer 14`       03'       08"       +22`     33'       00"

            i           Uranus is in      z          Libra    29`       58'       34"       -10`     56'       00"

            o          Neptune           is in      c          Sagittarius         11`       11'       44"       -20`     32'       00"

            p          Pluto    is in      z          Libra    7`        01'       01"       +13`     03'       00"

            l           N. Node          is in      c          Sagittarius         2`        10'       01"       -20`     36'       00"

            $          Chiron  is in      a          Aries    25`       01'       09"       +10`     13'       00"

 


 


For David: Your Style of Relating

To find someone who’s right for you and then form a happy and lasting relationship, you first need to have a sense of who you really are and what you need and want. A look at your own birth chart will show where your strengths are and what you tend to lack. It can give you perspective on your own nature, helping you to make allowances for the blind spots that can harm your interactions with others. It can also give clues about what sort of love partner would make you feel most happy and complete.


Your Basic Character


You have few or no planets in Fire signs or houses.

The overall lack of Fire symbolism in your chart indicates that it may not be easy for you to take the initiative, or to show your enthusiasm and excitement. To awaken your zest for life and get you started, you may need someone to light a fire under you. However, you need someone who can give you a gentle nudge without being overly aggressive. People who are too energetic or assertive may make you feel uncomfortable. On the other hand, those who are too passive may not help you to improve your state of mind and accomplish your goals. Just a little nudge will do.


You have few or no planets in Water signs or houses.

An overall lack of Water symbolism in your chart suggests that you seldom rely on your intuition to guide you through life. Also, because you don’t easily express emotion, you may not seem very sensitive to others. Contrary to popular belief, however, you do have feelings. You just don’t have universal compassion, nor are you comfortable in emotional situations. Therefore, emotional outbursts are not the way to reach you. In fact, if someone tries to get your attention with tears or anger, you’ll quickly turn off. If you pick a compassionate partner, you may have to tolerate a little demonstrativeness, but you also may learn to express your own feelings better.


Cardinal, Fixed and Mutable modes are quite evenly balanced.

Having a fairly equal distribution of planets in Cardinal, Fixed and Mutable signs gives you a useful ability to suit your mode of action to the situation. When appropriate, you can behave in a Cardinal manner, leaping in to intervene directly. At other times, you can use the Fixed symbolism of your chart to be firm, stand your ground, and preserve what is valuable. And in yet others, you can draw upon your Mutable strengths to be agile and adaptable, quickly shifting as the circumstances require. Overall, this helps you to adapt to whatever challenges your relationship presents. You may, however, need to make an effort to be understanding if you find your partner getting stuck in one mode.


Dating and Romance

To take a look at your specific approach to romance, partnership and sex, we’re now going to look at the houses that govern these areas in your chart. These houses describe both what you have to give to a relationship, and also what you probably want from your partner.

 

Relationships start with a period when you’re checking each other out, and aren’t yet really committed. This stage is covered by your Fifth House, which also has to do with amusements and self-expression. In a romance, the Fifth House shows how you wine and dine each other in the dating stage. Having fun together in a romantic setting helps you to get the relationship off the ground.

 

When you’re married, this area of your chart turns into the place where you refresh and renew both yourself and your relationship. To keep the spark glowing, it’s a good idea periodically to let go of your duties, play, be romantic and even a bit outrageous. If you neglect this essential human need, it can be filled by romances outside of marriage, risky activities like gambling, or escapes like drinking or drugs, which are other less satisfactory ways that this house can find expression. For longevity and happiness in any relationship, you need to keep the fun, romance and playful element alive.

 

On a deeper level, the Fifth House is where you come to establish yourself as an individual. Through being brave and taking risks, through finding what activities and people make you happy, through games and role-playing, and through expressing yourself (all Fifth-House activities), you come to know who you really are. Only after you’ve done this are you really ready to commit yourself to a Seventh-House relationship such as marriage.

 

Each house brings in a variety of symbolic themes, as shown by the sign on the beginning or cusp of the house, other signs falling within the house, planets within the house, and the planet that traditionally “rules” the sign on the cusp. For your relationship to find its fullest expression, it’s important that, in your interactions together, both of you try to express as many of the following themes as possible.


Virgo is on your Fifth-House cusp.

Discriminating in your choice romantic partners, you could at first require that they fulfill a list of clearly defined requirements, or that there be good reasons for your union. You may initially come together for practical purposes, or later on you may find that tackling real- world problems together is both fun and a great way to get to know each other. For you, doing the dishes or laundry, or making something together, could actually further your romance. You also might enjoy tackling issues of health, fitness, labor, or the environment, or (perhaps most satisfying) banding together to help someone else.

 

Such a courtship can provide great practice for handling the inevitable nitty-gritty that comes in any permanent relationship. However, there is time for that later, and for some kinds of partner all that practicality at this point could feel a bit dull. For both of you, when you’re courting (and, for that matter, throughout your relationship) it’s a good idea to reserve time now and then just to have fun together.


Libra is within the Fifth House.

Among your stringent Virgo requirements for a romantic partner are a certain amount of attractiveness and charm, or a strong desire to please. Your idea of romance is likely to be with someone who can make pleasant conversation and with whom you can enjoy other social contacts. Also, now and then, hearts and flowers would not be amiss.

 

Once your partner passes the test, you commit strongly so that even a rather casual relationship can take on a married quality. When you spend your leisure hours together working on projects, doing practical tasks or being of service, what you’re really doing is learning to work as a team, in the way that married folk are supposed to. Working together gives you a chance to iron out differences and balance your partner’s interests with your own. If disputes arise, you’ll fight fairly and expect your partner to do the same.


Mercury, the ruler of your Fifth House, is in the First

The planet that’s traditionally associated with the sign on the Fifth-House cusp brings in additional considerations. Placed in the First House, it means that in romantic situations you tend to concentrate on your own needs and personal gratification. It is also important for you to maintain your own identity. This doesn’t mean that you ignore what your partner wants, but in order to assure that your own needs are met as well, you may take the lead in the relationship. You will not bend to the will of your partner, and compromise doesn’t come easily. However, if you’re appreciated and your partner seems to be thinking of you first, you might both be surprised at how agreeable you can be.


You don’t have any planets in your Fifth House. All this means is that dating and romance may take a less crucial role in your life than they might for someone else. The good thing is that your requirements are less specific, so that you can select from a wider range of potential playmates.


Becoming Partners

The Seventh House is traditionally the house of marriage. It covers any relationship in which you pick one partner, face each other directly, and work out a relationship of equals that will endure over time. The Seventh also signifies any relationship where you confront each other one-on-one or where you’re yoked together and asked to pull as a team.

 

To do this successfully, you need to adjust your own energies so that they find a balance with your partner’s, and neither person is dominated by the other. This means finding the right balance between self-assertion and compromise. To achieve happiness together, you need to deal with differences and resolve power struggles in a way that respects the rights and individuality of you both. Open communication is essential. There can be battles along the way, but the goal is an enduring relationship in which the two of you know each other thoroughly, each get your fair share, and develop mutual trust and respect.


Scorpio is on your Seventh-House cusp.

Your intimate relationships are deep and intense. Your partners will never be shallow. You find it intriguing to get involved with those who have an air of mystery about them, so that you can probe and ferret out the truth about them. If you can’t pry information out of your partner, or if you yourself keep secrets in the relationship, this may arouse suspicion in the other and lead to jealousy and possessiveness. To instill the positive Scorpio attributes of security and trust, discuss your problems with each other as you would with a therapist. Or better yet, when problems arise between you, clear the air by seeking the help of a professional or some other objective third party.


Sagittarius is within the Seventh House.

Additionally, you want a partner who can help you to develop as an individual. Therefore, you’re drawn to those who are intelligent and have information to impart. You would also like to help your partner to grow. If you spend too much time with your partner, however, you could become bored with each other. In order for you each to have something to give to the other, you have to work on your personal development outside of the relationship. Then you can get together to share.


Mars, the ruler of your Seventh House, is in the Eleventh

In your chart the planet that’s traditionally associated with the sign on your Seventh-House cusp is placed in the Eleventh House. This suggests that you could select your marriage partner from your circle of friends or from a club or group that you belong to. In your life together you may continue to entertain friends and pursue your interests with others. You tend to think of marriage more as a relationship of pals than of lovers, and in your married life you expect conversation and mental stimulation to be an important medium of exchange. A partner who is too emotionally demonstrative could scare you. Fortunately, you’re probably good at using rational discussion to solve your differences. Using your openness and good humor is an effective way to keep resentments from festering.


Every planet that a person has in the Seventh House would indicate at least one additional requirement for them in a close one-to-one relationship. You have no planets here, however. For you, close partnerships may not be the all-consuming concern that they might be to someone who has a full Seventh House. This means that you could actually have an easier time finding a marriage partner. Your requirements in a partner are apt to be looser, and so you can be open to a greater variety of people.


Entwining Souls

Ideally, in the Fifth House you gained a sense of who you are and who you want, and in the Seventh you learned how to enter into a partnership without sacrificing your individuality. In the Eighth House you’re called upon to surrender that self so as to merge with your partner fully.

 

This surrender commonly takes the form of sex, but it can be other forms of deep involvement as well. On a material level, it can mean pooling your possessions and finances. Essentially, this house is where you loosen your grasp on what you once thought necessary, and in doing so, merge into a deeper and larger self that goes beyond your own individuality.

 

The Seventh House allowed you to work out power struggles through open communication and adherence to the rules of fairness. Eighth- House power struggles are sneakier because they arise from unconscious depths. They often result in an attempt to force surrender rather than allow the other person to render it up freely. To resolve these struggles, you need to open yourself to your own deepest emotions and those of your partner. When emotion is respected and given its due in a non-violent way, Eighth-House struggles can eventually lead to relationships of enormous tenderness and depth.

 

Regarding sex, most people have more than one sign influencing their Eighth House, and many also have one or more planets in the Eighth. This multiplies possible avenues for sexual expression. Finding ways to combine all these energies can lead to the kind of sex that most satisfies you.


Sagittarius is on your Eighth-House cusp.

You don’t want to be tied down to a specific routine in sexual activities. Instead, you want to be free to explore and have new experiences. You will probably be attracted to someone who has either physical prowess or a good mind, or preferably both. But most appealing is a sexual partner who can in some way broaden your knowledge or be adventurous enough to explore and learn with you. If your sex life becomes too predictable, your attention may wander. Instilling new excitement into your present relationship can bring back the spark and help you to avoid the complications of outside affairs.


Capricorn is within the Eighth House.

As a sexual relationship continues, you may look to it for a sense of security. You could also sometimes view it as a duty, which could interfere with your pleasure. However, looking at sex as a challenging pinnacle to scale is also in keeping with your nature, and it’ll probably make sex much more fun for you. Use your considerable endurance to practice and improve, and you’ll then have a sense of accomplishment as well as feel more secure and satisfied.


Jupiter, the ruler of your Eighth House, is in the Eleventh

The placement of your Eighth-House ruler in the Eleventh House suggests that your sexual requirements also include conversation, sociability, companionship and the life of the mind. Banter and witty double entendre could be part of the fun. Sex is all the better for you when you have a partner who is amusing or intellectually stimulating. You may like a partner who can converse easily not only with you but also on the social scene. Because a partner’s limited social skills or intellectual capacity could quickly interfere with the sexual part of your relationship, you’d be wise to socialize with someone for a while before you get sexually involved. If you’re already involved and seem to be losing interest in your partner, go to a few parties together, or attend classes or lectures that will spark discussion between you. This could well rekindle the flame.


Because you have no planets in your Eighth House, your requirements for sex and deep emotional bonding are simpler than they might be. If one or more of your partner’s planets falls into your Eighth, however, it can add some different themes as well as additional energy to your sex life.


How You See Victoria

No matter how objective you think you are, the way you see others is always affected by your own necessarily limited point of view. Becoming conscious of your own possible biases in viewing your partner can often be very helpful in in overcoming misunderstandings and in avoiding thwarted expectations.

 

One of the main things that will describe your own personal way of seeing Victoria is the way her planets fall into the houses in your own chart. The houses show how the heavens looked from the spot on earth where you were born. Not only do they provide the framework through which you experience your own planets, they also provide the structure through which you’ll view Victoria’s planets as well.

 

When one of Victoria’s planets falls into a particular house in your chart, you will tend to associate her expression of that planetary energy with the department of life represented by that house. This may or may not agree with how she views that planetary energy in herself.

 

Looking at it another way, you could think of Victoria’s planets as “lighting up” your houses, bringing additional energy to the areas of life that those houses deal with. By filling in the empty houses in your chart, she may make you feel more complete. By adding planets to your already-filled houses, she can further emphasize those areas of existence. By adding different planets to a house, she can introduce new possibilities into those areas of your life. Besides suggesting how you will experience Victoria and how you will feel about her, looking at her planets will suggest the functions that Victoria will tend to take on in your total scheme of things.

 

Houses, of course, divide the chart into twelve specific areas. Before getting into that much detail, we can check out your overall perception of Victoria simply by the way her planets are clustered in the main areas of your chart.
The fact that Victoria’s planets fall mostly into the left-hand side of your chart suggests that, no matter what she’s really like, you tend to put her into the role of the initiator. She may in fact have a natural tendency to take the lead (especially if most of her planets fall into the left-hand side of her own chart, or she has a lot of planets in Fire or Cardinal signs). If so, you could be delighted to have a partner who takes charge. On the other hand, if you have a strong need to do some of the initiating yourself, you could get into conflicts about who is going to lead. If this happens, try to work out some rules by which the two of you take turns being the one who takes the initiative.

 

Alternatively, it’s possible that, despite what you expect her to be, Victoria actually tends to be a responder in most situations. (This would be true especially if her planets were mainly placed in the opposite half of her own chart, or were chiefly in Fixed or Mutable signs.) Your assumption that Victoria is good at doing something that’s not really one of her dominant skills may well inspire her to develop this recessive part of herself. Then, through her relationship with you, she may come to feel more rounded and complete. But if you have overly high expectations about her initiating abilities, the results may fall short of what you want. In this case, instead of feeling that it’s her fault that you never do anything as a couple, it would be best if you accepted her basic character and, at least some of the time, seized the initiative yourself.
With Victoria’s planets being balanced fairly equally above and below your horizon, you’ll probably see her as sometimes being socially oriented, adjusting to the world and needing its approval, and at other times wanting to be alone, being introspective and caring more about self-approval or personal gratification than public opinion. If you view this as inconsistency, you could consider the situation impossible, and just complain about your partner’s attitudes instead of trying to influence them. If you see it as flexibility, you’ll then try various approaches to influencing her attitudes, and you will eventually succeed.


How Victoria Affects Specific Areas of Your Life

For more detailed information, let’s now look at specific planets in specific houses. The houses that will probably be most important in forming your view of Victoria are those that contain her Sun and Moon.


Victoria Beckham

 

Victoria Beckham's Chart Positions

 

                        Planet                              Sign                     Longitude                Declination

 

            q          Sun      is in      a          Aries    26`       54'       56"       +10`     23'       00"

            w         Moon   is in      b          Aquarius           26`       22'       29"       - 8`      21'       00"

            e          Mercury           is in      a          Aries    9`        30'       16"       + 1`      39'       00"

            r           Venus   is in      n          Pisces   11`       00'       46"       - 7`      31'       00"

            t           Mars    is in      d          Gemini  28`       11'       55"       +24`     58'       00"

            y          Jupiter  is in      n          Pisces   8`        43'       37"       - 9`      07'       00"

            u          Saturn  is in      d          Gemini  29`       51'       57"       +22`     43'       00"

            i           Uranus is in      z          Libra    25`       42'       06"       - 9`      22'       00"

            o          Neptune           is in      c          Sagittarius         9`        16'       21"       -20`     14'       00"

            p          Pluto    is in      z          Libra    4`        53'       15"       +13`     46'       00"

            l           N. Node          is in      c          Sagittarius         22`       17'       22"       -23`     13'       00"

            $          Chiron  is in      a          Aries    20`       44'       57"       + 9`      01'       00"

 


 


For Victoria: Your Style of Relating

To figure out your own personal relationship needs, we’re first going to look at your basic personality type with both its strengths and its weak points. This can show what you have to contribute, and what you need from someone else. The better you know your own nature, the more successful you’ll be in your relationships. You can more easily make allowances for your own blind spots, and you can more consciously select a partner who will bring you happiness.


Your Basic Character


You have few or no planets in Earth signs or houses.

An overall lack of the Earth element in your horoscope suggests that you are either impractical or not very interested in the material world. Thus you may be bored by down-to-earth details, or not able to handle them. In either case, it’s helpful to have someone who can take care of the details for you. A partner who is too earthbound could be tiresome, but you, with your lack of Earth, may be able to add a spark of inspiration. Anyway, try to be grateful for your partner’s diligence, which allows you to feel less burdened.


You have few or no planets in Water signs or houses.

An overall lack of Water symbolism in your chart suggests that you seldom rely on your intuition to guide you through life. Also, because you don’t easily express emotion, you may not seem very sensitive to others. Contrary to popular belief, however, you do have feelings. You just don’t have universal compassion, nor are you comfortable in emotional situations. Therefore, emotional outbursts are not the way to reach you. In fact, if someone tries to get your attention with tears or anger, you’ll quickly turn off. If you pick a compassionate partner, you may have to tolerate a little demonstrativeness, but you also may learn to express your own feelings better.


You have few planets in Fixed signs or houses.

You may not always follow through to the bitter end, and you could be accused of being undirected. If you look too far ahead, you could feel so overwhelmed that you either stop what you’re doing or never begin. One way to ensure completion is to concentrate on the task at hand. It’s also good to have a partner who will help you to focus and to finish what you start.

 

If all else fails, and your critics become extremely vocal, point out how agreeable you are. Remind them that you’re either puttering around on your own (Cardinal) or going along with their ideas (Mutable), or possibly both.


Dating and Romance

To see what you specifically want and need in romance, partnership and sex, we’re now going to look at these areas of your chart in detail.

 

We’ll start where relationships begin -- in the house of courtship, love affairs and romance. This is the Fifth House, which, interestingly, is also associated with risk-taking. Not surprising when you consider that romance is often where you have to take the plunge and throw yourself open to chance! Will Mr./Ms. Right cross your path at the mixer dance or singles bar? Will you gather your courage to ask someone out on a date? Will that blind date be a delight or a disaster? This is just part of the reason that the Fifth is the place where love relationships begin.

 

Once you’ve started to date, the Fifth House’s recreational side emerges. Fifth-House activities like dinner out, plays and movies, museums and sports provide a pleasurable atmosphere to encourage a budding acquaintance to flower into something more. Sometimes called the house of self-expression, the Fifth also rules self-display, as you each put on your finest feathers to attract the other. Dating in the Fifth leads to marriage in the Seventh House and sex in the Eighth, and then the cycle begins again with children, which are also shown by the Fifth House and its association with self-expression and play.

 

There are a number of different signs and planets associated with your relationship houses, and each of these contributes its own symbolic themes to that area of your life. The more that you both try to express the various qualities that are symbolized in these key relationship areas of your charts, the happier and more complete your relationship is likely to feel.


The sign Leo is on your Fifth-House cusp.

For you, courtship requires drama and romance, and you love the extravagant gesture. You need at least one of you (and maybe even both of you) to be up on a pedestal being adored. A date or a romantic involvement is an occasion when you like really to express yourself, put on your special finery, and celebrate. For you more than for most, dating is likely to involve dining and dancing, taking in a sporting event, movie, or other spectacle, playing with children, or acting like children yourselves. In fact, you may find that being playful and creative is one of the most delightful and satisfying ways you get to know each other.


Virgo is within the Fifth House.

At some point, however, it feels good to get down-to-earth and practical. When you’re in a romantic relationship, you can make even the most mundane tasks seem like play. At a certain stage you also realize that having fun is actually good for you, so that the sheer enjoyment of moving your body turns into an interest in fitness, or you start realizing that pleasure benefits your mental and physical health. At this stage of your romance you may start to do things together for fun and profit, or you may turn doing practical tasks for each other or someone else into an occasion for enjoyment.

 

If you’ve put each other on too high a pedestal, your adoration could eventually turn critical. It may be that some realism about each other will eventually help your relationship. If, instead, it just seems as if all the fun has gone away, it should be fairly easy for you to lighten up and go back to your usual attitude toward romances, in which nothing can be taken too seriously because it’s all basically a game. Turning criticism into playful banter can do much to keep things in proportion.


The Sun, the ruler of your Fifth House, is in the First

The planet that’s traditionally associated with the sign on the Fifth-House cusp brings in additional considerations. Placed in the First House, it means that in romantic situations you tend to concentrate on your own needs and personal gratification. It is also important for you to maintain your own identity. This doesn’t mean that you ignore what your partner wants, but in order to assure that your own needs are met as well, you may take the lead in the relationship. You will not bend to the will of your partner, and compromise doesn’t come easily. However, if you’re appreciated and your partner seems to be thinking of you first, you might both be surprised at how agreeable you can be.


You don’t have any planets in your Fifth House. All this means is that dating and romance may take a less crucial role in your life than they might for someone else. The good thing is that your requirements are less specific, so that you can select from a wider range of potential playmates.


Becoming Partners

Through the pleasures, risk-taking and self-expression signified by the Fifth House, you gain a sense of your own individuality and develop a robust identity of your own. You need this before you can have the true relationship of equals that is the essence of the Seventh House.

 

Traditionally the house of marriage, Seventh House signifies the way you make a serious commitment to another, and the way that your commitment is recognized in the social sphere beyond your relationship. Even when your relationship doesn’t result in marriage, this is the house where you learn to blend your individualities without submerging them, and, for better or for worse, to deal as a team with the ups and downs of life. It’s also the place of head-to-head confrontations, where you encounter both your similarities and your differences, and you each negotiate your fair share in disputes.


Libra is on your Seventh-House cusp.

You want a partner who’s your equal, and with whom you can totally share your life. Most likely this person will be charming and attractive. You also need peace and harmony in your partnerships, and so you’ll probably bend over backwards to please. But no matter how much you crave equality, and no matter how much you share and give, you cannot create a partner who is your clone. Nor are you capable of duplicating all of your partner’s behavior and attitudes. Differences of opinion, therefore, are apt to arise. These can lead to disagreements that you’ll find unpleasant. In order to re-establish serenity, you might employ the subtle art of manipulation, but you probably can both be diplomatic in a close one-to-one relationship. Therefore, you might find it ultimately more satisfying if you openly negotiate.


Scorpio is within the Seventh House.

Your intimate relationships also require a certain degree of depth and intensity. Chances are, the partner you choose will not be shallow. You find it intriguing to get involved with those who have an air of mystery about them, so that you can probe and ferret out the truth about them. If you can’t pry information out of your partner, or if you yourself keep secrets in the relationship, this may arouse suspicion in the other and lead to jealousy and possessiveness. To instill the positive Scorpio traits of security and trust, discuss your problems with each other as you would with a therapist. Or better yet, when problems arise between you, clear the air by seeking the help of a professional or some other objective third party.


Venus, the ruler of your Seventh House, is in the Eleventh

In your chart the planet that’s traditionally associated with the sign on your Seventh-House cusp is placed in the Eleventh House. This suggests that you could select your marriage partner from your circle of friends or from a club or group that you belong to. In your life together you may continue to entertain friends and pursue your interests with others. You tend to think of marriage more as a relationship of pals than of lovers, and in your married life you expect conversation and mental stimulation to be an important medium of exchange. A partner who is too emotionally demonstrative could scare you. Fortunately, you’re probably good at using rational discussion to solve your differences. Using your openness and good humor is an effective way to keep resentments from festering.


Every planet that a person has in the Seventh House would indicate at least one additional requirement for them in a close one-to-one relationship. You have no planets here, however. For you, close partnerships may not be the all-consuming concern that they might be to someone who has a full Seventh House. This means that you could actually have an easier time finding a marriage partner. Your requirements in a partner are apt to be looser, and so you can be open to a greater variety of people.


Entwining Souls

Joined into a single entity in the Seventh House, you become ready to transform each other in the Eighth. To do this, you need to relax your grip on whatever you felt necessary to maintain yourselves as separate individuals. Then you need to take a leap of faith, and trust that the essentially benevolent forces of life will pull you through. If you emerge from this trial successfully, you will be transformed and renewed.

 

This, of course, is the essence of sex, which is one of the areas that the Eighth House stands for. The Eighth also depicts the other sorts of deep emotional bonds that arise in relationships, as you shed the shells of your individuality to merge into a larger whole. On a material level, the Eighth depicts the merging of property and finances, where you each need to give up what is yours and contribute it to the common pool.

 

With the high emotional intensity of the Eighth House and its lack of objectivity, power struggles are possible. Any impulse to do harm must always be contained. The key lies in developing compassion for your own emotional state, in letting go of tightly held positions, and then inviting powers out of your conscious control to lead you in the right direction.

 

Regarding your sexual self, all the signs and planets influencing your Eighth House describe possible avenues for sexual expression. Combining or alternating these themes will keep you from falling into stale and confining routines.


Scorpio is on your Eighth-House cusp.

Sex could be a very important part of your life, and your sexual experiences may be intense. You’ll be drawn to sexual partners who can share in this intensity. Beware of using sex to manipulate the relationship, or of connecting with someone who will use sex to manipulate you. If you try to control each other, your energies could get used up in power struggles instead of passion. To keep this from happening, bring up any issue that seems to interfere with your relationship and analyze it together. This will deepen and enrich your partnership, and could help either or both of you to transform personally.


Sagittarius is within the Eighth House.

Though you desire intensity, you don’t want to be tied down to a specific sexual routine. You like new experiences and want freedom to explore. A partner’s good mind or physical prowess may attract you, but even more important is a sexual partner who can in some way broaden your knowledge or be adventurous enough to explore and learn with you. If your sexual life becomes too predictable, your attention may wander. Instilling new excitement into your present relationship can bring back the spark and help you to avoid the complications of outside affairs.


Mars, the ruler of your Eighth House, is in the Third

The placement of your Eighth-House ruler in the Third House suggests that for you sex is closely intertwined with communication. You may enjoy discussing sex, and could even find talking about it more exciting than doing it. Or you might get aroused by conversation before or during sex. Another possibility is that you want your sexual partner to notice your mental agility or your adeptness at socializing more than you want to be appreciated for your body or your sexuality. Or you might complain if you spend more time in bed together than socializing with others. If you have any of these problems, you’ll be more prone than most to discuss them, and this can help you find solutions.


Because you have no planets in your Eighth House, your requirements for sex and deep emotional bonding are simpler than they might be. If one or more of your partner’s planets falls into your Eighth, however, it can add some different themes as well as additional energy to your sex life.


How You See David

To see how you experience David, what he means to you personally, and the biases you may have when dealing with this important person in your life, we’re now going to look at the way his planets fit into the houses of your birth chart.

 

You could think of David’s planets as “lighting up” your houses, bringing more energy to the areas of life that those houses deal with. His planets can activate underactive areas of your life, making you feel more complete. Or they may increase the activity in areas that that are already emphasized in your own chart. They may repeat problematic themes in your horoscope so that you’re finally forced to deal with them, or give you the added push to make the most of assets that you already have. All this influences the way you feel about him, and suggests the functions that he will take on in your life.

 

First, however, before looking at specific houses and planets, it can be revealing just to look at the overall way David’s planets are grouped around your chart wheel.
The fact that David’s planets fall mostly into the left-hand side of your chart suggests that, no matter what he’s really like, you tend to put him into the role of the initiator. He may in fact have a natural tendency to take the lead (especially if most of his planets fall into the left-hand side of his own chart, or he has a lot of planets in Fire or Cardinal signs). If so, you could be delighted to have a partner who takes charge. On the other hand, if you have a strong need to do some of the initiating yourself, you could get into conflicts about who is going to lead. If this happens, try to work out some rules by which the two of you take turns being the one who takes the initiative.

 

Alternatively, it’s possible that, despite what you expect him to be, David actually tends to be a responder in most situations. (This would be true especially if his planets were mainly placed in the opposite half of his own chart, or were chiefly in Fixed or Mutable signs.) Your assumption that David is good at doing something that’s not really one of his dominant skills may well inspire him to develop this recessive part of himself. Then, through his relationship with you, he may come to feel more rounded and complete. But if you have overly high expectations about his initiating abilities, the results may fall short of what you want. In this case, instead of feeling that it’s his fault that you never do anything as a couple, it would be best if you accepted his basic character and, at least some of the time, seized the initiative yourself.
With David’s planets being balanced fairly equally above and below your horizon, you’ll probably see him as sometimes being socially oriented, adjusting to the world and needing its approval, and at other times wanting to be alone, being introspective and caring more about self-approval or personal gratification than public opinion. If you view this as inconsistency, you could consider the situation impossible, and just complain about your partner’s attitudes instead of trying to influence them. If you see it as flexibility, you’ll then try various approaches to influencing his attitudes, and you will eventually succeed.


How David Affects Specific Areas of Your Life

And now for particular planets in particular houses. Pay special attention to the houses that contain David’s Sun and Moon, because these are likely to represent focal areas in your relationship with him.


The Dynamics between the Two of You

Now we’re ready to look at some typical kinds of dramas that can play out between you. These are suggested by the way the planets in one person’s chart relate to those in the other.

 

The different planets in your chart are like little characters who are interacting with each other inside your psyche. They also interact with the little characters inside other people. For example, Mars, the little warrior inside you, could be having a hot and heavy affair with your partner’s sultry, come-hither Venus. This could take the form either of cozying up in bed together, or fighting most of the time. Or these two little characters could be constantly on each other’s mind, but somehow at cross-purposes or never quite on each other’s wavelength. The basic quality of each planet, plus the aspect, or kind of angle, that is formed between them, determines how well those parts of the psyche will get along with each other, and what the nature of their alliance or conflict will be.

 

Below, the aspects between your charts are arranged roughly in order of how important they’ll be to you personally. Take special note whenever you see aspects involving the same pairs of planets next to each other in the list. If you see, for example, not only your Venus conjunct your partner’s Mars, but also your partner’s Mars making an aspect to your Venus, you can be sure that Venus-Mars themes such as sex, or some other sort of very creative, productive activity, will be of overriding importance in your life together.

 

Because we’re dealing with double the number of planets here, the number of possible aspects is greatly increased. We’ll therefore consider only the interaspects that are quite exact.

 


Balancing Your Separate Egos

The Sun has to do with your inner life direction and also with your conscious conception of yourself. In close relationships, one of the chief issues the Sun will bring up is each person’s ego, and how the other partner does or doesn’t support it.

 

Since the Sun is such a central part of the horoscope, aspects involving the Sun of one or both partners are likely to be among the major keynotes of your relationship. Aspects between one person’s Sun and the other’s Moon are particularly important, as they have proven to be one of the strongest possible attractors between two people, especially in a long-term relationship like marriage.


David’s Sun is semisextile Victoria’s Mercury.

Sometimes Victoria should be using communicative skills to help David attain ego gratification. Sometimes David should use the force of his personality to help Victoria get points across. But neither should support the other all of the time. Each of you needs your time in front of the world, with the assistance of your partner. If David is always forced into a subordinate position, he may eventually lose confidence, and if Victoria is always in a supportive role, she may ultimately become unable to express personal ideas forcefully. So take turns playing the lead role in the support system. Then, you’ll each be contributing to the success of your partner, and this can only strengthen your relationship.


David’s Sun is sextile Victoria’s Venus.

When it comes to getting ego gratification and experiencing pleasure, you and your partner have a natural tendency to help each other. David can provide a vehicle through which Victoria can express charm and diplomacy and attain personal pleasure. In turn, Victoria could use this charm and diplomacy to make David look good and achieve his goals.


David’s Sun is semisquare Victoria’s Mars.

Don’t expect your relationship to be tranquil. You and your partner naturally energize each other, but you could find that the thing that ignites your energy is irritation with your partner. For example, David could consider Victoria a nag, and/or Victoria could think of David as self-absorbed. If anger is the only way you express the energy, you might want to look for an alternative. Doing some kind of physical exercise together could lessen the irritation, make you more tolerant of each other, and lead to something really productive.


David’s Sun is sextile Victoria’s Jupiter.

You and your partner can easily help each other to broaden yourselves and obtain self-satisfaction. You’d typically do this through travel, education and/or spiritual development. Your interaction enables each of you to improve. The only dangers are forgetting the goals that you were trying to achieve, or getting so caught up in helping your partner that you don’t consider the cost of your ventures in terms of cash and energy. If you find yourselves physically or financially overextended, or feel that the two of you waste a lot of time or talent, stop what you’re doing, re-focus on your original goals, and re-think how you can help each other attain them.


David’s Sun is quincunx Victoria’s Neptune.

Victoria’s spiritual yearnings and desire to abandon ego have an uneasy relationship with David’s own ego drives. If Victoria’s spiritual needs are always permitted to be in the foreground, David could become unclear about his own identity and begin to lack confidence. If David is always allowed to be in the limelight, Victoria could begin to feel victimized. The way out of this impasse is to make an extra effort to understand your partner’s viewpoint, and then to take turns catering to each other’s needs. David should have his time on stage striving for ego satisfaction, while Victoria just stands in the wings and offers her spiritual support. And then David should spend some time supporting Victoria while she goes after her spiritual goals. Doing this will enable both of you to get what you want without feeling confused or victimized.


Victoria’s Sun is square David’s Moon.

This combination could create some tension between the two of you. David might feel neglected because Victoria seems self-centered and oblivious to David’s emotional needs. In turn, Victoria could feel that David smothers or manipulates her. Instead of wasting your time blaming each other, work on improving your relationship. For example, if Victoria made an effort to acknowledge David’s nurturing talents, David would receive the emotional gratification that would make the hovering unnecessary. And if David allowed Victoria to be on stage and then simply applauded, Victoria would feel more appreciated.


Victoria’s Sun is semisextile David’s Mercury.

Sometimes David should be using communicative skills to help Victoria attain ego gratification. Sometimes Victoria should use the force of her personality to help David get points across. But neither should support the other all of the time. Each of you needs your time in front of the world, with the assistance of your partner. If Victoria is always forced into a subordinate position, she may eventually lose confidence, and if David is always in a supportive role, he may ultimately become unable to express personal ideas forcefully. So take turns playing the lead role in the support system. Then, you’ll each be contributing to the success of your partner, and this can only strengthen your relationship.


Victoria’s Sun is opposite David’s Uranus.

This combination carries the possibility that instead of attaining the goals that she’s working for, Victoria might simply be considered eccentric or unstable. And David, feeling overshadowed by Victoria, might be unable to express his own individuality. What’s needed is a balance between Victoria’s desire for self-satisfaction and David’s restless, creative spirit. Victoria needs to concentrate on achieving her goals, and David needs to be allowed to use the creativity and individuality that are so important to him. When you allow this to happen, you’ll both be able to share some of your assets with your partner and still not forfeit who you are and what you’re striving for.


Victoria’s Sun is sesquare David’s Neptune.

Conflicts between ego satisfaction and spirituality may sometimes get you annoyed with each other. For example, David might get upset by Victoria’s pursuit of her own self-interest, and Victoria might distrust David’s motivations because she finds them hard to understand. As difficult as it may be, it would be best to face such issues squarely. Then Victoria might discover that David is essentially supportive and trustworthy, and David might find that his partner is just as open to spiritual values as she is to the value of creating a self.


Dealing with Each Other’s Emotions

The Moon has to do with your unconscious, receptive side, the part that reacts emotionally to life. A primary significator of the mother, it also indicates how everyone, regardless of gender, nurtures, feeds and protects both others and the self. The Moon also has a lot to do with being comfortable and feeling at home with your partner.


David’s Moon is quincunx Victoria’s Saturn.

With this combination you may periodically feel a mismatch between one partner’s emotions and the other’s need to deal with the material world. If one partner always caters to the other without there being any reciprocity, problems could arise between you. If Victoria always tries to limit David’s emotional expression, David might naturally become resentful or overly emotional. And if David continually flaunts his emotions without a thought for Victoria’s need for boundaries and control, Victoria could be expected to feel frustrated, and might retreat within. The trick is to take turns supporting each other. It would be appropriate for Victoria to provide material security and perhaps set certain boundaries for David’s emotional expression. At other times David could concentrate on giving his emotional support to Victoria’s desire for order and structure. If you make a habit of looking after each other’s needs in this give-and-take manner, this possible source of friction can instead become a way for the two of you to achieve greater closeness.


David’s Moon is square Victoria’s Uranus.

This can be an exciting combination, because it connects David’s emotions with Victoria’s need to express her individuality. However, you might find that Victoria tends to trigger emotional outbursts in David, or that she behaves erratically when David seems emotionally unsupportive. Outbursts and bizarre behavior will become less of a possibility if Victoria encourages David to show feelings freely, and David is careful to align his emotions with Victoria’s need to express her individuality. Then you will find that the instability of this combination is transformed into an air of electric excitement.


David’s Moon is trine Victoria’s Pluto.

There’s a strong emotional tie between you and your partner, and you can share great passion. Victoria enables David to express feelings more powerfully, and David easily gives emotional support to Victoria’s desire for personal empowerment. This interaction enables you both to have a strong impact on the outer world. You may have to be careful of getting carried away by each other’s emotions, or when you’re interacting with others as a couple, you may need to beware of coming across too strongly. If your emotions get out of hand or you find that others feel overpowered or resentful, you may need to analyze what is happening with your partner and determine what each of you can do to help improve the situation.


Victoria’s Moon is square David’s Mercury.

You and your partner could sometimes irritate each other. You might misread what the other is thinking or saying, and jump to the wrong conclusions. Or perhaps you intentionally push each other’s buttons. David may consciously or unconsciously say just the right words to upset Victoria. This could either be caused by, or trigger, Victoria to attempt to subtly manipulate the thinking. If you apply a little effort and together discuss your feelings without trying to arouse emotion, there may be fewer outbursts between you. And you might even discover that when you try, you can really communicate with each other.


Victoria’s Moon is trine David’s Venus.

Your emotions and affection flow well together. You not only have similar needs in regard to such matters, but the way you express these qualities with each other is also quite similar and, therefore, comfortable for you. Because you accentuate each other’s emotions and expression of affection, you might sometimes be viewed as too demonstrative when you’re interacting with the outside world. But this is more other people’s problem than yours. Your relationship is obviously doing well, and there should always be room for more love in the world. The important thing is your attitude toward each other, for that is part of what holds you together.


Victoria’s Moon is semisquare David’s Jupiter.

You and your partner can stimulate each other in terms of expansion (Jupiter) and emotions (Moon), so that you’re easily able to show each other how you feel. However, you might tend to stimulate each other to over-indulge, or the stimulation might take the form of irritation. Deep within your relationship is the ability for each of you to be supportive of the other, and for the two of you to grow as a couple. If you both make an effort to show each other that you care, you may discover that the emotional outbursts and extravagances start to disappear, and you begin to enjoy each other a lot more. With this aspect, you’ll have to work at it, but it’ll be well worth the effort.


Victoria’s Moon is trine David’s Uranus.

When emotions are involved, you and your partner naturally share an air of electricity. No matter how long you’ve been together, there’s an easily ignited spark of excitement between you. Because of your interaction, there can be some inconsistency in the way you each behave, but you know down deep that you can count on help from your partner. David may use unusual means, but he can make Victoria feel comfortable to express her feelings freely. And Victoria’s emotional support can help David to be more individual and creative. You may not always know what to expect next from each other, but you know that you’ll get help when you need it, and you’ll probably never be bored.


Victoria’s Moon is square David’s Nodes.

There may be friction between Victoria and the people that David brings into the relationship. David may be thrown into a quandary when Victoria complains about David’s friends or they complain about her. To lessen the resulting tensions between you, you could decide just to tolerate the situation and instead focus on the other facets of your partnership that are more important. Or you could face the problem directly and work out a joint solution. Another solution would be to find other people with whom you can socialize, and perhaps let Victoria select them.


Keeping Communications Open

The planet Mercury has a key importance in your relationship because it signifies your own style of thinking and perceiving, and also the way you convey your thoughts and feelings to each other. When the two of you have good Mercury connections, you’re able to communicate easily, and your chances of ironing out any differences between you are greatly increased.


David’s Mercury and Victoria’s Mercury are in semisquare.

Although you probably have no difficulty talking to your partner, you could find that your conversations are more often argumentative and grating than they are enjoyable. If you’d prefer calmer discussions, you might try a new approach. When the two of you are talking, offer an opinion that’s different from what you normally believe. Your partner may take the view that you really hold, and then you can quickly agree. In this way, you may keep arguments to a minimum. But even if you keep arguing, at least the doors of communication will stay open. As long as you can talk to each other, you can continue working to improve your relationship.


David’s Mercury is quincunx Victoria’s Uranus.

Communication between you is probably very stimulating, and you may think faster and more creatively together than either of you does individually. However, too much stimulation can lead to overload, and the result could be that you don’t take time to weigh your words or think your plans through.

 

With this aspect it’s best if, instead of blending the energies, you are each allowed to express yourself while your partner adjusts to your needs. Sometimes David should be allowed to communicate in a manner that’s comfortable for him, while Victoria only adds a little excitement or emphasis to his thoughts. Sometimes Victoria should be allowed to be creative and original, with David only verbalizing her ideas and explaining her behavior. By adjusting to each other in this manner, each of you will be able to express your own thoughts and originality without being inhibited by your partner. This will tend to make you more creative, both as individuals and as a couple.


Victoria’s Mercury is conjunct David’s Jupiter.

This combination can be very stimulating mentally, with David helping Victoria to broaden her mind, and Victoria helping David to manifest thoughts in down-to-earth terms. Together, you can also probably think in grander terms than either of you could individually. But your plans may be so grand that you cannot follow through, or you can get so carried away by each other that the two of you tend to exaggerate when you tell a story together. Some people might become annoyed that you blow facts way out of proportion or make promises beyond what you can fulfill. However, as long as you and your partner can talk to each other, your relationship can flourish.


Victoria’s Mercury is square David’s Saturn.

Either or both of you might feel that your partner does not communicate well. Victoria may feel that David is always instructing her or criticizing the way she communicates. And David could feel that Victoria always lectures him about his rigidity and conservatism. So it may become easier to keep your thoughts to yourself and complain about a lack of communication. Try sitting down together to have an honest talk about your problems. If you endeavor to get to the bottom of matters, clarify issues and determine solutions, it will open the door to better communications between you.


Victoria’s Mercury is trine David’s Neptune.

You and your partner undoubtedly have a strong telepathic connection, so that you often know what the other is thinking before a word is said. You also probably know that imagination is an integral part of the communications that you and your partner share. “Poetic” could be an excellent word to describe the way in which you talk to each other, or the impression you jointly project in conversations with other people. Together, you could create marvelous fantasies, and these fantasies might provide a wonderful temporary escape from the real world. But because imagination flows so easily when you are together, you have to be careful about getting carried away and believing your own fairytales. Then you might be in for a rude awakening when reality sets in. However, if you set aside time to create and enjoy your fantasies, you’ll probably find that you can have the best of both worlds.


Victoria’s Mercury is opposite David’s Pluto.

Victoria’s communication skills are connected with David’s need for power and his ability to analyze deeply. If you try to blend these qualities too closely, however, power problems could erupt. For example, you might disagree as to who should be the spokesperson or who should be in charge of content. It’s better if you use these energies to bolster each other. Victoria should speak her mind, with David adding power to the words when necessary. And David should assert power, which Victoria may verbalize when appropriate. If you take this approach, you’ll probably find that you’ll battle each other less, and as a couple, you can have a powerful voice in the world.


Encouraging Affection and Pleasure

Like a flower that attracts bees, Venus rules anything that attracts through beauty or pleasure, anything that engenders desire. She can also signify whatever you think is beautiful or valuable or attractive. In your relationship, Venus reveals the quality of affection that draws you together, the esteem you have for each other, the enjoyment that you feel, and the beauty and pleasure that you can create around you.


David’s Venus is trine Victoria’s Uranus.

When you and your partner express affection toward each other, there’s an almost visible spark of electricity. No matter how long you’ve been together, there’s the possibility for a sense of newness and an air of excitement between you. Your behavior may not always be consistent, nor will it necessarily conform to the expectations of others. They may think that you are a rather strange or unconventional couple. But the way you feel about each other is far more important than the way others see you. Continue to be spontaneous. Enjoy the excitement and the affection that you share.


David’s Venus is conjunct Victoria’s South Node.

You socialize very well together. David easily fits in with the people whom Victoria brings to the relationship, and Victoria is likely to enjoy the charming impression that David makes on them. The only possible pitfalls could be that you spend too much time together partying, or that David is too charming and pays more attention to others than he does to his partner. If the social whirl begins to interfere with other parts of your life, of course you shouldn’t give up having a good time. Do, however, establish a balance by putting more attention on the other good things that you share.


Victoria’s Venus is conjunct David’s Mars.

This combination often indicates a strong sexual attraction between two people. Usually, David will take the initiative, and Victoria will respond, taking his energy and assertiveness as a sign of interest. If David becomes too aggressive, however, Victoria could back away and begin to look elsewhere. David could also look elsewhere if Victoria does not respond in the desired manner. If you have these kinds of problems, before you start a search for someone else, you might want to try to be more considerate of each other. It may not be easy to find another person with whom you can share this combination, and you’ll probably compare everyone else you meet to your partner.


Victoria’s Venus is semisextile David’s Jupiter.

This aspect suggests that Victoria wants to enjoy life and David wants to grow and develop. However, if you try to blend these qualities, overindulgence and extravagance may result. To curtail the excesses, try taking turns totally supporting the other’s goals without thinking of your own. For example, sometimes allow Victoria to have fun while David provides philosophical or educational support. Then let David pursue knowledge while Victoria makes sure that he’s also having fun. As each of you takes turns adjusting to the goals of the other, you may discover that you’re less prone to extravagance, and that you’re not only growing, but also having fun doing it.


Victoria’s Venus is trine David’s Saturn.

Love and security are connected with each other in your partnership, with David naturally providing boundaries within which Victoria can comfortably express affection, and Victoria making love an integral part of David’s life structure. Your way of life may lack spontaneity in regard to love and affection, but, because you know what to expect from your partner, there is little likelihood of unpleasant surprises. Moreover, this constancy that you have in your relationship can assure you that you can count on each other when needed. While it may sometimes seem that a certain spark is missing in your relationship, the feeling of security that you have with each other should far outweigh that.


Victoria’s Venus is square David’s Neptune.

The love connection between you is a charismatic one that’s difficult to explain in practical terms. There may also be a desire for perfect love, a love that’s difficult to describe. Since human beings are far from perfect, either or both of you might find yourselves noticing the faults more often than the positive qualities of your partner. If you find yourselves doing more carping than stroking, remember the feeling of love that you can experience together. Every time you start to criticize, think of one of your partner’s good points. As you focus on your partner’s strengths, favorable thoughts can begin to outnumber critical ones, and you’ll get closer to your dream of a perfect union.


Getting Things Done Together

Mars signifies the way you direct the life energy of the Sun. This you could use to assert yourself, go after what you want, or meet threats and defend yourself from harm or annoyance. In your relationship it can show where anger may erupt, but it also indicates your energy level and your ability to accomplish things as a couple. It also has a lot to do with your sexual assertion and desire.


Victoria’s Mars is trine David’s Uranus.

You stimulate each other to be quicker and more spontaneous together than either of you would be individually. In addition, David is probably more creative because Victoria prods him or initiates things on his behalf. And Victoria probably gets things going faster because of David’s original ideas. So as a couple you may be known for your creativity and ability to get things started. When you’re together you may have a tendency to act too hastily, but your drive and originality are likely to get you out of even the most difficult situations.


Stretching Your Boundaries

With Jupiter you start to move out of your personal sphere to where you interact with the larger world around you. This could mean the way you relate to social institutions, religions, philosophies and ideas, or to foreign cultures. In your relationship, Jupiter also has much to do with the way the two of you grow, develop and make plans for the future. Jupiter is the principle of expansion, and so it’s also one of the planets (along with Uranus) that can signify the need that each of you may sometimes have for elbow room.


David’s Jupiter and Victoria’s Jupiter are in semisextile.

You and your partner probably agree that you want to grow and develop together, but you may not be in accord on how you should do this. One or both of you might feel that the other is always taking the lead and not considering your own needs in broadening yourself. The resulting unhappiness could rob you of the satisfaction of growing as a couple. It may work better if you alternate taking the lead, during which times the other person totally adjusts to your needs. Your partner may support your ideas with some of his or her own, and you may find that this makes it much easier to develop personally. When you’re sharing the experience of personal expansion, you cannot help but grow as a couple.


David’s Jupiter is trine Victoria’s Neptune.

David’s philosophy easily blends with Victoria’s spiritual ideas, and therefore you could develop an elaborate belief system together. This belief system is not materialistic. It is based on spirituality, so when you’re questioned about it you may have difficulty explaining it in practical terms. There may be those who think that your belief system is a sham, but this is really irrelevant because it’s the faith and trust that you and your partner have in each other that makes it work. Those who are moved by the spirit that you have together may join you, and those who aren’t moved won’t. As long as you and your partner have faith in each other, your belief system will thrive.


David’s Jupiter is opposite Victoria’s Pluto.

With this combination, the principle of expansion (Jupiter) is connected with the principle of power (Pluto), so that you and your partner could have a powerful impact on the world. However, if David tries to overwhelm Victoria with ideas, or Victoria tries to use raw power to control David, you could be sapping your energy by waging war on each other. Instead of battling, you can use this combination to take charge of your lives. David should be allowed to express his ideas and philosophy, and Victoria should be permitted to use her power, with each of you standing by only to keep the other from going too far, too fast. If you try this approach, you’ll probably both feel more empowered as individuals, and you’ll have more power in the world as a couple.


Victoria’s Jupiter is trine David’s Saturn.

When it comes to expansion and contraction, you and your partner are likely to have a natural system of checks and balances. While Victoria may have lots of ideas for development and growth, they may lack practicality, and so it’s good that David will probably excel at determining the feasibility of these ideas. Also, while David may tend to be conservative and not want to take chances, Victoria will tend to expand his horizons. It’s true that occasionally Victoria could feel restricted by David’s close scrutiny, and David could be a bit unnerved by Victoria’s disregard for boundaries. But the more that David’s direction helps Victoria’s ideas materialize, the more you’ll realize what a good team you really are.


Victoria’s Jupiter is square David’s Neptune.

In your partnership there tends to be a strong connection between philosophy (Jupiter) and spirituality (Neptune). You have a need to trust your partner, but it may be difficult to have faith, and the harder you try to explain things in practical terms the more confused or overwhelmed you could become. A better way to deal with this dynamic aspect is occasionally to take a break together from the real world. You could go on a trip together, and each of you could concentrate on what appeals to you. Travel by itself should satisfy Victoria, and escape is what David is looking for. Or you could participate together in a religious retreat, or go to the movies and analyze the film instead of your relationship. If you and your partner keep sharing trips and spiritual experiences, distrust may then seem to be less of a problem and your faith will ultimately grow.


Victoria’s Jupiter is quincunx David’s Pluto.

With this combination, expansion (Jupiter) is connected with power (Pluto), so that you and your partner could have a great impact upon the world. However, if Victoria tries to overwhelm David with her ideas, or David tries to use raw power to control her, you could just sap your energy by waging war on each other.

 

If you instead take turns being the active one, you’ll be able to use this combination to take charge of your lives. For example, sometimes Victoria should be given the chance for full expression of her ideas, while David throws his full power behind them. And then David should be permitted to assert his power, with Victoria providing a philosophical basis for this. Empowering each other in this way will enable you feel more effective both as individuals and as a couple.


Staying On-Track and Committed

Saturn, the principle of structure and solidity, is needed to give a relationship permanence. While it can symbolize hardship and restriction, it also shows how you handle responsibility, fulfill obligations, keep organized, and together tackle the practical aspects of life.

 

We’ve already considered Saturn in connection with the faster-moving, more personally significant planets in your charts. Saturn’s aspects with the slower-moving planets Uranus, Neptune and Pluto usually have more to do with your generation and the wider social sphere. Exceptions to this are when these outer-planet-only aspects are either extremely exact, or the planets in these pairs are also being aspected by the Ascendant, Midheaven, Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus or Mars. Then these generational aspects may become more tied into your personal lives.


Victoria’s Saturn is trine David’s Uranus.

With this combination, practicality (Saturn) tends to abet creativity and originality (Uranus). True, there may be times when Victoria’s need for organization makes David feel limited, or David’s boundary-stretching makes Victoria feel a bit uncomfortable. But Victoria can help to make David’s creativity materialize in the real world. And David’s originality can provide Victoria with rewards. Then you may both view your situation as structured rather than limiting.


Keeping the Spark of Spontaneity

When things get too dull and locked-up under Saturn, along comes Uranus to poke holes in Saturn’s structure and let in a breath of fresh air. While Uranus can signify sudden, destabilizing events or a rugged individualism that can put stress on your togetherness, it can also bring new life, zest and creativity to your life as a couple.

 

The more personally important Uranus interactions between you will have been discussed in the sections on the faster-moving planets and points in your charts.


David’s Uranus and Victoria’s Uranus are conjunct.

Creativity, originality and individuality are important issues in your relationship. If you respect these qualities, you’ll allow yourself and your partner to express them without interference. If the two of you share your originality, you can be far more creative as a couple than you’d be individually. And if you disagree on how to express these qualities and rebel against each other, it may be unnerving, but it’ll also be exciting. This combination may not indicate stability, but your life together will seldom be dull.


Victoria’s Uranus is semisquare David’s Neptune.

You and your partner could find that altruism, spirituality and artistry (Neptune) are connected with creativity, change and revolutionary tendencies (Uranus). But instead of helping each other toward desired goals, you might obstruct them. David’s belief system could just confuse Victoria, and Victoria could try to change David’s beliefs and end up just annoying him or shaking his faith.

 

If your relationship causes David to get disillusioned and Victoria to feel inhibited, you might want to redirect the energies of these planets in your favor. Occasionally using your imagination (Neptune) and originality (Uranus) together to take a mental vacation could free you up and break the impasse.


Honoring the Spiritual Dimension

Neptune signifies a dimension that lies beyond ordinary reality. It has to do with dreams and fantasies, and your relationship with the ineffable world that is beyond words. While Neptune can weaken structure and dissolve your most practical plans, it can also bring an unexplainable sort of closeness and an ethereal bliss. Often it is channeled into artistry, particularly music and dance.

 

In preceding sections you may already have read about most or all of the Neptune contacts between your two charts.


David’s Neptune and Victoria’s Neptune are conjunct.

One of the chief associations of the planet Neptune is with spirituality. Neptune moves so slowly in the sky that this aspect is one you would share with everyone born within two or three years of your birthdate. Therefore, it is considered a transpersonal or generational aspect, one that describes the attitude of your whole age group toward spirituality. In and of itself, it does not explain the personal connection or attraction between you, but it can be an asset because it would give you a subject on which you can generally agree. In giving you a similar kind of faith to share, it can help create a foundation on which you can develop your relationship. This contact can also signal an agreement between you on artistic tastes, especially in music.


Victoria’s Neptune is sextile David’s Pluto.

Neptune and Pluto have been roughly in sextile since the early 1940s, and so you both probably have this aspect in your own natal charts as well. Having this aspect between each other’s charts just reinforces a combination with which you’re already comfortable. It’s likely that your concepts of spirituality and power are compatible, and that you want to help each other to develop these factors further in your lives. Although you could easily manipulate each other, it’s more likely that Victoria would enhance David’s power, and David would add power to Victoria’s spiritual beliefs. Together you could create a powerful belief system.


Coping with Power and Change

Pluto is an inexorable force that works slowly in the background to create what you eventually realize are profound and all-encompassing changes. It’s also the energy that sweeps away what’s dying or outmoded so that new life can begin. In relationships, Pluto usually signifies power, also known as the ability to create change. This could be the balance of power between you, or the power that you as a couple exert on the outside world. Because Pluto deals with mysterious natural forces such as sex and death, there can be a certain smoky charisma and sexiness about it.

 

Because there are no slower planets for Pluto to make aspects to, you may find most or all of the Pluto interactions between you discussed at the ends of the sections on other points in the chart.


David’s Pluto and Victoria’s Pluto are conjunct.

Pluto moves so slowly (taking about 245 years to go around the zodiac) that all people born within a few years of each other will have Plutos that are conjunct. When this aspect is very exact and/or Pluto is also aspected by other planets, however, your mutual Pluto conjunction may have a more personal significance. Then, power could become a focal point in your relationship. Although your views on the subject may be similar, neither of you wants your power usurped by the other nor, for that matter, by anyone else. Because you look at power in a similar way, however, it is easier for you to join forces and protect yourselves as a couple from outside invasion.

 

In your dealings with each other, you have to be careful that power does not become a weapon. If either of you tries to control the other, you can expect retaliation. And with this kind of challenge, ultimately you may both feel weakened. You’ll both be strongest when you’re cooperating on power issues. If you feel threatened by your partner, analyze your feelings together. Once you get to the bottom of the matter, you can transform the situation.


Victoria’s Pluto is sextile David’s North Node.

With this combination, Victoria’s power will manifest in the relationships that David brings into the partnership. Because you’re together, you could both be looked upon as authority figures, even if neither of you ordinarily plays this type of role individually. With these aspects, you can jointly assume a position of authority quite easily, and the other people will not only expect this to occur, but will probably accept it without question. This can be particularly surprising to David if he hasn’t played this role previously with these individuals. However, you may not always want to be the couple in charge. If you tire of being the powerful duo, you can either delegate your duties and share the power with others, or find new people with whom to interact.


Relating to Others as a Couple

No couple functions in isolation, and the contacts that you have with the rest of the world can have a lot to do with the happiness that you experience together. The way that you as a couple relate to other people is in large part shown by the lunar Nodes -- the two moving points in the zodiac where the Moon’s orbital path crosses the Sun’s apparent path through the sky. Being themselves a sort of Sun-Moon connection, the Nodes signify connections in general, particularly with other people. The North and South Nodes are always 180 degrees apart, so when we talk about aspects to the North Node, we’re implying aspects to the South Node as well.


Using This Comparison of Your Charts

We’ve just taken a brief look at the birth charts of you both, and a closer look at how your individual charts relate to each other. Perhaps now you have a little more clarity about what you personally need in a relationship, how you see each other, and how your partner’s needs relate to yours. And perhaps you better understand some of the main themes and dynamics that you’ve been given to deal with in your life together.

 

Hopefully, your relationship has many islands of bliss and comfort where you can relax and just be yourselves. But may there also be enough challenges to keep your life together dynamic and ever-evolving!

 

Remember that it’s not realistic to expect perfection in each other. It’s true that it may be easier to be happy and to function well with some partners than it would be with others. However, we tend to attract partners who bring with them the crises that we need to grow. When there’s an unresolved issue that we need to work on, the relevant partner magically appears. A partner’s foibles can teach us much, for they are mirrors of what we have within ourselves and may not otherwise be able to see. When we solve a problem and learn what it has to teach us, we are then permitted to move on -- in most cases to a more fulfilling relationship with the same person, although sometimes we may need to strike out on our own. Usually, it’s better to work with what we’re given. But either way, when we step up to any challenge with open eyes, we grow in wisdom and power.

 

The important thing is to claim our own responsibility in a situation, and to refrain from hiding behind a protective wall of blame. When we open ourselves to the truth, we see that both we and our partner are human and lovably imperfect. Then our hearts become free, and we have space in which to expand. We’re no longer confined within our own being. When you let down your boundaries and merge with another, the two of you become one larger being with more than double the wisdom and humanity.
To complete this relationship analysis, we’re now going to move on to the new entity that is formed when the two of you stay together for any length of time. This is not either one of you, but a new “being” that you create together, and which is greater than the sum of its parts. This is the relationship itself.


 


A Chart for Your Relationship

When people stay together for any length of time, they change each other. As a couple they start to show traits and actions that they did not show as individuals. To get at this “joint personality” of a couple, astrologers combine the charts of the individuals into one single entity known as the “composite chart.”

 

Your composite chart is made up of the midpoints between the natal charts of each of you. For example, the position of the composite Sun is mid-way between the Sun in your birth chart and the Sun in your partner’s chart. And so it goes for the other composite planetary positions.

 

This combined chart shows the way that you as a couple relate to the world. This may or may not be the way you would each act as individuals. It also supplements your chart-comparison reading by giving further insights about your interactions with each other.


The Overall Balance in Your Composite Chart

Before looking at each individual point in your composite chart, let’s see whether there are any particularly dominant themes.


The Fire element is underemphasized.

This suggests that you and your partner are probably not overtly demonstrative as a couple. Although you may feel inner warmth and enthusiasm, it is not easy for you to show it. It also may be difficult for you to be spontaneous, or to take the initiative. To get moving, you might need someone to light a fire under you. To avoid total lethargy and complaints about a lack of accomplishment, you might want to include stimulating people in your life. Avoid, however, those who have too much energy or are too forceful, as they could exhaust or overwhelm you. If you associate with individuals who are moderately warm and enthusiastic, they can give you the gentle nudge that you need.


The Water element is underemphasized.

This lack of emphasis in Water signs does not indicate that you and your partner have no feelings. Quite the contrary. You do, and you may even occasionally express them, both within your relationship and to others. It is just that you tend not to be very comfortable in emotional situations or with emotional individuals. You may find yourselves avoiding people who, in your opinion, are overly demonstrative. Universal compassion is not your strong suit. Instead, the two of you are selective when choosing those upon whom to bestow your sympathy.

 

A lack of Water can also mean that when you operate as a unit you do not usually rely on your instincts and intuition. Even if you follow your hunches as individuals, this will not be the case for you as a couple. Your intuition may often prove accurate after the fact. You could promise yourselves that next time you will listen to it, but since something in your interaction with each other causes you not to trust your intuition, chances are you will disregard your hunches once again.


There is very little Cardinal energy.

With few or no planets in Cardinal signs and/or houses, you and your partner may not be looked upon as initiators, and in reality you may prefer that others direct the show. However, a lack of Cardinality does not mean that you never initiate or that you always stand on the sidelines. It just means that before you join in, you want to size up a situation and see what others are doing. It might take the two of you a while to get moving. People may not think of you as forceful or ask you to lead them, but because you take your time, once you do act, you’ll make fewer mistakes than those who are more impetuous will.


There is very little Mutable energy.

With few or no planets in Mutable signs and/or houses, you and your partner are not easily swayed by others. Whether you initiate a situation or are just involved in it, once the two of you decide your direction, you will probably not pay attention to the advice you receive unless it agrees with your beliefs.

 

If your composite chart is predominantly Cardinal, you are more likely to make changes than if it is predominantly Fixed. Cardinal changes come from your ideas, are initiated by you, and are triggered by your own dissatisfaction. With a predominance of planets in Fixed signs and/or houses, you will tend to stay in the same groove no matter what is said or done. Either way, you are not apt to listen to others, which might upset those who try to tell you what to do. Should you encounter difficulties, these individuals can take solace in the fact that you did it to yourselves, and may even gleefully say “See, I told you so.”

 


About the Author

Joan Negus, the originator and principal author of this report, began her practice of astrology in the early 1970s. She was known and loved in the astrological community as a warm and wise counselor, and as the teacher and mentor of numerous devoted astrological students, many of whom themselves became prominent astrologers. With her husband, Ken, she founded the Astrological Society of Princeton, NJ, and for years they opened their home to classes, lectures, workshops and other astrological gatherings that were noted for their fellowship and lively exchange of ideas. Joan also served as Education Chairman of the National Council for Geocosmic Research, one of the nation's leading astrological organizations.

 

Joan Negus is the author of the monograph Interpreting Composite and Relationship Charts, and of five books, including Basic Astrology, Cosmic Combinations, The Book of Uranus, and Cosmic Alchemy: Making the Most of Your Transits. She also wrote Contact Astro-Report, a pioneering computerized astrological report on the topic of relationships. The relationship report that you are now holding comes from a complete, greatly expanded rethinking of this earlier material.

 

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