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    I'm a Cancer Mars and I agree with a fair amount of it, but not all of it. I have Venus in Aries too so I think that makes me a bit more impulsive and purely lustful than a typical Cancer Mars, or a Cancer Mars mixed with a water Venus. But I can see both my Cancer Mars and Aries Venus come into play

    For example, I do form emotional bonds with women I've slept with and somewhat feel connected to them after, but I don't get hung up on them or cling to them. I can move on from them easily which is probably due in part to my Aries Venus that's always on the go

    I do like making my partner feel comfortable and loved and cared for, even in casual flings. And I do like when they show they care too. I view sex as more than just a physical act that feels good and I guess I do somewhat view sex itself as emotionally nurturing. And I like when my partner views it as more than an opportunity to get off too and show they care to some degree. Another thing it said in there that I relate to is that if they don't seem to be really into it or passionate, then I get somewhat turned off. If they're just going through the motions it's boring and there's no fireworks. None of this is to say that all I do is softly caress them and want to cuddle lol. I enjoy being dominant and forceful too, but I like all the ooey gooey aspects of making love too and like to mix those in

    One thing I don't relate to though is crying during sex lol. I've never even been close. Why would you cry during sex, sex is fun and amazing. Maybe if I met the girl of my dreams who's absolutely perfect for me I'd come close....but nah, I don't see it


    okay wow your placements are like a mirror of mine
    i am virgo sun-pisces moon-cancer venus-libra mars

    what's your rising? click to expand


    Leo
    What's yours? click to expand


    virgo click to expand


    Cool. So I guess you're pretty Virgo-y then huh? Being a Virgo Sun and ascendant and all. My ascendant was very close to being Virgo, right on the edge of Leo click to expand


    yep and just a few days, i could've been a leo sun click to expand


    So are you a Virgo/Leo cusper lol. What are your thoughts on cusps in astrology click to expand


    not exactly but cusps seem more like a mixture right?
    i don't personally know any cuspers click to expand
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    Yea. Supposedly you have the strongest influence of whatever sign the sun or planet is in (which obviously makes sense) but the closer you are to the other sign the stronger influence that sign will have on you. People have different interpretations of the points where you really start to feel those effects. Any where from a day or two to like 5 days

    I have a Capricorn brother who's born on the first day of Capricorn so right on the Sagittarius/Capricorn cusp. I guess I can see it, Idk. I've met others born on cusps and talked to someone here who was an Aquarius born on the Aquarius/Pisces cusp and she said she felt the Pisces influence. So yeah I think it has some effect but Idk how much
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    A Grand Trine involves planets with placements in all three signs of one Element and at similar degrees. A Grand Trine provides stability to the native especially if planets outside of the configuration are in harsh aspect to any planet in the configuration. Outside planets aspecting any planet in the Grand Trine would challenge the properties of the Grand Trine to grow and develop. Characteristics of Grand Trines come easily and naturally to the native sometimes to the point where the native doesn't feel the need to develop.

    Your Grand Trines are interestingly at "cusp" degrees and neither have planet placements all in one Element... I'd have to do more research on that.


    meaning that your ascendant shares energy of both aquarius and pisces. which further proves my ongoing research that cusps are to be considered real.

    i have the same thing for my capricorn/aquarius venus


    When I was just getting started in astrology, I believed that cusps were real, lol. I don't remember now what's changed my opinion on their validity, but I don't think they should be considered as a legitimate concept...


    so far every astrologer that i've contacted said it was purely just on belief, and many preferred to not believe for their own reasoning. all except a few who are still doing research. but some things aren't adding up and need to be revised. ie. attraction and cusps.

    the logical thing is... the moon doesn't jump from one sign into another... it moves gradually. meaning that it's highly possible for the moon to fall in the middle of two signs while transitioning.
    just like the sun doesn't just jump... it rises and sets gradually.




    I don't think any planet jumps from one sign to the other, so I'm with you on that. But if we really want to get technical, there is no such thing as a degree that falls in two consecutive signs, i.e. Cancer 29 degrees goes right into Leo 0 degrees -> there is no degree for Cancer-Leo.


    that's because the degree is 0.
    0 isn't a number unless you add another number to it.
    if you have 0 of anything... you still have none.Laughing

    astrologers clearly didn't know how to explain it and still don't. trust me, i've emailed and spoke to majority of them.


    The degree is 0, but in the next sign.

    Also, question: Is 10 degrees in any sign considered Second Decan? Or is it First? I've looked this up to figure out my Sun's Decan but have gotten mixed answers.


    and that's their mistake... is that 0 shouldn't be considered a number into the next sign as it's a zero and means nothing but a center point.

    but yes. apparently it's 0-10 first decan


    Zero, by definition, is a number. A digit. A figure. An arithmetical value, expressed by a word, symbol, or figure, representing a particular quantity and used in counting and making calculations and for showing order in a series or for identification.

    It is also a quantity.

    In astrology however, the numbers 0-29 are not only numerical digits (eg. numbers), but more specifically.. Degrees.

    If you do not know what a zero angle is, I suggest you take a basic geometry class. When a planet is at a zero angle to the Earth's horizon, it is at zero degrees.


    Clarification: Zero degree is notated as the start of a new sign, because visually, that is when you first see the planet (eg. The sun) rise above the Earth's horizon (ie. Zero degrees).


    we know 0 is a digit silly, and 0 degree is noted as the start of a sign yes, but not the full and complete sign is what i'm saying. when a planet is in 0 degrees, it is still in rising, still in transit, still in the midst of changing... and nothing in 0 degrees is at full in anything.

    you'd learn that in basic geometry as well... i'm sitting at an overall 96% ... i should know.



    A planet cannot be at 29 degrees and 0 degrees at the same time.


    ha! according to whom? you ever seen a planet up close? you ever watched a full planet jump from one sign to the next?

    that butter transitions, by the second, by the minute... it's impossible for a huge planet to be on on side or the other when sitting at 0 degrees.

    ask your professor.


    The planet is denoted by a point on a plane. Those minutes and seconds you're referring to ARE those points.


    i need u to do more research. tis all.
    i'm not interested in talking to people who just talk for the sake of talking...


    Cool. I'm not interested in talking with people that don't understand the basic principles of mathematics, geometry, and physics.. that of which astrology is dependent upon.


    🙄 unless you're sitting at more than 96% average in a top 5 university of the world... u can't see me. not even from that jumping planet you speak of.
    😭😭


    96% obviously doesn't incorporate your grades from English class.


    overall average kid, overall average.


    Tell me more about how zero isn't a number.


    a planet that sits at zero degrees cannot be at full in anything. therefore 0 cannot possibly count as a full anything (number)... in degrees, 0 is at the centerpoint and still in transition from one sign to the next.

    basic logic, basic math, basic geo, for a basic cookiemonster...
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    Do you always rely on insults when you know you're wrong?
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    A Grand Trine involves planets with placements in all three signs of one Element and at similar degrees. A Grand Trine provides stability to the native especially if planets outside of the configuration are in harsh aspect to any planet in the configuration. Outside planets aspecting any planet in the Grand Trine would challenge the properties of the Grand Trine to grow and develop. Characteristics of Grand Trines come easily and naturally to the native sometimes to the point where the native doesn't feel the need to develop.

    Your Grand Trines are interestingly at "cusp" degrees and neither have planet placements all in one Element... I'd have to do more research on that.


    meaning that your ascendant shares energy of both aquarius and pisces. which further proves my ongoing research that cusps are to be considered real.

    i have the same thing for my capricorn/aquarius venus


    When I was just getting started in astrology, I believed that cusps were real, lol. I don't remember now what's changed my opinion on their validity, but I don't think they should be considered as a legitimate concept...


    so far every astrologer that i've contacted said it was purely just on belief, and many preferred to not believe for their own reasoning. all except a few who are still doing research. but some things aren't adding up and need to be revised. ie. attraction and cusps.

    the logical thing is... the moon doesn't jump from one sign into another... it moves gradually. meaning that it's highly possible for the moon to fall in the middle of two signs while transitioning.
    just like the sun doesn't just jump... it rises and sets gradually.




    I don't think any planet jumps from one sign to the other, so I'm with you on that. But if we really want to get technical, there is no such thing as a degree that falls in two consecutive signs, i.e. Cancer 29 degrees goes right into Leo 0 degrees -> there is no degree for Cancer-Leo.


    that's because the degree is 0.
    0 isn't a number unless you add another number to it.
    if you have 0 of anything... you still have none.Laughing

    astrologers clearly didn't know how to explain it and still don't. trust me, i've emailed and spoke to majority of them.


    The degree is 0, but in the next sign.

    Also, question: Is 10 degrees in any sign considered Second Decan? Or is it First? I've looked this up to figure out my Sun's Decan but have gotten mixed answers.


    and that's their mistake... is that 0 shouldn't be considered a number into the next sign as it's a zero and means nothing but a center point.

    but yes. apparently it's 0-10 first decan


    Zero, by definition, is a number. A digit. A figure. An arithmetical value, expressed by a word, symbol, or figure, representing a particular quantity and used in counting and making calculations and for showing order in a series or for identification.

    It is also a quantity.

    In astrology however, the numbers 0-29 are not only numerical digits (eg. numbers), but more specifically.. Degrees.

    If you do not know what a zero angle is, I suggest you take a basic geometry class. When a planet is at a zero angle to the Earth's horizon, it is at zero degrees.


    Clarification: Zero degree is notated as the start of a new sign, because visually, that is when you first see the planet (eg. The sun) rise above the Earth's horizon (ie. Zero degrees).


    we know 0 is a digit silly, and 0 degree is noted as the start of a sign yes, but not the full and complete sign is what i'm saying. when a planet is in 0 degrees, it is still in rising, still in transit, still in the midst of changing... and nothing in 0 degrees is at full in anything.

    you'd learn that in basic geometry as well... i'm sitting at an overall 96% ... i should know.



    A planet cannot be at 29 degrees and 0 degrees at the same time.


    ha! according to whom? you ever seen a planet up close? you ever watched a full planet jump from one sign to the next?

    that butter transitions, by the second, by the minute... it's impossible for a huge planet to be on on side or the other when sitting at 0 degrees.

    ask your professor.


    The planet is denoted by a point on a plane. Those minutes and seconds you're referring to ARE those points.


    i need u to do more research. tis all.
    i'm not interested in talking to people who just talk for the sake of talking...


    Cool. I'm not interested in talking with people that don't understand the basic principles of mathematics, geometry, and physics.. that of which astrology is dependent upon.


    🙄 unless you're sitting at more than 96% average in a top 5 university of the world... u can't see me. not even from that jumping planet you speak of.
    😭😭


    96% obviously doesn't incorporate your grades from English class.


    overall average kid, overall average.
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    Tell me more about how zero isn't a number.
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    A Grand Trine involves planets with placements in all three signs of one Element and at similar degrees. A Grand Trine provides stability to the native especially if planets outside of the configuration are in harsh aspect to any planet in the configuration. Outside planets aspecting any planet in the Grand Trine would challenge the properties of the Grand Trine to grow and develop. Characteristics of Grand Trines come easily and naturally to the native sometimes to the point where the native doesn't feel the need to develop.

    Your Grand Trines are interestingly at "cusp" degrees and neither have planet placements all in one Element... I'd have to do more research on that.


    meaning that your ascendant shares energy of both aquarius and pisces. which further proves my ongoing research that cusps are to be considered real.

    i have the same thing for my capricorn/aquarius venus


    When I was just getting started in astrology, I believed that cusps were real, lol. I don't remember now what's changed my opinion on their validity, but I don't think they should be considered as a legitimate concept...


    so far every astrologer that i've contacted said it was purely just on belief, and many preferred to not believe for their own reasoning. all except a few who are still doing research. but some things aren't adding up and need to be revised. ie. attraction and cusps.

    the logical thing is... the moon doesn't jump from one sign into another... it moves gradually. meaning that it's highly possible for the moon to fall in the middle of two signs while transitioning.
    just like the sun doesn't just jump... it rises and sets gradually.




    I don't think any planet jumps from one sign to the other, so I'm with you on that. But if we really want to get technical, there is no such thing as a degree that falls in two consecutive signs, i.e. Cancer 29 degrees goes right into Leo 0 degrees -> there is no degree for Cancer-Leo.


    that's because the degree is 0.
    0 isn't a number unless you add another number to it.
    if you have 0 of anything... you still have none.Laughing

    astrologers clearly didn't know how to explain it and still don't. trust me, i've emailed and spoke to majority of them.


    The degree is 0, but in the next sign.

    Also, question: Is 10 degrees in any sign considered Second Decan? Or is it First? I've looked this up to figure out my Sun's Decan but have gotten mixed answers.


    and that's their mistake... is that 0 shouldn't be considered a number into the next sign as it's a zero and means nothing but a center point.

    but yes. apparently it's 0-10 first decan


    Zero, by definition, is a number. A digit. A figure. An arithmetical value, expressed by a word, symbol, or figure, representing a particular quantity and used in counting and making calculations and for showing order in a series or for identification.

    It is also a quantity.

    In astrology however, the numbers 0-29 are not only numerical digits (eg. numbers), but more specifically.. Degrees.

    If you do not know what a zero angle is, I suggest you take a basic geometry class. When a planet is at a zero angle to the Earth's horizon, it is at zero degrees.


    Clarification: Zero degree is notated as the start of a new sign, because visually, that is when you first see the planet (eg. The sun) rise above the Earth's horizon (ie. Zero degrees).


    we know 0 is a digit silly, and 0 degree is noted as the start of a sign yes, but not the full and complete sign is what i'm saying. when a planet is in 0 degrees, it is still in rising, still in transit, still in the midst of changing... and nothing in 0 degrees is at full in anything.

    you'd learn that in basic geometry as well... i'm sitting at an overall 96% ... i should know.



    A planet cannot be at 29 degrees and 0 degrees at the same time.


    ha! according to whom? you ever seen a planet up close? you ever watched a full planet jump from one sign to the next?

    that butter transitions, by the second, by the minute... it's impossible for a huge planet to be on on side or the other when sitting at 0 degrees.

    ask your professor.


    The planet is denoted by a point on a plane. Those minutes and seconds you're referring to ARE those points.


    i need u to do more research. tis all.
    i'm not interested in talking to people who just talk for the sake of talking...


    Cool. I'm not interested in talking with people that don't understand the basic principles of mathematics, geometry, and physics.. that of which astrology is dependent upon.


    🙄 unless you're sitting at more than 96% average in a top 5 university of the world... u can't see me. not even from that jumping planet you speak of.
    😭😭
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    96% obviously doesn't incorporate your grades from English class.
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    A Grand Trine involves planets with placements in all three signs of one Element and at similar degrees. A Grand Trine provides stability to the native especially if planets outside of the configuration are in harsh aspect to any planet in the configuration. Outside planets aspecting any planet in the Grand Trine would challenge the properties of the Grand Trine to grow and develop. Characteristics of Grand Trines come easily and naturally to the native sometimes to the point where the native doesn't feel the need to develop.

    Your Grand Trines are interestingly at "cusp" degrees and neither have planet placements all in one Element... I'd have to do more research on that.


    meaning that your ascendant shares energy of both aquarius and pisces. which further proves my ongoing research that cusps are to be considered real.

    i have the same thing for my capricorn/aquarius venus


    When I was just getting started in astrology, I believed that cusps were real, lol. I don't remember now what's changed my opinion on their validity, but I don't think they should be considered as a legitimate concept...


    so far every astrologer that i've contacted said it was purely just on belief, and many preferred to not believe for their own reasoning. all except a few who are still doing research. but some things aren't adding up and need to be revised. ie. attraction and cusps.

    the logical thing is... the moon doesn't jump from one sign into another... it moves gradually. meaning that it's highly possible for the moon to fall in the middle of two signs while transitioning.
    just like the sun doesn't just jump... it rises and sets gradually.




    I don't think any planet jumps from one sign to the other, so I'm with you on that. But if we really want to get technical, there is no such thing as a degree that falls in two consecutive signs, i.e. Cancer 29 degrees goes right into Leo 0 degrees -> there is no degree for Cancer-Leo.


    that's because the degree is 0.
    0 isn't a number unless you add another number to it.
    if you have 0 of anything... you still have none.Laughing

    astrologers clearly didn't know how to explain it and still don't. trust me, i've emailed and spoke to majority of them.


    The degree is 0, but in the next sign.

    Also, question: Is 10 degrees in any sign considered Second Decan? Or is it First? I've looked this up to figure out my Sun's Decan but have gotten mixed answers.


    and that's their mistake... is that 0 shouldn't be considered a number into the next sign as it's a zero and means nothing but a center point.

    but yes. apparently it's 0-10 first decan


    Zero, by definition, is a number. A digit. A figure. An arithmetical value, expressed by a word, symbol, or figure, representing a particular quantity and used in counting and making calculations and for showing order in a series or for identification.

    It is also a quantity.

    In astrology however, the numbers 0-29 are not only numerical digits (eg. numbers), but more specifically.. Degrees.

    If you do not know what a zero angle is, I suggest you take a basic geometry class. When a planet is at a zero angle to the Earth's horizon, it is at zero degrees.


    Clarification: Zero degree is notated as the start of a new sign, because visually, that is when you first see the planet (eg. The sun) rise above the Earth's horizon (ie. Zero degrees).


    we know 0 is a digit silly, and 0 degree is noted as the start of a sign yes, but not the full and complete sign is what i'm saying. when a planet is in 0 degrees, it is still in rising, still in transit, still in the midst of changing... and nothing in 0 degrees is at full in anything.

    you'd learn that in basic geometry as well... i'm sitting at an overall 96% ... i should know.



    A planet cannot be at 29 degrees and 0 degrees at the same time.


    ha! according to whom? you ever seen a planet up close? you ever watched a full planet jump from one sign to the next?

    that butter transitions, by the second, by the minute... it's impossible for a huge planet to be on on side or the other when sitting at 0 degrees.

    ask your professor.


    The planet is denoted by a point on a plane. Those minutes and seconds you're referring to ARE those points.


    i need u to do more research. tis all.
    i'm not interested in talking to people who just talk for the sake of talking...
    click to expand


    Cool. I'm not interested in talking with people that don't understand the basic principles of mathematics, geometry, and physics.. that of which astrology is dependent upon.