Posted by GobbyPosted by LittleStar_IIPosted by GobbyPosted by LittleStar_IIPosted by GobbyPosted by LittleStar_IIPosted by Gobby
I don't know what you're getting at but please enlighten me.
Are you saying that those with Mars-Venus, Mars-Jupiter and Venus-Jupiter aspects are ideal?
Venus and Mars and Saturn only show certain types of compatibility whether or not they are intimate, passionate, and committed.
Jupiter is all of the above.
So potentially Jupiter compatibility is just as important. Because it shows there is a blending of all the pieces and there is prospective growth.
So Jupiter contacts to personal placements/planets will show that.
But are we talking about synastry, composite or natal?
Would be all of the above.
Jupiter aspects in the natal chart would show possible personal issues that either help or hinder.
Synastry would be the most obvious way of seeing the connection between the two.
Positive Jupiter in a composite would show a relationship with progression.
But have you tested this theory out with previous relationships?
I’m going to go Best to worst
1) Aqua Ex His Virgo Jupiter - square my Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Sun, Moon. Trine my Asc, Saturn, and Neptune. My Gemini Jupiter square his Venus, trine his Sun, Merc. Square his Mars.
Composite: Jupiter trine Sun and Saturn, Sq Pluto and Venus.
2) Pisces Aries Jupiter - My Jupiter conj his Asc. Trine his Pluto.
Composite: Moon trine Jupiter
3) Scorpio Aries Jupiter - Jupiter sextile Jupiter. My Jupiter square his Asc.
Composite: Jupiter sextile Venus
4) Gemini - his Jupiter is Pisces no aspects to Jupiter either way in Synastry.
Composite Jupiter opposite Pluto, trine Saturn, Moon, Uranus, Neptune
Sorry but you're going off onto a tangent here.
According to the diagrams, we should be focusing on the aspects between Mars, Venus and Jupiter. Now, you're bringing in other planets into the equation, which complicates what was pretty much a simple, straightforward theory.
I know you're a Gemini but please stick to the script...click to expand