Ms D and Mr B – it’s all about Communication

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Summary

The relationship of Ms D and Mr B is all about communication and the honest expression of feelings and the good news is that all the ingredients are present for this to go very well – however just make sure that you don’t ignore other key aspects of your relationship, especially the physical – otherwise it may well have difficulty standing the test of time.

 

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Grand trine – Jupiter, Moon, Uranus

Composite Moon suggests how honestly you express your emotions with each other – and with Composite Jupiter in trine (easy aspect) this probably goes well. The sympathy you share with each other will likely have a positive, morally uplifting effect for you both.

At the same time please understand that with Composite Uranus in the mix, you’ll need to  deal with each other in new and usual ways; certain attributes like stability and predictability found in conventional relationships may well be missing from yours. Take heart, however, because this allows you both maximum freedom of expression. The greatest potential of this relationship is for positive change and expansion in both of  your world-views while at the very same time still making you feel comfortable and cozy.

Mercury trine Neptune and sextile Pluto

Composite Mercury indicates the level and degree of communication in the relationship and with a trine (easy aspect) this will most like be approached intuitively and sensitively. Just beware that you don’t confuse your personal ideals with present reality – it’s all too easy to get lost when your head is in the clouds. Luckily with Composite Pluto in sextile (easy aspect) this should not prove difficult. Pluto gives you both a rare opportunity to get significant insight into the real forces at work in your relationship.

Sun sextile North Node and trine South Node

Composite Sun in trine/sextile (easy) aspect to the nodal axis suggests some kind of karmic connection. Most certainly this relationship is unusually important for the both of you and you can expect that it will take you to places (physical and/or mental) you’d not otherwise go.

Composite Jupiter/Neptune

Composite Charts

The composite chart is created by taking the midpoint between pairs of each of two person’s natal planets (in this case Venus and Uranus) and using them to create a third, new chart. The composite chart is not the same as synastry, which examines how one person impacts the other. Instead the composite chart represents the relationship as a whole giving insight into the dynamics upon which it, as a relationship, functions.

Composite Jupiter

Jupiter symbolises key areas of  growth for the relationship as well as how the partners to that relationship find meaning together. Composite Jupiter also provides a shared spiritual commitment – an inspired, optimistic vision for the future. The trick is not to go overboard.

Composite Neptune

Neptune brings magic, colour, and soul into a relationship, shared creativity and beguilingly beautiful dreams. The problem with Neptune is that is that doesn’t play by ordinary rules. Hence Neptune is oft associated with disappointment, deceit, and disillusion.

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Both Jupiter and Neptune share a taste for the boundless. They are the signature of the dreamer/visionary with a foolhardy naivety about the ‘real world’. When Neptune is involved in a composite chart, there is bound to be a sense of being soul-mates and hence it is all the harder to put on the brakes.

Neptune/ Jupiter is likely to manifest in a shared spiritual or idealistic vision that unfortunately might turn out to be pure delusion:

  • This is especially the case with the conjunction.

  • With trines and sextiles the idealism is not likely to be as destructive although it can turn a romance into something more platonic like a student/teacher relationship.

  • With the square, it is important to ensure both parties know where they stand with each other and avoid reluctance to acknowledge relationship problems.

  • The opposition is also likely to allow both parties to build up a false sense of security. The key with making this aspect work out is to avoid idealizing each other. Equally important is to avoid playing deceptive games with each other. If you honestly understand yourselves and what you have to together, there can be no illusion. If you don’t, you’re likely headed for disaster.

Composite Sun/Mercury

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The composite chart is created by taking the midpoint between pairs of each of two person’s natal planets (in this case the Sun and Mercury) and using them to create a third, new chart. The composite chart is not the same as synastry, which examines how one person impacts the other. Instead the composite chart represents the relationship as a whole giving insight into the dynamics upon which it, as a relationship, functions.

Composite Sun

The Composite Sun represents the thrust of the relationship – its primary purpose and vitality. The composite Sun functions like a lighthouse beacon, keeping the relationship clear of the proverbial rocks. A relationship embodying the essence of its composite Sun will likely be experienced as spontaneous and free. However, when expression of the relationship’s purpose and/or vitality is hindered in some way, it can be a struggle to keep things going.

Composite Mercury

Composite Mercury symbolises the manner and method in which communication occurs in the relationship. It also describes the nature of the decisions that the parties take regarding their relationship. In natal charts, Mercury is meant to be in active service to the Sun, feeding it with all information necessary to fulfil its purpose. In the composite chart, Mercury does exactly the same.

Composite Mercury/Sun

Composite Mercury/Sun in conjunction, trine, and sextile aspects favours verbal communication in a relationship; expect similarity in thinking. This aspect also allows the partners to maintain a helpful detached attitude when discussing their relationship although this strength can quickly become a weakness when feelings and emotions not easily reduced to words are overlooked. When composite Mercury/Sun are in square or opposition, expect miscommunication (whether or not purposeful). The parties to the relationship may well feel as if they’re speaking at cross purposes; what is said by one is not what is heard by the other.

Transits

When composite Mercury/Sun is affected by transit, the connection between the purpose of the relationship and the communication feeding it undergoes change.

Example

Current transiting Neptune/Saturn square – (active November 2015 – September 2016)

Saturn = reality; duty and responsibility, respecting boundaries, integrity, discipline, mastery, doing the ‘right’ thing.

Neptune = unreality: dissolution, delusion, deception, denial, and dreams.

With Saturn in square with Neptune, there is no easy way to bridge the gap between dreams and reality; at times it may become impossible to tell the difference. The primary question with transiting Saturn square Neptune is exactly what is ‘real’.foggy-head-sign-by-geralt-at-Pixabay-e1439240445328

In regards to relationships, it won’t be easy to answer this question because most folks never seriously question the purpose of their relationship much less whether that purpose is being fulfilled. The composite Sun should help in this regard because it symbolises the relationship’s purpose but this won’t be easy to access when the communication feeding the understanding/realisation of that purpose is (at best) murky.

Both Saturn and Neptune are in mutable signs at the moment and hence the foundation upon which that communication is built during this transit is even shakier that it otherwise might be. However, if those with composite Mercury/Sun effected by this transit can avoid getting caught up in typical Neptunian past-times like escape (into computer games, TV, or whatever), alcohol, drugs, and/or other forms of denial, then Saturn can provide them the focus and stamina to get their relationship even more creatively back on track.

 

Composite Venus Conjunct Composite Uranus

 

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Composite Venus reflects the power of attraction between parties to a relationship as well as the ideals which the relationship is meant to express. Venus operates by differentiation; this is X and that is Y and one is so much better than the other is it not? Venus involves expectations, merit, reward. Hence the placement of composite Venus in the chart symbolises how the relationship contributes to each party to the relationship finding his or her worth through differentiating self from other.

Uranus is the planet of the unconventional, the unusual. Composite Uranus not only suggests an unorthodox relationship, but also one that requires everyone to maintain a flexible attitude.  With composite Uranus/Venus one size does not fit all and quite honestly,  you wouldn’t want it to. Keep in mind, however, that Uranus is also associated with rebellions and revolutions and so the composite Uranus suggests there is something seditious in the message this relationship delivers to the established order.

Thus Composite Venus conjunct composite Uranus is intrinsically involved with the way each of the parties to the relationship achieves his/her individual merit, reward, and self-worth in respect of an unconventional, rebellious relationship. A relationship like this necessarily shakes everyone’s established ideas about relationships and that’s exactly what it’s meant to achieve. It also provides each of the parties to the relationship with new and exciting ways to express him or herself through relationship.  That is X but my relationship and me are Y and Y is so much better!images-2

Advice: This relationship necessarily changes the lives of all parties involved but whether for better or worse, is impossible to say. The key to making it a success is to allow it to establish its own ebb and flow. Attempts to squeeze this relationship in a pre-established mould will kill it. Be open, honest, as well as enthusiastic. Remember that this relationship is all about expressing ideals rather than representing reality. Give yourselves the freedom to go with the flow.

Composite Mercury Conjunct Composite Neptune

The composite chart is created by taking the midpoint between pairs of each of two person’s natal planets (in this case Mercury and Neptune) and using them to create a third, new chart. The composite chart is not the same as synastry, which examines how one person impacts the other. Instead the composite chart represents the relationship as a whole giving insight into the dynamics upon which it, as a relationship, functions.

Unknown-1Composite Mercury symbolises the manner and method in which communication occurs in the relationship. It also suggests something about the nature of the decisions that you, as a couple, take. Whilst it is desirable, especially in an emotional relationship, to achieve some level of unspoken understanding, it is also necessary to actually speak to each other in concrete, straightforward terms. Unfortunately, many individuals party to a longer term relationship think the other person should implicitly feel and/or understand what is on his/her mind.

When this happens, it results in each  dealing with the other as if she/he were little more than a product of his/her own imagination. This is especially the case when composite Mercury is conjunct composite Neptune. Although Mercury is meant to represent the workings of rational minds (precision, orderliness, and logic), when Neptune is involved, confusion is usually the order of the day. This is because composite Neptune tends to make individuals involved feel like soul-mates; caught up in an eerie sense of fated-ness, a deep (cosmic) union featuring redeemer, redemption, and spiritual awakening all wrapped into one.images-1

However fabulously wonderful this might at first feel, often enough it ends in chaos and pain. Self-delusion of one of the greatest risks of a Mercury-Neptune combination. Initially it manifests in idealisation – how clever and funny and intellectually gifted is my other half – he/she is the perfect friend, companion, and guide. Naturally such idealisation is nothing more than illusion which cannot continue indefinitely; disillusion is all harder to take when reality finally sets in.

Whilst Mercury conjunct composite Neptune can preserve the magic in everyday communication, it can equally manifest in unviable dreams. Never forget that with composite aspects, nothing is one-sided; both parties contribute (equally or unequally) to the action.

Advice: From time to time, rationally test the real viability of the long-term goals set for this relationship. Pay as much attention (if not more) to what each of you actually does as to what you say. Don’t be afraid to demand straightforwardness and honesty. Someday the truth will out and no one wants to be caught off-guard.

 

Composite Moon Conjunct Pluto

The composite chart is created by taking the midpoint between pairs of each of two person’s natal planets (in this case Moon and Pluto) and using them to create a new, third chart. The composite chart is not the same as synastry, which examines how one person impacts the other. Instead the composite chart represents the relationship as a whole giving insight into the dynamics upon which it, as a relationship, functions.Unknown

The composite Moon represents the heart of the relationship, the feeling aspect, the emotional guts and glue. Unlike the composite Sun, which expresses the more conscious purpose of the relationship, the composite Moon operates unconsciously, feeding the relationship with that which it needs to continue. The placement of, and aspects made to, the composite Moon symbolise that which the individuals party to the relationship feel they share in common. Likewise, the composite Moon indicates where, and how, the relationship manifests emotional distress.

Pluto is the planet of death and regeneration. Hence composite Pluto suggests that which will cause the relationship to experience periods of heavy change. In any relationship, composite Pluto is often experienced as power plays and in sexual relationships, it gives special power to, and impact on, the emotions of the involved individuals. Let’s be very clear about this – with composite Pluto these emotions are never one-sided. Both parties experience (and will be forced to react to) the powerful drama enfolding between them. Composite Pluto shows how each of them will be personally transformed by the relationship.

Composite Moon conjunct Pluto is extremely intense. There can be nothing casual about the relationship with this aspect. It is likely to plunge each of the involved individuals into emotional depths which they have never (and may never again) experienced. This may make them  feel (alternatively) deliriously happy and wretched. With Pluto involved, nothing will ever be shallow. This composite aspect often manifests in a codependent relationship generating excessive reliance of one party  upon the other to obtain his/her personal self-esteem and/or identity.

imagesIt will be extremely difficult to walk away from a relationship with Composite Moon conjunct Pluto. At best, there will be an intense and enduring love between the parties. At worst, it will tear them apart. Feelings (on both sides) about this relationship will often run so high that it will difficult to rationally evaluate it. Remember that composite Pluto usually manifests in power plays and with composite Pluto conjunct Moon, these power plays will likely result in attempts to control each other’s feelings.

Advice: Lighten up, take it easy, enjoy each other calmly and quietly once in awhile. Keep plenty of personal space, maintain separate interests, and try extra hard not to always push each other’s emotional buttons.