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FireMoon
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posted November 12, 2012 11:15 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for FireMoon     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Just wondering what this would mean for the relationship? Would it be hard to sustain or even begin integrating that planet into the relationship since there are no aspects or would it make that planet "stronger" like in a natal chart, just with more challenges in accessing/controling it?

I've seen this in a composite with unaspected venus (but tightly conjunct NN in Aqua), and also unaspected Saturn in another composite

Please share experiences and opinions!

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Doux RÍve
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posted November 13, 2012 11:15 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Doux RÍve     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
In my (very limited) experience, the planet is hard to integrate and usually has trouble being expressed. It can sort of "monopolize" the whole chart, drawing all the attention to it, wanting so bad to be expressed but something/someone seems to prevent it. So there can be frustration around that planet, unfullfiled needs, or a confusion about the area it rules in the relationship. It can probably have moments of intense expression, but a bit chaotic in nature. Raw, uncontrolled and "unreasonable".

With Venus for example it can be two people who want to be romantically involved with each other and yet for some reason they can't, so they both (or one of them) are frustrated, and try hard to give/receive love/affection, maybe in inappropriate ways/wrong time, etc. So that area (romance) in their interaction is chaotic and unstable, unfulfilled or overintensified.


And with Saturn I guess it could have to do with commitment/stability. Maybe they want to be together in a commited relationship but some factors make it hard for a "real" relationship to be established or for the people to have a stable connection. Again, at times the planet can be expressed forcefully, with a strong desire for commitment/a long-term relationship that may go overboard (controlling behaviour, restrictions, etc).

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FireMoon
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posted November 15, 2012 10:06 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for FireMoon     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thanks for your response Doux Reve!!

That definitely makes sense... There is an unaspected venus in the composite I have with my friend's brother (Lol) who I find very attractive, but there's really no way any romance could go on between us without things being weird due to the circumstances. We were kind of flirty around each other but that's about as far as it's going to go haha

The unaspected saturn is in the composite of my ex and his new gf (which I shouldn't have even looked up but couldn't help myself lol) and of course it's actually pretty perfect other than that... He's a very possessive and controlling person in general so it makes sense there would be strong saturn in his composites (there was in ours too) and I honestly wouldn't be surprised if they end up staying together and getting married since that seems to be what he's looking for, but guaranteed there will be restrictive/controlling behavior with whoever he ends up with..

Anyway sorry for rambling just thought it was interesting!!

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