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neptune5
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posted October 12, 2006 06:26 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for neptune5     Edit/Delete Message
here:

woman has mars in guy's 8th house

woman has pluto conjunct guy's vens

woman has venus trine guy's pluto

woman has (sun conjunct venus) in guy's 2nd house.

woman has pluto opposition guy's jupiter in 7th house.

woman's MC is conjunct guy's Moon

woman's 7th house (DC) contains guy's Pallas.

womans neptune sextile guy's venus

woman's moon trine guy's venus

woman's mercury conjunct guy's mars

woman's mercury trine guy's pluto

woman's ceres conjunct guy's sun


So, from those positions who's more attracted? The Guy, or the Woman?

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Anita41
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posted October 13, 2006 10:59 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Anita41     Edit/Delete Message
Hey neptune!

I think he would be very attracted to you, since yours pluto conjuncts his venus, and also your neptune and moon touches his venus.
When your mercury conjuncts his mars,
what sign is it in?
He could feel really liberated in talking to you since your mind (mercury) and words would make him feel confident in expressing himself and release his energy.
Also, your mars in his 8 house would make him sexually attracted to you on a very deep level. Like he could have sexual fantasies about you and get very aroused.
His pluto trining your venus and mercury, seems it is alot of talking in this relationship, about true emotions, someone who would understand you and maybe help eachother in this area?

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neptune5
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posted October 13, 2006 03:09 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for neptune5     Edit/Delete Message
thanks anita, the mercury conjunct mars is in Sagittarius.

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neptune5
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posted October 13, 2006 03:32 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for neptune5     Edit/Delete Message
and is pluto conjunct his venus, neptune/moon trine his venus, & mars in his 8th enough for sexual obbsession?

i'd like to avoid that, but is it?

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Anita41
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posted October 13, 2006 03:46 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Anita41     Edit/Delete Message
Nah, I dont think "sexual obsession" would be his problem with you if this is a otherwise healthy relationship.
Those aspects are rather nice to have I think...

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neptune5
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posted October 13, 2006 06:02 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for neptune5     Edit/Delete Message
So which statement measures this relation to a better extent:

"I would really like to have this person and I can't wait for our date".

"I HAVE to have this person no matter who, what, when, why, where, or how."

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posted October 14, 2006 06:28 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Nightjar     Edit/Delete Message
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neptune5
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posted October 14, 2006 10:50 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for neptune5     Edit/Delete Message
no nightjar, i believe its the other way around:

from cafeastrology.com
Astrological indications for sexual attraction:

Things to look for in Synastry:
Here we focus on indications of sexual attraction using Astrology as our tool. In this article, we are not discussing long-term compatibility between the sexes--rather, indications of initial sexual attraction and knee-jerk reactions between two people.

Indications of Sexual Attraction:
When somebody's Mars falls in your 5th house, heart-pounding reactions and strong romantic/sexual desires and crushes can be activated. You WANT each other, although the attraction may not last long unless there are other stable aspects and positions in your synastry.

When somebody's Mars falls in your 8th house, that person inspires deep sexual urges and physical desires in you.

(which my mars falls in his 8th house, so thats how he feels.

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posted October 14, 2006 12:41 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Nightjar     Edit/Delete Message
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neptune5
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posted October 14, 2006 01:11 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for neptune5     Edit/Delete Message
Well according to your experiences your right for yourself, but I identify with what an astrologer says than what someone has taken from their own personal experience, because everyone is different and thats what makes the world go round. And also when you use logic with any astrology chart, a house is a house, but when there is a planet in that house, it colors that house and gives it all of those qualities, so its not the house affecting the planet, its the planet affecting the house, especially when you think about natals, ex. my natal 6th house has moon in pisces in it and my moon is also conjunct my DC, the planets and signs influences is what pulls me and rigors me, not the house itself. And i'm sure your familiar with the saying "A house is not a home". Well all that goes hand in hand to what cafe astrology and a lot of professional astrologers have quoted to saying.

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neptune5
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posted October 14, 2006 01:14 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for neptune5     Edit/Delete Message
And your previous example as attracting the sign on your DC, for me its the exact opposite, i don't usually attract pisces, but i idolize it, also because I have paradise in pisces in 7th house.

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posted October 14, 2006 01:31 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Nightjar     Edit/Delete Message
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neptune5
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posted October 14, 2006 01:39 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for neptune5     Edit/Delete Message
Well not any of the ones that I identify with, because www.cafeastrology and www.astrology-numerology, Milton Black, & Bob Marks sure don't. And originally what I was pointing out was not about professional astrologers, but was about how its best to look at charts logically, "a house is not a home", i don't know if you understood that or not, but thats okay. But I do also need help on something else, you can reply here or reply to my thread on "Composite chart First house: the first meeting", i needed some extra thought on our first house composite: (which is said to be the house of first meeting)

AC is Libra 6 degrees 1st decane
First House Holds:
Uranus
Lilith
Chiron
Uranus is conjunct all lilith, chiron, and pluto, which pluto is in 12th and pluto is conjunct AC.

Thank you for the help.

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posted October 19, 2006 01:04 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Neophyte     Edit/Delete Message
I've been wondering about this very same thing. I'd really like to know which interpretation is "correct" regarding house overlays. I came across this by Steven and Jodie Forrest which I thought interesting however:

"If you're hiding from yourself, a mate who transposes planets into your eighth house has the key to the closet where you keep your skeletons, whether you like it or not. You'll deal with them, or they will deal with you. John's Sun and three other planets fall in Mary's eighth house. Within days of meeting him, Mary finds herself telling John all about her teenage bout with anorexia, something she has never discussed with anyone but her therapist. Perhaps she realizes she needs to do more work on resolving the issues underlying her former eating disorder, goes back into therapy, and feels better. Perhaps her talk with John was exactly the catharsis she needed, no more and no less. Instead, perhaps she's terrified by the feelings their conversation has stirred up, and she runs away from John and has a relapse. No way to tell how she'll react. All we know is that John's impact on her eighth house puts Mary in touch with that part of herself. How she handles it is up to her. Is that the only way John affects Mary's eighth house? Probably not. His presence in her life also results in Mary's spending more of her time considering her sexuality, what it is and what it isn't. Perhaps she'll find John attractive and perhaps not, but his influence directs more of her attention to sexual issues. If Mary commits to John, she will also find herself more preoccupied by thoughts and feelings about death, the survival of consciousness, and other transrational subjects. Again, whether those topics disturb or fascinate Mary depends on her, not on John.

If you energize your mate's eighth house, you can make an unforgettable impact on him or her, physically, emotionally and psychically. Make sure it's not psychological dynamite; you're not necessarily your partner's therapist, nor should you be, although you can help bring those skeletons up to the light of day. Elizabeth Taylor's Sun-Mars-Mercury conjunction lies in the late Richard Burton's eighth house, increasing the passionate intensity in their marriage. Van Gogh's Midheaven-Mars-Venus conjunction, and his Sun, fell in Gauguin's eighth house; their relationship certainly exposed Gauguin to some of the more turbulent aspects of the eighth house. So did Monica Lewinsky's association with Bill Clinton, and her Moon falls in Clinton's eighth house."

So it seems, according to Steven Forrest, the planet person *can* have these effects but it depends on the house person and how welcoming they are to this bombardment. I can't imagine energy like this being one-sided in the least. I have a splay chart and I'm interested in someone who has a bundle chart ( all of her planets are in eastern half), 6 of mine are in my western half. When I do a biwheel, many of my planets just end up in her western half, my venus/mars conjunction and mercury are in her eighth house, my moon is in her seventh house opposing her ascendant. Her Uranus is in my eighth house but her venus and mars are in my twelfth house. I feel a strong connection to her, very karmic, and I don't sense the attraction being one sided.

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neptune5
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posted October 20, 2006 04:23 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for neptune5     Edit/Delete Message
yea neophyte your really right, it will feel karmic, well if saturn's involved, lol. But you were right.

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posted October 20, 2006 05:27 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Mama Mia     Edit/Delete Message
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Indications of Sexual Attraction:
When somebody's Mars falls in your 5th house, heart-pounding reactions and strong romantic/sexual desires and crushes can be activated. You WANT each other, although the attraction may not last long unless there are other stable aspects and positions in your synastry.

Yep I have this with an ex. My moon falls in his 5th house and he is so attracted to me not only that his moon conjuncts my mars. Even though we are not seeing each other anymore he still feels the need to touch me on area's that only I allow a boyfriend to touch me. He can't help himself and I know he can't. BUT he gone have to try real hard. I have put restrictions on that and now he is angry. That is a hard thing to overcome especially if you have to continue to see that person.. I feel for him.

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