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03-17-2006, 02:32 AM
hey astro pals!
My exact question is: Will I be dating anyone seriously in the next 7 months?
I asked the question on March 16th 2006 @ 10:11PM in Bridgewater, NJ. USA.
Thanks to all who take a peek!
03-17-2006, 03:03 AM
I couldn't load the chart because I'm a computer-inept-butt ...well I can do the guitar thing just fine enough..technology eludes me.
Try this? [ A step by step visual guide to insert an image here ] (http://astrologyweekly.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1247) :)
03-17-2006, 03:25 AM
Here is the chart for the question
03-19-2006, 05:02 PM
Be sure to check out Tarot card info under the Spiritual heading on the forum....I've just uploaded the 22 major cards and their astro significances! Pretty neat. :P
03-19-2006, 05:28 PM
Um. I think the answer is no.
See, you're Mars and the partner queried about is Venus. Venus seems to be applying to Mars which should say "yes", but the Moon will get ot Venus first. The Moon rules the 9th house here. Something will have potential within the time period you specified, but something will get in the way (travel?).
Meanwhile, the ruler of the 5th house is Rx in your first house. Someone is intersted in you, but it's not as serious as you'd like it to be.
I don't understand why your signifiator is in the 8th house. It should be in the 7th house showing interest in a long term relationship. What do you want from a serious relationship, support or love? Also, your significator is in Gemini. You may not be as ready to commit as you think you are.
Am I making sense?
03-19-2006, 09:06 PM
Something will have potential within the time period you specified, but something will get in the way (travel?).
I'm most likely moving to Boston next winter for my music studies. Wow.
You are making sense because lately I've been reviewing what I want from a relationship. I've been having some major mental battles over this issue that stem from the polarity of "wanting a significant, all encompassing involvement" to "just for kicks and giggles."
And as far as for someone being interested (Merc Rx in 1st)....It could be one of 2 people I can think of.
I've noticed that when men do like me romantically, I'm always the last one to know. Something about pride maybe.
Men can be very disapointing, can't they? :roll:
You've helped me a lot with this, and thank you!
03-19-2006, 09:14 PM
Men can be very disapointing, can't they?
With the pride thing? YES!
03-19-2006, 10:45 PM
This whole men=disapointment thing is a global issue...I mean here I am in the US and there you are in awesome Egypt and we have the same problem. :lol: I bet our ancestors have had the same male-related heartaches!
But ya know, we still want them to be in our lives just the same...maybe just in a better way...and not too proud to be vulnerable.
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