View Full Version : Is this purely sexual?
03-26-2007, 05:36 PM
Firstly I would like to say hello to you all! "Hello" :)
03-26-2007, 06:41 PM
There are more contacts between you than sexual (Pluto and Mars) contacts. However, your Moon (home, also emotions) only connects in with his Neptune (spirituality, also fantasy), so having a strong emotional bond may be a bonding to a fantasy. There are other contacts besides the "emotional" one to you, such as Self-expression, also dating (Sun), thinking (Mercury), and relationships (Venus), but if you are waiting for an overwhelming emotional contact, it simply isn't there. Rather than focusing on the "emotional" side of the relationship, I suggest exploring other things in the relationship: there are a LOT there to discover! :)
03-26-2007, 09:12 PM
You have sort of answered your own question, in a way:
I have a natal saturn in the 7th house in a wide opposition to my moon (along with a 7th house chiron)
I dont feel I have ever had a deep emotional bond with anyone (not even my parents) I have never been married either, this is the area of my life thats has saddened me.
it must be me that is incapable of the bond and I transmit this onto other people in some way.
Ive always been a bit of an independant type and its not bothered me at all,
I've had a string of potential boyfriends lately but they all dont want any sort of emotional commitment.
I say this because Saturn in the 7th represents a *fear* of commitment, that, once transformed, becomes a very reliable indicator of stability in relationships, but IF and only if the fear is conquered first. It is NOT that you are incapable of a close emotional bond, but I suspect, reading what you've written, that there is something about it that terrifies you, and so you have selected a 'string of potential boyfriends' who give you exactly what you want: your independence, e.g. lack of commitment. Until you address what it is that you fear (Saturn), the same pattern may repeat itself ad infinitum.
I speak from personal experience: I have Saturn *conjunct* my Moon, and opening myself up emotionally is something I have been known to be morbidly afraid of; and I had similar experiences of non-committal, non-committed boyfriends. Too many, to be honest.
After a chunk of time spent in the company of a very good counselor, I can see where these patterns developed in childhood, and have done quite a bit of work on rectifying them. It might be a *very* good place for you to start, if you haven't tried already.
That doesn't really answer this particular question of yours :p , but I thought it might be worth mentioning that Saturn represents patterns, most of which it's a darn good idea to try to break!
03-27-2007, 05:28 AM
In fact one astrologer said to me that if this relationship didnt work he would give up astrology he was so sure...
Well, it looks like you need to phone this person up and give them the opportunity to quit their astrology practice now and forever! ;) This is why I stay away from predictions. Until BOTH people in the relationship are ready to work out their differences TOGETHER, relationships don't happen. It's not "magic"...it's HARD work.
the composite with chris has a venus/sun conjunction showing the emotional/sexual attraction.the mars/venus midpoint is square to the moon/neptune midpoint indicating again the emotional/sexual attraction.with the neptune element this becomes a very hedonist,meds/alcohol party vib.but most roubling is the mercury/pluto midpoint conjunct uranus as uranus is opposed to chiron.this is tough.ther are incessant arguements,he gets very disrespectful,bitterly critical and if you resist,he can go crazy with rage.these aspect indicate that there are some deep malicious issues that will alway popped up abd create chaos in the relationship.
03-28-2007, 02:49 AM
I think people maybe are a tad too negative in their interpretations. The moon/Neptune and venus/pluto can be very spiritual and transformational contacts. That the attraction is very sexual does'nt make it unemotional or lacking in a bond- sex is nature's way of ensuring a bond, at least over a period of time and frequently for a darn long time. I'd say proceed , but with caution and balance if you can-these contacts are very powerful.
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