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11-27-2007, 06:28 AM
I (scorpio/leo/aries) have been with Tyler (leo/leo/gemini) for over a year now (we have been friends for much longer than that) and I have been questioning our astrological chance of maintaining a relationship more long-term.
I have been able to compare/contrast our moons rather well, but other parts have me baffled. We get along well, but I am very much a scorpio and he, a leo. I do understand a lot about him on a more personal level because of my moon, but we do have a rather rocky relationship
any insider tips?
the composite chart shows a extremelyemotional/sexual relationship.the physical feelings are very intense ,almost intoxicating in the the sensual allurement.this spontaneous attraction is responsible for the relationship.
the sun/jupiter trine gives a longterm feel to the relationship.
the venus/moon comjunction gives emotional intimacy and enjoyment being around each other.
but as you mentioned ,it has been rocky at times.this is shown by the saturn/uranus conjunction square to the mercury/sun conjunction.this makes decisions difficult as there is resistance to taking positions.this aspect is also very unstable and is often indicates sudden breakups will end the relationship.the mercury square indicates that htere are many disagreements and arguements.though tempers don't usually get out of hand,there is a lot of pouting and moodiness.
pluto on the descendant can indicate that there are unspoken issues in the relationship that put up a emotional wall.
with a T square between neptune,mars and the sun his ability to remain loyal is highly suspect as this aspect is often associated with hidden affairs.i would suspect that he does like you to ask about what he does with his time away from you.
though there is a strong sexual charisma to this relationship,there are too many aspects that indicate it will not last once the sexual aspect loses its power.though you seem to love him,don't put yourself through needless pain trying to hold on after the relationship has run its course.
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