"Impossible" friendship and synastry vs composite
It is an quite "impossible" friendship, because there is a cultural/religious/racial difference and an age gap of 16 years, but they have some similiar background, too: both had a difficult childhood. There is/was a lot of prejustice of both sides and even some racism, but they truly like each other. It is a close friendship, which works pretty well for about 3 years.
Person A natal:
ASC/Sun/Venus/Mars conjunction in Cancer sextile Jupiter in Virgo
Person B natal:
Sun/Mercury/Venus conjunction in Cancer opposite ASC/Jupiter conjunction in Capricorn, trine Mars/Saturn conjunction in Scorpio.
ALL the Cancer planets of A and B conjunct each other. All the planets aspecting the Cancer stelliums in natal charts are also involved in synastry.
B's ASC/Jupiter is opposite A's ASC/Sun/Venus/Mars, but trine A's Jupiter, so it is a wedge. A's ASC/Sun/Venus/Mars is also trine B's Mars/Saturn, so a 2nd wedge.
Person A Person B Orb
Moon trine Neptune 3°
Moon sextile Pluto 3°
Mercury conjuncts Moon 5°
Saturn sextile Moon 5°
Pluto square Moon 2° (the ONLY square in synastry, the other square Uranus/Neptune is generational, so not really important)
Synastry looks pretty good, but composite is not that easy. In composite there are squares to Saturn, Neptune and Pluto, which are usually described as very negative.
unaspected Moon in 4th
Sun/Mercury/Venus conjunction in 4th
Sun/Mercury/Venus sextile Mars in 6th
Sun/Mercury/Venus trine Jupiter/Uranus in 8th
Sun/Mercury/Venus SQUARE Pluto in 7th
Mars in 6th sextile Jupiter/Uranus in 8th
Mars in 6th SQUARE Neptune in 9th
Jupiter/Uranus conjunction in 8th
Jupiter/Uranus SQUARE Saturn in 11th
Saturn in 11th trine Pluto in 7th
What do you think about that friendship? What will win, good synastry or bad composite?
Last edited by Gorgina; 04-14-2012 at 05:04 PM.