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Unread 01-23-2014, 10:30 PM
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Composite VERTEX conjunct composite DC

I've read that it's common in married people's chart to find composite vertex conjunct to composite descendant, as a signal that the two were meant to be together.

Here are some internet sources:

... However, one such indicator of a fated relationship is the composite vertex conjunct the composite descendent.

Strong Vertex and Anti-Vertex aspects in the Composite chart also indicate a fated union. Indeed, Composite Charts featuring a Vertex/Descendant conjunction are common among married, fated, “meant-to-be” relationships.

Are there any other opinions or experiences on this?

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Unread 10-08-2019, 11:54 AM
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Re: Composite VERTEX conjunct composite DC

I have this with my current interest. It is still fairly new. Does anyone else have this? How did your relationship play out? Appreciate any help!
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Unread 11-08-2019, 09:36 AM
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Re: Composite VERTEX conjunct composite DC

This is true. I looked at all my married friends composite and a few celebrities and vertex was either conjunct or in the 7th house...I would say about 90% of the charts I looked at had this. Very interesting. But I wouldn't go buying a wedding dress if I were dating someone and this showed up in composite, sometimes relationships aren't meant to last. You have to look the the whole composite, some composites do look like a serious relationship where some just look like a fling or short-lived.
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composite, conjunct, vertex

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