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In my chart I have mercury (aquarius) trine moon (Libra), then my moon trines jupiter (taurus), jupiter trines mercury (aquarius). How does Aquarius, Libra and Taurus trine if they're in two different elements? I can somewhat understand Libra and Taurus, because they both share Venus, but why do Mercury and Jupiter trine if one's in a earth element and the other in air?

Here's my chart,
http://item.slide.com/r/1/69/i/0OHBN...6lawuT6Gt3l72/

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