Last week’s synastry post looked at aspects between similar outer planet and personal planet combos (e.g., Pluto aspecting Venus/Pluto). This week’s post takes it a step further, with mixed outer planet contacts. For example, your natal Moon/Neptune conjunction opposed by someone’s Saturn. The basic principles are the same as the first post: a group of people will have their natal Saturn in the same sign and degree range as your Moon/Neptune, but not all of them will connect with you. Those that do form close relationships with you will activate your collective Neptune themes, but they’ll do this with their collective Saturn themes. Please read last week’s post if you’re not sure what I mean by outer planet or collective themes.
Let’s say you have a Moon/Neptune conjunction at 26 degrees Scorpio. Neptune in Scorpio’s themes of dissolving (Neptune) into the deepest (Scorpio) areas of life are personalized, because of the conjunction to your Moon. You may give yourself to the “dark side,” or refine raw, uncomfortable truths through a higher purpose (Neptune). You need (Moon) to lose yourself in emotional situations. Not only are you willing and able to confront your lover’s Shadow, Moon/Neptune’s porous boundaries make it difficult for you to discern where his Shadow ends and yours begins. You embrace ugly issues that most people would shrink from, but somewhere in the process you martyr yourself to your partner’s Shadow. Maybe you need to heal him, or maybe you need an excuse to plunge into the familiar waters of depression. At the same time, if you apply conscious awareness and focus, your instincts can be mind-blowingly accurate.
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