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Date Published - 2013-10-23 Author - Edward Warner

Astrology Compatibility Chart

The chemistry of the Zodiac can be a great guide early in an encounter; not only is astrology a great way to start a conversation, but reviewing your attributes together can be a way to quickly decide if you should run off for a deeper exploration, or stick around in hopes of finding a better fit.

How compatible are you with your current partner, lover or friend? Did you know that astrology can reveal a whole new level of understanding between people simply by looking at their star sign and that of their partner?  Here  you will discover some special insights which will help you better appreciate the strengths and challenges of love using Sun sign compatibility.

The Sun reflects your drive, will power and personality. The essential qualities of two star signs blend like two pure colours producing an entirely new shades. Relationships, similarly, produce their own emotional colours when two people interact.  The following is a general guide to your romantic prospects with others and how by knowing the astrological "colour" of each other, the art of love can help you create a masterpiece romantically.



When reading the following I ask you to remember that no two star signs are ever totally incompatible. With effort and compromise, even the most ‘difficult’ astrological matches can work. Don’t close your mind to the full range of life’s possibilities! Learning about each other and ourselves is the most important facet of astrology.

Calculate your interactive composite chart and display it with your favourite options along with the detailed listing of positions and aspects! The composite chart is a quite recent synastry technique which emerged in the early '70s. Ronald Davison and Robert Hand are among the astrologers who contributed to broaden its use for the assessment of the level of compatibility between two charts. The technique consists in calculating the mid-point of pairs of planets, angles, and foci of the partners' natal charts.

This technique, as well as that of the mid-space mid-time chart, must be taken with caution since its reliability has not been established yet, contrary to the traditional Compatibility Report which is based on the comparison between two natal charts and the analysis of their inter-aspects.

A composite chart should be read similarly to a natal chart, but with the difference that planets, angles, and houses only are considered. Signs are not relevant. The angular houses (1st, 4th, 7th, and 10th) are the most important ones and, for a couple, it is a better omen when planets are posited in these houses. The 5th and 11th houses are favourable for the blossoming of the relationship, and the 2nd and 8th houses, for sexuality and emotions. The 6th - 12th houses axis is a bit trickier. Aspects are interpreted in the same way as with the natal chart, bearing in mind that they define the relationship and not an individual. The usually accepted orbs are the same as those used in the natal chart.

The advantage of the composite chart is that it shows the dynamics of the relationship in a quick and simple manner, almost at a glance. It always sheds additional and interesting light to the classical synastry technique of charts comparison.

For millennia, astrologers have devoted lifetimes to correlating planetary positions to events on Earth, and dispensed advice on every type of development, from farmers eager to learn the fortune of their crop, to rulers desperate to know if the time is right to invade a neighbour.

Through it all, the charts most consistently consulted to answer the most poignant of human dilemmas: who is the best to share my life, and will I be happy with the lover I’ve found? In other words, is he Mr. Right-or Mr. One Night?

Each star sign combination is followed by the elements of those star signs and the result of their combining: for instance, Aries is a fire sign and Aquarius is an air sign and this combination produces a lot of ‘hot air’. Air feeds fire and fire warms air. In fact, fire requires air. However, not all air and fire combinations work. I have included information about the different birth periods within each star sign and this will throw even more light on your prospects for a fulfilling love life with any star sign you choose. Good luck in your search for your soul mate and may the stars shine upon you! 

 

 
                       
                       
                       
                       
                       
                       
                       
                       
                       
                       
                       
                       

Table key

Orange Hot This is an exciting relationship, with similar emotions and interests enabling understanding of each other, but dissimilar enough for them to be exciting. Worth pursuing.
Green 100% The perfect relationship with the same sign. You have the same emotions and natures. Beware of similarities pushing you apart and competing, otherwise this should be an intense and great relationship.
Light Green Harmonious There is a lot of appreciation between the two and collaboration is easy. Should be a doddle, but with everything do not take each other for granted.
Yellow Opposites Attract The two signs are opposites. It is a very emotional relationship with a lot of frustration and intriguing al at once. A worthy challenge.
Light Grey Really You don't really understand each other. A lot of work will be required for this to work. Is it worth the effort?
Grey Paradox If there is an attraction it will be forever, but the two signs are too dissimilar for there to be any reason for the attraction to occur. This relationship requires a lot of work.
Red Clash This relationship is a challenge, with frequent clashes and a lot of misunderstanding. Best avoided!


Date Published - 2013-10-23 Author - Edward Warner