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Transits vs. Aspects

They're both terms used frequently in Astrology. They're both related to the planets. So what on earth is the difference between a "transit" and an "aspect?"When you get your Essential Birth Chart report, it will be important to know the difference. Read More »


The Opposition

Aspect angle: 180 degrees Unfavorable. When two planets form an opposition, they are directly opposite each other in the zodiac, and their energies are working against each other. Read More »


The Sextile

Aspect angle: 60 degrees Favorable. When two planets are sextile, they are linked together in a favorable way that supports cooperation. Read More »


The Quincunx

Aspect angle: 150 degrees Unavorable. When two planets form a quincunx, it's very difficult for them to get along and communicate with each other. Read More »


The Square

Aspect angle: 90 degrees Unfavorable. When two planets form a square, they create a hard right angle to each other, stressing one planet's energy against the other. Read More »


The Conjunction

Aspect angle: 0 - 8 degrees Favorable. When two planets form a conjunction, they are very close to each other in the sky, and are operating together as a team. Read More »


The Aspects

As planets move through the universe, they form angles to one another. These angles indicate the relationship between two planets and how they will work together. Read More »


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Iconology of the Lovers Cards

Introduction Six examples of the Lovers card have survived from the 15th/16th centuries (Figure 1). In the type B ordering, the Lovers cards are number seven.The imagery is quite consistent and shows a young couple with a cupid hovering above. One card shows three couples with two cupids. The last card (lower right) is a fragment but probably also had the typical Cupid above. Read More »


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