Relationships and Astrology
Photo: Charles Pfeil
Having grown up in a seriously dysfunctional home, I wondered about relationships from an early age. I hadn't seen any positive models of happy relationships in my youth, and thus in my twenties, I became intrigued with astrology because synastry seemed to explain relationships better than anything else.
The definition of synastry from this site is: "The astrological technique of comparing natal horoscopes to gain insight into the strengths and weaknesses inherent in the relationship that exists between the individuals involved."
I began studying relationships with synastry. Then I graduated into studying relationships using the composite chart method. The definition of a composite chart from this site: Composite chart: "Two individual charts which are merged to form one. It shows the relationship between the individuals whose charts are combined."
Then a fellow astrologer introduced me to Magi Astrology which took relationship analysis using astrology to a new level. I bought their software and began studying relationships using their information.
But it wasn't long before I discovered another way to study relationships, and this way used regular playing cards, so I purchased the book Love Cards by Robert Camp and learned about relationships using this method.
Now I have a few tools to weed the good from the bad when it comes to relationships, and believe me, I use my tools all the time. If you're in my life, you've been thoroughly checked-out!