Astrologer Julie Demboski, notes that you must pay particular attention to the placements of the Moon, Mars, and Chiron, among other big players, to truly get a handle on what you need in order to be successful. Calling all future Mark Zuckerbergs: be sure to read this one!
An insight into both present-day and past-life connections, the Moon can help us tap into our soul memories if we correctly interpret interchart compatibility (or synastry). The possibilities are endless, and Sioux Rose is here to make sense of all our partnerships—past and present!
Centuries ago, a philosophy existed that combined the lore of the Greco-Roman Empire, Persian/Iranian religious teachings, and the symbology of astrology. Astrologer Elizabeth Rozan promises to enlighten us about this ancient wisdom in this piece that is both universal and historic, and deeply personal for the author.
Wendell C. Perry has simplified synastry (the art of comparing the charts of two people) by reducing it to five indicators of a successful union, including a look at the planets that represent our wants (Mars and Venus) and those bodies that represent our needs (the Sun and Moon); there is no secret love potion for finding (and keeping) a mate, but paying attention to these placements can certainly help. For illuminating answers to the question of what vocation best suits your personality, astrologer Bob Makransky offers a unique perspective on what the four personal planets (Mercury, Venus, Mars, and the Moon) in oriental appearance (rising just before the Sun) can tell you about your career skills, preferences, and aptitudes.