Midpoints add nuance, detail, and depth to your astrological interpretations. Yet some astrologers shy away from this valuable analysis, perhaps daunted by the sheer volume of measurements involved.
Don McBroom offers an easy approach to midpoints for professionals and individuals. You'll learn how to single out the most significant midpoint pictures and interpret them. McBroom explores many focal points-including the Sun/Moon midpoint, which defines core values. Midpoint significance is illuminated in examples based on the birth charts of Walt Disney, Meryl Streep, Thomas Edison, Steven Spielberg, Janis Joplin, and many other historical and contemporary icons.
By integrating these dynamic planetary relationships into your natal chart analysis, you'll uncover exciting characteristics that will enrich your overall interpretation.
Most people are familiar with the concept of compatibility in astrology. "I’m an Aries, he’s a Cancer; are we a good match?" Person A’s astrological chart is then compared to Person B’s chart to determine how easy or difficult it will be to get along, understand each other, and have great sex. Then much giggling or moaning commences upon looking at each chart overlaid on the other. Once a...
Nothing causes your heart to beat faster than a powerful romantic or sexual relationship! Astrologers get more questions about romance than just about anything else, so you need the best techniques to analyze charts with partnerships in mind. In this column you can read about three different facets of astrology that you can use to explore relationships—past, present, and future. Not an astrologer? Skip to the section on Ex-Relationships.
People are going through their mid life crises earlier than in past decades. This is partly due to the fact that some planets have been moving a bit faster than usual in recent years. Normally, things start to heat up around age 40-42, but recently ...
Color is introduced to create and enhance experiences beginning in children's infancy. New parents choose nursery colors with baby's development and comfort in mind. In preschool, we learn the colors, experiment with crayons and paints, and tend to gravitate toward our favorites. From the purple sunset to well-worn blue jeans to that certain shade... read this article