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Llewellyn.com - Astro Update - June 2011

Working with the Composite Chart
by Amy Herring


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 relationship is established, for better or worse, it can seem to take on a life of its own! What you and another person create together can sometimes be very different from your own natures or even what you’d imagined the two of you would be like together. So how does one go about creating and interpreting a composite chart? Amy Herring, astrologer and author of Astrology of the Moon, explains.

June Notable Titles
Composite Charts, by John TownleyComposite Charts
by John Townley

Discover the Secret Heart of Any Relationship

We all know that relationships seem to have a life of their own. There is something that comes into being between people when they form a close association, something that makes each person act in ways that are unique to that particular combination. We call it chemistry, and it can be good or bad. But how can we put a finger on just what it is?

Thanks to John Townley, there is a way. When he introduced the composite chart some twenty years ago, astrologers were given a key that unlocks the secret essence of any relationship. Now he presents the results of two decades of experience—the definitive work on this powerful technique. You will learn:
  • How to construct a composite chart
  • How to synthesize natal, synastry, and composite charts
  • Positive and negative planetary placements
  • The effect of the composite ascendant
  • Composite house placements and aspects
  • How astrology is verified by current scientific thought
Townley's fully developed interpretations of all the chart factors will provide a solid foundation for any astrologer who wants to shed light on one of the most popular (and most demanding) applications of astrology.

Synastry, by Rod Suskin
Synastry
by Rod Suskin

Astrology of Intimacy, Sexuality & Relationship by Noel Tyl

Astrology & Relationships, by David Pond




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