"Relationships, especially marital relationships, take time to develop and time to unravel. Relationships simply don't begin fully formed nor does a relationship suddenly shift from a state of solid commitment to disregard and even contempt. Rather, the formation or disintegration of a relationship is a process and to a large degree is dependent on each person's attitude toward marriage and their individual karma.
"The Davison horoscope (sometimes called the Relationship horoscope) is set up for the midpoint between two birth dates, times, and places. The birth date midpoint is difficult to calculate by hand because a year isn’t even. It has 365 1/4 days. And then, of course, there is the matter of leap years. But don’t worry. There are several computer programs to do the math for you."
"According to traditional teachings, there are two elements respectively that fit well together, while the other combinations are more difficult. Fire and air are considered to be masculine elements that are related to each other and harmonize well, as do the feminine elements of earth and water.
Popular astrological partnership predictions, usually follow this simple basic pattern. It’s obvious that we can get along well with the signs of the same element. After all, we are in our own element with them, which means we look at the world in the same way."
"Astrological intelligence always knew of the link between our other halves, the sibling, the partner and the friend. In the territory of the houses of relationship we experience the patterns of relating that shape our adult quest for the soul mate. In this article Brian Clark explores the houses of relationship, the third hose of the sibling, the seventh house of the partner and the eleventh house of the friend. This article was published in the FAA Journal."
"By the age of 40, we’re often more capable of authentic and compassionate relating than we were when we were young. We know ourselves better, and we know what suits us in a relationship. But it’s not always straightforward to find a new love or to sustain an existing one.
"Friendships are a crucial part of every life, to a greater or lesser degree, depending on our temperament and life circumstances. Even a hermit has a friend of some kind or another, and many of us have hundreds of friends during the course of our lives. In this article, I’m going to discuss the astrology of friendship, including the meaning of the 11th house, other houses involved in friendship, the friendship styles of the signs, how we can see friendship in the chart, and the nature of synastry between the charts of friends."
"When you meet the person that you feel is the love of your life, doesn’t the sun shine more brightly? The woes of the world lessen and fade back into the mists that surround everything except that person and you? And if that same person should depart, the opposite happens and as you slide into a puddle on the floor you ask "Why me? Why did he/she hurt me so?"
What can we learn from this?
"Some of the most common questions asked of an astrologer are "When will I find love?" and "When will I marry?"
The answer, as is the case with any kind of prediction, is not clear-cut. In fact, it can be downright complicated.
"Astrology is a tool to explore the dynamics of interpersonal relationships. Astrological counseling can help to validate and enhance a great relationship, or to improve or release a bad relationship. Astrological factors can give clues to analyze current and upcoming situations, and also to help you create the quality of relationships you desire by understanding yourself and honoring diversity."
"This page is dedicated to the planets and how they express themselves in love and relationships. I've divided the planets (including the luminaries and Chiron, which I am referring to as 'planets' for simplicities sake) into the Inner Planets, Outer Planets, and Karmic Planets."