Sunday, November 3, 2013

Inconjunct synastry

Inconjuncts (aspects of 150 degrees) between a couple's chart positions are difficult to deal with. The quincunx in synastry makes me think of a seesaw with both parties sitting on one side, trying to get each other up by moving down. In a balanced position there is no fun at all. Depending on the nature of the aspects involved, there is a lack of balance in a certain area of the relationship. I take 2 degrees orb (very small) for the inconjunct. When it comes to signs you may as well take the whole sign as inconjunct (Aries-Scorpio, Aries-Virgo, Taurus-Sagittarius, Taurus-Libra, Gemini-Capricorn, Gemini-Scorpo, etc.) but you need to take into account that there ARE aspects contradicting this 'verdict'. For examples, see Astromarkt.

Please understand that it takes more than just one inconjunction to split you up! You don't NEED a quincunx to separate. 
The inconjunction simply says that it is hard to stay on each others' level and still enjoy the interaction. That is why I added this picture of a seesaw. Picture that… Try to climb up a seesaw and you will see how easy it is to slide down.

Also visit: for more inconjunct aspects. Due to Mercury R there are no pictures in that article...:(

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