ASTROLOGY how do the planets influence us


ASTROLOGY how do the planets influence us

My interest is definitely long term, & has lasted for over 20 years now, it's something I love working with, as every chart or reading is so different.  Many of us know our Sun Sign, unless we're born on the cusp of 2 signs,  & probably our Chinese sign, maybe element, but personal Astrology is much more complex than that. 

Did you know that there are in total 144 Sun/Ascendant combinations, 144 Sun/Moon signs & 144 Chinese/Western sign combinations, so there are thousands of possibilities there alone.  That's before we begin to add all the other planets, nodes & aspects formed.

I hope everyone who joins enjoys this group, it will be fascinating to hear other people's views & input too.

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Astrology has always fascinated me, & I enjoy working with it, because every chart & reading is so different, & because it can teach us so much, I never stop learning all the time I work…Continue

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