Apr 132011
 

This blog begins with a love synastry case directly from Aren Ober’s confidential cosmobiology files and is further explored in her book, Midpoint Synastry Simplified.

How do you find love? That’s the question, this forty-something year old asked during her cosmobiology consultation. She was desperate for guidance and had been through multiple lovers. Yet, she still was seeking that special fulfillment and feeling of belonging.

As you’ll see in her synastry analysis, a better question would be: how could she expect anything but diminishing returns from these relationships?

 

Midpoint Astrology and Cosmobiology
Synastry Midpoints
Illustration Modified from: Midpoint Synastry Simplified, 2nd Edition by Aren Ober, Copyright © 2009 All rights reserved

Let’s first examine her chart using basic astrological principles and then compare with cosmobiology and synastry.
Her natal chart shows both the Sun and Moon in Capricorn. As we know from astrology, the sun represents self-expression or the spirit and vitality of the person while the moon relates to her emotional well-being and personality.

Capricorn is the sign of ambition and endurance. With these two planets positioned in this sign, combined with her many planets in fixed signs, it’s easy to see why she was focused on achieving goals and striving for advancement.

Let’s look further with a comparison to her lover: She had great respect for this man. He was successful in his career and well-positioned on the corporate ladder. He commanded a large salary and his firm routinely flew him about the country so that he could meet and negotiate with other large firms.

They had a turbulent relationship with great arguments attacking one another. Sometimes these were fun, mostly not. Consider the two midpoints they shared: Mars to Mercury and Mercury to Mars. Yes, these were reciprocal midpoints between their charts.

Mercury represents the mind and communication while Mars means force, ambition, and sexual energy.

Since these cosmobiology midpoints were in both charts, the interpretation is that each partner will challenge one another’s thinking often quite vigorously and forcefully. This is exactly what happened; they would have intense conversations ranging from everyday ordinary topics to more complicated personal issues.

Had this midpoint occurred in only one of their charts, then Mars naturally would be the attacker and challenge Mercury’s thinking, communication, and even philosophies.

Stay tuned for the next issue when we examine more deeply some of the personal sides of their relationship.

We’ll see whether her actions will bring her the satisfaction and contentment that she so desperately seeks.

Material excerpted and modified from Midpoint Synastry Simplified, 2nd edition, by Aren Ober Copyright © 2009-2011 Aren Ober All Rights Reserved