Who ever loved that loved not at first sight? — Shakespeare
A happily married man abruptly leaves his wife of five years for a woman he briefly met at work. He is quickly divorced and begins a new relationship. What happened?
Marriage can be a fragile union and you might dismiss this as a passing fling for a man just entering his forties. But this union lasted 12 years and included a proud family that was warmly fulfilled with six children.
While the tabloids talk of disenchantment and divorce between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, the astrological planets tell a much different story. Could things have been different?
Synastry is the unique study of relationships — the potent scientific comparison of the actions and reactions the planets have upon two people.
The couple shares 15 synastry Moon midpoints between their charts while he only had 6 synastry midpoints and many of them quite weak, in common with Jennifer Aniston. Sheer numbers are important, but the nature of their many midpoint connections tells us even more.
Angelina once said in an interview that she immediately sensed a profound emotional bond with Brad when they met. She didn’t have to say anything — their astrological midpoints reveal a sincere and deep-rooted union.
The moon is the planet of emotions and deep attachments; Brad has an amazing ten Moon midpoints (and Venus since his Moon conjuncts Venus in his Cosmobiology and natal charts) to Angelina’s planets while she has five to his. Interestingly, he shares only five Moon-Venus synastry aspects with Aniston while she has none with him.
Let’s look at some of his vital Moon-Venus midpoints and read the interpretations below. You can see that Brad’s Moon-Venus combo brings much love, harmony, and balance to Angelina’s life. No one knows the final outcome of this union but these aspects offer a lasting opportunity.
Brad Pitt Angelina Jolie Moon Aspects
Moon-Venus —— Venus/Saturn
Moon-Venus —— Jupiter/Saturn
Moon-Venus —— Jupiter/Uranus
Moon-Venus —— Saturn/Uranus
Here's a visual of their midpoint interactions. Click here for some of the more potent midpoints with the slower moving planets! Pitt-Jolie part two