The astrocartography of others in your life can impact you in ways you never expected.
In the same way that our natal chart often resonates with the charts of singers, writers, or artists we most admire, we see a similar pattern play out with astrocartography. In the case of relocated charts, we may not connect with someone until both parties have relocated. How fascinating!
As I shared recently, I am still friends with a Swansea University student from way back in 2002. He and his family live in Udine, close to where my Moon conjuncts my Ascendant. Hilariously, he also happens to be a Leo!
There’s a similar pattern with my male Swiss friend who I met in 2007 while working in the Dzogchen Beara Buddhist Retreat Centre near Allihies, in West Cork! He subsequently went to university in St Gallen where Chiron quintiles my Descendant – a line that signifies gentle healing in my chart. We bonded over a joint love of music, and some years later I twice organised a week’s tour of Ireland for the youth orchestra he was involved with.
And near Zurich my Moon line trines my Descendant, so while I was working as a nanny/housekeeper/cook in Zurich during the winter of 2014, we did indeed reconnect, again – through music. We have recently reconnected again through a joint love of sailing. And yes, he’s a Leo as well!
The transits that you and others are going through play a large part as the person wishing to relocate is the person carrying the most energy.
So, when you are looking at how others in your life impact you, don’t just look at your synastry or composite charts. Or simply both your transit charts. Be bold and have a good in-depth look at their relocated charts, the astrocartography of where they were born and where they now live.
Maybe you don’t resonate with where they live now, maybe the resonance and connection is around where they were originally born.
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