Author(s): Sarah Bartlett
Discover the truth about you and your partner with this guide to synastry--the astrological art of relationship compatibility! Why do we attract certain people to us, and why are we attracted to them? What planetary influence is going on when we first meet? Answer these questions with Relationship Astrology. Written for beginners and intermediate star-gazers alike, this in-depth guide to synastry (the astrological art of relationship compatibility determined by the comparison of two charts) includes all you need to know to set up an affinity chart between you and another. You'll be privy to interpretations for every combination of planets, rising signs, and elemental energies to work out your affinity with a new admirer, lover, or current partner. The book explores relationships from both a psychological and also mysteriously "fated" angle by examining affinity charts. The chart reveals important information, such as emotional needs, issues around sex or power, and whether the relationship is purely physical or primed for long-term love. You'll learn how Venus, Mars, and the asteroid Eros define your sexual compatibility. You'll read up on how Saturn signifies long-term commitment, often binding us to our mate in ways that have nothing to do with physical or romantic attraction. From dizzy infatuation to sexual desire to long-term commitment or breakup, the Relationship Astrology guide reveals everything about relating and how to make your relationships work. Whether you're already in love, still searching for a match, or in a long-term twosome, this book promises to help you discover the truth about you and a lover or partner.
Sarah Bartlett is the author of several spiritual and occult books, including the bestselling 'Tarot Bible' and the 'Essential Guide to Psychic Powers.' An astrologer for many women's magazines such as UK Cosmopolitan, She, Spirit and Destiny, and the London Evening Standard, Sarah currently contributes to BBC Radio 2 show, Steve Wright in the Afternoon, as well as to www.theastrologyroom.com, of which she is a founding member. She has recently written 'Supernatural Places' for National Geographic, and 'The Afterlife Bible' for Octopus. Dividing her time between London and the south of France, Sarah teaches and practices astrology, tarot, Wicca and other occult arts.