Soul Mate Astrology: How to Find and Keep Your Ideal Mate Through the Wisdom of the Stars Paperback – 24 Sep 2004
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Any magazine can tell you which sun signs match up. Pisces and Scorpio is an ideal match, but how about when a Pisces falls for a Sagittarius, or worse, an Aries? All is not lost. In this ground-breaking book, best-selling author and astrologer Trish MacGregor not only reveals the compatibilities of your sun sign, she uses the nodes of the moon to divulge: The hidden compatibilities between you and your lover; The secrets of your past love lives; Who you're attracted to vs. who you should be attracted to; How you relate to each other in your relationship; The strengths and challenges of your relationship; How you can evolve as a couple while still fulfilling your own respective individual potentials; With Soul Mate Astrology, you'll learn everything you need to know about you and your love life, so you can truly live happily ever after - with a little help from the heavens!
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So I am anxious to give it a thorough read and review so that the author can revise the book to help people that want to find and keep their ideal mate through the wisdom of the stars to actually do so!
Based on the fact that she got so much of the basics wrong, I really wouldn't have high hopes of keeping my sig other based on her advice.
With regard to Sun and node, I've read that it is the South Node connection that can give a "familiar feeling" most often. But when assessing the exact nature of that "familiarity" the complete charts must be assessed.
In sum, basic ideas gotten totally wrong!