Apr 23, 2016 · (3) The Ascendant is not a planet. It is our social mask. BUT when our Sun or Moon or Venus or Mars is conjunct the other person's Ascendant or Descendant, there is a strong lasting "resonance" between how they act and how we respond. This is bond suitable for a long-term relationship. These are synastry overlay interpretations for the Sun in the partner’s 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th houses. (See instead: Sun overlays in 8th–12th houses.) Sun in 1st House Synastry Overlay. The Sun in the partner’s first house of a synastry overlay creates a familiar feeling between the two of you. A persons planet conjunct the Vertex (no more than 5° - the closer to 0° the more prominent the connection). The persons planet involved in the synastry conjunction will give further details to the energies they bring out of you and give back. The Vertex person feels the most significant provocation from these contacts.
Mercury conjunct Jupiter: This is a very positive configuration to have in student/teacher relationships. The Jupiter person has the effect of expanding the perceptions of the Mercury individual and can be a very effective teacher. May 19, 2014 · Mars the God of sex and war meets Pluto God of intense desires and passions of the soul. These aspects are intense, passionate and explosive at times. Unless there is a slight age gap the Mars person will probably have their Mars in aspect to their own Pluto.