Saturn Trine Ascendant Synastry
part of Synastry
This aspect shows a Harmonic influence, which means that it presents similarities, opportunities to share and compatible behavioral patterns. There is a sense of understanding, ability to adapt and support each other.
This aspect shows a Karmic Influence, which means that it presents controversial connections, a bond despite tensions, hardship of letting go.
The weight of this aspect ranges from Supplemental to Important depending on the orb. In exact orbis this aspect ranks on our importance scale in the second most important group of influences (from five) and is rated behind Very Important as an Important influence. However in most cases it's orb will be wider and it will be ranked as Relevant or Supplemental.
An Important influence forms the basic setup of a relationship, it is strongly felt and will be quick to manifest. These influences show where immediate sympathy or antipathy forms.
A Relevant influence is part of the basic setup of the relationship, it is often felt on it's own and frequently manifests in shared situations, but is seldomly capable to break or hold a relationship together on it's own.
A Supplemental influence is part of the peripheral experiences of the couple, it manifests in some shared situations and is mostly part of a pool of possible aiding or conflicting potentials.
To read more about Synastry Aspect Categories go here.
Key Features from our Relationship Horoscope Report:
The male partner helps the female partner to mature which deepens their relationship. He teaches her to be more responsible and careful which usually results in her greater temperance. Usually stable and sober connection.
Note: The Key Features are adapted to identify the male and female partner based on form input.
More Saturn synastry aspects to Ascendant:
- Saturn Conjunction Ascendant
- Saturn Sextile Ascendant
- Saturn Square Ascendant
- All Saturn Influences
- All Synastry Aspects
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