There is something that comes into being between people when they form a close association, something that makes each person act in ways that are unique to that particular combination. We call it chemistry, and it can be good or bad. But how can we put a finger on just what it is? Thanks to John Townley, there is a way. When he introduced the composite chart some twenty years ago, astrologers were given a key that unlocks the secret essence of any relationship. Now he presents the results of two decades of experience -- the definitive work on this powerful technique.
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Prior to the s synastry was the only game in town for relationship analysis. Synastry goes back to 1st and 2nd century, Dorotheus and Ptolemy, at least. Came out of the Hamburg School in Germany in the s. For some reason Ebertin attributes it to Bonatti, but it is not clear why. Understanding how and why midpoints work is key. Synastry compares the positions in two natal charts to each other.
Composite chart creates a third chart for the relationship as an entity. What do two people create when they come together? Composite chart uses intra-chart midpoints for the same planet, eg. Venus-Venus Composite as not a real chart that exists, but an artifact.
Not technically a horoscope or chart at all, in the strict sense. Does not reflect an actual chart with a time and location. An extrapolation from two charts. Davidson creates a chart for a location and date halfway between the natals. Ronald Davison First introduced Davison chart in synastry book in Very late in his career, thus probably not central to his work.
Advocates a physical basis for astrology. Work on Paul Kammerer and the concept of seriality. Listen to This Episode You can either play this episode of the podcast directly from the website or download it as an MP3 to your computer by using the buttons below:.
Composite Charts : The Astrology of Relationships
Composite Charts, with Originator John Townley