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144 degrees. Harmonious. It takes on similar traits as a Trine, but not as strong or prominent.

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72 degrees. Harmonious. It takes on similar traits as a Sextile, but not as strong or prominent.

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Also called Quincunx. 150 degrees. This is a neutral position. It falls between a Trine and an Opposition, and can take on similar features as either.

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135 degrees. Disharmonious. Similar effects of an Opposition, but not as strong or prominent.

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45 degrees. Disharmonious. Similar effects of a Square, but not as strong or prominent.

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Difference between Opposition and Square

Squares create tension that demand action, and Oppositions tend to seek out relationships with others to work out tension. Oppositions usually occur with compatible elements, whereas Square occur in “incompatible” elements. 

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Difference between Sextile and Trine

Both are “easy” aspects, and represent two functions working smoothly together. Trines are so natural they often go unnoticed, whereas Sextiles are overt. The Trine’s expression is very natural and automatic, while energies of the Sextile can be drawn upon if needed. With Trines, the energies tend to flow naturally into constructive channels, whereas with Sextiles, a conscious effort is needed to push energies into productive directions.

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180 degree aspect, a “hard” aspect. Often, oppositions cause us to swing from one side to the other and feel torn between options and even different sides of ourselves. Oppositions represent a state of divided loyalties, and inner discontent, uncertainty, and insecurity can be a result. While a Square is urgent and courageous, and Opposition is unsure and wavering. People with oppositions seek out others, as if to mirror their own internal struggles. They learn about themselves through interactions with others. Oppositions allow us to see the other side and therefore be skilled negotiators.

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60 degree aspect, an “easy” aspect. Sextiles, like Trines, point to some talent and ease. However, Sextiles are the stronger of the two. While Trines come so easily people that they may need to be reminded of said talents or tendencies, Sextiles are a little more overt to the native. These are talents we appreciate in ourselves, and are often inclined to strive towards improvement. Sextiles point to energies that are capable of being directed, and reveal the potential for intelligent use of those energies.

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90 degree aspect, a “hard” aspect. Represents internal conflict. The Square creates tension between the planets and points involved. Tension is necessary to simulate action, but too much tension creates stress. The planets involved in a Square are acting at cross purposes, as very different energies strike one another perpendicularly. However, Squares do force us out of smugness and help us get the ball rolling. Squares are usually most difficult when we are young, as they force us to grow and learn our lessons.

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120 degree aspect, an “easy aspect.” These planets are supporting one another. They allow us to accept others and situations. The talents that Trines offer are often so natural to us that they go unnoticed, and often aren’t truly appreciated and therefore remain undeveloped. However, these talents are thoroughly second nature to us and completely natural.

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Zero degree aspect, a “neutral’ aspect, as it can be good or bad – the nature of the planets are doubled, so both the positive and negative traits and increased. The energies are united, and are blended, and therefor act together. The closer they are to conjunction, the more subjective these energies are. They have a difficult time acknowledging each other as separate or distinct, which can cause them to act as a blind spot in some cases.

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Each Aspect has an indicated “Orb,” which means allowance of variance. In other words, there’s a certain amount of wiggle room, if the angle isn’t exactly to the degree each Aspect indicates. What that means is if your Moon is in 23° Pisces and your Venus  is in 4° Virgo, they are not in Opposition, because they are 160° apart.

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The “Easy” aspects are:

Sextile, Trine, Quintile, and Biquintile.

These Aspects imply harmonious relations between the planets.

The “Hard” aspects are:

Square, Opposition, Semisquare, Sesquisquare,

These Aspects imply discordant relations between the planets.

Conjunction, Semisextile, and Inconjunct are “neutral,” as they can manifest both negatively and positively, depending on the planets, signs, houses, and other factors. 

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The Major Aspects are:

Conjunction, Sextile, Square, Trine, and Opposition.

These are also called the “Ptolemic Aspects,” as they are the original 5 he proposed.

The Minor Aspects are:

Semisquare, Sesquisquare, Semisextil, Quintile, Biquintile, and Inconjunct.

These are modern developments for further analyzation. They tend to be less effective in the chart than the Major Aspects.

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