Working with Planetary Pairs - with Rick Levine
Some planets seem to have natural pairings, such as the Sun (objective) and the Moon (subjective), or Mars (hot) and Saturn (cold). There also are pairs based on octaves, i.e., Neptune as the higher octave of Venus. In An Astrological Study of Psychological Complexes, Dane Rudhyar focused on the Jupiter-Mercury pairing. Each and every planetary pair has a story to tell as their threads are woven into a living tapestry. This week, we have a Jupiter-Uranus theme to explore. Together, we'll tell some tales of planetary pairings by looking at natal charts and transits.