To answer the question when to marry, we analyzed numerous horoscopes for (statistically) significant indications and configurations that point to a marriage.
This page is not about finding the most appropriate and auspicious time to get married (this topic is discussed on our wedding setting date page), but it's about the FACTUAL dates/timing people actually do marry.
On this page, we publish our findings, based upon different astrological methods.
This way, you may be able to find out in your own horoscope when to marry. For the moment, we researched three methods:
We will update this page every time new significant results come up.
If you want to know how we conduct our research, click here.
We analyzed 546 solar return charts calculated for the year of marriage.
At first, we did not take into account the gender of the person involved, so we incorporated the solar return charts for both men and women looking for common astrological signatures pointing to a marriage.
Actually, we did not find too much significant results in the solar return charts. The ones that stand out are listed below.
The results changed completely when we split our research group into male and female horoscopes!
Below, we list these significant preliminary findings found in ALL 546 solar return charts calculated for the year of marriage of both men and women.
If you want to read the significant results, found in female horoscopes only, click here.
If you want to read the significant results, found in male horoscopes only, click here.
If you want to know how we conduct our astrological research click here.
Our Preliminary Findings in the Solar Returns (configurations in bold are highly significant and found over and over again):
Taking into account the TNP's (Trans-Neptunian Planets) and midpoints we found some very significant signatures when we compared a first sample of 163 solar return charts with another group of 680 (!) solar return charts for the years of childbirth.
In at least five solar return charts of the 163 charts calculated for the marriage years of men and women, we found the following combinations (= astrological signatures) that could NOT be found IN ANY of the 680 solar return charts calculated for childbirth years:
The table below will make it more clear:
|Astrological signature||# found in 163 solar returns of marriage||# found in 680 solar returns of childbirth|
|Mars in the Venus/Kronos midpoint (8th Harmonic or 45° dial; orb 1°) AND Vulcanus in the Mars/Jupiter midpoint (12th Harmonic or 30° dial; orb 1°)|
|Juno in the Pallas/Mean Moon's Node midpoint (8th Harmonic or 45° dial; orb 1°) AND Jupiter in the Juno/Kronos midpoint (12th Harmonic or 30° dial; orb 1°)|
|the Moon in the Mars/Kronos midpoint (12th Harmonic or 30° dial; orb 1°) AND Mars in the Moon/Kronos midpoint (12th Harmonic or 30° dial; orb 1°)|
Clearly, these astrological signatures, found in the solar return charts of both males and females, seem to point to marriage!
Irrespective of the gender, we also analyzed the progressed charts of men and women for their date of marriage.
This way, we are able to answer the question when to marry in reality.
During our research, we were struck by the importance of the "Arabic Parts."
Some Arabic Parts that is.
We found the following Arabic Parts most important:
We took the modern rulers into account (for example, Uranus rules Aquarius).
What did we find? A marriage takes place during the following progressions (one day for a year with the solar arc in RA):
ALL the above listed aspects have to be EXACT (so, a correct time of birth is mandatory).
Also, in male charts, we have found a man to marry when the progressed Ascendant trines his natal Moon.
In many instances men also seem to marry when the (direct or converse) progressed Sun and (direct or converse) progressed Venus are exactly conjunct.
In a female chart, we have found women to marry when her progressed Ascendant is opposite her progressed Moon.
In many instances women also seem to marry when the (direct or converse) progressed Sun and (direct or converse) progressed Mars are conjunct or build an exact aspect.
To be continued for sure.
After reading about the Tertiary Directions, discovered by the German astrologer E. H. Troinski, the Danish astrologer, Sven Frederik Fischer Svensson, wanted to know if this method could accurately predict one's marriage.
He made a lifetime investigation to find out scientiffically that beyond a doubt the Tertiary Directions I were accurate indeed.
He found that the Sun-Venus conjunction with an orb of 11° in the Tertiary Directions I (using the mean solar day after birth) proves to be a significant indicator for a marriage.
The applicative (applying) conjunction is the most powerful.
The Sun-Venus conjunction is found more often in a male nativity during the year of marriage though.
For females, aside from the Sun-Venus conjunction, you must also pay attention to a close Sun-Mars conjunction.
In our opinion, you should also take into account the converse directions.
It's found that converse directions and progressions seem to work more openly.
Alphee Lavoie, astrologer and Director of the Research Department of the N.C.G.R. (National Council of Geocosmic Research) uses both the direct and converse Tertiary Directions to forecast events accurately to the day.
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