Are You Predestined For A Lasting Love Bond?
Based upon French statistical research

Was He Born To Love You?

From an astrological point of view, some people are predestined to have an easier, more comfortable love life, while others seem to face turmoil, disruptions, toggle relationships, fights and what else.

Both kinds of relationships are meaningful, purposeful as they show different (often extreme) experiences that allow to develop and become more and more perfect over time (after many many lifetimes that is).

From reliable regression therapists we learn that we will all experience these extremes in one lifetime or another because we (our 'soul') only develop by experiencing such contrasts.

Experiencing a harmonious and lasting love bond this lifetime might bring a more turbulent love life in a future life or might have brought it in past lives already.

What this means is that you should not be jealous of someone having seemingly loving and harmonious lasting relationships this lifetime, nor judging someone who has a very tough, turbulent and/or destructive love life this time.

During our own soul's development, we will ALL, at one time or another, experience such extremes when it's our turn.

Because the natal horoscope shows or reflects our pre-birth contract, our 'natal promise' for this lifetime, it might give clues or indications how our love life will unfold.

Hence, it might not come as a surprise that certain astrological configurations in the natal horoscope are statistically often linked to experiencing a (very) long lasting love bond.

The quality of the long lasting love bond cannot be determined easily as this is a very subjective matter.

It's a HUGE misconception that long-lasting marriages must be happy ones.

That's not necessarily the case at all: people may stay together because of practical or financial or material reasons, or because of religious ones, or because of guilt or a lack of self-worth, or because of the children, or because of fear or...

Empirical and statistical research by the French astrologer Jacques Lapierre in the 1980s has shown that some planetary containments of Venus, planet of relationships and encounters, in the natal horoscope coincide with at least one (very) long-lasting love bond.

A planetary containment of Venus means that Venus is right in-between two other planets (the Sun and Moon count as planets as well), counting counter-clockwise or thus following the natural order of the zodiac signs.

In the example shown below, Venus is in-between Saturn and Pluto (counting counter-clockwise).

There are no other planets in-between Saturn at 11° Sagittarius and Venus at 17° Sagittarius, nor are there any planets between Venus and Pluto at 15° Gemini so that Venus is the only planet in-between Saturn and Pluto.

Venus in-between Saturn and Pluto

The following containments of Venus were found by Jacques Lapierre to statistically often indicate one long-lasting marriage or profound and meaningful love bond:

  • Venus in-between Uranus and Neptune
  • Venus in-between Saturn and Pluto (see the image above)
  • Venus in-between Jupiter and Pluto
  • Venus in-between Uranus and Jupiter
  • Venus in-between Pluto and Uranus

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