Uranus represent change, liberation, and instability. In synastry, it can bring an exciting, yet chaotic energy to the relationship, and encourages both partners to embrace their uniqueness and individuality. At the same time, Uranus is unpredictable and chaotic, which might not suit those who enjoy stability in their relationships.
In this article, we go over how Uranus expresses itself when it aspect to another person’s planets. Keep reading to learn more!
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When someone’s Uranus is conjunct your Uranus, you are around the same age! Uranus takes 84 years to orbit the Sun, so you also share this aspect with people who are that much older than you. This aspect indicates you reinforce each other’s uniqueness and individuality in whatever area your Uranus represents.
For example, if I have Uranus in my 11th house, it means I attract eccentric, unique friends. Someone’s Uranus in this house means they might be one of my unique friends, or may introduce me to other friends like them.
Uranus sextile or trine someone else’s Uranus indicates an appreciation for each other’s uniqueness and individuality. The two of you have a mutual respect for each other’s ‘out-there’ ideas and give each other plenty of space.
Uranus square or opposite someone else’s Uranus can be problematic, particularly if Uranus features strongly in each of their charts. This aspect indicates the two partners are very different when it comes to independence, uniqueness, individuality, and freedom.
For example, my Uranus is in Sagittarius seeks ‘freedom’ through travel, philosophy, and being as independent as possible. If my partner had Uranus in Pisces, this mean they seek ‘freedom’ through spirituality, arts, and helping others.
As a result, there may be a feeling of ‘getting in each other’s way’ when each person wants to express their individuality; Sagittarius wants to travel and roam, while Pisces wants to meditate and connect with their inner world. It is difficult for these two to find a way for them both to express their individuality and freedom when they are with each other.
You must look at what house Uranus rules in each person’s chart to assess these aspects properly. For example, if Uranus rules one person’s 7th house, a square from another person’s Uranus could spell trouble for the couple. The couple may not be able to commit to each other or settle down into a predictable or stable relationship due to this aspect.
When someone’s Uranus is conjunct your Neptune, an exciting, spiritual relationship is indicated. The Uranus person awakens the Neptune person’s intuitive powers, and shows Neptune new and innovative ways of harnessing their compassion and spirituality. The Neptune person provides understanding and compassion for Uranus’ uniqueness and individuality, and is charmed by Uranus’ quirky and eccentric nature.
Uranus sextile or trine someone else’s Neptune indicates a relationship full of spiritual connection and understanding. The Uranus person helps the Neptune person innovate their spiritual world, while the Neptune person provides compassion and understanding to the Uranus person.
Uranus square or opposite someone else’s Neptune can be problematic. This aspect indicates the Uranus person has a very disruptive effect on Neptune’s realm of spirituality, dreams, and compassion. At the same time, the Uranus person feels the Neptune person is too idealistic.
When Neptune wants to be dreamy and spiritual with the Uranus person, Uranus might want to rebel, which may make the Neptune person feel they cannot rely on the Uranus person. When the Uranus person wants to display their uniqueness and individuality, they might not find understanding or support with the Neptune person. Both partners may feel the other doesn’t understand the other.
You must look at what house Uranus and Neptune rule in their respective charts to assess these aspects properly. For example, if Neptune rules one person’s 7th house, a square from another person’s Uranus could spell trouble for the couple. The couple may not be able to commit to each other or settle down into a predictable or stable relationship due to this aspect.
When someone’s Uranus is conjunct your Pluto, an explosive relationship is indicated. Uranus and Pluto are both outer planets, but their energies differ greatly. Uranus represents freedom, uniqueness, individuality, raw genius and progress, while Pluto represents control, intensity, intimacy, transformation, and death. In combination, this aspect could lead to a powerfully exciting relationship, but could also lead to explosive arguments and power struggles.
At first, the Uranus person feels their Uranian qualities intensified by the Pluto person, while the Pluto person find the Uranus person exciting and inspiring. However, over time, these two may become irritated with each other. Uranus might not like the way Pluto tries to control the way they express their uniquess, while Pluto may find the Uranus person unreliable and difficult to control.
Uranus sextile or trine someone else’s Pluto indicates an exciting and transformative relationship. These two encourage each other’s strengths and uniquess, and find innovated ways to connect more deeply with each other.
Uranus square or opposite someone else’s Pluto can be problematic. Much like the conjunction, this aspect can bring about issues about control vs. freedom. The Uranus person in this case may feel very ‘caged in’ by the Pluto person, and does not appreciate Pluto’s attempts to change or transform the way they express their uniqueness or individuality.
The Pluto person wants to merge and connect deeply with the Uranus person, but feels the Uranus person is too unreliable and unpredictable to do so. Pluto requires complete and utter commitment and loyalty, which is not something Uranus can give.
You must look at what house Uranus and Pluto rule in their respective charts to assess these aspects properly. For example, if Pluto rules one person’s 7th house, a square from another person’s Uranus could spell trouble for the couple. The couple may not be able to commit to each other or settle down into a predictable or stable relationship due to this aspect.
Another example: If Uranus rules someone’s 1st house, and Pluto makes a square to it, the Pluto person may try to control or transform the way the Uranus person’s appearance in some way.
Uranus-North Node Synastry
This aspect is a very interesting one. The North Node person shares this aspect with most people around the Node person’s age, but it does not mean the aspect is insignificant.
Uranus in conjunction to another person’s North Node shows the Uranus’ person’s individuality, uniqueness, and raw genius help bring the North Node person closer to their true path in life. The North Node shows the qualities we need to develop in this life, as opposed to the South Node which shows the qualities that are already developed and ingrained within us. The North Node feels uncomfortable; it is outside of our comfort zone, so it can feel quite scary.
Uranus has a very abrupt and erratic energy, so the North Node person may feel a lot of progress very suddenly and unexpectedly. The Uranus person is like a guru who brings the Node person closer to their true purpose.
For example, say your North Node is in your 1st house. In this life, the North Node is calling on you to embrace your individuality and focus on yourself, rather than being dependent on partnerships and relationships. If someone’s Uranus is on your North Node, the Uranus person might inspire you to radically change your appearance and embrace what makes you unique. It may feel weird for you to focus on yourself and your needs so much, but the Uranus person’s energy makes it hard for you to say no.
Uranus-South Node Synastry
This aspect indicates a past life connection that was rather unstable or unpredictable. The South Node person shares this aspect with most people around the Node person’s age, but it does not mean the aspect is insignificant.
Uranus on another person’s South Node indicates the couple feel very familiar with each other, as they have met in a past life. The Uranus person probably entered the South Node person’s life suddenly and unexpectedly. The South Node person may feel a sense of liberation or freedom in the relationship with the Uranus person, as the Uranus person encourages the South Node person to look at themselves in a new way.
At the same time, this relationship may feel very unstable and ungrounded, given Uranus’ unpredictable energy. Though this relationship may start and end very abruptly, the lessons they learn from each other last a lifetime. As with all South Node connections, this relationship may begin to feel draining for both partners. The South Node tends to ‘feed’ on any planet that touches it, so the Uranus person may eventually become drained, while the Node person may feel held back.
For example, if your South Node is in your 7th house, it means you concentrated a lot on the needs of others in the past, and in this life, you are called on to embrace independence and individuality. Someone’s Uranus on your 7th house South Node brings a familiar energy to you; you are used to putting energy into your relationships and considering other people’s needs.
Your Uranus person brings an exciting energy to your relationship sector, and may even help you learn new and innovative ways of having a relationship. However, the relationship might be quite erratic and unpredictable over time, which might be quite draining for the 7th house person, as they do not feel they can rely on the Uranus person. The Uranus person may feel a ‘pull’ towards the South Node person, but may also eventually feel drained, leading to a rebellion and subsequent break up.
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