Vector marriage

Nowa­days, many peo­ple have a habit of start­ing the day by read­ing the astro fore­cast. Few peo­ple seri­ous­ly believe in it, but just in case, they rejoice if the fore­cast promis­es some­thing good. But astrologers not only make us hap­py, they also warn of seri­ous trou­bles. Here, for exam­ple, is a vec­tor mar­riage. On the one hand, mar­riage is won­der­ful, but on the oth­er hand, the incom­pre­hen­si­ble word “vec­tor” fright­ens. Let’s see what threat­ens such cou­ples and why astrologers unan­i­mous­ly say that vec­tor mar­riage is a seri­ous test.

What is vector marriage?

Before under­stand­ing the fea­tures of rela­tion­ships in a vec­tor mar­riage, it is worth under­stand­ing what it is in gen­er­al — a vec­tor mar­riage. There is a so-called vec­tor ring, made up of the signs of the east­ern horo­scope. The order of the signs can be seen in the pic­ture. And the mean­ing is this: each of the signs has 2 neigh­bor­ing ones and the one on the right (we move clock­wise) is a ser­vant sign, and on the left is the mas­ter. For exam­ple, the “Drag­on” in mar­riage with the “Boar” will be a ser­vant, and in alliance with the “Cat” — the mas­ter. That is, in vec­tor pairs, rela­tions will nev­er be equal, some­one will def­i­nite­ly dom­i­nate. But this is not so scary, you say, so what is the dan­ger of such a rela­tion­ship?

Why is vector marriage dangerous?

Ordi­nary rela­tion­ships devel­op grad­u­al­ly, peo­ple get to know each oth­er bet­ter, lit­tle by lit­tle they get clos­er. In vec­tor cou­ples, every­thing hap­pens dif­fer­ent­ly — the part­ners lit­er­al­ly “blow the roof”, they do not pay any atten­tion to the words of rel­a­tives and friends who notice that some­thing strange is hap­pen­ing. The thing is that vec­tor part­ners lit­er­al­ly break open each oth­er’s pro­tec­tive field, every­thing hap­pens instant­ly.

See also
Civil marriage - concept, pros and cons, how to arrange?

On the one hand, there seems to be noth­ing wrong — we quick­ly estab­lished con­tact, saved time on get­ting to know each oth­er and were able to imme­di­ate­ly enjoy pas­sion. But such eupho­ria pass­es quick­ly, leav­ing behind dev­as­ta­tion, both phys­i­cal and emo­tion­al. Even if peo­ple man­aged to leave, mem­o­ries of such a romance will accom­pa­ny all their lives, because the inten­si­ty of pas­sions is amaz­ing. But if a cou­ple mar­ries in the heat of emo­tions, strange things begin to hap­pen, the atmos­phere in the fam­i­ly is nev­er sta­ble, the spous­es either love each oth­er to the point of impos­si­bil­i­ty, or they hate each oth­er. This hap­pens because there was no “grind­ing in” peri­od, every­one bends their own line, some­times it seems that there is noth­ing in com­mon between peo­ple, but they can­not be apart for a long time either.

There are a lot of options for the devel­op­ment of such rela­tions, but it is often noticed that the “mas­ter” is hameet, and the “ser­vant” is degrad­ing, or the “ser­vant” becomes unbal­anced and the “mas­ter” is forced to take on the role of a nan­ny. Hap­py such a rela­tion­ship can be called a stretch, but still excep­tions hap­pen. This hap­pens when both part­ners accept their role and will­ing­ly play it with­out try­ing to change any­thing. If there is a desire to break off such rela­tions, then you need to do it once and for all, throw­ing between the two poles will not lead to any­thing good. The basic rule of a vec­tor mar­riage is to do every­thing to the end, or be togeth­er always and every­where, or break up and nev­er meet again. Vec­tor mar­riage is always two extremes, peo­ple in it are either very hap­py or very unhap­py. Of course, vector couplessuch rela­tion­ships also affect the chil­dren who appeared in the vec­tor mar­riage.

See also
spiritual marriage

Chil­dren born in a vec­tor mar­riage adopt the insta­bil­i­ty of their par­ents’ rela­tion­ships. Usu­al­ly vec­tor chil­dren are very mobile, excitable. And it may hap­pen that the child will be super-pas­sive. But in any case, vec­tor chil­dren are always on the verge of the norm, they need spe­cial atten­tion. It should also be not­ed that such chil­dren are often very tal­ent­ed, maybe even bril­liant.

And final­ly, if you under­stand that you are in a vec­tor mar­riage, take a calm look at the sit­u­a­tion — astrol­o­gy is a fair­ly accu­rate sci­ence, but you should not ful­ly trust it, yet our life is only in our hands.