At the end of the last chapter, we illustrated two types of symmetrical patterns that the planets can form. The difference between the type A patterns in Figure 4F and the type B patterns of Figure 4G is that the type A patterns are such that each side of each pattern is a planetary aspect, but not every side of the patterns of type B are aspects. Both types of patterns are symmetrical, but common sense would tell us that the type A patterns are much more powerful than the type B kind. This is exactly the case, and that is why we call them DYNAMIC. In this book, each of the symmetrical patterns that we have seen in the charts of our examples have been dynamic symmetrical patterns, and therefore extraordinarily powerful.
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