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長いですが日本語に訳をお願いします! aspect→アスペクト past life→過去世 His eighth house conjuncts your eleventh house in Cancer. Theeighth house is about death and reincarnation and past lives.The eleventh house is friendship and hope. This shows that in a past life you knew each other, you lived in the same area, possible the same building or close neighbourhood in early life and grew up as friends. The part of the past incarnation spentwith him was a period of life that felt secure and happy, and safe. A feeling that you would like to return to in this life. I cannot tell how long you knew each other in the past incarnation, but you had a friendship that was deep enough to want to carry it through to other lives. Or to want to return to.This aspect is only one of friendship, it doesn’t show what else happened in the past life, you’d need the other aspects to know that, and this is a synastry not a karmic synastry. But its was not an ordinary friendship. You spent time together in homely places and with creative people. There may have been long gaps in the friendship. One of you may have had to wait for the other to return home, to continue the friendship. You were also both with your family’s and local community Which suggest it happened at a young age, in that life., The friendship between you is never destroyed with this sign. You would have both wished to meet in another incarnation and you have, and will do so in many future incarnations.

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彼の第8ハウスはあなたの蟹座宮の第11ハウスと結びついています。第8のハウスは死と再生、および過去世を表すものです。第11のハウスは友情と希望を表します。そのチャートから読み取れるのは、過去世においてあなた方はお互いを知っていたということ、子どもの頃に同じ地域 (おそらくは同じ建物かご近所) に住んでいて、成長してからは友人同士になった、ということです。過去世におけるその期間に、あなたは彼と安定した、幸福な、安全な生活を過ごしました。今世においてもそのような生活に戻りたい気持ちがあるように感じられます。過去世であなた方が互いに知り合いであった期間は分かりませんが、その親しさは、生まれ変わっても続けたいと願うほどに深いものでした。あるいは、そのような状態になりたいと願うほどに深いものでした。このアスペクトからは、1つの友情が存在したということが分かるだけで、過去世において他にどんなことが起こったのかは分かりません。それを知るには、他のアスペクトが必要です。ここでやっているのは相性診断であって、カルマを探る試みではありませんから。それでも、通常の友情関係でないということはいえます。あなた方はともに家族的な雰囲気の場所で、創造的な人々とともに過ごしたのです。友情関係が長く中断することがあったかもしれません。あなた方のどちらかが、その友情を復活させるために相手が戻ってくるのを待ちわびていました。あなた方はどちらも家族的な関係と地域の結びつきの中にいました。だからその時の生において、それは年少の頃に起こったことだと思われます。このサインを見る限りでは、その友情関係は決して壊れることはありません。あなた方は生まれ変わっても出会いたいものだと思っていて、実際そうなったのであり、未来の生において何度生まれ変わっても、やはりそういうことになるでしょう。

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