Famous Aquarius-Pisces Couples:
Paul Newman and Jo Anne Woodward, Justin Timberlake and Jennifer Biel, Darren Aronofsky and Rachel Weisz, John Warner and Elizabeth Taylor
These two can be as happy as can be together, like two stars in a universe of galaxies. The worlds they inhabit — mentally and psychically — are so vast and cosmic it actually becomes self-defeating to talk about them. They both understand the necessity of focusing on other aspects of reality in a don’t-go-there sort of way. They will appreciate a small world that they build together because it is safe and reliable and mundane in the very best sense of the word. Think of the relief of the galactic traveler when he finally finds a place to hang his hat and call it home. They do not deny the existence of other realities; they just appreciate not having to deal with it when they are together. The problem is that Aquarius is cerebral and Pisces is soulful. This works in a young couple for a first marriage. It becomes more problematical later in life. It can push both of them in to a new center of unified integrity, but that is rare. They just are doomed to worship at separate altars.
How to Attract a Pisces Woman as a Aquarius Man:
Throw stars in her eyes — you’re famous for that (Rhett Butler was played by Aquarian Clark Gable). An Aquarian can appear to be the most romantic man on earth. It’s just an act, but then the world is a stage, so who’s complaining?
How to Attract an Aquarius Man as a Pisces Woman:
Pisces, you have universal appeal — you contain all 12 signs in one. You can call on any sign or combination of signs to conjure a lover. In this case, it will help to fantasize about the man you’re interested in because he will pick that up on a vibrational plane and respond by drawing closer to you in reality. You are, in other words, fishing in the subconscious. You are choosing the bait and the hook. Aquarian bait is cerebral, expansive, shocking, cosmic, liberating or evolutionary. Dangle some of that in front of him. Wear silver earrings and something electrifing blue.
Degree of Romance:
This can be one of the most unbelievably romantic relationships in the zodiac. It is like spreading a net of stars across the dark night sky. Everything is silvery and shiny, alluring and seductive, full of visionary promise and delight. It is like the maidens in Arabic paradise, or like a cool drink of water on a hot day. What is promised is soul fulfillment and visionary expanse of consciousness all at the same time. It is truly an out-of-body experience that will put you in a state of altered consciousness, begging for more.
Degree of Passion:
This combination is a little too elusive to be called “passionate.” Each one is slipping out of range of the other, in a beautiful astral dance. When they never collide, there is no passion -only yearning and promise. Passion is the heat of a summer day, a high-noon experience. These two dwell between twilight and dawn, basking in the moonlight in the Milky Way.
Degree of Friendship:
They are a little amorphous to be friendly but there is a certain altruistic detachment that could be characterized as such.
Degree of Marriage:
This can really work as a marriage. Two astral travelers lost in time and space with the rhythm of the ocean between them like a gi-normous heartbeat.
Progression of Relationship:
This relationship is a bit like herding cats. No telling what’s going to happen next, but there’s one big Okay Zone.
Sex is going to take on some extraordinary dimensions in this relationship. For one thing it will become the primary means of communication, even more than music or math. It’s almost like the invention of a different species — hard to describe, but on the evolutionary edge for the two people participating.
When It’s Over:
It’s like the vector in chaos theory. Pisces keeps sucking Aquarius back in, him crying desperately the whole time, “Please release me, let me go.” It really never ends. It’s like a star that’s been dying out there for 20 billion years. God help you both.
Our Rating: A mathematical fractal
“Derived from the Latin fractus meaning “broken” or “fractured.” A mathematical fractal is based on an equation that undergoes iteration, a form of feedback based on recursion.
A fractal often has the following features:
• It has a fine structure at arbitrarily small scales.
• It is too irregular to be easily described in traditional Euclidean geometric language.
• It is self-similar (at least approximately or stochastically).
• It has a Hausdorff dimension which is greater than its topological dimension (although this requirement is not met by space-filling curves such as the Hilbert curve).
• It has a simple and recursive definition.