AstroDates is a very accurate love meter that's quick and easy to use. It was discovered by Carl Jung and works by comparing birthdays. It gives you amazing insights into all your relationships - kids, parents, siblings - even your pets.
The principle behind AstroDates is Synchronicity. Synchronicity was discovered by Carl Jung. Jung was the first modern researcher to study horoscope compatibility. He made two very important discoveries:
Jung's discovery was not what astrologers had predicted. This is probably the most important part of Synchronicity. Astrologers still predict compatibility based on Sun signs. Jung's study proved that this was a minor part. Dating sites try to predict compatibility based on sameness. This is also a minor part of long term relationships. When Jung finally wrote up the results of his experiment, his data showed a surprisingly strong correlation in relationship.
C. G. Jung was given the birth data of married couples for an experiment. To his astonishment, he was able to sort the real couples from the control group again and again using only their birthdays. Unable to resolve this issue led to his discounting the scientific "cause-effect" model. His study was so original that he needed to coin a new term for what he had found: Synchronicity. This discovery formed the basis of a new way to see the world and profound implications. Jung's disconver haunted him the rest of his life.
Synchronicity is an acausal connecting principle. This means events are connected by time. AstroDates uses your birthday to find your planet locations. These planet locations have angles. Some aspects are harmonious and some are not. AstroDates measures the angles between two birth dates.
Jung's discovery was far ahead of it's time. Synchronicity was discovered by studying long term relationships. Yet, no one has applied Synchronicity to relationships - until now.
AstroDates is free to use online. It works with all your devices on a common database. A new partner entered from your phone will show up on your laptop. Each aspect is given a value. The values in each relationship are added. Then your relationships are ranked by their score.
AstroDates is gender-neutral. Relationship can be about roles, but it doesn't have to be. AstroDates works with the dynamic of whole people in the many complexities of relationship. This allows for the widest dynamic in understanding what is really going on. Roles are described as "decider" and "supporter". These can change with individuals, time, and context.
AstroDates is personal to you. When you first open AstroDates, your first task is to create your own profile. When you do this, AstroDates knows who you are. When you use it, the descriptions are written for you about your partner and other relationships. When you partner uses it, the language is written for your partner about their relationship with you.
AstroDates is clear and direct. Many descriptions in similar systems cloud the picture with qualifier statements or indirect references. Astrodates says this aspect means this and that aspect means that. People are not simple and neither are relationships. If you have two different aspects in your relationship description, then that's probably accurate in your relationship, too.