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Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston as Seen Through Numerology and Astrology

Updated on February 20, 2013

The media won't tell you what Brad and Jennifer's marriage was really like because they don't know.

We do know that their marriage didn't "fail" just because it didn't last forever.

We do know that since both of them are independently very wealthy and that money is not an issue, they were unlikely to stay trapped in a bad marriage due to financial limitations.

We do know that since both of them are attractive and very successful, they most likely had less fear than most people about being able to find new romantic partners after divorce, and therefore were more likely to "call it like it is" instead of pretending it to be a good marriage.

We do know that each of them have the right to date whomever they want after they split.

We do know that there is a saying in Hollywood that "Any press is good press."

We do know that there is no such thing as a victim. We do know that most relationships have time limits. Just because a couple is physically together, does not mean that their relationship didn't end months, years, or even decades ago.

Keep in mind that you don't know exactly when Brad and Jennifer finally decided to go their separate ways. However, looking into their basic numerology and astrology charts, we learn quite a bit about their relationship.

We are almost positive we have all of Brad's birth data, But we're not sure about Jennifer's birth time. Therefore, we'll do a general overview reading using mainly their full dates of birth.

Were both Jennifer and Brad destined for big-time fame? Yes.

Does Jennifer have many indications of higher than average love life challenges in her basic charts including plenty of romantic heartache and disappointment? Yes, absolutely. She (her higher-self, not her personality) has chosen to balance a lot of this type of karma carried over from past lives.

Does Brad also have his share of not-so-pleasant love relationship karma? Yes, absolutely.

Reportedly, Jennifer and Brad met and started dating in 1997.

We suspect he knew he was making a mistake by going ahead with the marriage, but we also feel the event was going to happen no matter what. Fate is fate.

Based on our findings, 2003 was extremely emotionally trying for Jennifer and they both knew their marriage was finished in 2003.

Instead of viewing their relationship and consequent break-up as a negative, we choose to see it as a part of their personal destinies, including important lessons that their higher-selves desired to learn. Now they can both move ahead with their lives and address the other karma they are supposed to balance.

Brad and Jennifer's relationship and marriage seemed like a fairytale in the beginning, especially if viewed at face value through all the special reports and magazine articles.

Unfortunately, fairytales don't exist in real life. Too many couples expect, even demand a dream relationship and learn the hard way that if it's not meant to be, it will not be.

Instead, the best approach, as we've said before, is to accept each relationship for what it's meant to be for however long it's meant to be.

Copyright © Scott Petullo, Stephen Petullo


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