moonpluto asks on How Do Oppositions Work:
“What about a chart without oppositions? Or a chart that has only one, for example — compare that with a chart that has many…”
If a chart has no oppositions then it has something else. This is like asking, “What if a person does not have long hair?” That would mean they have short hair or perhaps they are bald or their hair is medium. But I think you mean to ask about oppositions and projecting.
Everyone projects. Is a person who has an opposition dominating their chart more prone? Absolutely. If you are in a relationship with someone whose Sun is in opposition to one of your planets, is their apt to be projection in the relationship? Absolutely. Is this bad? Not necessarily.
Projection is normal. It becomes a problem when you blame the other guy for everything you don’t like. It is just as big a problem (and nearly as common) to project your good qualities onto someone. An example of this would be some gal who is with a loser guy but thinks he’s smart as a whip, sexy and so forth. In reality she is the smart, sexy one.
If you have no oppositions in your chart and wonder about projection, take a look at your 7th house. Whatever is in there gets routinely and reliably projected almost universally. You can overcome it, intermittently, with effort but the tendency is always there.
As an example, I have Venus in the 7th. It very easy for me to see my partner as very desirable. To see my own desirability takes an effort because I’ve got Venus projected most of the time.
Name one thing you tend to project. Add the astrology…
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