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PurpleStarGirl
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Do the planets have to be conjunct each other in order for them to qualify as being part of a stellium? I always thought a stellium was just multiple planets in the same sign. For example, someone has four planets in Sagittarius but they're not all conjunct each other. Or I have five planets in Capricorn and only four of them are conjunct but the other is not.

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ThatGirl
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I have 3 planets in 5th house. 2 of them are in one sign and they conjunct each other, but third is in a different sign. I guess it's not a stellium in opinion of many...

I see stellium as at least 3 planets in one sign (that's what I've always heard), not neccesarily conjuncted.

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Calliope
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I see stelliums as at least 3 planets not necessarily conjunct (all).

I have two stelliums and only two planets inside the stellium are conjunct, they are all in the same sign. So I consider them stelliums Smile I definitely have the energy of their sign very strong in my personality... 

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dolce
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I have 3 planets in Cancer, one of which is not conjunct the other two. I consider it a stellium in the sign.

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PurpleStarGirl
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I've seen information that says stelliums have to have the planets all conjunct in order for it to be considered a stellium, which I don't personally agree with. I consider a stellium a stellium if there's multiple planets in the same sign.

Thanks for your opinions. Smile

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