Astro-twins are two people who share the same birthday – day and year – not necessarily the same time of birth. All the planets in the two horoscopes will be conjunct. If we look back to our youthful days we’re more likely to find people we know with the same birth date.
I went out with my sister’s astro-twin for a while. I guess he felt very comfortable to me – although not the other way around as he soon broke it off. One of my best friends had a crush on my astro-twin. He seemed like a nice guy, but neither of us ever got to know him very well. I can only imagine that what she liked in me she saw in him, too.
I had the same singing teacher as another of my astro-twins. She was a dancer and earned money horseback riding and I had also done both. I later learned that she left town owing the teacher a bit of money, but I always paid on time. Go figure.
A young Al H. Morrison married his astro-twin – they were born about 12 hours apart. (This was before he became interested in astrology, and if anything, he was then a skeptic.) He later complained that after a year it was “like masturbating.” From which I take it that he needed stimulation from someone less like himself. This may have been especially true since he had a Libra Moon. It’s hard to balance one scale with another one. The relationship didn’t last.
Evangeline Adams’ astro-twin (2/8/1868) was Baron Lionel Walter Rothschild, a British zoologist. Evangeline, too, always loved animals, but was never able to attain the noble title to which her Leo Moon naturally aspired.
I’ve generally liked other Capricorn people, while I’ve noticed that when Aries are together they tend to fight. It seems to me that Scorpios and Leos marry each other the most often of the signs. The Leos have a mutual admiration society and the Scorpios must enjoy the emotional resonance.