A shape formed by several planetary aspects in a horoscope.
For example, one of the most common aspect patterns is called a T-square, in which two planets forming a square to a third are also joined to one another by an opposition.
See also (Aspect Figures)
Planetary Arrangements (Jones)
Marc Edmund Jones described different types across signs and houses that may or may not involve particular aspects but which also create distinctive patterns in the horoscope.
The most important ones are:
- Wikipedia: Jones patterns
- Sabian Astrology Website, Q&A - Question 2
- Aspect Patterns in Astrological Psychology (Joyce Hopewell, 2014; Huber School)
- Chart Patterns acc. to Marc Edmund Jones (Astrodienst)
- Karen Hamaker-Zondag: Aspects and Personality. Weiser Books, 1990
- Includes chapters on the psychological influence of aspects and aspect patterns
- Bruno Huber & Louise Huber: Aspect Pattern Astrology. 300 pages. HopeWell, 2005. ISBN-10: 0954768019 ISBN-13: 978-0954768010
- The aspect pattern reveals the structure and basic motivations of our consciousness. Over 45 distinct aspect patterns are indentified, each with its own meaning
- Marc Edmund Jones: The Guide to Horoscope Interpretation 195 pages. McKay, Philadelphia (PA) 1941; Sabian Publishing Society, Stanwood (WA) 1960; 1967; 1969; Illinois Theosophical Publishing (Quest), Wheaton 1974; 1975; 1982; New Age Books, 2003