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‘90 Day Fiancé’: Tania Maduro opened up about her romantic history during an astrology reading

‘90 Day Fiancé’: Tania Maduro opened up about her romantic history during an astrology reading

Tania Maduro and Syngin Colchester are one of the most controversial couples on TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé Season 7.

In particular, viewers are shocked by Tania’s behavior, including admitting to flirting with other men, not to have their temporary home (a she-shed in Connecticut from her mother’s backyard) ready for Syngin’s arrival, and headed for a 30-day intensive workshop in Costa Rica during the couple’s first 90 days together in the U.S. many 90 Day Fiancé fans believe Syngin gives more to the relationship than his fiancé does.

On the Jan. 19 episode of 90 Day Fiancé, “Blindsided”, many fans had confirmed those suspicions. Tania Maduro and Syngin signed up for an astrology lecture to discuss their chemistry and the future of their relationship. But during the lecture, Tania dropped a bomb threat in which Syngin wondered if he should pack his bags and go back to South Africa alone.

Tania Maduro opened up about her romantic history during an astrology reading

On “Blindsided”, Tania Maduro explained that she and Syngin underwent an interpretative lecture by an astrologer, Daizy October. The purpose of the lecture, she explained, was to “see how the stars and the planets align for us and see how we are in a relationship together”.

The 90 day Fiancé star added that she thought she and Syngin would be able to understand each other better after the lecture. “Everything has energy,” she said. “We’re energy beings, and I was born at a certain time for a certain reason.”

‘90 Day Fiancé’: The 29-year-old said she felt Syngin wasn’t her ‘true soulmate’

But Daizy’s lecture wasn’t as fun and light-hearted as Tania and Syngin might have expected.

When the astrologer asked the 90 day Fiancé couple if they thought they had a soulmate connection, Syngin quickly said yes.

“I feel that for sure,” he said, looking at Tania affectionately. “I didn’t always believe in past lives, but our connection is so alive.”

But Tania wasn’t so sure. “I don’t think I have that full soul mate feeling,” she said, leaving the Syngin crestfallen.

After the lecture, Tania explained herself further and said, “I’ve had that strong bond with you.” Yet she told her fiancé that she didn’t have “that deep feeling of just knowing that your souls are meant to be. I don’t know if our souls are meant to be. I feel like we’re predestined now and that you should be the father of my children.

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