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Venus in Aries through the houses   Leave a comment

Women are from Venus and men are from Mars but those with Venus in Aries are descended from the tempestuous relationship between Aphrodite and Ares.  Aphrodite and Ares or Venus and Mars had an illicit relationship throughout Venus’s marriage, before her divorce and subsequent marriage to Mars.  Both Venus and Mars rule instinctual responses and Venus’s first marriage was to fulfil a promise made by Zeus / Jupiter which started in good faith but neither of these planets can over-come their instinctual responses.  Some of which are essential such as protecting our offspring, which as you can see from the following myth is something associated with Aries. Read the rest of this entry »


Posted June 2, 2014 by neptune's Aura Astrology in Venus signs / houses

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Venus in Taurus through the houses   Leave a comment

Women are from Venus and Men are from Mars, but Taurus the bull is definitely masculine and virile yet he belongs to Venus too.  Male or female if your Venus is in the sign of Taurus then you are definitely a Venusian subject. The Great Golden Bull of heaven presided over the spring Equinox in ancient times and thus was the symbol along with Inanna (Venus) of fertility and renewal of the earth.  The auroch a wild bull was worshipped in ancient times for its strength and wild spirit, the animal could not be tamed or conquered and its horns were sacred and may have been used to symbolise virility, this extinct animal may be the foundation of some of the unicorn myths and is most probably the unicorn mentioned in the bible. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted June 1, 2014 by neptune's Aura Astrology in Venus signs / houses

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Venus in Gemini through the houses   Leave a comment

Woman are from Venus and men are from Mars, but Gemini is androgynous.  Male or female, straight or gay if you have Venus in Gemini you will identify with the story of Androgyne.

The original human nature was not like the present, but different. The sexes were not two, as they are now, but originally three in number; there was man, woman, and a union of the two […] Terrible was their might and strength, and the thoughts of their hearts were great, and they dared to scale the heavens, and they made an attack on the Gods. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted May 31, 2014 by neptune's Aura Astrology in Venus signs / houses

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Venus in Cancer through the houses   Leave a comment

Women are from Venus and Men are from Mars but Cancer is from the watery depths where such distinctions are irrelevant.  Male or female if you have Venus in Cancer you understand why crayfish hide in the full moon. Crayfish the Babylonian symbol for Cancer the crab realise they are more vulnerable and visible to predators under the full moon.  Venus in Cancer is deeply aware of their own sensitivity and vulnerability, they have a very sensitive disposition and need to retreat into that shell every so often to feel safe and secure. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted May 31, 2014 by neptune's Aura Astrology in Venus signs / houses

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Venus in Leo through the houses   Leave a comment

Women are from Venus and Men are from Mars but Leo as the ancient ruler of the longest day knows we are all from earth and meant to bask in the sun together.  Leo was the ancient sign in which the sun in the Northern Hemisphere reached its optimum height Venus in this sign works at optimum brightness male or female these individuals dazzle and shine, as they warm the heart with their sunny dispositions. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted May 31, 2014 by neptune's Aura Astrology in Venus signs / houses

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Venus in Virgo through the houses   Leave a comment

Women are from Venus and men are from Mars but Virgo reminds us we all come from mother earth, male and female.  Venus in Virgo is very aware of the ground beneath their feet as the source of life, death and the home.  Venus in Virgo knows we are born from earth’s soil and we will return to her.

Venus is very much at home in Virgo, the heavenly furrow was the cosmological representation of Ninlil the Sumerian cereal Goddess, wife of Enlil who fertilised her furrows in pretty graphic detail. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted May 30, 2014 by neptune's Aura Astrology in Venus signs / houses

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Venus in Libra through the houses   Leave a comment

Women are from Venus and men are from Mars but Libra sits somewhere in the middle.  Whether you are male or female, Venus in Libra makes you see all sides of the argument, you understand how everybody feels and can see it from their perspective.  The Scales represent Mother Ceres in her role of protector and administrator of justice as she weighs life and right in her scales, as such although Libra is an air sign it still contains an earthy sensual quality of its patrons Ceres and Venus.  Venus in Libra is capable of being very sensual and passionate in expression.  Libra in Babylonian times was part of the constellation of Scorpio and those scales weighing life and right still contain Plutonian themes, Venus in Libra is very aware of the intensities of desire that exist within their own soul which is why they relate so well to others.  Libra begins at the equinox and at this point Persephone returns to her husband Pluto and the earth itself begins to reabsorb the vegetation and nutrients back within the soil to be broken down and recycled in time for spring.  Venus in Libra individuals to break down and reabsorb the world around them through their relationships in an eternal cycle of change and growth. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted May 29, 2014 by neptune's Aura Astrology in Venus signs / houses

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Venus in Scorpio through the houses   Leave a comment

Women are from Venus men are from Mars but Scorpio says we all have a soul.  Venus in Scorpio male or female is interested in connecting to others on a deep level.  In ancient times the signs of Taurus and Scorpio represented the equinox’s.

The goddess Ereshkigal ruling the underworld and the non-productive part of the natural cycle when the earth reabsorbs the vegetation and recycles the nutrients.  Ereshkigal’s husband Gulganna the heavenly bull representing the fertile aspect of the cycle. Ereshkigal is often described as Innana’s (Venus) big sister and the Myth of Inanna and Dumuzi involves replenishing the earth through giving up the seven auras or energies of life itself.  Innana (Venus) herself gives up these auras and returns them to fertilise the soil before Dumuzi takes her place.  Venus in Scorpio is well aware of the need to nurture and replenish the natural energies within relationship and of the balance of natural cycle within themselves. Venus here understands the importance of themes of death and regeneration as a means of continuing the fertility of the natural cycle and allowing growth to continue. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted May 28, 2014 by neptune's Aura Astrology in Venus signs / houses

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Venus in Sagittarius through the houses   Leave a comment

Women are from Venus and men are from Mars but Sagittarius knows it’s not just girls who like to have fun.  Male or female if you have Venus in Sagittarius you love fun and adventure in your life.  You are attracted to big ideas and large personalities.

Sagittarius corresponds with the God Pabilsag who has strong connections to the lost city of Larak as its patron deity.  Pabilsag was called the warrior of Enlil and had the body of a Scorpion and the upper portion of a man.  The meaning of his name like everything else about Pabilsag is uncertain. Much of his mythology is unknown and yet to be discovered something most Venus in Sagittarius will find interesting for they love to explore and investigate. Read the rest of this entry »

Venus in Capricorn through the houses   Leave a comment

Women are from Venus and Men are from Mars, but Venus in Capricorn rules them all.  Venus in Capricorn male or female likes to be in charge, they have a strong sense of where they want to go in life and how to get there.  These individuals are strong-willed and will plough through any obstacle to get to their desired outcome.

Capricorn is known as the mountain goat, the sea goat and the horn of plenty.  He was connected to the ancient God Enki / Ea as symbolising rulership in his name. Enki’s consort was Ninhursag lady mountain and so as her consort he is also the mountain Goat.  Enki spilt his seed on lady mountain to fertilise the land, the rivers of the Euphrates and Tigris especially represent his semen or waters of life that fertilised the land. Since he was responsible for the fertile crescent in mythology he is also the horn of plenty.  Representing the Apsu as partner of the Tiamet he is the sea goat.  Venus in this sign is assuming the identity of an ancient and potent symbol of fertility and Virility. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted May 27, 2014 by neptune's Aura Astrology in Venus signs / houses

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Venus In Aquarius through the houses   Leave a comment

Women are from Venus and Men are from Mars, But Venus in Aquarius knows we all love a sprinkle of pixie-dust to spice things up.  Whether you are a male or female Venus in Aquarius you have a hidden stash of pixie-dust ready to create some special magic for two.

Aquarius represented the waters of the great one to the Babylonians, Enki / Ea poured his water of life or semen upon his wife Ninhursag (lady mountain) to fertilise the land in particular the rivers of the Euphrates, Tigris and the fertile crescent is associated with the fertile waters of Enki.  Venus is in a sign that represents the fertilisation of the earth through the water cycle, Enki symbolises the magic of the raindrop, the snow flake that falls from the air to merge with the earth.  Aquarius in Ancient times was associated with the shortest day in the northern hemisphere, this time has always been associated with celebration and bringing fertility back to the land through rituals.  Even today we bring greenery into our house at this time of year and one special plant in particular the mistletoe under which we kiss.  The mistletoe was an ancient sacred plant of the druids, that because of its parasitic nature appeared to fall from the heavens and grew without roots on ancient apple trees, the fruit of love.  Venus in Aquarius represents all these ancient perspectives of the sacred fertility of the earth and the air.  This sign understands the sacred act of union as one of bringing regeneration and rebirth to dormant / sleeping passions. Read the rest of this entry »

Venus in Pisces through the houses   Leave a comment

Women are from Venus and Men are from mars, but gender is just a distraction to Venus in Pisces.  They are aware that male and female this energy is an important part of us all.  That recognising and embracing our Venus as part of our divine heritage is irrelevant of gender.

In Babylonian mythology the Eastern fish of Pisces represented Venus as well as the star that represents the knot of the chord that connects the two tails.  In Greek myth, Typhon descends upon Mount Olympus, threatening all of the gods and goddesses, who flee from their home. As Typhon approaches, Aphrodite and her son Eros ( Venus and Cupid) turn into fish, two fish approach them and swim them away to safety, or they turn into a giant egg and two other fish take them to safety. In some myths they are rescued by the two Ichthyocentaurs (fish, horse, men) called Bythos and Aphros who were set in the heavens as the constellation Pisces. These sea-centaurs were thought to be peaceful water-dwelling creatures; they tend to hold great value for their family and friends. Most of the time they are able to get along with other water-dwelling races.  This myth is thought to have origins in Astarte (Venus) being carried to shore in a giant egg by Dagon (God with fish lower half).  Which makes Venus in Pisces naturally concerned about being safe and secure in an unpredictable world and protecting their loved ones.

Pisces the fish are also connected to Adapa, the first of the seven Mesopotamian sages, was a mythical figure who unknowingly refused the gift of immortality.  The sages are described in Mesopotamian literature as ‘pureparādu-fish, probably carp, whose bones are found associated with the earliest shrine, and still kept as a holy duty in the precincts of Near Eastern mosques and monasteries. Adapa as a fisherman was iconographically portrayed as a fish-man composite. The word Abgallu, sage (Ab = water, Gal = great, Lu = man, Sumerian) survived into around the 1st century, as apkallum, used to describe the profession of a certain kind of priest.  Venus in Pisces often denotes a love of spiritual development.

The fish may also be connected to Siduri, the barmaid (an incarnation of Venus) who lives at the lip of the sea, this was her advice to Gilgamesh:

Gilgamesh, whither are you wandering? Life, which you look for, you will never find. For when the gods created man, they let death be his share, and life withheld in their own hands. Gilgamesh, fill your belly. Day and night make merry. Let days be full of joy, dance and make music day and night. And wear fresh clothes. And wash your head and bathe. Look at the child that is holding your hand, and let your wife delight in your embrace. These things alone are the concern of men.

Poseidon (Neptune ruler of Pisces) was in archaic Greek times an Earth God and part of the trinity with Demeter and Persephone. He was still refered to as Earth shaker at times in classic Greek mythology and Venus in this sign accentuates its earthy side that causes sexual tremors.

Venus in Pisces is all about learning the many different facets of love.  The love we feel for our family, our friends and our partner.  How they differ and how they are the same, they all activate our insecurities our unlovable side we hide from view of the general public.  We speak of unconditional love to our children yet we teach them to hide their imperfections, insecurities and flaws lest they be judged, manipulated or abused.  Venus in Pisces sense these hidden sides and understands their complexities.

Venus in relationships is connected to the physical and sensory experience how we like to be touched, caressed and physically express our emotional needs.  In Pisces Venus is intuitive in that expression and in response to those gestures they intuitively feel the emotions and the bonds that make us reach out to one another and they respond in full.

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Venus in Pisces in 1st

house individuals are learning who they are by the emotional relationships and bonds they make.  Venus in this aspect is learning about what makes them lovable and about accepting their own imperfections as they accept the imperfections of others.  They are learning to truly love themselves and they are able to pass on this knowledge to others to help them move on too.

Venus in Pisces in 2nd

house individuals are learning where their insecurities stem from, how they can deal with them and how to move on.  Individuals with this aspect may go through a lot of hardship in childhood, which they will work hard at overcoming.  When these individuals manage to overcome their issues they are able to use this experience and emotional understanding to help others.

Venus in Pisces 3rd

house individuals are learning to express all these emotional revelations in a way that others can connect to intuitively they may do so through, poetry, prose, music, dance, painting or any other form of expression.  The individual is also likely to feel a great deal about the importance of these themes in their own life also and may have strong appreciation for the arts.

Venus in Pisces 4th

house individuals are learning all about the bond that tie us together as a family, community or nation.  Venus in this aspect senses the inter connectivity of humanity as a whole and is interested in the breakdown of these bonds and how they may become strengthened in order to create a healthier world and environment for us all.

Venus in Pisces in the 5th

house  individuals are learning all about love as a creative and powerful force in our lives.  These individuals are often creatively inspired by their emotional insecurities, emotional bonds and desires.  They may express all the various aspects of their emotional lives through art or performance.  These individuals may feel a deep emotional connection with animals or children because of their innate ability to express deep unconditional love.

Venus in Pisces in 6th

house individuals are learning about our emotional insecurities and traumas as experienced by the less fortunate in life.  These individuals may take on a caring role in the community and provide the love and empathy that is missing in regards to those that feel excluded from society in general.  They may have an occupation in which they help others deal with and overcome their issues.

Venus in Pisces 7th

house individuals are learning the effects of our emotional insecurities on our relationships as adults.  These individuals may become relationship experts themselves in some form.  They may experience many personal relationships that bring their issues to the forefront and force these issues to be dealt with.  These individuals learn a great deal about relating to others in general.

Venus in Pisces 8th

house individuals are learning about the effects of trauma and the insecurity it causes.  These individuals may choose a profession such as psychiatry, psychology or some form of therapist in which they deal with many traumatized and abused individuals.  They may have extremely painful and traumatic events in their own past that helps them connect to the issues.

Venus in Pisces 9th

house individuals are learning to filter the intense feelings of love, insecurity and fear of loss through the philosophical and religious teaching of different cultures.  These individuals are figuring out what it says about love in general as an aspect of humanity and how they can apply those principles in their lives in a way that helps them process their insecurities in a healthier and more honest fashion whilst expressing love and compassion to others.

Venus in Pisces 10th

house individuals are learning what love means from all perspectives and there is a possibility with this aspect that they are viewed as something of a sex symbol themselves or become in the public eye because of a very public relationship or break up of some sort.  These individuals may find success due to their ability to relate to the deep emotional needs of others and may be involved in healing past pains in some way which will bring them success in life.

Venus in Pisces in 11th

house individuals are aware of how emotional pain and insecurity may be an expression of an extremely dysfunctional society.  These individuals may be looking at creating a more positive community and environment that helps to reduce events that trigger traumas and insecurity.  These individuals may have great knowledge of social work and/or psychology in relation to children at risk.

Venus in Pisces in 12th

house individuals are aware of the fact that we all have issues in life.  These individuals may have obtained a level of maturity through personal experience in which they may be able to reach out others and help them progress through these issues and find some sort of resolution to their problems.  These individuals may have keen intuitive foresight when it comes to others emotional states.



Posted May 25, 2014 by neptune's Aura Astrology in Venus signs / houses

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