“There is nothing I would not do for those who are really my friends. I have no notion of loving people by halves, it is not my nature.” Jane Austen
Wow! So cool how Jane Austen put that! Very simple concept, but powerful. Not surprisingly, Austen’s lovable Venus was also in all-or-nothing Scorpio in her natal horoscope. Of course, too, with my slower, duller, warped Mercury in Taurus brain, after I read that wonderful quote, this morning, I must admit, I right away had to fixate, quite literally, on an image, in my mind, of what appeared to be a younger man dressed, business casual, with his body split into two distinct halves: the top frontal half and the bottom frontal half. As far as I can tell, both parts were still connected. Maybe glued together? Pathetic, isn’t it? Really sick… Perhaps a second cup of coffee will help to get the blood flowing, eventually, to my neocortex region… 🙂
So Venus exits friendly, detached, bohemian Aquarius, this afternoon, and dives into the compassionate waters of Pisces (3:43 pm), where she’ll remain until April 20th. Venus is exalted in Neptune-ruled Pisces, the sign associated with divinity or transcendence. With unconditional love. Venus in Pisces can help to, overall, soften the tone or tenor of our relationships, in the next few weeks, and attune us more to the feeling side of others now. One possible pitfall, however, with Venus here, is that it can also fill us with more of a desire for the elusive, or for what is just beyond our reach. Potentially resulting in our not being happy with what it is that we do have. On another level, Venus’ passage through Pisces in an excellent time to work on issues such as self-acceptance and self-love.
“The most terrifying thing is to accept oneself completely.” – C. G. Jung
The Moon also remains in ‘world-traveler’ Sagittarius, today, and forming a conjunction to its ruler, Jupiter, later tonight (10:37 pm). Ideal time for sightseeing, writing, marketing and sales related activities. Our mood tends to be more upbeat and outgoing. Inspirational.
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Famous People with Venus in Pisces: Michelle Obama, Ali MacGraw, Henry James, Helen Gurley Brown, Betty Ford, Marvin Gaye, Emmylou Harris, Hugh Hefner.
In the News: Interestingly enough, the very day that Special Counsel Robert Mueller delivered his completed report to Attorney General Barr, last week, transiting Mars was exactly conjunct President Trump’s midheaven or career house, a sector in the horoscope which also governs a person’s public reputation or standing. Warrior Mars passing through one’s Midheaven, which happens approximately every two years, is often a time when a person kicks it into high gear and really goes to battle for themselves in the public or professional arena. Vigorously defending or detailing their work record and or accomplishments, especially if they’ve maybe been feeling that they’ve been under attack, which, of course, Trump did. Also, quite notably, as Mars entered Trump’s career house it was also forming waning sextiles to both his soothing, supportive Venus (10th house ruler) and ambitious Saturn, both conjunct in self-protective Cancer in his 11th house of hopes and wishes. Mars sextile Saturn is often a positive payback period for us, when our previous efforts are rewarded or solidified.
The last couple days, too, transiting Mars, in persistent Taurus, has also been exactly square to Trump’s natal Mars, which is in bravado Leo at 26 degrees. His natal Mars is also conjunct his 29 degree Leo Ascendant or First House, which rules new beginnings. A potentially highly-charged period for him, where he personally seems to be more defiant and energetic than ever, and taking a victory lap. In case you’ve also been held captive by aliens, for the past few days, and missed it, the Mueller Report reportedly found no collusion with Russia on the part of the Trump campaign during the presidential election. It did not render an opinion, however, with respect to whether there was any obstruction of justice committed. The Attorney General and Deputy Attorney General, however, both concluded that Trump shouldn’t be charged with obstruction. Of course, not everyone agrees here, and the Democrats reportedly want to see the full report for themselves by April 2nd. The very day that manuscript-ruling Mercury and ambiguous Neptune meet up again, for the third and final time, in fishy Pisces. The plot thickens! To be continued! 🙂
Hope you enjoy your Tuesday!
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