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What’s the “Hottest” Venus Sign?uma


Part 2 of 4 Parts: Venus in Gemini, Libra and Aquarius (the Air Signs)

Every placement of Venus in the horoscope has the capacity to attract a partner but each sign does this in a different way. Deciding which Venus sign is the most attractive really comes down to a matter of taste. Let’s take a moment to review pros and cons of four different groups of Venus signs and then you can decide which one is most likely to rock your world.

In this article we will consider Venus in Gemini, Libra and Aquarius, the three Air Signs.


What’s the “Hottest” Venus Sign?

hugh_jackmanPart 1 of 4: Venus in Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces (Water Signs)

That’s a good question. In theory every placement of Venus in the horoscope has the capacity to attract a partner but each sign does this in a different way. Deciding which Venus sign is the most attractive really comes down to a matter of taste. Over the next few days, I'll review the pros and cons of four different groups of Venus signs. Then you can decide which one is most likely to rock your world.

First, let’s consider Venus in Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces, the three Water Signs.


This Week's Astrology Term: the Elementswater

The term Elements refers to a set of categories that astrologers use to divide up the twelve signs of the Zodiac. Each sign is representative of one of these four Elements: Fire, Earth, Air and Water.

This is how they breakdown:
Fire Signs – Aries, Leo and Sagittarius
Earth Signs – Taurus, Virgo and Capricorn
Air Signs – Gemini, Libra and Aquarius
Water Signs – Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces

Signs belonging to the same Element display very similar forms of energy. They share many of the same strengths and a many of the same faults. Here is a list of keywords that describe those similarities.


This Week’s Astrology Term: Aspects

The term “aspect” refers to the distance between two or more bodies in a horoscope. Certain distances are considered significant. When the Sun, Moon or a planet are 180 degrees apart, for example, that is an opposition aspect. Other significant aspects are the conjunction (0 degrees apart,) the sextile (60 degrees apart,) the square (90 degrees apart) and the trine (120 degree apart.)  Some astrologers consider more obscure aspects, such as the quincunx (150 degrees apart) and the semi-square (45 degrees apart,) important but the conjunction, sextile, square, trine and opposition are more-or-less universally accepted.

Aspects tell the astrologer how the Sun, Moon and planets relate to one another in the horoscope. The relationship between two planets that are in a square aspect will be characterized by conflict, aggression and tension while the relationship between two planets in a trine aspect will be cooperative, easy and generally pleasant. In this way the aspects tell us the story of the horoscope. They describe the way the various characters in that circular community will interact, who is on friendly and unfriendly terms with whom.