Venus, the planet of love, beauty and refinement
Venus, the planet associated with love and beauty represents worldly happiness and sensual pleasures. Venus also rules music, literature, good women, luxury, poetry, fine arts and wife. Venus owns the signs of Libra and Taurus and is exalted in Pisces and debilitated in Virgo. Mars and Saturn are friends and the Moon and the Sun are her enemies.
Venus also rules over the venous system, kidneys, throat, and ovaries.
Ancient Rishis in India have attributed noble qualities such as kindness and Ahimsa (non-violence) to Venus.
How she loses her good qualities
Venus, the most benefic planet next to Jupiter despite possessing sublime qualities has no strong will and gets easily corrupted by powerful malefics like Saturn, Mars, Rahu and Ketu. Venus also loses her good qualities when she is in the evil Houses too.
Now let us examine the changes Venus undergoes when she is in different Houses and when associated with different planets.
Purity of Venus is spoilt when she is in the Houses of Mars and Saturn or when conjunct with malefics like Mars, Sun, Saturn and Rahu unless the evil effect is nullified by the aspect of Jupiter or a strong Mercury and Moon.
Death inflicting powers
Venus gets death inflicting powers when she occupies the 2nd and the 7th House and her lordship over the 3rd, 11th and 6th makes her evil.
Venus in signs owned by Mars
Venus in signs owned by Mars at birth will result in the native having intimacies with other women and he would lose his honour, reputation and all worldly possessions in the end.
Effects produced in different signs and Houses
Native would be handsome, healthy, intelligent and honourable and would be endowed with love and aptitude for music and fine arts and also would enjoy longevity if Venus is in Libra, Taurus, Gemini, Aquarius and Pisces at birth.
Venus confers marital happiness on Aries natives when she occupies Taurus, Gemini, Libra or Aquarius.
Venus occupying Aries or Scorpio causes marital problems.
Venus delays marriage when she is placed in Cancer, Leo, Sagittarius, Capricorn and Scorpio.
A native would become very passionate and lascivious and would ruin himself by trying to gratify his carnal desires, if Venus occupies the Taurus sign while being aspected by Mars from the Scorpio sign. Similar results would occur if Mars occupies Taurus when Venus is in Scorpio.
Venus in the 5th House of Leo would deny the native marital happiness. Venus in the 6th House of Virgo where she is debilitated may give a sickly partner unfit for married life. Venus in Sagittarius would give a good partner who is cultured and reasonable.
Marriage if Venus is in Capricorn would not be a success unless the sign is aspected by a benefic.
Venus in Pisces where she is exalted holds out a happy and successful married life with a virtuous and considerate partner.
An Aries or Scorpio native with Venus in Gemini would get a partner from among the close relatives. Partner may be highly academically qualified, but would not be in good health.
A native with Venus in Cancer would get a partner from abroad who may not be attractive in appearance.
Venus in the 10th House of Leo would make finding a suitable partner very difficult.
Venus in Libra in the 12th assures a happy married life with a partner from a distant place.
Venus being conjunct with Mars would not affect the marriage. But Rahu joining the Venus- Mars combination would raise a question over the character of the partner.
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