Venus Aspects Mercury - Conjunct, Sextile, Trine and Square

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Venus Aspects Mercury – Conjunct, Sextile, Trine and Square

In good aspects or conjunction, this is fortune for money, property and possessions; and these (to put briefly) may be obtained through any of the activities of the third or sixth houses. In a secondary degree money may be obtained through pleasure, luxury, the theatre, singing, and through sources of the fifth house generally. It is fortunate for marriage and partnership, which may be with one coming to some extent. under the third or sixth house in character or occupation,, or to a slighter extent under the ninth or twelfth; and the native may marry twice or have two attachments. It gives fondness for society, an amiable and good-humoured manner, and general popularity, especially with the opposite sex. It is fortunate for all natters of the third house; goodwill between brethren; money earned by the wits, by speaking or writing; it is good for invention, and gives manual dexterity which may be turned to account in any of the arts, drawing, painting, music, sculpture, etc.

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It is favourable for intuition and the inspiration of genius, and gives some talent for music, poetry, or kindred pursuits. It gives good brains, wit, mirth, buoyancy, good temper, hopefulness. It is good for all matters of the sixth house; for food, digestion, health; for benefit horn doctors or medical affairs, and money therefrom; for good relations with servants and subordinates, also when the native occupies such a position himself; for goodwill between relations (uncles, aunts, cousins, etc.). The native is inclined to marry a cousin or some relation.

The only bad aspect between Mercury and Venus is the semi-square, and this is not important. It may, however, put obstacles in the way of any of the affairs signified by the four signs ruled by the two planets; money, marriage, partnership, writings, brothers, journeys, servants, health, etc., and will reverse or hinder those activities previously referred to under the good aspects.