Venus Jupiter aspects are super-lovely and luxurious. Riches and indulgence are indicated, but with the hard aspects there can be supreme greed and debauchery too. If this aspect were a hotel room it would be the honeymoon suite. This gorgeous pairing brings the two benefics together which you would think could only be a good thing.
The sparkling fortune indicated by the marriage of the two brightest planets in the solar system is true to a certain extent, but it really depends how these planets are configured in the chart. Are either of them dignified? Are they powerful in angular houses? Sometimes their pairing can be a case of too much of a good thing. Ask yourself these questions before you assume this aspect will give all the blessings it promises!
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The soft aspects are the perfect recipe for an unforgettable, sparkling wedding. At its best, this is a beautiful, fortunate connection for any couple tying the knot. But it is also great for a profitable business partnership also. It works best for careers that are to do with travel, art, spirituality, love, antiques, pampering, beauty and harmony.
Venus sextile or trine Jupiter is generally a lucky, gregarious and loving aspect. It is wonderful for a career in the arts but it also (as seen in my research) seems to favour working within the fields of philosophy and spirituality. What surprised me about the marriage between these two pleasure-loving benefics is the number of powerful conquerors born with this aspect too. I imagine the native would need some Martian aspects to kick this lounge lizard off its sumptuous sofa, however. This aspect gives such great charm and sheer good luck to the subject, that success often finds them and not the other way around.
A fascination with stardom or the stars above seems to be strong with Venus sextile or trine Jupiter. It also gives a certain star quality to a Davison/combined chart. Nevertheless, I have also found some very co-dependent and even abusive relationships had this aspect amongst my friends and clients. Maybe it is just too easy for one of the partners to serve as a handler to the other, keeping them sweet with drugs or money.
This is an aspect of romance and indulgence, the ultimate rom-com. It is flamboyant but also incredibly stylish so great for high-end fashion designers. Those born with Venus sextile or trine Jupiter are optimists, usually very generous and loving with a fantastic sense of humour. Hence they will always be on the ‘A’ list of everyone’s party invites. But lock up your spouse as these folk are incorrigible seducers. But they get away with their ‘Jack the lad’ behaviour because they are such roaring fun.
Venus sextile or trine Jupiter are usually quite lucky with money too, people love to throw cash at them because their company is worth the price. Naturally, these folk will be very popular and always be in demand. Therefore glitzy Venus/Jupiter can command high fees, just for benefit of their scintillating presence. Venus Jupiter aspects stimulates (for better or for worse) a very active social life. If the subject is not hosting lavish parties then they will be going to them.
This is a very popular combination where Venus conjunct Jupiter is super charming. They are also attracted to charismatic, A-list partners and usually be part of the glitterati, in whatever field they inhabit. Venus square Jupiter or Venus opposition Jupiter can be very self indulgent and even be quite a spoilt princess. They could be born into money or attract riches so easily that they take it for granted.
Venus square Jupiter or Venus opposite Jupiter in their most negative manifestation can breakdown into complete hedonism and a tendency to gamble fecklessly. Venus/Jupiter attracts money as easily as they can lose it. However if they happen to fall on hard times, its never for very long, and they soon find a way to attract a new benefactor.
It seems rather unfair that these folk easily bounce back even after some phenomenally bad life choices. Do they ever learn from their mistakes? However, resentment doesn’t ever build because these folk know how to share their success too. Venus/Jupiter can sometimes be grandiose and elitist, infuriatingly perhaps, you can’t help loving these warm-hearted, good-time guys and gals.
The Honey Moon Suite
People naturally gravitate towards this aspect’s warmth and generosity and they make natural ‘feel-good’ hosts. (Though I’m not sure how ‘warm’ Mussolini and Genghis Khan would be (see below), still, I’m sure they would be entertaining…) The danger with this aspect will be over-spending as these folk generally adore luxury goods and high-status accessories.
There are of course exceptions to maxing-out on the credit card, since Jupiter can also be learning and religion. Then this aspect is less materialistic, but puts all their passion into spirituality and travel. Venus Jupiter aspects in this case may spend all their money on airfares while traveling in rags.
OnceThis is more likely when the aspect is in Sagittarius or the 9th house, so again check the placement. Some say that the star of Bethlehem was actually Venus conjunction Jupiter in the sky. Together the brightest planets will look impressive and of course the brilliant light can seem like the omen of a saviour. A being that is as full of love, light and generosity as this vision promises.
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Venus Jupiter Aspects
Venus Conjunction Jupiter
“The most important thing is to live a fabulous life. As long as it’s fabulous I don’t care how long it is.” ~ Freddy Mercury
The USA, Storming Of The Bastille, Benito Mussolini, Genghis Khan, Steven Spielberg, Roman Polanski, Janet Street-Porter, Freddie Mercury, Scarlett Johansson, Victoria Beckham, Anne Hathaway, Portia De Rossi, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Peter Fonda, Henry Winkler, Jane Seymour, Jaclyn Smith, Lee Majors, Eddie Izzard, Steven Fry, Kenneth Williams, Jonathan Ross, Josie Carreras, Gustav Mahler, Agnetha Faltskog, Benny Anderson, Barry Gibb, Tom Waits, Michael Hutchence, Trent Reznor, Axl Rose, RuPaul, Puff Daddy, Kim Wilde, Eric Burdon, Carl Wilson, Robert Oppenheimer, Charles Baudelaire, Liz Greene, Uri Geller, Zoe Lund, Robert Browning, Willem De Kooning, Gianni Versace, Jasper Johns, Lynndie England.
Venus Sextile Jupiter
“Fame is like caviar, you know—it’s good to have caviar but not when you have it at every meal.” ~ Marilyn Monroe
Johannes Kepler, Winston Churchill, Richard Nixon, Kim Jong-Un, Ariel Sharon, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Ivanka Trump,Marty Robbins, Fritz Lang, Marilyn Monroe, Maggie Smith, William Baldwin, Keanu Reeves, Sam Neill, Dan Aykroyd, Sean Young, Macaulay Culkin, Nastassja Kinski, Humphrey Bogart, Anna Friel, Kesha, George Michael, Beck, Franz Schubert, Claude Debussy, Édith Piaf, Amanda Lear , Chris Isaak, Avril Lavigne, Arthur Conan Doyle, George Eliot , Alfred Adler.
Venus Square Jupiter
“It’s hard to be a diamond in a rhinestone world.”
Stanley Kubrick, David Lynch, Dr. Dre, Kim Jong-il, Jessica Lange, Miranda Richardson, Rita Hayworth, Morgan Freeman, Burt Lancaster, Rod Steiger, Jack Nicholson, Ben Kingsley, Clive Owen, William Holden, Bob Hoskins, Bing Crosby, Barbra Streisand, Dolly Parton, Lana Del Rey, Amy Lee, Lauryn Hill, Chris Lowe, Eddie Cochran, Liam Howlett, Kylie Minogue, Nelly Furtado, Alice Cooper, Elvis Costello, Thomas A. Edison, John Logie Baird, Marie Curie, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, King George VI, Sepharial, Proclus, Charles Lewis Tiffany.
Venus Trine Jupiter
“All false art, all vain wisdom, lasts its time but finally destroys itself, and its highest culture is also the epoch of its decay..” ~
Aristotle Onassis, Bashar al-Assad, John D. Rockefeller Jr, Nicolaus Copernicus, Immanuel Kant, Martin Scorsese, Kyle MacLachlan, Rutger Hauer, Alec Baldwin, Michael Gambon Seth Rogen, Noel Fielding, Benicio Del Toro, Gene Hackman, Dirk Bogarde, Bob Hope, Jane Russell, Anita Pallenberg, Elizabeth Taylor, Klaus Kinski, Terry Jones, Iggy Pop, Kurt Cobain, Billy Idol, Johnny Cash, Moby, Lydia Lunch, Kelly Rowland, Alan Wilder, James Brown, Ray Charles, Willie Nelson, Chuck Berry, Daniel Barenboim, Naomi Campbell, Louis Vuitton, Anne Brontë, Paul Klee, Luis Buñuel
Venus Opposition Jupiter
“When we project the specific organization of the human body into the space outside it, then we have architecture.” ~ Rudolph Steiner