Venus – Functioning as an Earth or Celestial Goddess?

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For the planet Venus, each cycle takes approximately 18 months to complete.

As of 6 June, Venus has surpassed the Sun and now is traveling ahead of it. Thinking back to your attitudes regarding relationships, has it changed over the past month? Let me break it down for you.

As a general rule, when Venus is lagging behind the Sun in terms of sign and degrees in the sky, it is functioning as a rising star and it energetically reflects the lower-end vibration of Venus as an Earth Goddess or Taurus-like energy. It’s that sweet, worldly material pleasures like that candy in your favorite store, that nice dinner in a posh restaurant or that good-looking person that you’re involved with romantically.

When Venus moves in front of the Sun though, the Sun actually “spiritualizes” Venus with its warm, creator rays and now Venus functions like a setting star, which takes on the vibration of the Celestial Goddess or Libra-like energy. A higher, more spiritual approach or outlook towards relationships is evident when that happens.

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4 thoughts on “Venus – Functioning as an Earth or Celestial Goddess?

  1. good point re the difference between the sign Taurus and Libra but why? Libra is a sign has no
    spiritual affiliation imo, rather we might wonder the values of the signs according to Traditional Astro which gives Pisces as the exalted status. Would appreciate if you can elaborate on it (you thought/input on this). Thank you.

    1. Hi there,

      I actually looked into the constellations and fixed stars for clues.

      For the constellation of Taurus, it is strongly linked to the Pleiadian system, which in turn rules the human body and its chakra system. It has a very earthly, Gaia feel to it.
      For the constellation of Libra, it is strongly linked to the Archturian system, which is very ethereal and cosmic in feel instead.

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