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12th House Planets conjunct the Ascendant

Do you have any natal planets conjunct your Ascendant? If so, are the planets in the 1st house, or the 12th house?

The 12th house rules all that is hidden. You keep aspects of your personality and life away in this house, and you will only show these sides of yourself to those you trust completely. Even people who know you very well might not know this hidden side of you.

The 1st house, on the other hand, represents our persona. This part of us is in plain view to others. It is the mask we wear when we face the world. The energy of the first house planets will be very apparent to others. For example, if you have Mars conjunct your Ascendant in the first house, others will see you as a very assertive and action-oriented.

How do conjunctions from the 12th house to the Ascendant manifest?

Sun in the 12th house conjunct the Ascendant:

This aspect indicates you stand out to others and get attention easily. You appear quite confident and even intimidating. However, on the inside, you are very sensitive and dislike too much attention. Others may see you as a social, outgoing person, but may be surprised at how much time you spend on your own.  You might feel that people who are close to you don’t really know the real you.

Moon in the 12th house conjunct the Ascendant:

This aspect indicates an emotional persona. You might not realize how much you wear your heart on your sleeve. The Moon in the 12th house wants to keep emotions hidden, but they might be written all over your face, for all to see. You may even have special psychic abilities, but you only tell people you really trust.

Mercury in the 12th house conjunct the Ascendant:

Mercury in the 12th house indicates you are very imaginative and intuitive. This aspect indicates people see you as very communicative and curious. However, you may feel that you are often misunderstood or misinterpreted by others, which may cause anxiety and insecurity.  You are likely much more quiet, emotional, and introspective in private that you are in public. Others may describe you as an intellectual and logical, but you might not see yourself that way.

Venus in the 12th house conjunct the Ascendant:

This placement can indicate you are a very attractive person.  12th house rules what is hidden, so you might not realize how attractive you are. You might have a interest in art, fashion, design, etc., which you keep hidden from others.

Mars in the 12th house conjunct the Ascendant:

The 12th house is a rather dreamy, impractical house that is not particularly action-oriented, so Mars feel stifled there.  The conjunction of Mars to your Ascendant means you come across as very strong and assertive, but inside, you are not as confident. Perhaps others look to you as a leader, but you lack the self-assurance to believe in yourself as much as others do.  You might be a lot lazier and unmotivated than others think.

Jupiter in the 12th house conjunct the Ascendant:

Jupiter represents expansion, generosity, and optimism, so when it is conjunct to your Ascendant, a larger-than-life personality is indicated. You come across as very animated, fun-loving and happy to others, without really trying to. People are drawn to you and find you warm and positive. Despite your big presence, you are sensitive and easy overwhelmed and need a lot of time alone.

Saturn in the 12th house conjunct the Ascendant:

This placement indicates you come across as very responsible and mature, but also perhaps cold and unfeeling, in reality, you are a very sensitive person who fears vulnerability. You might have an interest in 12th house activities, such as dreams, astrology, and helping the less fortunate, but you do not share this interest with others. Others find you very serious and cold, and you might not understand why.

Uranus in the 12th house conjunct the Ascendant:

A 12th house Uranus conjunct the Ascendant means you come across as quirky and eccentric without really even trying to.  You have a very rich inner world full of brilliant ideas, but keep these hidden from view. Others find you very interesting and engaging, but you are not sure why.

Neptune in the 12th house conjunct the Ascendant:

Neptune on the Ascendant can make it hard for you to define your own identity, and you may feel others do not understand you. You are a very sensitive, compassionate person with a rich imagination, but keep this side of yourself hidden from others.  You come across as very sweet and sensitive without trying to.

Pluto the 12th house conjunct the Ascendant:

Pluto on the Ascendant gives you a powerful, dominating presence. At the same time, you might not truly recognize the depth of your inner power, or the power you have over others. You might intimidate others without trying to. You bring extreme reactions out of others, and you don’t quite understand why.

 

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Composite Mars and Aspects

The Composite Mars represents the energy, passion, and drive of the relationship. It shows how the couple expresses their desires and assert themselves as a unit. The sign that Mars is in will give more information about the nature of this expression. For example, Mars in Aries may indicate a relationship that is active, competitive, and impulsive. Whereas Mars in Taurus may indicate a relationship that is steady, persistent, and sensual.

The house placement of composite Mars will give information about the area of life where the couple’s desires and actions are focused. The aspects that composite Mars makes to other planets in the composite chart will also give more information about how the couple’s desires and actions are expressed and received.

In this article, we go over how Composite Mars expresses itself in aspects to other Composite Planets.

Composite Mars-Sun Aspects

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Composite Mars-Moon Aspects

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Composite Mars-Mercury Aspects

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Composite Mars-Venus Aspects

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Composite Mars-Jupiter Aspects

The conjunction between Mars and Jupiter in a Composite Chart indicates a relationship full of positivity and energy. These two feel much more optimistic, generous, and joyous when they are together. Their sexual life is rich and abundant, like they cannot get enough of each other. They encourage each other’s assertiveness and courageousness, but may also encourage excess and going overboard. Check the house this conjunction resides to see where this energy is most concentrated.

The sextile and trine aspects work similarly to the conjunction, but they are less intense and more positive in nature.

The square and opposition aspects still bring feelings of generosity, positivity and great sexual energy to the relationship, but the couple needs to be careful of having “too much of a good thing.” This couple might encourage excessive and irresponsible actions, such as over-eating or overspending.

Composite Mars-Saturn Aspects

The conjunction between Mars and Saturn in a Composite Chart indicates a cautious and responsible couple. This is not an energetic couple; in fact, they actually may feel a bit held back by the relationship. They feel less energetic and motivated when they are together. Perhaps the relationship is somewhat burdensome for at least one of the partners. The couple’s sexual life might not be overly exciting due to Saturn’s repressive influence. This couple might find it difficult to express their anger to one another in the moment, leading to big blow ups later one.

The sextile and trine aspects work similarly to the conjunction, but they are less intense and more positive in nature.

The square and opposition aspects can be very tough in a relationship. It indicates the partners feel blocked or repressed by the relationship. They get annoyed and frustrated with each other easily. There may be sexual issues and frustrations. The relationship might feel very exhausting or draining for one of both partners.

Composite Mars-Uranus Aspects

The conjunction between Mars and Uranus in a Composite Chart indicates an exciting and unpredictable relationship. The couple feels more adventurous and impulsive when they are together, which may lead to some trouble! There may be many surprises throughout the relationship, and it may be difficult for them to settle down into a committed and stable partnership. Sex is excitiing and inventive, especially at first. This aspect can be seen in extra-marital relationships, or in open/polyamorous relationships.

The sextile and trine aspects work similarly to the conjunction, but they are less intense and more positive in nature. They keep the relationship feeling fresh without all the upsetting parts.

The square and opposition aspects can be very tough in a relationship. These aspects indicate a lot of unpredictability and instability in the relationships. Fights might start out of no where, leading to many break-ups and reunions. The sexual energy between them is exciting at first, but quickly becomes inconsistent.  It will be difficult for these two to settle down into a stable and secure relationship.

Composite Mars-Neptune Aspects

The conjunction between Mars and Neptune in a Composite Chart indicates a relationship full of compassion and sensitivity to one another. Both partners are far more dreamy and sensitive with each other, than they are individually. They might bond over shared spiritual goals. This couple might help each other make their dreams come true, but there might also be an element of delusion or ‘over promising’ to each other.  Sex is sweet and loving, and is almost spiritual in nature. The couple may feel more gentle and compassion in each other’s presence.

The sextile and trine aspects work similarly to the conjunction, but they are less intense and more positive in nature.

The square and opposition aspects can be very tough in a relationship. The harsh aspects from Neptune increase the idealization and delusions in the relationship. There may be a lot of confusion over what this relationship is and where it is going. There may be some sexual deception, here, as well. One partner may feel the other is taking advantage of them, so it is very important to communicate frequently to ensure they are both on the same page.

Composite Mars-Pluto Aspects

The Conjunction between Mars and Pluto indicate an explosive, intense, and transformative relationship. Sex is deeply intimate and bonding, and others can sense the sexual tension between you. At the same time, this aspect increases power struggles in the couple, due to a subconscious fear of losing each other. Tempers may explode in this relationship, for this couple is anything but indifferent to each other. As a couple, they feel much more powerful when they are together than they do individually.

The sextile and trine aspects work similarly to the conjunction, but they are less intense and more positive in nature.

The square or opposition can be difficult in a relationship. This aspect indicates the couple can get under each under’s skin, leading to many explosive arguments. The sexual connection between you is extremely intense and transformative, but jealousy and obsessiveness may plague the relationship. Power struggles are very likely here. At worst, this aspect can indicate abuse and violence, given the explosive tempers they couple bring out in each other.

Composite Mars-Node Aspects

The Composite Mars in conjunction to the Composite North Node indicates the couple truly feel like they are ‘going somewhere’ with each other. The couple is assertive and ambitious in their quest to achieve goals and take action. The sexual and physical connection between them is exciting and seductive. Check where this conjunction resides to learn more about how your energies are concentrated in this relationship. For example, a Mars-North Node conjunction in the 2nd house would indicate the couple focuses its energy in the pursuit of material wealth. They would make great business partners. Also check the house Mars rules for more information: if Mars rules the 4th house in the Composite Chart, and is conjunct the North Node in the second house, the couple may be in a business partnership relating to real estate (4th house).

North Node connections can feel very uncomfortable, as they bring us into unfamiliar territory and force us to leave our comfort zone. At the same time, there is also a feeling of ‘destiny’ and knowing you are on the right path with each other. As a result, North Node conjunctions are extremely binding in a relationship, for the couple sees their future in one another

The Composite Mars in conjunction to the Composite South Node indicates a past life relationship. This couple feels very comfortable with each other, for they have met before, in a past life. There is an immediate feeling of understanding each other, particularly when it comes to each other’s drives, energies and motivations. There is unfinished business between this couple, which is why they have been brought back together in this life. The physical ad sexualy chemistry between them is very intense and passionate. Check the house of the conjunction to learn more about the aspect. For example, if Composite Mars is conjunct composite North Node in the 4th house, this couple may have been family members in the past, or at least lived together. There may be past drama related to the family or home which need to be dealt with in this lifetime.

 

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Composite Mars in the Houses

The Composite Mars represents the energy, passion, and drive of the relationship. It shows how the couple expresses their desires and assert themselves as a unit. The sign that Mars is in will give more information about the nature of this expression. For example, Mars in Aries may indicate a relationship that is active, competitive, and impulsive. Whereas Mars in Taurus may indicate a relationship that is steady, persistent, and sensual.

The house placement of composite Mars will give information about the area of life where the couple’s desires and actions are focused. The aspects that composite Mars makes to other planets in the composite chart will also give more information about how the couple’s desires and actions are expressed and received.

In this article, we go over how Composite Mars expresses itself in different signs.

Composite Mars in the 1st house

This placement indicates the relationship will bring out each partner’s assertiveness and confidence. They are direct and passionate in their interactions with each other, and share a powerful physical and sexual connection.  Because the first house represents how we present ourselves to others, this placement indicates the relationship is important to each partner’s sense of self, and how they are seen by others. They may be very focused on making a strong impression on each other, and may be willing to take risks to achieve this.

Composite Mars in the 2nd house

This placement indicates a relationship where energies are concentrated into the acquisition of wealth and material possessions. This is obviously a great place for a business partnership, due to the focus on making money! This couple earns (and perhaps spends) more money when they are together than they do individually.

Composite Mars in the 3rd house

The Composite 3rd house has to do with communications, short trips, siblings and neighbours. This placement indicates the couple will put a lot of energy into their communication. They are not afraid to speak their minds in this relationship, and might even enjoy arguing and debating one another. They challenge each other’s ideas, which can be quite invigorating for both parties.  They may even say things they do not mean, due to the impatient and impulsive nature of Mars. This aspect also indicates the couple might take many short trips together, and have a lively relationship with siblings and neighbours.

Composite Mars in the 4th house

The Composite 4th house has to do with family, the home, the past, and our innermost feelings. In this relationship, the couple puts much energy to building a home and solid foundation together. There might be conflict or tension with family members with this aspect – it shows family will be a point of tension for the couple. This can lead to tensions at home between the couple. There may also be disagreements in regards to real estate and interior design. At the same time, the couple’s private life is energetic and invigorating.

Composite Mars in the 5th house

This is a wonderful placement in a Composite Chart. This couple loves to have fun, and puts a lot of effort and energy into doing so! They encourage each other’s self-expression and creativity, so this would be a wonderful aspect for an artistic or otherwise creative couple. This couple is social, and love playing games and amusing themselves. There may be a strong desire to have children together, as well, and if they do, much of their energy will be spent on them. This placement helps the relationship stay fresh, new and fun.

Composite Mars in the 6th house

The placement of the Composite Mars in the 6th house indicates a relationship in which energies are concentrated into the couple’s daily life and routines. This couple work well together, and accomplish a lot as a team. Each partner will encourage the other to take on better habits, such as healthy eating and exercising.  They might love going to the gym together, and might be quite competitive with each other. One or both partners may feel criticized or belittled in the relationship in some way. Given the nature of the 6th house, one partner may feel they are putting in more work than the other, or one partner may feel the other is very demanding. It is very important for each person to recognize the other’s efforts, and work together to ensure both partners feel valued and appreciated.

Composite Mars in the 7th house

This aspect indicates a lively relationship that is of great importance to both partners. The couple might argue a lot, especially if the relationship feels imbalanced, but work very hard to keep a balance between in the relationship. They both put a lot of time and energy into this relationship. They will be open and honest about their feelings about the relationship, and will demand equal time and attention from each other. This aspect can indicate competitiveness between the couple, as well.

Composite Mars in the 8th house

This is a spicy-hot placement. The 8th house has to do with sex, death/rebirth, intimacy and deep transformation, and is naturally ruled by Scorpio. The sexual connection in this couple is very intense and transformative. They will put a lot of energy and effort into pleasing each other, and crave each other sexually. They are demanding of each other, and want to know all of their partner’s inner thoughts and secrets. A relationship like this is not for the faint of heart; each partner triggers very deep feelings in the other, which can result in some pretty epic arguments (followed up with even better make-up sex!).

Composite Mars in the 9th house

This aspect indicates a focus and concentration of energy into 9th house activities like travel, higher education and philosophy/faith. This couple loves travelling together, and puts a lot of effort and energy into going on adventures together. They enjoy exploring new places and cultures as a couple. This couple might challenge each other’s worldviews and beliefs. There might be a shared focus on higher learning and education, as well.

Composite Mars in the 10th house

The placement of Mars in the Composite 10th house indicates a shared focus on career and public matters. The couple puts a lot of energy into helping each other reach their goals and attain higher status. This would be a perfect placement for a business partnership.  Working together and achieving goals brings them closer together as a couple. Others see them as a brave, pioneering and dominating couple.

Composite Mars in the 11th house

The placement of Mars in the Composite 11th house indicates a shared focus on friends, groups/clubs, and long-term goals. These two love spending time with friends, and feel much more lively and energetic as a couple when they are in a group. They might also join groups or clubs together. There might be a shared interest in technology and humanitarian causes.

Composite Mars in the 12th house

This placement can indicate a desire for inner exploration, and a need to understand each other’s motivations and desires. It can also indicate a need for privacy and solitude, as well as a potential for self-sabotage. The couple may have a strong drive to uncover hidden truths and secrets, but may also struggle with repressed anger and frustration. There may be a focus on spirituality and helping the less fortunate.

 

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Composite Mars in the Signs

The Composite Mars represents the energy, passion, and drive of the relationship. It shows how the couple expresses their desires and assert themselves as a unit. The sign that Mars is in will give more information about the nature of this expression. For example, Mars in Aries may indicate a relationship that is active, competitive, and impulsive. Whereas Mars in Taurus may indicate a relationship that is steady, persistent, and sensual. The house placement of composite Mars will give information about the area of life where the couple’s desires and actions are focused. The aspects that composite Mars makes to other planets in the composite chart will also give more information about how the couple’s desires and actions are expressed and received.

In this article, we go over how Composite Mars expresses itself in different signs.

 

Composite Mars in the Signs

Composite Mars in Aries

In a composite chart, Mars in Aries is considered to be a strong placement. Aries is the natural ruler of the first house, and Mars is the planet of action and desire, so this placement can indicate a strong drive for self-assertion and independence in the relationship. The couple may be very active and adventurous, and they may enjoy taking risks and pushing boundaries. They may also have a strong sexual chemistry and an enthusiastic approach to life.

Composite Mars in Taurus

In a composite chart, Mars in Taurus is considered to be a more stable and practical placement. Taurus is an earth sign known for its persistence, patience and material stability. Mars, the planet of desire and action, in Taurus can indicate that the couple is driven towards building a stable and secure future together. They may work hard together to achieve tangible results in their relationship. They may also have a strong physical attraction towards each other and be comfortable with the sensual side of their relationship.

Composite Mars in Gemini

In a composite chart, Mars in Gemini can indicate a relationship that is characterized by a lot of energy and movement. Gemini is an air sign known for its adaptability and communication, and Mars is the planet of action and desire. This placement may indicate that the couple is highly communicative, curious and intellectually stimulating to each other. They may enjoy discussing ideas and learning new things together. They may also be able to adapt to different situations and be flexible in their approach to problem-solving. However, this placement could also indicate a certain level of restlessness and a lack of grounding in the relationship if Mars is not well aspected in the composite chart.

Composite Mars in Cancer

In a composite chart, Mars in Cancer can indicate a relationship that is emotionally intense and protective. Cancer is a water sign known for its emotional sensitivity and nurturing nature, and Mars is the planet of action and desire. This placement can indicate that the couple is highly invested in each other’s emotional well-being, and they may be very protective of each other. They may also be very in-tune with each other’s feelings and have a strong emotional connection. However, this placement could also indicate a certain level of emotional insecurity, possessiveness and defensiveness in the relationship if Mars is not well aspected in the composite chart.

Composite Mars in Leo

In a composite chart, Mars in Leo can indicate a relationship that is dynamic, passionate and creative. Leo is a fire sign known for its confidence, self-expression and leadership, and Mars is the planet of action and desire. This placement can indicate that the couple is highly passionate and expressive in their relationship. They may enjoy taking the lead in the relationship and may have a strong sense of pride and loyalty towards each other. They may also enjoy creative and playful activities together. However, this placement could also indicate a certain level of arrogance, drama, and a tendency to compete with each other if Mars is not well aspected in the composite chart.

Composite Mars in Virgo

In a composite chart, Mars in Virgo can indicate a relationship that is focused on practicality and efficiency. Virgo is an earth sign known for its attention to detail, hard work, and service, and Mars is the planet of action and desire. This placement can indicate that the couple is highly analytical and methodical in their approach to problem-solving, and may be focused on achieving tangible results in their relationship. They may also be highly service-oriented and may work together to improve the relationship and the lives of those around them. However, this placement could also indicate a certain level of criticalness, perfectionism and a tendency to nitpick if Mars is not well aspected in the composite chart.

Composite Mars in Libra

In a composite chart, Mars in Libra can indicate a relationship that is focused on balance and harmony. Libra is an air sign known for its diplomacy, fairness, and aesthetics, and Mars is the planet of action and desire. This placement can indicate that the couple is highly conscious of maintaining balance and harmony in the relationship. They may be very good at compromising and finding common ground with each other. They may also be highly aesthetically inclined and may enjoy activities that involve beauty and art together. However, this placement could also indicate a certain level of indecision, passiveness and a tendency to avoid conflict if Mars is not well aspected in the composite chart.

Composite Mars in Scorpio

In a composite chart, Mars in Scorpio can indicate a relationship that is intense, passionate and transformative. Scorpio is a water sign known for its depth, intensity, and passion, and Mars is the planet of action and desire. This placement can indicate that the couple is highly invested in each other, and they may have a strong sense of loyalty and commitment to each other. They may also be highly passionate and sexually attracted to each other. However, this placement could also indicate a certain level of jealousy, control, and a tendency to be possessive if Mars is not well aspected in the composite chart. Additionally, Scorpio is a sign known for its ability to transform, and this placement may also indicate that the relationship will be transformative in some way for both partners.

Composite Mars in Sagittarius

In a composite chart, Mars in Sagittarius can indicate a relationship that is adventurous, optimistic and open-minded. Sagittarius is a fire sign known for its optimism, freedom-loving, and philosophical nature, and Mars is the planet of action and desire. This placement can indicate that the couple is highly adventurous and enjoys exploring new places, ideas and experiences together. They may have a positive outlook on life and be optimistic about the future. They may also be highly open-minded and accepting of each other’s beliefs and values. However, this placement could also indicate a certain level of impatience, impulsiveness, and a tendency to be reckless if Mars is not well aspected in the composite chart.

Composite Mars in Capricorn

In a composite chart, Mars in Capricorn can indicate a relationship that is ambitious, practical and disciplined. Capricorn is an earth sign known for its ambition, hard work and practicality, and Mars is the planet of action and desire. This placement can indicate that the couple is highly focused on achieving their goals, both together and individually, and they may be able to work well together to accomplish them. They may also be disciplined in their approach to the relationship, and may work hard to maintain stability and security. However, this placement could also indicate a certain level of rigidity, seriousness, and a tendency to be controlling if Mars is not well aspected in the composite chart.

Composite Mars in Aquarius

In a composite chart, Mars in Aquarius can indicate a relationship that is unconventional, independent and forward-thinking. Aquarius is an air sign known for its individuality, innovation, and progressive thinking, and Mars is the planet of action and desire. This placement can indicate that the couple may have a strong sense of independence and may be comfortable with giving each other space. They may be open to new and unconventional ideas and may be willing to take risks in order to explore them. They may also be forward-thinking and open to change in the relationship. However, this placement could also indicate a certain level of detachment, unpredictability, and a tendency to be aloof if Mars is not well aspected in the composite chart.

Composite Mars in Pisces

In a composite chart, Mars in Pisces can indicate a relationship that is intuitive, emotional and spiritual. Pisces is a water sign known for its intuition, emotional depth and spirituality, and Mars is the planet of action and desire. This placement can indicate that the couple may have a strong emotional connection and may be in tune with each other’s feelings. They may be sensitive and compassionate towards each other, and may be able to understand each other’s needs without needing words. They may also be drawn to spiritual or artistic activities together. However, this placement could also indicate a certain level of passivity, confusion, and a tendency to avoid confrontation if Mars is not well aspected in the composite chart.

 

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Composite Mercury in the Signs

The Synastry and Composite are the most important charts in relationship astrology.

In the Composite Chart, Mercury represents how the couple communicates and what they like to talk about.

To properly assess Composite Mercury, we look at the sign, house, and aspects the Mercury receives. In this article, we will go over how the Composite Mercury behaves in different signs.

 

Composite Mercury in the Signs

The Composite Mercury in Aries

With Composite Mercury in Aries, the couple express themselves in a direct and honest way. They are very open with their thoughts and ideas, and may find debates invigorating. They are not afraid to tell each other what is on their minds. You are much more blunt and direct with each other than with other people.

Composite Mercury in Taurus

With Composite Mercury in Taurus, the couple communicates in a stable and calm way. They enjoy talking about pleasure and comfort, as well as discussing finances and saving.  Decisions will be made with care and consideration. They both might be quite stubborn, which could cause friction during disagreements.

Composite Mercury in Gemini

Mercury is naturally ruled by Gemini, so this couple finds communication easy and uncomplicated. They are both very curious people who love to learn new things together. They enjoy communicating frequently throughout the day. They might have a shared educational goals, and enjoy taking short trips together.

Composite Mercury in Cancer

This couple will like to talk about the past, their families, and their childhoods. They like checking in with each other to ensure the other feels cared for. Their communication style is rather emotional, and it might be difficult to keep feelings out of their conversations. They are very nurturing and understanding of each other.

Composite Mercury in Leo

This relationship encourages playful, creative communication. They communicate in a dramatic way, which can cause issues if they disagree with each other. They stroke each other’s egos and pump each other up. This couple loves complimenting and flirting, and feel free to brag about their accomplishments.

Composite Mercury in Virgo

This placement indicates the couple love to analyze and come up with solutions together. Their conversations are practical and productive, and usually center around health, fitness, and work. They are very helpful to each other, and are always trying to come up with ways to make their partner’s life easier and more efficient.

Composite Mercury in Libra

This is a very romantic placement for Mercury in a Composite chart, as it indicates sweet and harmonious communication. They both feel ‘heard’ in this relationship, given Libra’s focus on equality and harmony. They speak sweetly and lovingly to each other. They get each other’s input on big decisions, for they truly feel like a team. They also love talking about their relationship.

Composite Mercury in Scorpio

The Composite Mercury in Scorpio indicates intense and deep conversations. This couple will reveal a lot about themselves to each other. They help each other ‘get to the bottom’ of their deep issues. Conversations are very healing and transformative. There may be a tendency for one partner to force their opinion on the other.

Composite Mercury in Sagittarius

This couple has a positive communication style. They might talk more to each other than they do with other people. The couple feels more positive and optimistic when they are together, as they are always encouraging each other. There might be a shared interest in travel, higher education, and learning about different cultures.  Sagittarius can be quite blunt and direct, so if they get into a disagreement, the conversation can become quite passionate and loud.

Composite Mercury in Capricorn

This placement is great in a business partnership, as it indicates the couple has a shared interest in success. Discussions are serious, and might center around their careers and futures. They are very supportive of each other’s goals and help each other come up with a plan to reach them.

Composite Mercury in Aquarius

This couple communicates in a non-judgmental way. They enjoy discussing their ‘out of the box’ ideas with each other. Conversations might center around politics, technology and the betterment of humanity. They respect each other’s opinions and engage in healthy debates.

Composite Mercury in Pisces

This placement indicates a relationship in which communication is sweet, sensitive and compassionate.  There may be a tendency to keep secrets from each other. There might be a shared interest in spirituality, dreams, and the arts. At the same time, there is psychic-like connection between them, as if they can read each other’s minds.

 

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Composite Venus and Aspects

The Synastry and Composite are the most important charts in relationship astrology.

In the Composite Chart, the Venus represents how the couple expresses love and what it values.  Venus also rules beauty, harmony, fairness, and material possessions.

To properly assess Venus, we look at the sign, house, and aspects the Venus receives from other Composite planets. In this article, we will go over how the Composite Venus behaves in aspect to other Composite Planets.

Composite Sun-Venus

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Composite Moon-Venus

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Composite Mercury-Venus

The conjunction between Mercury and Venus indicates a relationship where the intellectual and the affectionate are blended. This aspect indicates the couple loves talking to each other. Conversations are sweet, affectionate, and loving. They love to talk, text, and sext regularly. They share inside jokes and have similar senses of humor. I’ve found this aspect means the couple loves to kiss and make out, too!

The sextile and trine act similarly to the conjunction, but with less intensity. These are wonderful aspects to see in a Composite Chart. They show good emotional communication and an ease in expressing your affections to each other.

The opposition between the Mercury and Venus can bring friction and fascination. As a couple, they will bounce back and forth between being too intellectual or too affectionate in their communication with each other. Both partners can help each other express their loving and intellectual sides.

The square between Mercury and Venus indicates the two of them have different communication styles, which may lead to misunderstandings. While squares bring fascination, they also bring friction. When one partner is in an amorous mood, the other might respond intellectually. This can lead to feelings of underappreciation from both partners.  They must take extra steps to ensure both partners feel valued in this relationship.  It is important to exercise tolerance and patience with each other.

Composite Venus-Mars

The conjunction between the Venus in Mars in a Composite Chart is spicy hot! What an amazing aspect to see in a synastry chart! It indicates a very strong physical and sexual attraction, and sex might have been on the table almost immediately. They are physically affectionate with each other, and sometimes cannot even keep their hands of one another. This relationship is full of passion, energy, and love. This placement certainly keeps the fire burning strong! They look very good together, and others can feel the sexual energy between then.

The sextile and trine act similarly to the conjunction, but with less intensity. These are wonderful aspects to see in a Composite Chart.

The opposition between the Venus and Mars is also very sexy, but there is a stark difference in the way this couple expresses love vs. passion. When one person expresses their love and affection, the other might respond aggressively or sexually, rather than lovingly. This can lead to scenarios in which one person feels unappreciated or used. This aspect stimulates a lot of passion in this relationship, and can even bring intense love-hate themes. The couple can definitely overcome this aspect with compromise and mutual understanding. It is important to understand each other’s perspective here.

The square between the Venus and Mars acts somewhat like the opposition, but does not have the benefits. The way the couple expresses love and affection are at odds with the way the couple’s energy and drive. There is a tension in this relationship that is felt by both parties due to this square. There are frequent blow ups and arguments in this relationship, which might lead to some mindblowing make up sex. You are very sensitive to each other and know how to get under each other’s skin. At least one of the partners feels unappreciated by the other. In this relationship, it is extremely to compromise and make each other feel appreciated and loved.

Composite Venus-Jupiter

The conjunction between Venus and Jupiter in the Composite Chart indicates a positive and generous couple.  They are a happy, adventurous, fun-loving couple who love to make each other laugh. They feel good in each other’s presence, as will others. They trust each other and accept each other’s flaws. They are far more positive and joyful when they are together.

The sextile and trine act similarly to the conjunction, but with less intensity. These are wonderful aspects to see in a Composite Chart.

The opposition and square between the Composite Moon and Jupiter can magnify the generosity and positive feelings within the couple, but it may also feature the wastefulness and neglect described in the conjunction aspect. Since Venus is associated with money and spending, both partners may encourage the other to overindulge in spending, food, shopping, etc. They might also encourage each other’s laziness and procrastination. There is such thing as “too much fun”, after all!

Composite Venus-Saturn

The conjunction between the Venus and Saturn in the Composite Chart indicates a mature, committed, responsible couple. There is a deep sense of responsibility and duty to each other. They are not the most affectionate couple, but they are steady, reliable, and in it for the long run. This relationship is likely traditional in some way.  Their relationship might develop quite slowly, as the couple needs to feel safe and secure before committing to each other. Commitment will come naturally to this couple, due to the strong feelings of responsibility and duty to the other. It would be very difficult for these two to break up.

The sextile and trine act similarly to the conjunction, but with less intensity. These are good aspects to see in a Composite chart, as it increases the responsibility and commitment of the couple, without feeling like a burden.

The opposition and square between the Composite Moon and Saturn can be very difficult in a relationship!

It may be difficult for this couple to get their relationship off the ground, as there are various obstacles and barriers to them being together. These barriers can include distance, a lack of time, or even other commitments. For example, my ex and I had Venus square Saturn in our composite chart, and we were unable to be together due to religious differences; his family would have never accepted me.

If the barriers are not coming from outside, they could be coming from within. It may be very difficult for this couple to express their love and affection for each other. It can feel downright awkward and unnatural for them. This can obviously lead to at least one of the couples feelings unloved or unappreciated. Overall, this is a very problematic aspect in a Composite chart.

 

Composite Venus-Uranus

The conjunction between the Venus and Uranus in the Composite Chart indicates an exciting and unpredictable partnership. There might be something ‘different’ about this relationship – perhaps they come from completely different backgrounds, and each bring something ‘new’ to the other person’s life. This relationship probably started very quickly, and they were immediately attracted to each other. This relationship is fun and exciting, and always feels ‘new’. At the same time, Uranus can bring a very unpredictable and unstable energy to the relationship, and it is very important to allow each other a lot of space. This relationship can work in the long run, as long as other Composite aspect support longevity. Otherwise, it can end as quickly as it started!

The sextile and trine act similarly to the conjunction, but with less intensity. These are good aspects to see in a Composite chart, as it increases the fun and lighthearted aspect of this relationship. It will keep the relationship fresh and fun, without all the instability and unpredictability of the harsher aspects.

The opposition and square between the Composite Venus and Uranus can be very difficult. Uranus brings many unpredictable changes to this relationship, which can be very upsetting for someone who likes stability and constancy. This relationship likely started very suddenly and unexpectedly, and they are likely not each other’s regular ‘type’. In fact, others may be quite puzzled how they got together in the first place. This relationship is unstable, unpredictable, and perhaps hard to define. It is likely this relationship will be quick one, or have an on-and-off energy to it. There may be many breakups and reunions, but settling down into a stable and reliable committed relationship can be difficult.

Composite Venus-Neptune

The conjunction between the Venus and Neptune in the Composite Chart indicates a relationship full of idealization and fantasy.  There is a strong feeling of being soulmates. This couple is sensitive to each other, and feel they are spiritually and intuitively connected. They are very forgiving and sweet to each other, and look over each other’s faults. They see each other, and the relationship, through ‘rose coloured glasses’. As a couple, they are very charitable and helpful to others. On the downside, this aspect increases the likelihood of deception in a relationship, for there is a tendency for each partner to see what they want to see in each other, rather than seeing them for who they truly are. My parents actually have this aspect, and they are the sweetest couple and have been together over 40 years!

The sextile and trine act similarly to the conjunction, but with less intensity. These are good aspects to see in a Composite chart, as they increase compassion and sensitivity to each other.

The opposition and square between the Composite Venus and Neptune can be very challenging and confusing. Here, the thread of deceit is much higher than in the conjunction. At first, this connection will feel very sweet and dreamy, and each person will feel they have found their soulmate. However, over time, this relationship becomes confusing and hard to define. There may be a tendency for one or both partners to tell the other what they want to hear. There may also be secrets or hidden agendas in this relationship. It is commonly seen in extra marital affairs, or in other relationships in which one or both people are deceiving the other.

Composite Venus-Pluto

The conjunction between the Venus and Pluto in the Composite Chart indicates an intense, transformative relationship that is hard to break! These two are passionately in love with each other, to the point of obsession. They are possessive over each other, and easily make each other jealous. They are magnetically drawn to each other and share a very close, intimate bond. Sex and intimacy are extremely important in this relationship, it is an expression of their deep love. They want to know each and every fact and secret about the other. They demand complete and utter commitment and loyalty. Others notice their deep passion and intensity for one another, and might even feel jealous of your bond.

The sextile and trine act similarly to the conjunction, but with less intensity. These are good aspects to see in a Composite chart, as it increases the emotional intensity of the relationship in a positive and constructive way.

The opposition or square between the Composite Venus and Pluto is very challenging. Like in the case of the conjunction, this couple is completely obsessed with each other. There is a very strong physical and sexual bond here. On the downside, power struggles may feature strongly in this relationship. Each partner might be constantly trying to get the upper hand over the other, and may resort to petty game playing and manipulation. There is a huge fear of losing each other, as this aspect increases distrust and paranoia in the relationship. Despite this, both are very attached to the relationship, as there is a strong “can’t live with you, can’t live without you” theme here. In some ways, the couple may feel the relationship brings out the worst in them. This relationship might be quite toxic, but it is very binding, so it will be hard for the two of them to part ways without a lot of ugliness.

Composite Venus-Node

The conjunction between the Venus and North Node in the Composite Chart is an excellent aspect to see in a Composite Chart! Venus naturally rules partnership and marriage, so the conjunction with the North Node is a great placement to see.  There is a feeling of “going somewhere” with the other person. They will both learn important lessons about partnership, equality, cooperation and love through this relationship. North Node connections can feel very uncomfortable for some, as it represents leaving one’s comfort zone, but they are also very compelling and ultimately ‘feel right’.   In this relationship, there is a feeling the relationship is ‘meant to be’. The relationship is based on shared love and affection, and each partner will grow and develop a lot in this relationship. This is a very binding aspect, as both partners feel they are on a journey together. There is a strong feeling of moving forward and progress. I have seen this aspect many times in the charts of married couples, due to the union of love and fate.

The conjunction between the Venus and South Node in the Composite Chart indicates a significant past-life connection. These two were likely married or had a romantic relationship in a past life, and have reunited in this lifetime to attend to unfinished business. They are naturally drawn to another because of this. Check the house Venus resides in the Composite Chart to show the nature of this connection. The connection between them is easy and comfortable, and they feel immediately attached. This aspect can bind two people together for a long time, and it will be one of the most significant relationships of their life. On the downside, the relationship may eventually feel draining for at least one of the partners. The lack of progress or evolving in this relationship may also be bothersome to at least one of them (but this depends on the couple’s individual natal charts).

 

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Composite Mercury in the Houses

The Synastry and Composite are the most important charts in relationship astrology.

In the Composite Chart, Mercury represents how the couple communicates and what they like to talk about.

To properly assess Composite Mercury, we look at the sign, house, and aspects the Mercury receives. In this article, we will go over how the Composite Mercury behaves in different houses.

Composite Mercury in the Houses 

The Composite Mercury in the 1st house

With Composite Mercury in the 1st house, the couple enjoys a strong intellectual bond. The two of them enjoy texting and talking to each other regularly and bond over shared intellectual interests. They also really enjoy talking about themselves and their relationship. Their open lines of communication and great conversations are appreciated by both parties. They feel more open to express themselves with each other.

Composite Mercury in the 2nd house

This placement also indicates a shared focus on money and material possessions. This couple likes to plan how they accumulate, spend and save their money. This would be a wonderful placement for a working relationship/partnership due to the shared focus on material wealth. This placement can also indicate stubbornness and inflexibility in their communication, given the fixed nature of the second house.

Composite Mercury in the 3rd house

The 3rd house is naturally ruled by Mercury, so this couple will find communication easy and uncomplicated. They feel very understood by each other, and are happy to be with someone who understands them. Sharing ideas and interests brings them closer together. They enjoy taking short trips together, and might have shared educational interests or goals.

Composite Mercury in the 4th house

This couple will like to talk about the past, their families, and their childhoods. They feel very secure and comfortable in opening up in this relationship, so both partners will openly express their feelings to each other. There may be a strong interest in genealogy or learning about each other’s families.

Composite Mercury in the 5th house

This relationship encourages playful, creative communication. They enjoy playing board games and trivia together. Their conversations are lighthearted and positive, and they love making each other laugh.

Composite Mercury in the 6th house

This placement is often seen in the charts of coworkers, or even boss-employee relationships. Or, they might have a shared intellectual interest in 6th house activities, such as health. They are much more productive, efficient and detail oriented when they are together.

Composite Mercury in the 7th house

The placement of Mercury in the 7th house of partnerships indicates a relationship where harmonious communication is expected. This couple communicates very well – they listen to each other and are willing to compromise. Both partners feel ‘heard’ in this relationship.

Composite Mercury in the 8th house

The Composite Mercury in the 8th house indicates intense and deep conversations. This couple will reveal a lot about themselves to each other. They help each other ‘get to the bottom’ of their deep issues. Conversations are very healing and transformative. There may be a tendency for one partner to force their opinion on the other.

Composite Mercury in the 9th house

This couple loves talking about travel and philosophy. They enjoy discussing the meaning of life, religion, and their worldviews. As a couple, they love to travel and explore new cultures together. This relationship opens both partners’ minds to new possibilities and viewpoints.

Composite Mercury in the 10th house

This placement is great in a business partnership, as it indicates the couple has a shared interest in success. Discussions are practical, prudent, and mature. Both of them love discussing their career goals, and are happy to have someone to support and listen.

Composite Mercury in the 11th house

This placement indicates communication focused on friendships, causes, and long-term goals. They encourage each other to think outside the box, and are generally very accepting of the other’s ideas. They are both more open-minded as a couple than they are individually.

Composite Mercury in the 12th house

This placement indicates a relationship in which communication is dreamy and compassionate, but also confusing and disorienting. There may be a tendency to keep secrets from each other. At the same time, there is psychic-like connection between them, as if they can read each other’s minds.

 

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Composite Venus in the Signs

The Synastry and Composite are the most important charts in relationship astrology.

In the Composite Chart, the Venus represents how the couple expresses love and what it values.  Venus also rules beauty, harmony, fairness, and material possessions.

To properly assess Venus, we look at the sign, house, and aspects the Venus receives from other Composite planets. In this article, we will go over how the Composite Venus behaves in different signs.

Composite Venus in Aries

  • The placement of the Venus in Aries in a Composite Chart indicates the couple expresses their love in a direct and passionate way. They are open and honest with their affections, and love to tease and flirt with each other.  If they have a relationship issue, they will confront it head-on. They are demanding of each other’s time and attention, but also respect each other’s independence. Together, they might spend money more impulsively than they would on their own.

Composite Venus in Taurus

  • The Composite Venus in Taurus indicates a couple who values security, commitment, and financial stability. The feelings of love and affection are very stable in this couple. They like to compliment each other and enjoy the finer things in life together.  They both value financial security, so they will focus on building up their savings account. Possessiveness is likely in this relationship, as the 2nd house Venus can indicate a sense of ownership over the other. The love buying each other beautiful gifts.

Composite Venus in Gemini 

  • This placement indicates a couple who express love through communication. These two love talking to each other, and do so regularly. Expressing their love and affection for each other feels easy and natural. This is a social couple who love going out with friends. They bond over their love of technology and new gadgets. They give each other a lot of space, but might take their time to fully commit.  This couple likes being on the go, and may enjoy many short journeys and road trips. They pique each other’s curiosity and love trying new things together. There will be good relations with each person’s siblings and neighbours.

Composite Venus in Cancer

  • This placement indicates the couple expresses their love through nurturing and supporting each other.  They are protective and possessive of one another, as well as the relationship. They enjoy cooking for each other, and want to build a beautiful home and family together. There may be a mutual interest in interior design or genealogy. This couple is very sentimental, and enjoy sharing their favourite memories with each other. They enjoy spending time at home together, and become more and more reclusive as the relationship progresses.

Composite Venus in Leo

  • This couple likely noticed each other immediately. Others see them as the “it” couple: glamourous, charismatic, and very romantic. They express their love for each other in a dramatic and fun way, sometimes even publicly. These two love being at the center of attention, and will attract more attention as a couple than they would on their own. They give each other a ton of attention and adoration, which is great for both partner’s ego.

Composite Venus in Virgo

  • This couple expresses their love for each other by being of service to each other. Virgo represents service, health and productivity, so one or both partners will have a positive impact on the other’s health and routines. There may be a shared love of exercise and healthy eating. They love doing chores and working together, and may have even met at work. There may also be a shared love of pets and animals in this relationship.

Composite Venus in Libra

  • This is a wonderful placement for Venus, as it feels very ‘at home’ in Libra. This couple expresses their love by always being considerate of their partner’s needs and wishes. Equality and fairness is a big theme in this relationship, so if something is off-balance, it should be dealt with immediately. This relationship teaches the couple the importance of give and take, as well as the value of compromising and cooperation. These two naturally want to partner with each other, as both feel they’ve met their ideal match

Composite Venus in Scorpio

  • The Composite Venus in Scorpio indicates a relationship full of deep, intense love and plenty of affection. This couple is very physically affectionate and sexually active – it is as though they cannot keep their hands off each other. The love they feel for each other is consuming, obsessive, and all-encompassing.  They are very possessive over the other, which may lead to jealousy and insecurity. Loyalty and commitment are extremely important to this couple, for Scorpio usually brings an ‘all-or-nothing’ energy.

Composite Venus in Sagittarius

  • This couple loves to go on adventures together. They bond over a shared interest of travel, philosophy and higher learning. Together, they enjoy exploring different places and cultures. The couple might share religious or philosophical worldviews,. They express their love to each other in a honest, direct, or blunt, way. They feel much more adventurous and generous when they are together.

Composite Venus in Capricorn

  • This placement indicates a traditional, responsible and mature relationship. It may have taken them a while to express their feelings and affections for each other, given the reserved nature of this sign. Capricorn values commitment and stability, so both partners are able to count on each other in times of need. They might bond over shared career goals, or may even be in a business partnership. Others see them as a “power couple”. They are careful with their finances and enjoy planning their futures together.

Composite Venus in Aquarius

  • The Composite Venus in Aquarius blends friendship with love. Perhaps they met through friends or a group/club they both belong to. They have a wide circle of friends they enjoy spending time with. Each partner will encourage the other’s individuality and uniqueness, for this is why they fell in love with each other in the first place. There may be something unusual of offbeat in this relationship (i.e. long distance, polyamorous, etc). Affection is expressed in an friendly, detached manner.  This is not the most affectionate couple, but they truly ‘like’ each other as people.

Composite Venus in Pisces

  • Composite Venus in Pisces points to a relationship full of idealism, dreaminess, and at worst, delusions. When these two got together, there may have felt they had met their soulmate. They are far more sensitive, compassionate, and idealistic when they are together. It is as though they are living in some kind of beautiful dream. As Pisces is a very spiritual sign, the couple might take up meditation or go on a spiritual journey together. They see the best in each other and forgive one another easily.

 

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Composite Venus in the Houses

The Synastry and Composite are the most important charts in relationship astrology.

In the Composite Chart, the Venus represents how the couple expresses love and what they value most in the relationship.  Venus also rules beauty, harmony, fairness, and material possessions.

To properly assess Venus, we look at the sign, house, and aspects the Venus receives from other Composite planets. In this article, we will go over how the Composite Venus behaves in different houses.

Composite Venus in the Houses 

The Composite Venus in the 1st house

This placement indicates a relationship based on commitment, fairness, and cooperation. The couple is very affectionate, and frequently give each other compliments. They look very good together, and others will see them as the ‘perfect couple’. They are concerned about their image and want to appear likable to others. They are more diplomatic, cooperative, and considerate when they are together than they are individually. Others admire their beauty, social graces, and the wonderful connection they share.

Composite Venus in the 2nd house

This placement indicates a relationship focused on security and material wealth. This couple enjoys the ‘finer things in life’ together, such as good food and beautiful surroundings. They might share similar taste in clothing, home furnishings and art.  They share an interest in how they spend and save their money. They are possessive over one another, and both partners can be quite stubborn.

Composite Venus in the 3rd house

This placement indicates the couple loves communicating.  They find it easy to express their appreciation for each other, and each of them value what the other has to say. There might be a shared interest in movies, trivia, and art. They enjoy studying and learning together. This couple will enjoy good relationships with each partner’s siblings and neighbours.

Composite Venus in the 4th house

Venus in the 4th house of a Composite indicates the couple has strong family values. Both partners likely enjoy positive relationships with the other’s family, and perhaps had similar childhoods and share family values. The couple love spending time together at home and attending family get-togethers. This couple want to lay down roots and start a family together. They prefer a nice meal at home as opposed to going to a restaurant.

Composite Venus in the 5th house

This placement indicates a relationship full of love and play. They feel very good together, as this placement encourages self-expression and individuality. This is a wonderful aspect for an artistic couple, as it increases the enjoyment and pleasure they get out of creative pursuits. The couple enjoys flirting with each other and going on romantic dates. This placement keeps the relationship feeling lighthearted and fun. If they have children, the couple will enjoy raising them together and will encourage their kids to harness their creative and artistic skills.

Composite Venus in the 6th house

The two of you may have started as work colleagues and loved working together. Or, you might simply love running errands and doing chores together. The couple will value productivity, efficiency, and health. They show love to each other in practical ways, such as helping each other with difficult tasks.  They both may see health improvements as a result of the relationship. This is a great aspect, because it can make even mundane activities very fun, just as long as they are together.

Composite Venus in the 7th house

This aspect indicates the couple highly values fairness and commitment. This is one of the best aspects to see in a Composite Chart, as Venus is the natural ruler in the 7th house, and thus feels very ‘at home’ here. These two love being in a relationship with each other, and are willing to compromise and work together to build a long-lasting relationship. They are each very aware of the give-and-take of their relationship, and work hard to ensure both partners feel valued and appreciated.

Composite Venus in the 8th house

This placement increases the attraction each partner has to the other. They love to make love and connect on an intimate level. There is a strong desire to please the other, in the form of sexual pleasure, affection, and gifts.  Their love is intense and all-consuming, but in a sweet and loving way. Since the 8th house represents other people’s money, this couple might receive a windfall or gifts from others.

Composite Venus in the 9th house

This couple values travel, philosophy, faith and higher education. Perhaps they met while they were abroad, or share an interest in travel and exploration.  They LOVE taking trips together and exploring different cultures. They appreciate and value each other’s philosophical or religious worldviews. There might also be a shared love of learning and higher education.

Composite Venus in the 10th house

This placement indicates a relationship that values their public reputation and how they come across to others. They might be considered a “power couple” by those who know them.  As a couple, they gain a higher social status ands standing in the community.  One or both of the partners might use use their social contacts to help the career or reputation of the other.

Composite Venus in the 11th house

This placement indicates a relationship that values friendship above everything. This couple might have met through friends, and continue to enjoy regularly spending time with their friends. They are a social couple who enjoy being part of a group or a cause.  Both partners support and appreciate the other’s talents, hopes, and dreams.  They share an interest in humanity, technology and politics.

Composite Venus in the 12th house

This placement indicates a love that is mysterious, hard to define, and even hidden. This placement can be found in extra marital affairs and the like, given the 12th house’s association with deception and confusion. This relationship might be quite hard to define, and each partner will feel confused how the other feels. On the positive side, the couple feels intuitively and spiritual drawn to the other. There might be a shared love of dreams, fantasy, helping the less fortunate, and even astrology! They value each other’s compassion and sensitivity. They love escaping to their own little world together.

 

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