VENUS CONJUNCT MARS in your Yearly Horoscope

Venus conjunct to Mars in a solar return chart 

Implies that actions either support or conflict with relationship needs. It is important for partners to be supportive of each others actions and to appreciate what is being done, but this may or may not be the case. Look at the signs and house position for the conjunction. This might give you some idea as to which principle is stronger. 

For example, if Mars and Venus are in Scorpio, Mars is in rulership while Venus is in detriment. This combination is more Marsian (active and assertive), than Venusian (passive and receptive). But if Mars and Venus are in Taurus, a Venus-ruled sign where Mars is in detriment, the combination is more Venusian. 

You should also take into consideration the house placement of the two planets. 

  • VENUS IN : ( | 1ST   | ) , ( | 2ND | ) , ( | 3RD  | ) , ( | 4TH   | ) , ( | 5TH   | ) , ( 6TH   | ) , ( 7TH  | ) , ( | 8TH  | ) , ( | 9TH  | ) , ( | 10TH  | ) , (  11TH   | ) , (  12TH   | ) HOUSE
  • MARS IN : ( | 1ST ) , ( | 2ND  | ) , ( | 3RD  | ) , ( | 4TH  | ) , ( 5TH  | ) , ( | 6TH  | )  7TH  | ) , ( | 8TH  | ) , ( | 9TH  | ) , ( | 10TH  | ) , ( | 11TH | ) ,  ( | 12TH  | ) HOUSE

If both planets are in the 10th house, this might indicate great career ambition and a push for success. If both planets are in the 12th house, one might forego external achievement and confrontation in favor of inner peace. 

Couples can work together on a major project for the sake of mutual benefit. For example, one couple totally redecorated an investment property they owned. Each contributed his or her talents and abilities. Their individual efforts complemented each other and got the job done. This strengthened their relationship and yielded a financial return. The same couple could have fought over the design, budget, or purchases, and let this negatively affect their relationship. 

Obliviously, Venus conjunct to Mars is a two-edged sword. Actions can either support or conflict with relationship and/or financial needs. Some couples never coordinate their efforts. This may relate somewhat to the individual personalities involved and the couples history. 

  • VENUS SEXTILE or TRINE MARS - Venus rules love, beauty, receptivity, and attractiveness while Mars rules sex, action, and assertiveness. With the sextile and the tine, feminine personality aspects of the relationship can be in harmonious balance with the masculine personality aspects. learn more...
  • VENUS SQUARE or OPPOSITE MARS Obliviously, it  is a two-edged sword with both positive and negative interpretations. Actions can either support or conflict with relationship and/ or financial needs and can provoke positive or negative responses from a partner. Learn more...

The best predictor of the future is the past. Partners in strong and stable relationships motivate each other to higher achievements. Partners in faltering relation-ships squabble over efforts, undermining independent and joint endeavors, thereby sabotaging any chance of benefit or success. 

Battlegrounds are commonly associated with fights over money, sex, and control. Salaries can go up or down dependent on work ethics, efforts, goals, and attitude. You might decide to cut back on hours, but you are more likely to hustle to land that big account or expand your business. The harder you work, the more you earn. 

Since Venus is conjunct to Mars, partners should coordinate their views on spending practices and agree on what needs to be purchased. 

Paying the bills should be a joint effort, however, depending on the sign and house placement of this conjunction, one opinion may carry more weight than the other. 

Sexual attraction and satisfaction are important factors in both new and established relationships. Interactions can either con-tribute to or detract from the relationship's success or failure. These two planets conjunct and in the same sign can indicate an increase in desire. Venus rules love, beauty, receptivity, and attractiveness while Mars rules sex, action, and assertiveness. In the best of relationships, the inward receptivity associated with Venus is compatible with the outward assertiveness associated with Mars. Passion results. When there is no compatibility, a conflict of interest arises, and one process outweighs the other creating tension and impediments to true intimacy. 

The need to control is a byproduct of either active misdirected anger or suppressed passive aggression. The need to control has no place in any healthy relationship. It signals the individual's inability to channel emotional drives effectively into creative pursuits. If you are a self-actualized person, you have no need to control another and neither can you be controlled. You create your destiny by incorporating both the Venusian and Marsian principles into your personality.



Planet Aspecting in Venus

  • MARS IN : ( | 1ST ) , ( | 2ND  | ) , ( | 3RD  | ) , ( | 4TH  | ) , ( 5TH  | ) , ( | 6TH  | )  7TH  | ) , ( | 8TH  | ) , ( | 9TH  | ) , ( | 10TH  | ) , ( | 11TH | ) ,  ( | 12TH  | ) HOUSE

Planet in Solar Return Chart Aspecting to MARS