Venus moves into Gemini
May 9 – June 2, 2021
Venus in Gemini is a social butterfly – dazzling, but flighty. She thrives on social connections, loves parties and gatherings, and craves variety. Chit-chat is her middle name, and sometimes she can be a terrible gossip. If you want to spread the news through the grapevine, tell Venus in Gemini a secret.
She doesn’t maliciously spread rumours. But she simply can’t keep her mouth shut. News of any kind just burns on her tongue. The urge to share her knowledge just can’t be suppressed.
In our society, this is often seen as a negative trait and considered ‘indiscreet’. But in terms of social evolution, it has ancient roots that served an important function. In prehistoric times, social groups tended to be small – consisting of about 25 to 50 people. But as we settled and our villages grew into cities, it was no longer possible to know everyone personally. How would we know whether a stranger could be trusted? The answer lies in social networking. Strangers are introduced through friends and friends of friends.
Thus, ‘data mining’, as we would call it today, served to establish trust – or sent a warning signal, as the case may be. Venus in Gemini always has her fingers on the pulse and spread the news via the grapevine, long before printing was invented.
The other striking facet of Venus in Gemini individuals is their extraordinary flexibility. They are not only social butterflies but also social chameleons! No matter the setting, they have an uncanny ability to magically fit into almost any social context, adapting their speech and behaviour accordingly. This can be confusing if you encounter them in different social roles. You might wonder if this is the same person? But this adaptability makes Venus in Gemini great actors: Jennifer Lopez, Uma Thurman, Al Pacino, Tom Hanks and many more have this Venus placement.
She is quick-witted, eloquent, and often very funny, too. It’s not surprising that she has such social appeal. In politics, however, she can be dangerous. She may be charming and flattering, all the while spreading lies, and being two-faced, promising one thing and doing quite the opposite.
Venus is a fast-moving planet, which means that the effects of this transit will be felt like a passing flurry of energy and social interaction. Only those, who experience it as a direct transit to planets in their personal horoscopes are likely to feel a noticeable effect.
Self-Presentation, Persona (1. House):
When Venus in Gemini moves through this section of the horoscope there is a natural instinct to connect with people and to be as sociable as possible. Not an easy feat under current circumstances, but Venus in Gemini will find a way.
Money, Values (2. House):
In the house of money, Venus in Gemini sees shopping as a recreational activity. Resisting the temptation to splurge on impulse is nearly impossible. Money just evaporates…and turns into trinkets in front of her eyes.
Friends and Kin, Mental Processing (3. House):
A Venus transit through the house of siblings and kin is usually a pleasant and playful affair. It livens up social interactions and sparks interests of all kinds – a flirtation with ideas, so to speak.
Home and Family (4. House):
Venus in Gemini loves diversity and change. This transit offers an opportunity to re-arrange the furniture and give your home a new feel. Even small changes can have a big effect.
Creativity, Children (5. House):
In the fifth house, Venus in Gemini enjoys creativity for the sheer joy of it. Artists and writers can really benefit from the kiss of the Venusian muse as it passes through this creative corner of the horoscope. It is also fabulous for having fun with the kids. Everyone will benefit.
Health, Work, Service (6. House):
At work, Venus in Gemini is the hub of communications. She has her fingers on the pulse and knows everything that is going on – because she listens. That puts her into a great position for networking – and magically, things get done.
Partnership, Relationship (7. House):
In the house of love and relationships, Venus in Gemini is a terrible flirt. Great fun, to be sure, but not to be pinned down – she will vanish in a squint. But, it is a great transit for sharing thoughts and minds, for companionship and plain old having fun together.
Shared Assets, Inner Resources (8. House):
A Venus transit through the house of shared assets casts a good light on financial dealings with (business) partners. Aim for win-win and use empathy to really understand your partner’s priorities as well as your own.
Travel, Study (9. House):
A Venus transit through the house of travel stimulates a desire to experience new facets of life. In Gemini, the overriding motivation of travel is to meet people and to learn to see the world through their eyes.
Career, Status (10. House):
Do what you love, and love what you do. When Venus transits the house of career your enthusiasm is the key to success. Your passion is infectious and rubs off on others, creating a happy buzz.
Community, In-Group (11. House):
In the eleventh house of groups and friendship, Venus in Gemini can really bring people together and fuse her social group with infectious sparkling energy. The recipe for her success is her flexibility and genuine interest in others.
Spirituality, Transcendence (12. House):
A Venus transit through the twelfth house can be a period of selfless devotion to a greater cause or someone else’s needs. In Gemini, it can spark an interest in spiritual teachings. Venus in Gemini needs to balance the needs of the heart and the mind.
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