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Venus in 3rd House/Venus in Third House

Today, Venus in 3rd house.

So, lets see what Venus can do in 3rd house without any conjunction or aspect from any other planet. 1st lets see what these 2 things represent --

Venus is beauty, desire and love, liquid money, Venus is beauty, desire and love. Venus is the main significator of marriage. Venus represents girlfriend or wife for a man. Venus is the significator of all relations, may it be husband-wife or mother-daughter. Philosophically speaking, Venus is also the cause of all the sufferings in our life. How? Because Venus represents our desires and we get pain and suffering in our life only when our desires are not fulfilled.

3rd house - It is house of your communication skills, neighbours, short distance travels, younger siblings, marketing, announcements, collecting information, hobbies and skills, self-efforts, business, courage etc.

So 1st of all, these people are highly skilled and artistic as 3rd house represents hobbies and interests and Venus is creativity. But the good results of creativity are only seen in person's 30s as it is one of the Upachaya Houses which improves with time and give positive results only in 30s. They have great ability to become good writers and communicators as 3rd house is written communication and Venus is love. So, they love writing. It is better for them to work on their own and run creative business, as in job setup their creativity may not get right environment to prosper. They always love to travel. All in all, highly creative people.

From 3rd house, Venus aspects 9th house of Religion, Philosophy and Literature. As Venus represents love, interests and passions, they are very much interested in higher philosophy and literature, reading about it and discussion. They are very religious, philosophical and charitable. They love to meet people of different culture. 

Tomorrow - Venus in 4th house.

Vishal S Saxena - Astrologer



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