Astrology by Paul Saunders : Venus conjunct Capella & Phact – Let your inhibitions fly away.

Friday, 11 July 2014

Venus conjunct Capella & Phact – Let your inhibitions fly away.


This double conjunction is active now until Sunday 13th July and occurs at 22.03 and 22.22 degrees Gemini 

Today tomorrow and early Sunday, Venus is moving along to connect with the stars Capella in the constellation of Auriga, the charioteer and also with Phact, a star in the constellation of Columba, the Dove.These are two quite active and fun stars and of course the Dove is a bird of peace and joy, so the happy, creative and loving side of Venus is more likely to come out. The Dove holds an olive branch in her beak to this is also a star of exploration and taking a risk or two. Capella is a star of freedom of movement and it has an independent spirit about it.

I get the feeling that this weekend will be one where you can really cut loose, enjoy being with loved ones and friends and it may be a good idea to plan a trip and go to somewhere you have never been before. Venus is the planet of money and I can see it being one where it may be free spending as well.

With Venus being in a trine to Mars if you are single and these planets connect up with your personal ones, your Moon or your Sun this could be a great time to be on the lookout for love. With the independent side of these stars prominent, if your relationship is on rocky ground, then the trine could precipitate argument or a separation as one of you goes wandering. To try and smooth things over, might you have to hold out your own olive branch??

Either way with a full Moon on Saturday and this connection active, emotions will be running high. Make the most of them…

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