posted May 06, 2012 10:18 AM
I'll answer this for a Venus Mars Conjunct aspect, but I'm not sure if your orbs are close enough for a conjunction... someone else would have to tell you that.
Get ready for a ride. You'll love what you hate and hate what you love. Aggression is a motivation.
You'll be able to get any guy your interested in, even if you're not that attractive.
Because you can't help but be seen as a sexual object (more so as you get older), you'll attract some SERIOUSLY scummy guys (and/or women).
People will automatically think that you are more sexual than what you actually are, which can be a detriment in successful ventures.
You'll be able to transfer you're feelings of love through the physical without having to even think about it (this also includes hugs or simple touches).
You'll equate feelings of love through sex, but will have trouble understanding other people don't do that. Sex for you is love, but not for other people... which is a painful lesson to learn.
If you don't have afflictions with Mercury, debate is a wonderful and stimulating exercise.
If you do have afflictions with Mercury, you'll be prone to arguing.
The people who come to actually know you will appreciate you entirely.
You will hurt the people you care about the most with your anger.
You can be highly motivated when you enjoy something, more so than most.
If you don't enjoy something, it's difficult to bring ANY motivation to get it done.
Also, because this sign brings sex to the forefront of a person, there's also a chance you had to deal with abuse as a child.
Basically a conjunction says, "These two things work together, and they work together in all things." If one is effected by something, they are both effected by it. And what you have is: Love/Likes working at all times with Sex/Anger/Motivation
It's a pain in the behind, wouldn't wish it on anyone.
Astrology Activism: The constant strive to not just learn the intricate details of Astrology but the desire to constantly find new ways to prove that it exists in a scientific manner.
Failure to incorporate the later into your work is akin to learning how to cure cancer but not sharing it with anyone.