After weeks of experiencing new depths of passion in the intensely emotional, highly complex and deeply secretive sign of Scorpio, Venus reached her saturation point. Like a moth that was dangerously close to a flame, she knew it was time to break free of the Scorpion’s hypnotic spell; and with a stealth that would make Pluto proud made her way out of Scorpio’s domain.
As she emerged from the shadows of Scorpio’s Underworld, Venus saw a well-lit path welcoming her to sunnier shores in the friendly, optimistic and easygoing sign of Sagittarius. From the moment she crossed into this fiery yet emotionally casual sign, she felt an enormous sense of relief as the intensity of the past few weeks melted away.
In contrast to the secretive, controlled and gated Underworld, the Archer’s domain is a boundless expanse where she could move about freely, and best of all, speak whatever thoughts come to mind. As she kicked back and relaxed in this easygoing sign, she quickly embraced its fun-loving attitude, tolerant spirit and philosophical approach to love and life.
Speaking of love, while Venus is in Sagittarius she can be hard to pin down. Ruled by Jupiter, Sagittarius believes life as a never-ending journey and matters of the heart are no exception.
Consequently, while Venus is in this fiery sign, her passion blazes but once she’s had her fill, she’s ready to move on to the next adventure. At heart, she’s a flirtatious, independent bachelorette who enjoys romance on her own terms, and those terms include a partner who wants to make more than sexual memories with her. While she enjoys the physical aspects of a relationship, Venus in Sagittarius seeks a kindred spirit, a lifelong friend and most important, a partner who makes her laugh and wants to grow and evolve as much as she does.
Besides romance, Venus also rules money, and while in Sagittarius she can be very generous. She can also be quite a spendthrift who buys impulsively with little (if any) thought to price tags, especially if her purchases are related to education, books, personal growth and, perhaps her biggest weakness of all, travel.