Yesterday I wrote about Saturn’s role in synastry. Today, I’ll write about one of the biggest aspects that keep lovers apart.
Since I don’t have a lot of time these days, I’ll make it quick. However, do remember that I offer professional consultations and an appointment can be set-up with me so that I can read your chart in the very personal way it’s meant to be read. It’s a treat!
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Learn more about Venus Square Saturn on this blog (use search) and my two part series about Venus Square Saturn on VirgoVault (my other blog).
Now on to my thought about Venus Square Saturn in synastry especially if there’s a twin aspect (Your Venus Squares their Saturn and vice versa).
Bottom-line? No-go for most.
Saturn in square with Venus is saying: You have responsibilities, commitments, and duty to another love. You can not get into a new relationship with Venus until your prior hardships (including financial) and karma are fulfilled.
This aspect, in synastry, is telling the Saturn person that they need to have integrity, that they may be too mature and serious for the Venus person, and that if they want Venus bad enough they’ll have to take the high road and proceed with caution and due diligence.
The Saturn person passes this message on to Venus very subtly, almost to the point of not acknowledging what’s going on between them because the Saturn person dare not suggest something out of line or they may suffer dire consequences and potentially, humiliation.
Time and patience are required. And the road is long and hard should you desire someone who has Saturn in aspect to your Venus and vice versa.
Saturn needs to be true and faithful to himself (herself) and others (Libra exalted) in order for anything to work out with Venus. Venus must not ignore this need, and test — that Saturn endures.
If you’re the Venus and you want a pretty, ideal picture of a normal relationship with a Saturn in square — you likely won’t get it in the short term (if ever).
But in the end, it’s always our choice and karma to do what we will. Just be prepared and plan for the challenges and inevitable obstacles ahead!
If you want to learn more about handling a Venus Square Saturn or ANY Venus-Saturn aspect, I’d be happy to consult with you.