Venus In Scorpio Corpse Report Redux

With Venus in Scorpio and the Sun and Mars conjunct Pluto, many are deeply stirred and in most cases, disturbed.  It’s like wading into a pond; all the silt that has settled on the bottom is kicked up and there’s nothing you can do to prevent it.

The silt in this case is made up of broken or failed relationships, or other loss of love, perhaps through death.

The Moon in Virgo analyzes as Mercury retrograde square Jupiter indicates a rehashing of the story.

While not automatic, it is possible to get a deeper understanding of your situation which can result in a higher level of acceptance that moves you closer to healing.

Are you being revisited by loss?

19 thoughts on “Venus In Scorpio Corpse Report Redux”

  1. I’ve been feeling this energy, but slightly differently. Transiting Saturn is opposing my Venus, and with Venus now in Scorpio and Mercury Rx, I’m looking deeper at what I’ve considered ‘valuable’ and doing a lot of reevaluating.

  2. I’ve been feeling it, too. During my Christmas nap yesterday afternoon, I had a vivid dream/vision that there was a path in front of me and there were exes galore just standing there… One by one, they were snatched away by something or someone, and I was really sad and scared because I didn’t know why this was happening. After they were all removed, I looked ahead on the path, and it was the Taj Mahal! And I realized that they were on my path at some point for a reason, yes, but they don’t belong there now, and I’m free to walk along it toward a place of great promise. The symbology of the Taj Mahal is interesting – it was built as a monument to a beloved wife and is considered a tribute to eternal love, which I’m hoping lies ahead of me on this path.

  3. @Del ; that’s amazing! I wish you all the best in your endeavors.

    I feel like I’m losing my mind with this loss lingering around me. Luckily, I’m learning pretty quickly to take a gander at the bright side and try to accept what’s happening. In any and every case, what’s happening, as you said, can [ and most definitely will ] bring you to a place of healing, indefinitely. So long as you accept it..

    “God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
    the courage to change the things I can,
    and the wisdom to know the difference.”
    I can’t begin to say how much this prayer has been helping me.

  4. How about loss of finances and missed opportunities in a relationship (still in existence..) I had a talk with my bf last night about choices we’ve made and how much its cost us/me and it felt good to get that off my chest. Since we were at the bottom, hopefully now the only way to go is up!

  5. Pluto in Virgo natally here, and my husband is a Virgo.
    Every time Pluto trines something, we just have the most awesome romantic times is all that happens.

    But last year at the tail end of December I was just as you describe. Feeling completely bereft, lonely and sad.

  6. Venus in Scorpio isn’t bad for us, as he has Jupiter in Scorpio, and for Taureans Scorpio is just the south node. It could be said a Scorpio is just a really really concentrated Taurus, just like a rock is a really really dense, concentrated
    chunk of earth.

  7. Nope!

    But t. Venus in Scorpio is square my Saturn/8th and I was just asked to be someone’s accountant (!) I said yes. In information gathering mode now, hardcore. We’re both feeling super positive about the road ahead:)

  8. (((stacey)))

    On second thought–this could be seen as a yes, but it isn’t bad. Not at all. In fact, I feel the healing aspect of it.

  9. Yes. And I just realized yesturday that my major relationship times seem to all be this time of year. Just starting to understand which is giving me a better grip on things.. much more stable inside than I have been at this time of year my entire life? Hopefully by next year I will have had time to process this and work more effectively with it insted of just getting by.

  10. Venus in Scorpio is conjunct my natal Neptune on the MC and people are leaking in all over and all around. Thankfully I have at least some degree of a macabre sense of humor but not nearly enough to find this truly funny.

    “Funny like a heart attack,” a man in authority told me after I shared with him, about 4% of my life as a 13-year-old.

    I laughed. “Good one,” I said.

    He was black and at high(er) risk of heart attack. I put that together at the time, which is strange.

  11. Nope!
    As a matter of fact, Christmas Day I asked for something to be taken from me and it was. I can’t even linger on it; it’s like there’s a block there and it’s refreshing!

    I’m enjoying it and placing faith that whatever happens is for my own best interest. It’s a new path for me and I’m digging it. 🙂

  12. I am always revisited by loss this time of year. But I am handling it with more grace than I ever have in the past, and focusing on the blessings that came through the process.

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