What Does Sun Conjunct Venus In Synastry Mean?

women adoringPurpleStarGirl asks on Discuss The Astrological Study Of Love & Relationships:

“Does Sun/Venus synastry count as powerful? And is that particular aspect seen more often in friendships or romantic relationships?”

Sun/Venus is a positive connection in any relationship. Venus favors the sun and the sun appreciates Venus’ good taste. But I’d not characterize it as “powerful”.

For example, I think Jupiter/Sun would be more “powerful”. This is because Venus/Sun is superficial. Think in terms of one person (Venus) “liking” another person’s personal pictures on Instagram (Sun). The Sun person may appreciate the favor but it doesn’t exactly make a relationship.

This synastric combination is seen in any and all interactions. Romantic, friendship, but also consider if two people interviewed for a job and it was a toss up. If one prospect had a Sun/Venus conjunction with the hiring manager, they’d likely get the job over the person lacking it.

What’s your experience with Sun conjunct Venus in synastry

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11 thoughts on “What Does Sun Conjunct Venus In Synastry Mean?”

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    the laughing goat

    My boss’s Sadge Sun is conjunct my Sadge Venus 10H – I am called one of his “favorites”.

  2. My boss’ Venus is quin/inconj my 11th Sun, and I am one of his favorites and could probably get away with murder.

    I wonder with parents – kids relationships, as in, does this aspect feature with your favorite child (totally taboo, but we all know this happens)?

    1. To your point, Osiris Wife, my natal Gemini Mars was conjunct my mother’s natal Gemini Sun. This manifested as passive aggression. I knew enough not to bite the hand that fed me. In my adult years, we had a tepid relationship. In the end, she taught me the gift of open communication with my children.

  3. I find the jupiter/sun more powerful for personal relationship, but the job interview/getting the work favoritism is probably really more favoured for sun/venus. like you can trust that person to do the job. Loving someone doesn’t always equate to having them to do the “job” and be “perfect”.

  4. I agree that this is positive, but superficial. I had this recently with someone I was very attracted to (I was the Venus person), and we’d hung out a number of times but there just wasn’t enough “there” there.

  5. Very very long-term, warm and close friendships with venus-sun synastry situations. I’m the Venus in both situations.

    Venus-Ascendant, Venus-Jupiter and Venus-Moon are also nice to have.

  6. I had a great online friendship with a man who had his Venus in Sagittarius on my Sun. We had the greatest conversations. He traveled a lot and shared all his pictures and tales of his adventures with me. It was a great friendship, but definitely not a love interest. Sadly, he passed away a few years ago. I miss our conversations very much. He was a real joy in my life.

  7. A bit off topic but I can speak to the Jupiter sun dynasty… I have sun conjunct Venus and my husbands jupiter is conjunct my sun. He always sees the best in me.

  8. No I disagree with the philosophy and analysis here. Venus isn’t a “superfical planet”. This assumption is rooted in patriarchal culture deeming any feminine principles as “weak” or trivial. At its core Venus rules LOVE, self-worth, values, what we find worthy, art, relationships. This aren’t weak subjects.
    When used well, Venus conjunct sun in synastry is a POWERFUL activator on both side. The sun’s self expression illuminates venus’s love, values, self-worth etc… In exchange Venus teaches the Sun unconditional love and self-love. This conjunction only is a powerful opportunity to learn love/ self-love through another person (though nothing is granted, astrology speaks in opportunities only).

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