Venus in Pisces
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Venus in Pisces is exalted so it is the strongest possible placement for Venus. People with this placement are romantic and sensitive, however, if they don't receive clear demonstrations of love, they feel lonely and disappointed. Their extreme emotional sensitivity means they are often afraid of being hurt through rejection, thus they hesitate to express their feelings.
This placement gives people a high capacity to understand the feelings of others. They know what it is like to walk in other people's shoes. The experience of having been through all the signs gives the soul the ability to identify with all types of humanity.
This placement confers a deep ability to love unconditionally and sacrificially. They see and love the soul of the individual instead of just the surface. But because their feelings are based on an ideal, they may be crushed when they are forced to face the harsh reality that their dream love is mostly just a dream. It is easy for them to be devoted to a segment of "humanity" or a whole group of friends, or more than one person at a time. Especially with some configurations, it is common for them to love from afar or without complete satisfaction (such as with a distant or forbidden relationship), and this may be in part due to their willingness to sacrifice reality for the dream.
If afflicted, it could indicate lack of discrimination, extreme sensitivity, and over-dependence on others.
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Famous People with Venus in Pisces
- Drew Barrymore, 22 February 1975
- Giacomo Casanova, 2 April 1725
- Kurt Cobain, 20 February 1967
- Nicolaus Copernicus, 19 February 1473
- Charles Dickens, 7 February 1812
- Celine Dion, 30 March 1968
- Marvin Gaye, 2 April 1939
- R. Kelly, 8 January 1967
- Richard M. Nixon, 9 January 1913
- Ronald Reagan, 6 February 1911
- George Washington, 22 February 1732