Tuesday, June 5, 2012

The Transit of Venus From an Astrological Perspective

Posted By on Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 9:00 AM

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Local astrologer Juliana Rose Teal has written about the major astrological events taking place this year in 2012: An Astrological Perspective.

She writes, "I describe three major astrological events that take place this year, and what these events mean when happening in each of the 12 houses in a birth chart. The three events are: The Uranus/Pluto square (which means that these two planets are forming a 90 degree angle to each other in the sky, which is a stressful angle), the Venus/Sun (transit), and the Sun aligning with the Galactic Center in December."

In reference to the today's Venus transit, she writes: "Venus represents what we are drawn to in relationships, and the qualities we find important and attractive in relationships. Venus also represents our values. The Sun is who we are at the core of our being and we spent a life time working on incorporating the positive traits of our Sun sign into our personality. When these two planets meet in the sky, I believe that we will be given the opportunity to become aware of who we are within our relationships, and if we are bringing our true self into our relationships. The energy of this eclipse also provides with the ability to bring balance within our relationships as well."

For more information, visit www.hawkflightastrology.com.

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