Venus Visits The Sun: What does it mean?
This has been quite the month for astronomical and astrological phenomena: a solar eclipse two weeks ago with the new moon, a lunar eclipse two weeks later on Monday with the full moon, and now Venus will cross in front of the sun for the second and last time in this century.
What might it mean–these three examples of what was easily viewed then obscured or blocked? What is revealed in the shadow?
Astrologically, an eclipse is a time of transition, of change, when something is revealed that has been obscured, when we can see what is in shadow.
But what about Venus, the planet of love, crossing in front of the all important sun? Here’s one person’s ideas on astrology.com:
The power of women is that sleeping force that is now awakening. Remember all bodies, including males enter the world only through the feminine. The transit of Venus plus the Full Moon eclipse on June 4 herald the love of women but more importantly women’s love and compassion for others, starting with the child and radiating outward. And should women remember their ability to love, the world would change.
What do you think?