These “love facts” are PRIMARILY written for your venus and mars placements, but PARTIALLY may be applicable to your sun sign. If you read all three and they all fit - awesome. If you read them and only one or two make sense - cool, that placement is more significant in your personality and comes up in your relationships more often than the other(s). I highly doubt that you’ll read all three and not one of them will make sense to you.
Why can you read these facts for all three? A few reasons:
1. Some people’s mars/venus placements become more apparent as they get older, or as they get more experienced in love/sex
2. Your sun sign can bleed into how you are romantically/sexually, it’s just not the be-all/end-all
3. Since your sun sign is your “basic” personality, some people shift from that kind of behavior to that which is more like their mars/venus as they get deeper into a relationship or if they’re just going through that experience really internally or deeply. Weird to explain, but I know that’s definitely the case for me - my venus in leo only comes out of the woodworks when I’m actually really into someone. At first, I just act really virgoan.
4. “Different qualities manifest differently in different people who have had different experiences.” = unofficial motto of this blog xD
Final note - some schools of astrological thought believe that Mars placement is more important in a man’s romantic nature/sexuality, and Venus in a woman’s. I personally say FUCK that heteronormative gender-binaried shit - read both. It’s likely (though not necessary) that one of them will ring “truer” to you than the other. I’m not going to read societal norms of masculinity/femininity into that.
Thanks for reading this y’all!
Go to http://alabe.com/freechart/ for your free birth chart, or astrodienst!
i know i have silly lipstick on and i’m a loser :c don’t make fun
EDIT: IMPORTANT ASTROVOCAB LESSON
Your birth chart is also called your “natal chart”
Your ascendant is also called your “rising sign”
“Planets” is a really loosely defined term in astrology - it basically means “celestial bodies” and refers to not only our eight planets but also the Sun, the Moon, Pluto, certain prominent asteroids (like Lillith and Eros) and whatever else astrologers generally deem to be important.
NOT ALL of the planets have cycles that move fast enough to affect individual charts. The ones that do are referred to as your “personal planets” - these are the sun, moon, Mercury, Mars, Venus, and Jupiter, typically. They are the most important when figuring out the personality of an individual. The most important for figuring out compatibility are usually the sun, moon, Mars, and Venus, along with several other “points” on an astrological chart that I’ll explain at another time xD
The outer planets move more slowly, and thus they tend to make changes on a GENERATIONAL level, or at least peer groups of certain years. Thus, Uranus, Saturn, and Pluto /do/ have an affect on you as an individual, but might better explain differences between, say, you and your parents rather than, like, you and your love interest.
Also, when looking at planets in a chart, we look at them in both what signs they fall into and what personal HOUSES. You do NOT need to know your rising sign to find out which signs your planets fall into. You DO, however, need your rising sign to determine which HOUSE of yours they’re in, and which sign each of your houses is ruled by. Houses are MUCH more complicated and I’ll explain them at a later point as well.
If you have questions about ANY of this, please feel free to put it in my ask box! <3
rebloggin mahself because i posted some extra information under the video!