Venus conjunct Lilith in Scorpio
There is nothing more intense than a connection between Venus, the planet of Love, and Lilith – in Scorpio, the sign of intimacy.
Lilith is one of the most feared and misunderstood astrology symbols. She was the first wife of Adam and she was expelled from heaven because she demanded to be Adam’s equal.
Lilith represents the sexuality that women usually repress, the anger that results from it, the overwhelming lust that comes without warning.
Venus represents more universal themes such as love, beauty, and personal values.
The two feminine symbols can get the best out of each other, especially when they come together in the most intimate and profound sign of the zodiac – Scorpio.
Lilith becomes more balanced and learns to express herself in an even more seductive way, while Venus is now less interested in superficial gratifications. This time she goes for the beauty of the soul.
During this transit, we long for love and want to be loved for who we are. We want to experience the real thing and live in the truth.
The deepest longing of the human heart is for true love.
And Lilith shows us that true love only comes when we learn to accept our nature, with all its flaws. When we go to the deepest places of our soul and deal with whatever we find there, the shame, the guilt, the hopes, the desires, the fragility, the humanity of our existence.
Celebrities born with Venus conjunct Lilith in Scorpio are Annie Lenox, Goldie Hawn, Kris Jenner, and Terence McKenna.
Terence McKenna is a great case study for Venus conjunct Lilith in Scorpio. Not only he has an exact Venus Lilith conjunction (Venus is at 25°33′ in Scorpio, and Lilith is at 25°34′ Scorpio), but Venus and Lilith are also conjunct his Sun and ascendant! So he fully embodies this conjunction, both through his Sun, and his ascendant sign.
Terence McKenna was a writer, philosopher, and ethnobotanist. He is known for his work on shamanism, the use of psychedelics and plant-based hallucinogens, the development of human consciousness, and novelty theory.
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