Venus in Saggo Vibe

Venus in Sagittarius is quite the vibe, right?

It’s Emily ‘I dwell in possibility‘ Dickinson, Tina Turner in turquoise and infinity cravings. Whether you’re born with it or you’re simply experiencing Venus currently in Sagg, it’s as if every romantic, artistic or aesthetic desire gravitates toward a grand, unified theory of something.

And without cognitive stimulus, even the hottest hormonal interplay splutters to a halt. Out-there info and wild opinions are an amazing aphrodisiac, albeit not necessarily a good fit with the American Thanksgiving.

Did you know, for example, that a ‘serenade’ refers to love songs sung in the evening or at dusk? The morning version is an ‘aubade’ – pronounced oh-bardwhich is also the title of this sensational, poignant Louise Gluck poem. Click only if you want to get your yearn on or you’re not concerned about a Love Zombie relapse.

Then again, when Venus is in Sagittarius expansiveness is everything. What’s better – cramped but sensible or spacious and ever-evolving?

Venus in Sagg people can forgive – or, more accurately, forget – anything but confinement or assaults on their sense of possibility.

Additionally…

…Venus in Sagittarius people are rare compared to the other Venus signs. Venus hasn’t been retrograde in Saggo since 1954, so she spends less time in the sign. The longest Venus in Sagittarius stint in recent history ran for 17 weeks from late 1898.

That era’s most popular fragrance was Eau de Quinine – yes, like the anti-malaria drug – and while it smelled like rosemary, the scent was also a popular ‘anti-parasitical hair growth tonic.’ To me this speaks to the practical, out-doorsy nature of this Venus sign.

The iconic Lotte Lenya was born during this Venus trip: Her free-loving, multi-marrying, bisexual style and swagger drew attention but her sublime voice embodied the ‘bigness’ of Venus in Saggo. It was “โ€œsweet, high, light, dangerous, cool, with the radiance of the crescent moon,โ€ said the composer Ernest Bloch.

And (another Love Zombie trigger alert) her husband Kurt Weill – she married him twice – wrote this in a letter to L.L. : I think most of all of the sound of your voice, which I love like a force of nature, like an element.

For me all of you is contained within this sound; everything else is only part of you; and when I envelop myself in your voice, when you are completely with me. I know every nuance, every vibration of your voice.

As you read, Venus is still near Mercury in Sagittarius, accentuating the voice theme and radically expanding the scope of relationships in play. They’re both in ‘evening star’ mode, gleaming at dusk and inspiring a broader romantic or creative transmission.

And, it has to be said, walk-outs from situations and paradigms that suddenly seem too small. Venus is in Sagittarius until December 9/10 and next week, she opposes Mars in Gemini. More in the upcoming Daily Mystic Updates and Horoscopes but whatever your song, you’ll want to project it.

Thoughts?

27 thoughts on “Venus in Saggo Vibe”

  1. The Lion & The Centaur

    I think a great gift idea for a Sag or Sag Venus is a multipurpose beauty product: CBD oil that you can use topically or orally, or a scented wax candle that you can use as aromatherapy, enhancing your tanned legs or giving an intimate massage.

  2. Opposite natal Gem rising (which has Mars in Gem retro bang-on right now), so weirdly feels subdued. I’m deep in the mountains of Saturn in Aquarius territory, hiking boots clawed into the rock, reaching for the next stronghold. Would give anything for a rest, preferably in a spaceship far away from anything earthy!

  3. Some one posted me ‘Astronomy 2023’, a 150 page gloss magazine, a guide to the night sky, meteor showers rise & set charts, star maps etc,.
    This book is the key iv’e been wanting to understand astrology & a telescope is going to be my xmas gift to me.

    A TELESCOPE!
    This is gonna be a Jupiter expansive moment. Galileo guide my sight ๐Ÿ™‚
    Surely we will have blue skies by January, sky gods permitting.

    Beloved women friends have visited bearing gifts over the last week, making me feel loved, appreciated & slightly overwhelmed.

    This must be a Venus & Sun in Sagittarius bounty.
    About gifts, thank you MM.
    A million kisses deep.
    x

          1. Hi Pegs, ooh, how exciting!! ๐Ÿ˜ƒThis also means your ๐ŸŒž must be close to my natal Neptune, ruler of my Piscean Mars-MC, at 16ยฐ Saggi..? It’s a powerful point of my chart (I found out retrospectively when I started studying astro, all of five mins ago – compared to the rest of you!)
            E.g. Saggi daughter has Merc and NN conjunct it, Cappi boy has Venus and IC conjunct it. Aries hubby’s sun trines it, and Jupiter was exact conjunct it when we got hitched!!๐Ÿ˜„
            (This also works in reverse, too – Mars-Pluto were conjunct it when the bank I worked at got held up, and Pluto exactly when my beloved Leo grandmother passed away). Anyway – I bow to you, Guru ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™ – irrespective of where your Sun is!! Big hugs XOO

    1. Hi Pegusus. I can feel your happiness.
      A telescope. What a perfect gift for a Sagittarius.

      Remember to make a wish upon a ๐ŸŒŸ.

  4. You made me think of all the workers strikes going on in and around the UK right now. Too little room to progress, too little pay x

  5. My life partner has Venus-Mercury conjunct in Sagg in his birth chart. My own Mercury is right there too, in between his Venus and his Mercury. We have good conversations โ™๏ธ

    1. I’ll bet you do. Venus conjunct Mercury in Sagittarius in the first house here. Good to hear a couple have good conversations.

      1. Venus conjunct Mercury in Sagittarius, the mark of a storyteller or a really good teacher-preacher ๐ŸŒŸ I wonder how to give expression in your daily life to this placement, Brunnie ๐Ÿ˜Š

        1. Thank you. It is given expression mainly through my work these days. I am a bowen therapist and hypnotherapist. My bowen clients tell me that they come for my stories and with hypnotherapy (I work mainly with anxiety) I do not work conventionally but allow the story to be channelled. I love it especially when my teenagers say they don’t understand what I have done. It’s really weird but they feel better.

          1. Very interesting, Brunnie, and it must be so rewarding to help people with anxiety which can be crippling in a subtle way!

      1. 11th house. Think my vow of silence to ‘departments of assumed authority’ are over.
        These people are ready for scolding, one that has to be informative with a ‘how they can improve if they did their work with more attention, interest & passion’.
        Then offer them an ultimatum.

      2. Good you sent the emails Pegasus!
        I suddenly realize that Pegasus is a very good name for someone with Mercury in Sagittarius. Pegasus, the flying horse as a metaphor for the flights of fancy of Mercury in Sagittarius ๐Ÿคฉ
        Itโ€™s nice to have Mercury in Sagg as – in my experience – it really gives an interest in good stories (which have meaning in them). Also a capacity for story-telling. But Merc in Sagg can also be scattered and shall we say โ€˜exaggerateโ€™ the truth ๐Ÿ˜‰

  6. Louise Gluckโ€™s poem is gorgeous – Iโ€™ll be spending the rest of day listening to her poems.

    Pisces Rising w Sun, Moon & Venus in Gem 3rd house

  7. Venus in Sag here! Right on my 7th/8th house cusp. I don’t think I’ve ever fully understood how to express it or to integrate it with my Scorp stellium and Cap moon and Taurus rising. This helps! Also … heed Mystic’s warning on that stunning poem, it’s a doozy. And a keeper. xoxo

    1. It does help, this article – thanks MM. And thanks for intoxication warning on inhaling that poem, Venus – very wise – altho I do believe I may have accidentally found the antidote – my Saggi Sun, Cap rising & Aqua moon daughter, who turns 11 next week. I was deep in Louise Gluck’s heady descript “one love, many nights… jasmine, orange blossom..” and my daughter yelled “Mum! The baked beans are ready!!!”
      Will get back to moonlit yonder, presently.๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‘ Xx

      1. We do need gorgeous poetry these days, donโ€™t we! Iโ€™m departing Twitter because of despicable Musk and his minions, and will most of all miss #poetrytwitter, where Iโ€™ve also found treasures. Spent part of the weekend transcribing screenshots of favorites.

        1. A photo was shown of his beside table, there were:
          4 cans diet coke, a replica flintlock gun & a Vajra. The vajra was explained as a something to ward off enemies….lol.
          Explains much.

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