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Progressed Venus in Virgo

Dori
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Hello everyone,

 

I was wondering could you share your experience with progressed Venus in Virgo? Yours or if you know, others?

Recently, I'm alone. I do have a boyfriend for almost 3 years, friends, a bit of family, but I no longer have parents. My brother has his family, but we were never close, I assume we won't be, just as much as necessary. My uncle was present the last few months, but not anymore, I guess his "duty" is finished. For the first time in my life, I live alone, independent. I was desperately afraid of the moment when it will happen, the moment when I will be left alone. I'm handling it well for now, but I was wondering could be associated with the progress Venus in Virgo going through my 8th house? Any experiences? 🙂

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Hi, Dori. I've had progressed Venus in Virgo. I lived in the country at the time, by myself. I worked A LOT.  I was a quintesential "unmarried woman".

At the end of this period, when my Venus progressed into Libra, I wanted to marry and this is exactly what I did.

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Posted by: @elsa

Hi, Dori. I've had progressed Venus in Virgo. I lived in the country at the time, by myself. I worked A LOT.  I was a quintesential "unmarried woman".

At the end of this period, when my Venus progressed into Libra, I wanted to marry and this is exactly what I did.

Thank you Elsa. 🙂 Yes, I remember you wrote a post about it, and when I discovered last year that my Venus will progress in Virgo it puzzled me a bit because I do want to get married and have kids. Yes, I also work a lot, but what happened to me recently, losing my second parent had me questioning this placement. I remember how you wrote that you wrote alone, and it happened to me, over the night, this alone life that I never thought would happen in this way. I always thought it would be normal separation, but I guess it had to be this way and again it left me puzzled, maybe it has something to do with this placement.

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@dori it might be easier to see what's up if you posted your P chart?

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@elsa sorry for the bad quality of the chart

horoscope synastry chart19 700  secondary progressions transits astroseek2 2 7 1984 17 20 a 27 6 2021
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