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Are Men Attracted to Women of Their Moon or Venus Sign?
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sdlawyer
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Wednesday, September 14, 2011 - 11:47 pm
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I keep reading and confirming in my own life that to determine what type of woman a man is attracted to, one should look at his moon sign and/or his venus sign.

So far, it seems that a man’s Venus sign is a better indicator of the type of woman, as a persona, he is attracted to whereas his moon sign seems to indicate how he emotionally/instinctively responds to such women.

Any thoughts on this? I could be way off base as the sample size of my conclusion is super small. Any insight would be greatly appreciated. 🙂

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the love of my life (which I keep referring to but should really stop) has Venus in the 12th. where my sun, merc and other shit is. my son has venus in cancer. je suis cancer. my daughter has venus in the 12th.

(i’m taking attraction loosely here….)

my father has venus in leo. my mom is a leo.

my first husband had venus in virgo. as do i. and he is virgo sun. my second husband had venus in leo. i’m leo rising. but he’s a virgo.

double leo has venus in cancer. and as i mentioned, i am a cancer.

my sister ha venus in leo – mom leo/sister leo rising. she is also a virgo.

i don’t know about the moon. but i can attest to all these venus connections.

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My exes:

Pisces Sun/Pisces Venus/Cap Moon <— very bad (mutual)

Aquarius Sun/Pisces Venus/Leo Moon <— good relationship (I asked him out)

Cancer Sun/Gemini Venus/Cancer Moon <— good relationship (mutual)

Cap Sun/Aquarius Venus/Sag Moon <— very bad (he strongly pursued me)

Sag Sun/Cap Venus/Scorpio Moon <— good relationship (mutual)

Scorpio Sun/Sag Venus/Scorpio Moon <— very tumultuous from his end, he created a lot of drama (he strongly pursued me)

I’m Gemini Sun/Sag Moon/Gemini Venus/Taurus Rising

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the short and dirty difference i’ve come across in regards to this is venus is for sex and moon is for relationship

that may be oversimplistic

as for my personal experience, all but one of my last 5 boyfriends have had earth moons—–i am mega-virgo

while there venus’s have been all over the place

if that helps

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I’ve gotten with a couple Aries Moons whose Moons conjoined my Venus. Not so much of pattern seen with their Venuses…

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All the men I’ve been with romantically have a strong Cancer and Libra or Gemini signature in their chart with a firey Mars. The only thing I have been able to chalk this up to is my Libra ASC and Aqua Sun/Venus trining their air and their Cancer attatching to my Chrion conjunct MC in Cancer (public face ya know?). For me the signs are the same, but the placements of those signs differ.

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I married a Cap Sun with a Leo Moon and Sag Venus. My Sun (15 Leo) is exactly conjunct his Moon (15 Leo) and trine his Venus (18 Sag).

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@sdlawyer: I think it’s both. I think Venus is more initial attraction. What immediately draws us to the other person. Whereas the moon is what feeds us. Often, at the beginning of relationships, Men may be more certain of what they’re attracted to, but less sure of their emotional needs. I’ve heard that Men chase after their Venus and ultimately marry their Moon. While I think it’s a wee bit simplistic, I think it’s somewhat of a guide.

I think of it as one of those movie plots….. like “Boomerang” with Eddie Murphy. I think Robin Givens would represent Venus & Halle Berry would represent the Moon. Marcus Graham (Eddie Murphy) chased & caught Robin Givens. But, ultimately, his emotional needs led him to Halle Berry. I say: there is an element of attraction in the Moon as well because we’re attracted to anything that can provide us with emotional satisfaction.

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First husband, venus and moon in Aries

Second, venus and moon in Capricorn

other significant that I didn’t marry (lol) venus in Gem..moon in Sag

I don’t know what the attraction was unless it was Neptune..who knows.

As for Ox, he has Venus in 12 in Scorp 🙂 He loves my Neptuney 8th house self (as much as he is afraid (12th) of the depth (pluto) of his love (venus). Moon in Taurus 7th. Not sure if there is a connection there. I have no Taurus but I do have lots of Libra stuff–you know, the other Venus ruled thing 🙂

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Thursday, September 15, 2011 - 4:16 pm
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In a man’s chart, Venus is what he’s attracted to – it’s what he LIKES in a woman. The Moon, however, represents the anima for a man and thus the types of partners he unconsciously winds up with.

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If he has a hard aspect between the two, what he gets he might not like and what he likes he might not get. He may be initially attracted to her, but she may not really fit his needs while conversely she may be what he needs but not always what he likes – savvy?

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@Sagittarian- I’m a big fan of your blog (total fangirl squeeee! embarrassed), and I think it was you that said in a past post that women are attracted to men that embody their (the woman’s) mars sign and men are attracted to their venus signs. I’m oversimplifying.

I’ve found this to be very true in my life, and in another synastry chart I’ve done where the couple has been together a very long time.Maybe I just like that I find it in my chart so it’s stuck with me.

My husband has Venus in Capricorn, which is my sun, asc, and mercury and I also have Venus & Uranus in the 10th house. My mars is in Libra, 9th house. My husband is a double Sadge with his NN in the 7th.

I wouldn’t discount the moon either, though. Husband and I share a moon sign & house.

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Thursday, September 15, 2011 - 4:27 pm
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@jocelyn: Thank you 🙂 I really appreciate that. Yes… I always think it’s more complicated when you add the DSC, 7th House action, etc… but that’s what the general rule of thumb is to get us started.

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Thursday, September 15, 2011 - 4:36 pm
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@Sagittarian- I sometimes uncover some nuance in our composite or synastry chart where I’m scratching my head but it makes sense. Planets I wouldn’t normally associate with romance (personally, Saturn & Jupiter) still factor in in one weird little way or another.

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Thursday, September 15, 2011 - 4:44 pm
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@jocelyn: I think Jupiter is very underrated in romance & synastry. It’s very uplifting and buoyant. We feel inspired when we come in contact with it. For example: if someone’s jupiter is on your Moon, or in your 5th or 7th house, you might feel so good being around that person that you overindulge. Either way, your emotions are heightened.

I would say that Saturn has the “commitment and focus is sexy” vibe. In relationships, I think a lot of us want to hear that our partner isn’t going anywhere and they feel a sense of duty toward us & the longevity of the relationship. That, in itself is hot!! lol!

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