The meaning of Venus (6) : Has primary meanings of art, skills in art, imagination, aesthetics, entertainment and lust. In a concrete way it represents artist, musician, elegant matters, light-blue and blue color and copper.
– Venus is Tanu-Sed implies that the native is full of imaginations and dreams. On the other hand, it may imply that the native likes entertainment and recreation.
(Concisely without referring to the dignity and Bhava or house. It is a subject that is separately described.)
– Venus (6) is Tanu-Lak or the inner house ruling planet in Tanu Bhava. It implies that the native is full of imaginations and dreams. On the other hand, it may imply that the native likes entertainment, recreation and is artistic and sensitive.
No matter what dignity or Bhava the planet is in, the native will still possess these characteristics since they represent the innate character of the native.
If it relates to the ascendant, it will be more obvious since these traits will be demonstrated. If it is unrelated to the ascendant these traits will not be demonstrated and therefore unobservable.
Though the person still possesses these characteristics deep inside as inner talents and innate character. The dignity and the Bhava are also involved.
If it is in Karma Bhava, the native will always be obsessed and busy with work. (Though if there is no work or is not forced by necessity and Mars (3) is not ascendant related it implies laziness.)
Most importantly, do not forget that when Tanu-Lak planet conjoins with other planets they will affect the behaviors or skills according to the meanings and dignities of the planets no matter how many they are.
For instance, Venus (6) is Tanu-Lak that conjoins with debilitation dignified Mars (3) and detriment dignified Saturn (7) in a non-ascendant related Bhava.
The native will therefore be constantly diligent at times but will not be able to achieve something out of it as well as having too many scattered thoughts.
(If Tanu-Lak doesn’t conjoin with the planet(s) the native will become lazy and will not think as much.)
– In case Tanu-Lak conjoins with Jupiter (5) and does not relate to the ascendant the native will be virtuous, soft-hearted, compassionate and likes to please the seniors.
Though they will not feel grateful for the hard work and will constantly keep the native busy with assignments. (Jupiter (5) is not auspicious and therefore not helpful.)
– Venus (6) is positive and relates to the ascendant.
The native will be full of imaginations and dreams or may prefer entertainment, elegant objects or have a talent in some form of art. These traits are observable. The lust level will be high according to the dignity of the planet.
(Other planets has to be taken into consideration as well. Do not make a hasty judgment.)
If the dignity of the planet is neutral these traits will be adequate. (If it conjoins with the ascendant and has domicile dignity and as Tanu-Lak, or Tanu-Sed, they must also be included.
The degree percentage depends on the relation: conjunction, opposition, sextile and trine.)
As a positive planet that relates to the ascendant it is considered auspicious for art, elegant matters, imagination and entertainment.
– Venus (6) is positive or neutral and is unrelated to the ascendant.
If it is not related to the ascendant it implies that the native is full of imagination or likes entertainment, recreation and elegant objects.
Furthermore, it may imply that the native has a talent for some form of art. These traits are not demonstrated.
Therefore, they are not observable but the native still possess these traits as inner talents according to the meanings and dignity of the planet.
As a non-ascendant related planet it is considered inauspicious.
Even though it is a positive planet the native will not be as successful as he/she should be since the native may find it difficult to compete against others that have auspicious planet.
Venus (6) is negative and relates to the ascendant.
The native has either too much or too little imaginations and dreams. Additionally, the native has an unusual, strange and eccentric sense of art that is observable.
(The degree percentage will be according to the relation: conjunction, opposition, sextile and trine.)
In this case the level of lust will usually be low or irregular.
Venus (6) is negative but relates to the ascendant is still beneficial. Even though artistic sense and imagination are unusual but they can still result in remarkable art.
Many have become famous in painting but the art will be sophisticated. Some of them are national artists in painting or even are world-class artists etc. (Would be impossible if it is not ascendant related.)
As an ascendant related negative planet it is considered inauspicious. (Auspiciousness is a neutral word. When it is positive it is called “auspicious”. When it is negative it is called “inauspicious”)
A negative planet that represents unusual and hard to understand matters will not lead to popularity amongst the peers.
(Some artists have a world-class reputation but the recognition does not come easily.
There are many obstacles they have to overcome and it can take more than half a lifetime to achieve wealth and fame.
Some of them have died and recognition of their work came many years after their deaths. Therefore, this is presumably inauspicious.)
Venus (6) is negative and is unrelated to the ascendant.
The native lacks imagination, artistic mood and artistry as well as lust.
As a non-ascendant related planet it is considered inauspicious and negative.
Moreover, these traits not observable and therefore will not lead to popularity amongst the peers. (If it is Tanu-Sed it implies that the native will have these traits as well as having unusual sense of art.)
– Venus (6) as external factors represents elegant objects and artists. This is auspicious for the native that has positive ascendant related Venus (6).
Although the native can still perform well when the planet is not ascendant related, he/she will not be as competitive as others that have auspicious Venus.
The planet can be in any Bhava. (except Marana Bhava) The meanings and relationship percentage just have to be included.
-Venus (6) with it’s pair will be able to enhance and suppress another planet’s influence.
Even though Venus (6) has primary meanings of imagination and art it still plays an important role in affecting other planet’s influence.
For instance, when it conjoins with it’s friendly pair Mars (3) or elemental pair Mercury (4) both of them will be enhanced.
When it conjoins with it’s kindred pair the Sun (1) both of them will become more powerful.
As a consequence, the native’s lust will be increased. Therefore, life could be changed by these factors.
-Venus (6) has influence over the strengthh of the house.
Bhava or house will become strong or weak depending on the dignity of the planet. It doesn’t matter if it is a large or small planet.
– If Tanu Bhava has Venus (6) that is positive and conjoins with the ascendant or is Tanu-Lak, the native will have a strong horoscope according to the dignity of the planet.
Therefore, life will become successful in an easy way. When the horoscope is weak it would still be alright.
If Kadhumpa Bhava, the financial house has positive Venus (6) as an outer house planet or the ruling inner house planet, the native will be wealthy according to the dignity of the planet.
Therefore, the fate of the native may differ depending on the dignity of Venus (6).
Although Venus (6) is considered neither beneficial nor harmful in itself, the dignity of it and the relations to others will greatly affect the outcome.
The Bhavas too may also affect the outcome.
* *Observations on Venus (6)
– Venus (6) does not represent love since love requires several combining factors to explain about itself.
It is believed that there is neither principle nor planet that has adequate meanings to explain about love.
– Venus (6) has meanings of lust and craving because these are biological drives for survival of the species. They are considered both concrete and abstract since they are realistic and observable.
** Venus (6) is therefore considered just only one factor of love, not all of them.
Only lust will then be used for the interpretation of Venus (6) since it is a realistic part.