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Mercury conjuncts Venus
When Mercury and Venus conjunct, you know just what to say and how to say it. Using the right words can get your message across easily, helping you to do business and improve your love life as you eloquently share feelings and ideas. This can be a great time to get in touch with friends, neighbors, and relatives. Your interest in people and ideas can increase when Mercury and Venus conjunct and you may enjoy group situations and travel short distances to participate in more events. As you network, you can get more ideas about how to make improvements in your daily work routine or lifestyle. Learn and earn. The check just may be in the mail.

Astrological Mercury
Mercury indicates mental outlook, intellectual endeavors, the way you think and communicate. It represents ideas, methods, and information. It rules your hands and thus your manual dexterity and mechanical skills. Mercury also describes transportation; that is, how you get where you're going physically and mentally. Do you speed with all possible haste or amble along taking a few detours here and there? Mercury is the astrological ruler of Gemini and Virgo.

Astrological Venus
Venus rules your social attitudes and behavior, and your aesthetic tastes and inclinations. It is female relationships and social interactions at every level. Venus indicates your values. It describes romance, marriage and other partnerships, capacity for humor, and the pursuit of pleasure. Venusis the astrological ruler of Taurus and Libra.


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