When Venus in one chart forms an aspect to another person’s Ascendant. An aspect between Venus and the Ascendant in Synastry can point strongly to attraction, where the Venus person enjoys or is stimulated by the Ascendant person’s body energy and mannerisms. You will be especially aware of each other’s affectionate nature. Pleasing one another is a strong theme in your relationship. Whether this happens to a healthy level or is excessive largely depends on the aspect between Venus and the Ascendant.
Easier aspects: Venus trine or sextile other person’s Ascendant
Expressing affection is an important part of your relationship. You may be a touchy-feely couple. You are strongly sensitive to, and aware of, one another’s needs, tastes, and feelings. You aim to please one another.
Challenging aspect: Venus square other person’s Ascendant
You are especially sensitive to one another’s feelings, tastes, and needs, but this can stimulate some level of conflict. There can be pouting and the reaction of rushing to meet the person’s needs. Enabling may be an issue. You may encourage laziness or over-indulgence in one another. You want to please one another, but you can spoil in the process, or soothe and appease in order to avoid rocking the boat.
Venus conjunct other person’s Ascendant
You are very sensitive to one another’s feelings, tastes, and needs with this aspect. The Ascendant person embodies or personifies what the Venus person finds attractive. Romantic attraction can be strong, but this also works well in platonic relationships. There is a strong desire to please one another. If taken too far, there can be long-term challenges – spoiling and appeasing can lead to resentment and regret.
Venus opposition other person’s Ascendant (Venus conjunct Descendant of other person’s chart)
The Descendant person is likely strongly attracted to the Venus person, who seems to express many of the traits he/she is seeking in a partner. The benefits and challenges mentioned above apply to this combination as well.