Gemini’s Symbol is the Twins; this Sign can often be of two minds about things. If possessive Taurus is able to let go and give one Twin the relationship security and intimacy it wants while allowing the other Twin its freedom, things will go well between these two. Venus and Mars are the planets closest to the earth; they refer to what is most personal and primordial in the make-up and the behavior of a human being, to the most intimate factors in the life of an individual. Venus moves inside of the earth's orbit, Mars outside of it; and this fact alone tells what meaning they have in astrology. Copper is the metal of Venus. Copper has enhancing properties, much like the sign of Taurus, and is associated with beauty, love, artistry, and sensuality. Depicted here, the glyph or symbol used to represent Taurus’ ruling planet, Venus. The Venus glyph reveals spirit (circle) over matter (cross). The symbol for Venus ♀ is also the female sign in biology. The Venus symbol ♀ used as female symbol began with Swedish botanist, physician, zoologist Carl Linnaeus around 1750s. Venus is the Roman goddess of sex, from Greek's Aphrodite. See also: the Story of Cupid and Psyche.
as you learn the basic signs and symbols of astrology, you can use this list of astrology symbols to help you find your way through the birth chart. Each symbol links to its keywords and meaning.
What do the astrology symbols mean?
What Does Your Venus Sign Tell You
The symbols for each of the planets and signs are also called the glyphs.
The birth chart is a snapshot in time of the day you were born. You’ll typically see the symbols for a planet and sign together. The symbols show where in the sky, in what sign of the Zodiac a planet’s was located when you were born.
Eventually, you will learn the astrology symbols by heart. Until then, keep this handy reference in your bookmarks!
Venus Astrology Sign
Venus moves inside of the earth's orbit, Mars outside of it; and this fact alone tells what meaning they have in astrology. Indeed the basic meanings attributed to each of the planets in our solar system is neither a matter of chance nor the result of millennial observations by astrologers and empirical tests; these meanings are deduced essentially from the place the planets occupy in the solar system and in relation to the earth.
Thus, because Mars is the first planet outside the earth's orbit, it represents fundamentally outgoing activity and the organic and psychological instrumentalities which make such an activity possible (for instance, at the physical level, a man's muscles, his adrenal glands releasing quick energy for action).
In contrast to Mars, Venus — the first planet inside the earth's orbit — refers to man's ability to bring into the field of his consciousness and inner life the results of his experiences, and thus to pass a feeling judgment — pleasurable or painful, elating or depressing, good or bad — upon these experiences which Mars made possible.