What are the interpretations of the Venus in the 1st house of the natal chart? And how does this manifest itself in life?
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Venus in the 1st house

 The owner of Venus in the 1st house of the horoscope radiates and spreads soft and kind energy around him. As a rule, others like him. The native's graceful manners, good looks, natural politeness and peacefulness attract people to him. As a rule, he enjoys great success with the opposite sex. 

People with this Venus love to dress up and take care of themselves. It is important for them to look good, and therefore they follow fashion, regularly update their wardrobe and visit beauty salons. The owners of Venus in the 1st house know a lot about jewelry and especially jewelry. Excellent taste allows them to create a memorable image and even become a standard of beauty for some.  Read more

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 VENUS IN THE FIRST HOUSE has a tendency to spread sunshine over the child's home and make the early life happy. It gives an amiable character so that the person is well liked because of his social nature and friendly disposition. It brings out the love of music, art and a desire for pleasure. 

This is what may be called "a lucky position" for it makes the person very attractive to all with whom he or she comes in contact and in that way it tends to give general success in life. It is also very good for the general health. 

Max Heindel

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 With Venus in the First House the areas of life where you are most likely to express your social, romantic and artistic qualities are through your own self, by presenting an elegant, graceful, magnetic, happy, socially outgoing, attractive personality, with much joy for living. This placing of Venus indicates an impulsive, passionate in love, extrovert, bold and romantic nature. There is a need for constant variety in both your romantic and social lives. You make friends easily and are fond of love and admiration. Artistic self-expression is important, possibly through music, clothing or writing.

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