What are the interpretations of the Venus in the 9th house of the natal chart? And how does this manifest itself in life?
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Venus in the 9th house

 Venus – a luminary with a good nature – transforms the 9th house of the horoscope in which it is located. The sphere of life for which she is responsible is distinguished by beauty and harmony. 

The 9th house of the horoscope symbolizes our views, worldviews and beliefs. Man by nature is peaceful and benevolent. He is attracted by religions and philosophies that speak of tolerance, tolerance, humanism, equality and world peace. Read more

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 VENUS IN THE NINTH HOUSE is a very fortunate position if Venus is well aspected, for being so highly elevated here it exercises considerable influence in life and makes the disposition exceedingly kind, sympathetic and helpful so that by these qualities the person becomes much esteemed and sought after, particularly in charitable or religious work, for this position also brings out the devotional side of the nature. 

It gives a love of music, art and drama as well as everything that has an influence for soul upliftment. Whenever the person journeys from one place to another for gain or for pleasure. Venus in the Ninth House will smooth the path before him and make his trip thoroughly enjoyable. If Venus is afflicted in the Ninth House the person will long to do or to be all the foregoing things, but will find it exceedingly difficult, if not impossible to accomplish his desire. 

Max Heindel

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 With Venus in the Ninth House the areas of life where you are most likely to express your social, romantic and artistic qualities are through a love of philosophy, study, intellectual interests, travelling abroad for pleasure, religion and art. A wise, relaxed and pleasantly philosophical attitude towards life is very apparent, and you may dream of living in an idealistic world that is beautiful and peaceful. A love of religious music and art is probable. Marriage may be to a foreigner, or one with the same religious or cultural views.

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