Venus conjunct Jupiter 2022—will love, money, and success be abundant for you during this cosmic collision?

Venus conjunct Jupiter 2022 will provide a supercharged dose of energy that you can harness for romantic, spiritual, and material abundance

Venus conjunct Jupiter 2022—Heart-shape for the stars
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Venus conjunct Jupiter 2022 brings with it a huge dose of energy that can be used to attract abundance in all of its forms. This supercharged injection of positivity, if harnessed correctly, can help you attract the wonderful things attributed to Venus and Jupiter.

As a matter of fact, this energy is so potent that of all the Astrological events in 2022, it's considered by some to be the luckiest. The conjunction is happening on April 30, 2022, as Jupiter in Pisces 2022 continues to shake things up. 

If you look back to the cosmic chaos during Venus in retrograde 2022, which ended January 29, you may recall some awkward conversations. Perhaps certain conflicts you had been avoiding were hashed out? Or issues you didn't even realize were there came to light?

Consider this period as an energetic spring clean, preparing you for this powerful conjunction. So dust off your 2022 horoscope and maybe even your love horoscope 2022 because things are about to get abundant—if you allow them to!

What does Venus represent?

Venus is the given name to the Roman goddess of love and as a result, many think only of romance when they consider this planet. No surprise there as it's totally connected to our love language and romance, but there's more to it than that.

Yes, in astrology, Venus is the planet of love, pleasure, and sex but it also represents our desires, values, finances, and aesthetics too. It shines a light on our relationship with money and what we find luxurious.

As it's such a positivity-laden planet, according to the astrology dictionary, it's referred to as one of the 'benefic planets.' 

According to where Venus is in your astrology birth chart, you can understand a lot more about how you connect with Venusian energy.

What does Jupiter represent?

Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system, which sits nicely with its astrological association with all things growth. Think expansion, learning, abundance, prosperity, and good fortune.

Remember how Venus is known as one of the 'benefic planets'? Well get this, the other planet said to be in that group is Jupiter, and it's so giving that it's known as the 'Greater Benefic.'

What does Venus conjunct Jupiter mean?

Venus conjunct Jupiter 2022—Venus and Jupiter Planet Conjunction

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Technically speaking, planetary conjunction is when two planets link up together under the same sign. This is where it gets really interesting. According to Cafe Astrology, "planets and points that form a conjunction are energies that are united. They are blended; therefore, they act together."

In other words, planets in conjunction basically boost each other's energy, meaning this conjunction is basically benefic squared! The icing on the astrological cake is that this conjunction is happening during Pisces season.

Venus is exalted in the water sign Pisces, which according to Well and Good, means it thrives most there. "Pisces is the sign of compassion and empathy, and compassion for others is an expression for love," astrologer Rachel Lang told Well and Good. "It’s no surprise Venus is exalted in Pisces because Venus seeks harmony and balance in relationships."

Jupiter is in its domicile in Pisces, meaning that in traditional astrology, Pisces is ruled by Jupiter. So both of the planets will find even more strength in each other during this conjunction.

Aoife Hanna
Junior News Editor

Aoife is an Irish journalist and writer with a background in creative writing, comedy, and TV production.

Formerly woman&home's junior news editor and a contributing writer at Bustle, her words can be found in the Metro, Huffpost, Delicious, Imperica and EVOKE.

Her poetry features in the Queer Life, Queer Love anthology.

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