Venus in Capricorn, Mars in Pisces Compatibility

CapricornWhen Goat meets Fish, a unique synergy is created. Though creatures of land and sea don’t usually find much in common, the differences between Venus in Capricorn and Mars in Pisces often prove sexy, as these two discover unique ways to connect and share. Together, they creatively seek to understand what makes the other tick, and out of this search, new and exciting possibilities arise in their relationship. Ultimately, there is the potential for a long-term bond that is both juicy and alive.

Venus in Capricorn may appear to be reserved and serious in love, but under her composed and practical manner lies an ability to care deeply and with great fortitude. This Venus is no fickle dilettante, but rather a connoisseur of what it takes to make a relationship last. A love survivalist, Venus in Capricorn seeks to do whatever it takes to keep on keeping on. Though this can sometimes lead to an overly pragmatic approach to matters of the heart, Venus in the sign of the Goat usually meets her love goals.

PiscesMars in Pisces is sensitive to the subtle vibrations that occur when two people come together in love. Like a blind masseuse, this Mars can intuitively feel what action or move to take to soothe or comfort his partner. Romantic and gentle, Mars in Pisces is a compassionate lover, but one who also desires escape and salvation in bed. Mars placed in the sign of the Fish seeks to share not just an emotional connection in love, but also a spiritual bond. Lacking a sense of the divine in his sexual interactions, he may turn to drugs or alcohol to reach a similar state of bliss.

Venus in Capricorn offers Mars in Pisces a grounded and safe place to come home to, and Mars in Pisces offers Venus in Capricorn an escape from the daily grind. Though their mutual admiration society may be hard for some to understand, in the end, what matters most is that it works for them.

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About Fern Feto Spring

Fern Feto Spring is a counseling astrologer, tarot reader and writer whose sessions blend intuitive and practical insight with compassion and humor. With over 20 years of experience, she incorporates a variety of tools into her consultations. Besides her private practice, Fern teaches classes and workshops nationwide. She also works as an intuitive consultant for businesses and organizations, providing counsel and facilitating organizational development workshops. More info at: www.wisestars.net

Comments

  1. as a venus in capricorn myself much (but not all) i have heard about venus/capricorn is true so the pisces mars sounds pretty good to me .BUT i do know a few mars-pisces people and nearly all of them say the same thing theyre intimate (ie sex and relationships) requiements are the same relationships ie short lived ,they are homo/biosesxual or they like sex unconventional or even rough sex and none of these things appeal to me .i always thought those where aries or aquarius traits but from what i have noticed those with mars-pisces or venus -pisecs are somewhat oddball and rough .
    that whole pisces are romantic’s tale really is just a myth as far as i know.

  2. can you do a sagitarius venus mars aquarius next
    and a mars aries venus capricorn .

  3. how bout a venus in leo and mars in sag combo?

  4. Na my ex is Pisces, but we’ve been dating on and off two years. He is really good in bed and expresses his love for me more than I do (Im a Capricorn). We’re both hard headed but we seem to still love eachother too much no matter if we fight. My Pisces definitely acts younger than his age but he says he always love me and I know he does

  5. Cappy Chick says:

    Can you do these please? Capricorn Venus and Virgo Mars.. Virgo Venus and Scorpio Mars

  6. i have sun in capricorn, venus in capricorn and mars in pisces…in love with a pisces sun with mars in capricorn….seems to work…very intense….spiritual

  7. Pranjala says:

    I am a capricorn female and i am having troubles with my boyfriend who is a piseces male. he stoo busy and lazy to talk to me. i feel puzzled at times when he does not respond back. i know he loves me and i love him selflessly but now that he is away from me due to job constratins i am getting insecure as to lose him. i love him too much to lose a person like him.

    Please suggest how should i approach my pisces amn so that he doesnt feel pushed, forced nad irritated all the time.

  8. Please can I have a Venus Capricorn and Mars Scorpio?

  9. I was hoping you had done Venus in Capricorn/Mars in Scorpio or Venus in Gemini/Mars in Libra but I didn’t see either of those listed. Said we could make requests?

  10. @ Sabrina, Fern is in the process of completing all of them in zodiacal order, one per week.

  11. I’m a Venus Cap, and my ex had his Mars in Pisces. The sex was a-m-a-z-i-n-g. Very thoughtful lover, he was. What Fern wrote about the Mars is 100% spot on. He was so intuitive and compassionate in bed, and I really felt like we were melting into each other!!

  12. i just met a pisces man it took him 3 weeks to call me after I gave him my number , n now we got a chance to meet he said how stupid he was for not calling me. He just says all the right things , which makes me think he is fake… we seen eachother about 3 times and just talk . when we text he likes to express more and when we are together he is really attentive physically , he is romatic open doors walks me to my car. holds my hand tells me how beautiful I am. No complaints yet but I just don’t trust him yet I feel all the attentiveness is kinda fishy lol … I’m capricorn.

  13. As a Venus in Cap…I think I need to set higher goals. lol

    As far as Mars in Pi…salvation seeking in deed. ha ha ha ha THIS is the good side of my current interaction. I would have to say that all that is written here is absolutely true.

  14. Id like to see whats your take on signs that are on the cusp’s

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