Venus in Pisces, Mars in Scorpio Compatibility

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The mermaid (Venus in Pisces) and the pirate (Mars in Scorpio) are natural partners, swimming together in the deep sea of love with an easy grace. These two understand each other in an intuitive way and have an unspoken bond between them that is powerful and magnetic. They are at their best when they can retreat together, enjoying private time away from the external world. This watery pair thrives on shared creative projects, whimsical outings and flights of fancy.

Venus in Pisces is a true romantic who follows her heart wherever it leads, often feeling first and thinking later. Watery and elusive, this Venus is a true sea siren, luring her partners deeper into an almost intangible sense of connection and intimacy. Though Venus in Pisces is almost always kind and compassionate, she can also be tricky and hard to understand. With an innately spiritual approach to matters of the heart, this Venus is able to bring a magical quality into any relationship, sprinkling her particular brand of fairy dust on even the most cynical of souls.

ScorpioMars in Scorpio is like the Marlon Brando of the zodiac. Smoldering, sexy and intense, this Mars gravitates towards partners who challenge him. He wants to both transform others and be transformed in relationships. As a water sign, Mars in Scorpio seeks more than just an intense physical connection in love, he also wants to feel emotionally and spiritually bonded with his mate, preferably for life. Though it may take awhile for this Mars to reveal his hidden side, once he does, it’s hard for him to hold back.

Venus in Pisces is drawn to Mars in Scorpio’s magnetic depths and mysterious vibrations, which not only intrigue her, but also catalyze her own creativity. Mars in Scorpio is soothed by Venus in Pisces’ unconditional love and feels safe enough in her presence to open up and reveal himself. As a couple, these two provide each other with a soothing shelter for the storms of life.

New to astrology? Learn more about Venus and Mars compatibility.

About the Author

Fern Feto SrpingFern 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

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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. makemetick says:

    i find this to be very accurate about venus in pisces. 🙂 it would be lovely if you could post about venus in pisces with mars in libra anytime soon. i’ve been following these for months, and they’re very insightful, and i’ve been waiting for that particular combination for a while.

  2. As a mars in scorpio woman who is in love with a venus in pisces man – I appreciate this post! True, true, true!!!!!

  3. This is fantastic! I would love to see Venus in Pisces with Mars in Cancer.

  4. i find the venus in pisces description to be quite accurate . i have my venus and mars in pisces.

    thi guy im dating has a mars in scorpio but has yet to reveal the sort of intensity this article would indicate.

    though t times he feels very sexual intense. outside of the bedroom he is a marshmallow . hes a cancer sun with a cancer venus and virgo rising ..we’ll see when this sort of intensity reveals itself .

    it sounds a bit scary to be honest .. bur having so much water in my chart i hardly ever shy away from “intense”

  5. Didnt work for me. As a Mars in Scorpio woman I found that Venus in Pisces man too elusive and too much in love with the whole world while I wanted more exclusivity. In the bedroom things were magic though.

  6. This post is very accurate. Venus in Pisces especially. But I want to know if there is a tendency of the Scorp man to take advantage of his Piscean woman, knowing she loves him so much. After a break-up, do they have a good chance of making up? Gets frustrating and really hurtful for the Piscean woman at times, especially when her Scorp man has an erratic and unpredictable nature…

  7. I need to see the following comparisons:

    1. Venus in Pisces Mars in Capricorn
    2. Venus in Pisces Mars in Aries
    3. Venus in Pisces Mars in Gemini
    4. Venus in Gemini Mars in Capricorn

  8. I’m a Venus in Pisces Mars in Cancer, my best friend has his Venus in Pisces too and i can say i’ve been chased by Mars in Scorpio as well

  9. Hey d*ck bags! Can’t you read this section is ONLY about Venus in Pisces and Mars in Scorpio TOGETHER. Stop bringing up other irrelvent signs that compare to these two. GO SOMEWHERE ELSE! In other words stay on topic!

  10. Helen, every comment on here IS on topic or is a REQUEST to Fern for other Venus-Mars combos. But even if the comments were off topic, there is no need to be rude.

  11. @ Tora. FAIL. I agree with Helen not all comments in here are on topic.

  12. The plan is for Fern to write up every single combination on a weekly basis. I do not know when any particular combination will be written so everyone’s patience is appreciated.

    I do agree that there is no need to be rude, and must make a general observation that “staying on topic” is a rarity these days on any particular Sasstrology blog post.

  13. Silvereyes says:

    I Mars in Scorpio met a guy not so attractive but Pieces Venus, usually I would move on but he drives me nuts, I’m enchanted by him, I cannot get him out of my head, I love having sex with him so much that I’m gently holding back not to scare him with all the passion I have towards him. He is all I want.

  14. Cassandra says:

    For the Mars in Scorpio women: I am still learning astrology and am FAR from an expert, but I’ve been reading a lot of articles on this lately and from what I’ve read and from personal experience, it seems like we women are meant to focus more on where our Venuses are relative to the men (or whoever the more “masculine” partner is)’s Mars rather than our Mars to their Venus. I can say as a Venus in Pisces woman that it’s a VERY “feminine” placement for Venus and it does make us very wishy-washy/receptive/nebulous in the romance department. I have just started dating a Mars in Scorpio guy, and so far it feels really good/natural. Compare this to my most recent ex where my Mars was “on” (conjunct, although loosely) his Venus, and I definitely felt like the “dominant”/aggressive one sexually in the relationship (which is saying a lot because my Mars in Libra is SO weak, in fact his prissy Venus in Virgo was probably the only sign Mars in Libra could even hope to “dominate” haha). It wasn’t “bad” per se, he was always receptive to me and there was definite chemistry (especially since our Mars’s were trine each other too), but it did feel sort of imbalanced compared to my current situation. After a while I got tired of being in the more traditionally “masculine” role, and that’s what it might be like for you Mars in Scorp women going after Venus in Pisces men – I don’t know many Venus in Pisces men myself so I can’t speak to how they are, but just extrapolating from the energy of my own Venus in Pisces… I’m not saying you shouldn’t try it out and see, and I’m not trying to reinforce gender stereotypes or anything like that, but these are my thoughts looking at it from an energy/archetypal standpoint. You may be better off trying to find a guy whose Mars nicely aspects your own Venus in some way?

    If any experienced astrologers want to confirm or negate what I’ve written here, feel free!

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