Those with Venus conjunct Uranus, Venus square Uranus, or Venus opposite Uranus experience what is called love at first sight, a bolt from the blue! The cosmos just has a way of arranging these things, and when the planet of love (Venus) meets with the planet of sudden realization (Uranus), boom! there is an instant attraction. If anything, this is also the personification of a divine friendship and its powered from the mental plane.
Moreover, Venus-Uranus can be attracted to the intellectual, crazy genius, someone totally offbeat and unusual. The sexual attraction for others is usually triggered by something cerebral, so any individual with such an aspect can be drawn to brilliance, love-crazed for anyone who sees things differently, dares to be different from the status quo. On the extreme level, it can also mean falling in love with the crazy loon, the disordered, and representing the impractical love, so all of this can also be appealing. The love bizarre aspect has a problem with the closeness-freedom dilemma discussed by psychological astrologers Liz Greene and Howard Sasportas in their astrological seminars. In the main, the powerful vibrancy of Uranus’ mental energies finds it difficult to be intimate on the physical level of Venus.
One of the common things mentioned for Venus conjunct, square or opposite Uranus is to experience short-lived relationships but that it can also be overwhelmingly exciting and a mad love of the best kind while the relationship endures. Uranus has an unstable level and it can be the marker for on and off relationships, turning hot and cold, expressive one moment and aloof the next. It all expresses Uranus’ sudden turnabouts and the need to be free. Also, there is an extreme sexual magnetism and the brain and love are fused together so relationships sizzle bright with electrifying chemistry, but sometimes it is a love so illuminating it can burn like fireflies and vanish into the cold and dust.
This combo sings the mad girl’s love song and it is also where the loving heart soars into the universe, they love like teenagers; there is something of a rebellious teen spirit when enters into the picture. In fact, such souls really love to choose partners that nobody will ever approve. The stamp of approval is not needed for they feel a strong independence in relationships and possess the freedom and free-will to choose whomever they want. If people say they can’t date someone from abroad, surely enough the foreign accent will suddenly become incredibly exciting and Venus-Uranus will, against all odds, find a foreigner to fall in love with. If it sounds willful, this is because love and attraction fall closer to the vibration of the outsider, the rebel, the unacceptable. Moreover, relationships reflect something of our own soul, so an attraction to the unexpected is something which is also deeply residing withing this aspect’s deeper values.
Usually, as Venus-Uranus folks grow older, most of this rebelliousness in love is balanced by friendship, shared goals, and a relationship in love with all kinds of new discovery, unafraid of change, an awesome universal romance made in the stars.