|Jack Nicholson: Venus in Aries conjunct Midheaven|
Our authoritative role in our professional life is dictated by our Midheaven. Therefore, those with Venus conjunct the Midheaven usually make highly likable, agreeable authority figures. You can be the boss that everyone loves and who more than a few in the workplace are harboring a crush on. With Venus culminating, you just can’t help but be an attractive presence in your professional sphere. But, this placement gives you a responsibility to emit these good vibes and ensure that everyone gets along. You want to spread peace and happiness throughout your career field. Just be sure that you’re not being too passive or accommodating just to keep everyone content, as this can happen when you take this title as peacemaker a bit too far. There needs to be balance in this sense, of course. You can, instead, use Venus to effectively mediate disputes and put a smile on others’ faces, as well as engage in a career that involves giving beauty to the world in some form, such as the arts or the fashion industry.
In high school, it’s typically difficult for the peers of a Venus conjunct Midheaven individual to dislike them. You could’ve been friends with everyone or, at the very least, made virtually no enemies during your time there. You were probably one of the biggest candidates for pretty superlatives like Best Dressed or Most Attractive. And there’s also the subject of dating which, in most cases with this position, was an overwhelming drive in your social life. You were seen as a major catch by most of your peers and things haven’t changed much in adulthood. With Venus culminating, you develop a worldly status as someone who’s particularly desirable, no matter what you may look like physically. You project the most attractive qualities of your Venus sign for the world to see, giving you an image as sweet as it is sexy. Your love life can be the talk of the town, but mostly because so many are eager to know if they’ve got a shot or not. You’ll probably enjoy all ofthe admiration but also handle it with supreme grace.