Does Venus Placement at 25degrees in the birth chart give zero to low results?

In Vedic Astrology, a planet is placed in different Zodiac Signs during the birth of a person. There are 12 Zodiac signs which cover the different aspects of life (360 degrees) i.e. from Birth to Death (with prospect of rebirth or salvation).

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Every Zodiac is spanned at 30 degrees and the planet placed inside it can be classified as follows:

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The strength of the planet as per degree of placement in the Zodiac

Venus which controls two Zodiacs – Taurus & Libra, is a significator of love, partnership, romance and ability of a person to build wealth. This means, Venus is important for an individual – Man or Women.

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Considering this, we have to ask an important question:

Does placement of planet above 24 degrees mean it give no results?

Let us understand…..

A planet in 20–30 degree range can be ideally considered weak(worst dead) but it is better to consider it from another perspective….An old planet is a wiser planet.

Benefics(Jupiter, Moon, Venus & Mercury) in the 20–30 degree range have a better understanding of expectations & limitations

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Consider this in this light and go ahead in life.

Hope this is helpful

God Bless!

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