This planet ruled the arts, harmony, proportion, affection, and the ability to integrate separate things into a whole and to mediate between opposites (sign of Libra). The tendency of Venus is toward cozy relax-ation. Venus is likewise strongly related to music.
Venus rules over the metamorphosis of the cells, the reproduction and enrichment of the substances, the formation of tissue, the selection and transformation of substances in the cells, the preservation of the body, the complexion, the relaxation of tissue, the face, the cheeks, the chin, the upper lip, the abdomen, the throat, the kidneys, and the parathyroid glands (which act as intermediaries and stabilizers for the muscles, the formation of nerves, and nervous energy, and decisively influence the calcium metabolism by their hormone), the thymus gland, the stomach veins, the appetite, the breasts, germination, the chyle (chylus) in the intestines, the diuretic and emetic processes, the eustachian tube, exosmosis, fermentation, fertilization, the inner sexual organs, the harmony within the systems, the umbilicus, the neck, the nose, the sense of smell, the palate, and the spine (with the Sun, Mercury, Neptune, and the sign of Leo).
Something has already been said above about the image of Venus (Ishtar-Aphrodite-Sukra). No influence of Venus or Jupiter could in any way promote disease, which is only promoted through critical aspects of other planets. A badly configured Venus promotes diseases of the uterus and the sexual organs as well as of the kidneys. Diseases promoted by intemperance and excesses are Venusian.