Someone else’s Venus falling in your 7th House gives an interesting effect: there is a kind of projection, where you are drawn to the Venus person, and they to you, and it becomes difficult to tell who is the ‘instigator’ of the energy. Because of this ‘is it you, or is it me?’ exchange, the relationship can devolve into a mutual admiration society that eventually just fizzles away. You’d think it would create a strong attraction, a bond of love and natural assumption that this could be the mate, and sometimes it does, usually when everyone’s owning their own energies and projection and dissociation aren’t issues.
In the 8th, Venus will be both flattering (“He/she treasures me!”) and edged with pressure, bringing a sense that the other person has assets that they may or may not share. Much depends on your own views on community property, and your own sense of Self-worth.
With another person’s Venus falling in your 9th, this is someone to whom you naturally reach out, prompted by the love you see. You may share a mutual interest in travel, foreign lands, education, or religion, and activities around these could be where you meet or how you spend your time. This placement could also belong to a beloved in-law.
Another’s Venus in your 10th makes the whole thing public, and perhaps career-oriented. It may be hard to tell whether the good feelings are from the other person, or from the boost they give to your status. This may be the placement of a generous ‘boss,’ or the mate may remind you of one or the other parent.
Their Venus in your 11th may signal the fullfillment of a wish, or could suggest that love blossoms within a group. This relationship may have something to offer the world–even if that’s only adding a little love to it!
With their Venus in your 12th, the vibe can be a little uneasy, feeling a bit stalker-ish (in either direction) or too vague to realize fully in real life. This can suggest a subconscious bond, and a feeling of support that makes one feel confident out in the world, even as the relationship remains, somehow, impersonal.