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Juno – my true love and spouse! Part 2

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Juno - my true love and spouse - Part I.

What is Juno?

Juno is ‘the marriage asteroid’ and it represents how someone relates to a partner in the context of a committed union. In mythology Juno is the daughter of Saturn, wife of Jupiter, and mother of Mars, Minerva and and Vulcan. As alredy said, Juno was Jupiter’s wife. He cheated on her but she still stayed with him and fulfilled her traditional duties. No matter what, Juno remains loyal and faithful.

Juno in synastry

If you have your (potential) partner’s exact time of birth, you can find out if you two have any significant Juno aspects in your synastry chart. Juno in aspect between two people indicates a strong attachment; usually is the planet person the one that represents what Juno person in looking for in a relationship.

Juno is often strongly placed in synastry charts of marriage couples. The strongest aspects are of course conjunctions and oppositions, trines and sextiles are not so strong but still very effective.

Juno – Ascendant: With this aspect we have most likely an ideal relationship between two people; full of love, romance, care and passion. The Ascendant person presents an ideal mate for the Juno person, the Juno person was probably instantly attracted to the Ascendant person.

Juno – Descendant: Possibility of having an ideal relationship between two people with this aspect increases tremendously.

Juno – Sun: With this aspect the Juno person is the one who sees the Sun person as a perfect match. They can commit to each other easily and build long-lasting union on a strong ground.

Juno – Moon: With this aspect emotions between two people are highlighted. The Juno person is attracted to the Moon person and they can commit to each other on emotional level easily. The way that the Moon person expresses her emotions, suits to the Juno person very well and make her emotionally comfortable.

Juno – Venus: Relationship between people with this aspect is based on a strong romantic level. The Venus person activates the Juno person’s feelings of commitment. The Juno person sees the Venus person as an ideal spouse.

Juno – Mars: There is a lot of sexual charisma between two people who have this aspect. They commit to each other on sexual level extremely fast. If those two people get married, they for sure will have amazing sex life also after marriage.

Juno – Jupiter: Juno and Jupiter are natural partners for each other, like Eros and Psyche, Pluto and Proserpine, Isis and Osiris; a soul-mate connection is denoted here. The Juno person sees the Jupiter person as a perfect match and wants to commit. Marriage is very likely with this kind of aspect.

Juno – Saturn:  With this aspect between two people it is all about building long-lasting and stable relationship. Juno indicates marriage, Saturn is about commitment – you get the picture. For these two people it is quite logical that they will commit to each other also in a form of legal bond (marriage). One of most known celebrity couples having a strong Juno – Saturn conjunction are Celine Dion and her late husband René Angélil. They indeed found true love…

Do you and your current significant other have strong Juno in your synastry?

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  1. Interesting…
    My SO has a ceres, Juno, psyche and Eros conjunction in the 4th and I have Juno alone in the 5th… My Jupiter however at 0degrees cancer is conjunct Valentine and that conjunction sextile my sun…

    Our main aspect is his Juno stellium trines my Jupiter less than one degree, other aspects include

    My Juno opposite his Ascendant (2 degrees)
    Sextile his Chiron (exact)
    Opposite his Sun. (3 degrees )
    Opposite his Venus (5 degrees)

    His Juno is Square my mars (3 degrees)
    Square my Juno (3 degrees)
    Opposite my sun (2 degrees)

    What do you make of this especially the Juno trine Jupiter and Juno/Sun opposition double whammy?


  2. Also his Juno opposite my Chiron (5degreees)
    And trine my vertex less than 1 degrees

    So Juno Chiron double whammy as well as Juno sun

    What does this mean?


    • Hi, Clo.

      Juno trine Jupiter makes your interaction easy and here Juno helps Jupiter to see what perfect commitment really means. Juno and Jupiter person make it easier for each other to commit. For example: if Juno person usually isn’t very keen on commitment, than when meeting Jupiter person she or he will feel/see that commitment is something that Jupiter person can provide for him/her.

      With Juno-Sun opposition there can be some tension that can bring out some arguments between you two (most likely due to different lifestyle or different everyday needs) but at the same time it is very strong connection that will bond you for a very long time. Strong Juno-Sun aspects (conjunction or opposition) bring long-lasting relationship.

      Much love to you! <3


  3. Hi,
    What if Juno conjunct Mars in synastry, Saturn opposition Juno in synastry. Also Pluto sesquiquadrate Juno double whammy. What does it mean? Someone told me that these are really bad aspects. What is your intake on that? Thank you!

    • Hi!

      These aspects indeed are a little bit harder to handle, although not Juno/Mars one – this can be a great one in some cases. 🙂

      However, you should not look only at these three aspects when determining whether relationship has future or not. Is also VERY important to see who Juno and who the other planet in synastry is. For example: when the Woman is Juno and the Man is the planet, usually these energies can be easier to handle (since women tend to be gentle and more sensitive to feelings – but this isn’t always the case!) etc.

      I suggest you to do detailed synastry analysis. Looking only at one single aspect in the synastry won’t bring you the whole, real picture.


  4. How do you feel about Juno Conjunct Juno and Juno Conjunct Saturn? My Juno in Libra is Conjunct a Libra mans Juno Saturn Conjunction. He is a Libra Sun Conjunct Saturn man with Cancer Moon, I’m a Cancer Sun with Cap Moon in the 7th Trine Venus.

    • This sounds very proimising! Juno to Juno would mean a willingness and desire to form some kind of committed, equal partnership, based on house and sign. With Juno/Saturn conjunction this willingness is even stronger and somehow it seems easy for both (Saturn and Juno) of you to settle down with each other.

  5. Hello,

    I’m interested in someone with whom I already have MULTIPLE aspects, even before discovering our Juno Synastry. I’m Sag sun/Aries moon/Pisces asc/Scorpio merc & mars/Cap venus and he’s Gem sun/Sag moon/Cancer asc/Gem merc & mars/Aries venus. We also have many other non-personal planet connections, including a Scorpio-Pluto conj and the infamous, but ever enticing, Pluto-Mars conj (in Scorpio, no less).

    In terms of Juno synastry, we have 8 “harmonious” connections and 5 “non-harmonious/squares”. My Juno is in Pisces; his, Virgo. I’m wondering what you think about the following Juno aspects:

    Conjunction (1):

    1. His Juno/My Desc.

    Opposition (2):

    1. His Juno/My Juno
    2. His Juno/My Asc,

    Trine (3):

    1. My Juno/His Asc.
    2. His Juno/My Venus
    3. My Juno/His Saturn

    Sextile (2)

    1. My Juno/His Desc.
    2. His Juno/My Mars

    Square (5)

    1. My Juno/His Sun
    2. His Juno/My Sun
    3. My Juno/His Moon
    4. My Juno/His Mars
    5. His Juno/My Saturn


  6. Hi Rebecca. Thank you for this amazing article.

    My colleague and I have a juno conjunct sun double whammy (within 1 orb).

    We also have mars conjunct venus double whammy (within 1 orb).

    My sun, moon, venus and mars all fall into his 7th house, and our suns conjunct each other’s descendants.

    I feel like he is my soulmate. Do you think he feels the same way? Sometimes I think I can feel it in the way he looks at me, but it’s hard to tell…

    • I am sure he can feel the connection too. Juno and Sun in conjunction are here very important. Mars and Venus can only add the attraction. But more interesting here is the fact that your sun, moon, venus and mars all fall into his 7th house! That is something that should not be overlooked!

  7. How do you feel about Juno making a grand trine in Synastry? She has in her chart Juno in Sag 11 degrees in 12th house with my Jupiter in Aries 14 degrees in her 4th house and my Sun in Leo 10 degrees her 8th house.

    In my chart her Juno Sag 11 degrees 8th house and my Sun in Leo 10 degree in 5th house and Jupiter in Aries 14 degrees 12th house.

    Thank you

    • Grand trines to me are always showing positive energy that love-related things can manifest in real life. However, this doesn’t necessarily mean that things will manifest per se. These connections to me show two people having similar spiritual path; understanding each other with ease, showing compassion towards each other, healing each other’s emotional issues etc. If you two are in relationship and have some other strong aspects (preferably with Saturn or/and Venus and/or Mars), these trines will only make your relationship stronger.

  8. I can’t find anything about Juno and part of Fortune conjunct in synastry. Je that a Good sign? What does It mean? Anything…thanks for the answer.

    • Hi, Quilla!

      Sorry for belated answer. I didn’t notice your comment.

      I never consider Part of Fortune to be a great player when it comes to synastry, but it is not bad connection at all. The conjunction between Juno and Part of Fortune can definitely bring some benefits to the relationship, but you need to take two things into consideration: 1) whose Juno conjuncts whose Part of Fortune and 2) how tight is this conjunction. I believe that these two answers determine how strong this conjunction will manifest in relationship.

  9. What if a woman’s Juno doesn’t make any aspect with man’s planet in synastry and man’s juno is making aspects to woman’s planet in the same synastry chart. How do you see that in terms of Juno. I will really appreciate your response. 🙂 Thanks!

    • Hi, Donna.

      In this case I would first take a look on which planets are in aspect with Juno (unless there is a strong aspect or an aspect to the Sun or the Moon or Jupiter I would not put that much attention to it) and then I would take a closer look to the position of their Mars and Venus in their synastry. This will tell much more about how Juno will help to the relationship.

  10. Me and my SO have the following juno aspects in synastry:
    his conjunct my Asc (1 deg)
    mine conjunct his Sun (0 deg)
    his conjunct my Moon (2 deg)
    mine conjunct his Venus (1 deg)
    his trine my Jupiter (0 deg)
    his sextile my Saturn (2 deg)
    his square my Vertex (1 deg)
    mine conjunct his Vesta (1 deg)

    Is it normal to see these many Juno aspects in synastry?

    • It is as normal as it can be. 😉 The record number of Juno aspects in synastry that I discovered in one of my client’s chart with their spouse was 15!

      • What a lucky couple. Did they have a happy marriage?

        Also, have you seen cases where there were many Juno linkages between a pair but they did not end up together or get divorced? (Given that there are no other significantly bad aspects elsewhere in synastry)

        Thanks for your quick response!

        • They are still married, happily as far as I know. 🙂

          Yes, I have seen quite a number of pairs, where there were Juno connections, but they still got divorced or broke up. In these cases was not “bad aspects” that destroyed relationship but rather the lack of aspects between some planets. For example: no aspect between Venus and Saturn or very poorly aspected Venus, or poor aspects between Venus and Mars etc.

          For me it is all about the right mixture of aspects that can make an enduring relationship; there has to be both kind of aspects – positive and negative – present in synastry chart.

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