Juno in astrology is used as an indicator of what kind of person we’re meant to marry.
It’s what one needs to feel satisfied in love or romance, or what one feels they need to have a successful, satisfying partnership. Mars may represent the qualities of our ideal mate, (Venus in a man’s chart), but Juno represents loyalty and attachment. It’s what we need rather than simply who we’re attracted to.
You might think of your Juno as a representation of your true love or marriage partner.
So if your Juno is transiting Gemini, you’ll enjoy being married to someone that has the qualities of the Twins!
In synastry, when a person’s Juno is contacted by another persons planet a strong attachment is indicated. The person will represent what you’re looking for in a relationship and it will often feature in the synastry charts of married couples.
☆ Queen of the Gods ☆ Queen of Heaven ☆ The Good Wife ☆ Divine Consort ☆ Partner ☆
Juno is the asteroid of covenants in relationships and between soul colleagues, of bonds,aggreements and commitments in relationships. Juno is not only of personal relations, but also those of a business and economic nature to those of political leaders and nations of the world. In the astrological chart, Juno indicates the nature of the issues and opportunities in significant relations of all sorts. Mature Juno is diplomatic, tactful, cooperative, and mutually trusting. Mature Juno expresses with a sense of equality within self that provides the ability to draw true partners and those of equality into one’s life. There is an acceptance of another’s truth or opinion without need to challenge or debate. There is an ability to honor and support others in their own choices and decisions. Mature Juno expresses mutual respect, support and unconditional compassion to allow each other to grow and change through whatever issues may surface.
Potential issues are: Superiority / inferiority complexes – competitiveness, defensiveness, lack of self confidence, arrogance and judgment of others; unconscious manipulation of others – power struggles seeking contention; betrayal, bitterness, spitefulness and standoffs; jealousy and possessiveness; one-up-man-ship—validating self by invalidating others (or reverse); dictating behavior—telling others what they should or should not do—minding others’ business instead of one’s own. A form of denial of Juno issues within self can express as needing to fix others or have them change or leave, instead of working on the issues within that surface while in partnership. Mature Juno expresses in mutual support and unconditional love to allow each other to grow and change through whatever issues surface. Other Juno issues are meddling; fear of abandonment, rejection or betrayal; inability to draw or participate with equals and true colleagues; hiding behind teacher-student relationship (on either side) or in any relationship of inequality or non-compatibility; partners drawn are those providing intense lessons only for both parties, rather than providing true, mutually supportive growth in equality and participation together in life purpose.
Juno’s placement in the astrological chart is one of several points that determine the types of significant relations we desire and draw into our lives. It is also where we seek mutual respect and equality in our relations. Juno indicates the nature of the issues and opportunities in significant relations of all sorts: those that are of a personal nature to those of political leaders and nations of the world.
Because Juno is where we deal with our inferiority / superiority complexes, and if this issue is prominent, partnerships drawn in earlier life can be full of lessons regarding such issues. Once a certain level of clarity is attained within self regarding the asteroid issues, true soul level covenant relations begin to show up. This does not mean we still do not grow regarding Juno issues, but there are those individuals with which we may also have a mutual soul bond and mission to pursue together.