The divine consort, or the principle of relatedness.

Juno (Hera), as the consort of Jupiter (Zeus, the Sovereign of the Gods), presides over marital relations, embodying the role of a woman as a covenant-maker and partner. She oversees contracts and binding agreements through her ties to matrimony. Juno’s dominion was supplanted by Jupiter’s triumph, which heralded the institution of marriage and a patriarchal social order. Juno is known for her intensity and adherence to duty and societal expectations. Her more ominous aspects govern divorce, separation, unfaithfulness, and overt discord between partners. Astrologically, Juno symbolizes how we navigate issues of compatibility, openness to others, shared experiences, trust, envy, possessiveness, and conflicts of power.

Juno Positions

Juno in the horoscope provides insight into the type of marriage partner we need and ultimately receive. This differs from the partner we think we want, which is influenced by Venus and Mars, but rather the one we truly need and end up with. To clarify before delving into Juno’s details in your horoscope, Venus and Mars represent our ideal partner. The 5th house indicates the kind of people we romantically engage with, while the 7th house reveals the nature of our first marriage partner, and the 9th house, if applicable, our second. Juno operates on a more intrinsic level.

Juno in Aries

A partner who is fiery, aggressive, assertive, and active is likely to be dynamic and proactive, not allowing time to pass idly by.

Juno in Taurus

This partner is described as solid, stable, and undoubtedly stubborn.

Juno in Gemini

Choosing a partner who is communicative is essential. A partner who engages in frequent and varied conversation can be beneficial. It’s also advantageous if they are adaptable and intelligent.

Juno in Cancer

A sensitive, nurturing partner is essential for you. However, be cautious. If Juno forms too many stressful aspects, you may find yourself in the role of caretaker, enduring endless whining and complaints.

Juno in Leo

Your partner isn’t required to be in show business, yet they might possess flamboyant traits, creativity, or a playful nature. Conversely, they could display arrogance, domineering behavior, or immaturity, particularly if Juno is under stressful aspects. Regardless, discard any notion of seeking a shy, reserved individual.

Juno in Virgo

It’s essential to have a partner who is efficient, hardworking, and attentive to your health. Indeed, they might be somewhat critical occasionally (or frequently), particularly if your Juno is influenced by stress aspects such as the square, opposition, or certain conjunctions.

Juno in Libra

A partner who is charming, sociable, and possesses a keen artistic sense would be ideal.

Juno in Scorpio

The need is for a partner who is intense, strong, and somewhat secretive. They must also be skilled in bed.

Juno in Sagittarius

The partner is likely to have a completely different background and might be from another country. Even if they are not a Sagittarius, they could exhibit traits typical of Sagittarius. They might be engaged in higher education or often take long journeys, and they tend to talk more and listen less.

Juno in Capricorn

You require a pragmatic partner who excels in organization and can assist you in business matters. Do not anticipate a display of excessive emotion from them.

Juno in Aquarius

You require a partner who is, let’s say, unconventional. They could be a genius, eccentric, or even somewhat mad—perhaps a combination of all three. It might also be that the partnership itself is unconventional. Aquarius is a sign that values independence and personal space highly. A bi-coastal marriage, where both individuals spend significant time apart, suits a person with Pallas in Aquarius well.

Juno in Pisces

One might find contentment with an imaginary partner, enhancing their virtues and overlooking their flaws in their mind. However, if one is married to or cohabiting with a real person, it’s crucial not to wed out of pity or a desire to “rescue” them, but rather for genuine connection and compatibility.

Juno in 1st House

The first house represents your approach to the world. With Juno positioned there, partnership can become central to your existence. This placement may also impart an aura of innocence, akin to that of a newborn. This is particularly pronounced if Juno lies within 10 degrees of the Ascendant and shares its sign.

Juno in 2nd House

This represents the domain of wealth, belongings, and self-esteem. Marriage often leads to an enhanced sense of self-worth. Some may pursue marriage to boost their self-esteem, but this rarely succeeds. Typically, they do not choose the most suitable partner. They are inclined to remain in an unsatisfactory marriage as divorce might be overwhelming for them. They might also marry for financial gain or view their spouse as a possession. Alternatively, they could be so devoted to their possessions that they dedicate most of their time to acquiring more.

Juno in 3rd House

Communication is particularly important in this context, and marriage or partnership often enhances the communicative abilities of individuals with this placement, especially when harmonious aspects to Juno (sextile and trine) are present. Conversely, challenging aspects (square and opposition) may suggest that marriage could diminish the capacity for communication.

Juno in 4th House

A person with Juno in the 4th house may have a strong attachment to their home. This placement often suggests a desire for a partner who values the domestic sphere. Alternatively, it could mean that one becomes more domestically inclined after marriage.

Juno in 5th House

Marriage often enhances creativity, with the partner likely being creative or skilled with children, sports, games, and hobbies. However, if negatively impacted, caution is advised. They might behave childishly, preferring play over work.

Juno in 6th House

A person with Juno in the 6th house may be deeply committed to their work, to the extent of forming a partnership with a colleague. Typically, this placement indicates a preference for a partner who is also a collaborator in work. However, if challenging aspects such as the square, opposition, or conjunction with a malefic are present, then work and partnerships may conflict. In such situations, there’s a risk of one partner dominating the other. It’s crucial to aim for equality to prevent the relationship from deteriorating.

Juno in 7th House

This only heightens the importance of marriage or partnership, as such bonds often become the foundation of one’s life.

Juno in 8th House

You need a partner who embodies a Sex Machine—someone intense, strong, and highly skilled in bed. Since the 8th house governs the partner’s possessions, they may view you as a possession, especially if there are stressful aspects. Marriage and partnership can also be a catalyst for self-reconstruction or transformation, whether you desire it or not.

Juno in 9th House

You require a companion for long journeys, one with whom you can engage in deep philosophical discussions. Ideally, this partner would hail from a place far from your own birthplace, perhaps even a foreign country, or possess a completely different cultural background.

Juno in 10th House

The placement of Juno may signify a deep commitment to one’s career. Often, it suggests that a partner will support one’s career and social status. If Juno is under stress, it could mean that the partner’s assistance is unwelcome or overbearing. Additionally, one might feel bound to a partner they dislike, fearing that a divorce could negatively impact their career or social standing.

Juno in 11th House

Marriage can open doors to social activities. One might marry a friend or cultivate a friendship with their spouse post-marriage. It’s possible that the spouse is already engaged with organizations or social causes, or one could become involved in such activities after marriage.

Juno in 12th House

Be cautious with this situation. There’s a heightened risk that the first marriage (or business) partner may betray you, or worse, become an adversary. Often, it’s oneself who is at fault by being drawn to an unsuitable partner. This is particularly true if there are challenging aspects to Juno or the ruler of the 7th house. Alternatively, the partner might genuinely be a good individual but is somehow limited and depends on your continual support.

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