Juno in Synastry

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In Astrology, Juno represents the “good wife”. According to the myth, Juno was Jupiter’s wife. He cheated on her, yet she still stayed with him, and fulfilled her traditional duties. Think of Juno as the “Eve” of Astrology. Consider Juno as the antithesis of Lilith; Juno is seen as the ‘wife’, while Lilith is seen as the ‘mistress.’ Juno remains loyal and faithful to Jupiter regardless of his indiscretions, while Lilith disallows any man to cross her.

In the natal chart, the house and sign placement of our natal Juno reveals the kind of person we are meant to marry. While Venus and Mars represent our ideal mate, Juno represents loyalty and attachment. Juno represents what we need in a mate, rather than simply who we are attracted to. Many astrologers have gone as far as to say Juno represents our true love or marriage partner.

Juno in Aries: Your partner will be fiery, direct, aggressive, and active.

Juno in Taurus: Your partner will be stubborn, stable, and physically attractive. This aspect can also indicate material prosperity after marriage.

Juno in Gemini: Your partner will be talkative, curious, and intelligent. This aspect sometimes indicates multiple marriages.

Juno in Cancer: Your partner will be sensitive, dependent, and emotional.

Juno in Leo: Your partner will be creative, egotistical, energetic, and full of life.

Juno in Virgo: Your partner will be hard-working, health-conscious, and critical. He might work in the health field.

Juno in Libra: Your partner will be attractive, loving, sociable, and well-mannered.

Juno in Scorpio: Your partner will be sexual, mysterious, and perhaps jealous.

Juno in Sagittarius: Your partner may come from a different locality or cultural background. You may meet your partner abroad. He will be philosophical, honest, and may be interested in higher learning.

Juno in Capricorn: Your spouse will be a corporate type. He might be older, and you may meet him later in your life (after your Saturn Return).

Juno in Aquarius: The partner will be original, independent, logical. You may meet through friends.

Juno in Pisces: Your partner will be dreamy, artsy, and imaginative. Make sure you don’t marry someone simply because you think he needs “help”!

When one person’s Juno is contacted by another person’s planet or point in synastry, a strong attachment is indicated. The planet person represents what the Juno person is looking for in a relationship. Indeed, Juno often figures strongly in the synastry charts of marriage couples. The conjunction and opposition are the strongest connections, while the trine and sextile are less potent, yet still effective.

 Juno-Ascendant: The Juno person sees the Ascendant person as their ideal mate. The Ascendant person looks and projects herself how the Juno person envisions their marriage partner. Juno was likely instantly attracted to the Ascendant person.

Juno-Sun:  The Sun person’s basic nature expresses the qualities the Juno person is looking for in a partner. The Juno person sees the Sun person as their ideal mate. It is easy for the two of them to commit to each other on a fundamental level.

Juno-Moon: The Juno person feels attracted to and comfortable with the way the Moon person expresses their emotions. It is easy for the two of them to commit to one another on an emotional level.

Juno-Venus: The Juno person’s feelings of commitment are activated by the Venus person, and the Venus person finds an ideal partner in the Juno person. The Juno person feels the Venus person is their ideal mate, and it is easy for them to commit to each other on a romantic level.

Juno-Mars: The Juno person is attracted to the sexual charisma and assertiveness of the Mars person. It is easy for these two to commit to each other sexually. This aspect increases the chances of continuing to have great sex after marriage.

Juno-Jupiter: Juno and Jupiter are natural partners for one another. The Jupiter person expands Juno’s desire for commitment and marriage, and feels she has met her match in the Jupiter person. On the downside, the Jupiter person may make the Juno person suspicious of infidelity.

Juno-Saturn: The Asteroid of marital commitment meets the planet of commitment! Juno feels safe and secure with Saturn. Saturn stimulates Juno’s desire to settle down. As such, it is very easy for them to commit to each other.

According to a study, certain Juno aspects were commonly found in the synastry charts of married couples, including: Juno conjunct North Node, Juno conjunct Juno, Juno trine Venus, and Juno trine Mars. 

For example, my sister and her fiancé have several Juno contacts in Synastry. Her Juno in Libra conjuncts his Sun and Mercury. His Juno in Capricorn conjuncts her Mars.

My mother and father (who have been married for over 30 years), have strong Juno aspects in synastry, as well. His Juno conjuncts her Jupiter (a perfect match) and opposes her Mars. Her Juno opposes his Saturn/Mars conjunction.

Angelina Jolie’s Juno is conjunct Brad Pitt’s Descendant, and his Juno trines her Venus and Saturn.

Paul Newman’s Juno is opposite Joanne Woodward’s Jupiter, and her Juno is conjunct his Venus and Mercury, and opposite his Pluto.

David Bekham’s Juno is square Victoria Bekham’s North Node and Juno.

Linda McCartney’s Juno is located in Paul McCartney’s first house, while Paul’s Juno is conjunct Linda’s Venus.

12 thoughts on “Juno in Synastry

  1. Hi, Just wanted to know if my boyfriend is my soulmate based on a synergy chart and in
    Particular my Juno in regards to his sun sign. My birthdate is Feb 17 1968 at 430 pm Toronto Canada and his Oct 29 1962 at 4 pm Tel aviv Israel. Thanks xxx

  2. Hi, I need some help. I would like to know if there’s a possibility that I met this person in my past life.
    And is it possible to meet him again in the future and have a relationship with him? We have a mystic rectangle in our synastry touching
    the nodes. I mean a rectangle between our North and South Nodes:
    NN 20,49 in Pisces, SN 20,49 in Virgo, NN 19,54 in Scorpio, SN 19,54 in Taurus.
    What does it mean?

    Besides this his Mars conjuncts my Moon and my Pars Fortune in Gemini.
    I know that Mars-Moon connection are very strong and sexual, I feel it too.
    Plus his Mars is his ruler and it is in my 1st house!
    And also his South Node 19,54 is between my Sun 26,27 and Jupiter 16,3 in Taurus.
    I don’t don’t know it is still a conjunction…

    And what is more interesting that his Venus 9,59 and his Neptune 12,49 conjunct in Saggitarius and they are in my 7th house.
    Also my Cupido conjuncts with his SN in scorpio (3 degree orb)
    And his Juno conjuncts with my SN in Virgo in my 5th house!
    What do these mean? It might be a possible relationship/marriage?

  3. My son has Juno at 25 Scorpio conjunct my Vertex also at 25 Scorpio. I have Lilith exactly conjunct my South Node. My Moon at 0 Libra is conjunct his Vertex also at 0 Libra. I believe, quite seriously and literally that My son was King David and I was his first wife, Michal, in a past life. I find our two charts fascinating from a cultural, historical point of view, when seen in the light of Michal’s marriage to David and our subsequent relationship in this lifetime. I would love for someone to explore this with me.

  4. my Juno conjunct my girlfriend sun/moon/Venus/mercury/Pluto and hers conjunct my mars sextile my moon, opposite my sun, I really do feel like like she’s my soulmate and we have almost all the other aspect u can have double whammy sun sextile moon, my mars trine sun/Venus/Pluto….

  5. My Juno is conjunct my boyfriend’s Mars in Libra. I admire his actions and his gentle style of romance + desire for peace is something I truly value. The physical aspect of our union is deeply satisfying. His Sag Juno only makes a sextile aspect to my Ascendant, which seems superficial. But I’ve got a few Sag placements including a major 9th house stellium; I’d like to think that compensates for it. We both have Juno in the 8th house.

  6. I’m curious about SQUARES with Juno in synastry, as I can’t find much info on those. Everyone talks about the conj./trines/sextiles and even oppositions but nothing on squares! How do you think squares would be felt? I have sun/mars sq. juno dw with a guy, along with his juno trine my moon (though maybe too wide at 4˚) and so far things are okay but there’s a nagging feeling in me that foresees it devolving into a mutually resentful death spiral…

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