I’ve always liked reading about asteroids. Although, not as high-profile as the planets and the luminaries, nonetheless, they shed a lot of light on issues connected with them. So if you are looking for answers, it’s worthwhile to factor them in.
Juno has a special place in synastry because of its association with marriage. Michael Wolfstar of
once told me that he has seen Juno connections in most enduring marriages. Majority of the astrologers agree with this point of view. But not all (You didn’t think it was going to be non-controversial, did you?). Magi Astrology has a unique take: according to it, Juno rules affairs and mistresses and Chiron rules marriage. There are times when I am open to new ideas and so when I went through the Magi site, I decided to just to keep an open mind and spent several happy days reading the charts they had posted and their take on various things. If you want to explore this more check out the Magi at
So now when I want to look at synastry in two charts, I look at both asteroids.
But sometimes when you want the truth, you eventually find it sitting smiling right under your nose. My husband’s Juno is conjunct my ASC, to the degree! And the Juno of my great unrequited love is conjunct my ASC with an orb of one degree. I find these Juno connections rather startling and both men have played important roles in my life. Does this conclusively prove Juno rules marriage? I don’t know. Note the other guy was the great “unrequited” love of my life. Make what you will of it, but since the orbs are so tight, I thought it merited a mention here.
One thing you can bank on, though, is that if you are looking at couple synastry, Juno has an important role to play. If you want more concrete information on Juno, then head over to Sasstrology and look up Julie Demboski’s Juno series. Julie’s meticulous and detailed coverage of this asteroid is a learner’s delight. Even old astrology hands can benefit from her clear delineations. For case studies that you can sink in, you can do no better than Wolfstar’s
So the next time you find yourself wondering about lasting connections, hop over to you computer and check out the Juno linkages.