The Marriage Asteroid – Juno Through The Houses
ASTEROID JUNO THROUGH THE HOUSES
Asteroid Juno pertains to marriage, commitment and how we view these issues through the lens of astrology!
Queen of the Gods, she was married to Jupiter, her Greek equivalent is Hera.
Her symbols are the Peacock and Cow.
Where is Juno in your chart?
Juno In The First House
If Juno sits closely to your ascendant, being married or committed could be tied to your identity and self-image.
The first house rules our approach, appearance and the way we look – Juno found here can make marriage super important – your partner could be the center of your universe!
Juno In The Second House
Juno could lead marriage and partnership to be intertwined with money, possessions or the way you value yourself – self esteem.
The second indicates what we value in the material realm, so the person with Juno in the second could be ‘married to their things’, with a love of accumulating more, including money. Marriage could be desirable as something to increase a sense of self-worth.
They could also view their marriage partner as something to be owned or a source of wealth.
Juno In The Third House
For the person with Juno is the third house, marriage will come with a focus on communication. Perhaps a partner will help this person to express themselves more easily or the relationship will be about ‘being heard’. The union will benefit from being able to talk with one another.
Juno In The Fourth House
The person with Juno in the fourth will be attracted to a marriage partner who is domesticated and attached to the home environment, one who loves to nurture, cook and nest. With this placement the native could become more home-loving after marriage. Another possibility is that the person is wedded to their home life, with an importance on building a family brood.
Juno In The Fifth House
Those with Juno in the fifth will want a partner with whom they can play, be romantic and get excited with.
Children are likely to play an important part in the marriage, and it union can improve the creativity of the native.
Juno In The Sixth House
The person with Juno in the sixth might have their most important relationships in work or through the workplace – or they could be married to their work!
Co-operation is important in the relationship – these people need someone they can work with day-to-day, someone that’s reliable and attentive.
Juno In The Seventh House
Relationships are key for those with Juno in the seventh. Placed in the house of partnership this person might seek marital, business or professional relationships to last a lifetime.
They will be the cornerstone of life.
Juno In The Eighth House
For those with Juno in the eight, sex is likely to be important part of partnership, trust and power too. Marriage could be a transformative force, deeply emotional and intimate. Situated in the house of other people’s money and finances, your partner could regard you as a possession.
Juno In The Ninth House
The person with Juno in the ninth might wed a foreigner, someone born far away or with a different background, or they might have a wedding abroad!
They will need a partner with whom they can travel or go on a spiritual journey with, or someone to philosophise with about what they’re learning or have gleaned.
Juno In The Tenth House
Marriage for those with Juno in the tenth could be beneficial to career matters.
A partner could help in work, improve their social standing or the way the person is perceived and s break-up could affect career matters.
Alternatively, the person could be wedded to their work!
Juno In The Eleventh House
The person with Juno in the eleventh house could marry a friend or have a strong sense of friendship develop after marriage. They could be very involved in a social cause or activity, and the relationship might be based upon a shared vision. These people are likely to value freedom in marriage.
Juno In The Twelfth House
With Juno in the twelfth house marriage could feel like a bit of a non-entity!
The marriage and commitment asteroid sits in a bit of a blind spot.
Or there could be a karmic quality to relationships, a feeling of destiny or significance in a marriage union.
Suffering and sacrifice could be involved, helping and supporting the partner, or perhaps the native could play the part of the victim in marriage.
I have my Juno in the 12th, and I can testify that marriage isn’t something I feel drawn to, or compelled to do. It’s not particularly tied to my identity – but then I do have Venus in Aries!
Where does your Juno appear in your birth chart?