Juno Astrology Aspects In Synastry

Juno Astrology Aspects In Synastry

Juno aspects seem minor to many astrologers, but these aspects can tell you a lot about the qualities that your relationship has or might have, especially in a long-term relationship.

When you’re looking at Juno aspects with a partner, you’ll want to look specifically at Juno aspects in synastry. This means that you’re using both of your charts and looking at the aspects between them.

Today I’m going over every single aspect you might have between Juno and other planets or points in a synastry chart!

If you have difficult aspects, don’t get too upset – these aspects don’t mean that the relationship is doomed. Sure, sometimes aspects to Pluto, Saturn, etc. can indicate control or abuse, but other times these aspects indicate an opportunity to grow if both partners are willing.

No one in the world has a perfect chart. We will always have some difficult aspects with the person who we choose to be with long-term. These aspects help to grow and also create glue in a relationship. In my opinion, no astrological chart will work without at least a few difficult aspects to create tension.

Difficult aspects also help us to learn what we are here to learn. These aspects aid us in our soul journey.

Only you know if the hard aspects in your synastry chart indicate a serious problem that means you need to leave the relationship, or an opportunity to grow and learn.

Juno aspects show both karmic soul contracts and the ways you can learn in this relationship.

Juno Aspects to the Sun

Sun Conjunct Juno/Sun Trine Juno Synastry

With both sun conjunct Juno and sun trine Juno in synastry, the kind of partner the Juno person needs is fundamentally who the Sun person is. This relationship is an easy pairing and can often signify marriage.

If you have sun conjunct Juno or sun trine Juno in a synastry chart, pursue that relationship for sure!

Sun Sextile Juno Synastry

With sun sextile Juno in synastry, the Sun person is decently compatible with the energy that the Juno person needs in a relationship, although this is not necessarily a past life connection. The personality connection is definitely there, but it must be developed.

There is an opportunity to further develop this relationship and for it to be successful with sun sextile Juno in synastry.

Sun Opposition Juno Synastry

Sun opposition Juno in synastry creates a draw. However, there can be the issue of selfishness (usually of the Sun person, although not always), that needs to be worked through before the relationship can flourish.

I find that the sun opposition Juno aspect can create a lot of attraction but also a bit of tension when the personalities aren’t compatible with what the partners need out of a marriage.

Sun Square Juno Synastry

Something about the way that the sun person fundamentally is causes a clash between the two partners, as well as issues for the Juno person with the sun square Juno aspect in synastry.

Sun square Juno in synastry can also causes a magnetism that initially draws the couple together. This is a very dynamic aspect.

You may both feel that the other is selfish in the relationship and will need to work through ego issues. You can feel as though you’re “pitted against” each other, so a good deal of ego work is necessary for the relationship to work.

Juno Aspects to the Moon

Moon Conjunct Juno Synastry

The moon conjunct Juno relationship shows that the Juno person is perfectly aligned with the emotions of the moon person.

This is a very auspicious aspect for a long term relationship, because the Juno person will be so compatible with and understanding of the moon person’s emotions. Neither party often feels neglected, but instead emotionally supported.

Moon conjunct Juno in synastry shows a lot of emotional intelligence!

Moon Trine Juno Synastry

With moon trine Juno in synastry, both parties connect on a deep, emotional level, and know how to support each other in a healthy way.

The relationship is very soft and loving. Both people may nurture the other through difficult childhood issues that come up.

Moon Sextile Juno Synastry

There is an opportunity for both partners to learn how the other needs nurture and emotional support. Moon sextile Juno in synastry is an easy aspect, but it will take a bit of work for each of the partners to learn the other.

Moon Opposition Juno Synastry

With moon opposition Juno in synastry, the moon person’s emotions are at odd with what the Juno person needs in a relationship to be supported.

The Juno individual doesn’t not know how to comfort the moon person and may either turn away or become a sort of surrogate parent by being over-involved in the moon person’s emotions. They don’t have healthy emotional boundaries.

This aspect can occasionally (certainly not always) represent a push-pull between the spouse and the mother moon person’s mother.

Alternatively, the moon person may cause emotional upheaval in the relationship, or there may be emotional coldness in the relationship.

Moon Square Juno Synastry

With the moon square Juno synastry aspect, the moon person’s emotions will clash with what the Juno person is looking for in a relationship. The moon person may be up and down while the Juno person is looking for emotional stability, or vice-versa.

Occasionally, mental illness dominates the relationship, or the relationship is emotionally cold.

Sometimes, this aspect can mean that the moon person’s mother causes issues in the relationship.

Juno Aspects to Mercury

Mercury Conjunct Juno Synastry

With the Mercury conjunct Juno synastry aspect, the Mercury person has great mental capacity and thinks/communicates in a way that fits perfectly with the kind of relationship the Juno person needs.

Communication is flawless and easy in this relationship! Mercury conjunct Juno in synastry is a great aspect, especially for couples who really value communication and intelligence.

Mercury Trine Juno Synastry

Communication will be easy and natural between the couple with the Mercury trine Juno synastry aspect. They may also enjoy talking about intellectual subjects.

The Mercury trine Juno aspect makes it really easy to get along and talk about the big topics. Look to the signs that both planets are in; these are the areas where you will especially enjoy communication and intellectual discussion as a couple.

Mercury Sextile Juno Synastry

While communication might not be flawless at first with the Mercury sextile Juno synastry aspect, if the couple is willing to work on it, then there is an opportunity for great communication in this relationship.

Both parties will need to learn how the other thinks and operates in a logical sense.

Mercury Opposition Juno Synastry

There will be some communication issues in this relationship with the Mercury opposition Juno synastry aspect; both people may communicate in totally opposite ways, specifically in this relationship.

There will need to be a meeting in the middle for the relationship to flourish. Couples’ therapy can help a lot with the Mercury opposition Juno aspect because it will teach partners how to communicate in a way that the other understands.

Mercury Square Juno Synastry

There are big communication problems with this Mercury square Juno synastry aspect. The partners may communicate in vastly different ways, feel like they’re always on different planes, talk over each other, or simply not communicate.

There must a willingness from both parties to resolve these differences. Again, couples’ therapy or learning about communication can help.

I do find that there is a lot of anger with the Mercury square Juno synastry aspect that needs to be worked through before real communication can happen.

Related: Black Moon Lilith Aspects In Synastry

Juno Aspects to Venus

Venus Conjunct Juno Synastry

With the Venus conjunct Juno synastry aspect, the Venus person seems to be exactly what the Juno person needs when they first meet.

There is definitely an aura of love, but this aspect does not necessarily speak to a long lasting relationship; this is more of a positive initial attraction that can jumpstart a relationship.

Regardless, the Venus conjunct Juno synastry aspect is always beneficial in any relationship as it creates an aura of beauty and love.

Venus Trine Juno Synastry

With the Venus trine Juno synastry aspect, the Venus person has qualities that are attractive to the Juno person, but also possesses qualities that can give the Juno person the longterm relationship they need.

This is a very beneficial aspect that creates harmonious relationships!

Venus Sextile Juno Synastry

With Venus sextile Juno in synastry, there is an opportunity to develop a beautiful, loving relationship, based on the strong and positive initial attraction between the two partners.

Like most relationships, this will take a bit of work. Venus sextile Juno isn’t instant, but it’s a positive aspect to have in a long-term relationship.

Venus Opposition Juno Synastry

The Venus opposition Juno synastry aspect means that the kind of individual the Juno person will be attracted to has the opposite qualities of those that they need for their long term relationship.

The Juno person will struggle between attraction and longterm relationship value. May be some sexual frustration in the relationship after time.

Venus opposition Juno in synastry is a tough aspect to have, but if both partners can work to develop the positive Juno qualities that they need, it can work over time.

Venus Square Juno Synastry

With Venus square Juno in synastry, the kind of person you will be attracted to does not have qualities that will create a lasting relationship. You may be attracted to people who don’t have “husband” or “wife” qualities.

For example, people with the Venus square Juno aspect are often attracted to partners who are inappropriate or immature, even though they may want a family and someone stable. They might be attracted to those who are fun-loving but cheat when they’re looking for someone trustworthy.

Look to the signs involved in this Venus square Juno aspect in order to see what qualities you specifically need.

Juno Aspects to Mars

Mars Conjunct Juno Synastry

With Mars conjunct Juno in synastry, the Mars partner’s action and drive is compatible with the relationship the Juno person is looking for. The relationship will bring out the best qualities in the Juno person.

The Mars conjunct Juno synastry aspect can create a fun and fiery relationship. These people typically have a lot of drive and might have a passionate sex life.

Mars Trine Juno Synastry

The Mars trine Juno synastry aspect creates very sexual relationship in a good way.

This relationship can often start off quickly and passionately, but without other aspects, it will burn out just as quickly.

There is a lot of energy and passion with the Mars trine Juno aspect. The sexual passion might refuel both partners when there is tension in other areas of the relationship.

Mars Sextile Juno Synastry

If you have the Mars sextile Juno synastry aspect in a relationship, there is an opportunity to generate a good deal of passion, if you choose to put the energy in. It isn’t something that happens naturally, but the opportunity is there.

There is also an opportunity for a really passionate sex life, once each partner figures out what the other likes.

Mars Opposition Juno Synastry

The Mars opposition Juno synastry aspect in a relationship can become a tug of war instead of a romance. It can also become a competition, which will eventually destroy any positive bonds the couple has.

The couple with the Mars opposition Juno synastry aspect might feel like they’re always seeing different point of views. There’s a lot of energy in the relationship, but it can cause fights instead of solving them. This might be a love-hate relationship that is difficult for both people to leave.

This couple needs to learn how to express their feelings in a calm, direct manner.

Mars Square Juno Synastry

With the Mars square Juno synastry aspect, the partners may dominate each other. There can be a lot of aggression in this relationship in the form of hot-tempered arguments.

Alternatively, one person may start to feel confined in this relationship.

Juno Aspects to Jupiter

Jupiter Conjunct Juno Synastry

With the Jupiter conjunct Juno synastry aspect, the partners’ values are both perfectly in-line. They also may agree on religion or beliefs, at least when it comes to the relationship.

Jupiter Trine Juno Synastry

With the Jupiter trine Juno synastry aspect, the partners’ values are very similar. The relationship works when it comes to values.

Jupiter Sextile Juno Synastry

With Jupiter sextile Juno in synastry, there is an opportunity to develop similar values and figure out what each person’s values are together.

Jupiter Opposition Juno Synastry

The values of the Jupiter person oppose what values the Juno person wants in a relationship with the Jupiter opposition Juno synastry aspect.

The signs of each planet will you show you exactly what values are not in line. With certain signs and placements, this can signal infidelity, but not always.

Jupiter Square Juno Synastry

With the Jupiter square Juno synastry aspect, there is a complete clash between the types of values that the partners have, especially when it comes to a relationship. They may want and value different things in a partnership. For this relationship to work, there needs to be a compromise and a willingness to listen.

Juno Aspects to Saturn

Saturn Conjunct Juno Synastry

With Saturn conjunct Juno in synastry, the relationship is karmic. The partners may be very committed because the energy feels intense.

Sometimes, one partner may be older or wiser. Other times, one partner is just seen as older or more mature.

With Saturn conjunct Juno, the Juno person may have blind trust in the Saturn person.

Saturn Trine Juno Synastry

The Saturn trine Juno synastry aspect indicates a stable marriage. It can also mean that the marriage is paying off a karmic debt (that the partners created together in a past life), or that the marriage is one society approves of.

Saturn trine Juno almost always indicates a relationship that is karmically earned and that is most likely very committed.

Saturn Sextile Juno Synastry

With Saturn sextile Juno in synastry, there is an opportunity to pay off karma. There is also an opportunity for the partners to develop something stable and mature.

Saturn Opposition Juno Synastry

Saturn opposition Juno in synastry means that the responsibilities that the Saturn person has or imposes on the Juno person are the opposite of what the Juno person needs in a relationship.

The Saturn person may be a strong force that holds the Juno person down. This can be either through restrictions (personal, societal, etc.) or through control.

Saturn Square Juno Synastry

Saturn square Juno in synastry means that there is a possibility for both people to create negative karma in this relationship. Alternatively, it could be a karmic relationship that already exists, but there is not a possibility to heal the relationship fully in this lifetime (although some work can be done). This is probably a large karmic wound.

The Saturn square Juno aspect can also mean that one person’s limiting beliefs will hinder the spiritual growth of the relationship, or that one person is making a spiritually “bad” marriage in order to gain security such as money or status.

Sometimes, the Juno person will stay in the relationship because of fear or abandonment issues for far too long.

Related: Moon-Saturn Aspects In The Synastry Chart

Juno Aspects to Uranus

Uranus Conjunct Juno Synastry

The Uranus conjunct Juno synastry partnership will be different, quirky, or extremely independent, but this is exactly what the Juno person needs.

This is a new age relationship. It’s definitely different in a way that works for both people.

Uranus Trine Juno Synastry

With Uranus trine Juno in synastry, this will be an unconventional relationship in a way that is beneficial to the soul growth of both parties.

Uranus Sextile Juno Synastry

There is an opportunity to create a different kind of relationship than what the Juno partner is used to, if this opportunity is acted upon, with the Uranus sextile Juno aspect in synastry.

Uranus Opposition Juno Synastry

With Uranus opposition Juno, the Uranus partner is completely different in a way that is not beneficial to the Juno person’s morals. The partners might also want different levels of space in in the relationship; one partner may be more clingy than the other.

Uranus Square Juno Synastry

With Uranus square Juno in synastry, the Uranus person will be different from society in a way that threatens the Juno person or causes arguments.

Partners will likely need a lot of space and will develop a relationship that is by no means conventional. One person may need space while the other wants less.

Juno Aspects to Neptune

Neptune Conjunct Juno Synastry

The Neptune conjunct Juno synastry relationship can be very romantic, but it can also be delusional. This is a spiritual, intense relationship.

If you’re in a Neptune conjunct Juno relationship, be careful to not idealize your partner.

There can be a mysterious magnetism between these two partners, but they need to also become grounded in the relationship and figure out what’s real.

Neptune Trine Juno Synastry

The Neptune trine Juno synastry aspect means that the partners will be sensitive and empathetic. They may delve into spiritual beliefs together or their emotions may become enmeshed. Communication can be almost intuitive.

If you’re in a Neptune trine Juno relationship, be careful not to idealize the partner.

Neptune Sextile Juno Synastry

With Neptune sextile Juno in synastry, there is an opportunity for both partners to develop a spiritual relationship that transcends the typical physical marriage. There is also an opportunity to develop a type of communication that is emotional and intuitive instead of just logical.

At first, you may feel that you’ve found just what you’re looking for in a relationship, but you probably put each other on a pedestal if you have Neptune sextile Juno. This needs to be overcome for the relationship to be healthy and grounded.

Neptune Opposition Juno Synastry

With Neptune opposition Juno in synastry, there is a tendency to see one person (or for both people to see each other) as opposite from who they truly are. It is difficult for people in this relationship to see the truth.

In reality, the needs and agendas of both partners may not match up in some ways, although they probably wear rose-colored glasses at first.

Partners may stay in the Neptune opposition Juno relationship and try to convince themselves that it’s working even when it’s not. Both partners need to learn how to cope with reality and let go of delusions.

Neptune Square Juno Synastry

If you have the Neptune square Juno aspect in synastry, one partner might feel sorry for the other or want to rescue them. One person may be a martyr for the other.

Alternatively, there may be mental illness or addiction involved in the relationship.

Juno Aspects to Pluto

Pluto Conjunct Juno Synastry

With Pluto conjunct Juno in synastry, there can be obsession and control in the relationship, but it can also bring strength to one or both parties can cause both people to change for the better.

This is a really life altering aspect! If it’s used in the best way possible, both people will come out on the other side transformed.

Pluto Trine Juno Synastry

The Pluto trine Juno synastry aspect indicates general change and upheaval on this relationship. Nothing will be the same, but it’s all for the best of both people.

This aspect also indicates a lot of passion and intensity. The Pluto person probably stands out to the Juno person right away.

Pluto Sextile Juno Synastry

Pluto sextile Juno in synastry offers the partners and opportunity to change each other for the better. This relationship will help both people grow, shine, and change.

There is also an opportunity for a great passion with Pluto sextile Juno in synastry.

Pluto Opposition Juno Synastry

With Pluto opposition Juno in synastry, one person will try to control the relationship and make it something that is just isn’t. There are a lot of power issues in this relationship and one person may become the dictator if the other doesn’t stand up for themselves.

Pluto Square Juno Synastry

With Pluto square Juno in synastry, there is a tendency for one person to control the other.

Typically, the Pluto person has some control over the Juno person, but not always (the roles are sometimes reversed depending on the sign Juno is in).

If this Pluto square Juno aspect can be transmuted and used for good, then there will be a lot of passion and intensity in this relationship.

Juno Aspects to Chiron

Chiron Conjunct Juno Synastry

With Chiron conjunct Juno in synastry, the relationship will be directly tied to the Chiron person’s wound.

This relationship causes the wound in one partner to be re-opened, can be painful, but can also be transformative.

Chiron Trine Juno Synastry

There is great potential to work through Chironic wounds with Chiron trine Juno in synastry, especially for the Chiron person. The partners can easily support each other when they’re feeling wounded.

Chiron Sextile Juno Synastry

With Chiron sextile Juno in synastry, there is an opportunity to work through the Chironic wounds by being in the relationship.

Chiron Opposition Juno & Chiron Square Juno Synastry

With both Chiron opposition Juno and Chiron square Juno in synastry, the relationship will trigger the Chironic wound of one or both people.

Juno Aspects to Juno

Juno Conjunct Juno Synastry

The Juno conjunct Juno synastry aspect means that there is a great potential for marriage. Both people want the same things in a marriage and have the same values.

Juno Trine Juno Synastry

Juno trine Juno in synastry means that you value similar qualities in a relationship and in marriage. It will be easy to figure out what the “rules” of the relationship are.

Juno Sextile Juno Synastry

With Juno sextile Juno in synastry, there is an opportunity to learn about what you each need from a relationship, it will take you some time to figure this out together. Don’t give up!

Juno Opposition Juno Synastry

With Juno opposition Juno in synastry, the couple might be initially attracted to each other, but they’re often incompatible on a deep level.

This is because both people want opposite things from a relationship and from their partner. They each have needs that the other can’t understand.

The only way this Juno opposition Juno relationship can work is if each partner is willing to sacrifice some of the things that they want in a relationship without becoming resentful.

Juno Square Juno Synastry

With the Juno square Juno synastry aspect, both partners are at odds with what the other needs in a relationship. They simply can’t understand what the other person is looking for.

This aspect is hard to overcome, but a good deal of communication and work will help to solve these differences.

Juno Aspects to Ceres

Ceres Conjunct Juno Synastry

With the Ceres conjunct Juno synastry aspect, a huge part of the relationship will be focused on nurture. Most likely the Ceres individual will nurture the Juno person, but this can also be a nurturing relationship that goes both way.

Ceres Trine Juno Synastry

With the Ceres trine Juno synastry aspect, the nurture that exists within the relationship is harmonious with what both partners need. They’re each good at nurturing the other in a way that feels good.

Ceres Sextile Juno Synastry

There is an opportunity for each person to teach the other how to nurture each other as well as themselves. Each person needs to develop their nurturing skills, but this Ceres sextile Juno relationship can help them to do so.

Ceres Opposition Juno Synastry

With Ceres opposition Juno in synastry, the Juno person attempts to nurture the Ceres person is a way completely opposite of what the Ceres person actually needs.

The Juno person will need to put in quite a bit of work to learn how to nurture the Ceres person in a way that works for them.

Ceres Square Juno Synastry

With Ceres square Juno in synastry, there is a misunderstanding between the two people concerning how they nurture each other.

When one partner is feeling badly, the other partner either does not pick up on the emotions or is incapable of giving comfort in a way that the person needs.

Ceres square Juno is a difficult aspect, but it is possible to work through it if the partners are willing to learn exactly how the other needs to be nurtured.

Juno Aspects to the North Node

Juno Conjunct North Node Synastry

With Juno conjunct North Node, the North Node person needs this kind of relationship in order to achieve their soul’s purpose. This is a very beneficial relationship for both people!

Juno Trine North Node Synastry

Juno trine North Node is almost karmic in nature. Both people will grow and learn through this marriage and it happens for a reason.

Juno Sextile North Node Synastry

Juno sextile North Node indicates an opportunity to grow through marriage and for the North Node person to learn their lessons through the relationship.

Juno Opposition North Node Synastry

With Juno opposition North Node, you have a karmic bond from a past life that you are paying off. This will impede the North Node person from moving forward, unless you are able to transmit this bond into something new and grow from your mistakes.

This placement means that there is an opportunity to grow together and to right your wrongs.

Juno opposition North Node also means that there is potential for this to be a lifetime soul contract.

Juno Square North Node Synastry

Juno square North Node means that the kind of commitment that you naturally want to make will actually hinder your spiritual progress in the world.

These two areas will be at odds with each other. How much this impacts you will depend on how important your relationship is for your growth. Look to your North Node sign and house for more information on that.

Juno Aspects to the South Node

Juno Conjunct South Node Synastry

Juno conjunct South Node in synastry means that there was a past life marriage or relationship between the parties. This is a karmic union to repay past life debts to each other.

How the relationship goes will depend on how well both parties are able to learn from their past life mistakes. It might be helpful to learn more about the past life and figure out exactly what the karmic bond is.

There is potential for this to be a lifetime soul contract.

Juno Trine South Node Synastry

Juno trine South Node means that the values that the South Node person brings from a past life are understood and empathized with by the Juno person.

This is a harmonious relationship in these areas and the Juno person will not be off-put by the past life values that the South Node person shows.

Juno Sextile South Node Synastry

Juno sextile South Node is almost karmic in nature; both people will learn to grow through this marriage or relationship. It has been set up for a reason.

Juno Opposition South Node Synastry

Juno opposition South Node in synastry will push the South Node person to grow.

The relationship may not be similar to what the South Node person is used to, but it will be important for his/her growth. This is actually a good placement if the South Node person is willing to do the work.

Juno Square South Node Synastry

Juno square South Node in synastry means that the kind of commitment that you both naturally want will actually hinder your spiritual progress in the world.

Your values behind commitment and your spiritual purpose are at odds with each other.

Juno Aspects to the Ascendant

Juno Conjunct Ascendant & Juno Opposition Descendant Synastry

Juno conjunct the ascendant or Juno opposition the descendant creates instant attraction. It’s a great aspect right off the bat!

The Ascendant person may come to resent the fact that the Juno person does not embody more qualities of their Descendant over time, unless the Juno person has these qualities in the rest of their chart.

Juno Trine Ascendant Synastry

Juno trine ascendant in synastry indicates an immediate attraction, probably from knowing each other in a past life. There is also an opportunity for each person to uncover their shadow sides in this relationship.

Juno Sextile Ascendant Synastry

Juno sextile ascendant in synastry indicates an opportunity for attraction, if both partners act upon it and begin dating. It isn’t super strong at first, but it can grow quickly with a bit of effort and time.

Juno Opposition Ascendant & Juno Conjunct Descendant Synastry

Juno opposition ascendant (which is the same as Juno conjunct descendant) in synastry is the “ideal relationship.”

This sign shows up a lot in successful marriages. The Juno person will embody the traits that the ascendant person feels they need the most.

Juno Square Ascendant Synastry

Juno square ascendant in synastry can mean that there isn’t an instant attraction. There isn’t much possibility of these people even wanting to get together unless other placements in the chart do the work for them, at least initially.

Juno Aspects to the Midheaven

Juno Conjunct Midheaven Synastry

This relationship will help the Midheaven person fulfill their purposes in the career world; this will be a main aspect of the relationship.

With the Juno conjunct Midheaven aspect in synastry, both partners are very invested in their public image. Their marriage or partnership may be integral to their public image. The most obvious example of this is the President and First Lady, who need their marriage in order to maintain their image.

Juno Trine Midheaven Synastry

The Juno trine Midheaven relationship will aid the Midheaven person in their career.

Juno Sextile Midheaven Synastry

With Juno sextile Midheaven, there is an opportunity for this relationship to help the Midheaven person define their public image through the process of the partnership.

Juno Opposition and Square Midheaven Synastry

With both Juno opposition Midheaven and Juno square Midheaven, the relationship with the Juno person will be the opposite of what the Midheaven person needs for their career.

This can be either detrimental or beneficial for the Midheaven person, depending on whether they’re in the right career or not.

Juno Aspects to Lilith

Juno Conjunct Lilith Synastry

The Juno conjunct Lilith aspect in synastry will fulfill the Lilith person’s deepest, darkest desires. There will probably be some aspect of this relationship that is great for the Lilith person sexually, but it will also force them to examine what they truly desire and to look at their darker natures.

Juno Trine Lilith Synastry

This Juno trine Lilith relationship will fulfill some of the Lilith’s person’s desires, although this is more of a “nice extra” in the relationship and will not be a dominant aspect of the relationship.

Juno Sextile Lilith Synastry

There is an opportunity for this Juno sextile Lilith relationship to fulfill the Lilith’s person’s desires, but both partners may need to do some work to get it there.

Juno Opposition Lilith Synastry

The relationship will have have many qualities that the Juno person needs, but it will not fulfill the desires of the Lilith person at a subconscious level. These two needs will oppose each other.

Juno Square Lilith Synastry

With Juno square Lilith, there will be a clash between what the Juno person needs in a relationship and what the Lilith person desires. This can create a spark, or it can cause the relationship to slowly deteriorate as both people feel that their needs are not being filled. In the end, the Lilith person is more likely to feel unfulfilled.

Flirting Style By Signs: Venus and Mars

Flirting Style By Signs: Venus and Mars

Flirting is human nature. It’s something that we can do consciously or unconsciously, but we all flirt a little different.

In astrology, how you flirt will depend on your Venus or Mars and what sign and house the planet is in. If you want to know how you or someone you know flirts, then keep reading!

Should You Look At Your Venus or Mars?

If you think of yourself as classically feminine (most women but some men), then you’ll flirt using your Venus. You’ll want to look at the sign and house your Venus is in to determine your style.

If you think of yourself as classically masculine (most men but some women), then you’ll flirt using your Mars. Look at the sign and house your Mars is in.

Most people will have some combination of the two, but tend to have more qualities of the sign that corresponds with their chosen gender.

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Venus & Mars Flirting Styles

Aries:

If you have either Venus (with feminine energy) in Aries or Mars (with masculine energy) in Aries, then you’re extremely bold when flirting. Any potential partner will notice you right away!

Like any typical Aries, you’re spontaneous, impulsive, courageous, and outwardly flirty. You aren’t afraid of rejection, and you even love a good competition when it comes to flirting. You’re the type of person to go for the best looking partner at a party, just because you can.

Anyone with a Venus or Mars in Aries won’t be super romantic, but they will immediately go after what they want in a blunt, straightforward, even shocking way.

Taurus:

If you have either Venus (with feminine energy) in Taurus or Mars (with masculine energy) in Taurus, you have a subtle but strong energy. Your main form of flirting is definitely physical contact!

You flirt in a slow and steady way with a consistent magnetism. You definitely like to woo with sweetness, whether this is physical touch, food, gifts, or other tangible sweets!

Your potential partner will feel safe around you. When you’re in flirting mode, you’re easygoing, calm, and solid. Your consistent physical contact is very simple and non-threatening, although clearly flirty.

You also put a good bit of work into your looks and expect them to help you when you’re flirting.

Related: Mercury Conjunct Venus: Natal, Transit, and Synastry

Gemini:

If you have either Venus (with feminine energy) in Gemini or Mars (with masculine energy) in Gemini, you’re all about mental stimulation when flirting. You love to be witty and chat up your love interest.

You probably show off your smarts in variety of ways – look to your chart to see what types of Gemini things you’re into. You could simply converse in a clever way, or talk about your favorite books, ideas, articles, etc. You like romantic variety, and don’t mind bouncing around the room to chat with a bunch of different people or prospects.

Regardless of how you show off your smarts, you definitely display a sharp mind and will use words to flirt. You’re not scared to banter with someone you’re interested in!

The most telling sign for a Venus/Mars in Gemini is how up and down you come across. You might be totally into someone one minute, then be across the room doing something else the next. You have a mysterious nature that’s very attractive, but it’s really just because no one can hold your attention for too long.

Cancer:

If you have either Venus (with feminine energy) in Cancer or Mars (with masculine energy) in Cancer, then you’re a little timid in your approach. You probably won’t immediately approach, but once you are talking to someone and decide that you want to flirt with them, there is no one more sweet, caring, sensitive, and emotionally supportive.

You put your love interest at ease right away. Although your flirting style is subtle, you’ll feel like home to a partner due to your sentimental tendencies.

You can be a little on the shy side in an adorable sense. A Cancer Venus/Mars is known for blushing!

Related: Juno Aspects In Synastry

Leo:

If you have either Venus (with feminine energy) in Leo or Mars (with masculine energy) in Leo, you’re probably a bit of a show-off in a good way! You’re boisterous, loud, and playful, especially around anyone you intent to attract.

You’re most certainly bold. You possess lots of flair, and you’re dramatic, but can also be romantic; those with Venus/Mars in Leo are known for showering love interests with gifts.

You’re warm, touchy, entertaining, and sexy. Whether or not the relationship lasts, you’re always fun to be around!

Virgo:

If you have either Venus (with feminine energy) in Virgo or Mars (with masculine energy) in Virgo, then you might notice particulars about your love interest and mention them as a means of flirting; this lets them know that you see who they are.

You can be discriminating and picky, but when you’re actively flirting, you do this in a caring manner; you might fuss over the other person to show affection. You may also adapt yourself to the person you’re flirting with in tone, speech, body language, etc.

If you have Venus or Mars in Virgo, you can be witty and attentive all at once. This can be a really fun combination! Above all, you flirt by making observations about the other person which make them feel special.

Libra:

If you have either Venus (with feminine energy) in Libra or Mars (with masculine energy) in Libra, then you’re outgoing, charming, and playful.

You’ll always be very composed in the presence of someone you’re flirting with, but you’re also smooth and charismatic. You might even lead someone on without realizing it. Those with Venus/Mars in Libra are huge flirts!

You’re probably a little witty, but in an elegant way with the intent to appeal. You exude beauty, and will love to talk about all things beautiful.

Scorpio:

If you have either Venus (with feminine energy) in Scorpio or Mars (with masculine energy) in Scorpio, then you’re quiet yet intense around someone you’re flirting with. You can be mesmerizing and probing, and you won’t give attention to anyone except the object of your affection.

You probably ask deep, intense questions right off the bat, and want the person you’re flirting with to feel like there’s no one in the world except the two of you.

You can also be psychically intense. Even if you’re not speaking, the person you’re interested in will feel these deep, powerful vibes coming off of you.

Sagittarius:

If you have either Venus (with feminine energy) in Sagittarius or Mars (with masculine energy) in Sagittarius, then you’re adventurous and fun while flirting. You’re bouncy and you always come off as a free spirit.

You immediately seem extremely friendly and open, and you love making the person you’re interested in laugh. You might sometimes embellish the truth in order to create a better atmosphere, but you usually don’t mean anything bad by this.

At some points, you might be extremely blunt. You find it amusing to throw the truth out there and see how the other person reacts, but you also want to your object of affection to laugh and have a good time.

Capricorn:

If you have either Venus (with feminine energy) in Capricorn or Mars (with masculine energy) in Capricorn, then you’re very composed around someone you’re interested in. You won’t be super outgoing, but you’re not quiet either: you’re just strong.

You might come off as reliable, responsible, and powerful. You’re a little more serious, but you’ll still want to discuss interesting topics and won’t be boring.

If you have Venus/Mars in Capricorn, you could either come off as reserved as quiet, or as wealthy, mature, and reputable. You’ll probably flirt by establishing your position in some way.

Aquarius:

If you have either Venus (with feminine energy) in Aquarius or Mars (with masculine energy) in Aquarius, you may act one of two ways.

You might come off as quirky, interesting, unique, and individualistic. You flirt by showing what’s different about you and how much you refuse to conform to society and culture. You love to talk about new ideas and might flirt through conversation (which is always super unique), wacky clothes, or even unconventional body language. You’re goofy and fun-loving!

Alternatively, you might seem cool, detached, unemotional, and intellectual. This will attract a partner who wants to learn more about you, as you can seem mysterious and mentally stimulating. You may not be unemotional in reality, but you use this “witholding” method as a means of flirting.

Pisces:

If you have either Venus (with feminine energy) in Pisces or Mars (with masculine energy) in Pisces, you probably come off as mysterious and deep. This is not in a Scorpio fashion (this depth is not scary), but in an ideological fashion. You’re sort of like a deep cavern, or blank slate, which allows your love interest to project their idea of romance onto you.

You come off as an illusion yourself. You also seem compassionate, soulful, demure, and self-sacrificing. You often have deep eyes that draw the other in. You’re nervous and timid (when sober!), but this somehow works in your favor and attracts those with more bold flirting signs.

This description is easy to apply to Venus in Pisces, but Mars in Pisces is a bit tougher. With masculine energy, you are mainly focused on finding a soul-mate connection, even if it’s just for a night. You’re affectionate, romantic, and sensuous. You do have a deep, mysterious sense about you that feminine energy flocks to.

After a few drinks, someone with Venus/Mars in Pisces can be silly and even somewhat outgoing!

Is your flirting style accurate? Let us know in the comments!

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The Top 5 Past Life Marriage Indicators In the Birth Chart: Karmic Astrology Synastry

The Top 5 Past Life Marriage Indicators In the Birth Chart: Karmic Astrology Synastry

Karmic astrology synastry is suddenly really interesting when you want to look at your own relationship. I remember the first time I discovered how to read a synastry chart; I worked with mine and my boyfriend’s for about 6 hours.

What I wanted to know first was what past lives we had together. To me, this is always a fundamental place to start. A recent past life will influence every bit of the relationship you have now.

To make it simple for those of you who are on the same path, I’ve rounded up the top 5 placements that indicate a past life marriage. This only works with a synastry chart, and (as always) is simply my own opinion!

1. Saturn in Aspect With Juno

This aspect almost certainly speaks to karma from a past life marriage. There was some sort of karma created, whether the relationship was painful or whether one person abandoned it.

I often see this aspect in the charts of couples who have been married for many years. It doesn’t always make for the easiest of relationships, because both people come into the marriage with the weights of the past life issues, but it definitely has staying power.

Squares and oppositions between Saturn and Juno can speak to a difficult relationship in the past, and there’s some potential for this difficulty to be repeated unless both people are committed to working through their issues and working on the relationship. Positive aspects speak to a generally happy marriage, but there is still karma to be worked out now.

To learn more about the past life, look at the aspect, the houses in which the planets sit, and the signs.

2. Juno in Aspect With the South Node

This is another clear-cut past life astrology marriage aspect, although it isn’t as heavy. Juno aspecting the South Node simply means that the pair was married (in some way) in a past life, or had a longterm “marriage-like” relationship.

To gather more about the flavor of the relationship, look to the actual aspect (is it favorable or difficult?) as well as to the signs and houses. A conjunction is the strongest, but most aspects indicate some type of marriage.

Unlike Juno/Saturn aspects, Juno in aspect with the South Node does not necessarily indicate that marriage in this life will be a force. Saturn draws the couple together due to karma, but Juno and South Node aspects offer more of a choice. It does indicate that both partners knew each other in a past life, but other romantic aspects are needed in the chart to create an energy strong enough for a marriage.

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3. Chiron Conjunct Juno

Most karmic astrology synastry reports don’t take Chiron into account nearly enough. I think Chiron is extremely important in any synastry chart because it speaks to the deepest wounds created between two people.

With any Chiron aspect to the other person’s Juno, there was a wound created through marriage in a past life. This is a difficult aspect, but the couple often meets in this life to try and heal the wound.

The conjunction is, in my opinion, the only aspect that clearly dictates a marriage between these specific people. Any other aspect will show a wound through marriage, but the marriage wasn’t necessarily involving both parties together.

4. Venus in Aspect With the South Node

This can indicate marriage, but it can also indicate a long-term romantic or sexual relationship. The conjunction is especially strong, but the trine, square, and opposition can also indicate a past life connection or marriage.

This was likely a more romantic or sexual relationship instead of something that sustained itself day to day. If other aspects and planets in the chart point to marriage, then it was probably a romantic, attractive marriage where the couple did not see each other all day, did not share a bedroom, had a large household staff, lived apart, etc. It was a relationship based on dates and romance instead of the realities of life.

5. Romantic Conjunctions in the 12th House

If you see any intense conjunctions between the Sun, the Moon, Juno, the South Node, Saturn, Venus, Mars, Lilith, etc. in the 12th house, you might be safe in assuming that there was a marriage or long-term relationship in a past life. The 12th house is all about past life astrology, so the planets can always be applied to past lives as well as the current life.

You’ll have to use your judgement here. Keep in mind that conjunctions are the most important, but other aspects can occasionally speak to marriage. You can gather the tone of the marriage based on the planets involved and the sign that they’re in.

What If We Don’t Have Any of These Aspects?

That doesn’t mean you’ve never been married. In some past life, at some point, we’ve been married to almost everyone we’ve dated or had some type of relationship with.

There are many past life synastry charts that don’t show marriage through these 5 obvious aspects, but it’s clear from reading the whole chart that the pair had a significant relationship in a past life. You’ll always want to look at the chart as a whole, read everything as a metaphors, and use your intuition.

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How You Attract Potential Partners Based On Your Venus

How You Attract Potential Partners Based On Your Venus

We’re all a collection of most of the signs in astrology. Our birth charts are complex, so it’s 100% impossible to sum any person up while describing just one sign.

When it comes to the astrology of attraction, it’s a little bit simpler. We all attract others in a slightly different way, but you can usually look to your Venus or Mars (depending on the gender you feel you are) to see how you attract potential partners and love interests.

Traditional astrology says that women will attract others using the qualities of their Venus sign, while men will attract others using the qualities of their Mars sign. I’ve found that this is 80% true.

What I mean by this is that if a woman has a Venus in Aries and a Mars in Pisces, she will show 80% Aries qualities and 20% Pisces qualities when interacting with a potential partner.

If that’s confusing, let me try an example:

Let’s take Marilyn Monroe. Her Venus was in Aries, so 80% of her “attractive” qualities that others notice right away will be Arian qualities. She was probably outgoing, bold, spontaneous, and even a little selfish. Because her Mars is in Pisces, 20% of her attractive qualities will be Piscean. She might be a little illusive and mysterious, which was clearly a popular combination with her Aries Venus.

This combination will attract others who are interested in these qualities. In order to have chemistry, your potential partner needs to have signs in his/her chart that draw him/her to this energy.

Are These Gender Roles Absolute?

They are definitely not concrete! When I say “women attract using their Venus,” I really mean that people who have more feminine energy will identify more with their Venus sign. Those with more masculine energy will identify more with their Mars sign.

Ask yourself which energy you identify with more, then read the rest of the post looking at whichever planet correlates with that post. Feminine energy = Venus; Masculine energy = Mars. Don’t forget that we’ll all show a bit of the opposite planet’s qualities as well!

This post will be all about the Venus energy in attraction, so these are the qualities you will show 20% of the time if you are more masculine, or 80% of time if you are more feminine. You’ll mainly show these qualities when you feel (consciously or unconsciously) that there is a prospective mate around. A good example of this is when you’re at a bar or party surrounded by your peers.

How You Can Feel This “Attraction” Energy

You might not actually see much of this energy with your own eyes, but simply feel it. For example, a guy I know has Venus and Mars both in Gemini. Even though he might not talk much when he’s at work, others can definitely sense this Gemini energy and see him as somewhat of a player. I’m often told that he’s a cool guy who has a great group of friends, even though none of his coworkers really know his friends. They just sense the energy and fill in the blanks.

You’ll be able to feel this energy as soon as you enter the room. Think about all of the people you know while reading this list (or whoever’s charts you have access to!) and see if the energy fits.

Keep in mind that you’ll be able to sense the energy at a much stronger level if you’re someone the person might be trying to attract, whether they mean to or not. It’s much easier to sense this energy while in a group of your peers, even if some of them are already in relationships: they probably send the energy out subconsciously to anyone who is a prospective mate. This is in no way cheating, it’s just a biological instinct!

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How You Attract Others Based On Your Venus Qualities

In this post, we’re going to look at the qualities of Venus. You’ll either show about 80% of these qualities (if you identify with feminine energy) or about 20% (if you identify with masculine energy). Here’s how each sign works to attract potential partners:

Related: Juno Aspects In Synastry

Aries:

You are bold, direct, aggressive, and selfish. This can come off as really charming to the right person. You don’t mince words, and you’re likely to be extremely blunt when explaining what you’re looking for.

You have tons of energy and can give others an instant energetic boost just by being in the same room. You like the take the lead, so you often attract someone who enjoys being more passive and who likes being around your big energy. You’re probably a little outgoing and popular in a group.

You might be a little competitive, so you could attract someone who likes watching others fight for them.

Taurus:

If you have a Venus in Taurus, you have a dependable yet beautiful quality. You’re not extremely bouncy, but you do have an earthly sense of luxury. You often attract others with physical things such as money, food, clothes, manners, etc.

You will definitely appeal to the luxurious side of anyone you’re trying to attract. You have an aura of class that others will immediately recognize, and you hold some sort of status due to material objects.

Gemini:

If you have Venus in Gemini, you will attract others using witty conversation and super sharp intellect. You may enjoy bantering, or like to play fun mind games. You can enjoy chasing or being chased.

Someone who likes this kind of novelty will instantly be attracted to your energy. A potential partner will want someone who switches things up to keep them guessing, and this is exactly what you do.

You may also be very curious and ask a variety of questions while in the company of others which can make them feel really special.

Cancer:

You attract others by being sensitive and caring. What people have to say really matters to you, and potential partners sense that they can safely share their feelings with you. You will go to any lengths to care for someone emotionally, and others sense that almost immediately.

Someone who needs some emotional care will be instantly attracted to your energy, while those who want to keep things lighter and more surface level may be turned off.

Leo:

If you have Venus in Leo, you probably attract others by showing off. You’re the brightest light in the room, and everyone else knows it. Some people are attracted to that insanely bright light, and you will find those people drawn towards you.

You have high expectations and will usually let that be known, so you sometimes attract people who like the game. You can also attract social climbers, or those who genuinely admire your big personality.

You might tell grandiose stories, laugh more loudly, or show off some sort of talent. You are also very physical, and you may attract others by showing them physical affection; you can even just be more touchy in casual conversation.

You’re definitely not fickle, and once you decide you want to attract a certain individual (even unconsciously), you won’t stray.

Virgo:

Those with Venus in Virgo attract in a much quieter, simpler way. Others might not notice you right off the bat, but those who are drawn to the Virgo energy will find you hidden in the corner; they will like the nondescript, plain qualities that you possess.

You might lovingly criticize or joke about the person you want to attract (similar to how kids pick on their crush in middle school) and this is all part of how you flirt. You might also do little things to show your appreciation. You could comment on someone’s charm bracelet, or wallet, or notice the way they pronounce a word, for example. The subtleties of someone’s character matter to you. You will try to attract through all practical manners, and might do small favors for those you’re interesting in.

Libra:

If you have Venus in Libra, you absolutely love attracting other people. You’re very polished and won’t often use crude words or speak too loudly. Instead, you try to attract by appearing beautiful and sophisticated on all levels (looks, intellect, and even spirit).

Those with Venus in Libra can be pretty outgoing. You’re probably very social, like a happy butterfly, and you try to stay on good terms with everyone. This attracts people who want someone with great social skills.

You attract others by being nice, happy, sweet, and upscale. Being around you makes potential partners feel good and as though they’ve found someone who is wonderful on all levels. The trick will be keeping this up once you enter into a relationship.

Scorpio:

If you have Venus in Scorpio, then you have a deep intensity that others can sense. Potential partners will almost immediately feel that once you commit, you’re all in, and that you have an extremely profound emotional nature.

When you come across a potential partner, you will be intensely focused on them. Those who are looking for a lighter relationship (e.g. anyone with a lot of Gemini) won’t like this, but someone who is looking for this exact intensity will immediately be drawn to you.

You might also draw those to you who are attracted to anything dark or tragic, since you give off a slightly desolate air.

Sagittarius:

Venus in Sagittarius means that you’re very attractive to others due to your friendliness, your smile, your fun-loving nature, and your up-for-anything attitude. You’re very easy to be around initially, and you like to bounce around and try new activities.

You also love a good philosophical discussion, or anything that’s interesting but not too personal. You probably won’t want to get too deep right off-the-bat, but you do like a fun adventure, whether that be something physical or just a discussion.

In a group, you’re social but fun, and some partners may be looking for just this.

Capricorn:

If you have Venus in Capricorn, you come across as very controlled, confident, goal-oriented, and responsible. You’ll act like that experienced CEO who  takes everyone pretty seriously and exudes an air of confidence.

You send out an energy of competency that will attract others. You won’t be very warm or display many emotions, even though you will feel them inside. Others might either want to play the game and break through to find your emotions, or enjoy how self-reliant you are and how they don’t have to baby you.

Aquarius:

If you have Venus in Aquarius, you might come off as a little aloof. You probably dress somewhat plain and don’t go crazy with hair or makeup, but there’s still a slightly different energy about you that some people will find really appealing.

You’re a little detached, and others might like that. You can also be a bit of a dreamer, and don’t care to think about if your dreams are realistic or not.

You might have unconventional ideas for how you’ll do things in a relationship or in your future, and these ideas will probably excite potential partners who will find you extremely interesting and refreshing. You’ll attract people who are sick of the same-old and who are looking for something (and someone) different.

Pisces:

You have a very elusive, mysterious, delicate energy that attracts others to you because they want to know more. You often have deep eyes, and others have the sense that there’s a lot more below the surface. You will typically attract people who want to find out what’s there.

You might also give off a soft, romantic vibe that potential partners like.

You also give off a somewhat blank slate (due to this unnamed mysterious nature) that potential partners can use to project their ideal image of love. When you first meet someone, they might feel as thought you’re the exact partner they’ve been looking for, although these are simply qualities the partner sees in his/her head.

Venus in Retrograde

If you have Venus in Retrograde, a lot of this flirting will be internalized. You probably won’t make moves to actually flirt or attract, but the energy of your Venus sign will still be apparent. It will just be something others feel instead of outwardly see, at first.

For example, if you have Venus in Sagittarius retrograde, you probably won’t be the life of the party. You won’t bounce around, chatting with a variety of different people, or suggest a new activity every 20 minutes. You’ll be much more reserved, but this restless, happy energy will still be apparent to anyone who is attracted to you.

Does your Venus fit you? Let us know how in the comments!