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Q: Is Juno a bad aspect for marriage? Specifically, does it delay marriage?

Juno mythologySo here’s my experience:  My own natal Juno is in Leo and the 3rd house. So that really has nothing to do with marriage directly, as it would if Juno was, say, in my 7th or 8th house.

And Marriage can potentially be reflected in both the 7th and 8th houses. The 7th would be about marriage as an intimate partnership versus marriage in the 8th house being more about marriage as a financial transaction involving a dowry, for example, as happened in times past.

My first marriage happened when I was 35, which is late these days, I guess. It wasn’t really a love match; the synastry of that relationship tells me it was more like a karmic debt to be paid.

And man, did I ever pay it. My now-ex husband sure got his karmic pound of flesh out of that one, and thankfully, not a penny from me–though he threatened to sue me for alimony:-D I didn’t start getting into astrology until right at the end of that marriage, but if I knew then what I know now . . .

My second marriage is much different. My current husband’s Juno in our synastry is exact on my Vertex in the 5th house. So you could say that my second marriage was the “fated” marriage with the Vertex involved and the “true love” marriage with the 5th house involved. And my second marriage happened the year I turned 50. 

So I could make an anecdotal case here that Juno might reflect a delayed marriage. But you have to consider the entire chart to get the whole picture.

A delayed marriage isn’t necessarily a bad thing. You know what they say:  “Good things come to those who wait.” That’s definitely how it worked out for me.

So why are you in such a hurry to get married? Why not enjoy your freedom and your money while you’ve got it to yourself? There are lot of things in the world worse than being single. 🙂

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