Here my two pennies: I’d say it’s more romantic. Eros is also a philosopher in astrology, so it does give depth to a relationship, and definitely a greater attraction. Aries adds to lucidity. Here the wonderful Zane B. Stein on Eros:
“Love is definitely the province of this little body. Find Eros in a person’s twelfth house and you almost always find someone who wants love, wants to be loved so much, yet who finds themselves always either without someone to love, or in a love situation that brings them great pain. Find Eros in a person’s first house, though, and you find someone who has a lot of love to give and who meets each new person with the desire to share this feeling. Initially at least this type has a non-discriminatory approach to people and wants to be close to everyone.
Eros is definitely love, touch, and affection, but it also has a great deal to do with physical love. If the rest of the chart does not contradict, a strong Eros gives a strong need for physical contact with others, especially sex. It can also add charisma, and the ability to charm almost anyone. (This is especially noticeable with Eros conjunct the ascendant. Such a person charms instantly and has what seems to be almost total emotional openness.)
The word ‘erotic’ comes from Eros, and this is a big factor in the lives of people with close Eros aspects. It is not uncommon to find that a person with a close Eros conjunct Sun, Moon, Venus or Mars is quite promiscuous, or has been for a partof his/her life.
My research verifies Dr. Lehman’s observation that “If one person’s Eros makes an aspect to another person’s planet, the Eros person is smitten with the Planet person.” But I have also found the planet person often returns the feeling, even if his Eros makes no aspect in reciprocation."
While Eros craves erotic excitement and change, Juno wants stability and commitment. So this blend can create an on-and-off great attraction and become a destabilizing factor. It depends of other factors in a synastry chart. With many good aspects it will bring the necessary excitement. In a chart with many hard aspects, it may make things difficult (which probably with the implosive Aries is not the case). Maybe you can tell us how you experience this aspect in synastry?
Thanks. :) (Oh yeah, what houses are we talking here?)
I know a guy who has his eros and juno conjunct my sun and ascendant. Would it be safe to say that he’s into me?!