IMO the Saturn person will take this partnership seriously and it will put a lot of effort to make this relationship solid and lasting. With Saturn involved, this synastry works much better with mature partners. They will not get nervous or upset over a delay in marriage, or the Juno person having second thoughts. This is where the placement of Juno weighs in. Gemini Juno may get too scared. Capricorn Juno will be more involved. The most negative Juno/Saturn effects is that a marriage can turn into a practical solution to security, and it can also create difficulties abandoning a partnership that’s not in the best interest of both partners.
To sum it up: Maturity can easily turn this synastry into a solid long-lasting relationship. If this relationship is between two young people (29 and younger I’d say), it will be hard to keep the flame fresh. With each challenging transit hitting this points in both charts, the bond will probably not endure. Hope this helped.
What about Juno conjunct Saturn(2nd house, Virgo)in Composite chart? It’s heavily aspected by opposite Jupiter and square Neptune to trines from Sun, Venus, Mars, Kiron and sextile from Uranus. We’re Cancer and Taurus both with Leo rising and security and our home is main issue for us. What do you think?
Thanks again! Gee, you’re a real whiz – and so fast! I know of a friend whose potential sweetheart has this placement<3 there IS a relative age gap, though, he’s just hit his thirties(thirty four? chart, chart…) My friends eighteen. Don’t even ask.
However their synastry overall is promising; what you mentioned of maturity really struck me. She’s very mentally established – it’s watching their “daily” interactions that’s fascinating to me. They mesh well together(in spite of some harder, personal placements)I’ve heard nothing along the lines of any deeper commitment. Perhaps for the best. Still, just so it’s disclosed: both of us are situated in Europe, and the age of consent here is sixteen. Emphasis on independence is much stressed, though, she in particular is, and has been the one “grown-up” in our social environment,was so very early, though I’m her senior by only a few months;)I want her only the best, even with approving him I’m still rather edgy. Though, I do think they both realize the delicacy of their situation. Aaa my baby gurl! Who AM I going to booty call Saturday evenings for chick flicks and fondue! Pff:) Anyhow, tidbit of additional information as I don’t have the dates at hand – Saturn and Juno happens to be getting cozy in ninth or eight house. Or both(methinks. same ascendant) in Leo.
Well… Some things in life might be better of being learnt firsthand, vows or not.
But, I’ve been curious about this aspect ever since they met – so thank you so much hieronimuss(love the <3!)
@deea would be a benefit if you could upload the composite chart as to get an individual interpretation,the wholeness of it! Well, you guys as as a couple:)You might opt to ask a new question here(highly recommended) as most people here willingly answers it with open arms.
The interpretation of Juno varies, the magi considers it “the lover”, frivolous affairs that do not readily grow into marriage, whilst modern western astrology has it symbolize the latter. But, regardless; it deals with love.
And as a composite chart supposedly show us the energy we ‘exude’ as a couple, and the dynamic that operates within, the very patterns of a relationship(not the self-, but the WE-expression) – I believe it(conjoint saturn, 2nd) points to major fuss for good or bad on nest-building, structuring something together and keeping and playing it safe in order for the relationship to survive. Almost to the point it could get stifling:P You guys need a harbor for the ship you share to survive. We all do, but I like to think at least that the composite show us the patterns of our concerns and joys.
I just realized you wrote security and home were your issues! Sorry, lol!
Take note I haven’t considered any other aspect in the composite, as the square and oppositions. It’s about orbs, about loci and things that take bit more time. Isolating an aspect will always be very crude generalization of a very big picture, though it’s fun. It’s like trying to snap one shot and get all 360 degrees, which of course does not fit into a single picture. Or has that expired? I remember now that there’s this app called panorama.. Astroknowlogy have reports here for a very fair fee. I’ve yet to try, but samples suggest their high-quality. I think there’s one on composites. Just doing a bit of advertising^^;
Oh, and the couple I wrote of down here a while ago? They’re still together:)
Juno in signs and houses
“Juno Aspects Saturn: The partners will tend to be older (in spirit if not in actual years). With the harmonious aspects (sextile and trine) partners are likely to be solid, practical, and dependable, but, unless there are other indicators, don’t expect them to be the life of the party. Conversely, partnership could bring out the solid, practical, and dependable side of you.The stressful aspects (conjunction, square, and opposition) may cause marriage to be delayed, or even denied. If you have this one, try not to get married before your first Saturn Return (which occurs around the age of twenty nine). Stressful aspects between Juno and Saturn can have a similar effect to Saturn placed in the 7th house. An early marriage (before the Saturn Return) will slowly decay until there is no affection left and the marriage collapses. Juno/Saturn stress aspects can also indicate someone who makes a bad marriage for "practical” reasons, such as security. They will also be prone to stay in a bad marriage to protest their social image, or because “a half a loaf is better than none.” As if there is anything “practical” about having a bad marriage! These people have to learn to cut their losses and make a fresh start. “ www.bobmarksastrologer.com/Juno21.3.html