ASTEROID JUNO IN SCORPIO 19 SEPTEMBER TO 18 DECEMBER 2020

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JUNO IN SCORPIO 19 SEPTEMBER - 18 DECEMBER


Asteroid Juno enters the Sign of Scorpio Zodiac from today, September 20, until December 18, 2020.

It is a transit that will mainly affect Taurus, Leo, Scorpio and Aquarius Signs, as well as those of you who have personal planets, or the angles of your natal chart in the zodiac signs of the Fixed Cross.

Asteroid Juno from this position favors a successful commitment or even marriage, PROVIDED THAT ALSO MANY OTHER ASTROLOGICAL FACTORS allow it, for Scorpios, Pisces and Cancer.


ASTEROID JUNO IN SCORPIO

By astrologer, Andrew Ifandis

 

As it becomes increasingly difficult to form and maintain relationships within the postmodern modern environment of the new normal, of social distancing and fear of proximity, the passage of the Asteroid Juno through the Scorpio sign emphasizes our need to redefine what is truly is what we ask to commit but also what are the characteristics that now define what it means to have a relationship and think about long-term commitment.

Relationships cannot be superficial in an environment that does not allow going out, carefree fun, flirting and easy dating.

The ever-present need for security, emotional union, passion, but also for essential emotional and physical contact, which characterizes the female psycho-synthesis, but also our human essence – regardless of gender, becomes even more intense in the stressful conditions of the Covid era.

Our relationships go through a sieve. The prospective partners are thoroughly examined before they can feel trusted. We want intensity and passion from our partner, emotionally and physically. This need is strong and arises, not only as a means of satisfying our sex life, not only as a prerequisite for greater mental union, but also as a result of stressful daily life.

The counterweight to the anti-eroticism imposed by the mask on the face during the day, makes us want the expression of closeness and devotion at night, to be even more essential.

The Asteroid Juno from Scorpio completely transforms the way we choose partners and think about the long-term relationship and marriage for the coming months, but also shows us what characteristics a successful cohabitation should have.

Deep devotion and being faithful to one’s relationship are fundamental issues for Juno through the Scorpio sign. Active sex life also is, since in Scorpio the asteroid has intense sexuality. But this is exactly where the attention is needed, since the balance in the relationship will be maintained only through mutual trust.

If this trust is broken, then fear comes to the fore resulting in jealousy, possessiveness, suspicions and manipulative tendencies that will undermine the long-term potential of the relationship.


In addition to the position of the Asteroid Juno in the sign of Scorpio from transit, it is important to find out the asteroid’s Juno placement on both your and your partner’s natal chart, but also to see the contacts of the Asteroid at the level of Synastry.


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