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|So i was looking at extended charts and such and it says that my Juno is in Capricorn.. Does that mean that sign is what i am looking for in a mate? It would make since. My man is a Cappie, and the first i ever dated,and even though he is shy and quiet most the time around people and it drives them crazy, i find it cute and sexy, the gentleman that he is turns me on insanely! Just wondering|
|*sense ...(damn smart phone) lol|
|Heres the link to where i found my juno sign..|
|Yes, and i have new pics of both us on my profile..lol|
|No he aint a druggie,Hes a bail enforcement agent,so doing drugs would be a no no, and i hate to ENLIGHTEN you but i am not ugly. I may not be a size 0, but uh yeah, i know 4 cap men that have dated bigger chicks than me. I dont now what your deal is.|
|I like your pics CG, your fellow looks like a good ol' boy to me. As to original question I'm basically chart retarded, but you keep on rocking your Cap woman. Size never equals sexy. I'd rather be bigger with a good heart than a chicken bone with a pissy attitude and one irate sumbuck standing beside me.|
hope you found following informative
Juno clarifies how you deal with committed personal relationships.
Vesta can give your keys to how you express your sexuality..
Juno has come to be associated with issues of socially acknowledged relationship, legal marriage, marital fulfillment through commitment and fidelity, and the struggle for equality within a relationship. She represents, also, the kind of power struggles that involve controlling the partner through control over offspring, or through the withholding of sex or emotional intimacy. Juno can also represent committed relationships entered into out of a sense of duty, guilt, or for social reasons.
Juno represents both the need for relationship and the refusal to accept inequality within the context of a relationship. She represents the struggle to balance the need for intimacy with the opposing need for freedom - needs which both partners have, although one of these needs may be projected onto the partner. She can also represent the need to take marriage as a sacred trust, a way that leads to spiritual fulfillment through the reconciliation of the opposites in a state of union.
On another level, Juno can represent the way in which one feels rendered powerless by conflict in spite of sincere effort and irreproachable conduct on one's own part. The harder one tries, the more inadequate one's efforts seem to be, for there is a tendency to cling to old methods when circumstances have changed and a whole new paradigm is needed before the way clear can be seen. This frustration can sometimes lead to self-depreciation and loss of faith in oneself. Juno thus symbolizes the transition state between old and new ways of being, where the old fails to meet the needs of the times and the new is not yet manifest. She describes the need for a kind of spiritual self-rejuvenation that is needed in order to see oneself through times of utter disintegration into the future that awaits. Juno in the horoscope thus represents the ways in which we need to renew ourselves, and where our ability to adjust to changing circumstances is most tested.
Since marriage proved to be this goddess' testing ground, Juno in the horoscope also indicates the qualities associated with one's marriage partner and the ways in which one handles intimacy/freedom needs as well as the jealousy and insecurity that often accompany this balancing act. Juno's position describes the nature of any control issues, the wa
Juno in the horoscope gives a good indication of the kind of marriage partner that we need and will get. Not the partner we think we want (those are ruled by Venus and Mars), but the one we need and actually wind up with. Let's get things straight here before we go into the details about Juno in your horoscope. Venus and Mars show what we consider to be our ideal man or woman. The 5th house describes the type of people we tend to get involved with romantically. The 7th house tells us the kind of person our first marriage partner will be (and the 9th house describes our 2nd marriage partner, if any). Juno works on a more fundamental level.
Juno in Capricorn: Your need is for a practical partner who is a good organizer and can help you in business. Don't expect them to show too much emotion.
further detail can be found out i f you know in which house is
|my laptop and internet connection both are bent on dying on me.|
anyhow i was saying if you know in which house your juno is then you can delve more and get more insight.
hope you enjoyed the text.
btw my juno is in Cancer, no placement can be worse than this from a woman's point of view.
it's good you got a manly cappy man!
Posted by WoundedLeo
Sometimes the younguns don't have enough miles on them to have a whole lot of tact or sense.
When a guy gets some miles on him, little things like being able to hold a pleasant conversation, the sound of her voice, and how sweet natured she is take a lot more prominence than her ass in a bikini. No matter how good she looks, she's only going to look like that for so long, then that's over. But if you shackled yourself to her? You are going to be stuck listening to her FOREVER. Shop wisely fellas.
Posted by CancerianGoddess
I cannot even believe you took the time to answer someone who just disrespected you like that...
Its not about size and u defending yourself almost says u think it is...
Posted by ilyb
I'm sorry, cap man usually have a proper functioning heart, and are not so shallow. Sorry if I'm being rude.
Posted by ShahBano
hMMMMM interesting..my Juno is in Capricorn too. and I'm currently interested IN a CAP..hmmmm..