Saturday, December 15, 2007

AN IN DEPTH STUDY OF JUNO [ 3 ]

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Juno signifies adornment; anniversaries; atmospheric purity; the attempt to regain power; the balance of power; betrayal; betrothal; business relationships; the ceding of power; charm; chastity; childbirth; compatibility; courtship; creative / artistic talent; divorce; dress-style; eccentricity; emotional attachment; emotional and sexual power games; engagement; enhancement of female beauty; environmental quality; equality, fairness and freedom as issues; expectation of the behaviour of the (marital or equivalent) partner; entertainment; etiquette; fears of future problems in a relationship; female discontent; female virtue; female wiles; fidelity; financial costing, estimation and accountancy; friendship; fruitfulness; glamour; grace; group care; home organisation; hospitality; identification of the self through the partner or children; inequality in partnerships or work; image projection; incest; infidelity; insecurity in a relationship; intimacy; jealousy; the legitimacy or illegitimacy of children; marriage institutions and rituals; marriages as unions, and their accompanying obligations and commitments; the marriage partner; subtle manipulation; matriarchs; mating; new relationship forms; non-acceptance of areas of the partner's nature, serving to divide and limit fulfilment; one-to-one relating; partnership; possessiveness; the powerless; projection and reflection; protocol; quarrelsomeness; relatedness; relationship as a means of self-expression; the relationship dynamic (partly as learned from parents, especially the mother); relationship counselling; relationship problems that test the level of commitment; separation and return; seduction; sex crimes; sharing; shrewishness; social patterns and ritual; social welfare; soul mate bonds; spiritual relationships; the structuring of activities; subjugation; subtlety; tantric sexuality; trust; understanding; unwillingness to compromise in relationship disagreements; victims; vindictiveness; virtue; weddings; and women's rights.

It is associated with abused children; the atmosphere; bees; brides; ceremonies; climate; conjugal honour; cosmetics; cows; cuckoos; dance; d├ęcor; the disabled; drama; eggs; the element Air; etiquette; grooms; heirs; hosts and hostesses; housekeepers; husbands; jewellery; joint leaders or rulers; lilies; make-up; masks; matrons; meteorology; minorities; mint; ornamentation; peacocks; performing arts; pomegranates; roses; scents; siblings; singing; the solar plexus; storms; treasurers; vice-presidents; weddings; widows; wives (including abused ones); women; women's support groups; and yokemakers. Its glyph represents a royal sceptre. Its symbols include the diadem; linked double rings; rainbows; sceptres; a triangle at the centre of a circle; and veils.

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