Re: Progressed Juno Sextile Prog. Ceres?
Minny, the use of Ceres and Juno is pretty limited and usually only looked at by astrologers who have a special interest in "the four" asteroids.
We are concerned with planets which reflect personal circumstances, character traits and energies within us and how they play out according to the aspects. So when we look at illnesses etc. it is better to look at major transits (to natal /progressed chart) and not only at the asteroids. Also, a progressed chart can be looked at as a "personal growth) chart. When at birth the chart shows a square between Sun and Mars for instance, and by progression several years later, it shows a sextile, between these two, then this person has learned, through effort, how to deal with these aggressive energies. I dont look at a progressed chart by itself until the person has reached midlife.
Ceres, connected with transpersonal planets show the need to help the environment or humanitarian causes.
Juno has some value when it comes to relationships and marriage and can show the wife or wife-husband relationship. Major transits, but not by another asteroid! could be critical times for forming, altering or ending a committed relationship. Juno seems to be more committed than Venus I once read. So squares from Juno to the 7th house cusp or ruler could show trouble in the marriage. To Uranus, divorce.
Vesta in a chart can give an indication as to how you devote yourself to a cause. A prominent Vesta for instance can show a workoholic and could therefore challenge personal relationships.
Pallas is an indicator of effort or wisdom, intelligence and healing through effort.
Men with asteroids close to their Ascendant or their Sun, more often than not, show the influence of a women in this man's life, like his mother (Ceres), wife (Juno), sister (Vesta).
Women with asteroids close to their Asc. or MC or Sun, could show strong characteristics of these asteroids.
Now to come back to your concerns, yes, I would be concerned as well, but sometimes adults (he is over 18 after all) have to learn by falling and standing up again. He is VERY young to even consider marriage and such early marriage more often than not end in divorce. The more we interfere, the more they will show you the opposite of what you think (my experience). You could talk to him and show him, like you did to us, the major differences between them and suggest to him to at least wait a few years more (or until his illness has gotten better) until he marries. He has a whole lifetime to marry her after all. If she is his first love, then of course it will be difficult as that sort of attachements are based on teenage impressions (and no comparisons!! to other women) and cerainly not mature. He has NO idea what marriage is all about of course.
We sometimes just have to let them sail, and when they shipwreck, just be there for them.
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