Since the beginning of human’s relationship with fire, it has been a focal point of the home and family whether it be the actual hearth or an outside fire. These goddesses are often venerated during the season of Yuletide as well as the sabbat of Imbolc.
Over the years of using this asteroid in synastry readings and the subsequent research that I dove into, while undeniably important and descriptive of an entirely different type of bond, I often find myself at a loss for words to describe the type of bond indicated when the DNA asteroid contacts certain points. I have found there are patterns and certain placements that are most common as an indicator of this unique type of bond.
In Greek mythology, Juno is Hera and Zeus is her counterpart. In Roman mythology they are Juno and Jupiter. As the Queen of the Gods, we automatically assume that she was this powerful being with this glorious life. While her archetypal energy is very potent, it carries with it a good deal of shadow and a treasure trove of learning potential for us.
Introducing…. (drum roll)… the asteroid Anand(a) #23323! I was following some delicious bread crumbs one day and discovered this asteroid by accident. Are there really any accidents, though? Mmmmhm this asteroid begs us to ask this question. Since Ananda is my name, and I was able to find pretty much zero real astrological info on this asteroid, I of course was excited to dive in and do my thang.