Saturn is in the 7th house here, but marriage is less likely this year because the 7th lord, Venus, is in the 12th house. Here's what that means: you'll make love not lust, you'll marry for money and status, not emotion, and you'll need a strong spiritual guide.
The reason for this is that both Venus and Saturn are in rebellious modes. They're both in detriment, which means that they are involved in some sort of conflict or disagreement with one another. This means that your marriage will be through trials and difficulties this year.
However, this doesn't mean that you can't have a happy marriage. It just means that you will face challenges that may cause problems in your relationship. If you are able to work through these issues together, then you will come out on the other side stronger than ever before.
Money matters will also be an issue for your marriage. Both Venus and Saturn are in tight signs (the last thing you want when trying to start a family is more debt) so don't expect any help from them when it comes to finances. You will most likely have to get a job in order to provide for your family.
Finally, there's the fact that this is a rebellious phase for both Venus and Saturn.
Every day in June? Because it is named after Juno, the Roman goddess of marriage, the sixth month is considered a favorable month for marriages. Junos are believed to enjoy good fortune from their first glimpse of moonlight until they gaze their last sight of it.
Juno was also the name of Rome's queen-consort before marrying Aeneas, so perhaps this tradition of naming months after important people who died years ago is not just for kings and presidents. The goddess Juno also had a hand in marriages because she was thought to control the flow of water which is necessary for crops to grow. Thus, marrying in a fertile month would be sure to ensure prosperity for your marriage.
The Chinese also believe that marrying in June brings good luck because it marks the beginning of the summer season. This tradition dates back at least 2,000 years when Emperor Qin Shi Huang issued orders to establish a monthly calendar based on the lunar cycle.
June comes after May, which has flowers and may represent new beginnings. If you marry in August or September, you will likely have poor luck because those are the only two dead months of the year. In October, we start to receive letters saying "goodbye" because by then most people have already sent out wedding invitations.
If you're young, this is Rahu's period, and you'll have a lot of queries like when will I get married or when will I get engaged, but you can use astrology to acquire a precise marriage horoscope report. This is the time of Jupiter (for the female) and Venus (for the male) after marriage (for the male). If you're still single at 30, don't worry; this period will come later in your life.
30 is also the age at which most people get married, so if you are still single at this age, there could be some reason for it. Maybe you need to try out some new places before you find your perfect match? Or maybe you should wait until you meet the right person? Who knows! But keep in mind that this is also a sensitive time for Mars (for the female) and Uranus (for the male), so if you don't find yourself a husband by then, there's no chance of finding one.
After 40, the best time to get married is when Saturn (for the female) and Pluto (for the male) are together. This creates an opportunity for love marriages. In other words, these are couples who join together by choice instead of fate, and they usually end up very happy.
Get married before 30 if you can't stand waiting around, otherwise you might not be so lucky next time round!
The legend surrounding February 29th does not stop with proposals. A Greek belief holds that getting married in a leap year is unfortunate. So, too, would be marrying on the 30th.
There are other myths about this date. One says you will never reach your goal weight if you marry someone in February or March. Another says you shouldn't marry until you're at least 25 years old - because it's an unlucky time for marriages.
These theories may have come about because February has six days while March has seven. If you add up all the times there are two possibilities: either you'll meet every single one of them or miss one out. Since most people think that being without food or water for several days is bad, it makes sense that meeting multiple times where you don't eat or drink anything would be too.
In any case, it's clear that there is some sort of "mythical creature" that emerges on February 29th at around midnight. This myth has caused many a marriage to be called off before it had a chance to grow and become successful.
However, there is one kind gesture that might be considered lucky.