Asteroids in 5th House
Eros in the 5th House
The fifth house is the traditional residence of entertainment. It encompasses the playful heart, the creative spirit and romantic pleasures. It is the house of the inner child and the outer speculator, the actual children and the latent rock star in everyone.
The fifth house has to do with self-expression and that includes offspring, art work, novels, and romances because they all activate the heart and engender feelings of uniqueness that makes us feel special. That is, when everything is going smoothly. These areas of life also put us in a place of utmost vulnerability not just to the art critic and the gene pool but to those experiencing the inner child. The fifth house rules speculation because we risk the child-like and creative qualities in the harsh reality of potential judgment and condemnation. There is no guarantee how we will measure up.
Juno in the 5st House
If you have Juno in the fifth house, you make a wonderful, creative parent. You would also excel at all kinds of games, sports andhobbies. One of the dangers of this placement is that you may be the type who never seems to grow up. You may act out a lot and subconsciously choose a marriage partner who is more like a parent then a lover. You also subconsciously choose partners that you feelwill "baby" you in some way. Celebrities that have this childlike placement of Juno include Gerard Depardieu, Elvis Presley, Demi Moore, Paul McCartney, Freddie Mercury, Katie Holmes, Ted Bundy and the Marquis De Sade.
Vertex in the 5th House
You have a childlike orientation, in all of its manifestations, toward relationships on an internal level. That implicit trust, or perhaps naivete, that was instilled in our childhood persists far into maturity. The concomitant explosions and occasional tantrums when these constructs are violated also accompany this position.
You have a need for fun, creativity, and excitement in a committed relationship, no matter how many years it has endured. You often have deep fears, typical of children, of abandonment, as well as a need for universal acceptance, no matter how you act, which you need your partner to respect and nurture, rather than rebuke, especially in adulthood.