Jupiter is the planet of luck and expansion. This is the planet that can make things fall into your lap. But since it is the planet of expansion, it can also make you put on more weight.

Jupiter Aspecting the Sun: Has the reputation for being the original "good-time-Charlie" but this is not always the case. John D. Rockefeller Sr. had the square between these two. In his case, it simply increased the desire for more, more, more. With him, the planet Saturn was also strongly placed, and that factor was probably responsible for keeping him from spending his money as fast as it came in. Jupiter tends to confer an optimistic attitude, a constant "Of course I can do it". Well you know. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. Jupiter gives you the confidence to venture and the "luck" to back you up. The danger here, even with the harmonious aspects, is that one day, you will push that luck too far.

Jupiter Aspecting the Moon: The Moon shows your feelings. Jupiter is optimism. This combination gives an inner optimism that always seems to bounce back no matter what the circumstances. But the Moon also rules the stomach. Watch your weight if you have the stressful aspects. All Moon-Jupiter contacts increase the sense of "noblese oblige", a desire to be generous. The Moon shows your feelings. Jupiter is optimism. This combination gives an inner optimism that always seems to bounce back no matter what the circumstances. But the Moon also rules the stomach. Watch your weight if you have the stressful aspects. All Moon-Jupiter contacts increase the sense of "noblese oblige", a desire to be generous.

Jupiter Aspecting Mercury: The harmonious aspects make it easy for you to make the mental shift from the large to the small, from generalities to specifics, from picky little details to the whole universe. The only problem really, is that when you’re depressed, no one will believe you because you sound so up. The conjunction, in this case, is generally harmonious  The stressful aspects between these two tends to exaggerate. It also can go back and forth between being too bogged down in details, and ignoring them altogether.

Jupiter Aspecting Venus: Can make you gentle and sensitive. You are probably easily imposed upon. Venus is charm and Jupiter expands everything it touches. The stressful aspects increase the desire to play first and work later, which is not the best way to accomplish things.

Jupiter Aspecting Mars: The stressful aspects strongly tend to shorten the temper and the patience. Be careful. Mars is energy and Jupiter is optimism and expansion. Any contact between these two increases your energy and drive, even to the point of recklessness. If you learn to control this aspect, you can accomplish a lot. If not, you will waste your energy in one ill considered pursuit after another.

Jupiter Aspecting the Ascendant: The conjunction will give you the traits of the Sun-Sign Sagittarius, optimistic, saying whatever is on your mind, a bit reckless. It can also give you some of the negative traits if you aren’t careful, such as not listening and believing that you are ALWAYS right. The conjunction, square, and opposition tend to give a weight problem. Jupiter, after all, is the planet of expansion, and the Ascendant affects appearance. The sextile and trine work in an easier fashion, but there may still be too much of a tendency to trust in luck. "Luck" can run out, you know.

Jupiter Aspecting the Mid-Heaven: Is perfect for show business. Goldie Hawn and Candice Bergen, for instance, have it right at the top. Marlon Brando has the square. Not only does Jupiter give the expansive qualities that are needed for a career on the stage, but it also adds the one thing that is a necessity for anyone in show business. Good luck.
 

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