Today I am going to preview Jupiter's entrance into Pisces, which will happen in December 2021.
Hey everyone, this is Acyuta-bhava from Nightlight Astrology and today we are going to preview Jupiter's entrance into Pisces, which is happening in December. And this past week what I've been doing is dedicating a number of live casts and videos to looking at all of the major events of December. But giving us sort of a preview, we're going to be looking at these closer to the time of each transits perfection. But I think it's good to get out in front of these because they are all process oriented. They all have history behind them. And it's good to treat them like dynamic processes, rather than just one off events. So today, we're going to take a look at Jupiter into Pisces, go through the history of it, and go back 12 years when Jupiter was last in the sign of Pisces and try to get everyone prepared. I'll take Jupiter through the houses briefly. And then I will take some live readings. So people want to share their birth charts later on today. 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We're going to look now at Jupiter into Pisces, which I'm super stoked about because, to me it's been really it's been a long couple of years of of let's be real of dealing with Jupiter in Saturn ruled signs and we need to move on. That's how I'm doing it. I'm like thank you Saturn for just being all Saturny for lots of time now because we've had Saturn in Capricorn for several years. Saturn in Aquarius for a number of years. We had Jupiter in Capricorn in its fall for a year now Jupiter's in Aquarius Saturn sign, it's and then we had the Jupiter the Saturn Pluto conjunction and Saturn signs like my god but the Saturn.
I mean, think about it. We were in this pandemic, everyone's cloistered and everything's polarised. Very Saturn. Saturn rules oppositions. Saturn is the Lord of opposition. And the the opposition aspect is of the nature of Saturn. And so, restriction, the feeling of polarisation, isolation, confinement, does that sound familiar to anybody because that's what I feel. And that's what I see when I look at the world these days, a lot of division, a lot of polarisation. When Saturn was in Capricorn politically, what was everyone talking about in the United States at least a wall, or Brexit or whatever the case might be you're talking about, I'm you're not a part of my group or you're in the in group and you're in the out group. Or there's just an emphasis on division on well, you're either for this or you're against this, I want this or I don't want that. Or there's restrictions, codes, masks, not masks, vaccines, mandates, arguments about vaccines, and mandates, all of this stuff, wherever you may stand on it. I'm not taking a position here. I'm just here to tell you it's all Saturn, it's like the whole thing is just a nice Saturnine fiesta.
So let me put in the outer planets here in the chart that we're looking at. And let's get to business because the exciting thing about having Jupiter moving into one of its home signs is that we are no longer going to have to deal with so much heavy Saturn energy, you're going to start to see that lift. And to me that is like the most welcome news ever. Not only that, but Jupiter is going to get into a conjunction with Pisces next spring. While Venus is also exalted in Pisces, that's going to be just a pretty amazing transit. One of the most subjectively positive transits that I remember looking at, you know, in the stars and recent memory for the past couple of years, at least. So we're going to talk about that a little bit today as well.
But let's just track out the entrance of Jupiter into Pisces first. So here you can see here's Jupiter in Aquarius, right, and it's at about 24 degrees. And what you're going to see is next month, if we go forward just a little bit. You're gonna go forward just a bit, and there it is, it's going to be I'll give you the exact day here just to make sure I've got it... now let's get it down to the hour just to be extra precise. So it's about December 28 11:51pm Eastern time in the United States that you're going to see Jupiter enter Pisces. Now that entrance is complete because aren't we had a little bit of an entrance of Jupiter into Pisces in 2021 then it retrograded back into Aquarius where it is now. Once it enters Pisces, at the end of December next month, it's going to move through the whole sign of Pisces. So now we're getting like real. We got a little preview over the summer now we're getting a real immersion. We'll go back over that in a minute about the previous time period that we had in 2021.
So Jupiter into Pisces. Now let's just watch how this is going to unfold. We see that Jupiter in Pisces goes all the way through and to me this is like one of the most magical parts of the transit right about here. So you guys can see that here's Jupiter conjoining Neptune while Venus is also in Pisces, that's about April of like mid-April of 2022. And then we can see what happens. You get a Venus Mars copresent in the same sign in Pisces. And they're all moving together as Venus then comes through the conjunction with Neptune. So you got kind of a triple alignment of Jupiter, Venus, and Neptune all together in late April. That's fantastic. What I like about that one I think is really interesting about it, is that if you go forward just a few days on April 30. We've got a pretty exalted Jupiter-Venus conjunction because you got an exalted Venus and Jupiter in its own domicile. So it's like super benefic looking conjunction between Venus and Jupiter. What's happening at the same time, a solar eclipse with the Moon exalted in Taurus, and loosely conjoined with with Uranus. So there's just this huge Pisces Taurus stellium. That's happening right around the time of the eclipse on April 30. So in particular, as Jupiter's moving through Pisces through the winter and spring of 2022. If you're in the northern hemisphere. I just love the way that it's looking because you've got this huge genetic congregation of planets in Pisces. While there's also an exalted moon, solar eclipse and Taurus. With Uranus I just to me, that's like one of the most hopeful looking transits that I feel like I've seen in a long time. So maybe I'm being optimistic, maybe I feel, maybe I'm feeling cooped up. And so I'm projecting something of that into the transits. I don't know we'll find out. But I suspect that this is going to be a pretty darn uplifting moment of the year and probably a brighter moment than like I said we've had in the past few years.
So Jupiter, then enters Aries, we're going to see Jupiter entering Aries, essentially, about the middle of May but let's just say it's about May 10 into the 11th May 10 into the 11th Jupiter changes into Aries. Okay, so you've got about December 28 to about May 10 11th as a chunk of time where Jupiter moves all the way through Pisces, then what's going to happen is Jupiter's going to take a retrograde eventually it's going to dive into Aries for a while and then in this in it starts retrograding over the summer and then it comes back into Pisces, right about the beginning of late October beginning of November, comes back into Pisces, and then it stations at late Pisces, like end of November and then pops back out pretty quickly by December. So just have a little bit of time where Jupiter has a reoccurrence in Pisces, late in the year of 2022. The main chunk of time is between December 28 and about May 10. So, and then, you know, by then we'll be previewing Jupiter into Aries, which I also think is going to be a really good transit again, just getting Jupiter out of Saturn sign while Saturn is so empowered, I think overall is a good thing. It just changes the mood, you know what I mean?
So now let's go back in time, you can trace this transit backward every 12 years Jupiter completes a cycle through the Zodiac, which means that you can also go backward in time to find the last Jupiter return in any sign. It's right about you know, beginning of January 2010, late January 2010, very beginning of 2010, the Jupiter last entered Pisces. And then what we see there it is, this is about 2018 beginning of June or beginning of the year 2010 And then it goes forward, and you're gonna see Jupiter go all the way through Pisces, hits Uranus at the end of Pisces, I actually remember that very well based on what was happening in my life, but anyways hits Uranus in at the early degree of Aries in June of 2010. But at any rate, you have January to about June of 2010 as a comparable period, I would say that's the most important one to look at, though, we did see Jupiter return into Pisces from Septembe 2010 hits Uranus again by January 2011. till about January 2011. So it gets recalled into Pisces beginning of September, and it stays in Pisces in 2010 From September, all the way till about January of 2011. Okay, so those are two comparable windows, that should probably bring up similar themes within your birth chart between back then and now. So it's really important to do those comparisons because that's how you get the most you know, that's really how you get the most information about a transit is by comparing it to previous periods and getting a sense of what kinds of topics it activates in your chart by whole sign house. And by aspect, like what's getting aspected in your birth chart. So bookmark those periods, because what I want to do in a little while once I'm done saying a few more things about Jupiter in Pisces is I'd like to do a few sample readings. But in order to do a few sample readings, I ideally would like to call on people's charts who have some memory of what was happening in that 2010 into early 2011 period. Because if you can remember that would add to the demos today. So I prefer people volunteering who could also maybe share something in the chat box along the lines of that that 2010 Jupiter and Pisces era.
So anyway, we'll get back to that in a minute. So this is one of my favourite texts. This is called the classical seven planets source texts and meaning it's by Charles Obert and he's here in Minneapolis not far from me. And I had the nice occasion to go walking around the lake with him last year and talking astrology for a couple hours. It's really nice and he wrote this book, which is kind of like an anthology of all of the classical authors and what they said about the planets. So I want to share this with you in terms of the Jupiter entrance of the Jupiter entry and what he wrote. So he says this is fromVettius Valens: "Jupiter indicates childbearing, engendering desire, love, political ties, acquaintances friendships with great people, prosperity, salaries, great gifts and abundance of crops, Justice offices office holding ranking authority, authority over temples, arbitrations, trusts, inheritance brotherhood fellowship, beneficence secure possession of goods relief from troubles release from bondage, Freedom deposits and trust money and steward ships, etc. And he just kind of summarises he said there are a couple of main themes here Jupiter is giving life Jupiter is abundance of all good things growth expansion, good times, we also see elevation, high rank, honour and the power that goes with high office along with good fortune. Jupiter relates to money and control over money, money plus good fortune gives gifts reliefs from relieves from trouble."
And he goes on to talk about Jupiter's association with religion. One of the ways you can understand Jupiter broadly is that Jupiter is interested in bringing that sense of coherent order to the cosmos, Zeus as the great cosmocrat, the orchestrator of the cosmic symphony. There's problems with Zeus obviously, we I just talked a little bit about that in my lecture yesterday that I gave on Sagittarius, if you want to go back and listen to that, but Jupiter is related to the idea that there are shapes and orders in society that lend themselves to creating virtue, harmony, goodness, justice, and cohesion. So, ideally, a government ideally, adjust the system, ideally, a religion or ideally a Institute of learning, whatever it may be. Ideally, people who have authority are good and virtuous, you know, so, in an ideal world, Jupiter represents those offices that are supposed to grant cohesion, virtue, goodness, wholeness, to our social experience, and to the cosmos itself. So that's just a simple way of thinking about what Jupiter brings. Also, Jupiter, especially in Pisces, because it is a water sign, Jupiter tends to bring fertility. Fertility can be a very broad, it's a broad concept in ancient astrology, fertility of water sign, all the water signs were considered fertile. The water signs can mean that money grows, friendships grow, babies grow, it can mean that sex desire grows, it can mean that promotions occur. But it tends to mean that things grow and develop. In fact, when I did an eaching reading for Jupiter into Pisces this morning, and I said, Well, what should we expect from Jupiter into Pisces? The hexagram that I received was a great I'm going to forget now 46 upward mobility, I think it's the right one. But it's a picture of something growing slowly and gradually upward with progress. And so the idea of growth, it was depicted in the hexagram that I grew, things will grow, things will flourish. Which is nice because when Jupiter a planet naturally associated, for example, with sperm, in ancient astrology, is in Saturn signs. Saturn being a planet that's often associated with infertility, or with things that don't grow like as in winter and death and decay, and limitation or restriction of life or the conditions that make plants die, then things don't grow as well because Jupiter is limited by its host Saturn, where it's been for the past two years. So the opportunity for things to grow again for things to become very fertile and lush.
Remember that Pisces is the double bodied sign of the fish and the sign that creates the transition of the takeover of light. So Jupiter has also been on the Dark Half of the Zodiac for about six years. And when it's in Pisces in hitting into Aries in 2022, it's making the transition into light. So not only is it fertile, but it's moving into a phase where Jupiter is going to become a lot lighter, which is nice overall because it suggests that we may see rather than the harder, restrictive and life killing conditions of Saturn, we may gradually start to see the other qualities coming through the life giving qualities of Jupiter. Remember that last December we had a Jupiter Saturn conjunction in Aquarius, which means we're in a new era. Well, the new era toned by Saturn is going to start to change and morph and you're going to see a lot lighter qualities starting to come in overall compared to the darker, heavier qualities that we've been dealing With really since Jupiter and Saturn, and Pluto all got together in Capricorn in 2020. So we've just gradually been working toward this new era, in the collective but also personally, and then we can see that when the when Jupiter hits that double bodied sign of the fish, it's about to head into the light half of the zodiac, Saturn's not far behind, in 2023, Saturn will move into the sign of the fish, we'll see change for Saturn as well. Saturn will now be beholden to Jupiter, rather than Saturn being in its own power. So these transitions are very slow coming Saturn's long, slow transit of five to six years worth of, of going through these two signs, Capricorn and aquarius. So kind of keeping all of that in perspective and just thinking about things that are preparing to grow, especially in April when Jupiter hits Neptune along with the exalted Venus and then Venus and Jupiter conjoined, right as there's a solar eclipse with an exalted Moon in Taurus. very fertile, a lot more feminine energy coming in very fertile growth oriented energy that comes through in the spring. I mean, it's kind of an explosion of much more fertile optimistic energy.
It does feel like there's more optimism in the air a little bit at least for me, as I'm looking forward at the astrology of 2022 preparing my 2022 talk, I'm like, Man, the astrology just looks a little bit better next year. Not that we're completely out of the woods with Saturn and Uranus. For example, that'll come back in the fall of 2022. But we're turning a corner with Jupiter picking up dignity, that's for sure. So here's a few other things. This is from Abu Mashar a mediaeval astrologer, he indicates the soul Jupiter does which nourishes life animal bodies, children, the children of children, embryos, scholars, legal experts making judgments between people acting justly understanding sages the interpretation of dreams sincerity, truth, piety, modesty, reverence, unification, insight into religion, uprightness virtue, someone who will be praised or have a good reputation. See, these are all Jupiter's qualities. And again, think of how big of a difference it makes if Jupiter is having Thanksgiving at Saturn's house for two years versus Jupiter moving into its own sign where what's going on in Pisces? Well, this is the the feminine temple of Jupiter. And it's the exultation of the goddess Venus. So this is not only a fertile sign, but it's a feminine sign. It's a sensitive sign. It's a dreamy romantic science, a very sensual place. And so there' a sign that the springtime energy that's going to come through especially later on, is probably going to be really lush in terms of the imaginal world and the imaginal life of the soul. What are we dreaming of? What have we felt cut off from? Where have we felt dry? Where has there been a sense of despair or drudgery? Where has the mundane captured us and imprisoned our imaginations? Where have we been cut off from nourishment spiritually or emotionally? And it's sort of like taking us all in setting us down in Bali for a little while or something that's kind of the vision that comes to my mind.
So I love this one. And I love the idea that also goodness can come back in some way. I feel like one of the ways of understanding Jupiter going back to back Saturn ruled signs is that there's a testing of our faith. There's potential erosion of our faith or testing or erosion of different kinds of social or civic structures, testing of social structures, questions about justice, questions about legality and morality and religion and you know, it has those gravitas to it's heavy. I like to think of the idea of something more redeeming, uplifting, inspiring, emotionally stirring us back to life after a long winter karmically. So, I'm a big fan of this of this shift for Jupiter. And I'm not I'm not worried about Jupiter going into Aries either. I like that spring sign of the ram for Jupiter as well. I think that's going to be awesome. I think you're gonna see people liking the Jupiter energies for the next couple of years a lot more than probably the Saturn ruled signs anyway, so not to not to completely dump on Saturn ruled signs. I think it's not about the Saturn ruled sign it's about the length of time we've been dealing with it. You know, we've been we've been working through the heavy Saturn stuff. I wanted to read you guys a few passages. William Lilly has one that's nice. "When ill-placed, wasteful, hypocritically, religious, stiff and maintaining false tenants in religion ignorant and careless, arrogant, schismatic" etc. So, basically, you know, you get, like Zeus on a bad day, you know, like, arrogant, proud, boastful things that are too big, you know, expansion isn't always a good thing, right? So, and also kind of the dogma potentially of Jupiter or the like, I'm so proud I'm so noble. I'm so puffed up that these kinds of qualities and of course, the potential for authority to be used corruptly though projecting an image of virtue. I think that that hypocrisy is pretty common with ill-placed Jupiter's but this is not, this is a well placed Jupiter, I think we're gonna see mostly more of the positive significations of that are kind of expressing themselves. Okay, so what I want to do next is I want to take Jupiter through the houses and just give you guys a sense of what to expect based on Jupiter through all 12 whole sign houses. And then we're going to do some sample readings today, which should be I think that'll be fun. Okay, so I'm going to put Aries on the ascendant.
Alright, so we're going to take it through, I'm going to take you through the 12 signs now. And we're going to start with Aries on the ascendant, which means Jupiter is going into your 12th house. Now, normally 12th House transits for me, I'm always like, ooh, those are they can be really hard. The 12th House transits can be challenging, but Jupiter in its own sign in the 12th house. I like to think of more as a period of psychological spiritual or intellectual self reflection that can lead to growth, renewed faith inspiration, I see Jupiter in the 12th. And I think about charity work and helping people think about benevolent healing activities. I think about people taking time to go on a retreat, or to spend more time in spiritual contemplative states. So for Aries risings, I like where you're heading this year, in terms of a charitable healing, spiritual energy, there's a little bit of a of a heaviness in the 12th house. So maybe some of the growth comes through the challenges of having to look at your blind spot. But overall, I really like this one for you guys. Let's go forward to Taurus.
So if you've got Taurus in the first house, if you're a Taurus rising, then Jupiter's coming into your 11th house. So what I like about Jupiter in the 11th house, is that you're moving into a space where allies and groups of people are probably going to be a really strong and positive influence. This is a time for example, when I'm a Taurus rising, right. So if I go back to 2009, or 2010, that period in 2010, that I described, what was happening at that time for me was I was starting, I was starting to get my foot into the yoga world through managing a yoga studio, meeting my first astrology teacher and taking my first formal classes I've been studying on my own, but I was taking my first formal astrology classes and just meeting a tonne of people in New York City that would end up becoming vital allies as I develop my astrology career later in 2010. So all of the allies in the astrology and yoga world came started coming flooding into my life, then as Jupiter in moved into this fertile sign in my 11th house of friends. So you can usually see allies, benefactors important groups of people or social connections, maybe they're religious or somehow share some kind of values or common goals or missions in common with you but I like the idea of benefiting from powerful, positive, hopeful, exciting connection socially with Jupiter in that house.
Alright, let's go forward to Gemini rising. So if you're a Gemini rising, we're putting this Jupiter into your 10th house. Now I have a friend who is a Gemini rising and we were just recently talking about this. He got a new job that paid a lot more the last time Jupiter entered his 10th house. So sometimes because the 10th house is related to career and your Professional calling, let's say overall, you might see that there's a lot of growth in the next year even this just between late December and like May 10, you might see just a rapid flourishing of your career. Things like growth or promotion, Grant being granted higher authority are getting in touch with or being seen or recognised by people who have more power or authority within your industry or workplace. You know, certainly this transit can be a little opportunistic, but I otherwise I think mostly it's positive stuff rolling into the career house for you, if you're a Gemini rising, such a positive transit, it's so nice. So nice to not be talking about, you know, these crazy I tried to go over Venus, you know, Venus is retrograde with, with Pluto early in the week. So we get like end on a high note. But this is like legitimately, to me very exciting transit, Jupiter in Pisces going into the ninth house of your cancer rising.
So my wife's a cancer rising. And this is really interesting, because it was right around this time in my wife's life, that she was meeting some really important people in her spiritual growth and development. And that's the nature of the ninth house. It could be spiritual growth, development, mentors, teachers, programmes, learning, maybe some important travel that you're going to do. It was around this time actually, it was this time that I met my wife when Jupiter was in Pisces was actually when I met my wife for the first time. And I ended up teaching with her at a yoga retreat, she was leading, I ended up teaching astrology for the weekend at the yoga retreat. And it was like a whole new community of spiritual people that ended up playing a huge role in my life. But for her at the same time, there was a lot of new spiritual insights and practices that were coming into her life. I always just think that's, that's interesting to compare to, one thing that you can do is sit down if you're married, or if you're dating someone or, you know, with your kids or whatever, if they're a little bit older, if they've had at least one before you can look back and be like what was going on in your life, what was going on in mine, and sometimes it's fun to compare notes to see how Jupiter works in different ways at the same time in your life and other people's life that you're close with. So Jupiter in the ninth overall, I think brings a lot of positivity around faith, religion, spirituality, higher learning, teachers, mentor sages, and so forth. My wife is about to start doing a series on the goddess in bhakti yoga with a revered luminary in the bhakti yoga tradition named Rukmini Devi dasi. And I'm going to be airing those interviews, copies of those interviews on my bhakti Wednesday podcast here on my channel. And, that's happening, those interviews with that teacher are happening right as Jupiter enters her ninth house in this this feminine water sign. I just think that kind of stuff is so interesting. So watch for ninth house, stuff of your cancer rising.
Alright, anyway, let's go forward to Leo rising. So if you're a Leo rising, we're taking this and we are putting Jupiter into the eighth house. Okay, hands down best potential signification for Jupiter in the eighth house is being blessed by other people's resources. That's such a broad thing to say. But, for example, it is the house of death and inheritance. For example, when Jupiter was in my eighth house last. One of my astrology teachers at the time who said he was we didn't know him very well personally. But he had a huge impact on me. And he lived not far from me. So I visited with him a few times, and so forth. His name was Robert Schmidt. And he died and I happened to be there. And then while he died, and then helped raise money for him, did a fundraiser helped with a fundraiser to get it started in to help with funeral expenses for his wife, and then was gifted all of his archives, like hundreds of hours worth is worth of his lectures that I didn't yet have. And that all happened while Jupiter was in my eighth Senate speed being about raising money from other people for to help someone in their death. There was a huge inheritance of archived wisdom, like Jupiter in the eighth gave me this like archive of wisdom, and there was a death. But it was a death that came with this deep teaching about life. And for me, it was one of the most profound events in my life. That was Jupiter in the eighth last time. Jupiter in the eighth can bring mundane things though, like marrying somebody with wealth or getting together with a partner who has really incredible assets and resources that they've built in their life and that can join with yours and you know, create a better situation and that's not you know, I'm not talking about gold digging or anything like that, like Oh, go find someone who's got a bunch of money but no, it's someone who has genuinely impressive accomplishments or assets or resources spiritually, mentally, emotionally, financially. Sometimes those people enter your life when Jupiter's in the eighth house and it benefits you so I like the idea of beneficial people with beneficial resources coming into your life. Also, I have to say that benefits are blessings or silver linings that come through death or loss is a part of Jupiter significations in the eighth, as well. Okay, so that's if you're a Leo rising.
Now, if you are a Virgo rising, you're going to have this transit in your seventh house. So seventh house, obviously a place of love and relationships, but it was also the place of sexuality. Most people think about sexuality in modern astrology in the eighth house, which is unfortunately, just not true in ancient astrology that the houses that spoke to sexuality were seven and five. But at any rate, most specifically, those two houses, why the seventh house, because when a planet sets in the seventh house, it dives under or into the horizon. So when you see the sunset, and go down into the earth, that was depict that image was thought of as the image of sexual penetration of the man entering the woman. And so that image of a planet going into the West had a sexual connotation. And so the seventh house is a place of the consummation of marriage as insects. But now broadly speaking, over time, it gets associated with marriage, the institution of marriage, intimate relationships, and in ancient astrology, sexuality, broadly speaking. So you can basically look at Jupiter in the seventh house and say that there are potentially beneficial people coming into your life again, like relationships or partners or whatever. There also may be heightened or increased sexual desires, an exploration of sexuality, more busier active time sexually, it can be a fertile period. That can be it can also lead to pregnancy that because Jupiter is a planet that tends to be a procreative is one of the procreative planets. The moon can be that way too. But Jupiter in the seventh and a water sign if you're Virgo rising. Yeah, I mean, you could get pregnant with that transit. Marriage, that also you know, you have to watch for all the shadows of Jupiter. In the seventh house, sometimes things that are too big blown out, you know, so you want to be careful of like, especially with Neptune there as well. You know, the imaginative and romantic impulses may be a lot stronger for you in the year ahead. Just be discerning that's that's the only advice I have for you there again, have fun, lose yourself in the romance but be discerning as well.
Okay, so let's go forward to Libra rising. So if you are a Libra rising, Jupiter falls in your six. Now a lot like the 12. Usually I might stress out a little bit for people if they have six or 12th House transits. But for me, when you have Jupiter in the sixth house, I think of the the noble mission, that sixth house was called The Joy of Mars, and the in the place of misfortune. But it's also associated with perseverance, hard work, determination, blood, sweat, and tears, selfless service and sacrifice, martyrs, warriors, etc. So when you think about Jupiter in a feminine double bodied sign like this, Venus is exultation and so forth, I think of fighting for something that you deeply believe in with compassion care, an emotional mission or crusade that might become really strong, the potential for healing things that have been broken or damaged or faith that's been challenged. And now the sense of faith being restored or returning can come about, I remember, you know, when Jupiter was in Libra some years back, you know, when that was, that's where it lands in my sixth house. So it was also a Jupiter return year. But that was a year for me where there was a feeling of hard work starting to pay off renewed inspiration and what I was doing and a sense that no matter what happened, everything was going to be okay, that there was a sense of good luck sort of there to help me deal with anything that came up. That was frustrating that year. I feel like that's Jupiter in the sixth place of misfortune with the great genetic there. It's like, okay, there might be hard work, but you're gonna be really motivated to do it. There might be hard work, but you don't mind the sacrifice filling your heart. You know what I mean? So, I think that that's a really it's a very supportive place, for it's a good place for Jupiter to be in considering the usual difficulties of the sixth house.
Alright, well, if we go to Scorpio rising, then we're taking Jupiter and we're putting Jupiter into the fifth house. And this is a place that was called The Joy of Venus in the house of good fortune. Jupiter in this house. Definitely likes to bring babies it's a place of pregnancy procreation, creativity, Joy. Good fortune. It's a place that sensual, romantic creative. This is a place that also is naturally trying to help us get a little bit more closely connected to what brings us happiness. Like every day, we do a lot of things. And a lot of the things that we do, we think we ought to do, or we, we don't really have to do them. And we think that they're giving us joy, they don't really give us joy. So Jupiter in the fifth, one of the great things that Jupiter in the fifth can do is just get you back to the feeling of it's okay to be happy, I need a little bit more time for the things that make me really happy. Am I creatively fulfilled, if not, I need a little bit more time for the things that creatively fulfil me. And the things that you're birthing creatively or literally and physically, are going to be a source of joy and inspiration and hope and so forth. You can go a little bit overboard with Jupiter in the fifth. Spending too much gambling, drinking, you know, sort of the Jupiter can be a little like, what I want to say, can get a little zealous with like, you know, like drinking too much or eating too much or spending too much or anything that's like a little too indulgent Jupiter could expand upon and make up like too, too big too much. But otherwise, I like this as a year that's generally about the need for joy. So really, I think that's a really great one.
Alright, let's go forward. If you're a Scorpio rising, that was you, this is now for Sagittarius Sagittarians. Got the big Eclipse coming up in your first house. But this Jupiter enters into your fourth house. So the fourth house is the place of home family property, land parents, ancestral karma. It's your roots. It's the foundation of your Nativity and your chart. I am I'm always shocked by this. But sometimes when Jupiter enters the fourth house, you see the death of an older generation and the birth or rapid development, success and growth of younger generations within large families. It's a weird thing. But Jupiter brings like this weird generational turnover when it enters the fourth house, which doesn't it seems like oh, you know Jupiter in the fourth house, you buy a big house, you buy a big home or you know you renovate you build the garage or add an addition or you do something big and spectacular. You host a lot of people in your home throughout the year or, you know, like just kind of simple stuff. But actually, there's this there's often this whole theme when Jupiter enters the fourth of the turnover of because look in Greek mythology, remember the role that Jupiter plays Jupiter usurps Saturn, the old order, and Jupiter becomes the, the new cosmic rat whereas Saturn was the ruler of the Golden Age and then along comes Zeus and overtakes Kronos. So when Jupiter hits the fourth house, a place that the Roman poet Manilius associated with Saturn. When Jupiter enters the fourth house, a new order is established a sense of the new dynasty that's coming in. That can mean new families, new marriages in the family doesn't have to be your own marriage, it can be around you new births in the family, and then sometimes deaths as well. It's an interesting thing that that Jupiter seems to bring in the fourth house, but also just an emphasis on redeeming things and positive things happening around home and family in general.
So let's move along to Capricorn rising if you're a Capricorn rising, this is in your third house. Just Okay, there we go. So the third house was called The Joy of the moon and the house is also called goddess. And, broadly speaking, it refers to all of the daily habits and routines, customs and patterns that somehow prop up and support the home or the neighbourhood or the local village. So if you think about, for example, in our in my home, attached to our kitchen, dining room, living room, open space, we have an altar room. And every day, every morning, we offer our food to the deities on the altar from the Krishna bhakti tradition. And we offer incense and candles. And that's very much like the goddess wing of the house, where the health of the home is dependent upon, and the health of the home and your sort of home base, wherever that might be, is dependent upon the little rituals and activities that you do around the home that keep that kind of like keep the hearth fire going. And this is why it's the house of the Goddess. But it's it's more complex than that. It doesn't just have to be your literal home. It doesn't just mean your literal home The third house can also pertain to all the things that you do to keep yourself in right mind and right body, all of the things that you do that colour or shift the atmosphere or environment mentally emotionally, in the daily world around you. And so I colleague of mine, Cassandra Tyndall, was saying that she calls it a house of meaningful rituals. And I just thought that is perfect for the third house. So if you have Jupiter in this house, to me, it's a year where you can if you're a Capricorn rising, this is a year to kind of water the environment and see new things grow in it changes of mind changes of perception, changing the way you communicate change of the internal dialogue that you have, maybe some change in the environment around which you live that can make it more conducive to joy and happiness and cohesion. It can also be a sign of good things to come around siblings around friends that have something in common with your roots or childhood, stuff like that. So those are just a few I also like Jupiter in the third house for any kind of media or writing project anything involving tech media writing, you know teaching things teaching skills, development or skill acquisition in general.
Now, if you are a an Aquarius rising, then we're putting this Jupiter into your second house. Now, again, one of the more subjectively positive meanings of this house placement for Jupiter is gains financially. This is the financial house. So you see acquisitions for big purchases, important investments, promotions, windfalls, starting a new business, the very fertile place for Jupiter and Pisces, remember, so growth economically sort of looks like it's in the air for those who are Aquarians rising. On the other hand, this was a place that was about income and expenditures, the things that we put out and the things that come back to us you put out work, you get a result like a paycheck, you put out money, and you get a result like a credit card bill, two, you know, so the the idea that we could be there could be big purchases, or big expenses can come along with this. So usually, with Jupiter, you're going to see that the big expense is something that you desired, you know, okay, we're taking a vacation that's a little bit expensive, or we're, you know, we're, we have to buy a new car, really excited to buy a new car, if it's a big expense, or whatever, maybe you're buying a new home, something like that. Okay.
I would also say that Jupiter with Neptune in this house can suggest some kind of entrepreneurial endeavour. But I would be careful about expectations, just because Jupiter and Neptune can inflate and romanticise things a little bit. And, well, that's good. There's nothing absolutely nothing wrong with that and not does not mean that anything bad is going to happen. It's possible that someone could, for example, spend more than they have on a promising investment and end up in debt and it's not exactly what you hoped it would be. It's not nothing but it's not all you hoped it would be. Those are the kinds of things I'd be a little bit careful of if I was an Aquarius rising and in this upcoming period.
Alright, finally, let's put Pisces on to the ascendant. And let's talk about the last sign here. So Jupiter's in your first house this is like one of my favourite transits because when it comes into your first house, you're talking about that the only house that is fundamentally connected to your spirit, soul psychology, body appearance, this is your house, every other house has something to do with you or the world or environment around you that this is your house. Jupiter coming into that house boosts your confidence, it can boost your self esteem, it can give you accomplishments it can give you promotion, it can help you start new things, it can make you feel like you've levelled up in some way or area of life. So it's really wind beneath your wings territory with with Jupiter and Pisces in your first house. Also the confidence needed to start a new chapter in life that's the thing I see the most over and over Jupiter enters the first house a person's like I'm going to do it this whatever this new endeavour may be I'm now I'm going to do it. Jupiter in the first house is exceptional. In other words, it's it's a starter Jupiter in the first house by the way for women because it is configured by a trine to the fifth by whole sign and Jupiter is also the exultation ruler of the fifth often results in pregnancy. It's another one that can mean my there's a baby literally growing in my belly, you know, so the the gestation of life. On the other hand, if you eat too much your belly will grow with Jupiter in the first house. So it's like also careful of overdoing things with worrying, especially in regard to self indulgence can also puff people up a little bit in the first house. Okay, so that sort of completes the journey through the 12 whole sign houses. I hope that that was helpful for you guys.
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