Jupiter in Astrology

jupiter in astrology

What is Jupiter in Astrology?

The planet Jupiter in Astrology symbolizes knowledge, abundance, wisdom, wealth, happiness, and education in Vedic Astrology. Since it is a highly beneficial planet, people have considered expanding it. Jupiter bestows with everything best if it is favorably placed in the horoscope of a person.

His inherent nature signifies growth and development that a person will be fortunate, successful, luck-laden, and generous if they associate with someone who has an inspiring effect on them. Jupiter is considered as Guru in Indian Astrology as Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system.

One who possesses vast and great knowledge is called a guru. Pisces sign is the ruler of the two of Sagittarius and Jupiter. He’s exalted in the sign of Cancer but damaged in the zodiac sign of Capricorn.

Occupation-wise, Jupiter signifies a considerable amount of priesthood and teaching work for clergy and religious teachers. Undoing or disabling Jupiter in the horoscope indicates Pessimism, blackness, lassitude, and discouragement.

The color is yellow, and the gemstone is the precious Yellow Sapphire. One year is an unusually long time for him to travel around the Earth.

The expressiveness of this planet is evident in the fact that his malefic influence is greatly minimized by his aspect on any evil planet. He has the power to counteract the pernicious influences of the malefic planets.

In the horoscope, Jupiter represents the husband, married life, and in astrology, it is traditionally associated with women and joy.

Posited in a favorable location, it will keep you on being satisfied in married life. in a difficult or unenviable circumstance, he encourages an independent and disdainful woman to undermine her marital harmony.

Meaning of Jupiter in Astrology

Since Jupiter is not placed on a pedestal, this leader causes problems as well as creating delays in childbirth. One of the many symptoms of him having the guru disease is food poisoning. Instead of quick explanations, he bestows a depth of the use of which is important to know any subject thoroughly.

It is thought of as the godfather of all the gods. He has the right to decide whether something is unjust or not. It is likely that no other planet dislikes Jupiter as much as he does. These are commendable character traits for a person to have.

In a chart where Jupiter is well-configured, a lot of the problems can be successfully dealt with. Guru’s remedial measures are simple to understand and carry out. The one thing that means the most to him is never losing hope and doing what is kind in the circumstances.

Remembering the Guru is very frequent and consistently will help to build a strong foundation and address the problems in life. There are no remedy measures for either expanding one’s knowledge or acquiring it for the sake of children; it is absolutely critical for increasing the birthrate.

Significations of Jupiter

Names: Vachaspati, Arya, Brihaspati, Vageesa, Suri, Mantri, Guru, Suracharya, Devejya, Suraguru, Devaguru, Prashaanta, Jeeva, Vachaang Pati, Ijya, Diveshvandya, Angira, Prachakshas, Vaasavguru, Vachasampati, Vidubhapatiguru, Vidubhapatiguru, Vidu.

Letters: ta tha da dha na.

Nature and Form: Big-bodied, golden blonde hair, yellow eyes, intelligent, brown eyes and hair, yellowish hued body, fat and elevated chest, lion or conch-like voice, ether, sweet, governs sound, full generous curves.

Jupiter’s enemies are Mercury and Venus; his neutral is Saturn; and his friends are the Sun, Moon, and Mars. Jupiter is exalted up to 5 degrees of Cancer, the first 10 degrees of Sagittarius are Mooltrikona, and the rest of the 20 degrees and Pisces are individual signs.

The Dwarf, God’s incarnation, was a Jupiter. He was the combined incarnation of Jeevamsa and Parmatmansa (the Absolute Spirit).

Deity: Indra.

Relatives: The happiness of the husband and children.

Human Body: Phlegm, hams, feet, right ear, liver, absorptive system, suprarenal, gallbladder, pancreas, blood circulation, spleen.

Diseases: Swoon, giddiness, fainting, entrail disorder, ear trouble, appendicitis, phlegmatic disorder, intestinal disorder, splenic disorder, anemia, chronic diseases, laziness, abscess, hernia, catarrh, obesity, carbuncle, cerebral congestion, dyspepsia, jaundice, skin troubles, liver complaint, flatulence.

Dangers: Temple problems, harm from Brahmin curses, Gods’ curses, and problems caused by offenses against wise men, elders, and snakes.

Persons and Professions: Priests, ministers, sages, kings, persons performing auspicious functions, honest, generous, charitable, humane, learned, righteous persons, learned in Vedas, grammarians, practitioners of black magic, villagers, experts in ethics, political science, friends, teachers, godfathers, guardians, Brahmin judges, Hindus, bankers, preachers, counselors, lecturers, publishers, travel-agents, temple trustees.

Actions: Extraction of ransom money, torture for knocking off hoarded wealth, impregnation, legal affairs, long journeys, auspicious functions, conquering of senses, sacrifice, horse riding, entertaining the king, administration, work done with full sincerity, extraction of ransom money, torture for knocking off hoarded wealth, impregnation, legal affairs, long journeys.

Abstracts: Honour, magnanimity, overall/all-around prosperity, virtues, behavior, teaching, penance, senses conquering, sacrifice, kingship, throne, intelligence, health, Gods, sacrifices, interest, soul, fame, devotion to Lord Vishnu, education, charity, and success.

Qualities: Strength, lustiness, importance, reverence for wise, sharp intelligence capable of going deep, sweetness in speech, reverence for gods, religious faith, compassion, beatitude, being generous, jovial, courtly, ambitious, sympathetic, humane; confers abundance; productivity, protection, fortune.

Animals: Horses and elephants.

Edibles: Salt, sweet drink.

Plant Life: Fruit tree, corns, lotus, Bengal gram, black gram.

Objects: Vehicles, houses, property, wax, kingly paraphernalia, perfumes, umbrellas, flags, Chamar, silver, gold (in own signs), new clothing, dress, and household items.

Places: Bed, seat, town, nation, treasure house, the treasury.

Skills: Wisdom, knowledge, Vedic knowledge, Sastras, Smritis, oratorical skills, mystical formulas, Vedic knowledge, philosophy, planning skill, Karmyog.

Jupiter Traits in Astrology

It has a big, chubby body with a wide chest and long limbs.

It is a wise creature who is well-versed in religious texts. It has golden skin and yellow hair. It’s a satwik creature.

It is humble, forgiving, and tranquil. It prefers the righteous.

It is the gods’ instructor. Its mode of transportation is an elephant. It’s flexible.

Its RELATIONSHIP with other planets is as follows:

Friendly withSun, Moon, Mars
Neutral toSaturn
Inimical toMercury, Venus
Jupiter Planet Relations

Jupiter is the KARAKA for the following:

Wealth, thighs, knowledge, children, minister, guru, dharma (duty or good conduct enjoined upon the native by religious tradition), happiness, and husband (in a traditional society).

In a permissive society where a male partner is taken up on the spur of passion and discarded when emotions subside, it is Mars that more appropriately represents a partner), and elder brother/sister.

Jupiter Represents the following:

   (i) Good qualities, good behavior, devotion to God, high moral standard, greatness; respect for and faith in elders, gum, and God; dispassion, justice, Lord Indra, the grace of God, expansion, principles, optimism, compassion, mild­ness, Sama (appeal to reason), fortune, worldly wisdom, adaptability, sincerity, common sense, broad-mindedness, law-abiding nature, honesty, steady progress in life and respect for elders, gum, and God; dispassion, justice.

   (ii) Vedas, ancient religious texts, exalted after-death state, religious practices, ether, law, philosophy, religion, treasure, health, wealth, minister, Devas’ religious preceptor, winter, gold, banks, safe vaults, yellow, topaz, bipeds, Vindhya region and Sindh, education, brahmin, temples, courts, large and pompous buildings, charity, orthodoxy, learned gatherings, extravagance, finance, whaling.

   (iii) Jeeva (animate creatures), protruding belly, liver, feet, overeating, hips, dark hair, the propensity to look straight ahead, preference for sweet dishes, age 30 years, and also between 57 and 68 years.

   (iv) Priests, professors, judges, academics, lawyers, and intellectuals are also members of the clergy..

   (v) Tumors in the abdomen, typhoid, ear diseases, and disagreements about religious property or trust, bank, or treasury property.

Jupiter is a benefic planet by birth. It has a lot of influence on the first building. It grows at the same time as the hindquarters and the head.

If Jupiter is high in a horoscope but Mercury is weak, the native will be wise but not articulate, so he will not appear wise.

If Mercury and Jupiter are strong and linked in a horoscope, the native will follow an academic career.

If Jupiter is strong and well-placed in a horoscope, it indicates that the native has done good Karmas (good deeds) in previous lives.

Such a Jupiter would bestow undeserved benefits on the native, such as success in gambling, lotteries, a big inheritance, or success without exertion. It will also instill confidence in religious and ritualistic rituals in the natives.

Jupiter is also a fun-loving planet, but unlike Venus, Jupiter prefers social gatherings over sex. As a result, the natives throw parties or share their possessions with others.

Jupiter’s factor enhances a house’s situation. Its profession may not prove to be as advantageous in terms of housing.

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