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August 27, 2003 until September 24, 2004


Jupiter is the largest of all the true planets. Its mass is greater than all the rest of the planets combined. If it was only 20% larger it would develop enough heat at its core to be a star. Astrologically, Jupiter is the planet of expansion, growth and optimism. Known as "The Greater Benefic," it symbolizes good luck and fortune. In the ancient Indian language Sanskrit Jupiter is called "guru" or teacher. This fits its association with the higher mind, philosophy, truth and religion. Perhaps Jupiter's good fortune derives from the capacity to give us a larger view in which to see the world.

Expansive Jupiter in the technically-oriented sign of Virgo is a wonderful time to develop new systems and skills. A broader understanding of how things function is possible now. This includes a greater awareness of psychological patterns so that emotions are used more intelligently.

Traditional astrology considered Virgo to be a difficult place for Jupiter. The planet of expansion can feel constrained in the sign of details. Putting too much importance on minor matters and turning molehills into mountains are possible. A little flaw can be blown up out of proportion, distracting attention from the big picture.

The key, as is often the case with Jupiter, is judgment. If we are overly concerned with trying to make ourselves right or wrong, we can miss out on the information that's available to us. Instead of trying so hard to measure the results, the gift comes from watching the process. There's an enormous amount to be learned when Jupiter's overview and Virgo's precision operate well together.

Jupiter in Virgo is common among female tennis stars. Steffi Graf, Venus Williams and Martina Navratilova are among the sport's all-time greats who each have this planetary placement. A taste for the unusual is shown by Jupiter in Virgo individuals Art Bell and Whitley Streiber.

Actresses Cate Blanchett and Anne Heche belong to this club, as do Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton, Philip Roth, Steve Martin and Michael Douglas. Other members include Michele Kwan, Chelsea Clinton, Lisa Marie Presley and Larry Bird.

 

 


The positions of the planets describe the general astrological conditions for today. Sign up for StarIQ's free PlanetForecast for  email updates of your unique personal cycles. 

Moon in Scorpio

Sun
in Virgo

Aug 22, 2009
to
Sep 22, 2009

Mercury
in Libra

Aug 25, 2009
to
Sep 17, 2009

Mercury
in Virgo

Aug 2, 2009
to
Sep 7, 2009

Venus
in Cancer

Jul 31, 2009
to
Aug 26, 2009

Mars
in Cancer

Aug 25, 2009
to
Oct 16, 2009

Jupiter
in Aquarius

Jan 5, 2009
to
Jan 17, 2010

Saturn
in Virgo

Sep 2, 2007
to
Oct 29, 2009

Uranus
in Pisces

Dec 30, 2003
to
May 27, 2010

Neptune
in Aquarius

Nov 27, 1998
to
Apr 4, 2011

Pluto
in Capricorn

Nov 26, 2008
to
Mar 23, 2023

Chiron in Aquarius
Feb 21, 2005
to
Apr 19, 2010


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