Jupiter Return

October 20, 2021 at 13:43 (UT/GMT)
(Taurus) Silvi
Jupiter Return
I´m not sure why is the association of Luck and gifts with Jupiter through history.

I´m thinking that if Jupiter is going to be so expansive in my 8th again can bring some good stuff through bad ones.
:94:( As always)

But in this case I´m not sure if more Neptunized can be so helpful.

Anyone in here with same or similar placement and transits ?

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October 24, 2021 at 11:19
(Capricorn) Deva Italia
Strange: My real name is Emanuele and surname is SIlvi
October 21, 2021 at 18:51
(Capricorn) Emanuel » Ava69
"Honestly, Jupiter placed in the VIII. House was not the main locomotive of her success, Grace was very graceful and sexy thanks to her Scorpi/Pisces composition, she was not happy in her marriage ( Venus in XII), but nevertheless she became a princess as she´s got a Royal Leo MC in her natal chart. It´s more important for such a transformation from a common Yankee girl to a famous royal consort than simply be born with Jupiter in the VIII. House."

Actually I dont care about that example. Celebrities charts are often wrong. I m more interested in the part before that.
October 21, 2021 at 12:42
(Capricorn) Emanuel » Silvi
"So would be interesting to look it with Koch too cause is more close to that 8th."

Switching to another house system just because it doesnt change a particular house placement you like(the classical issue of "confirmation bias"in astrological community) ... Yeah, what could I say.
October 21, 2021 at 12:35
(Capricorn) Emanuel » Ava69
Boring my ass. :))

Thank you though you for your "appreciation" for my Jupiter Return, "master".
October 21, 2021 at 12:04
(Taurus) Silvi » Ava69
It seems strange the reactions of this question. A simple one , as many others transits. But who knows for some unknown reasons is hard to get a personal review after all.

No , I don´t think that someone is going to die for sure. :4:
But it really helps to look at the time that you mentioned! :80: And the personal experiences helps to understand more than a copy paste.

I´ve been looking for something more hopeful than the crisis that Pluto brought to me through my moon and company. So I guess I´m being more Jupiterian focused today.. something about what I used believe is already done. But due to the rest of transits I could say too.
Also I was needing to find out what is going to be this time with Neptune there too. :63:

And about which system , I´m totally open to new perspectives for sure.
It seems some people have their unique preferences and it´s good if it´s works. I just manage placidus. So would be interesting to look it with Koch too cause is more close to that 8th.

thanks for your reply. I appreciate it! :1:
October 20, 2021 at 15:10
(Capricorn) Emanuel



To have Jupiter in the 8th means that your Jupiter is not going to manifest in an absolutely
benevolent way all the time. This is because the 8th House is the dark side of the birth chart. It’s where all of our personal demons and emotional issues reside, creating the psychological shadow material that can stay hidden until it rises to the surface destructively. So, it’s safe to say that there is a fair share of darkness that manifests when one has this placement.

But, of course, the house that you have Jupiter in is also the place where the most positive things happen for you and they can happen quite effortlessly. We can sometimes just fall right into the circumstances of our Jupiter’s house, in the way that resembles the luck that is so associated with
Jupiter. When Jupiter is in the 8th House, it goes to show that you gain the most positive energy out of life by exploring, confronting, and transforming these psychological problems of yours. Because of this, life opens up for you when you are not afraid to dwell in the darkness inside of your own soul. You must be eager to face your sadness, rage, grief, obsession, or paranoia. Ironically, these seemingly threatening and dangerous emotional states are often a very good thing for you.

When you believe that it’s good to face that darkness within, you will be able to heal long-held emotional wounds and conquer that internal instability. But, it may feel as if it takes a tremendous amount of courage to do so. True to Jupiter’s form of going over-the-top, it might seem as if once you unlock that emotional Pandora’s Box, it is very difficult for you to put a lid on it again. Jupiter in the 8th House can make you feel highly overwhelmed by all sorts of grievances, resentments, and compulsions. It’s enough to make you feel as if you have transformed into an outright monster. But, the sign that Jupiter is in shows how this monstrous inner self can emerge. Jupiter is in the 8th in Aquarius, you could become so utterly detached and indifferent that you wreak havoc all around
you. The 8th House Jupiter being in Cancer would turn you into a total emotional hurricane of ever-changing moods while Jupiter in the 8th in the sign of Leo would bring out an inner pride and willfulness that expresses itself in a downright dictatorial manner.

The funny thing is that Jupiter is what brings expansion into our lives. So, if you are not exploring this dark side within yourself, you cannot truly broaden your horizons. This is why this can be a
particularly difficult placement for Jupiter because it may seem as if that’s really not going to benefit you or your life. You might think, “What’s the good of being that hateful, depressed, enraged, or fearful?” But, it’s when you are capable of exploring these inner depths of yours, no matter how frightening they are, that you will awaken your ability to achieve and sustain magnificent emotional healing. You have to confront those demons of yours because it’s only through doing this that you will be able to confront the painful source of your demons; just where all of that hate, depression, rage or fear is coming from.

The 8th House of the birth chart is what I like to think of as the deeply wounded part of ourselves. No one escapes life without an emotional scar or two. We all have emotionally difficult and even traumatic things occur to us that forever change us and can instill an inner pain that has to be dealt with, sooner or later. If it’s not dealt with, this pain will keep repeating. The 8th House is also a symbol of how “the cycle repeats”; not just the cycle of disappointment, turmoil, dysfunction, or even abuse that we inherited from our family (depending on your family situation) but the situations that will keep repeating until we deal with this inner wound and find a way to heal it.

So, with Jupiter in the 8th, you may actually be enormously wounded. Not everyone with this placement will come from a very traumatic background. But, it’s quite a common pattern. However, the difference between this placement and other planets in the 8th is that the positive energy of Jupiter prevents the person from seeing their past as having been that traumatic. Jupiter in the 8th House people can often lose a parent during childhood or endure abuse at some point in their upbringing, either of the physical, mental/emotional, or sexual variety. Yet, these are people who are true survivors. The 8th House also tells us how we can survive on a psychological level and those with an 8th House Jupiter have some of the most amazing survival skills around.

Since the 8th House is about emotional resources, you have those in spades. No matter what happens, you are capable of drawing on an inner resilience, hope, and faith. This is because something happened to you, at some point in life, to really damage your faith. Often times, this is being affected by death or abuse as a child. Many Jupiter in the 8th House children grow up quickly by having their childish ideals shattered by the harsh inevitabilities of life, whether it’s the fact that we are all going to die one day or the realization that people can be horribly cruel and destructive to one another. Something happened to rob you of your innocence and it might even be something
that you’re not entirely conscious of. This consciousness doesn’t happen, though, until you have to stop and realize just why you are so easily triggered when life proves itself to be not all that it’s cracked up to be.

Whatever is in the 8th House feels really damaged until we can take it, reshape it, and bring it back to life. With Jupiter representing your faith, you really have to revive your seemingly dead sense of faith because, in the end, you are capable of extreme inspiration and hope. The 8th House’s energy is extreme and whatever is in there is amplified with great intensity. It’s just that a person can also stifle or even deaden their 8th House planet because they are too afraid of the pain that could come with expressing it. Jupiter in the 8th means that you have to stop being afraid of being let down by life. You can feel deeply tormented by this sense of the rug eventually getting pulled out from right under you. So, why even bother? Everything’s going to go to ruins anyway. But, of course, this is not the attitude to have. You have to be strong enough and resourceful enough to have hope.

This is something that can heal those inner wounds of yours. If you’ve survived any sort of abuse, which could also be a sexual assault of some kind in adulthood (another common experience of 8th House people), you must dig deep and unlock the inner faith needed to overcome that. You have to believe that you had to experience this pain in order to become a bigger, better person. By believing this, you can regard the trauma with a certain positivity. This does not mean pretending that it never happened, sweeping it under the rug, or being okay with it happening. It means knowing and trusting that you’re a survivor and that whatever happened to you is done. You don’t need to let it define you anymore. Just let the awareness of how you survived it give you strength. It´s a strength that will allow you to push through other emotional difficulties in your life, trusting that if you got through one painful time period, you can get through another.

Jupiter in the 8th House can create an amazing release of any sort of built-up resentment, to the point where you feel like a completely new person. The Jupiter sign shows why you will feel the need to not hold on to any emotional pain from the past. If the 8th House Jupiter is in Pisces, it’s
because you believe it’s important to forgive, to let go, to let the Higher Power do its will. Jupiter in Capricorn in the 8th means that you would release this inner pain because you want to be mature and take responsibility for yourself and adopt the more efficient route. It’s an attitude that should extend to anyone who’s hurt you, particularly anyone in your family. While your emotional issues may be traced back to them, you have to make sure that they end with them, as well.

People with planets in the 8th have the power to be the one who breaks the cycle. Many can struggle with this, though. But, with Jupiter in the 8th, as long as you take the positive approach to your emotional issues, you will find it easy to rise above the emotional turmoil and dysfunction you might have inherited. More than the average person, you can also benefit greatly from going to therapy. Anything that requires you to be truly honest about your emotional issues and move on from them will continually bring a lot of positive energy into your life. Also, journaling and just sheer introspection can work in this regard, especially since you may have an effortless way of hashing
through all of your psychological “stuff.” But, you can also go overboard by being too immersed in introspection and the analysis of your own psyche. It’s good to know when to give it a rest, so you’re not constantly obsessing over your trust issues or fear of abandonment.

I always say that the infamous “deaths” of the 8th House can be metaphorical. It’s often not so literal, simply meaning that, as someone with Jupiter in the 8th, you can possess a tremendous knack for killing off a destructive part of yourself that is holding you back. At the same time, it is also wise to remember that your dark side can be quite enriching, when properly accessed and expressed. You can be the artist who is unafraid of primal, terrifying emotional states, getting lucky in terms of knowing how to go deep, often because you’re all too familiar with trauma, loss, or suffering. You can also use your rage as a motivator, in moderation, or find great compassion for others through your recurring spells of sadness and despair. This is just another way for you to turn those demons of yours around, killing off an unnecessary fear of them instead.

But, of course, the 8th House can also represent literal death. 8th House Jupiter people can go through a time where it seems as if too many folks they love are passing away. It’d be tough to find a person with this placement who wasn’t profoundly impacted by the death of a person they love.
It’s very possible that it’s more than one person but there will be one that feels especially tragic or heartbreaking. Of course, we all unfortunately lose someone close to us or important to us at some point and it is something that hits us all hard. However, the death of a loved one affects the Jupiter in the 8th House individual in an incredibly powerful and undeniable manner. Your life will absolutely never be the same after that person is gone but, again, you have this ability to turn that around.
If this loss occurs during childhood, this heightened awareness of your mortality can bring a maturity and urgency to your perspective that most children don’t have. You might have spent a lot of time dwelling on death but this could have positively prepared you for life. Because you knew how fragile it was and how easily a life could be taken, you became empowered and intent on always being appreciative and grateful. For Jupiter in the 8th, gratitude becomes a survival skill because it not only helps you push through the bad times, it attracts the kind of situations your way that show you that, while life can be depressing and sad and can end all too suddenly, there are still plenty of reasons to appreciate and enjoy being alive.

I’m not going to tell you that this helps you avoid death because I just don’t think a person can predict anyone’s death by looking at their birth chart. Jupiter in the 8th House people do not necessarily live longer. I do feel like they have the potential to live more fully, though, to the degree where at that moment when they die, when their life flashes before their eyes, they don’t have any regret because they lived as wholeheartedly as they could. This is an attitude that can also help you cope with someone else’s death. 8th House Jupiter people can be very positive presences at a funeral or a wake. You might understand that they did all that they needed to do while they were
here. A lot of people can just say “it was their time” because it’s the standard phrase people say when someone dies. But, you probably really believe that, even if their death really pains you.

Getting through the grief process can be much easier for those with Jupiter in the 8th, especially if they happened to lose someone in their formative years. All of the stages of dealing with death can happen quite seamlessly for you, especially if you are living with an embrace of your dark side. The anger, denial, sadness, etc. can all hit you like a tremendous wave, though. In fact, when you experience that first major death in your life, it may feel as if you are downright drowning in grief. But, you can see that grieving period as a real growing experience that’ll teach you how to deal with the deaths of other people with a greater perspective and understanding of the mysterious reasons why these things just have to happen. You can see the positivity in letting someone go.

It´s hard to tell which house is more mediumistic: the 8th House or the 12th. Both houses deal with death and the dead, in different ways. The 8th is more about conjuring spirits, as in a séance, while the 12th is about co-existing with them, as in a haunted house. Jupiter in the 8th can bring certain experiences of speaking to the dead, especially if it’s a loved one. I’m not saying you can actually speak to ghosts. Yet, it can just be through the form of certain signs or even visions. It can scare you and freak you out or utterly fascinate you. Regardless, believing that there is an afterlife, that we do go somewhere once we die (even if it’s not of the Heaven/Hell variety), is very beneficial for you. If anything, you can gain a lot of comfort from the sense of knowing that the person who died is “out there” somewhere and feeling their spirit with you, often times as a protector.

As far as the inheritance thing goes, I’m not going to tell you that Jupiter in the 8th means that you will gain a huge inheritance financially from someone else. I just don’t like that interpretation of the 8th House, as I have said before, because I think it’s disempowering. Yet, it is a thread through 8th House people’s lives. You might get the best part of your grandfather’s will when he passes. You may also find yourself living off of someone else financially in a major way. It’s not uncommon for those with this placement to very easily find themselves a sugar daddy or mama to live off of, especially if Venus is involved here. Hopefully, you will eventually realize how that is just sucking the power away from you in the situation and set up a financially independent life for yourself.

Jupiter in the 8th also amplifies the intimacy in your life, since the 8th House stands for how we engage in emotional and sexual intimacy. The sexy part of the 8th House is legendary and you could be so eager to be intimate with someone else that you do end up sleeping around. But, it can be
hard for the sex to remain casual because you expect so much else to come with it. There has to be passion, intensity, ecstasy, thrills! You believe that a truly substantial, memorable sexual experience should be mind-blowing. This should draw you toward a more secure, long-term relationship, where the sex is more than casual hooking-up. However, this is why, on the flip side, you may adopt the perspective of needing to abstain from sex until you find that really important sexual connection and chemistry, which can happen after a string of lackluster or half-hearted lovers.

You will also find that you can have many positive experiences in terms of being intimate with someone. I’m not just talking about great sex. I also mean being able to really share yourself emotionally with another person. The chances of this are even greater if you have worked through your emotional issues and are not held back by the pain of your past. In fact, Jupiter in the 8th House individuals may want to share everything with their partner, to the point of them knowing more than a few things about you that you’ve never told anyone. You also love being able to be a vault for their secrets, gaining their trust and making them feel safe in an amazingly healing way.

October 20, 2021 at 15:07
(Capricorn) Emanuel


Jupiter is the ruling planet of the 9th House. So, by the logic of dignities, the “best” place to have your Jupiter is in the 9th House, right? Well, not necessarily but it is a really powerful placement that can bring an abundance of positivity into your life. Jupiter already attracts positive energy into our lives, expanding our horizons when we maintain the faith in what it represents. But, the 9th House is about faith, about believing in something fully, and also being convinced that anything is possible. So, the faith of someone with their Jupiter in the 9th can seem and be limitless. However, this placement also makes for a person who is much more susceptible than the next person to the excess, naivete, and blind faith that Jupiter represents.

The 9th House symbolizes the inner compass that gets us through life and keeps us moving forward. We need this internal sense of right and wrong in order to know what direction to go in. Those with Jupiter in the 9th, then, have an inner compass that speaks to them very loudly and undeniably.
Having this position means that you have ideas of right and wrong that are really well-defined, in accordance to the sign that your Jupiter is in. If Jupiter is in Aquarius and in the 9th, then your moral fiber comes from thinking freely and for yourself and being committed to equality, progress, and the bigger picture. The 9th House being in Jupiter in Aries would show that your morality comes from standing up for yourself, being independent, and fighting for what you desire.

Yet, since Jupiter can easily go overboard, those with Jupiter in the 9th can become so moralistic that it turns into a real holier-than-thou attitude. Whatever your Jupiter sign believes in, you might convince yourself of being on a higher level than others because of those beliefs. Jupiter in Scorpio and in the 9th can make you very sanctimonious about anything that you deem as being shallow, disempowering, or simple-minded. This placement is a real overload of Jupiter energy and as I
always say, in its more unevolved form, Jupiter never stops preaching and never gets off of its soapbox. And you can spend so much time insisting on your beliefs and trying to force them on people that your message ends up turning a lot of people away.

However, you have really good intentions. Even when you’re pushing these beliefs on to others so overzealously, you are just trying to bring them some positivity. You feel so inspired and so uplifted by these convictions of yours that you get all too easily carried away, assuming that everyone else is going to be just as inspired and uplifted by your convictions. This is the huge naivete that you can operate under. Jupiter in the 9th House individuals experience such life-affirming benefits from following their particular path of faith that they feel like they need to sweep other people away with them on the same path. But, the truth is that we all have our own paths toward knowledge, honesty, empowerment, love, enlightenment, freedom, or whatever else. It’s not up to you to try and play God, deciding how someone gets to that path. There can be quite a savior complex to you but not in the same way as if Jupiter was in the 12th House. You can be eager to “save” people not out of pity and self-sacrifice but in order to bring good things into their lives.

Yet, you have to step back and realize that person and that person only can save themselves. You can give all the sermons you want. It might not change their mind or they may just end up telling you what you want to hear to get you to shut up or tone it down (which people may do to you a lot, unbeknownst to you). However, it is up to them to decide what they believe and to follow the path that’s right for them. The best thing that a 9th House Jupiter person can do is to just provide positive energy as far as pointing the person in the direction they want to go in. You may have a bad pattern of “butting in” far too often. Someone can start talking about their relationship, without looking for any advice, and then you can start rattling off things that they should and shouldn’t do. People can regularly respond to you with a well-deserved “who asked you?”

But, they may become more understanding when they realize that you not only have good intentions but you often just can’t help yourself. You have such strong beliefs that it’s hard for you to not have an opinion about virtually everything. Not only that but you want to freely, honestly share such opinions. The thing is that you might be able to dish it out yet not take it. Another potential drawback of this placement is taking it very personally when others share their opinions with you. At its worst, Jupiter in the 9th can see any opposing opinion as a threat. It can feel as if this person is trying to rob you of your very belief system. But, in actuality, they are just voicing their beliefs, as well. So, you have to be able to swallow a bit of your own medicine accepting that having differing viewpoints or convictions does not have to lead to a holy war.

Speaking of holiness, I associate the 9th House with religion and it’s true that people with 9th House planets usually have very religious upbringings. Regardless of whether or not they continue to follow that religion into adulthood or go against it, that religious devotion and fervor instills a deep sense of faith that constantly lets them move forward in life with the right attitude. Thanks to Jupiter in the 9th House, you may have been particularly caught up in religion growing up, more than the next 9th House individual. Of course, this won’t be true of everyone with this placement but it is a major pattern. That avid, undying sense of belief could’ve been instilled by a religion that consistently made you feel like everything would be okay and that there was always some benevolent force watching out for you.

Religion does always instill strong ideas of right and wrong. While this can be painful, stifling, or bothersome for many 9th House people, the Jupiter in the 9th House person usually takes to this moral code with great enthusiasm. Due to the fact that any given religion tells a person that they will eventually benefit from adhering to this code of right and wrong and from believing in certain things, you took that and ran with it. This sense that good things would happen for you because you
were Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Muslim, or whatever other religion became generalized and applied to all beliefs. You felt as if having faith in things and more than enough of it would make everything turn out okay. This is quite a simple concept: if you believe enough in something, it will manifest
and if it’s a positive belief, you will reap the rewards. But, a lot of us have to work to understand
this. Jupiter in the 9th House people understand this more effortlessly than anyone else.

Even if there are harsh aspects to Jupiter, that irrepressible positivity is still brewing inside and, therefore, can emerge in really messy or haphazard ways, making a disaster out of things just out of a desperate yearning to get lucky. And when you get in this state of mind, you might not care who gets swept up in it or left behind. It should be said that when taken too far, Jupiter in the 9th can become wildly, dangerously selfish. You might be so excessively concerned with good things happening to you that you end up robbing other people of their share or not caring that much if they reap the rewards. You can also be so blinded by your convictions that almost nothing or no one else matters as much, causing you to run someone over on your way to that pot of gold. It’s a single-mindedness that can be as much of a curse as it is a blessing. You know that you want to get to Heaven and will do whatever is needed to get there.

Yet, when it’s managed well, this is the quality that makes you unstoppable. Whatever is in your 9th House shows you how you can expand your vision and believe that anything is possible. Jupiter in the 9th House people are often far more capable of this than most. There is this inner sense that you can do absolutely whatever you set out to do. If Jupiter is in Libra in the 9th, this can make finding love seem like a total inevitability, preventing you from ever getting discouraged about relationships, no matter what happens. Jupiter in Capricorn and in the 9th would mean that your ambitions know no bounds and you will work as hard as you can toward your goals, trusting that you will inevitably achieve them. It’s a mindset that opens so many doors and presents so many opportunities your way. While many other people are too busy dwelling on the negative or avoiding their true path out of fear or passivity, you charge right toward that path, trusting that everything will fall into a place in a way that allows things to almost always do.

I also see the 9th House as representing your college-aged self. It’s the time where you get your
first taste of true freedom around the age of 18, which is when the majority of people leave their parents’ home and go to college. Of course, not everyone goes to school and everyone doesn’t have to, either. But, with Jupiter in the 9th, you can actually completely relish the college experience, taking to it with plenty of gusto. Living at home with your parents, in spite of how much you love them, may have become a Hell you wanted to get out of for a long time while growing up. Since the 9th House gives us a feeling of freedom, in a way that lets us roam from one place to the next, you really believed in having that freedom. And if your parents gave you too many restrictions and
limitations, it could’ve been enough to drive you crazy!

Although it’s common for people to move back in with their parents after initially moving out, Jupiter in the 9th House individuals usually leave and never look back once they turn 18. You could’ve loved your newfound freedom so much that you didn’t even visit that much during college or after. But, you were also always on the run while growing up anyway, so your family was probably used to it. Besides, college offered you a totally new world. You were presented with so many new opportunities: all these great people to meet, interesting classes to take, groups to get involved in, things to do in this new city. College is like a buffet of awesomeness for a lot of 9th House Jupiter people and you want all you can eat and all the time.

There can be two outcomes for the college student with this placement: either they become a total wild child at school or they are capable of keeping it together very well, in spite of having quite a bit of wild child potential. The first option happens because, again, Jupiter is prone to taking it a bit too
far. College can be a time of too much partying and drinking for you, more than is typical for college students, as there is so much fun to be had and too much freedom up for grabs. You can take advantage of this freedom by not really doing what you’re supposed to be doing in college, like, you know, studying or focusing academically. Yet, the thing is that Jupiter is where we are most resilient, as well. So, even when you go too far with college life, you do have an amazing ability to bounce back from all of that. You were that person who could pass their finals with flying colors after drinking their face off all weekend.

That leads to the second path, which brings out the strength of your inner sense of direction. The 9th House tells us the path to take that will lead to good things and with Jupiter here, that internal compass is heightened. So, if you went through a phase of going a bit too crazy in college, you were also able to stop and say, “You need to get on the right track.” After all, you relished the inherent meaningfulness of college in a way that many people these days do not. You believed the experience should be about growing as a person and expanding your possibilities, not being stagnant and stuck. Therefore, you were able to take advantage of your time in college in a life- affirming way. You probably had a major that you genuinely liked, not just one that others told you to study or that you just thought would make you money. You wanted to be enriched by class discussions and lectures and may have grown significantly by writing certain essays or your thesis.

By the time your college experience ended (even if you didn’t finish or graduate), you felt like a bigger, better person in a way that others, who just wanted the degree, may not have felt. This is all carried with you in adulthood by giving you a hunger to constantly be a bigger, better person than you were before. That strong sense of direction was honed in those days where you were truly free for the first time and it has stayed with you. Your inner 21-year-old is always guiding you
toward what is ultimately good for you, even if it’s something that others don’t understand or believe in. This is why life opens up for you when you really listen to that inner voice and trust it above all of the other noise.

It´s what makes you very adventurous, as well, because you are not afraid to go where you’ve never
gone before. You managed just fine when you were in new territory back in your early 20’s. Therefore, you always relish new territory, having great confidence in that inner voice throughout the journey. I could spout off the cliché that Jupiter in the 9th means that you will spend a lot of
time traveling. It’s true that you may backpack through Europe for weeks without hesitation or take a job in Japan and not think twice. It also wouldn’t be surprising at all if you studied abroad or traveled in college. The thing is that you really never get “homesick”, either, just like you didn’t in college. It’s about the journey for you, not the destination. So, being stuck in one place feels like a limiting destination. You would rather keep moving on to somewhere else.

Even if you find yourself living in the same city for a long time, you won’t stick to the same neighborhood haunts. You dare to go someplace different, loving the exotic feel of the unknown. It could be that dive bar you’ve never been to before, that side of town that none of your friends go to, or some random happening that you just found out about tonight. Whatever it is, you’re pretty much down for anything. And being the adventurer you are, you do not mind embarking on the journey alone. Anyone who accompanies you better be ready to do some exploring and if they’re not, you won’t hesitate to go in the other direction.

October 20, 2021 at 14:59
(Capricorn) Emanuel » Silvi
Well, if it s about sharing i will "share" with you significations for Jupiter in 9th house. And because I m a good guy (of course), i will "share" something about Jupiter in 8th house too.

And an article about Jupiter Return.
October 20, 2021 at 14:50
(Taurus) Silvi » Emanuel
Glad that you noticed that I´m not a beginner , but if I´m asking if because clearly I want others opinions and views.
Just try to calm down and not be so fanatic of your vision. Is not about convince anyone in here. Just sharing... :1:
October 20, 2021 at 14:45
(Capricorn) Emanuel » Silvi
"I didn´t say that I don´t want those interpretations , chill out. :1:"

You clearly implied. Because in Whole Sign i cant say anything that you expect. In Whole Sign you simply do not have Jupiter in 8th house. Is not rocket science.

So yeah. Dont be lazy and add that precious information(about house preference) to your profile (especially since you are for some time on this forum, not a beginner, clearly).
October 20, 2021 at 14:37
(Taurus) Silvi » Emanuel
Then put in your description that you hate placidus and all...

I didn´t say that I don´t want those interpretations , chill out. :1:
October 20, 2021 at 14:32
(Capricorn) Emanuel
Damn, in Placidus al the placements are completely messed up (even by 2 houses) . I hate Placidus so much.

You should say in your Bio that you dont use Whole Sign and dont want Whole sign interpretations. It´s easier and less time consuming for the rest of us.
October 20, 2021 at 14:29
(Capricorn) Emanuel » Silvi
Nothing too visible. Nothing related to death or inheritance. It´s much more complex and hard to describe.This Jupiter return coincide with Saturn being also in 8th house. So...talking about limitations.
October 20, 2021 at 14:21
(Taurus) Silvi » Emanuel
Yes , I do know what does this mean. But this time is going to conjunct Neptune there too.

My birth hour is correct.
My Jupiter is in 8th.

A lot of deaths experiences and inheritances ( Material and spiritual) after that too..

I don´t use whole sign system.

What brings to you this transit already?
October 20, 2021 at 14:05
(Capricorn) Emanuel
Your Jupiter is in Pisces in 9th house, if you have Cancer Rising. But if you have Leo Rising, than Jupiter is in your 8th house indeed.

I say this because your Rising is at the end of Cancer, so any small change in time can move your Rising.
October 20, 2021 at 14:04
(Capricorn) Emanuel
I am currently in a Jupiter return in 8th house (direct,retro and now direct). You can check my Transits to see. Of course, I use Whole Sign for this.

"I´m thinking that if Jupiter is going to be so expansive in my 8th again can bring some good stuff through bad ones."

First of all you need to understand the 8th house, and Jupiter in 8th house.

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