Jupiter in the Houses
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look to Jupiter’s house…
On this page, interpretations of the placement of Jupiter in the twelve houses of the natal (birth) chart.
Jupiter’s position by house in the natal chart (that is, the house that Jupiter occupies in the birth chart) reveals where we express our generosity and tolerance. It shows where we focus on improving our lives and in whom or in what we trust. The areas of life ruled by the house can be channels for expanding our personality and life experience.
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See also Jupiter in the Signs.
Jupiter in the First House
You present a jovial, kind, altruistic manner to the world around you, generally beginning any new undertaking with optimism and faith. You believe in the power of positive thinking. You generally are a very principled person with strong morals.
Jupiter in the Second House
You are extremely resourceful. Others might think you are lucky with money, gifts, or personal possessions. You take great pleasure in comfort and the world of the five senses. Sometimes this position points to over-indulgence in these things. A strong self-image or feelings of self-worth contribute to success.
Jupiter in the Third House
You are forward-looking–a real planner. You are endlessly curious and enjoy making happy connections with others. Sharing ideas with others is important to you–you take great pleasure in doing so. You are able to see the big picture and thus often are turned to for advice. You are sincerely interested in others, and you easily put people at ease in social situations.
Jupiter in the Fourth House
You have strong instincts that you tend to be guided by, particularly on a professional level. You readily make warm connections with others, particularly valuing your family and close loved ones. Old age is expected to be pleasant and rewarding. Strong morals were reinforced in your childhood. You dream of, and will usually attain, a large or spacious home. You likely feel that “happiness is home”.
Jupiter in the Fifth House
You are generous, playful, and warm, particularly with children and in your romantic life. Prosperous areas for you tend to be creative ones, entertainment, children, and recreation. You are talented at teaching, showing patience and love for the learning process and those learning.
Jupiter in the Sixth House
You have high standards in your business dealings with others, believing that one should always treat others with respect and faith. This may mean missing out on business opportunities in the short term, but others tend to build faith in your honest approach in the long run. You may help those less fortunate than you. Attraction to rich foods may be a problem in your life. You generally take great pleasure in the work you do and in being useful to others.
Jupiter in the Seventh House
Cultivating close, rewarding partnerships is important to you. You are talented at negotiations, believing strongly in fair play, and you are excellent at mediating conflicts. Legal matters may be fortunate for you. You value people and relationships, and might succeed best in partnership. Relating as equals is important to you. You might naturally use charm and grace to reach your goals.
Jupiter in the Eighth House
You are talented at strategy, research, and investigation. You are able to get to the root of any problem and instinctively feel that this is where the answer lies. You take great pleasure in unraveling mysteries and solving complex problems. You are naturally giving to a partner, both emotionally and materially. You are not easily shocked by taboos.
Jupiter in the Ninth House
You are always hungry for knowledge and wisdom. You have a naturally philosophical nature, and you enjoy sharing your opinions and knowledge with others. You can be a natural teacher, and you love the learning process. You very strongly value freedom of movement and expression. You can easily be inspirational, and find success in travel, education, teaching, sports, publishing, and foreign cultures.
Jupiter in the Tenth House
You readily take charge and use a winning, kindly approach while doing so. Others might see you as “lucky” when it comes to your career and business opportunities. It is natural for you to excel, and if others help you along the way, it is probably because of your winning attitude. You are ethical, mature, and resourceful. You value achievement and manifestation, as well as those who take responsibility for their lives. Position or status can be quite important to you.
Jupiter in the Eleventh House
Your social life means a lot to you, and you take great pleasure in connecting with your friends as well as involvement in teams and groups or with your community. You might benefit through friends who are influential or simply helpful. You are altruistic by nature, and you especially value people and personal freedom. You are very open to new methods and progress, and you display great tolerance and humanitarianism.
Jupiter in the Twelfth House
This position of Jupiter by house is often considered the guardian angel position — you tend to be saved sometimes just in the nick of time, probably due to your inborn faith in the universe. Solitude, working alone, and meditation can bring you great pleasure and a sense of rejuvenation. You are merciful and generous, often anonymously.
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Interpretations are written by Annie Heese.