Jupiter conjunct North Node Jupiter, at 3° Taurus 37′, forms a conjunction with the True North Node of the Moon, at 3° Taurus 37′, on June 1, 2023. This is a
Jupiter conjunct North Node
Jupiter, at 3° Taurus 37′, forms a conjunction with the True North Node of the Moon, at 3° Taurus 37′, on June 1, 2023. This is a one-off transit (it doesn’t repeat two more times as many outer-planet transits do).
With Jupiter forming a conjunction to the Moon’s True North Node, our desire strengthens to make contact with like-minded people or with those who can help push us in the direction of growth and improvement.
At this time, we’re magnetizing life lessons that change or enhance our belief systems, personal philosophy, and optimism or perspective. Our philosophies or worldview can be aligning with current thought or opinion, or we’re more interested and invested in the social condition around us.
We have a stronger faith that we’re growing and improving. Connecting with people who we help–or who help us–to achieve a better life can be in focus.
Jupiter conjunct North Node dates:
on June 1, 2023, at 3° Taurus 37′ (one-time)
Note 1: Generally when we refer to the North Node, South Node, or nodes, we are referring to the Nodes of the Moon. However, planetary nodes also exist. For example, Venus has nodes as well.
Note 2: The Moon’s node can be the Mean or True position, and these are not exactly the same although they’re close to one another. The aspect date here is for the True North Node of the Moon.
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