Is astrology true or nonsense? Let’s look at Jupiter

Over the years, I have made many attempts to decode my natal chart and I’ve found it to indeed be a personal portrait. This is a deeper exploration to see if this can possibly be true. If you’d like to try to do the same yourself and you know your birth time, you can get a natal chart at astro.com

It is my understanding that the planets in astrology represents a certain set of energies or a personality. Jupiter is the top god in Roman mythology. His energy is that of luck and expansion.

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The rest of the article excerpted below can be found here.

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Now that we have a sense of the generous energy of Jupiter, below the arrow shows where Jupiter is on my chart.

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My Jupiter is in Aquarius. I was born in 1973. I share this placement with the other people of my age group. The following will apply to all of us. The entirety of the following excerpt is here.

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My Jupiter is in the 10th house, the one associated with Capricorn. What does that mean? For more about the information below, click here.

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I have not been blessed by paternal support on an earthly level (quite the opposite) but spiritually I have been - so if I were to apply the above to myself, I’d have to do it that way. Though my career has been strange and unexpected and quite public (in Aquarian fashion), my luck has been on point. So far, everything has turned out much better than I ever expected.

We’ll go into the aspects between the planets at a later time but suffice it to say that the lines coming to and from Jupiter appear to be not too difficult looking - although it does form part of my tense Mars situation. My Jupiter is also near my midheaven which makes it a dominant placement. In addition to all that, Jupiter forms part of a mysterious configuration called the “finger of God” also known as a yod.

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