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Jupiter in Pisces

In the language of Shamanic Egyptian Astrology, Jupiter – the principle of expansion - is allied with Horus. Horus is a young being, wildly enthusiastic and sometimes reckless. In traditional astrology, Jupiter is the ruler of Sagittarius, a comfortable pairing of energies. Before the 1846 discovery of Neptune, Jupiter also ruled Pisces.

Pisces is allied with Sothis, the bodhisattva energy emanating from the Blue Star Sirius. Pisces/Sothis energy is mystical and otherworldly – very different than fiery Sagittarius. Individuals born with Jupiter in Pisces are sensitive and gentle souls. These people are often psychic, attuned to what is hidden behind the veils. And, as with all Piscean placements, they can feel overwhelmed and confused by the constant stream of information flowing toward them.

Pisces is the last sign of the Zodiac and represents the breakdown of all that has come before. We are at the end of the Age of Pisces, a 2600-year period that is associated with monotheism and the dominance of spiritual leaders who function as the connection to the divine for society. In our new Aquarian Age, this direct connection will be available to everyone, suggesting a very different collective relationship to otherworldly influences.

This transit of Jupiter through Pisces is a fractured journey, blended as it is with the yang energies of Aquarius and Aries. In 2021, Jupiter tiptoed into Pisces from mid-May through the end of July, then retrograded back into Aquarius where it remained until yesterday. In 2022, Jupiter will speed quickly through Pisces, enter Aries from May 10 until October 28, then fall back into Pisces until December 20. An important gateway transit is the brief conjunction of Jupiter and Neptune on April 12. More on this later.

December 30, 2021 by Ruby Falconer. Available for chart readings.

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