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February 17, 2004

Run For Your Lives! Scary Jupiter trine Jupiter Transits!

The very last thing most folks fear when it comes to astrology is Jupiter (the "great benefic"). And trines (120 degree aspects between planets). But if you're trying to win a competitive event, one of the first transits that you might want to run scared from is Jupiter trine Jupiter.

This page will show you three people who have recently had exact Jupiter-Jupiter transiting trines, and someone else soon to have one.

First is the baseball player, Chipper Jones, whose Braves lost to the Cubs in last years National League Division Series (though, admittedly, he individually played well).

Second is the New York Yankee's manager, Joe Torre, whose team lost to the Florida Marlins in the World Series last year.

Third is Richard Gephardt, who withdrew from the Democratic nomination race after coming in fourth place in the Iowa Caucus this year.

The fourth chart is a future event. It's for Howard Dean in upcoming months. I've used the "Super Tuesday" primaries on March 2nd as the date.

Notice how incredibly precise these transits were in the first three cases.

So why would the great benefic trining (a positive aspect) the great benefic cause a manager to lose the World Series and a lifelong political candidate to lose perhaps the most important contest of his political career (and by the way, Joe Lieberman had transiting Jupiter conjoin his secondary progressed Moon as he was forced to withdraw from the race)? That's a pretty good question, since you'd initially tend to think that this is one of the best aspects a person could have in these circumstances.

Come up with the rationale of your choice, but some of these facts speak for themselves, even though this is just a small number of examples. This doesn't mean that someone can't win a competitive event under such a transit; the whole picture must be taken in full context. For example, Jones had Saturn forming a grand cross to his chart and Pluto opposite his Mars, and Gephardt had Neptune conjunct his Sun.

But to me, this does show that often Jupiter lets you "get off easy;" while in a competitive event, you're really looking to "get in hard." Jupiter often promotes a kind of vacation, rather than increasing your responsibilities. Jupiter can give you that needed break, but it's often more of a self-indulgent one. And if someone is trying hard to edge out his competition, Jupiter trine Jupiter might just end up playing the role of "the great malefic."

But this is just one particular aspect, transiting Jupiter trine Jupiter. Other Jupiter transits are fantastic in competitive situations. One of the reasons astrology is such a rewarding, as well as challenging, lifelong study is that each individual aspect often ends up having its own unique story. Astrology is not remotely easy or simple to master, but that's probably why I'm still infatuated with it, even after having poured my heart and soul into the study and practice of astrology for more than a decade. I think it's a pretty incredible way to spend your days.

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Posted by MosesSiregarIII at February 17, 2004 03:40 PM

I have been watching since the November Full Moon and particularly, the November Solar Eclipse, a very stable trine between Jupiter, Chiron and the North Node. In all this time I have found no comment and I am curious. Jupiter is associated with new vision, law and ethics and Chiron is where we feel wounded, abandoned, even betrayed. I feel that the North Node pulls us kicking and screeming into a new paradigm.
Does anyone else notice that in Canada and the USA that we have had potential scandals emerge and a growing doubt even anger about our ruling elected officers. I am encouraged to see the populace waking up but I want to see astrologers responding to this important mundane indication.

Posted by: Donna at February 17, 2004 05:58 PM

Hi Donna,

Maybe I'll comment on this sometime soon. I'll see. I think it's a pretty awesome configuration that we've been having there. I can certainly see one manifestation of it that I'd like to talk about.

A lot of the scandal stuff in the US seems to have a lot to do with the Sun transiting near 13 Cancer, which is where George W Bush's Sun (in the 12th house), and the US's Sun (partly in the 8th house) is.


Posted by: Moses at February 17, 2004 09:13 PM

paxil The important thing is not to stop questioning.

Posted by: paxil at May 23, 2004 07:43 AM

Hola from Spain, pardon my intruding with a personal note, but it's rather frightnin to me to find that my birth chart so resembles George's it's frightning! I was born 12 years earlier (same chinese "dogs") 35 minutes later ( same rising) one day before( same outer planets) But then I got chills down my spine when I saw the definition of a "Mo Fo Party"!!!!! I was born with Mars 21 Aries conjunt south node 9th house
After reading the general cancer analysis..... Was all this meaning that I am crazy... or is it that everyone else is ?????????????/ Thks... A kansas girl in exile in spain

Posted by: meggy at July 6, 2004 03:23 PM