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Jupiter in Aquarius

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Jupiter in Aquarius Traits

Jupiter is the Ruling Planet of Generosity and Trust.  Aquarius is symbolized by the Water-Bearer.Be aware of your feelings, which will run high due to your Water Sign.  Jupiter wants to instill Trust in you, as well as a Generosity of spirit that you can share with others.

People love you for your ability to find the spiritual and divine beauty in natural forms, including other people.  You may often be told that you are someone’s rock, their support system, their sensei on matters of the heart, mind, and soul.  While you may not feel worthy of these accolades, it is essential to accept this praise—as fulfilling these destined roles with bringing you both love and fulfillment, especially when aided by Jupiter in Aquarius.

Jupiter in Aquarius Women

Women with Jupiter in Aquarius are extremely open-minded and compassionate.  You show empathy and love to friends, family, and strangers, alike.  You are a humanitarian, and although you might seem a bit aloof to loved ones sometimes, you would do anything for anyone.  You have a huge heart, and you might get sucked into other people’s negativity while trying to help them.


Be aware of your emotional surroundings, because they can influence your Water nature more than some other signs can be manipulated.  You will find fulfillment, through hard work and Jupiter’s Generous urges to give back and volunteer.   You will find love when you find a partner who respects your spiritually-focused mindset, need for personal space and time, and your wanderlust.

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You deserve happiness and intimacy, but fear commitments.  This is due to the fact that you know the other person usually wants more than you want to give.  This is natural and understandable, but you may also feel Jupiter’s Trusting influence persuading you to set your fears aside.  When you feel you have found a partner who accepts your nomadic qualities, but that also makes you feel at home around them, you will have found love and fulfillment.


Jupiter in Aquarius Men

Men with Jupiter in Aquarius are some of the sexiest and seemingly-unattainable guys imaginable.  He may be a loner; a rebel.  He may be on the road a lot—for work or following a favorite band.  You can have a great relationship with a Man with Jupiter in Aquarius, especially because of the Generosity and Trust Jupiter will bring into your intimate, although long-distance, relationship.

Men with Jupiter in Aquarius can broaden your horizons—he probably seems like an ‘old soul’.  He will teach you things about the world, about your body, and about sex.  He will be a Generous teacher, and you will be a Trusting pupil, thanks to the influence Jupiter has on Aquarius.  Do not waste your time with this man—he is ready to learn, experiment, laugh, and grow with you on physical, mental, and emotional levels.


You can trust this man.  He will not break your heart.  Be aware that for you or him, a loss in Trust will be an eternal problem.

Jupiter and Aquarius in Love

Jupiter and Aquarius in Love both provide and demand reciprocal Trust, which will be increased, thanks to Jupiter’s influence.  There is no room for doubt when it comes to an Aquarius in love.  If you doubt their love or their doubt yours, your relationship cannot last.  You must be able to withstand long periods of faith and remaining faithful between seeing each other.

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Your best prospects in Love are with a partner who respects your spiritual side and need for alone time.  You will love a fellow open-minded Pisces, as they will also want personal time and space of their own.  You might also enjoy the fair spirit and impartial mind of a Libra.  Libras do require fairness, so make sure that you are offering to compromise as much as they are expected to, within the parameters of a healthy relationship.

Your worst prospects in Love are with a partner who will be needy and wear your patience down.  A Cancer will want a lot of your time spent at home, with them.  A Scorpio seems too impulsive and territorial for your tastes. While they might make a great motivational friend, and Aries and Taurus are both liable to drive you up the wall with their closed minds and stubborn natures.

Dates for Jupiter in Aquarius

Jupiter entered Aquarius on January 21, 1997, and again on January 5, 2009—and lasted until January 17, 2009.  Because of the roughly 12-year period that Jupiter goes through the Zodiac, the next visit is not predicted until December 19, 2020; and Jupiter will go into Retrograde on July 28, 2021.

Two more visits are scheduled for Jupiter to enter Aquarius before the next Retrograde.  Jupiter will enter Aquarius on April 11, 2032, and on November 29, 2032.  Jupiter will go Retrograde, in Gemini, on September 12, 2033.

Retrogrades occurring this cycle are as follows:  On November 11, 2016, Jupiter goes Retrograde.  On February 6, 2017, Jupiter goes Stationary and then goes Stationary Direct on June 9, 2017.  Jupiter exits Retrograde on September 6, 2017.

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Final Thoughts

Jupiter in Aquarius brings Generosity and Trust to the table for you to work with.  These are no light topics—especially when it comes to finding love.  You are one Zodiac Signs of the most connected with the spiritual plane.  You will find fulfillment by looking into your beliefs further.  This is a great year for you to research a new lifestyle or religion you have been interested in.

With Jupiter in Aquarius, you are also at a prime time to let go of any unhealthy relationships in your life.  If someone is too needy, and causing you stress, then seek a way to reconcile your feelings amicably.  If someone is too distant, let them know you wish they were closer; and send them love and light, and move on as best as you can.  You will find love and fulfillment, along with an increase in the Generosity you show and receive, thanks to Jupiter visiting Aquarius.

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