Jupiter moves into my second house on Monday. What’s interesting is that when it goes retrograde in March, it moves back to almost the exact same spot in mid-July — almost! The planet stations at 13° 20″ Scorpio, only 9″ away from my second house cusp.
That means that I am going to have Jupiter in my second house for more than thirteen months consecutively. The planet’s next retrograde cycle will even result in a brief return to my second house in the summer of 2019, bringing the grand total to fifteen months. That’s a lot of time in one house!
Jupiter is supposed to bring abundance to the area of the chart it inhabits. While it has been transiting my first house, I have grown abundantly fatter. Actually, it’s not that bad. I have been working out a lot and I have gained a ton of muscle. I look a lot like the guy in the photo.
With its ingress into my second house, my finances should improve. Maybe I’ll finally get a job or sell a few copies of my book. Honestly, I’ve been laying low lately, waiting for Saturn to get out of Sagittarius before I make a move. The ten-day countdown begins today. Between that and the movement of both the sun and Venus into my sign, I’ve got a lot to look forward to as 2017 draws to a close. It’s an auspicious time in my life.
What’s more, Jupiter makes plenty of beneficial aspects to my natal planets in 2018. I spent a substantial part of this past year with Saturn opposite my natal Jupiter. It was oppressive, yes, but I did use the time to lay the groundwork for future endeavors. In theory, that should begin to pay off soon. It’s a big cosmic shift.
On top of all that, it’s an 11 year in numerology, and an Earth Dog year in Chinese astrology. Those are also indicators of luck for me. I can’t imagine not having a terrific year. If I was you, I’d invest in me. How can I possibly go wrong with everything in the universe lining up in my favor?
Maybe I’m getting ahead of myself. Or maybe not. Only time will tell . . .