Synastry: Jupiter in a Partner's House
Luck, Abundance, and Expansion
Jupiter in a partner's first house:
When your Jupiter is in your romantic partner’s first house, you put your partner into a happy, optimistic and expansive mood with your friendly generosity, encouragement, and assistance. You both love to go out and have fun together. When your relationship partner’s Jupiter is in your first house, you may tend to exaggerate your experiences and accomplishments in order to make a point. You both love to plan and scheme together about travel and future adventures and endeavors.
Jupiter in a partner’s second house:
When your Jupiter is in your romantic partner’s second house, you desire to enable him or her to increase his or her security by improving your partner’s financial standing. You are willing to provide your partner with encouragement and practical material assistance where possible. When your relationship partner’s Jupiter is in your second house, openness to your partner’s help and fiscal honesty are required if you are going to acquire the expansion you desire in your money and possessions.
Jupiter in a partner's third house:
When your Jupiter is in your romantic partner’s third house, your partner loves to talk with you because you expand his or her viewpoint and broaden intellectual horizons. Your communications tend to be open and uninhibited, freely covering a wide variety of topics and philosophical approaches. When your relationship partner’s Jupiter is in your third house he or she encourages you to expand your education and thinking in order to get the larger picture. Your conversations may wander because you both are easily distracted and have difficulty staying on any one topic.
Jupiter in a partner's fourth house:
When your Jupiter is in your romantic partner’s fourth house, you give your partner a feeling of happiness and expansiveness and stimulate his or her desire to make you an essential part of his or her family. When your relationship partner’s Jupiter is in your fourth house, you desire to create a comfortable family with your partner because he or she gives you feeling of opportunity and abundance when you are together.
Jupiter in a partner's fifth house:
When your Jupiter is in your romantic partner's fifth house, you stimulate expansive feelings of creativity and a desire to have fun, experience pleasure and enjoy yourselves together. When your relationship partner’s Jupiter is in your fifth house, your partner joyfully encourages and promotes your creativity and you usually have good luck and good fun whenever you are together as a couple.
Jupiter in a partner's sixth house:
When your Jupiter is in your romantic partner's sixth house, you take an interest in your partner’s work and thereby increase your partner’s enjoyment of work and raise his or her enthusiasm and optimism about the benefits of being of service to others. When your relationship partner’s Jupiter is in your sixth house, your partner loves to assist you and be of practical service to you domestically and in terms of the work you do. This encourages you to trust in your future and develop your work skills improving yourself and your work environment.
Jupiter in a partner’s seventh house:
When your Jupiter is in your romantic partner’s seventh house, your partner loves being with you because you make him or her feel optimistic and outgoing whenever you are together. When your relationship partner’s Jupiter is in your seventh house, you regard him or her both as a good friend and an equal partner. Harmonious cooperation is part and parcel of your domestic life and you both enjoy going out, traveling, and socializing together.
Jupiter in a partner’s eighth house:
When your Jupiter is in your romantic partner’s eighth house, you feel drawn into a very deep personal relationship where you experience the desire to merge resources, talents, and energies. You can both benefit financially by living together. When your relationship partner’s Jupiter is in your eighth house, you will experience an intense personal bonding and will find it very hard to view yourself as separate from your relationship or your partner because of the material and emotional abundance you feel and achieve together.
Jupiter in a partner's ninth house:
When your Jupiter is in your romantic partner’s ninth house, you enjoy traveling, vacationing, socializing, and going out together. You stimulate a feeling of optimism and interest in him or her, enriching your partner’s outlook on life through the rich variety of experiences that you share together. When your relationship partner’s Jupiter is in your ninth house, you begin to see the broader perspective on life and living, increasing your interest and appreciation for travel and direct experience of new ideas, people, and foreign places.
Jupiter in a partner's tenth house:
When your Jupiter is in your romantic partner's tenth house, you take a greater interest in expanding your partner’s career ambitions and are a great promoter of his or her talents and abilities. Your partner is encouraged by your support and willingness to assist him or her achieve greater recognition and pursue long term goals. When your relationship partner’s Jupiter is in your tenth house, your partner has a strong interest in your achieving success and abundance. You can be very successful in business together.
Jupiter in a partner’s eleventh house:
When your Jupiter is in your romantic partner’s eleventh house, you are friends as well as partners. You explore and participate in many like minded social circles and develop a wide variety of friends and acquaintances together. When your relationship partner’s Jupiter is in your eleventh house, you really love and appreciate the friendship part of your relationship. Together you can be very active in catalyzing social progress and bringing people together into a larger political or humanitarian cause.
Jupiter in a partner's twelfth house:
When your Jupiter is in your romantic partner’s twelfth house, you will find yourself developing a broad interest in altruistic and humanitarian activities. You are part of each others spiritual attunement. When your relationship partner’s Jupiter is in your twelfth house, he or she understands you more intimately than any other does. Your relationship will give you a sense of optimistic trust in universal abundance, allowing you to let go of fear based attachments and concerns.
Sunday, 21 July 2013
by Luc De Jaeger
In the natal chart, every planet and body represents some archetypes that are part of human life. Though the meanings of the planets and bodies differ between men and women, they still have some common characteristics.
In this article we will discuss the meanings of Mars in the natal chart and what it actually represents regarding your romantic life.
Mars is the ruler of the cardinal fire sign Aries, which is the 1st zodiac sign in the Tropical Zodiac.
The Universe starts so to speak with archetypal Aries traits so that Aries is all about a new beginning.
Because Mars rules this zodiac sign, it takes on most of its meanings.
Hence, Mars is active and action-oriented. Mars is the do-er and therefore, his main domain is just working and being busy.
That's why Mars is one of the most important work-related planets and if you want to know about your job, analyze Mars!
Because Mars rules the zodiac sign of the beginnings, Mars is still naive. It has not experienced everything and just wants to ignite, initiate and start something.
Hence, Mars is not very cerebral but just about raw physical urges that exist for the sake of just doing something.
Mars is not a thinker and thus able to act in too premature a way, resulting in some clashes and accidents.
Mars impulses are not steered properly and just lived out openly.
A predominant Mars makes for a very outgoing and spontaneous personality that tends to bump into somebody or something.
In matters of love, a predominant Mars will show someone who initiates and takes the first step.
A weak Mars (by sign) shows the opposite tendencies and is more hesitant and less spontaneous.
Mars is about raw energies and represents the purest physical and non-emotional, non-cerebral urges.
Therefore, Mars is linked to the sexual urges.
And for a reason because extravert and action-oriented Mars represents the penetrating force that is awaited by its counterpart, receptive Venus.
So, from this archetypal perspective, it's obvious that Mars needs to be interpreted differently in natal charts of women and men.
In the natal chart of women, Mars represents the archetypal male characteristics she longs for.
In the natal chart of a man, Mars primarily represents his work and job and secondarily his primal urges like his sex life.
Mars in the female chart
The archetypal picture of the man in a female chart can be delineated by looking at the position of Mars in the zodiac sign, house and its aspects and midpoints.
Below, we want to mention a couple of our findings that may help to delineate the Mars position.
Mars in Aries seeks the impulsive, even brash, 'primitive' man who loves speed. It can be an uncooperative and straightforward man.
Mars in Taurus is about the willful business-man, quite inert and set in his ways.
Mars in Gemini longs for a cerebral man with a keen intellect. He can be argumentative though.
Mars in Cancer adores home-loving men. They can be moody.
Mars in Leo loves a man of prominence or a man who is often in the spotlight. He needs to be gallant.
Mars in Virgo loves 'obedient' or subordinate men who are of service. It's a practical 'handy-man' who can be a workaholic though. In some instances he may be extremely critical.
Mars in Libra needs a mediator or diplomate and a distinguished or civilized man.
Mars in Scorpio loves a powerful and highly intense man who is able to share his passions. They can be reticent and jealous.
Mars in Sagittarius is always on the go so that a wanderer and/or a sports-minded man fits. Also, it's possible that the man is a foreigner or met in a foreign country. He should have quite some zeal.
Mars in Capricorn is about men in a uniform or who have positions in the corporate or political world. It's the dignified climber who loves to set boundaries.
Mars in Aquarius needs detached and independent men, who are often 'on the go.'
They should be cerebral and innovative and may have interests in humanitarian causes. They can be brusque though.
Mars in Pisces loves silent and more reclusive men. They should be very nature-loving but may face some addictions.
Of course, these delineations have to be blended with the aspects and house meanings.