Jupiter in Scorpio Horoscope: Oct. 10, 2017-Nov. 8, 2018
This is our year Scorpios! Jupiter has officially moved into our solar and/or radical 1st house (Solar if you have a Scorpio Sun, Radical if you have a Scorpio Ascendant)! A return of Optimism, Exploration, Education, Wisdom, Expansion and Going Big!
Look forward to MORE of EvErYtHiNg.
My first-hand experience with this transit as an Ascendant, Venus, Pluto, Ceres, Mercury AND Sun in Scorpio specimen is that 12 years ago when Jupiter last transited Scorpio, I was blessed with pregnancy and the birth of the most amazing little Jupiter in Scorpio daughter a Scorpio mom could ever wish for. It was a good year. A very healing time in my life, coming out of what was by far the worst, most self-destructive years of my life. My body, life, and universe literally expanded! I became pregnant within weeks of Jupiter's ingress into Scorpio and thus my Whole Sign Houses 1st house of Self, Image, Health and Physical Appearance. I gave birth 2 weeks before Jupiter stationed direct on my Ascendant! This time around, I will be taking my first classes towards earning my Masters degree, which will be a huge, positive, expansive leap. Taking any kind of classes, but especially higher education, philosophy, theologically related classes, is an excellent use of Jupiter vibrations. You might find that you are called to travel outside of your typical boundaries literally or metaphorically.
With the luck of Jupiter around for awhile, it doesn't mean we will not experience hardship and suffering. It could mean that we find ourselves more optimistic in dealing with whatever suffering comes our way and more open to the grace that suffering is always an opportunity for. “I am the Universe, experiencing itself from the place we call Here & Now.”
Predictions: Literal expansion of physical body or psyche. Optimistic outlook. Increased self-confidence. Interest in constructive living and spiritual Truth. Interest in higher education, religion, and philosophy. Educational, religious, or cultural Leadership. Travel for pleasure or education. Inflated sense of self-importance. Improved health and vitality. Favor from those in positions of power & authority. Favorable for dealings with those connected to educational, religious, or cultural institutions. Helping those less fortunate. Possible benefit from religious or spiritual retreats. Artistic expression as a means of conveying cultural, social, educational, spiritual or philosophical convictions. Generosity.