Jupiter / Descendant Aspects

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Partners in adventure. Getting beyond your current viewpoint. Opening up to a world of possibilities. Open to others. The expanse of relationship. Love on the horizon. You grow through relationship. You and your partner get fat together. Backpacking through Europe with your best friend or partner. Having a partner with whom to share wanderlust. Getting lost together on a trek. Camping buddies. Having a significant partner who opens your world. Your partner opens you to adventure. Epic love. Love that fills ten volumes. Going on a vision quest with your partner. Exploring consciousness with a partner. Having someone with whom to explore the big questions in life. Traveling philosophers.

Global business. Big business. Foreign trade. Dealing with the big-time players. Meetings with CEOs, meetings with heads of state, meetings with industry leaders. Foreign diplomats. Global diplomats. Big news on equality. Huge meetings with equals. Huge negotiations. Hammering out massively influential laws. Getting everybody on the same footing. Treating foreigners as equals. Openness to the other. With bad aspects, foreigners as enemies. Inability to compromise with people from a different background. Unwilling to find things in common with others. Over-emphasizing differences. Bloated sense of alike-ness. Assuming others like or agree with you. Milking relationships. Over-staying your welcome. Taking advantage. Not pulling your weight. Attracting an indulgent, lazy, good-for-nothing partner. Jabba the Hutt.

Marrying a fat cat. Marrying money. Marrying a foreigner. Marry a world traveler or foreign correspondent. Leaving the country for marriage. Mail-order brides. Marriage for luxury. Destination weddings. Attracting a generous partner. Attracting a philosophical partner. Your partner or best friend is foot loose and fancy free. Your significant other doesn’t really want to put roots down. Your partner has a wealthy and/or foreign background. Partners in wealth. Globetrotters. In the lap of luxury. Marrying royalty. Marrying big. A lavish wedding.

Expecting a fair and ethical exchange in marriage. Expecting ethical transactions in business. Green business. Fair trade businesses. Ethics of laws. Copyright laws. Signing a prenuptial agreement. Foreign law. Getting married in a foreign country, and the ramifications of that. The vast expanse of intimate relationship. Wanting to try the gamut of relationship possibilities. Commitment issues. So many possibilities! Casual relationships. Casual encounters. Not taking relationships seriously. Easy come, easy go. Live and let live. Openness with the public. Someone who is easy to talk to.

Devotional marriage. Marrying God. Having a relationship with God. Having a relationship with the divine. Brides of Christ. Marriage as an act of faith. Strong views on religion and marriage. Opinionated about marriage – it has laws and should be done a certain way. Arranged marriages. Blind faith in your partner. Blind faith in cultural biases, beliefs, and mores. Marriage is the natural order of things. A couple devoted to God above all else. Your culture and its customs have an inordinate amount of influence on your intimate relationships. Marrying out of custom rather than out of love. Marrying into a foreign culture or religion. Partnerships that are bigger than the two individuals involved in them. Educational partners. Missionaries. Luck in marriage. Luck in lawsuits.

No wonder psychedelics are threatening to an authoritarian religious hierarchy. You don’t need faith to benefit from a psychedelic experience, let alone a priest or even a shaman to interpret it. What you need is courage—courage to drink the brew, eat the mushroom, or whatever it is, and then to pay attention, and make of it what you will. Suddenly, the tools for direct contact with the transcendent other (whether you call it God or something else) is taken from the hands of an anointed elite and given to the individual seeker.
– Dennis McKenna

Planets in aspect to the Descendant are also usually in aspect to the Ascendant. Posts will be split up between Ascendant and Descendant to show the different point of view that each of the angles brings to the natal chart. To learn about the flip-side of Jupiter/Descendant aspects, read Jupiter/Ascendant Aspects.

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People with Jupiter/descendant aspects:

  • Louisa May Alcott (author, Little Women): conjunction
  • Julia Child (chef): conjunction
  • Chris Griscom (spiritual leader): opposition
  • Michelle Kwan (figure skater): Jupiter opposition
  • Dennis McKenna (Terence's brother): opposition
  • P.D. James (author): square
  • Ken Kesey (author, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest): square
  • Karen Hamaker-Zondag (astrologer): trine
  • Brandon Lee (Bruce's son): sextile
  • Marcia Gay Harden (actress): semi-square
  • Maggie Nalbandian (astrologer, founder of Kepler College): semi-sextile
  • Les Paul (guitarist & inventor): biquintile
  • Oscar Pistorius (Olympic athlete, accused murderer): quincunx
  • Molly Ringwald (actress, 16 Candles): sesquiquadrate
  • Dennis Rodman (basketball player): quadranovile
  • Buzz Aldrin (2nd man on the moon): quadranovile
  • Marquis de Sade (founder of sadism): decile

References used in this post:

http://www.azquotes.com/author/45192-Dennis_McKenna

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  • LB

    My Jupiter in Scorpio (conjunct Mercury-Neptune) is trine my Neptune-ruled Descendant in Pisces. What you wrote about having a relationship with the divine, and of needing to share a mutual faith with partners really resonated with me. My husband’s Sun-Neptune are conjunct my Neptune-Mercury-Jupiter which helps a lot!
    Jupiter rules my IC/4th house cusp ~ I was either a nun in a former life and/or will probably live a similar life of devotion in the future. With Jupiter in the 3rd ,I can see myself happily working side by side with other ‘sisters’ and ‘brothers’ in pursuit of something greater than myself. And I guess you could say I also have other-worldly relationships (Pisces) with souls who are no longer with us and who sometimes use me as their voice (3H Jupiter in Scorpio).
    As always, great insight Michelle.:)

    • Thank you for reading and sharing, LB.

  • Acharya Balkishan

    Information on “Jupiter descendant aspects”, is very nice . Some of the points in this article

    is very good. Very cool article , i really like to read more about your article.

  • Tamara

    Do all the good stuff happen with the sesquiquadrate???

    • Well, if you go by what Sue Tompkins says, then it’s quite possible that your Jupiter-descendant aspect will manifest outwardly. Chances are, because the sesq. is a hard aspect, the outward events will be something more than “good.” It’s likely you’ll have very real encounters with others that open you up. How you perceive those encounters may have a lot to do with how resistant you are to opening up.

      • Tamara

        Ooohk that makes sense thanks michelle😊