xpanded vision. Seeing far and wide. Broad horizons. A desire for wide-open spaces. Born free. Visionary. The eyes of the world. World vision. Cultural vision. Cultural exposure. The ability to see from another’s viewpoint. Growing your viewpoint. Opening your eyes to the world. Future vision. Seeing the possibilities. Expanding to take in the larger picture. Seeing the broad overlay. Life is an adventure. Life is a journey. Move first, pack later. Looking for adventure. Up for anything. Big bouncy fun. Enthusiasm. A casual manner. A relaxed and joyful attitude. A positive outlook. Everything will work out. Everything will fall into place. A leisurely pace. Taking it easy. Big Lebowski. Self-satisfied. C’est la vie. A comedian. A Buddha.
Search for meaning in everyday life. Finding meaning as you go along. Seeing the big picture. Expanded perception. Taking it all in. Seeing opportunities. Seeing opportunities for growth. Trying your luck. Putting caution to the wind. Entering situations with gusto. Boldness has magic in it. Seeking more education. Becoming a teacher. Seeking a teacher. Traveling to foreign lands to become inspired. Traveling to foreign places to expand your world view. Liking to be around people who have different culture and customs than you do. Filtering life through a meaningful lens. Finding meaning in everything. Inability to buckle down and get to work. Wanderlust. Stars in your eyes. “Backpacking through Europe.” Having a hostel punch pass. Accumulated frequent flyer miles. A-list preferred member on travel sites. REI club member. When’s the next X Games?
Judgments from on high. The judge. The proclaimer. The preacher. The prophet. Leading with opinions. A talker rather than a listener. Not allowing others their turn to express opinions. Preconceived notions. Not listening to others because you’re too enamored with your own opinions. Feeling that you’re better than everyone. Deep thinking doesn’t mean you’re better. Broad vision doesn’t mean you’re better. Sometimes luck is just luck. Sometimes you make your own luck. Don’t take good fortune for granted. Recognize your good fortune by giving back to others. Prone to exaggeration. Pomposity. Arrogance. Better than thou attitude. Looking down on people. Interest in world culture, events, and politics. Seeing plenty rather than lack. A stoic surface. The ability to take more and bounce back. Gaining fortitude. Conscious awareness and conscience. Having innate faith. Believing in your own vision. Believing in your path. Getting the most out of life. Leaps of faith. Keeping a sense of humor. Not getting pulled down into the muck of life. Retaining an optimistic outlook. Bouncy castles. Learning to relax. Learning to unwind. Taking a step back.
Having a big presence. Making an impact. Wanting to experience a range of life experiences. Knowledge through first-hand experience. A hands-on approach to embracing your role in life. Taking on big roles. Playing Dad. Playing God. Playing The Thinker. Playing the King. Playing The Ruler. Playing The Priest. Playing The Fool. Philosophic outlook. Interest in world affairs. Interest in politics. Taking risks. Prospecting. Justice. Truth. Preaching. Right and wrong. Talking at people rather than to them. Loving the sound of your own voice. Teaching. the accumulation of knowledge. the search for meaning. You seem foreign. You grow up in foreign surroundings. You’re dealings are with foreigners. You deal with big wigs. You deal with the wealthy. You deal with influencers. You run in big circles. Extra of whatever is represented by the sign that Jupiter is in.
People with Jupiter / Ascendant Aspects:
- Antonio Banderas (actor): Jupiter quintile Ascendant
- Barry Bonds (baseball player): Jupiter quincunx ascendant
- Robert Altman (director): Jupiter sextile ascendant
- Benjamin Bratt (actor): Jupiter quincunx ascendant
- Jacques Chirac: Jupiter quincunx ascendant
- James Dean (actor): Jupiter square Ascendant
- Bonny Lee Bakley (gangster, Bonny & Clyde): Jupiter biquintile ascendant
- First Impressions
- What’s right in front of your face
- Our affect on others
- How we take initiative
- First focus