Astrology Poll: Jupiter in Aquarius – Be Careful What You Wish For

Since Jupiter moved into Aquarius and has started stirring the atmosphere, there seems to be a sharp increase in the amount of information whipping around the world via the Internet and other technologies – both good and bad. Has anyone else noticed this happening?

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Has anyone had experiences since Jupiter moved into Aquarius that were not what they had anticipated?

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2 thoughts on “Astrology Poll: Jupiter in Aquarius – Be Careful What You Wish For

  1. Matt

    Since Jupiter moved to Aquarius, I started to eat truly a lot, instead before I used to eat a lot less…Now I want always my meals two times more…Also it seems to me, while walking in the streets, to be like a meter up in the air and I’m not in love…On January 5 my mood was very optimistic and I had a one in a million chance to enter a creative contest in a foreign country…I feel a lot more independent…
    My jupiter is in Cancer around 3.00 or 5.00 , I’m Pisces with Virgo rising, moon in Taurus


  2. KayKay

    All ten planets in my natal chart are confined within a biquintile between the moon at 26 Taurus and a Saturn/Neptune conjunction at 21 Libra. The zone from 22 Libra through 25 Taurus is empty, except for my natal north node at 03 Aquarius, with Mars and sun conjunct the south node at 03 Leo.

    Transits through Aquarius always drive me mad! By the time planets reach Aquarius, they’ve already been opposing big chunks of my chart for quite awhile, and my sense of Aquarius is “getting tired of always being in the wrong;” or “getting tired of the constant struggle.” When things hit Aquarius, I usually “get it” that “it’s not a matter of black/white; right/wrong … but a matter of life being a mixed bag, and everyone is different.”

    But getting there is a struggle and often quite tiring! Personally, I usually love transits through Pisces, which provide a long break from oppositions to my natals. Then watch out, because (finally!) it’s time to dance.


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