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Jupiter "The Protector"

Post by admin » Sun Aug 11, 2019 11:59 am

One of Jupiter’s classic roles is “The Protector”, and this is no less reflected in the physical universe by his pulling in passing asteroids or other rubble which would otherwise crash into our little planet Earth. This article reminded me of this part of Jupiter’s ‘role’ as it pertains to astrology:

https://www.space.com/jupiter-impact-fl ... 190810-sdc

A short excerpt: “The planet’s massive gravity tugs asteroids and other space debris toward itself. One group of astronomers has estimated an object 16.5 feet (5-20 meters) across slams into the planet between one and five times a month.

“...Astronomers have already identified more than 20,000 objects hanging around in Earth’s neighbourhood alone, and they know that tally is just a fraction of the total. Such space rocks hit Earth as well, and [Jupiter] PROTECTS EARTH from them...” (paraphrased).

The recent example (7 August): https://www.space.com/7024-jupiter-appa ... eveal.html is only one of many many such instances,

Astrologically this suggests (quite obviously), that even when retrograde - and often appearing to result in not only a ‘lack of luck’ but also a marked lack of growth - Jupiter is catching and protecting us from at least some of the impacts of what might have been even worse than we could imagine.

Of course, and as this article shows with physical Jupiter, he can’t protect us from all and everything - in which case, we have to ‘wear it’, to accept that we went too far, expected to much, or took on too much at some point during his direct motion, and especially if he made any conjunctions, squares or oppositions to natal planets during that period.

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"There are more things...likely to frighten us than there are to crush us; we suffer more often in imagination than in reality." Seneca

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