Jupiter Aspects to North Node

Jupiter Aspects to North Node

Jupiter Conjunct North Node Jupiter Trine North Node Jupiter Square North Node
Jupiter Sextile North Node Jupiter Inconjunct North Node Jupiter Opposite North Node

Note: For semi-sextile, read the sextile. For semi-square, read the square. The same traits and characteristics apply, but they will not be as prominent, as pronounced or as influential as they are with either the sextile or square.

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Jupiter Conjunct North Node: You're popular and fortunate due to an unusual ability to harmonize with prevailing social, educational, religious and cultural conditions. However, you often simply accept the conditions without question or criticism. You may attain success so fast and easily that you don't properly value or use it, which may result in just as fast a downfall. You often take too much for granted.
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Jupiter Trine North Node: Your moral and religious values are compatible with existing social norms. You often gain prominence in religious or social institutions. You're instinctive ability to go with the flow brings popularity and financial gain.
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Jupiter Square North Node: Your religious, educational and moral values conflict with societal expectations. You often have difficulty adjusting to social institutions.
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Jupiter Sextile North Node: You're able to gain the cooperation and approval of society in expansive endeavors. Your religious attitude is usually conventional. Your sense of timing in business or promotional matters is usually good.
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Jupiter Inconjunct North Node: Your religious, educational and moral values may conflict with societal expectations. You may have difficulty adjusting to social institutions.
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Jupiter Opposite North Node: Your endeavors at expanding social, religious or educational boundaries is often a victim of bad timing or clash with the existing and accepted norms. You're able to give an honest and detailed critique of these norms. You may have problems of some sort in foreign countries.
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