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Jupiter expands whatever he touches.  He usually spends about 13 months in each zodiac sign.  His job is to bring joy, adventure, open-mindedness, advanced education, travel, global perspectives, and a sense that we are all one big happy family and not so very different from each other.  Because of his expansive tendencies, he brings “prosperity” and “abundance” to whatever concept he is focused on.  If things are good, he brings an abundance of good.  If things are bad, he brings an abundance of bad.


As 2014 begins, Jupiter is still in Cancer and your third house until July 16th when he moves into Leo and your fourth house.


In Cancer, Jupiter becomes far more nurturing.  Cancer is the sign of the home, childhood, mothers, safety, security, a comfortable retirement, and what kind of private life we prefer.  Jupiter brings knowledge, global awareness, and expansion to these topics.  Globally, we are more likely to want to make sure that the world’s children are fed, the poor are sheltered, the sick are healed, etc.  However, Cancer is not a gullible zodiac sign that can be easily tricked into caring for the manipulative, dysfunctional, or lazy.  Cancer is the classic Mother Hen always looking out for her loved ones but also shrewd, intuitive, and not at all afraid to call us out when we are getting out of line.  It is the Mother Hen who not only loves us enough to tell us the truth about ourselves when we are being jerks, but also the same one who will roll up her sleeves and get to work helping us when we are in our time of need.  Jupiter’s time in Cancer could help us globally to become kinder and more caring towards each other, but we will be expected to maintain a realistic and practical outlook while doing so.


For Taurus, Jupiter will be in your third house of interpersonal communications, local community, and commercial activities.  This is the area of the zodiac that governs how you get along with people in your local community, how you voice your opinions, does your word and a handshake mean anything, and how to go about getting your message and/or goods and services shuttled around.  Therefore, cars, local transportation, computers, telephones, email, hometowns, extended family, cousins, siblings, neighbors, community involvement, buying, selling, bartering, negotiations, written and spoken communications, singing, commitments, contracts, and agreements all fall into this area.  These are the areas of your life that Jupiter will be trying to bless over the next year or so.  This is a good time for making business deals.  You could find that business activities involving electronics, telecommunications, transportation, and creating a sense of community are especially blessed as Jupiter moves through your third house.  You could also find that you enjoy spending time with your neighbors and extended family.  Since Jupiter rules over abundance, you could find that you have more relatives, more neighbors, and more clansmen so to speak.  Your community could grow and you could enjoy feeling like one big happy family.  Of course, when other planets clash with Jupiter during his time in your third house, you could also feel overwhelmed and smothered by too much family, too many neighbors, too many people in your local community are asking too much of you, etc.  In general, Jupiter likes to bless us with a sense of adventure and joy, so things should go well for you.


In Leo, Jupiter is ready to have some fun.  This is the planet in charge of travel, open-mindedness, adventure, advanced levels of education, and expansion in the zodiac sign of personal pleasure, lovers, romance, playtime, hobbies, creative talents, pets, children, sports, leisure, luxury, and happiness.  Jupiter will be encouraging everyone to have fun while stretching beyond our comfort zones.  This is an excellent time for everyone to travel with loved ones, vacation, fall in love with exotic strangers, learn new languages, take fascinating college classes (learn to cook Chinese food, or Greek mythology, or how the pyramids were built, study the ancient Sumerian gods, etc.), enjoy getting involved in political, cultural, or religious activities, etc.  Anything that opens our minds to other people’s views, broadens our horizons, and brings a sense of joy and adventure into our lives is encouraged at this time.  Now is the time to make those artistic, creative, romantic, musical, and/or parenting dreams come true.   When things are going well, Jupiter will help us all to move towards happier more creative lives.  However, when other planets clash with Jupiter, he could cause us to become Peter Pan like and to not want to stop playing.  He could tempt us to become too childlike and to not want to focus on grown up responsibilities.  The challenge of course, will be to learn how to balance this wonderful need to play and have fun with real life practicalities.


For Taurus, Jupiter is moving into your fourth house of real estate, housing matters, roommates, parents, childhood issues, safety and security, retirement circumstances, and coming home.  These are the areas of your life that Jupiter is trying to bring good luck and joy to.  Jupiter also helps to bring more knowledge into your home and private life.  You could decorate in a cultural motif, bring more books and educational materials into the home, begin an at-home academic program, learn about and explore other cultures, religions, political views, etc. from the comfort of your own home.  You could also host travelers and houseguests from distant locations.  You could expand the size of your home or increase the number of roommates in your residence.  You could also use this time to increase your retirement savings or help your parents with their retirement and residential matters.  These parental, residential, cultural, academic, and/or retirement-oriented activities will be fun and enlightening.




Saturn creates our personal challenges and “tough love” learning experiences.  He usually spends about two and a half years in each zodiac sign.  His job is to create learning experiences that are often uncomfortable but ultimately quite meaningful.  Saturn rules over karma, cause and effect, ethics, and our sense of civic duty.  Therefore, it is not only important that we learn our life lessons well, but that we also conduct ourselves with honor and integrity while going through these challenges.  If we stay out of trouble, behave ethically, buckle down, and learn our lessons well, then Saturn rewards us with a gift just before he leaves a zodiac sign.  For example, if Saturn were traveling through the area of our charts that deals with professionalism, leadership, and success, then he would teach us some tough lessons about those concepts.  Then, if we learned lessons about professional reputations, taking on leadership roles, etc., and we behaved ourselves while doing so, Saturn would reward us with a job promotion, professional kudos, public recognition, etc.  We would be better at our jobs, better at leading our companies and communities, and/or we would be better at marketing and advertising ourselves.  If, on the other hand, we did not learn any lessons about our professional conduct, leadership style, etc., or we were unethical, blamed others for our problems, cheated, lied, etc. then Saturn would simply move on to the next zodiac sign and we would have nothing to show for all the drama and trouble that we had just endured.  Saturn gets a bad reputation because many people think he is simply mean for the sake of being mean.  When in actuality, he is like a “tough love” parent forcing us to grow up and act like responsible adults.  Might not be very fun, but the rewards are well worth it.


As 2014 begins, Saturn is still in Scorpio and your seventh house until December 23rd when he enters Sagittarius and your eighth house.


In Scorpio, Saturn finds himself in friendly territory.  Scorpio rules over things like trust, loyalty, and profits.  While Saturn rules over an area of the zodiac that focuses on civic duty, professionalism, success, and leadership.  Saturn rules over karma and Scorpio rules over trust.  Saturn is very comfortable traveling through Scorpio.  While in Scorpio, Saturn will be testing us, teaching us, challenging us, and/or revealing karma owed concerning the topics of trust and sharing, intimacy, fidelity, spousal and child support, joint assets, joint ventures, investments, stocks, commissions, royalties, tips and gratuities, inheritances, loans, lotteries, taxes, and other forms of profit sharing.  Scorpio also rules over hidden agendas, secret motivations, deep psychological issues, and those times when we want to hide away in our secret cave to lick our wounds and heal from some harsh battle, emotional trauma, etc. that we have endured.  Scorpio brings us the life-death-rebirth cycles and the Phoenix Rising phenomena.  Those who have been greedy, selfish, and irresponsible with investments, stocks, and other profit sharing activities could find that karma is not so kind to them.  Globally, we might find that it is time to revamp our financial systems and to make things more fair, honest, and equitable.  Scorpio also rules over romantic commitments, fidelity, and the sharing of intimate secrets.  Saturn will expect us all to conduct ourselves more ethically within our love lives and to not be selfish or dishonest with our lovers.


For Taurus, Saturn is still focusing his “tough love” teaching moments on your marriage, best friends, business partners, rivals, enemies, and competitors (think yin-yang) sector.  Your closest romantic, social, and professional partnerships are being tested.  You could be forced to reconsider what kind of partners you choose, why you choose them, or how you go about choosing them.  You could also be forced to examine what kind of partner you are.  Are you a joy to partner with?  Are you high maintenance and demanding?  Do you give as much as you take?  Are you fair, fun, helpful, spoiled, etc.?  If your partnerships are all doing well, then you could find that your rivals, enemies, adversaries, and competitors are teaching you a thing or two about battle and competition.  Do you fight fair?  Are you a wimp that allows your competitors to walk all over you?  Do you need to learn to stand up for yourself?  Do you need to learn to be more ethical and fair when competing?  Do you need to learn how to compete?  Or worse, is a competitor trying to seduce your partner away from you?  Remember Saturn’s love of morals, ethics, karma, integrity, and long-term planning.  This will be key to your ability to “win” in the end.


In Sagittarius, Saturn is a bit complicated.  Sagittarius is a smart, independent, adventurous zodiac sign.  Sagittarius people are notorious freedom-lovers, and yet, Sagittarius rules over the rules of society.  Mass media, philosophy, academia, cultural awareness, travel, languages, laws, religions, the rules of society, and the gatekeepers of knowledge are all Sagittarian topics.  While Saturn travels through Sagittarius, he could really hammer home the idea that we all need to abide by the rules in order for civilized society to function.  If the rules only apply to some people and not to others, then things begin to fall apart.  Saturn could challenge universities, legal systems, cultural beliefs, the media, etc. to take a closer look at themselves and to upgrade, update, modify, transform, etc. according to what is needed in today’s global society.  As individuals, we can be forced to look at our own bigotry and our place in a global society.  The Internet has made it impossible for us to ever go back to pretending that our own local community is “the norm” and that everyone else is weird and different.  We are all weird and different and that is “the norm”.  Saturn can challenge careers involving travel, tourism, global awareness, religions, universities, publishing, mass media, etc.  He can also shine a light on what is wrong with those industries and help them to see how they can grow, adapt, and modify in order to once again thrive.  Saturn’s goal is not to destroy these things, but to hold up a mirror for self-analysis and honest reflection.  


For Taurus, Saturn is entering your eighth house of trust and sharing, intimacy, fidelity, loyalty, joint finances, spouse’s income, commissions, royalties, stock options, loans, inheritances, and other forms of profit sharing.  The eighth house is about “ours”, our bodies, our finances, our assets, our ability to trust and share, and therefore things like selfishness, greed, loyalty, and fidelity are touched upon when Saturn travels through this area of someone’s chart.  While in the seventh house, the lessons were about who you partner with, now they are about who you trust.  They were about what kind of partner you are; now they are about how trustful you are.  It can still affect your partnerships, but the lessons are more specific and less generic.  When Saturn passes through this area of someone’s chart, they are often challenged with financial problems, sexual dramas, and/or trust issues.  Lessons in loyalty, fidelity, and/or fair distributions of profits could be tough on you over the next couple of years.  It is also possible that you could get along wonderfully with a spouse or business partner, but they are going through tough financial times and they are unable to contribute their fair share to the partnership.  Or they could be going through trust issues or sexual challenges that are somehow negatively affecting you.  Saturn’s travels through your eighth house does not mandate that someone is unfaithful or that someone is selfish and greedy.  It just means that “trust and sharing” are the topics that Saturn will focus his next batch of “learning experiences” on.  




Uranus is the eccentric genius, rebellious teenager, and social networking guru of the zodiac.  He usually spends about 7 years in each zodiac sign.  He rules over friends, teams, clubs, committees, professional associations, networking, science, interconnectivity, electricity, and the Internet.  He can bring teamwork, friendships, networking, and a sense of belonging to something bigger than ourselves into our lives.  He can also bring stubbornness, eccentricity, rebellion, and perversity.  This is because at his core, he is trying to convince us to be our unique individual selves but also to be a great team player.  Thus, like a teenager, he is trying to find himself while being very susceptible to peer pressure.  Those who master Uranus’ teachings often make charming and charismatic leaders.  Uranus also encourages us to think outside the box and brings a certain eclectic brilliance into our lives.  Like the eccentric genius and the rebellious teenager, he brings pleasant surprises and unexpected chaos.  Uranus promotes humanitarian ideals like brotherhood, “all for one and one for all”, and “united we stand, divided we fall.”  He is not asking us to be sheeple following the crowd mentality with blind faith.  He is asking us to know our unique gifts and to be strong enough in our self-knowledge to be able to work well in a team and to be able to socialize without losing our sense of individuality.


As 2013 begins, Uranus is still in Aries and your twelfth house where he will stay for the next few years.


There are zodiac signs where Uranus shines and is emboldened to bring about wonderful brotherly love and incredible scientific advances, like when he was in his own zodiac sign, Aquarius from the middle of 1995 until the early part of 2003.  While there, the everyday use of the Internet took root and blossomed.  Prior to that, he was in Capricorn building the systems of the Internet.  Yes, the Internet has been around for a long time, but it was during the time that the planet in charge of the Internet was traveling through the zodiac sign in charge of the Internet, that the Internet seriously began to grow and expand into the incredible tool that it is today.  


From 2003 until 2010, Uranus was in Pisces.  Here he was somewhat subdued.  Pisces rules over the hidden forces that work behind the scenes.  Things like mental health, secrets, self-destruction, addictions, spiritual mysteries, bureaucracies, and “fogginess” are ruled by Pisces.  Therefore, we now have gambling, pornography, and other self-destructive activities available online.  We also have government bureaucracies trying to legislate for or against Net Neutrality and spam.  We have all kinds of spiritual, mental health, self-help, and “positive attitude” information readily available as well.  Is it any wonder that people became addicted to the Internet?  On the other hand, Uranus’ time in Pisces helped us to befriend people from all over the world that we otherwise would not have gotten to know.  Global brotherhood became much easier to encompass.  Pisces believes in sacrificing for the greater good and Uranus is a huge fan of humanitarianism.  Together, they brought us websites that work to educate and promote helping those less fortunate in other countries.  Uranus within Pisces helped us show our support to protestors in foreign countries and helped us send money and prayers to earthquake, tsunami, flood, and other disaster victims.  Uranus was “foggy” and stifled within Pisces, but not without his charms and brilliance.


Once Uranus moved into Aries, he began to have some fun.  Aries is innovative, entrepreneurial, competitive, and loves being the first one to come up with a new idea.  Uranus is in love with new technology, teamwork, being unique while being part of something bigger than one’s self, and a brainstorming genius.  Both are extroverted, social, and stubborn.  Both are clever, fast, and pride themselves on their uniqueness.  Globally, we will probably see the Internet and new technology take off like crazy.  It will be interesting to see how the planet of teamwork and brotherly love affects the world while in the zodiac sign of warriors and “me first!”  Does “me” or “we” prevail?  It seems to me that this is a “we the people” time in history.  Governments, corporations, dictators, and others that would try to control the ignorant masses could find that “we the people” is a stronger and more passionate force to be reckoned with than what is expected.  The peasants might appear to be fat and lazy or uneducated and unorganized, but Uranus within Aries creates a lovely energy for uniting people under a single cause and motivating groups to move in unison.  We will see more of this in the voting booths as well as in the public marches and demonstrations.


For Taurus, Uranus is still in your twelfth house of mental health, attitudes, addictions, self-destruction, secrets, intuition, spiritual mysteries, charities, bureaucracies, and hidden forces working behind the scenes.  When other planets clash with Uranus, he will bring chaotic mood changes, stubbornness, and/or unexpected issues involving deception, delusion, bureaucracies, and “fogginess”.  Problems involving government agencies, hospitals, prisons, large corporations, and other institutions could seemingly pop up out of nowhere.  When other planets work nicely with Uranus or they just leave him alone to do his own thing, he will be working hard on your behalf to bring a friendly, funny, upbeat joy to your moods.  He will bring sudden flashes of inspiration, brilliant brainstorming, and an intuitive ability to work with groups of people into your life.  Corporate websites and working in big technology based companies could prove quite interesting and profitable at this time.  You could also find you are hit with a bit of an independent streak and might want to strike out on your own professionally or spiritually.  Allowing yourself this kind of freedom could be quite uplifting emotionally.




Neptune tries to bring emotional well-being, spirituality, and a bit of magic to whatever he touches.  Unfortunately, he also has a tendency to bring self-destruction, bureaucracies, and gullibility too.  He usually spends about 14 years in each zodiac sign.  Neptune rules over mental health, attitudes, intuition, secrets, spiritual mysteries, paranormal activities, charities, bureaucracies, and other hidden forces that work behind the scenes.  If things are good, he brings compassion and a touch of magic.  If things are bad, he brings delusions and fogginess.


As 2013 begins, Neptune is still in Pisces and your eleventh house.  He will stay here until 2025.


In Pisces, Neptune is literally at home.  Neptune rules over Pisces and the concepts of mental health, attitudes, addictions, self-destruction, dishonesty, gullibility, emotional well-being, inner peace, intuition, secrets, spiritual mysteries, paranormal activities, charities, hospitals, prisons, corporations, bureaucracies, and other hidden forces that work behind the scenes.  Neptune is stronger here than he has been in a very long time.  He will do his best to bring out the loving, compassionate, peaceful, charitable, and magical elements of Pisces.  However, there will be times when other planets are clashing with Neptune and he will instead bring deceit, delusion, and bureaucratic red tape into our lives.


For Taurus, Neptune is still blessing your eleventh house of friends, teams, clubs, committees, professional associations, networking, and the Internet.  The idealism of Neptune causes you to want to befriend like-minded people that see the world from your same perspective.  This can be a lovely time for finding your own kind and creating a lovely social community.  However, you could also find that you are gullible and easily tricked by friends during Neptune’s travel through this area of your chart.  Or you could find that you are trying to “heal” and “fix” friends who do not need or do not want to be helped.  You will have to be careful to make sure that your intentions are based in reality and that your friends are being honest with you and with themselves.




Pluto psychoanalyzes, empowers, and/or heals whatever he touches.  He has an uneven pattern and can spend as little as 13 years or as much as 32 years in any given zodiac sign.  His job is to uncover the hidden truths within our lives and to either empower us with passion and self-righteousness, or to heal us by forcing us to go through a Phoenix Rising type of experience.  It can be painful to endure Pluto’s scrutiny, but it can ultimately prove to be incredibly uplifting.  Personal rebirth is often the result of Pluto’s passage through certain areas of the zodiac.  Pluto rules over trust and sharing.  It is often through hidden motivations, hidden assets, hidden agendas, hidden resources, and/or through loyalty and fidelity matters that we find out what we are really made of and we find out what our partners are really made of.  Pluto can reveal gifts, assets, stamina, and psychological resources that we had no idea existed within ourselves.  And Pluto can reveal the selfish, greedy, and emotionally crippling aspects of ourselves too.  All too often, he uses our need for sexual intimacy and financial teamwork (trust and sharing) to teach us these lessons.  The reason that Scorpios are known to be so revengeful is because Scorpio co-rules over the trust and sharing concepts with Pluto.  Breaking trust is the worst thing you can do to a Scorpio.  From Scorpio’s perspective, nothing could possibly be more important than the ability to trust others.


As 2013 begins, Pluto is still in Capricorn and your ninth house.  He moved into this area of your life in 2008 and will stay here until January 2024.


In Capricorn, Pluto focuses on doing the right thing because it is the right thing to do.  Capricorn rules over professionalism, leadership, goals and aspirations, success, civic duty, public recognition, and earning the respect of our peers.  Remember earlier when we talked about Saturn and how he teaches us about karma, cause and effect, and “tough love” style life lessons.  Saturn rules Capricorn and so Capricorn embraces the concepts of “tough love”, doing one’s civic duty, and ideas like “If I don’t take care of this, who will?”  When in Sagittarius, Pluto promoted exploring the world and all of the various cultures, peoples, religions, etc.  Sagittarius promoted freedom to explore and to dabble in various religious and cultural teachings.  The idea that all religions are more alike than different and therefore we can pick and choose bits and pieces of the ones we like is a very Sagittarian approach to religion and spirituality.  We focused on global travel, politics, and mass media.  Pluto had a good time digging deep down into the truth about our political beliefs, our religious practices, our international diplomacy, and such.  Now, he is focusing on the business systems, ethics, integrity, and professionalism of our world.  Do the large corporations follow ethical business practices?  Do we have integrity in our government agencies?  Do we as individuals, as communities, as states, as countries… do we take on a parental role and look out for those in need or do we focus on our own personal agendas?  It may not feel like a lot of fun, but this is the perfect energy for fixing the economic system, the environmental policies, the human rights violations, the health care system, welfare programs, voting fraud, etc.  Big systems that are broken can be fixed, healed, restructured, and/or demolished in a smart and tenacious manner.  We have the planet of passion, truth, and rebirth focused on the zodiac sign of responsibility, integrity, and leadership.


For Taurus, Pluto is still in your ninth house of long distance travel, languages, foreigners, relocations, cultures, politics, laws, religions, mass media, and global awareness.  You could find that these are all industries that could be very profitable for you over the next few years.  Taurus lawyers, judges, clergy, professors, public speakers, broadcasters, publishers, and those of you working in tourism and travel industries are all going to benefit greatly from hosting Pluto in this sector.  If you do not work in one of these ninth house industries, then you could find that global matters, advanced knowledge, traveling, exploring, philosophy, and foreigners are all areas of great passion for you while Pluto is in this area of your chart.  Perhaps you have always wanted to live abroad, teach, go back to college, publish your writing, or explore other people's cultures.  Pluto could give you the passion and tenacity needed to make these types of dreams come true.





There are times during this year when these big slow moving planets clash with each other and create a huge uproar in everyone’s life and there are times when they team up together to accomplish great things in our lives.  More detailed forecasts explaining how these slow moving planets will interact with each other (including how the faster more temperamental planets will affect us) are also available.


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