Progressed Jupiter sextile Progressed MC

Fabster

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Still in the learning stages, but looking a bit ahead, I notice that my progressed Jupiter in Virgo (26°38') will be sextile to my progressed Midheaven in Scorpio (26° 38') on that date. I was told that this would have a significant impact on me, but I do not seem to be able to figure out when this would end for some reason. Not sure whether my mind is fried, but was wondering whether anyone would be able to provide guidance on that. Any feedback would be much appreciated, as always.
 

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JUPITERASC

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Still in the learning stages, but looking a bit ahead, I notice that my progressed Jupiter in Virgo (26°38') will be sextile to my progressed Midheaven in Scorpio (26° 38') on that date. I was told that this would have a significant impact on me, but I do not seem to be able to figure out when this would end for some reason. Not sure whether my mind is fried, but was wondering whether anyone would be able to provide guidance on that. Any feedback would be much appreciated, as always.
progressed Planets are nothing more than very very slow moving transits very internal in nature, more likely to affect you mentally than physically. That doesn't mean progressions don't affect you physically, they can, for example a Planet progressing into the 6th House or the 6th House Ruler progressing into the 8th or 12th House or into certain aspects with the rulers of the 6th, 8th or 12th Houses can signify an illness.
The symbolism is "day-for-a-year" so each day after your birthday is one year of your life. Generally, you want to look at 120 days, which is 120 years of your life. Yes, I know you're not going to live 120 years, but none of you are special. When you die, the Solar System does not grind to a halt; it continues moving. Your chart lives on, even after you die. There are somethings you might want to know about. Is your Will contested? Does your Estate end up in Probate Court? Does the government seize your Estate? Do your children fight over it? Does your spouse remarry? Maybe you want to comeback and haunt your spouse (or protect your spouse). Do your children marry, divorce, have more children, do your grandchildren marry etc.
Here's a snippet from my progressions At age 19, my natal Venus progressed to conjunct the 9th House Cusp at 25° Cancer. How do you interpret that? The 9th House Cusp is Cancer ruled by my Moon in my natal 4th House. What is the 9th House? Among things, it's long journeys. 4th House is the home. I left the United States and didn't return for about 10 years. See? It ain't so hard.

At age 23 my Venus progressed into the Sign of Leo. I got married. Because Venus progressed into Leo? Not entirely. My natal Mercury was Stationary in the natal 7th House, then it went Retrograde and then it went direct at age 26. In reality, I was actually 25 1/2 years old when Mercury went Direct in my 7th House of Relationships.

That is one of the advantages of writing out your progressions. When you see something like that, natal Venus progressed into the 9th House then into the Sign of Leo while Mercury goes Direct, you want to actually do a chart for that time period and then also look at the transits so you can get a sense of the timing (in this case transiting Moon conjunct Ascendant).

When I was 28, natal Sun changed Signs and entered Cancer. Did I become a Cancer? No, but I did take on some of the traits of Cancer. I became more sensitive, very emotional and extremely traditional, plus I took on a few of the negative characteristics, like brooding and being way too cautious.

When my Ascendant progressed into Sagittarius, I did not become a Sagittarius, but I did take on a few traits, like being really straightforward, to the point of being very blunt, and also broadminded and quite the procrastinator.

The other benefit to writing out your progressions is that if you don't know the houses, signs, elements and natures (and that would be about 80% of you), then you will when you're done. The elements trine, the natures oppose and square, sextiles are always Fire/Air or Earth/Water etc.

Often in your life you might notice periods where your relationship with your children, spouse, parents, friends, co-workers or supervisors is a little testy and irritating. I guarantee you'll always find a semi-sextile or semi-square there. And the advantage of knowing that in advance is that you can take a "time-out," give yourself a "yellow card," take a different approach or do other things to make your life and everyone else's more pleasant.

Aspect orbs for progressions are 30' to 1° maximum. In addition to aspects, Planets changing Signs, Houses or going Direct or Retrograde are very important to note. For Planets that go Direct or Retrograde, flip ahead in the ephemeris and look to see if any transiting Planets are conjunct that point, because it will be emphasized. The same is true if a progressed Planet goes Direct or Retrograde at the pre-natal eclipses or the last Moon before birth (which will either be a Full Moon or a New Moon).

What if a progressed Planet goes Direct or Retrograde at the same point where there is a transiting Eclipse or New/Full Moon for that month? I don't know, but note it and look at it in detail later. You can ignore Lunar Eclipses after 3 months, but for Solar Eclipses it'll depend on the nature of the Sign (ie 3 months for Cardinal, 6 months for Mutable and 12 months for Fixed).


After you make your list or table, look at past events and see if you can make sense of them. As I said, not everything will manifest itself in a way that you can physically see.

Once you get a feel for past events, you can start looking at future events.
 

Fabster

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Although very caustic, Bob Zemco did have a lot of valuable things to say-I kind of miss him!
Indeed, very precise. Those aspects re: progressions, I understand. I was primarily wondering how long that progression would last since it seems so significant in the report I was provided.
 

Frisiangal

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Hi,
The chart style you use does not provide degrees of planets but at a rough guess using the planetary ephemeris, Jupiter was retrograde at the time of your birth in early May 1969. It turned direct around your 18th year.
Jupiter is a slow motion planet, so its natal aspect to M.C. is from birth, even if you did not fully utilise its potential till it turned direct.
It reached its natal position as direct during your 36th year, and completed the sextile to natal M.C. many, many years later.

Unfortunately I have never studied the method that would place a progressed M.C. at a degree lower than its natal degree. As far as I am aware it always has forward motion only.

:smile:
 

Fabster

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Indeed, very precise. Those aspects re: progressions, I understand. I was primarily wondering how long that progression would last since it seems so significant in the report I was provided.
And thank you for your feedback. Always appreciated, Dr. Farr.
 

Fabster

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Hi,
The chart style you use does not provide degrees of planets but at a rough guess using the planetary ephemeris, Jupiter was retrograde at the time of your birth in early May 1969. It turned direct around your 18th year.
Jupiter is a slow motion planet, so its natal aspect to M.C. is from birth, even if you did not fully utilise its potential till it turned direct.
It reached its natal position as direct during your 36th year, and completed the sextile to natal M.C. many, many years later.

Unfortunately I have never studied the method that would place a progressed M.C. at a degree lower than its natal degree. As far as I am aware it always has forward motion only.

:smile:
Thank you for taking the time to provide this information. Appreciated!
 

JUPITERASC

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Although very caustic, Bob Zemco did have a lot of valuable things to say-I kind of miss him!
Indeed, very precise. Those aspects re: progressions, I understand. I was primarily wondering how long that progression would last since it seems so significant in the report I was provided.
JUPITER requires twelve years to orbit SUN once :)
and so Natally
occupies each HOUSE for one YEAR

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