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zicx 06-20-2019 11:43 PM

Jupiter in 2nd as a part of a T-square
 
My Taurus Jupiter(2nd) is opposite Mars in Scorpio(8th) and both square Mercury in Leo(6th). How does this affect earning wealth and motivation?

greybeard 06-21-2019 12:07 AM

Re: Jupiter in 2nd as a part of a T-square
 
Whole chart, whole chart...

Golden Yod 06-21-2019 12:13 AM

Re: Jupiter in 2nd as a part of a T-square
 
Sounds like communication, ideas, etc. can suffer.

Having Jupiter in Taurus 2nd is very strong for creating assets.

katydid 06-21-2019 12:36 AM

Re: Jupiter in 2nd as a part of a T-square
 
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Originally Posted by zicx (Post 980101)
My Taurus Jupiter(2nd) is opposite Mars in Scorpio(8th) and both square Mercury in Leo(6th). How does this affect earning wealth and motivation?

I think there would be motivation for earning and accruing weAlth becAuse of the fixed T-square and the Jupiter in Taurus, which loves to feel secure and financially sound.

But the Scorpio Mars in the 8th might deplete those funds quicker that one would like, because they have many expensive tastes and desires, and many to buy for?

Mercury in Leo in the 6th? Hopefully one's creative skills and talents and co-workers help them attain steady work, writing, communicating, organising talent and resources?

zicx 06-21-2019 06:51 AM

Re: Jupiter in 2nd as a part of a T-square
 
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Originally Posted by greybeard (Post 980104)
Whole chart, whole chart...

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