Jupiter sextile or trine Saturn usually work to balance each other out. Jupiter is growth while Saturn restricts and Jupiter is summer while Saturn is winter. Ideally, then with these two in soft aspect we should get the best of both worlds and a natural law.
The most positive manifestation of these two would be patience, prudence and a cautious optimism. The native is able to be visionary, ambitious and enthusiastic yet also grounded and realistic. Jupiter expands Saturn’s most positive qualities like being responsible, hard-working and disciplined.
Jupiter Sextile Saturn ~ Aug 27 2017
It was said that the conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn can herald the birth of a great leader, possibly a spiritual one. This would make sense since Jupiter was the god of all gods and Saturn the great authoritarian. Spiritual wisdom then is combined with experience.
Stability & Growth
Jupiter can be quite the seer as he rules speculation, but Saturn would temper any urges to gamble recklessly. Any predictions would be made after much deliberation and reference to past events. This aspect loves to look at graphs and projections and is fascinated by history and cycles in time.
Jupiter sextile or trine Saturn can bring great material success due to Jupiter’s luck combined with Saturn’s industriousness. These folk will never take any good fortune for granted or rest on their laurels. There will aways be another mountain to climb or challenge to set themselves. That said, the trine can be less driven and even lazy at times.. The blossoming action of the sextile makes the native more proactive. Even so, for both aspects it is not very long before they are offered another great project even after they slack odd. Great opportunities seem to fall in their lap, and then they just run with it.
Jupiter/Saturn ~ Soft Aspects
Jupiter Sextile Saturn
Margaret Thatcher had this aspect and you would expect it from a stateswoman. Saturn gave Thatcher her longevity, being that she was in office from 1979 to 1990. Thatcher was iconic of 1980’s Britain. It was a strange decade of stark contrasts, with ostentatious displays of wealth and hedonism (Jupiter) against the shadow backdrop of AIDS and the cold war. (Saturn). There was a feeling of live hard and fast now, for tomorrow you could all be dust.
Thatcher basically took the bull by the horns and “introduced a series of political and economic initiatives intended to reverse high unemployment and Britain’s struggles in the wake of the Winter of Discontent and an ongoing recession.” Thatcher is still a controversial figure, but there is no doubt she brought stability and growth to a country that was on its knees in 1979. As a child I remember vividly the power cuts, travel chaos and rubbish left uncollected in the streets due to trade-union strikes. We all moaned about her, but she was strong on Saturn boundaries and wanted to keep Britain out of the EU.
Thatcher’s rhetoric seemed to be about restricting immigration (At the time the National Front had grown popular.) There were no limits actual set to immigration. In the 80’s net immigration was actually zero as more people were leaving! “The term “Thatcherism” came to refer to her policies as well as aspects of her ethical outlook and personal style, including moral absolutism, nationalism, interest in the individual, and an uncompromising approach to achieving political goals.”
More Jupiter sextile Saturn: Karl Marx, Joseph Goebbels, Robert F. Kennedy, Mark Zuckerberg, Prince, Whitney Houston, Tori Amos, Roger Daltrey, Paul Weller, Toyah Wilcox, Joni Mitchell, Kanye West, Pattie Boyd, Dean Martin, Richard Burton, Warren Beatty, Rock Hudson, Peter Sellers, Kevin Bacon, Alec Baldwin, Michelle Pfeiffer, Nick Cave, Lisa Kudrow, Russell Crowe, Ashton Kutcher, Jane Fonda, Angela Lansbury, Johnny Carson, Jennifer Saunders, Dawn French, Christian Dior, Rembrandt, Malala Yousafzai, Ayn Rand, William Butler Yeats, Teal Scott Swan, Chistiano Ronaldo, Billie Jean King, Keith Haring, Kenisha Berry, Lucky Luciano, Enzo Ferrari, Betty Ford, Release Of Titanic Film.
Jupiter Trine Saturn
Carl Jung was a Swiss psychoanalyst who nowadays would probably considered somewhat of a spiritual guru. Jung is a superb example of blending the best qualities of both Jupiter and Saturn. The structural and analytical approach of Saturn is probably what first impressed Jung’s mentor Sigmund Freud. “Jung’s researches and personal vision, however, made it impossible for him to bend to his older colleague’s dogma and a breach became inevitable. This break was to have historic as well as painful personal repercussions that have lasted to this day.”
Jung was lucky enough to marry an heiress. Because of this fortunate match Jung was not financially dependent on steady clients and was free to pursue his other passions. Jung was also an artist, builder, writer and craftsman as well as being interested in synchronicity, astrology, dream symbolism and the collective unconscious. Jung also was strongly influenced by European mythology and folk psychology.
At age 38 Jung had a midlife isolation period (Saturn) after breaking with Freud. During this time Jung heard voices, saw visions and recorded the experience on small journals which became the ‘Red Book’. “The years… when I pursued the inner images, were the most important time of my life. Everything else is to be derived from this… My entire life consisted in elaborating what had burst forth from the unconscious and flooded me like an enigmatic stream and threatened to break me.”
Jung eventually came out of hibernation and did a great deal of Jupiter travelling around England, the US, East Africa and India. Jung was interested in Alchemy and its similarity to the psychoanalytical process. “ He argued that the alchemical process was the transformation of the impure soul (lead) to perfected soul (gold), and a metaphor for the individuation process” Lead of course is the ruler of Saturn, gold is solar, but equally has Jupitarian qualities.
More Jupiter Trine Saturn: Steve Jobs, Yuri Gagarin, Prince George Of Cambridge, Dodi Fayed, Edward VIII Of The UK, Fidel Castro, Augusto Pinochet, Bruce Willis, Benicio Del Toro, Matt LeBlanc, Rudolph Valentino, Bette Davis, Salma Hayek, Samuel L. Jackson, James Stewart, Kelsey Grammer, Shirley Temple, Laura Dern, Kathleen Turner, Matt Lucas, Paco Rabanne, Gustav Holst, Jessie J, Ozzy Osbourne, Alice Cooper, James Blunt, Cat Stevens, Nina Hagen, Paul Gauguin, Edgar Degas, Jiddu Krishnamurti, Swami Muktananda, Martin Heidegger, Ian Fleming, Ronald & Reginald Kray, Roberto Baggio, Alan Prost, Barrett/Browning Davison, Charles/Di Davison, Newman/Woodward Davison, Madeleines ‘Abduction’.