Jupiter in harmonious aspect to Uranus has such a natural exuberance and zest for life that it attracts luck and positive energy constantly. This aspect thrives on change, novelty and new inventions and will often generate this for themselves and for others.
These people are natural visionaries and inventors who often make their impossible dreams come true. Their sheer faith in future rainbows keeps them focused on doing whatever it takes to get to the pot of gold. This will attract the right people and the right circumstances into their life that help manifest their lofty ambitions.
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A change is as good as a rest for these people so they never end up in a rut. They are never one place long enough either mentally or physically to become stale. This aspect can create a really off-the-wall sense of humour and a surreal mindset. The negative side can be an overly idealistic vision of their Utopia which does not allow for failure, natures imperfections or any concept that messes up their grand symmetry.
The pursuit of ultimate personal freedom and right to express their unique individuality can result in living an elitist and exclusive existence which may not have been the intention but somehow becomes the reality.
Jupiter in soft aspect to Uranus can come up with beautiful blueprints that work “In an ideal world” but falls apart when human frailties and foibles play into it. Generally, this aspect when positively placed in the chart makes manifest grand concepts, bring refreshing change and makes the subject an inspirational and unforgettable mentor to future generations.
Jupiter Uranus Soft Aspects
Jupiter Trine Uranus
Demetra George (19’) is a visionary astrologer (Uranus) and highly-esteemed teacher (Jupiter). Unique amongst traditional astrologers, she uses Ancient Hellenistic techniques alongside what may be seen as a modern archetypical approach.
Demetra works with mythology using the addition of thousands of Asteroids and the new discoveries in our expanded solar system. She is also a great traveler, running tours to sacred sites and lecturing all over the world. It says on her website; “Demetra has been leading tours to sacred sites in Greece, Turkey, India, and Egypt since 1992.”
Republic Of Italy (18’) has the Sun conjunct Uranus in this trine to Jupiter which makes it personal to this country. “The overriding stereotype of Italians is generally that they are all designer suits, flash cars, flashy women and just, well flash..” Uranus gives it flash, while Jupiter is an extravagance, florid style and a passionate nature which is so very Italian.
Richard Branson (18’) is quite an unassuming character but his Virgin Empire is a wide as his Jupiter smile. He was dyslexic, performed badly at school and started his 1st business from the crypt of a church (Jupiter). He became successful by selling records cheaper than the high street outlets.
At the time, marketing laws prohibited discounts on record sales. Richard was a pioneer in lifting the restrictions. A colleague suggested the name Virgin because they were all new (Uranus) at business.
From that, he formed Virgin record company which signed the Sex Pistols when everyone had turned them down. Afterwards, he formed Virgin Atlantic Airways followed by Virgin Mobile. he now has 400 companies and worth £3 Billion. His reason for starting an airline “My interest in life comes from setting myself huge, apparently unachievable challenges and trying to rise above them … from the perspective of wanting to live life to the full, I felt that I had to attempt it.” 
MORE JUPITER TRIME URANUS: Bettie Paige (22’) Aaron Spelling (26’), Donald Trump (26’), Nigella Lawson (26’), Peter Sutcliffe (28’), George W Bush, Edward M Kennedy, Franklin D Roosevelt, Elizabeth Taylor, Johnny Cash, Cher, Sylvester Stallone, Zac Efron, Frida Lyngstad, Neil Young, Jay Leno,
Jupiter Sextile Uranus
M C Escher (27′), Dutch graphic artist whose work (example above) often depicted the impossible. It was mainly printmaking, very architectural and inspired by geometry. As a child he was sickly and placed in a special school, failing academically but excelling in drawing.
Escher traveled extensively throughout Europe and Spain and the highly decorative Islamic palace Alhambra in Granada was a major influence on his art. He met his wife Jetta in Rome, but moved to Switzerland for two years to escape Mussolini’s dictatorship.
Unhappy there, the family moved again to Brussels, but WWII forced another move back to Holland. The most famous of his works was Drawing Hands and Relativity, in which the normal rules of gravity do not apply. Escher’s life clearly reflects the freedom of movement of this aspect and the Uranian need for rejuvenating change.
Napoleon IV Of France (00′); Only child of Emperor Napoleon III. Had to flee France and was exiled to the UK. On the outbreak of the Zulu war he pleaded to be allowed to go fight in Africa, but died at the hand of a Zulu spear. Tony Garnier (08′); French architect whose grand designs had a sociological perspective. He created Une Cite Industrielle, a Utopian way of life for a population of 35000 with no churches or police since it was hoped that the people would be self-governing.