Sun Conjunct Jupiter ~ Superstar!

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Sun conjunct Jupiter is generally buoyant and often a larger-than-life character. They tend to play god so this is a great leadership combination. Of course, the quality of the leadership all depends on how evolved the soul is, but generally with the conjunction at least, the native does have an innate sense of justice. Sun/Jupiter may overextend and push its luck, but also very quickly back down once they realise they have gone too far. Like a balloon, they inflate easily, but can burst just as easily! These natives can be very flamboyant, but never, ever, threatening.

This energy does not carry any long-term weight, so it won’t stubbornly stick around where it is not wanted. An incredibly amorous and nymph-chasing aspect, that is easily brushed aside if the attentions are unwanted. Sun conjunct Jupiter will cheerfully bounce away to another without any offence.

This aspect is not one to hold a grudge for very long. However, they may act dramatic at times just because they enjoy being theatrical and want to see your reaction. Sun conjunct Jupiter will diffuse tense situations with their famous humour, and if they upset you they will mostly say “I was only joking” and they honestly were. Jupiter is not the most tactful energy, but it pretty much devoid of vindictiveness.

Positively Shiny

Sun conjunction quincunx Jupiter Sun quincunx Jupiter, however, can have problems with self-reflection, and the kinkiness of the quincunx can sometimes cause problems combined with Jupiter’s greedy libido. So these subjects can be quite inappropriate at times sexually without realising it. The quincunx, like the conjunction, cannot see itself, so it is more likely to suffer from grandiosity which they will project onto others. Karmically these folk also need to learn to respect the boundaries of those they are attracted too.

Sun conjunction Jupiter can sometimes function as a hard aspect depending on the sign or the star it is on, in which case this combination can be exceedingly impulsive, reckless and even dangerous to others. Sun conjunct Jupiter negatively can believe that they are so blessed and lucky that they ignore all warnings of the great downfall ahead.

These un-evolved types will not take a hint that their attentions are unwanted and persist to the point where they can be violently rebuked. This is rare though as this shining example of beneficence is generally well-liked and can often generate a large and loyal following.

Most people are drawn to the natural positivity, philosophical outlook and motivating energy that oozes out of these natives. They make natural inspiring teachers and motivators to those who want to improve their lot in life. Sun conjunct Jupiter is also a lucky gambler, they are risk-takers but usually successful in life. The wisest and evolved examples of this aspect make fantastic role models for others.

Sun/Jupiter Natives

Sun Conjunct Jupiter

San Francisco, Louis XVI of France, Genghis Khan, Alex Jones, Joe Rogan, Kanye West, Sheryl Crow, P. J Harvey, Adele, Donna Summer, Robbie Williams, Axl Rose, Charlotte Church, Guy Ritchie, Morgan Fairchild, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Anne Hathaway, Brooke Shields, Eddie Izzard, The Anti-Christ, Franz Kafka, Anais Nin, Joseph Campbell, Susan B Anthony, Rupert Sheldrake, D. H Lawrence, Rudyard Kipling, Jean Piaget, Robert Mapplethorpe, Zoe Lund, Brady/Hindley Davison.

Sun Quincunx Jupiter

World World II, Facebook, Boris Yeltsin, Gary Oldman, Meryl Streep, Bruce Lee, Ricky Gervais, Ray Winstone, Kristin Scott Thomas, Micheal Keaton, Holly Hunter, Vincent Price, Terence Stamp, Tatum O’Neal, Lily Tomlin, John Thaw, Lionel Ritchie, Chrissie Hynde, Bjork, Grace Jones, Robert Smith, Chris Evert, Caravaggio, Richard Strauss, William Reich, Malala Yousafzai, Jeffrey L. Dahmer, Jean-Jacques-Rousseau, Francis of Assisi.

Artwork: “The Sun”. Voyager Tarot © James Wanless james-wanless.com

 More Jupiter Aspects

SUN: Sun sextile/trine Jupiter • Sun square/opposition Jupiter   MOON: Moon Conjunct/Quincunx Jupiter • Moon sextile/trine Jupiter • Moon square/opposition Jupiter  VENUSVenus conjunct Jupiter  MARS:Mars square/opposite Jupiter Mars sextile/trine Jupiter  SATURN: Jupiter trine Saturn.


*The Inconjunct is another word for the quincunx. In traditional astrology, neither the conjunction or the quincunx are technically ‘aspects’ because the planets are too close in distance to ‘see’ the other. The conjunction functions as a blind spot, while the quincunx an adjustment. They share the ‘blindness’,so that is why I have grouped them together. Aspectare is Latin for ‘To observe’, or look at attentively.
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