The interpretation examples that we are suggesting are very far from being exhaustive: they only show and outline a general frame describing the issues of the combination between a zodiac Sign and a planetary family. They should therefore not be taken literally. Each being brings indeed its own responses, more or less original, to the questions raised by the different combinations zodiac Signs and planetary families. There is no magic formula. Through using the R.E.T. and of the Theory of Ages, and combining logic, observation and imagination, you will be able to develop a thousand other possible meanings, a thousand other variations on the same theme. To find out which Planets and which Signs are dominant in your birth chart, do not hesitate to visit our website and build your free mini-astrological portrait thanks to our software Astrosoft.
A detailed interpretation of the meanings of a dominant Jupiter in Scorpio will soon be available on our website. In the meantime, we offer you the interpretation sections below. The first one begins by summarizing the meanings of a dominant Jupiter (without Sign): the characteristics of the Planet in itself prevail indeed over the characteristics of the Planet in Sign.
The two subsequent sections give an overview of the combinations between Planets and Signs by associating Scorpio on the one hand with the R.E.T. characteristics of Jupiter on the other hand : Extensive existence (‘E’) and intensive representation (‘r’). Keep in mind that these texts are only valid when the relevant R.E.T. families are dominant as a whole : Jupiter-Mars-Saturn for the ‘E’ family and Sun-Jupiter-Uranus for the ‘r’ family. To deduce the characteristics associated with Jupiter alone, you will have to disregard the characteristics associated with Mars and Saturn for the ‘E’ family, as well as the characteristics associated with the Sun and Uranus for the ‘r’ family.
Extensive existence : You are above all an organized pragmatic person. Dynamic, jovial, bon vivant, proactive, you take absolutely seriously the realities of existence, of which you intend not losing any opportunity. You have some know-how, some common sense, a practical logic that enables you to tackle concrete problems head-on and to use them in your best interests. Empirical and reasonable, regardful of economic prosperity, you know how to get simple, useful and profitable lessons out of your experiences. You know how to put some order in your perception of things, to discipline your daily life, to hierarchize your desires and needs, to regulate your activity according to some precise norms. Confident, self-assured, you feel at ease in the world of material realities that you turn into a springboard for your ambitions. Expansive, cheerful, rather optimistic, you give yourself the means to be able to enjoy healthily and in abundance the good things in life, without ever losing sight of your practical interests. Each of your actions is useful, productive, organized, directed towards a specific purpose.
Intensive representation : You know what you want, and you give yourself the necessary means to get it. Ambitious, full of authority, imperious, regardful of your social impact, you intend to fully play the role that is yours within the society you belong to. You are always ready to take the initiative in order to exchange, to negotiate and to cooperate with the others, to make yourself useful so as to showcase yourself. You have talents as an educationalist, a lawyer, a diplomat, a leader, and you have top-level language skills : you know how to smoothly and clearly communicate your wishes, explain your intentions, convince your interlocutors of the legitimacy of your worldview. Your judgments are imperious, driven by common sense. A hard-working and self-willed manager, gifted with a sense for organization, you stand out as a person of experience and you are talented for bringing some structure, logic and order in everything you do. You want to be recognized for your practical skills, for your ability to play by the rules of the social game, to make yourself useful — if not irreplaceable.
▶ Your strengths : you have an almost infallible sense of opportunity : you know how to recognize the moments when you need to deploy with optimal efficiency and precision your qualities of realism, pragmatism and combativeness, and do not be afraid to go to contrary to common opinion. In the name of the demanding common sense that characterizes you, you do not hesitate to oppose with virulence and aplomb the incompetent, to accuse of laxity those who do not dare to confront unpleasant situations and facts directly, to operate the ruptures that circumstances dictate. Gifted for the judicious attack, you are also gifted for the vigilant defense of what you stubbornly build.
▶ Your weaknesses : you have such a personal and demanding conception of your concrete conditions of existence that you seem unable to share them with anyone, and still more unable to free yourself from them. Your combativeness, however real, is anchored in a disillusioned fatalism which encourages you to think that it is impossible for you to get out of the rut in which you have gotten yourself into by dint of refusing any compromise, any facility. The sense of absurdity that you often feel in no way prevents you from persevering in your stubborn desire to claim yourself as the one and only master of your actions. Your susceptibility, your assertive aggressiveness are likely to earn you many enemies.
▶ Your strengths : in principle, you know exactly when it is appropriate to make your essential decisions and when it is better to abstain. The high opinion you have of yourself and the powerful convictions that inhabit you encourage you to set yourself apart excessively, to develop uncommon ambitions, to impose with force and intensity the role you want to play in society, even if it means arouse many adversities and jealousies around you, which you rejoice in without always showing it. You do not hesitate for this to trace your route alone, indifferent to any criticism, to rigorously plan your course and your objectives without losing the sense of opportunity.
▶ Your weaknesses : you are too polarized by the goals you have assigned to yourself and which you are unable to change, the always exactly identical ambitions which obsess you, the need to impose your individual mark on people, things and situations at all costs to demonstrate great flexibility of the spine. You are in search of an absolute domination which makes you intransigent sectarian, intolerant, arbitrary. To renounce it would be for you to agree to renounce what is your singularity, your egocentric I who believes himself invested with a role of omnipotence over events : there is no question of it. Aggressively individualistic, you are hostage to your dogmatic refusals.
|▶ The jupiterian function ‘rE’ (representation of Existence)
▶ Jupiterian stage (from 2 to 12 years old) : the age of socialization
▶ The Jupiterian on video
▶ Mars-Jupiter-Saturn : extensive Existence
▶ Sun-Jupiter-Uranus : intensive representation
▶ À propos d’un transit de Jupiter…
▶ Scorpio in natural astrology
▶ Le Scorpion mythologique
▶ Le Scorpion dans “La Condition solaire”
▶ “Autumn” Signs
▶ Signe solaire et Signe Ascendant
▶ Astrologie, adaptation & inadaptation
▶ Change-t-on de caractère en changeant de Signe solaire ?
▶ The astronomical reality of the zodiac
▶ The zodiac and the precession of the equinoxes
▶ Zodiaque et sphère locale
▶ The human reflexology zodiac
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620 pages. Illustrations en couleur.
La décision de ne traiter dans ce livre que des significations planétaires ne repose pas sur une sous-estimation du rôle des Signes du zodiaque et des Maisons. Le traditionnel trio Planètes-Zodiaque-Maisons est en effet l’expression d’une structure qui classe ces trois plans selon leur ordre de préséance et dans ce triptyque hiérarchisé, les Planètes occupent le premier rang.
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Le petit livre du Scorpion
49 pages. Illustrations en couleur.
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