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Jupiter Transiting Cancer

Jupiter is in the Zodiac sign of Cancer from June 2013 to July 2014

Is your Sun Sign in Cancer? Is your birthday between June 21 and July 22?  If so, at some point during the next year, you will experience a glorious Jupiter transit as Jupiter, the planet of expansion and faith, goes over your natal Sun, your heart center.

Jupiter Conjunct Sun: This is a glorious transit that happens only once every twelve years, so make the most of it. Jupiter, the planet of growth, expands all that it touches; so when it conjuncts your Sun, it will expand your heart center and increase your capacity for hope, faith, and happiness. But you need to actively take advantage of this transit.

A new twelve-year cycle is being kicked off, so now is the perfect time to start that new project. If you just sit back and let this transit pass you by, you’ll be missing an opportunity to create something truly lasting and permanent.

Suggested Activities: It’s a great time to go back to school or just learn something new for the sake of learning. Travel is encouraged under this transit, especially long distance travel. But sometimes the exploration can take place more in your mind than out in the real world. Whatever you choose, open yourself up to this transit, and watch real optimism and confidence come into your life.

Key Words & Phrases: Broaden Your Horizons, Experience Educational Travel, Start a New Business

Cancer sun sign, zodiac

About the Featured Image, Jupiter

Credit: Jet Propulsion Laboratory (D. Seal)

Name: Impact
Date: 22 Jul 1994
An artist’s concept of comet fragments slamming into Jupiter.

From July 16 through July 22, 1994, pieces of an object designated as Comet P/Shoemaker-Levy 9 collided with Jupiter. This is the first collision of two solar system bodies ever to be observed, and the effects of the comet impacts on Jupiter’s atmosphere have been simply spectacular and beyond expectations

Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 consisted of at least 21 discernable fragments with diameters estimated at up to 2 kilometers.

1 Comment
  • Kim
    Posted at 16:14h, 11 August

    I am a Cancer born July 21, 1956 ……I graduated from San Francisco State University last December in Electrophysiology….I am now looking for a job …hopefully Jupiter can help me make a career change……..thank you for the post….kim V.