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Jupiter in Uttara Bhadrapada Nakshatra


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Let’s look at important things here –

Jupiter - It is the most benefic planet and it represents all the auspicious things like Knowledge, Wisdom, Law, Guru, Spirituality, Religion, Philosophy, Literature, Elderly People and Children etc. For a girl, Jupiter also represents Husband.

Uttara Bhadrapada Nakshatra - It is a nakshatra related with next stage of Purva Bhadrapada. Hence, it is nakshatra of the actual event of liberation or enlightenment. It also represents all type of mystical subjects, practices and experiments. Please check this link for more info on Uttara Bhadrapada Nakshatra - https://www.astrosaxena.com/ubnaksha.

Pisces - As Uttara Bhadrapada is a part of Pisces sign, Pisces and things represented by Pisces are also important here. As Pisces is the 12th sign of zodiac belt, it represents the same energy and things which are represented by 12th house such as Isolated Places, Spirituality, Imagination, Other Dimension or Other World etc. Besides these things, it also represents your Hidden Talents, Ability to work in background, Spiritual Self etc. Pisces is consisted of last 2 and half nakshatra, i.e. Purva-Bhadrapada, Uttara-Bhadrapada & Revati. Pisces' lord is Jupiter.

Saturn - As Saturn rules Uttara Bhadrapada Nakshatra, its position and dignity is important to know about the overall functioning of any planet in Uttara Bhadrapada.

Jupiter - As Jupiter rules Pisces, its position and dignity is important to know about the overall functioning of any planet in Pisces.

Houses Involved – Also, we can’t afford to forget the houses involved as a planet can be ruling different houses and sitting in different house for every person as per ascendant and planet’s position. To know overall affect, we have to consider the houses involved as those areas of life are being impacted.

Interpretation of Jupiter in Uttara Bhadrapada Nakshatra – Now, Jupiter is in own sign but in Saturn's nakshatra. So, we can say that this position of Jupiter can bring better results in life but with Saturnian impact of delay, hard work and perseverance. As Uttara Bhadrapada Nakshatra is closely connected with higher level of spiritual and mystical experience, Jupiter here can show a person who is not only himself into spirituality and in following mystical pursuits but this position can expand person's knowledge in these fields and he can become a teacher or counselor in such a field. They can easily follow the spiritual path and can be guide to others. If they give time in spiritual or mystical pursuits and actions, they can develop some mystical powers.

Now, you can't have everything in life. If you are on spiritual path then your materialistic life can suffer or it can be the other way around too that person's materialistic life didn't give him any happiness or satisfaction, hence he moved towards spirituality. As Jupiter is in Saturn nakshatra which is represented by death-bed or Funeral Pyre, it shows not-so-good results in family life or in materialistic pursuits. Other representation of coiled-snake also doesn't bring much hope to the person's materialistic pursuits.

Role of Saturn - Also, Saturn's placement is important to guide Jupiter in right direction, being Uttara Bhadrapada lord.

Role of Jupiter - As we are trying to interpret Jupiter only, we need not to see Jupiter's position separately as Pisces lord..

Other Factors – And of course, we need to consider conjunction, aspects, house lordship, house position and dashas etc to know the exact results of Jupiter in Uttara Bhadrapada. So, we always need to take a holistic view of chart rather than just 1 planetary position.

Conclusion – So, this is how I see Jupiter in Uttara Bhadrapada can work in a chart.

Hope this helps. Please post any comment or query you may have.


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