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Astrological Definitions and their Meaning: Jupiter, Jyotish
 
Jupiter
Jupiter is the largest known planet in our Solar System and it is located in distance as the fifth celestial body from our Sun. It was named after the Roman God who was considered as King of the Gods. In ancient Astrology a strong Jupiter presence in a birth chart was regarded as being a great benefic and thought to indicate very good fortune. Jupiter appears in each star sign for around 1 year every 12 years as this is the time it takes to travel through the zodiac. In a natal reading Jupiter's position can disclose our tolerance levels, understanding and higher learning ability. It can also highlight opportunities, contentment and luck. Jupiter rules over Sagittarius and is a co ruler of Pisces along with Neptune.
 
Jyotish
This word is another name for Indian or Vedic Astrology an astrological system sometimes referred to as 'the science of light'. The ideas and methods are believed to be more than 4,000 years old and have an association with planets and gemstones, metals, days of the week and also parts of the human body. Jyotish is based on the belief that the planet motions control our destiny's as powerfully as they control the seas and oceans. It associates the Sun with Ruby, The Moon with Pearl. Mars with Red Coral and Mercury with Emerald. Jupiter is connected with Yellow Sapphire, Venus with Diamond and Saturn with Blue Sapphire. The gem representations are thought to help reflect and direct cosmic energy.
 
 
Next astrological definitions of Astrology Dictionary for letter J:
Jaimini Astrology, Johndro, Joys, Judicial Astrology, Julian Calendar, Julian Day, Juno