Do you have your natal Jupiter in the seventh house? If you want to learn what this placement of Jupiter in the birth chart means, this article is for you.
Jupiter is welcome in any house in the natal chart. This planet is associated with luck and fortune. When Jupiter is in the seventh house, this placement suggests that you will be lucky when it comes to partnerships. Both business partnerships and marriage can help you tremendously in life.
Jupiter in seventh house people can be really lucky when they team up with someone. Depending on the sign and aspects of Jupiter, you can benefit from public relations. Jupiter in the natural house of Libra brings luck in legal matters, unless very afflicted.
Keep reading to learn more about Jupiter in the seventh house in astrology!
Natal Jupiter in Seventh House and Marriage
The seventh house is traditionally associated with the zodiac sign Libra and its ruling planet, Venus. They govern all partnerships and committed partnerships, including marriage.
In the birth chart, Jupiter shows where you can find your luck and where is an easy flow of energy that helps you succeed.
If Jupiter is placed in your seventh house, you will be luckier once you get married. Partnerships are where you can really attract good fortune. Sometimes Jupiter in seventh house people marry someone rich, but sometimes this placement plays out in a way that you attract someone who opens up new opportunities for you. All in all, marriage and committed relationships will be of great help in your life with your Jupiter in the seventh house.
Planets in the seventh house describe the kind of partner you attract. Of course, the sign on the cusp of this house colors the exact manifestation of Jupiter in your life, but generally speaking, your partners embody the qualities of this planet.
Jupiter here suggests that your partner is well-educated, sometimes of foreign origin or in some way related to foreign countries, or they might travel a lot. Jupiter is the planet of philosophy in astrology, and Jupiter in the seventh house often indicated a philosophical and wise partner. You are attracted to open-minded and tolerant people. Sometimes they are older than you.
But the seventh house is not just about marriage.Jupiter here tends to be involved with business partnerships, too. Sometimes your business partner lives in a different country, or your job requires you to travel a lot.
Jupiter in seventh house people are team players. They usually attract people who help them advance in every area of life.
Publicity and Jupiter in Seventh House
The seventh house shows your attitude to the public, if you enjoy being in the spotlight and how the public reacts to you.
In astrology, the seventh house is the house of open enemies. Jupiter here indicates that you are stronger than your enemies. This planet has the power to even turn your enemies into friends, or at least neutralize harmful energies in your life.
Jupiter in seventh house people are usually very popular. This placement is a predisposition for popularity. You are well-known in your community and people like you. You are often turned to for advice. Jupiter in seventh house indicates that you have many connections, or sometimes you enter high society.
Jupiter here suggests that you are often seen as a teacher or a mentor. You generously share your knowledge with others. People who have a prominent Jupiter in the natal chart have a wide range of interests, that help them understand better how the world works.
Jupiter in seventh house people often work in advertising or sales. They are excellent salesmen because of their enthusiasm. A career where you work with the public can be very rewarding for if you have your natal Jupiter in the seventh house in your birth chart.
People with this placement are often drawn to studying law. In astrology, Jupiter rules law, and the seventh house is associated with legal matters. This is a good position of Jupiter for lawyers, attorneys, judges.
Jupiter in Astrology
Jupiter is the planet of expansion in astrology. It is the largest planet in the Solar System, and it corresponds to growth and abundance in the birth chart. The position of Jupiter shows where you can find abundance in your life and where is the least resistance to success.
Every planet rules a zodiac sign. Jupiter is the planetary ruler of Sagittarius. Through Sagittarius, it’s associated with the ninth house in the chart wheel, the house of the abstract mind and your higher self.
The role of Jupiter is to help you connect with your higher self. When you are aligned with your higher self, material abundance will follow, too. Jupiter is the planet of good fortune and luck. It’s generous and benevolent, in the earlier days, Jupiter was referred to as the Greater benefic in astrology.
Some other things associated with Jupiter in astrology include foreign languages and cultures, long-distance travel, spirituality and people of religion, philosophy, law, publishing. This planet rules the abstract mind and it’s focused on the big picture and on understanding the world. Whatever Jupiter comes into contact with it, it expands it. Jupiter is the planet of growth. It also shows your luck.
Want to read more about Jupiter? You can learn what this planet means in astrology and in the natal chart here.
The Seventh House in the Natal Chart
The seventh house is an angular house, its cusp is called the descendant (DC) in astrology, the opposite point of the ascendant. This house shows your attitude to other people, and how you perceive them. Understanding your descendant and seventh house helps you understand why you attract the kind of partners you attract. You often feel that you lack the qualities of the sign on the cusp of the seventh house. This is not true, because we have all twelve signs in our charts and in ourselves, but we tend to project the traits of the sign here on others.
The seventh house is the house associated with Libra and Venus. It rules all kind of partnerships and committed relationships, both in business and in love. The seventh house is the house of marriage in astrology.
Besides partnerships, the seventh house also governs legal matters, open enemies, and your relationship with the public.