Effect of Jupiter in various HOUSES
Location of Jupiter in the first house ensures long life, good health and a good constitution for the native. He will be happy with his children and father. He may be hopeful, fortunate, religious, mature, worldly-wise and handsome. He will have happy married life and the wife will be long lived. His father will also be wealthy and mature. He will be learned and wise. He will be over-indulgent in food and drinks. He will be rich and generous. His younger sisters/brothers will have good children and will be wealthy and comfortable. His mother will be of good conduct. His children will be highly educated and fortunate. A weak, badly placed or afflicted Jupiter will cause problems to the native from children and may make the conduct of the native suspect. A well placed Jupiter in the first house counters other adverse indications in the horoscope.
The native will be fortunate and financially well off. He will be particularly wealthy if the second house has Cancer, Sagittarius or Pisces. He will hold a high and powerful position. A powerful Jupiter, not having adverse influence may get the native an honour early in life. He will enjoy good food, be well educated and loquacious. The native will have good eye-sight. He will be good to look at. He may be a poet. He may not have trouble from enemies and may be successful in litigation. If the eighth house is strong, the native may get a legacy. His younger sister/brother may not do well in life. His mother will have a large circle of friends and she may respect her elder sister/ brother. His children will be happy, rich, respected and well educated. His wife will be long lived. His father will not have a good physical constitution but he will be free from troubles created by enemies. His elder sister/brother may be well established in life.
The native has the ability to communicate well. His younger brothers/sisters will do well in life. He will have cordial relations with his neighbours. He will gain by travels and unscrupulous means. He will be miserly though rich, and ungrateful. His income will be of a substantial nature. He may not have happy and informal relationship with his wife, or the wife may be overbearing. The wife may be fortunate in worldly matters. He will not take advantage of opportunities. He may occasionally be humiliated. The mental ability will not be of a particularly high order, unless Jupiter is placed in an airy sign. His mother may be interested in charitable work connected with hospitals. His children will have a large circle of friends through whom they may earn well. His father will be long lived and successful. His elder sister/brother may have trouble having children.
The native loves his family, is successful in life and maintains a lavish life style. He will be very rich. He will be fond of his mother. Here the karaka for children will be in the twelfth house from the house of children. This is not a good indication. The native stands in danger of facing some problem with respect to his children. He will have extensive landed property. His old age will be easy. He will be well educated, mature, with a balanced mind and long lived. He will reach a high position in life and his conduct will be beyond reproach. If Jupiter is powerful, the native may be charitable and may like to attach himself with hospitals or homes for this purpose. He may have interest in mysticism. His younger sister/brother may be wealthy. His mother may be corpulent but good natured. His maternal uncle may be a friendly person and have a good income. His wife will be well behaved and wealthy. His father may be in service of someone but he will be long lived. His elder sister/brother will not be troubled by enemies or litigation.
The native has political ambitions, earns from his investments and is cheerful. He will have good children who would succeed in life. Since the karaka is in the house that it signifies, there will be some trouble from the children. He has talent for arts and drama. He will be very intelligent and may hold a position of an adviser, or be a writer. He will be fortunate and learned. He may have good income. He may be peaceful and long lived. His father may be long lived and wealthy. His wife may have a large circle of friends. It will give results of its placement in the third house to his younger sister/brother, and of the second house to his mother. In a female’s chart this placement of Jupiter will be indicative of the fact that the native may get married to a widower.
The native has a charming personality and is efficient but lazy. He will have good servants and a number of uncles. The native will gain through enemies or in litigation. His potency to procreate may be less than average. He will have good health, the only danger to good health will be from overindulgence in good things of life. He will have good servants and will gain through them. He will have good relations with his superiors and will have their full confidence. He may rise in his career by gaining the confidence of his boss. He will have some proficiency in occult practices. He will be thrifty. It will give results of its placement in the fourth house to his younger sister/brother, in the third house to his mother, and in the second to his children. There is a possibility of some tension in married life. His elder sister/brother will be long lived. Jupiter in the sixth house, per se, does not give adverse results, but it should have enough strength to counter the effect of this adverse placement.
The native will have a happy married life. Marriage will bring him prosperity and material gain. His wife may have her own independent income. She may be religiously inclined. The native will be successful in partnership or career. He will be of a friendly and generous disposition. He will be well liked and will be successful in litigation. There is a possibility of the native getting opportunities for having physical contact with a number of females. He may many a divorcee or a widow. His younger sister/brother may prosper. His second child may do well in life. It will give results of its placement in the fifth house to his younger sister/brother, in the fourth house to his mother, in the third house to his children and in the second house to his maternal uncle. This location of Jupiter may not be wholly good for a female chart as it is the karaka for her husband.
He will have good health and be long lived. But he will not be financially well off and will have difficulties with his career. He may be in service. He will maintain a facade of honesty but will secretly misappropriate funds. His wife will earn or bring a lot of wealth. She will have a good appetite. If the eighth house is powerful and Jupiter well placed here, the native may get a legacy. The native will have a peaceful or natural end. The native will stay away from his ancestral home. The native may die of unknown causes or undiagnosed disease. He may suffer from tumours, or if Saturn or Rahu influences Jupiter here, from cancer. He may spend carefully. There may be some disappointments or breaks in his education. It will give results of its placement in the sixth house to his younger sister/brother, in the fifth house to his mother, in the fourth house to his children and in the third house to his maternal uncle. His father may not be well off in life, but his elder sister/brother will certainly rise higher than the father.
He will be long lived, well and highly placed, fortunate, balanced, having good and fortunate children, religious, interested in philosophy, well educated, and wealthy. He will tend to do well in life. His father will be well known, learned and wealthy. He may visit abroad to lecture or take part in seminars. The native may stay abroad and have association with foreigners. He may have more younger brothers than sisters, who may do well in life. If Jupiter is weak and has the influence of an adverse Mars, the native may meet with an accident abroad, or may have to be operated upon or he may suffer losses there due to theft or enemies. It will give results of its placement in the sixth house to his mother, and in the third house to his wife. His elder sister/brother will have a large circle of friends and good and steady income.
The native gains some expertise in law, education , philosophy or governing. His ambitions get fulfilled. His conduct will be unblemished. He is likely to have the proverbial golden touch. Whatever he begins will bring him successful returns. He gets a high position, may be in government. He will gain by long voyages. He will. be closely associated with charitable institutions. The 16th, 34th, and 50th years of his life will prove to be fortunate. His mother may be on the heavier side and may have a greater and more dominant role in his life. He may have some unhappiness from his children. When an adverse Saturn influences Jupiter here, the good effects of its placement in this house will be heavily diluted. It will give results of its placement in the eighth house to his younger sister/brother, in the seventh house to his mother, in the sixth house to his children, in the fourth house to his wife and in the second house to his father.
He has a good set of friends who help him further his career goals. The native will realise his ambitions. He will have good income and financial success, particularly so if Jupiter is influenced by another beneficial planet. He will be wealthy and will keep good health. He will be happy with his children. He will have a happy and contented married life: The native may only be averagely educated. If Jupiter is in a movable sign here, it is an indication of progress and of the fact that the native will have managerial ability; if it is in a fixed sign, it will cause jealousy among friends; and, if it is in a common sign, the native’s friends will be religious or scientific but unreliable. It is a favourable position for businessmen and the younger sister/brother of the native. His elder sister/brother may have difficulty keeping his body weight under control. His mother may be long lived.
The native will be introverted, lazy and cannot express himself effectively. He will be interested in the occult and will overcome his enemies. He may not be fortunate. He will get concealed assistance from his friends. He may be the subject of others charity. He may travel substantially. He may not be on good terms with his relatives. His conduct may be questionable, which, however, may improve with age. He may spend on education, or mother. He may have worries on account of children. It will give results of its placement in the tenth house to his younger sister/brother, though since the planet is not well placed, the results may not be qualitatively of a high order. The same may be said with regard to the results that his mother may expect. For her the results will be similar to those which the planet is likely to give for its placement in the ninth house.