How To Prosper With Jupiter In Capricorn

This video is from 2007; the last time Jupiter was in Capricorn. It’s so simple really. Tips from the goat!

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How To Prosper With Jupiter In Capricorn — 13 Comments

  1. My niece has Jupiter in Capricorn and every place she’s worked, she has been moved right up the ladder to a supervisory position. She shows up on time, does her job, maintains a cheerful attitude and projects competence . . . works every time!! ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. Yeah! I’m glad Jupiter is moving into Capricorn. Everything I have is earned and I am grateful for it all. I am a Capricorn and I don’t feel entitled to anything,ever. And rarely do I feel lucky. Unless you consider being happy a form of luck, maybe it is?!? Lucky that I value happiness and strive to achieve it perhaps.

    I can only hope that my intentions and my current “works” inspired by Saturn in Virgo will launch some more great stuff for me and my family next year.

    I put energy into being in service to my fellow man on a daily basis. And I appreciate that everyone is in their perfect place at all moments, so I make a conscious effort to refrain from judgement. It brings peace and understanding in new ways to me every day.

    I’m putting it out there, without explicit expectations and I’ll see what I get!

  3. What you speak Elsa is so true… But at end everything goes all rigth (i have jupiter exactly trine my sun; and jupiter sextile my moon)

  4. i have jupiter in capricorn. altho i think i’m sort of not hardworking, people here tell me that im more hardworking than average people. maybe it’s because of my just-do-it attitude and not labelling things as hard or difficult to do.

  5. Absolutely true! It’s so funny b/c my man always wants to buy me things, but I never feel entitled to them b/c *I* wasn’t the one who earned the money to buy them! So twisted…I let him buy me things from time to time though, b/c it makes him happy. I just never ask him for anything ๐Ÿ˜‰

    I always work hard, and I think every employer I’ve ever had has really been appreciative of the fact that I do work so hard! I would always get the maximum bonus amount & stuff…people would get jealous & I’d tell them, “Just work harder!” (they didn’t like that either…lol)

    Of course, Jupiter is tied up in a T-Square w/my Sun & Moon, but I like to view it as my salvation. I’m finally going to school (Jupiter – mind expansion) to do what I love (Moon) & be my own boss (Sun)…and I’m even traveling to do it (Jupiter again!) ๐Ÿ™‚ W/o Jupiter in Cap, I don’t think I’d be properly motivated to do this…so, yay Jupiter!!

  6. I have an 8th house Jupiter in Cap. seems kind of bizarre to me, but hey … work with what ya got, right? ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for reposting this!

  7. The harder I work the luckier I am? Or I am very lucky but enjoy working hard too. Jupiter in
    Sagittarius in the 9th conjunct Sagittarius midheaven 10th house cusp with Saturn in Capricorn. I have really enjoyed the comments here, especially Rhonda’s and Lilly’s.

  8. Jupiter can certainly expand on Saturnโ€™s work. Make sure it is good work.

    It seems that these two, together, could represent โ€œbalanceโ€, as well.

  9. My husband has natal Jupiter on Capricorn 29 degrees. I appreciate what that means to read it here, and see how work makes his luck. So grateful for astrology’s lessons learned the more I study.

  10. Thanks Elsa. I needed this reminder. Timely, as I find myself in a specific situation that is “highly problematic”. I was wondering what I was going to do about it, knowing it’s up to me to “change” or “adapt” or “transcend”. I guess Jupiter in Cap will help me “work to make my own happiness”. Not sure yet what form that will take, but it’s 12th house for me, so I’m gonna toss that into the hat and see what guidance I get.

  11. Integrity – morally as well as emotionally.

    Self discipline is a must.

    Respect can take you far as well.

    A Cap Mars here.
    It is rather ‘fishy’ though, as Mars is on the cusp of the 12th house.

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