Astrological Transit of JUPITER in TAURUS sign
Jupiter awakens the urge to grow, explore, and seek meaning. In Taurus, Jupiter seeks ways to increase prosperity, security, and pleasure, and for meaning in nature, in the enjoyment of the world’s bounty, and in the senses. Gradual, steady growth is favored over sudden, dramatic growth spurts.
For thousands of years, cultures have revered the cow or bull as a symbol of wealth and of Earth’s bounty.
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The blessings of Jupiter in Taurus are many: a sense that anything is possible, that security is within reach, and that pleasures are abundant. But the combination of Jupiter’s respect for doctrine and Taurus’s conservatism has a potential downside: the unwillingness to confront needed change. The idiom sacred cows (based on the reverential treatment of cows by Hindus and in other cultures) refers to something that is considered immune from question or criticism.
While Jupiter is in Taurus, we are unlikely to rethink entrenched attitudes or policies, however inconvenient, outmoded, or even harmful they may be. Commit to Jupiterian endeavors, such as education or writing, that require Taurus’s patience and stamina. Invest in knowledge. Grow a garden. Spend time in nature. Hug a cow.
Jupiter urges you to grow, expand, take risks, and seek meaning. His transits through the twelve signs of the zodiac prescribe the avenues through which all of us, simultaneously, seek to expand our horizons. The extent to which this affects you directly will depend on planets you may have in that sign, and the house through which Jupiter is transiting (see an exploration of the transiting planets in the houses of the horoscope).
Biggest rewards: Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn
Pressure to take risks: Leo, Scorpio, Aquarius
Significant opportunities: Cancer, Pisces
Jupiter in Taurus (2000–2050): Feb. 14–June 30, 2000; June 4, 2011–June 11, 2012; May 16, 2023–May 25, 2024; Apr. 29, 2035–May 9, 2036; Apr. 13, 1947–Apr. 22, 2048