Jupiter Enters Pisces 2021

Jupiter enters Pisces on May 13, 2021. Initially this will be a preview of the main transit which is to follow as Jupiter will station retrograde in July and re-enter Aquarius until December 29, 2021 when it will begin its journey proper through the sign of The Fishes.

Jupiter is comfortable in Pisces. Before the discovery of Neptune, it was Jupiter who was given rulership over this sign. As Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system, it is associated with growth and magnification. As the greatest of the Gods too, we associate Jupiter with concepts such as The Big Picture, wisdom, law, philosophy. Jupiter is called The Great Benefic as he’s connected to the idea of fortune and good luck, blessings and abundance.

Going from the most positive potential, globally this could be a giant wave of compassion, a sense of greater unity and peace, a strong desire to help one another. Maybe there are positive developments in environmental issues such as new laws to protect land, sea and sky. Hopefully, things will be better for the hospitals. Perhaps there is more help for those who have fallen through the cracks – Pisces is a sign that is associated with the lost and forgotten, drifters and dreamers, the homeless, the mentally ill, the imprisoned. Maybe we’re finding our faith again after the pandemic, making meaningful connections, simply enjoying one another’s company. Jupiter in Pisces brings out the symbolic Christ figure in us all which turns cheeks, looks past difference, seeks to find peace at every turn. The wisdom of unconditional love could save many. As hope increases, we may find we’re more imaginative, daring to dream more or dream bigger. We envisage a beautiful future filled with sunshine and rainbows, glimpse endless possibilities, receive wisdom that helps us understand more of the vast universe.


13-May-21 to 28-Jul-21
29-Dec-21 to 11-May-22
28-Oct-22 to 20-12-22


Where Jupiter moves, it brings growth, magnification, increase, opportunity, abundance, luck, understanding.

12th house of spirituality, the unconscious, charitable service, and self-sabotage

11th house of friends, networks, groups, society, and future dreams

10th house of career, profession, status, and reputation.

9th house of international travel, study, religion, and beliefs

8th house of intimacy, transformation, shared resources, and change.

7th house of one-to-one relationships – both business and personal

6th house of the office, routines, health, and pets

5th house of fun, dating, children and creative self-expression

4th house of home, family, roots and childhood

3rd house of local transport, mind and communication, neighbours,

2nd house of money, personal resources, and self-worth

1st house of outlook, appearance, attitude, and self-awareness

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Jupiter enters Pisces



Jupiter enters Pisces 


May 13, 2021

3:36pm PDT  


While the moon is still in the new phase Jupiter leaves Aquarius for Pisces.   The pattern for Jupiter is that it spends about a year in a sign but at some point, in that year it leaves the sign goes into the next sign for a few degrees and then retrogrades back into the sign it is primarily doing its work then eventually it will return to the new sign again.   So, in this case: 


December 19, 2020 Jupiter enter Aquarius 

May 13, 2021 Jupiter enters Pisces 

June 20, 2021 Jupiter station retrograde 2 degrees Pisces 11

July 28, 2021 Jupiter reinters Aquarius 

October 17, 2021 Jupiter station direct 22 Aquarius 20 

December 29, 2021 Jupiter returns to Pisces 


The two -month window of Jupiter in Pisces is a window into what next year will bring when it spends the long haul in Pisces in 2022.   Pisces is spiritual, metaphysical, it is the last sign of the zodiac and it reminds us that there is something bigger out there than our humanness.  It is by its nature an expansive sign, as big as the universe but also intimate because it dissolves barriers between human beings either built by us personally or by society.   Jupiter will not doubt welcome its journey into Pisces for two reasons.  One Jupiter used to rule Pisces before Neptune was discovered and therefore is comfortable in the unworldliness of Pisces.  “Hey, Pisces you are a big expansive sign, and I am the biggest planet in the zodiac, I get you!”   The other reason why it will welcome this two-month trip in Pisces is that it does not have to share the sign with Saturn who has been squelching Jupiter for the last couple of years.  Remember, in 2020 Jupiter and Saturn were both in Capricorn then last December Jupiter entered Aquarius but two days before Saturn entered Aquarius.   The master planner in the universe has been clipping Jupiter’s wings for the last couple years by making sure Saturn was his roommate. But now for two months Jupiter gets to fly solo in Pisces.   We should find some good energy out of this transit, some reconnecting to faith and being moved by the goodness of humans.   Our creativity and inner mystic can be pronounced.   There could be a lot of synchronistic moments and events in our lives that have us going, “Hmmm? That’s curious, I was just thinking/talking/reading/watching etc on that exact thing”.      In late July, Jupiter will return to Aquarius and rejoin his taskmaster roommate Saturn but by then Jupiter will have a buoyancy having refilled his reason-for-being during his time in Pisces.  His joy and abundance may rub off on Saturn, which could be helpful.   


On May 21st we get the first planetary aspect to interact with Jupiter in Pisces when the Sun barely in Gemini forms a square with Jupiter.   On some level, logical thinking will be defied, and communication will be fuzzy, and it is worth noting this is before the Mercury retrograde.  Perhaps giving us a taste to what is coming.   In this case, Jupiter in Pisces has the stronger hand reminding us there is power in prayer and meditation and when we reflect and get quiet, we can  find any answer.  In June Venus in Cancer will form some nice trines with Jupiter again reminding us of the goodness out there if we tap into it. 


Saturn Station Retrograde. May 23, 2021



May 23, 2021

 2:18am PDT   

Saturn station retrograde (13 Aquarius 31)

October 10, 2021

7:17pm PDT  

Saturn station direct  (6 Aquarius 53) 


Saturn retrogrades every year  for about four/five months.   Saturn is the planet of responsibilities and takes over two years in a sign.  Once it leaves a sign it will not return to it for about twenty-eight years.  Saturn can do quite a number when it is in a sign and usually is easy to identify by its action.  


For example,  Saturn the planet of restrictions, moved into Aquarius the sign of community in 2020 right when the world went into lock down and everyone was sent home to live their lives.   Aquarius also rules technology and certainly Saturn made  sure we all knew the importance of  Zoom.   Saturn returned to Capricorn last summer during that retrograde then re-entered  Aquarius in December for the long haul.   On this retrograde it will stay in the one sign and move from 13 degrees to 6 degrees of Aquarius.  


Retrograde Saturn provides an opportunity to slow down and fix the areas of the sign that need fixing.  In this case it speaks to community, groups, group thinking, like minded concepts and innovation.    It is interesting that this retrograde is happening as the USA turns a corner and people are venturing out of their homes.   Aquarius is how we all connect.   How we connect with our tribes and people whom we feel sympatico.    Saturn retrograde in Aquarius may suggest that the life we lead before Covid needs more fine tuning.   Perhaps, prior to Covid we felt that we didn’t need community or a tribe.  We had little focus beyond our partner or our family or our work but now we see that approach is perhaps too limiting of a lifestyle?   Or maybe we were too identified with a tribe or group and now during the retrograde we realize we are no longer in sync with those values.  Remember we will not get Saturn in Aquarius again until 2050 so a lot of these kinks in our community need to get worked on during this retrograde and when it returns to direction motion before Saturn moves into Pisces in 2023. 


Technological issues will be in the news especially as we head towards the second round of Saturn square Uranus on June 14.  Once Saturn turns retrograde the tension will build between the traditional  (Saturn) and innovative (Uranus).  Cracks will appear that speak to a need for a practical change (Uranus in Taurus). Weaknesses in society (Saturn in Aquarius) get our attention.   Personally, this drama is impacting the houses where we have Taurus and Aquarius on some level but of course people with planets between 7-14 degrees of fixed signs (Taurus, Leo, Scorpio and Aquarius) are really feeling the aspect.  They may feel over worked, have too many responsibilities and a general feeling of ‘blah’ or maybe depression.   The antidote to depression is of course, ‘action’.  Being active in charity or community activities, even simple actions like volunteering at a bake sale or cleaning a river with a group can help take the edge off any negative energy so can 12 step meetings.   Saturn will leave Aquarius in early 2023 and many people who feel the grind now will be surprised by how much they accomplish by 2023.

The Saturn retrograde will wrap up on October 10 and while it will not be a whole new world by the time we get there, we will have new insights as to what we feel and what we are doing with our tribes and community between now and then.   Again, hanging out in our values this cycle for the launch of Saturn retrograde will be informative.  

Mercury Station Retrograde on May 29th. Let’s All Buckle Up.


Mercury Retrograde


May 29, 2021


3:34pm  PDT



Important dates 


May 14 – Mercury shadow 


May 29 – Mercury station retrograde (24 Gemini 43)@3:34pm PDT


June 22 – Mercury station direct (16 Gemini 08) @3:00pm PDT 


July 07 – Mercury shadow ends 



If I was a gambling person (and I am not) I would bet the house that this retrograde will be so full of miscommunication, broken technology and gossip that even the most scientific, ‘astrology is hogwash’ person will say, “OMG is Mercury retrograde?”  



Why bet the house on this retrograde?  The retrograde launches between the lunar eclipse on May 26 and solar eclipse on June 10th.  Both eclipses involve Gemini which is ruled by Mercury.    On May 22, (a few days before the retrograde launch), Mercury gets into a tangle up with Neptune and then does another round on June 5.  If fuzzy thinking could be on steroids, we should consider the fuzz pumping up between May 22 and June 5.    Thinking, ideas and communication will not be easy.  We should prepare for things that seemed so clear one minute to just melt into fuzz in front of us.   Then add the usual bumps and grinds of  retrograde and you get a tougher than usual Mercury retrograde.     During this three-week period, we should ask:



How is my thinking and communication accurate?  What am I saying?   What is behind my thinking?  Am I being given accurate information?  What is the other person saying?   Is whatever I am being told matching the facts on the ground?   This is not an excuse to get paranoid by the way and assume everyone is lying and ‘screwing you over’, ah, no.   It is more about processing the data and adapting.   Our ability to pivot our thinking is important.  Survival of the fittest involves adaptation and the lunar eclipse on May 26 pits our big opinions against the facts.   Is our strident opinion matching the facts as they are now?  Then at the  solar eclipse on June 10th we are reminded again that it is important to figure out what is really going on and where do we need to pivot?  This eclipse season reminds us that if we are too rigid in our thinking, we risk getting stuck and we can find the world leaving us behind on some level.   Use this Mercury retrograde to highlight some small adaptations that could serve you in the long haul.   Also do not be afraid to ask for help in a technological hurdle that has needed your attention.   This is how we adapt.  We are practical about asking for help.  



The last time Mercury retrograded in Gemini was 2015 and there may be a call back to that period during these three weeks.  The last time we had Gemini eclipses was May/June of 2002 and 2003 which may also be called back during this period.   



As always DOUBLE check any date or plans and paperwork.   Some people will be traveling and will be purchasing tickets, make sure everything is accurate even if you are ‘sure’ it is, double check.    Computers, technology breaks come with the territory.  If you can wait until Mercury station direct to replace anything broken, great but if you can’t buy the good warranty.  



Of course, more to the point this Mercury retrograde is about our thinking, if we have any rusty thoughts that aren’t serving, we’ll know soon enough.    Do yourself a favor, don’t personalize anything just unplug your brain realize any mistakes and take care of it later.  



Psst. One last thing, go on a gossip diet.   Stay away from peeps that rely on gossip to connect, turn off social media that indulges in gossip as well.    You’re welcome.  



Jupiter Enters Pisces: Swimming in the Right Direction

Jupiter Enters Pisces

– May 13, 2021 (23:36 GMT+1)

The big news this week is the fact that Jupiter is on the move. Jupiter is the biggest planet in the universe and the best planet in astrology. Jupiter takes 12 years to circuit the zodiac bringing its blessings to each of the twelve star signs in turn.

In mythology, Jupiter was a Sky God, linked to expansion, benevolence and protection. Jupiter is the planet that represents travel, higher education, the law, truth & justice, wherever you seek meaning & purpose in life, the bigger picture. At its best, Jupiter’s influence is jovial, fortunate and lucky.

Therefore, wherever Jupiter goes, you’re wise to follow as this is where opportunity lies. What begins under a Jupiter transit often promises success.

Most significantly, for the first time in 18 months, Jupiter is no longer under Saturn’s rule. Jupiter entered Capricorn on December 2, 2019 and Aquarius on December 19, 2020, both star signs ruled by Saturn.

Jupiter’s move into Pisces promises a lot as Jupiter is finally swimming in the right direction in one of its two signs of rulership.

Jupiter In Pisces

At its best, Jupiter in Pisces is boundless compassion, kind and sensitive. Jupiter expands what it touches and Pisces is the star sign linked to dreams, the imagination, spirituality and mysticism.

Pisces is a creative and imaginative influence and Jupiter’s move into Pisces will spell good news for the Arts. Here in the UK, theatres, art galleries and museums are opening their doors on May 17th and not before time.

Foreign holidays, travel and freedom could also prosper as Jupiter, the global planet, gathers strength. Although, for now, Jupiter is only dipping its toe into Pisces so it’s unlikely that the world is going to open up dramatically.

Jupiter is the truth planet moving into Pisces, which is linked to the media. Here’s hoping there’ll be less lies and manipulative behaviour from our press & TV screens and more truth & open-minded debate.

Jupiter’s swimming in and out of Pisces so use the timing of this to your advantage. Here are the dates when Jupiter’s in Pisces:

  • May 14 to July 28, 2021 
  • December 29, 2021 to May 10, 2022 
  • October 28, 2022 to December 20, 2022

The real proof of Jupiter’s strength in Pisces may not arrive until April 2022 when Jupiter meets Neptune in Pisces, Pisces’ other ruling planet. This will be an interesting time for the media as Neptune deludes while Jupiter expands.

Note that Jupiter will return to Aquarius from July 28 to December 29, 2021. It won’t be as close to Saturn as it was earlier this year but it may mean that our freedoms are curtailed once again.

In other words, you’re probably wise to make the most of Jupiter’s expansive transit through Pisces over the next two and a half months.

Notice what happens out in the world when Jupiter enters Pisces this week and in your own life. Listen out for signs, hunches and coincidences.

Where Jupiter Promises Success

Here’s a quick guide to the areas of life that Jupiter will highlight in your horoscope in the coming year. Read both your Sun sign and your Ascendant sign.

Remember, it’s important not to sit back and wait for Jupiter’s gifts to come to you. When you know which area of your life Jupiter is highlighting, take advantage of the best planet.

Jupiter encourages risk-taking, envisioning, enthusiasm and positive vibes. The more you put in, the more you get back in return.

Pisces: Jupiter is in your 1st house ruling your physical body, your personal goals and ambitions. The spotlight’s on you when Jupiter’s in Pisces giving you the feel-good factor and doubling your luck. Embrace new experiences, be adventurous and say Yes to life.

Aries: Jupiter is in your 12th house ruling retreat and quiet times. An ideal time to develop your spiritual side, listen to your inner voice, learn meditation, yoga or go on a retreat. Let the inner journey begin.

Taurus: Jupiter is in your 11th house ruling friends, groups, social activities and concerns. An ideal time to connect with old and new friends alike, join a club, society or community project, do your bit for a humanitarian, environmental, political or social cause.

Gemini: Jupiter is in your 10th house ruling your career, vocation, status and where you’re heading in life. An ideal time to change career, ask for a pay-rise, go for promotion, take a sabbatical, work abroad, gain new qualifications or pursue a dream goal.

Cancer: Jupiter is in your 9th house ruling travel, study, philosophy and spirituality. An ideal time to broaden your horizons and remember that life is the journey and not the destination. Emigrate, sign up for a life-changing course, be open-minded and explore life in depth.

Leo: Jupiter is in your 8th house ruling joint finances, sexuality and all that’s hidden or taboo. An ideal time to pray for what you most need in life, receive an inheritance, improve your financial portfolio, explore your sexuality or embrace celibacy, share resources and pool finances.

Virgo: Jupiter is in your 7th house ruling your 1-to-1 relationships. An ideal time to fall in love, propose or be proposed to, play the field and become a dating superstar, let go of any relationship that restricts you, employ a personal trainer, life coach or find your ideal business partner.

Libra: Jupiter is in your 6th house ruling work & routine, service to others and your health. An ideal time to change the 9-to-5 so you free up your time, apply for a job, join a volunteer agency, boost your health and fitness. Jupiter in Pisces is likely to be busy for you, go with the flow as much as you can.

Scorpio: Jupiter is in your 5th house ruling children, creativity, entertainment, love affairs and fun. An ideal time to give birth, get pregnant, work with children, write your masterpiece, explore your creativity, have an affair, become a socialite, buy tickets for a big event.

Sagittarius: Jupiter is in your 4th house ruling your home, family, your past and where you come from. An ideal time to move home, expand where you live, make a journey into your past, celebrate with family and find your clan. Forgiveness is a theme moving forward, as is letting go.

Capricorn: Jupiter is in your 3rd house ruling communication, siblings, neighbours and your local community. An ideal time to launch a website, tell stories, reconnect with brothers, sisters or people who live close by, join your neighbourhood watch scheme, update your mode of communication or transport, become a teacher or mentor.

Aquarius: Jupiter is in your 2nd house ruling money, personal possessions and what you value in life. An ideal time to earn more money, play with your investments, think ‘less is more’ and de-clutter your possessions, show your charitable or philanthropic side, value yourself highly.

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