Esoteric Astrology

Esoteric Astrology: Jupiter and Sagittarius – Class 7

Astrology is an art that reminds you about who you are and why you are here. It reminds you of your original purity, natural power, and innate abilities that you once lost due to the entanglement of worldly attachments.

This knowledge has been passed down way back in the ancient times. We don’t have to figure out how to make this work because it has been working for thousands of years.

Astrology has 12 zodiac signs, which are the 12 blueprints of human nature, 12 basic characters of humans on Earth, and 12 different ways to “know yourself”, a science that verifies you are born to succeed.

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  • Role: The King of Gods
  • Meaning: Your luck, good fortune, success, happiness, philosophy, belief systems
  • Keywords: Abundance, expansion, faith, spirituality, opportunities
  • Body parts: Liver, thighs, fat, kidneys, lungs, pancreas, spleen

The power of Jupiter is the power of faith. Without faith in your future success, you may never take action. Without faith in your goals, you may never achieve what you want. Faith is a substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Without faith in the unseen, you can never see it.

Jupiter understands that through walks of faith, not logic, we can reach new horizons. It represents the trust that even when events seem random or unjust, there is divine order and justice at work behind the scenes.

With our physical eyes, we can only see 0.005% of visible light that exists in the universe. The rest, which is approximately 99.99%, is invisible to us. Scientists call it “dark energy” or “dark matter“, which is the unknown form of energy that affects the universe on the largest scale.

In fact, your inner strength, inner courage, wisdom, intelligence, and loyalty materially exist, yet your eyes can’t see them. Jupiter’s power is the power to manifest the unseen into the seen, the invisible into the visible, the mental into the material.

While Venus is considered the Lesser Benefic in astrology, Jupiter is considered the Greater Benefic. It is the largest planet in our solar system, representing success, wisdom, opportunities, blessings, and good fortune.

The sign and the house of Jupiter usually tell you the kind of fortune you’re more likely to receive. Jupiter in your chart means the Creator already prepared success for you. Yet, to receive the blessing of Jupiter, you will have to change, because only by changing can you receive the blessings.

If you are too attached to your old habit, new doors may never open and new opportunities may never arise, because “new” means “change”. When you “grow”, you “change”. Einstein once said: “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” This is why Jupiter is the planet of growth in astrology.

The word “Jupiter” comes out of the delineation of “Diu Pater” or “Dyeus ph2tēr”, which is where the words Deos and Dyaus come from. These words mean “God” or “Sky Father”, so Jupiter is often regarded as the King of Gods or the God of the Sky in mythology.

The symbol of Jupiter represents the crescent mounted on the cross of matter. This planet protects those who believe in themselves and in universal laws.

In Vedic astrology, Jupiter is known as “Guru,” a Sanskrit term that translates to “teacher” or “guide.” This association highlights Jupiter’s role as a spiritual mentor, guiding you on your path towards enlightenment. When Jupiter is prominently placed in a birth chart, it can indicate a strong connection to religion, spirituality, or philosophical pursuits.

The principle of Jupiter is the principle of expansion. If someone has reached point C, you would need to expand to points D, E, and F, not compete at point C. If someone sells apples, you can sell bananas or apple juice, not compete with selling apples. Jupiter can give you anything you want as long as that thing does not belong to someone else.

The universe is abundant and has enough resources for all of us. All you need to do is to expand and become larger, not compete and become smaller. Hence, Jupiter is often called the planet of expansion, abundance, and prosperity. When Jupiter is well-positioned in a birth chart, it can indicate a natural ability to attract wealth, success, and opportunities.

The power of Jupiter is the power of virtues and good deeds. When you need something in life, it literally means you’re cashing your virtues/blessings to get what you want. In fact, homeless people can’t even have free food unless they have enough virtues to exchange for it, because your virtues are the real assets that you take with you in the afterlife. You earn virtues by doing good deeds.

The Secret Code: The Principle of Expansion in the Quran

Jupiter is referred to Surah Al-An’am – 160 in the Quran:

“Whoever comes with a good deed will be rewarded tenfold. But whoever comes with a bad deed will be punished for only one. None will be wronged.”

Surah Al-An’am – 160

When you add the number “0” to the right of any number, you will receive that number tenfold. When you add the number “0” to the left of any number, you will receive that number as it is. For example, if you do 7 good deeds and 3 bad deeds in a day, God will add “0” to your number so you will get 70 good deeds and 03 bad deeds in that day.

Pythagoras does not consider “0” to be “zero” but the principle of God. When God multiplies people in the Bible, He simply adds “0” to the right of that number so 12 becomes 120 which becomes 1200 and then becomes 12000.

“Then I heard the number of those who were sealed: 144,000 from all the tribes of Israel. From the tribe of Judah 12,000 were sealed, from the tribe of Reuben 12,000, from the tribe of Gad 12,000, from the tribe of Asher 12,000, from the tribe of Naphtali 12,000, from the tribe of Manasseh 12,000, from the tribe of Simeon 12,000, from the tribe of Levi 12,000, from the tribe of Issachar 12,000, from the tribe of Zebulun 12,000, from the tribe of Joseph 12,000, from the tribe of Benjamin 12,000.”

Revelation 7:3-8

The concept of God can multiply; it can divide yet can’t be divided. Multiplying any number by 0 has the result 0 (returning to the source of abundance), and consequently, division by 0 has no meaning in arithmetic.

Hence, doing good deeds is the most powerful thing on this planet. One good deed of yours can pay off 10 bad deeds, and one righteous thought of yours can conquer 1000 evils. Goodness is the Mercy and Compassion of the Creator so that we can grow, thrive, and prosper infinitely.

The nature of bad deeds is different from good deeds because you can have all darkness in the world, yet you can’t even extinguish the light of a single candle. A single good deed can wipe out all bad deeds of yours. It depends on how genuine, determined, and sincere you are.

Jupiter’s influence encourages people to think big, take risks, and seize opportunities when they arise. It is the planet of optimism and faith, reminding us that the universe is inherently benevolent and that our dreams are within reach.

Sometimes, this planetary energy can manifest as a commitment to charitable causes, a dedication to social justice, or a willingness to use one’s resources and influence for the greater good.

Jupiter reminds us that true wealth and abundance are not measured by material possessions, but by the love, compassion, and generosity we extend to others.


  • Date: November 22 – December 21
  • Gender: Masculine
  • Element: Fire
  • Quality: Mutable
  • Symbol: The Arrow or Centaur
  • Keyword: I See
  • Planetary ruler: Jupiter
  • House: 9th house – house of faith, religion, truth, spirituality, long-distance travel, publishing, philosophy, belief
  • Positive personality traits: Optimistic, fun-loving, freedom-loving, childlike, independent, philosophical, generous, honest, playful
  • Negative personality traits: Impulsive, restless, inconsistent, overconfident, careless, commitment-phobic
  • Organ: Thighs, legs, hip, liver

The Sagittarius glyph is an arrow pointing upward, representing someone shooting at the high mark of perfection. Sagittarius shoots for the moon because they know if they fail, at least they will still be landing among the stars.

Sagittarians are known for their infectious optimism and their ability to see the bright side of any situation. They approach life with a “glass half full” mentality, believing that better things are on the horizon.

This positive attitude is one of their most admirable traits as it allows them to bounce back from setbacks and maintain a sense of high inspiration even in the face of adversity. They believe after a rainy day, there will be rainbow and sunshine.

Sagittarius represents the sagittal region in our human body, which is a vertical plane that passes through the body longitudinally. It divides the body into a left section and a right section.

Sagittarius is the opposite sign of Gemini (the Twins), so it has a dual nature. This is why Sagittarius is often depicted as a centaur: a half-human, half-horse creature.

Horse means “power” in the Bible. The best kind of horse you can ride is when you dream you riding a horse. This type of horse represents spiritual power – it is often associated with war, spiritual strength, and actions.

But being a half-human, half-horse means you have an uncontrollable desire similar to that of a wild horse. This is why Sagittarius often immensely value their freedom and have a strong aversion to feeling tied down or restricted in any way. Sagittarians need plenty of space to roam and explore, both physically and mentally.

Inside us, there is a divine nature as well as a human nature; there is a man-like nature as well as a beast-like nature. The centaur symbol of Sagittarius indicates we must tame our inner beasts by pointing our arrow upward – toward truth, knowledge, and enlightenment.

When you point your arrow downward, what you will get is 666.

The Secrets of Number 666

“Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is six hundred and sixty-six.”

Revelation 13:18

666 means “χξϛ” in Greek numerology (χ represents 600, ξ represents 60, and ϛ represents 6), so six-six-six means sex-sex-sex. Sex in the head; sex in the heart; and sex in your lower regions – this will make you a beast.

The true meaning of the number 666 hides in its association with the magic square 6 x 6. It is the magic square of the Sun containing numbers from 1 – 36 in a particular order. The Babylonians called it “Sigilla Solis” or “Sun Seal” because they used it to worship the Sun god.

When you add the total of the vertical, diagonal, and horizontal lines, you will get the result of 111 for each row and each column. There are 6 rows and 6 columns in total. By adding all the 111 together, you will get the magic number 666.

There are also 36 squares in total. When you add all numbers from 1 to 36, you will get a total of 666.

In the magic square 3×3, you can also get 666 when you add the total of all lines. It’s important to know these magic squares are the symbols of the Sun, so they represent you, your “self”, and your identity.

Ancient people did not worship the Sun gods, but they hid their astrological knowledge in their symbolism. 666 is the number of man because you are the Sun (Son) of God!

The reason why 666 is called the number of man is because it is also located in the Center of Man, which is the 6th sephira in the Kabbalistic Tree of Life.

The word “God” in Hebrew means “YHVH Shemesh”, whose numerical value is:

  • YHVH = Yod + He + Vau + He = 10 + 5 + 6 + 5 = 26
  • Shemesh = Schin + Mem + Schin = 300 + 40 + 300 = 640

Together, YHVH Shemesh = 26 + 640 = 666 (The word GOD in English also totals 26: GOD = 7 + 15 + 4 = 26)

Number 666 is composed of 12 divisors in total: 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 18, 37, 74, 111, 222, 333, and 666, which biblically represents the 12 children of Israel, 12 sons of Jacob, 12 disciples of Jesus, 12 apostles of Christ, or the 12 signs of the zodiac.

Solomon is known as one of the wisest kings in the Old Testament. The name “Solomon” can be divided into SOL-OM-ON. We have “sol”, “om”, and “on” meaning “the Sun” in the Latin, Sanskrit, and Egyptian languages respectively.

Thus, the true meaning of the name “Solomon” is the Sun, who received 666 gold coins in the Bible. Gold also symbolizes the Sun in esoteric teachings.

“Now the weight of gold that came to Solomon in one year was 666 talents of gold”

1 Kings 10:14

Therefore, the true meaning of the number 666 does not only represent Satan. Rather, it represents Man, the Devil, and God – three in one and one in three. When you do wrongful things, you create your own demonic versions of yourself in another dimension. If God is not the Devil, can He create something He doesn’t know? Therefore, God is the devil, but the devil is not God. There is wisdom in this sentence.

The Nature of Sagittarius

“Coming out of his mouth is a sharp sword with which to strike down the nations. ‘He will rule them with an iron scepter.’ He treads the winepress of the fury of the wrath of God Almighty. On his robe and on his thigh he has this name written: king of kings and lord of lords.”

Revelation 19: 15-16

This revelation means coming out of your mouth are sharp words (an anagram for sword), which are the tools you use to guide your body. They are as strong as your willpower (an iron scepter). Name means nature. The name written on the thigh means the nature of Sagittarius is to be the king of kings and lord of lords, because Sagittarius governs the thigh in astrology.

This is also the reason why Jupiter, the ruler of Sagittarius, is often depicted as the king of kings and the god of gods in most mythologies. There is no coincidence in it.

As a mutable fire sign, the power of Sagittarius is the power of letting go of attachments. It is a spiritual power, because only by letting go of attachments can you develop higher energy. The arrow of Sagittarius is pointing toward the Truth because only the Truth can set you free.