The Jupiter is most massive of all the planets. It is larger than all
other planets put together. Its distance from the Sun is 76, 97, 73, 940
kms, sidereal period 11.86 earth years. The max radius of Jupiter is
71350 kms (11.2times that of earth) and min. radius is 66600 kms (10.4
times thatof earth). It is 317.8 times heavier than earth. It rotates on its
own axis in 9 hours 55 minutes. Jupiter has 12 satellites. The fourmain
satellites are known as Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto. It is next to
Sun in size and orb and in brightness next to the Venus.
Jupiter is a planet of expansion. It is also called Deva Guru.
Jupiter is considered to be a teacher who removes the
ignorance and darkness and offers wisdom by throwing light.
It represents the “Sattvaguna” of the Hindus. It rules over
man’s worldly possessions and fortunes and hence is called
the Giver or Ruler of money. Jupiter represents social justice,
religion and sincerity. In the olden days the physicians used to
administer medicine in the hora of Jupiter. Nowadays doctors
write Rx on prescription slip before prescribing any medicine.
In fact it is a symbol of Jupiter and any doctor would like to
take blessing of Jupiter before writing prescription.
Jupiter is fiery, noble, benevolent, fruitful, masculine, jovial,
buoyant. Jupiter is the lord of North-East direction and governs
Hemanta Ritu (December and January). Its color is golden,
purple or violet and rules over the metals tin, gold, topaz and
platinum. Sweet and fragrant are the flowers of Jupiter. It is
the lord of finance and children. It governs education,
happiness, health, love and respect towards elders and
preceptors, good morals and conduct, wealth, respect,
reputation and charity etc.
Jupiter gives the native golden complexion, brown eyes and
hair. Jupiterians have good growth in youth, have muscular
body due to outdoor games and become so stout that they
must be respected for their growth. Jupiterians always get the
seats vacated for them even in crowd. Native has corpulent
and tall body and is wise and learned. He has loud and heavy
voice. Parts of the body ruled by Jupiter are liver, tumors,
circulation of blood in arteries, fat in the body, adipose tissue,
morbid growths, pleura of lungs, kidney, thigh, feet, right ear.
When Jupiter is afflicted it makes native extremist, having
extravagant ideas, careless, over optimistic, gambler, poor,
unpopular, lavish. It gives false hopes, failure in speculation,
worry through children, loss by relying on others, misjudgment,
miscalculation etc.
When Jupiter is beneficial it gives good health and longevity.
Native is jovial, hopeful, buoyant, humane, and of broad –
minded nature. It bestows worldly wisdom, good fortune, and
dignity, social and moral success, prudence, progress and much
expansion in all efforts. Rapid recoveries even from severe
disease are offered. Native thinks properly, does his work
ably and judges properly. Native uses fair means to earn
money and never gets benefitted by loss of others.
The diseases indicated by Jupiter are blood poisoning, liver
complaints, flatulence, dyspepsia, hernia, skin disease, catarrh,
dropsy, mucus in urine, abscesses, carbuncles, diabetes,
eczema, vertigo etc.
The products represented by Jupiter are all fat containing food
products like butter, ghee etc, sweet flavored eatables like
oranges, banana etc, big trees like peepal tree, rubber, yellow
colored flowers and vegetables, oak, elm, birch, figs,
asparagus, beet, pinks, red roses, dog grass, apricots, gram,
pulse etc.
Jupiter represents animals like horse, ox, elephant, stag, and
domestic animals. It also represents eagle, peacock, pheasant,
whale, dolphin etc.
Jupiter represents places like courts, pompous buildings,
places where coronation and religious functions are
conducted, temples, colleges, schools, legislative assembly
Precious metals and gems represented by Jupiter are gold,
platinum, topaz and yellow saphire. Native whose lord of
ascendant is Jupiter can wear the ring of yellow saphire in
gold in index finger in the constellation of Jupiter.

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