Jupiter is the planet of expansion, growth, development, blessings and miracles, good luck, and health. It’s a planet of going the distance, literally and in the abstract, ruling over long-distance travel, the need to move and be free, higher education, laws, and testing one’s luck (gambling, risky behavior). Its motto is “I grow”.
It’s the ruler of Sagittarius and Pisces and of the 9th house. The Major Arcana card it’s associated with directly is The Wheel of Fortune. The other Major Arcana cards it’s connected to due to the signs it rules over are Temperance and The Moon.
Astrologically speaking, Mars is the planet of assertiveness, conflict, aggressiveness, high energy, sexual intensity (particularly in a dominant role), determination, ambition, competitiveness. It’s associated with Divine Masculine energy. Its motto would be “I act”.
Mars is the ruler of Aries and Scorpio and of the 1st house. The Major Arcana cards it’s associated with are The Tower, and due to its dignity as ruler of Aries and Scorpio, The Emperor and Death.
Neptune is the planet of the collective consciousness, psychic insight and empathy, dreams, astral projections, evolution, ideation, the dissolution of a status quo and quests to uncover universal truths, and potential confusion or vagueness. Its motto is “I dream”.
As the ruler of Pisces, Neptune also rules over the 12th house. It’s directly connected to the Major Arcana card The Hanged Man and via the sign it rules over, Pisces, to The Moon.
Saturn is the planet of long-term aspects in one’s life, including ambitious goals, plans, dedication, responsibility, virtues, one’s sense of duty and commitment, career path, life path and destiny, karmic rewards (and punishments) with that it entails – limitations, restrictions, challenges, and tests –, and it involves also authorities and authority figures. Its motto is “I achieve”.
Saturn is the ruler of Capricorn and Aquarius and of the 10th house. The Major Arcana tarot card directly associated with Saturn is The World. As ruler of Capricorn and Aquarius though, it’s also connected to the Devil and The Star cards.
In astrology, the Sun is the symbol of identity, conscious ego, power, vitality, resilience, inspiration, asserting one’s leadership qualities. It’s associated with the Divine Masculine energy. Its motto would be "I am”.
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