What are the interpretations of the Jupiter in the 3rd house of the natal chart? And how does this manifest itself in life?
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Jupiter in the 3rd house

 Finding Jupiter in the 3rd house of the natal chart indicates the versatile interests and good intellectual abilities of the subject. House 3 is responsible for studying, collecting and processing various information, receiving and transmitting various information. Jupiter – the planet of knowledge – enhances the meaning of the house in question. The topic of training and education becomes very important in the life of a native. 

Jupiter symbolizes broad knowledge, wisdom and generalization talent. The owner of the horoscope surprises those around him with his profound statements and philosophical sayings. Read more

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 JUPITER IN THE THIRD HOUSE when well-aspected gives a mind of a highly optimistic nature so that no matter what other obstacles there may be in life the person who has this position will always look at the silver lining of the cloud and in so doing forget the cloud itself. He will have exceptional educational advantages and what is more the education which he receives will be of great benefit to him. He will be popular among his brothers, sisters and neighbors and they will help to benefit him. 

Success is indicated by traveling, writing and publications. When Jupiter is afflicted in the Third House the person is liable to be in wrecks and accidents while traveling, but he will not be injured though he escape only by a hair breadth. If Saturn afflicts he will become careless and indolent, thus forfeiting the respect and esteem of his immediate family, but if Mars is adverse they will mistrust him because of rash and imprudent acts.  

Max Heindel

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With Jupiter in the Third House you will find luck, ease of working and general good fortune coming through your expansive, optimistic, philosophical, refined, cheerful, sympathetic and well-educated mind.

Benefits may come to you through education, literature, publishing, travelling and brethren. Your wide range of mental interests will attract many friends who help to broaden your scope of knowledge, leading you into new and unusual subjects. Success is achieved by communicating such knowledge to others - writing, teaching and lecturing.
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