What are the interpretations of the Jupiter in the 9th house of the natal chart? And how does this manifest itself in life?
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Jupiter in the 9th house

 Jupiter is the planet of great opportunity and success in life. If this luminary is well located, then it gives its wards happiness, joy, luck, prosperity and high position. 

The 9th house of the horoscope is responsible for education, long journeys, worldviews and religious views, and the location of Jupiter in it is considered successful. The owner of the horoscope tries to broaden his horizons, studies a lot and travels around the world. He cares not only about material well-being, but also about spiritual development. Read more

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 JUPITER IN THE NINTH HOUSE gives a peaceful, noble, optimistic and kind-hearted disposition, with religious tendencies, broad-minded and tolerant of the opinions of others, but favoring the more orthodox and established lines of thought. The person is much esteemed in society and apt to occupy prominent positions in church, state or in institutions of learning or philanthropic associations. 

This position also gives a love of travel with pleasure and gain thereby. But when weak or afflicted by sign or aspect it gives arrogance and love of display which is our of proportion with the person's pocketbook, consequently there are lawsuits and liability to social discredit. It also shows danger when traveling.  

Max Heindel

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With Jupiter in the Ninth House you will find luck, ease of working and general good fortune coming through the study of psychology, religion, philosophy and other profound subjects.

Possessing good intuition, clear foresight, breath of vision and a peaceful, logical and optimistic disposition, you could achieve honour and distinction in religious, intellectual, academic, legal, philosophic or philanthropic affairs. There is likely to be much travel and deep study of foreign cultures. This will serve to expand your intellectual perspective.
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