Mercury-Jupiter Aspects: Mr Big Stuff

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Today’s blog, and it’s title is dedicated to the memory of Dwight Arrington Myers, better known as Heavy D, who made his transition on Tuesday, November 8th, 2011 at the age of 44. He served the hip- hop community as a vibrant, positive and inspirational figureHis presence will be sorely missedMay his artistic contribution live on as well as his expansive, generous spirit. Hev is truly “Mr. Big Stuff.”

In astrological symbolism, the planet Mercury represents the rational mind. It’s what we think about; the processing of information. Mercury is speech, writing and the formation of our opinions.

Jupiter symbolizes the higher mind. It’s the largest planet in our solar system, and whatever Mr. Big Stuff touches, he expands. In some cases, Jupiterian contact can even indicate an exaggeration of sorts.Jupiter infuses meaning, significance and wisdom.

If there’s a Mercury-Jupiter aspect contained in your birth chart, your mind has the potential to see the world from a wide lens view. If you’re able to develop this aspect, the results can manifest in someone who gathers information like a cook compiles ingredients for a recipe. Not only can you know all of the parts, but you’re intuitively adept at baking the whole cake. The gift of synthesis can be yours.

Mercury-Jupiter people have the capacity to enthusiastically examine a subject or situation and all of it’s inherent possibilities. This aspect reminds me of a scene from the movie “Love Jones”, when Nina asks Darius:
” So you just have all of the answers, huh?” and he replies: “No, just all the questions.” What we’re dealing with here is a wide ranging, philosophically inclined mind seeking to derive profound meaning from thought.

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The typical challenge for the Mercury- Jupiter individual is practical application of lofty ideals. What people with this aspect need, arguably more than anything is clarity. If it’s absent, they may find themselves spouting sweeping generalizations based on a morass of unorganized information.

You’re not fully capitalizing on this planetary contact if you’re sitting in a smoking room with four other college professors or “intellectuals”, wearing your tweed jacket (complete with elbow patches), pipe in hand, pontificating about why we’re on this earth, with no structured plan in sight.

Mercury- Jupiter can negatively materialize as the person who thinks they know more than everybody. Accumulating knowledge for it’s own sake. Neglecting to prioritize relevance. The self-righteous pseudo-scholar striving toward blowhard status.

The relationship between these two planets is used most constructivelywhen you’re able to share your vast reservoir of wisdom with others, inspiring their minds to greater heights, igniting the spark of noble activity. Through your understanding, both yourself and others are able to generate efforts toward tangible worldly achievements.

Because of the orientation of your mind, the eclectic approach to learning can and will surely be employed. However, meaning must reign supreme. If one remains consistent in this view, a natural expansion of mind will occur, through the extraction of enlightenment from diverse systems of thought in order to create a comprehensive personal philosophy.

Mercury- Jupiter: your elevated ideals are held in high esteem.  Just remember that your keys are on the coffee table, gas is what makes the car go and reading by candlelight is out of vogue.

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2 thoughts on “Mercury-Jupiter Aspects: Mr Big Stuff

  1. I laughed out loud at too many parts of this. You all wrapped up my experience communicating with Jupiter trine Merc in one post. I love reading your perspective on the aspects. Thanks for the insight 🙂

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