History of Jupiter in Pisces

Below are all the dates Jupiter was in Pisces since 1879, with a summary of its major aspects during each period, and various seemingly relevant events extracted from Wikipedia.

25th March 1879 – 2nd April 1880

Jupiter was opposite Uranus in Virgo (exact in March, September & December of 1879), having recently squared Pluto in Taurus (March 1st).

Electric light was a feature. The first light bulb of practical use was developed by Edison, who also demonstrated incandescent light for the first time, and the first ever electric street lights were installed in Wabash, Indiana. Russian revolutionary Leon Trotsky was born.

8th March 1891 – 16th March 1892

Jupiter was involved in a t-square; opposite Saturn and squaring Neptune & Pluto in Gemini. It also trined Uranus in Scorpio.

Many ships sank, with much loss of life. Viruses were discovered. J.R.R. Tolkien, Henry Miller and Cole Porter were born. Carnegie Hall opened. First long-distance transmission of Alternating Current (Gemini and Uranus). “Tobacco Protests” in Iran.

20th February 1903 – 1st March 1904

Jupiter again involved in a t-square, squaring Pluto in Gemini and Uranus in Sagittarius, three times. Also trined Neptune in Cancer once as it entered Pisces.

Several events re the U.S. taking control of the Panama Canal and Guantanamo Bay. Anais Nin, Bix Beiderbecke, Eliot Ness, Bing Crosby, Vincente Minelli and Bob Hope are born. Technological developments in travel, i.e., Ford’s first car, the original Ford Model A, and Orville’s first flight. The first “World Series.” Women’s Social and Political Union (suffragettes) founded in U.K. in October. The High Court of Australia sits for the first time. The Russian Social Democratic Labor Party splits into two groups; the Bolsheviks (Russian for “majority”) and Mensheviks (Russian for “minority”).

4th February 1915 – 12th February 1916

Jupiter conjoined Chiron in Pisces (exact in May and November). It also trined Pluto at 0° Cancer as it entered Pisces.

Middle of World War I. Pluto is photographed for the first time. Muddy Waters, Billie Holiday, Orson Welles, Saul Bellow, David Rockefeller, Ingrid Bergamn, Arthur Miller, Frank Sinatra, Edith Piaf are born. Norman Wisdom, a literal Jupiter-Chiron in Pisces, known for playing the sad clown in films, was born (Don’t Laugh At Me Cos I’m a Fool). Monet paints his Water Lilies. Onset of the Armenian Genocide. British and German forces get out of the trenches and play football in no-man’s land on Christmas Day. Franz Kafka’s Die Verwandlung (Metamorphosis, The Fly etc) is first published in Germany. Theory of General Relativity published by Albert Einstein. Dadaism begins. Nobel Prizes for Peace and Medicine are not awarded.

18th January 1927 – 6th June 1927
11th September 1927 – 23rd January 1928

Jupiter squared Saturn in Sagittarius in February 1927. Jupiter was in Aries from June to September.

Werner Heisenberg formulates the Uncertainty Principle. First successful long-distance demonstration of television (Bell Telephone Co. transmit an image of Hoover). Pope Benedict XVI, Sidney Poitier, Cesar Chavez, Coretta Scott King, Peter Falk, Roger Moore, George C. Scott, Steve Ditko were born. The Great Mississippi flood affects 700,000 people. To The Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf; themes of subjectivity and the problem of perception. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is founded in the U.S (Academy Awards). Charles Lindbergh makes first non-stop solo trans-atlantic flight in his plane the Spirit of St Louis. CBS goes on the air with 47 radio stations. The Jazz Singer, the first feature-length “talkie” opens in the U.S. (end of silent film era). 1,600 people are hospitalized in London after hurting themselves on the icy streets (watery square to Saturn). Show Boat opens on Broadway. The BBC was established as a public corporation by Royal Charter. In Britain, 1,000 people a week die from an influenza epidemic. The River Thames floods in London killing 14 people.

14th May 1938 – 11th May 1939
30th October 1939 – 20th December 1939

Jupiter opposed Neptune in Virgo in April 1939, trined Chiron in early Cancer twice, and trined Pluto at 29+ Cancer as it left Pisces in May. No major aspects in the second period. Jupiter was in Aries in the interlude.

Tail-end of Great Depression. Run-up to and start of World War II, which finally breaks out in September 1939 while Jupiter is temporarily in Aries. Neville Chamberlain’s famous “peace in our time” announcement. In 1938 Adolf Hitler is Time magazine’s “man of the year.” These are just a couple of examples of the world’s state of  denial in the run up to the second world war. Spanish Civil War ends in 1939. Premiere of the longest U.S. film ever made (at that time), Gone With The Wind. Superman and Batman first appear in comics. The “world’s first oceanarium,” Marineland, opens in Florida. Orson Welles’ adaptation of War of the Worlds is broadcast on the radio, causing panic. A coelanth, thought to be a long extinct fish, is caught. Mohandas Gandhi begins to fast in protest of autocratic rule in India.

15th April 1950 – 15th September 1950
1st December 1950 – 21st April 1951

Jupiter trined Uranus in Cancer in April and July of 1950, and January of 1951. It retrograded back into Aquarius in between.

Beginning of “The Golden Age of Television” (1950’s and 60’s in the U.S. and U.K.). L. Ron Hubbard publishes Dianetics (beginnings of Scientology). In South Africa, the Group Areas Act is passed, formally segregating races. Jordan formally annexes the West Bank. Peter Frampton, Jay Leno, Stevie Wonder, Huey Lewis, Richard Branson and Dr Phil McGraw were born. The Office of Defense Mobilization is established in the United States. Mount Etna erupts in Sicily. The new United Nations headquarters officially opens in New York City.

25th March 1962 – 4th April 1963

Jupiter repeatedly opposed Uranus and Pluto in Virgo, while also conjoining Chiron in Pisces. It also trined Neptune in Scorpio three times.

J.F.K. is U.S. President. Vietnam War ongoing. Cuban Missile Crisis. Rachel Carson’s book Silent Spring is released, giving rise to the modern environmentalist movement. The publication of Betty Friedan’s The Feminine Mystique launches the reawakening of the Women’s Movement in the United States. Female suffrage is enacted in Iran. A Clockwork Orange is published. The United Nations passes a resolution condemning South Africa’s apartheid policy. Tom Cruise, M.C. Hammer, Joan Cusack, Demi Moore, Jodie Foster, Quentin Tarantino were born. Marilyn Monroe died. Steve Ditko was born with Jupiter in Pisces in 1927, and his character Spider-man is now “born” under the same placement, in a Marvel comic entitled Amazing Fantasy #15. The Hulk also debuts with The Incredible Hulk #1 by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. West Side Story wins Best Picture. David Lean’s epic film Lawrence of Arabia premieres. Frank Morris, John Anglin and Clarence Anglin become the only apparently successful escapees from Alcatraz. The United States Supreme Court rules that mandatory prayers in public schools are unconstitutional. John F. Kennedy delivers his famous “Ich bin ein Berliner” speech. The first Wal-mart and Target stores open. The Rolling Stones make their debut at London’s Marquee Club. The Beatles release their first single, Love Me Do, and first album, Please Please Me. A locust swarm threatens New Delhi. Telstar relays the first live trans-Atlantic television signal. An agreement is signed between Britain and France to develop Concorde. U.S. spacecraft Mariner 2 flies by Venus, becoming the first probe to successfully transmit data from another planet.

8th March 1974 – 18th March 1975

Jupiter squared Neptune in Sagittarius three times, and trined Saturn in Cancer twice.

Cold War and Northern Ireland “Troubles” are ongoing. The Pioneer 11 probe passes Jupiter and captures famous images of the Great red spot. Impeachment of Richard Nixon. Watergate. Alanis Morissette, Joaquin Phoenix, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ryan Seacrest, Drew Barrymore were born. A Japanese soldier from World War II surrenders in the Philippines. The Super Outbreak, the largest series of tornadoes in history, hits 13 U.S. states and one Canadian province. ABBA win the Eurovision Song Contest with their song Waterloo. Stephen King publishes his first novel, Carrie. The Warsaw radio mast is completed, the tallest structure ever built (it collapses on August 8, 1991). The Universal Product Code is scanned for the first time, to sell a package of Wrigley’s chewing gum. Juan Peron, President of Argentina, dies and is succeeded by his wife, Vice President Isabel Peron (the first female head of state in South America). The Rumble in the Jungle – Muhammad Ali and George Foreman. Lord Lucan disappears. The Milgram Experiment (about responses to perceived authority figures) is published. Wheel of Fortune premieres. Margaret Thatcher becomes leader of UK Conservative Party. The Rocky Horror Show opens on Broadway. Vietnam War: South Vietnam President orders the Central Highlands evacuated; this turns into a mass exodus involving troops and civilians (the Convoy of Tears).

20th February 1986 – 2nd March 1987

Jupiter squares both Chiron in Gemini and Uranus in Sagittarius three times – they form a t-square once around August 1986. Jupiter also forms a t-square with Chiron in Gemini and Saturn in Sagittarius in April 1986.

Mid Reagan/Thatcher years. In Ukraine, one of the reactors at the Chernobyl nuclear plant explodes, creating the world’s worst nuclear disaster. The Iran-Contra Affair. The United States Senate allows its debates to be televised on a trial basis. Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme is assassinated on his way home from the cinema. The first paper is published describing the Atomic force microscope. United States Navy divers find the crew compartment of the Space Shuttle Challenger; the bodies of all seven astronauts are still inside. An article in the New York Times charges that Kurt Waldheim, former United Nations Secretary General and candidate for president of Austria, may have been involved in Nazi war crimes. Pope John Paul II officially visits the Synagogue of Rome, the first time a modern Pope has visited a synagogue. Hailstones weighing 2.2 lb (1 kg) fall on the Gopalganj district of Bangladesh, killing 92. John McCarthy and Terry Waite are kidnapped in Beirut. Hands Across America: At least 5,000,000 people form a human chain from New York City to Long Beach, California, to raise money to fight hunger and homelessness. Diego Maradona’s “Hand of God” in FIFA World Cup. The Big Bang in the London Stock Exchange abolishes fixed commission charges, paving the way for electronic trading. Supernova 1987A, the first “naked-eye” supernova since 1604, is observed. Charlotte Church, Lady Gaga, Usain Bolt and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen were born.

4th February 1998 – 13th February 1999

Jupiter squared Pluto in Sagittarius in March 1998, and trined Chiron in Scorpio (April and October).

John Hume and David Trimble win Nobel Peace Prize. Good Friday Agreement: the Belfast Agreement is signed between the Irish and British governments and most Northern Ireland political parties, with the notable exception of the Democratic Unionist Party. Monica Lewinsky Scandal and attempted impeachment of President Bill Clinton. Voters in Maine repeal a gay rights law passed in 1997, becoming the first U.S. state to abandon such a law. Iraq Disarmament Crisis. Florida El Niño Outbreak: Tornadoes in central Florida destroy or damage 2,600 structures and kill 42. Data sent from the Galileo probe indicates that Jupiter’s moon Europa has a liquid ocean under a thick crust of ice. Natascha Kampusch is abducted by Wolfgang Priklopil (she remains in his captivity until August 2006). The film Titanic wins 11 Oscars. The Food and Drug Administration approves Viagra for use as a treatment for male impotence. Catholic priests’ sex abuse scandal: The Diocese of Dallas agrees to pay $23.4 million to 9 former altar boys. At a conference in Rome, 120 countries vote to create a permanent International Criminal Court to prosecute individuals for genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and the crime of aggression. Google was founded. Sky satellite television launches in the UK.

18th January 2010 – 6th June 2010
9th September 2010 – 22nd January 2011

Jupiter opposes Saturn (which has retrograded into Virgo) in May 2010, and then conjoins Uranus in Pisces in September and January of the second period. It’s in Aries in between. Chiron is also in Pisces from 20th April to 20th July 2010 (before retrograding back into Aquarius ’til February), but it makes no conjunction with Jupiter. The last conjunction of Jupiter and Uranus in Pisces was in 1334 (thirteen thirty-four), the next will be in 2093.

13th May 2021 – 28th July 2021
29th December 2021 – 10th May 2022
28th October 2022 – 20th December 2022

Jupiter conjoins Neptune in Pisces in April 2022. Jupiter is in Aquarius during the first interlude, and Aries during the second.

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3 thoughts on “History of Jupiter in Pisces

  1. Hello,

    Thanks soo much for this, wonderful work Tracy!

    Its got me thinking of what it will be like for me when Jupiter’s stay in Pisces transits my natal Chiron (in Pisces) in the 8th.

  2. what I really like and must look into is the fact that in the last 3 trips into Pisces it was squaring an outer planet in Sag. now we will have the first conjunction with Uranus then before Pluto gets out of Capricorn we will have the conjunction of Neptune.

    If I didnt have an 8 yr old I would be at this all day. Maybe…thanks tracy

  3. Very interesting and informative post.. I learned a lot from this one and appreciate all the time and research that went into its making.

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