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Secrets to success

Jupiter is a lucky, helpful planet. Jupiter’s path through the sky provides clues as to how and where you’re ready to grow. On October 10, 2017, Jupiter enters transformative Scorpio for a 12-month cycle that brings fresh energy around growth and expansion and indicates we’re all ready for progress and insights in new areas of life.

The cycle of Jupiter takes 12 years, so Jupiter visits each zodiac sign only once in that longer period. The opportunities you encounter while Jupiter tours Scorpio have been 12 years in the making.

Scorpio is the deepest, most insightful of all the signs. As a water sign, Scorpio is sensitive, private and loyal. It’s also a fixed sign, which means it can be slow to initiate change. However, once planets in Scorpio set their mind to something they’ll see it through till the end.

A sign of strategy and profound curiosity, Scorpio always wants to know more. Planets in Scorpio help you dig deep into your true motivations and can help you clarify hidden fears. Healing treatments of all kinds can be especially effective during this cycle.

Abundance and fertility

Jupiter in Scorpio offers rewards after a period of great effort, or once you’ve gone through a period of intense

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