Natal Jupiter in the 4th House

Jupiter is known to be the greater benefic, illuminating any house it is natally placed. When it is positioned in the 4th house of a natal chart, it will generally bring a happy childhood in a large and prosperous family. As the 4th house is traditionally ruled by Cancer and the Moon, the mother will play a very important role in the native’s life, providing him with a lot of love and security.

Jupiter in the 4th house signifies a large family; there are possibilities of having a lot of siblings or living in a large house with a lot of family members; grandparents, uncles and aunts, cousins and even distant relatives. This placement usually gives a lot of wealth to the family, and brings an abundance of food; there is constantly something being cooked and offered at the table, and the whole family eats together in a happy atmosphere.

With such a Jupiter placement, the mother of the native is the archetype of “the provider”. She will cook and feed all the time, even force to eat but in a funny and gentle way. She might be rather fat but also funny and maybe is the even the head of the family. Her character is strong and fair, while she will usually have a very strong Jupiter/Sagittarius emphasis in her natal chart. Usually, she will be somehow involved in religion and has a high-level perception of philosophy, even if it can be rather abstract. There is wisdom in her, and this will also pass to the native.

Someone with Jupiter in the 4th house will have a very happy childhood overall; there is a lot of fun and playing, while the native observes his parents being happy and prosperous. Family as a term receives a rather positive color in the native’s mind; he will probably dream to continue the same pattern and create a large one himself. Jupiter is an expansive planet, and when natally located there will be pressing the native to expand his 4th house issues during all of his life. The native might want to make a lot of children, and will definitely strive to have a large house as the one in which he spent his early years. It is a very frequent phenomenon that this house will come as a heritage to him after his ancestors pass away. In addition, he can also inherit large parts of land; all the matters concerning real estate, land ownership, agriculture and mining will turn out favorable.

Of course, as Jupiter is the planet of expansion his effect can have even an adverse nature. The native who has Jupiter in the 4th house can be a spoiled child, or be the favorite one among his parents and relatives. The wealth coming from the family might make him lazy, as he could even not need to work in his life because his parents will have provided him with everything needed. Such kind of people may have a big passive income from their early years, and simply live their life with the money that their wealth generates. Is that a bad thing? Of course not! Everyone wishes to be able to live such a life. The bad thing is that the native might spend his life caring too much about feeding his lower needs, without investing in his soul. In case he understands that there are more things in life than having a good time, then he will become really happy and evolve to a conscious being. And this is exactly what Jupiter wants, empowerment of the 9thhouse- the house of philosophy.

When the native will energize his 9th house, and start concentrating on his spiritual evolution rather than his wealth, Jupiter will manifest in an even better way. Not only he will generate a more prosperous life, but also grant wonderful old years. The 4th house is responsible of one’s old age, and an active Jupiter will make the native receive all the benefits; his last years will be very pleasant. Jupiter gives also a possibility of getting involved in religion- or some other type of moral system/philosophy.

Generally, people with Jupiter in the 4th house are advised not to change their residence location; they will not prosper anywhere else in the world as they would prosper in their birthplace. This, of course, happens if Jupiter is well-aspected. Most of the times though, the person with this natal Jupiter is rather complacent and has no desire to relocate somewhere far. After all, the leisure that his home conditions provide cannot be easily found elsewhere, and the mother’s food is also a main reason to stay.


Each planets have a different effect on you, depending on which house and sign they reside in. In order to find out where they are located in your natal chart, you can use our free birth chart generator. Also, examine the aspects that they form with other planets in your chart. You will understand a lot more about the detailed role that they have in your horoscope.

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Eman

I have this placement. The entire description above is beyond painfully incorrect… I did not grow up in a large family, nor do I wish to have one. My family was not rich & they definitely did not care if I was fed. Also, my mothers “cooking” was reheated frozen dinners. I have never had a large or even close to large income. I’m very upset with this description as my experience has been the exact OPPOSITE. The real description for Jupiter in the 4th House is being raised by a religious mother who cared more about church than her own children. It was the church who benefited from these meals you go on about, not me or my sibling. She earned money through suing the company she broke her back at… which she then gave to the church. I would watch her put $100 checks in the collection plates yet we were starving at home. She would spend several days a week bending over backwards for the church, dragging us kids along with her despite us never wanting to go. Needless to say, I did NOT have a pleasant childhood. Just because you believe Jupiter to be a “benefic” planet, doesn’t mean that it actually is. Every planet has its ups and downs, even *gasp* Jupiter. Jupiter’s negative side is dogmatism & fanaticism. Negatively aspected Jupiter refuses to be obliged to any form of commitment. I don’t understand why none of this information was included.

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Vanessa M Klaas

My placement too. I find it to be pretty accurate however. And my childhood was quite unlike yours although not without it’s own difficulties. I do recognize some of these aspects to be within myself and the way I parent; not within my own mother however. I feel like this placement is one that often depends on other aspects within the chart. For example I have Pieces in my 4th house so I assume that would change Jupiters influences then say if it were Capricorn. I dunno, just some added insight I suppose.

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pimpom

Hey, I also did not have a pleasant childhood. My parents were divorced and I did not live with my mother! I did her job in my family. Also my Jupiter is retrograde and in Aries. Not sure what all that meant but I had to take mad responsibility for myself and others. Anyway, I suppose Chiron in 7th is what caused the problems. Oddly enough my Sun is in 10th.

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Sssss

Wow… 4th house Jupiter here, I also had a religious fanatic mother who donated all of her money to the church. Single mother, no siblings and no other family besides my dad in this world.
Childhood was pretty pleasant, lots of outdoor stuff. I was an overachiever who won at everything which is no longer the case haha.
And completely contrary to the last bit, I think the only real good side to this Jupiter placement is that I have lived a lot of different countries and am striving to have homes all over the world.
Jupiter is my chart ruler

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Krabby

Hey, in my case too mother is a bit too much into religion for my taste! And not always using it to improve her values.

Did not grow up in a large family either. However the cooking part is true in my case, never had to complain about the food my mother prepared.

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Kanu

My husband has Jupiter in his 4th house and whatever you have explained above is exactly him and his life. Wow!!

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aca12

but what about Libra?