By Michael Stipe, Bloomberg News – 4 Nov 2015 07:02:48Jupiter’s astrological meaning comes with a asterisk, according to an astrologer who tracks the planet in the latest issue of The Astrological Journal.
The asterisk means the planet is an important sign, but it is not as important as it once was, said astrologist Richard DeWitt, whose name is on the cover of the first issue of the Astrological Journal.
DeWitt’s asterisk denotes the planet will return to a place of prominence during the next 100 years, which could be due to a political, economic or economic crisis, he said.
The asterisk is usually displayed in the form of a triangle in order to indicate the planets closest and farthest planets in the sky.
The planets name in Latin is an exclamation mark that indicates the planets past, present and future.
The first issue is the last issue that Astrologue publishes.
The astrology is the oldest and most popular science fiction genre and is based on astrology.
Astrology is a form of numerology, which focuses on how the planets orbit the sun and how they relate to each other.
The Astrology magazine has published six issues of the journal since 1992.
The publication was founded in 1996 by a group of scientists who believed that astrology was more reliable than conventional astronomy.
Astrologie, which means “the art of astronomy,” is not based on the traditional science of astronomy.
De Witt, a senior lecturer in astrology at the University of Sussex, is one of the authors of Astrologs latest issue.
In his article, De Witt states: “I have no idea if it’s the most important thing that astrologists do or not.
It could be that it’s what’s really important.”
The planet will not appear in the final edition of the new Astrolograph, which will be published in 2018.