(from Latin Iupeter, from Proto-Indo-European *dyeu-peter- "god-father") The supreme deity of the ancient Romans. From *deiw-os "god" (Zeus) + peter "father" in the sense of "male head of a household." Compare Greek Zeu pater, vocative of Zeus pater "Father Zeus;" Sanskrit Dyauspita "heavenly father." Also called Jove.
The Roman name for the supreme God, called Ζευς Zeus by the Greeks.
"Among the Greeks, Christ is called Zeus, Jupiter, the Father of the Gods." - Samael Aun Weor, The Perfect Matrimony
As a planetary influence, Jupiter is related to: "High civil and ecclesiastic military persons, matters related with money, big businesses, matters related with judges and with tribunals, etc." (Samael Aun Weor, Manual of Practical Magic). Governed by Zachariel.
"...it is known in accordance with the classics that there are more than three hundred Jupiters within the Greek pantheon... JOVE or IOD-EVE in his other aspect is the male-female JEHOVAH, or the collective androgyny of Elohim from the books of Moses, the Adam Kadmon of the Kabbalists..." - Samael Aun Weor, The Three Mountains