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Jinn / Jinni The anglicised word for the Arabic "jinni" is genie.  In both pre-Islamic Arabian mythology and in Islam itself, a jinni (also "djinni" or "djini") is a member of the jinn (or "djinn"), a powerful race of spirits, created beings made from smokeless fire who can use their powers for good or evil.  They can see us, but we cannot see them.  They are basically a parallel creation to humans in that they are born, have children and die.
Jupiter One of the brightest objects in the night sky, Jupiter, with its many satellites, is the largest planet in the solar system and the fifth from the sun.  In Roman mythology he was the supreme god, the counterpart of Zeus in Greek mythology.  Jupiter is associated with the properties of expansion and accumulation, its associated metal being tin.  Astrologically, Jupiter is the ruler of Sagittarius and the ninth house.
Jinn / Jinni The anglicised word for the Arabic "jinni" is genie.  In both pre-Islamic Arabian mythology and in Islam itself, a jinni (also "djinni" or "djini") is a member of the jinn (or "djinn"), a powerful race of spirits, created beings made from smokeless fire who can use their powers for good or evil.  They can see us, but we cannot see them.  They are basically a parallel creation to humans in that they are born, have children and die.
Jupiter One of the brightest objects in the night sky, Jupiter, with its many satellites, is the largest planet in the solar system and the fifth from the sun.  In Roman mythology he was the supreme god, the counterpart of Zeus in Greek mythology.  Jupiter is associated with the properties of expansion and accumulation, its associated metal being tin.  Astrologically, Jupiter is the ruler of Sagittarius and the ninth house.
Jupiter One of the brightest objects in the night sky, Jupiter, with its many satellites, is the largest planet in the solar system and the fifth from the sun.  In Roman mythology he was the supreme god, the counterpart of Zeus in Greek mythology.  Jupiter is associated with the properties of expansion and accumulation, its associated metal being tin.  Astrologically, Jupiter is the ruler of Sagittarius and the ninth house.

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