Jupiter/Saturn combines the heights of Jupiter with the grounding of Saturn, the "ups" of Jupiter with the "downs" of Saturn, the ideals of Jupiter with the realities of Saturn:
The Jupiter/Saturn combination often shows up as the meeting of the ups (Jupiter) and downs (Saturn), and the expansion (Jupiter) and contraction (Saturn) at the same time. The life of Barrack Obama demonstrates this dynamic; at the same time that Obama won the United States presidential election he also lost his maternal grandmother, whom he was very close to. Tom Hanks exemplifies this dynamic in the movie Castaway, a movie that celebrates (Jupiter) the struggles and solitude (Saturn) of a castaway stranded on an island. At the moment when the castaway accesses the larger world (Jupiter) by leaving his island he experiences the loss (Saturn) of his “friend” Wilson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaQa4ttIyNo
The Jupiter/Saturn combination in the chart and life of Sigmund Freud can be seen in the following quotes joining themes of Saturnian negation with Jupiter’s expansive success: “Yes, America is gigantic, but a gigantic mistake.” “From error to error one discovers the entire truth.” “Just as a cautious businessman avoids investing all his capital in one concern, so wisdom would probably admonish us also not to anticipate all our happiness from one quarter alone.”
The Jupiter/Saturn combination can show up as success (Jupiter) that is well structured (Saturn) because of the element of time (Saturn) and/or hard labor (Saturn) and hardship (Saturn) that preceded it. The author J.K. Rowling exemplifies this quality of the Jupiter/Saturn combination. She was a single mother living in poverty and supported by the welfare system of the state before writing the Harry Potter series of books that would go on to turn her into a billionaire.