Neptune: A Dangerous Passivity

The Neptunian force in astrology is thought to be illogical, but we can forgive anything if it “gets” us emotionally, and so we don’t sit there cold, critical, poking holes. Neptune’s submissive ways and detachment from reality are, however, a threat to an individual’s autonomy. It’s believed that falling in love has this same vulnerability, it overtakes as one is helplessly hit by Cupid’s darts. Love has no reason, we protest, it chooses us. Neptune is like this magical feminine being, an alluring figure, it comes to us in all…...

This content is for Full Moon Membership and Solar Lifetime Membership members only.
Log In Register

Neptune and Pisces: Spaced-Out Astral Swimmers

Alan Oken discussed dipositors in his book Rulers of the Horoscope. The author described how “Neptune in Pisces being a final dispositor in a chart occurs only once in about one hundred and sixty years. The next time this can happen will begin in the year 2011. Stay tuned – there will be a few incredibly gifted psychics and gurus and enormous fleet of spaced-out astral swimmers!” In the Pisces realm, enter into the higher echelons of dopedom, where logic seems to shift like loose cargo, and the meaning of anything seems…...

This content is for Solar Lifetime Membership and Full Moon Membership members only.
Log In Register

Neptune: The Dangerous Planet

Psychologically, Neptune substitutes things such as security, safety, and what is known for something vaster. It is a huge energy on the astrological chart, and can easily make us surrender to life itself. It rules over all chaotic feelings, and can easily un-focus the lens, making us inclined to dream, sometimes impossible dreams, and we yearn for far-out things. The blue planet rules what is transformed or altered in the exact same way our perceptions are changed by mind altering substances. The outer planets (Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto) have a…

Neptune

The function of Neptune is to dissolve boundaries, to mix the material and the nonmaterial. It is deeply symbolic of the GREAT FLOW of life. Through our Neptunian function, we glimpse other dimensions and higher states of being, entering into a magical, indefinable world. The blue planet is something of a “psychic doorway” and is emblematic of poor boundaries. Neptune is representative of the waters of the world and dissolves our ego barriers and beckons us to transcend the limitations placed upon us by external reality. Moreover, it tends to…

Saturn’s Boundaries — The Outer Planets

We establish boundaries by defining what separates and differentiates us from each other. In Svend Erik Larsen’s opinion, even the most basic objective border, such as a street curb, has a Janus’s face; it serves as both a barrier between and a boundary to something else. It can be perceived as either a barrier or a gate, depending on your perspective. Saturn is the planet that regulates boundaries, restrictions, and limitations.   Considering that it acts as both a barrier and a gateway to the outer planets, Saturn is the…

Nebulous Neptune

The planet Neptune has always emanated a nebulous energy and is therefore connected to matters which are unclear, vague, hazy, and indefinable. These are only some of astrology’s favorite keywords, other common ones are “deception” and “illusion.” These illusions tend to distort reality and there may be a tendency to see life through rose-colored glasses. Neptune is the ruler of dreams, visions, and imaginings. Neptune signifies our ability to lose ourselves in a story, an imaginary world, and make-believe. Neptune rules all forms of film, photography, glamor, and illusion. On…

Neptune, Pisces 12th House: The Mutable, Watery, Unconscious Mind

The mutable cross in astrology relates to the aspect of the mind, in fact, it’s more about ideas and beliefs, and it is these areas that we touch when we gather up all of our thoughts and communicate, discuss, philosophise, imagine and wonder. The lower hemisphere that holds Gemini and Virgo are ruled by the Mercurial signs, indicating everyday communication, the mind focused on the mundane tasks of life, the higher aspects of the mind are indicated by Sagittarius ruled by Jupiter and Pisces ruled by both Jupiter and Neptune.…

Neptune: The Universality of Answers

Elaine Morgan, anthropologist, theorizes that at some point in our history we may have been island exiles. Isolated after a great flood, we might have diverged from other primates into semi-aquatic mammals who slept on land but spent most of our days wading or swimming. They point to our loss of body hair; salty tears; layer of subcutaneous fat (something shared by warm blooded creatures from ducks to dolphins, but not chimpanzees); flexible spine; streamlined body; seal at the back of the nose, to keep water out of the lungs….…

Pisces, Neptune and 12th house Poetical Musings

Pisces, Neptune, and the 12th house represent the ocean, the overflowing seas of the horoscope, an energy that is often difficult to hold within our fingers, seeping through like water and circling us in a whirlpool of stormy chaos. The sea’s tumultuous state is always shifting according to Neptune’s whims, but it always eventually returns to a state of stillness and quiet that can be eerily silent. Neptune is the keeper of the ocean’s bottomless depths, wherein lie secrets, mysteries, and magic so powerful that not even man has been able…

Pisces, Neptune, and 12th house: The Psychologically Unborn

Anything in life, symbolizing a womb-like container is very Neptunian. The phrase: “psychologically unborn” comes from Liz Greene’s Neptune, and the Quest for Redemption. The author pointed towards hospitals, places of asylum, and other institutions used as a kind of psychological escapism and retreat away from reality. Drugs and alcohol and other uses/abuses possessing the power to help an individual to forget, and to totally lose the mind. It’s frustrating to get such an individual to face reality instead of living in their own bubble. Many seek financial support, some…

Pisces: A Fish Out of Water

In the ocean, Pisces finds mystery, mysticism, imaginative stirrings, transcendent beauty, massive emotions, glamour, enchantment, and an unconscious world that defies logic. This is not surprising given Pisces’ dislike of earthly reality. Because of the seemingly infinite supply of oceanic psychic renewal and creativity, a Piscean is easily seduced into this world. Pisces’ attraction to water has long been a source of conflict, with some claiming that it has even resulted in self-destruction in some circumstances, albeit in a passive fashion. If you immerse yourself completely in this world, you…