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Unread 02-08-2019, 11:38 AM
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Re: Neptune's a b*tch

Thanks for sharing, Brion - very insightful and glad you were able to prevail over the force of these transits and Neptune.

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Unread 02-08-2019, 05:06 PM
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Re: Neptune's a b*tch

I **** with my girl Neptune. Only been giving me problems now that it's conjunction my natal Saturn. Before I was having a great time full of creative achievements, now I have to work extremely hard to actualize my goals.

Neptune is teaching you to let go and let God. If you don't completely surrender to the spiritual realm she will have you for breakfast. That's just how it is. People get confused because leaving the physical plane is a very scary place.
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My ex boyfriend is a Pisces rising with a Sun Moon conjunction in Pisces conjunct his Pisces ascendant within 1 degree. Currently he is going through transiting Neptune just starting to travel over this stelium. Also, the same stelium of planets square N. Mars. He was an anesthesiologist and pain specialist therefore he worked positively with these energies however he is also an arrogant, narcissistic, manipulative drug addict. He is utterly and completely delusional as to how he really is. Never in my life have I been around someone who thought so highly of themselves and gave so much credit to the tiniest effort of his behalf. Best decision I ever made to dump him. As much as he helped people in his career, he was also someone who used people.

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Re: Neptune's a b*tch

That's interesting. Neptune is the source of a lot of trouble.

Pisces, to begin with, are 2-sided (in my case, a Pisces Sun Sign) I've always had 2 jobs and had trouble deciding between 2 or more things, from a basic sense) but then add all the other **** and they are a nightmare. I'm sorry you had to go through that. Very typical of Pisces to talk about themselves. It explains why Hollywood is represented by Neptune - the most narcissistic place there is!
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That's interesting. Neptune is the source of a lot of trouble.

Pisces, to begin with, are 2-sided (in my case, a Pisces Sun Sign) I've always had 2 jobs and had trouble deciding between 2 or more things, from a basic sense) but then add all the other **** and they are a nightmare. I'm sorry you had to go through that. Very typical of Pisces to talk about themselves. It explains why Hollywood is represented by Neptune - the most narcissistic place there is!
I never really considered Pisces 2-sided as much as they are wishy washy and changeable. I guess that could be interpreted as two-sided. Lol

I have another old Pisces boyfriend from 20 years ago who had a drinking problem. Funny, the two Pisces boyfriends I have had both had addictions. Anyways, his Sun was the only Pisces planet so he wasn't as wishy washy. He was also a good person and most assuredly NOT narcissistic like the doctor.
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Wow, there are so many negative comments about Neptune. It after all is considered malefic. I have had trouble with having Neptune in my 1st as it made me very confused about my identity, mostly confusion of my gender. It died down a bit as the lgbtq became more accepting to our society, but I still have hardships when it comes to liking a female as I myself am a female. Besides that, I wanted to talk about the sign it rules, Pisces.
Yes, Pisces can be very indecisive as well as a little two-sided, but they can also be seen as the mediator. They have the ability to see both sides of things and that is probably what results in their interchangeable attitude. A lot of Pisces just need a place to ground theirselves to know what is right and wrong I知 guessing.
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Unread 09-18-2019, 06:12 AM
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Re: Neptune's a b*tch

Just posted a new post more about this topic myself actually. You guys should all have a look at it.
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My personal experience says that wherever Neptune is there'll be madness, delusion and hysteria. Take, for instance, my mother who has a Neptune dominant chart and a Pisces 4th house. Her mother was a crazy medium psychic who beated the sh*t out of her and as she grown up she turned out to be not quite better than her own mother, although less violent. Crazy cult leader and Church of Satan founder Anton LaVey also had a very strong Neptune (his chart is actually oddly similar to my mother's) and he was a compulsive liar and a terrible father to his children. Just like my mom he wasn't a bad person, but was deeply troubled. I know lots of other cases revolving around mental health problems and it seems that a strong Neptune is always there. Also my biggest problems in life are all related to 3rd house issues and guess who's there? The blue gas giant b*tch!
Don't take me too seriously; I don't mean Neptune is the cause of all our problems, but its influence seems to be invariably malefic.
@Hkk, where are you? you need to see this. Neptune the pisces got exposed again.

@Uraninborgh, Ooh, I feeeeel you! I have this blue b*tch in my 3rd house too.
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Re: Neptune's a b*tch

I have Natal Neptune in 12th house, so I can safely say Neptune is comfortable in its home. I honestly think we just have to project Neptune energy in a positive way. Since I like doing graphic design, I do design as a freelance. Just to fill my time or fulfill my hobby. It kinda gave a sense of escapism a little awhile.
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@Hkk, where are you? you need to see this. Neptune the pisces got exposed again.

@Uraninborgh, Ooh, I feeeeel you! I have this blue b*tch in my 3rd house too.
Lol thank you p!!😍

I have Neptune in my 3rd house of sag. The house is intercepted. In the 3rd I have Uranus in Scorpio. Then Venus mercury and Neptune in sag.

Now that I知 into astrology I have realised things about myself.

When I was youngster at school I was switched off to learning.
The way I can describe, to me it was like I was in a cloud or a bubble and it was foggy. Neptune merc and the interception explains it.

Neptune makes me daydream. If I知 not doing anything productive/working, I will be day dreaming and I have always been like this and before astrology wondered why. I make up ideal scenarios in my head where I知 the most glamorous snd popular and everyone is looking at me (Leo moon). I know this sounds crazy but this is what goes on in my head. I知 also always in my head. Thinking 💭 thinking and thinking. But yes Neptune makes me foggy and communication can get a bit messy if I知 not concentrating.

With Neptune in 3rd the only class I ever paid attention to, where I was not foggy and very alert was the English class. English language and literature. I loved it. My English teachers liked me too .The only teachers who thought I had potential!!!

From a very young age I used to drag my mom or siblings to the library so I could read books. I used to read 3 books in a couple of weeks. By the time I was a teenager I had read the entire teen fiction section of the library. I loved reading until about 28 when my natal cap sun moved to Aquarius in my progression chart.

Neptune helped me go to another place when I read books. I was good at writing short stories too. It痴 a shame I never took it further. Maybe I could. Neptune helps be creative. We just need to channel it in the right way. It痴 hard to know how but this site helps get ideas, insights and good useful advice 😍
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Re: Neptune's a b*tch

Lots of insightful observations here about Neptune and the various ways that it affects us.

Though I'm not a Pisces, I'm a very Neptunian person: natally, I have Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and the NN all tightly conjunct in Pisces. My Neptune is in Libra, making it in "mutual reception" with my Pisces Venus (which some astrologers say is akin to a conjunction). My Neptune is also in a close trine with my Sun, and it is my most elevated planet. So I KNOW Neptune!

I don't like to say Neptune is malefic, as in the right aspect (and under control), it can so often be a source of inspiration, creation, transcendent beauty, fascinating illusion - and a means of escape from what is too hard to bear.

I credit my Neptune with making me a successful actor - a "natural" - I needed no training. I amazed the directors (and myself!) with my very first auditions. It's funny when I think about it because at every audition, I tried out for more than one role, and was always guaranteed to have one. The amusing thing is that most directors found it difficult to decide in which role (no matter how different they were) I would be best - I was often just offered the choice.

As a Neptunian actor, I easily and thoroughly became the character I was playing. I buried and protected my own identity safely deep inside when in character. And when the run of the show was over, I deeply grieved over the "death" of my character and the disappearance of his world. Taking off my makeup and returning my costume after the last show was like the rites of a funeral. I could not bear to watch the crew taking down the set. I would usually slip away and cry my heart out and mourn this "death" for days, weeks.

I left theater in my thirties when I realized with alarm that I was not really in touch with my real self. I kept my own self hidden away, not growing at all, not living in the real world. I realized that even in everyday interactions with people, I had learned to always play a believable role. No one knew the real "me", but they never knew that. This frightened me.

Theater had almost instantly helped me overcome my painful shyness, escape my extreme lack of self-esteem, and the ongoing pain of being emotionally abused by my parents all my young life. Neptune - whether through acting, reading and writing fantasy, singing old English ballads with my lute (my peculiar specialty) - helped me escape from the "thorns of life" and survive. My more realistic Taurean brother - having grown up with the same cruel parents - took his own life.

I went into therapy to find myself...and I didn't like what I found. I was a sad, wounded child inside who had never grown up, who could not come face-to-face with the real world - only with a mask - now only the everyday mask I had deliberately, studiously created to buffer the fearful child as he tried to deal with reality. My confident, structured, authoritative behavior was only a Neptunian mask. And I had started drinking too much to "keep Neptune fed".

Unfortunately, people could not accept my very childish, needy, love-deprived reality, which never seemed to grow up and heal, so the mask stayed on and hardened. And inside, I am still a lonely child.

The energy of Neptune is ambivalent, equivocal - certainly not always malefic, perhaps depending on Saturnian structured control. But it's always potentially dangerous. It's analogous to substances it supposedly rules: alcohol, drugs, etc. Under the right circumstances, a modest amount is relatively harmless and can even be quite a good thing - curative, delightful, enchanting. But too much of it will poison, paralyze, and destroy.

Ancar

PS: Tr. Neptune is now making its 4th pass (out of 5 in a row) over my Piscean Mars, and THAT is like poison. I have never experienced such utter lethargy, lack of motivation, and consequent hopelessness in my life. It doesn't help that tr. Saturn is also in a triple-hit square to my natal Neptune at the same time.
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Unread 09-30-2019, 04:25 PM
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Re: Neptune's a b*tch

I don't think Neptune's any more "malefic" than the other outer planets. I just think the society we live in (at least in the US) is least appreciative of Neptune's positive traits.

Saturn's determination, work-ethic and goal-oriented mentality is lauded, while it's rigidity and lack of imagination are not considered to be awful.

Uranus might be out there, but people tend to like a rebellious, out-of-the-box thinker, if he/she is confident in his/herself.

Pluto is prevalent in many of the famous/powerful people's charts, and the US flocks towards power, intensity and focus, even if it comes with control/possession issues.

Meanwhile Neptune's positives (imagination, selflessness, empathy) might be valued to some extent, but often work against "getting ahead" in society. Thus Neptunian people usually have to internalize it to survive, and that leads to perhaps* more bad examples of Neptunians in society.
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I don't think Neptune's any more "malefic" than the other outer planets. I just think the society we live in (at least in the US) is least appreciative of Neptune's positive traits.

Saturn's determination, work-ethic and goal-oriented mentality is lauded, while it's rigidity and lack of imagination are not considered to be awful.

Uranus might be out there, but people tend to like a rebellious, out-of-the-box thinker, if he/she is confident in his/herself.

Pluto is prevalent in many of the famous/powerful people's charts, and the US flocks towards power, intensity and focus, even if it comes with control/possession issues.

Meanwhile Neptune's positives (imagination, selflessness, empathy) might be valued to some extent, but often work against "getting ahead" in society. Thus Neptunian people usually have to internalize it to survive, and that leads to perhaps* more bad examples of Neptunians in society.
This is an excellent point you have made about Neptune. You have a point here about Saturn, Pluto and Uranus. Even Mars too as it is applauded when someone has so much drive and when someone is 'dreamy' they are frowned up on in this big world. Its the same in the UK btw.
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