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I have Neptune inconjunct Saturn. I just recently learned that aspect might explain why I can never decide between mysticism or science, idealism or realism. I still love Neptune, even low energy Neptune, because that's the stuff all the best tragedies are made of.
Tragedy is Capricorn-ruling Saturn's specialty. It literally means "Cry of the Goat"!

Neptune is about healing with sorrow, while still finding ways to feel happy despite the grief and despair without having to shutdown emotionally.

Here's a song about it called "I've Got to Use My Imagination" by Gladys Knight and the Pips.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=H_bdnysN5sg


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this is something I pretty much excel at. having a lot of neptune energy. it can be inspiring but can also be debilitating, it has it's up's and downs. I definitely associate a lot of myself with this planet. I couldn't really call myself a pluto or mars or moon individual for instance. not in the same way I could call myself a neptune person. it is what it is.

it's on my 7th house cusp, opposite my sun, opposite venus, square to mars, square to saturn, inconjunct to mercury. generational pluto sextile. trine my north node which is the closest aspect and is exact. the widest aspect is 4 degrees. the upside? artistically inclined, humanitarian, never get bored or lonely with an amazing imagination. the downside? difficulty concentrating, mental health problems.
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Such a thought provoking thread☺️💕 I even found myself doing brief research on my very own Neptune placement, aspects, degree and if it had any significance throughout my life (through process of elimination of course) 😊 Humorous enough, the Sabian symbol (Influenced by CapAquaPisc’s comment to look this up. Thank you as well! ) that my Neptune falls under the 6th degree of Aquarius and has to do with faith (That I do have a lot of) but also “ Performer of a mystery play”, in my ninth house. Thank you for creating this thread☺️💖 It really was insightful💕
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I have had Neptune transiting my 7th house for a few years now and it has been dreadful. Natally. Neptune is in Scorpio in the 3rd house and Pisces is on 7th house cusp. Be glad when it moves out of 7th. The best analogy I can give is its like walking through life with a blindfold on. You have absolutely no idea of what is going on, mind the menopause was part of that too which doesn't help.

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I personally find Neptune to be one of the more frustrating planets in a chart. It also has the largest swings in extremes.

I DO think it has some higher aspects. I believe all planets have their negatives and positives but I find that the extremes in Neptune are the worst.

I would like to learn more about how to tell when Neptune is going to present in a positive way or a negative way. I feel that aspects alone are not enough...maybe the very consciousness of the individual involved is the key?
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I have North Node in Pisces, in the 12th house, and I half agree!

If you have too much anxiety and fear, Neptune will drown you! There has to be enough trust in life, an appropriate amount, to help you have a belief in life! You will drown in the oceanic Neptunian seas, if you lack faith!
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I have North Node in Pisces, in the 12th house, and I half agree!

If you have too much anxiety and fear, Neptune will drown you! There has to be enough trust in life, an appropriate amount, to help you have a belief in life! You will drown in the oceanic Neptunian seas, if you lack faith!

I most definitely agree. I have really studied in this in the last year since posting my comment. I have come to the realization that how Neptune plays out in one's chart is completely dependent upon the level of consciousness of the person involved.
If you are operating from lower energies like fear, delusion, etc....Neptune will amplify it and reflect that back to you like water. If you do the inner work and face fears (saturn) and dig deep (pluto), Neptune will a tually bring a good amount of enlightenment. Now I understand when people talk about Neptune as a highly spiritual planet.
The better you get at letting go of things, ideals, whatever....the better Neptune plays.
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I most definitely agree. I have really studied in this in the last year since posting my comment. I have come to the realization that how Neptune plays out in one's chart is completely dependent upon the level of consciousness of the person involved.
If you are operating from lower energies like fear, delusion, etc....Neptune will amplify it and reflect that back to you like water. If you do the inner work and face fears (saturn) and dig deep (pluto), Neptune will a tually bring a good amount of enlightenment. Now I understand when people talk about Neptune as a highly spiritual planet.
The better you get at letting go of things, ideals, whatever....the better Neptune plays.

Neptune intrinsically relates to the concept of "Maya" in the Hindu religion.

We have a nursery rhyme for it: "Row, row, row your boat, gently down the stream...."
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WOw what is NEPTUNE?!
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I most definitely agree. I have really studied in this in the last year since posting my comment. I have come to the realization that how Neptune plays out in one's chart is completely dependent upon the level of consciousness of the person involved.
If you are operating from lower energies like fear, delusion, etc....Neptune will amplify it and reflect that back to you like water. If you do the inner work and face fears (saturn) and dig deep (pluto), Neptune will a tually bring a good amount of enlightenment. Now I understand when people talk about Neptune as a highly spiritual planet.
The better you get at letting go of things, ideals, whatever....the better Neptune plays.
The sucky thing is that you can't always know everything, with Neptune!

It's foggy at times!
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