Neptune to Pisces by gypsyangel ()
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Been feeling a bit disconnected? Emotional? Hard to get moving or even care if you do?
There's an app for that...sorry! Reason. There's a reason for that...
One of the most important shifts that will hit us for some time is Neptune making the journey home into Pisces and it goes exact tomorrow...
He started moving there on April 4th 2011 for a few months, and is now returning until 2026. Neptune has recently returned in its orbit to the place it was when discovered in 1846. It entered Pisces, the sign it rules, in 1847 moving through its home based mystical sign until 1861. A look at some of the events of that trip gives us a clue to the general themes that will emerge. We will all feel this watery ingress, some of us more than others. If your birthday falls early in Pisces, Gemini, Virgo or Sagittarius, or you have planets or angles there, you'll be amongst the first feel the shift as the paradigm changes on us all...
Neptune is the planet symbolically associated with illusion, delusion, glamor, spirituality, boundary-less experiences, psychic experiences, sacrificial love, deception, dreams, religious feelings, empathy, scandal, and the transcending of egos. It is the planet of fog, mist, oceans and oil. It rules photography and cinema - both forms of illusion if you think about it. There's also anasthetic and hypnotic drugs, such as opium, the drug that kills pain and produces vivid dreams. In Victorian times you could easily (and legally) buy a wide range of drugs and poisons including opium and its derivatives, such as heroin. And very popular they were too, along with alcohol, another Neptunian substance. Neptune, in its highest manifestation, is associated with compassion for those who suffer, as well as a tendency to glamorize or idealize people, ideas, or even objects.
Social unrest is one symptom of this move---and we've been seeing plenty of that all over the globe. Even the internet got swept up when some assclowns in Hollywood and Washington tried to make a move on it. And they're not done. Google ACTA and HR 1981 to see the latest assault on our rights, freedom and the internet.
So what can we learn from Neptune's 19th century foray? Spiritualism began exactly during the first year Neptune entered Pisces in 1848, and was surrounded by sensational scandal and confessions, or accusations of deception for many decades. Spiritualists seek to communicate with the spirits of the dead. Pioneer spiritualists were often wildly popular, their seances were attended by royalty, celebrities, scientists and politicians of the day. But pendulums swing back and forth and we could very well see a show down between religions coming around again.
Science may make amazing leaps--- Neptune clearly has big plans for us with the recent revelations from a Nobel prize-winning scientist that DNA can "teleport" itself in water, Neptune's realm.
DNA Teleports through water
Another scientist has found that there is time travel in quantum physics, if a quantum bit is observed at symmetrical times in the same location:
Quantum Time Travel
The creator of quantum physics was Max Planck, born with his Neptune in Pisces...
Max Planck, Wikipedia
So watch for some amazing things to happen in these areas as well as lots of changes...strap in, it's gonna be a wild ride...
Image Comments (33)
The image itself is nice. From a purely objective standpoint (subjectivity aside) I find it hard to believe in astrology partly because the signs are half a month off... no one has updated them since the pagan roman empire I guess and the position of the stars in the sky have moved since then enough that technically I should be in a different sign than I am. So if something basic like that is out of date... Let me put it like this, unless you have a good telescope and can locate Neptune and where in the sky it is, your next age might really be a few decades off.
So I'm gonna give this a five rating just because of the commentary, you taught me something new that I had no idea existed! Now I've been studying the events surrounding Neptune's movement and I must say wow, I had no idea! Keep on truckin Laura, you're awesome!