Sunday, March 13, 2011
Neptune in Pisces A VERY new beginning
So, today my beautiful Pisces friend, Carol and I were discussing the events in Japan and it led us to next month's huge move by Neptune. On April 4th Neptune will go to his home sign, Pisces. It has been 160 years since the last time Neptune was in Pisces, one thing I always remembered from my youth when I was studying Astrology that I thought it was absolutely perfect that photography was created when Neptune was in Pisces. Perfect, because photography is associated with both Pisces and Neptune. Remember that imagery, a world beyond a world that is what we get with Pisces and to a certain extent Neptune. There is so much we can expect when the move takes place some of it will be inspiring. Some of it unworldly.
Carol turned me on to a great write up by Adrian Ross Duncan from last fall. I encourage you to give it a read. Here is a snippet:
This process will take place in stages, with initial awareness and concern as Neptune dips its toe in the Piscean ocean on April 4, 2011, retreating to Aquarius again from August 5, 2011 to February 3, 2012, after which time there will be 13 straight years with Neptune in Pisces. Early in this period there will be good governance reflected by Saturn in Libra, which can be characterized as the time of President Obama.
It is when Saturn moves into Scorpio, in reception with Pluto in Capricorn and trining Neptune, that things get interesting. This combination is a strong counterpoint to the survivalist dictates of the Uranus/Pluto square, and shows a serious mobilization of state compassion. Generally this will coincide with left-leaning governments worldwide, though there could just as well be right-wing quasi-dictatorships. It is worth remembering that the year Neptune entered Pisces for the first time - 1847 - the Communist Manifesto was published with the memorable words “Workers of the world, unite!”
GO HERE for more of his very interesting piece.