Neptune's Immensities

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Neptune's Immensities

On February 26, 2015, at 6:00 PM Central Time, I am presenting a webinar for Nightlight Astrology, called "Neptune's Immensities."

Neptune is currently in Pisces, and on February 26 Neptune will be in an almost-exact conjunction with the Sun in Pisces. It's a wonderful time to explore the complexities and confusions and other-worldly imaginings of the planet Neptune.

John Ruskin, a prominent and influential artist, art patron, and art critic during the Romantic period of Western history, noted that, "The imagination is never governed. It is always the ruling and divine power." This will be our entryway into Neptune, a planet of immense imagination. 

Currently, Saturn in Sagittarius is in a loose square with Neptune in Pisces, an aspect that will become much stronger (exact) in the autumn of 2015 and throughout most of 2016. This webinar explores Neptune in the context of this Saturn square. With Ruskin's quote in mind, we can see that Saturn square Neptune is a conflict between governing forces, a tense period when the cold, hard reality of Saturn's limitations must contend with Neptune's imaginative appeal. Saturn in Sagittarius' quest for the Truth spars with Neptune in Pisces' so-called "illusions." 

The last time Saturn in Sagittarius was square Neptune in Pisces was in 1692 and 1693, during the Salem witch trials. It was a time when Saturn's intolerance of more magical and supernatural belief systems took its toll - a theme explored in "Neptune's Immensities." I'll also speak about the profoundly important role Neptune plays during our current times, a role that will increase in significance particularly after the Uranus-Pluto square passes in the Spring of 2015.

"Neptune's Immensities" features a number of audio and video clips from movies to help grasp the grand, oceanic nature of Neptune.

To register, please click here to make a donation to Nightlight Astrology in an amount between $15 and $25, or more. Adam Elenbaas will send you the log-in information for the 26th. If you have any questions, please email me.

Posted on February 4, 2015 .