Neptune

Neptune in various signs

Neptune Aspects Jupiter - Conjunct, Sextile, Trine and Square

In good aspect this refines and purifies, but at the same time strengthens, the feelings and all the social and emotional side of the nature. It favours courtesy, honour, candour, sincerity, gentlemanly feeling benevolence, sympathy.

Neptune Aspects Moon Conjunct, Sextile, Trine and Square

In good aspect, increases the imagination, makes the emotional side of the nature active and fertile. The native lives largely in the emotions and feelings, is swayed by passing moods and impulses, lives in them, learns from them, and expresses himself through them. Fortunate for acting, music, art, etc., and for most psychic studies and occupations, mediumship, crystal gazing, etc.

Neptune Aspects Mercury - Conjunct, Sextile, Trine and Square

In good aspect a versatile mind, changeable, embracing many subjects and not lingering long over one; ingenious, inventive, intuitive, fertile in resource. Gives aptitude for psychic studies, ability to get ideas from astral sources; crystal-gazing, psychometry, automatic writing, trance or inspirational speaking.

Neptune Aspects Venus - Conjunct, Sextile, Trine and Square

In good aspect, the native is easily moved to admiration of the opposite sex, and is emotional and romantic in love affairs, and easily caught by beauty. There may be more than one love affair or marriage. It is good for partnership and general prosperity, and contributes towards benefit and pleasure through friends, associates, popularity.

Neptune Aspects Sun - Conjunct, Sextile, Trine and Square

In good aspect this must tend to bring good fortune through whatever occupations may be signified by the planet; but, unfortunately, very little is known of these. It probably influences pursuits connected with the water, travelling, speculating; also activities that give amusement and pleasure, theatres, concerts; and is beneficial for events of the fifth house generally, and perhaps for legacies.

Neptune Aspects Mars - Conjunct, Sextile, Trine and Square

This influence is not easy to determine, as the two planets do not seem to have a great deal in common; in fact they appear in some respects almost polar opposites, the one typically negative and the other extremely positive.

Neptune Aspects Saturn - Conjunct, Sextile, Trine and Square

In good aspect the influence is not unlike that of Uranus just mentioned, especially if Uranus is the more elevated of the two. It is good generally for occupation, worldly standing, preserves the goodwill of acquaintances and the public, and wards off enemies. It increases concentration, intuition, depth and clearness of thought.

Neptune Aspects Uranus - Conjunct, Sextile, Trine and Square

This influence is very difficult to elucidate; for apart from their obvious influence upon matters signified by mundane house and zodiacal sign, there does not seem to be much effect other than that upon mystical and occult affairs and out-of-the-way subjects and occupations.

Neptune in the Third House

Neptune in the third house, imaginative, fanciful, and weird mental tendencies ; fondness for spiritualistic phenomena and matters pertaining to the occult and mystical side of things ; poetical fancies ; dreamy state of mind. Only a few can respond to the higher vibrations of the planet Neptune ; but those who have any tendency to allow their nature to become depraved and degraded seem to come under an influence from this planet which appears to be the inversion of a very high moral grade.

Neptune in the Twelfth House

Neptune in the twelfth house exerts an influence which is very difficult to foresee when good, or to guard against when evil. When afflicted, the native is in danger of all sorts of secret enmity, underhand conduct from others, and treachery. When well aspected he benefits through affairs that are kept secret, and through matters that even his friends do not suspect ; its influence is then good for all secret concerns and occupations, detective work. private agencies, etc., as well as for occultism.

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