Neptune goes into Pisces

Neptune goes into Pisces again on February 4, 2012                                                       I think it is safe to say that you need to expect changes because this is not a personal planet. It is a transpersonal one.  It is the planet for personal growth as well as for the masses. It has a very humanitarian aspect because it cares about people.   H.G. Wells would say that this particular planet has ushered in peace, respect, and represents the utopian society.  It is the Camelot of where everything coincides and works for the good of all.

A German astronomer discovered Neptune on September 23, 1846 but he was not the first.  It was Galileo. He did not take official notes.  Others found it but did not write it down.  This is Neptunian!  This is a confusing concept.  It sounds like a script from Abbot and Costello.  Interestingly enough, Neptune is nebulous, watery, misty,  an elusive planet, but a spiritual planet.  Isabel Hickey said that it had the most beautiful energy of a spiritual planet.

Let us look at where it is now and think of its new entry on February 4.  Neptune is 29 degrees of Aquarius 48 minutes and it is approaching 0 degree of Pisces. During the passage of Neptune through Aquarius, you will have noticed much confusion and uncertainty with our planet and our own personal despair.  There have been corporate takeovers, broken contracts, bailouts, misappropriation of monies and playing unfair. There have been many people out for themselves without caring who they hurt.  With Neptune  in Pisces for the next 14 years it could not have returned at a better time.   We need to have compassion for the world and everyone in it.  It is not a matter of who is getting rich and who has the most, but how can we help those who are in need and starving?  That is the idea that needs to take form.  Presently, there is fighting, harsh words and stepping on others to get to the top. The fighting and arguing has to stop before we get into trouble.  If this continues, it will be a harsh future because we are forgetting about working together to make it a better word for all.  Remember  the sandbox protocol!

Neptune went into Aquarius in 1998.  Since then, technology has taken off.  Aquarius represents electricity, innovation, reality shows and the internet. Technology was soaring then and it is still reaching its mark.  Each time you look at a cell phone commercial they are doing amazing things that would not believe was possible.  We have used the term ‘really’ so much that it has become part of our language.

When Neptune goes into Pisces, it is the movies, the cinema and everything that we need to escape.   It is dreamy and it is illusion and it will bet comfortable, but this is our wake up call.  Neptune is going home where it started out and will make things happen again.  It is an era where there is hope and we need to get it.  It is evolutionary but it is an age of enlightenment.  There are new ideas and dreams that come to us because of inspiration.

Babies that are born at this time will be compassionate and will think of others. They will contribute to the world to make it a better place.  They will be born with a knowing.  They will be unselfish and will be a giving. They will have a sense of what needs to happen and will have no problem identifying what is needed in society.  These kids will be able to teach adults the values and inner guidance.  These children will not worry their parents about getting the newest or latest clothing because they will give up what they have if they know someone needs it.

Neptune is a considered to be a compassionate planet and one of transformation.  We need something like this because our world is very shaky.  Neptune deals with the arts and inspirational poetry, writing and those of the Romantic Era.  We have a higher purpose and we need to stay in touch with it.  Neptune first entered Pisces for a short time around spring and summer of 2011.  We had a taste of how things could possibly be.  Think back last year and ponder over the events in and around your environment. Was there anything that you miss now that we are at the end of January?  With Neptune continuing the journey, it will bring events and ideals to the forefront.  You can count on it!

These are a few of the events that took place 165 years ago and some of them are still not resolved.  The players have changed but the script is still the same.

Let us look at some of the past dates of this orbit.  We can calculate the years backward and look at some of the events that were going on in the world.

  • Revolts break out in Poland.  Negotiations between U.S. and Mexico for purchase of New Mexico
  • U.S. forces move into Santa Fe and U.S. annexes New Mexico in August
  • Napoleon escapes from the fortress of Ham to London
  • Iowa becomes a state of the U.S.
  • Hans Christian Anderson:  “Fairy Tale of My Life,”  his autobiography
  • Dostoevsky:  “Poor Folk”
  • Longfellow:  “The Belfry of Bruges”
  • Herman Melville:  “Typee”
  • George Sand:  “La Mare au Diable”
  • Theodor Waitz:  “Foundation of Psychology
  • William Whewell:  Elements of Morality
  • Bringham Young leads the Mormons from Nauauvoo City, Ill., to the Great Salt Lake, Utah
  • Electric arc lighting at the Opera, Paris, Opera Paris
  • Sewing machine patented by Elias Howe
  • American dentist uses ether as anesthetic
  • Smithsonian Institution, Washington, founded

Look at some of the things in 1998

  • Oscar for best picture-Titanic
  • Postage stamp goes up to 32 cents
  • White House scandal
  • World’s biggest airport opens in Hong Kong
  • In China, the Yangtze River breaks through the main bank.  Death toll was more 12,000 injuring 1,000’s more
  • There were more deaths by natural disasters
  • Exxon and Mobil merge
  • Windows 98 released
  • India and Pakistan test nuclear weapons
  • You can count backward and you will see when Neptune was in Pisces.

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