'Women Who Love Too Much is a self-help book by Robin Norwood, and it was first published in 1986. The author is a licenced marriage, family, and child therapist and she specializes in love relationships, as well as addiction, co-addiction, compulsive eating, and depression. The archetypal pattern in these relationships is related to Neptune’s patterns of idealisation, sacrifice, illness, breakdowns, violence, alcohol problems, and terrible disillusionment.'
'I was thinking about a topic for this blog and Neptune and Chiron kept coming into my mind. Although their ongoing conjunction is in orb between 2008 – 2011, they are now both retrograde at 27º Aquarius. Since Chiron was only discovered in 1977, this is the first series of conjunctions we’ve had the opportunity to experience.
In my personal life, the presence of these planets has been strong: These last few days I’ve been contemplating impermanence, as an old family friend is in a coma and near death.'
' With Neptune in the 1st house, it represents a feeling of being lost and confused about your identity. You may not feel sure about what you want in life, and every time you try to establish solid ground in terms of self-definition, the lines become fuzzy and blurred. The Ascendant is our place of birth; it is the house of identity and potency and describes how we approach life and our personal outlook.'
"Neptune in the 12th house is the most sensitive place for Neptune; this is the planet's natural house. Neptune here makes you incredibly sensitive to the forces operating in the unconscious. Dennis Nilsen (serial murderer) has this position of Neptune (unaspected) and he described himself as the "drowning boy". Nilson's victims were only found because the drains were blocked in his apartment building and no one could work out why. The reason soon became clear when they found the remains of dead bodies floating under there.
"Neptune in the 4th house is placed in the personal home, it represents our inner feelings and relates to the past. Neptune in the fourth house can describe feelings of being inwardly lost."
"The Neptune person can come on strong at the outset, and then slowly fade away, or in some cases abruptly leave. Most of the time, he or she hangs around, whether physically or (and most of the time) psychically. It’s hard to get the Neptune person out of your system, mainly because there can be a lack of closure, a lack of answers as to why that person “faded out”, became inaccessible, or disappeared."
'Many contemporary astrologers today mostly agree with the concept that the outer planets affect them in both their birth chart and by transits to sensitive points in the birth chart. However, it is my opinion that this cannot be so. The reason behind my thinking is quite simple. Who among the many readers of this page can readily fly an airliner? Or control a multinational organization? Successfully lead an army of soldiers into battle? The point is these feats are possible but unless you have had the training and experience the probability of simply doing so is beyond your reach.'
The C*I*A - For Neptune's Return, we made a movie - Full length movie 30 minutes available Nov 2009 - Include intervies with Brian Clark and Ed Tamplin. This 9 min version can be viewed on You Tube.Neptune's return to its discovery degree at 25 Aquarius occurs in 2009 and 2010. Initially discovered in 1846, this marks its first full revolution since human awareness of this planet.
"In Escape from freedom, social psychologist Erich Fromm suggests that the reason Hitler was so successful in gaining power over people was that he has expressed what the masses felt at the time: "the craving for power over men and the longing for submission to an overwhelmingly strong outside power." Astrologically, this domination/submission instinct is represented by Pluto (which is often associated with sadomasochism.)"
"Man, the Utopian — yes. Because we can be this Utopian, we as humans. Very likely, the ant does not dream of an ant Utopia; the ant's next step in evolution is not a vision in the ant's mind, for, after all these millions of years, that vision would have begun to take shape — there is presumably no "next step" for the ant as an ant. But humanity advances; we advance because we can dream of Venus rising out of the Neptunian ocean of new possibilities.