The mysteries of how you knew the “one” as soon as you met them, why our psychics are so accurate, and why astrology works will come alive during the next fourteen years when Neptune (finishing his first journey around the zodiac after we discovered his existence) is about to enter his own house—Pisces. Yes, this is a big deal, and should help balance the current drama resulting from the other slower moving planets—Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Pluto—all being in challenging aspect. He’ll be there as of April 4 through August 5, 2011, then returning on February 3, 2012 for thirteen straight years.
Neptune clearly has big plans for us with the recent revelations from a Nobel prize-winning scientist that DNA (our genetic thread) can “teleport” itself in water (Neptune’s realm). Another scientist has found that there is time travel in quantum physics, if a quantum bit is observed at “symmetrical times in the same location”… sounds like astrology and our psychics’ ability to “tune in” to us, doesn’t it? The creator of quantum physics was Max Planck, born with—yes—Neptune in Pisces!
Neptune is heading home, and will be there soon, dissolving old “realities” – all that is illusion – and we’re along for the ride through this age of new mystical revelations! If you’re wondering how to approach this powerful age, let’s refer to the last Neptune in Pisces period that produced the great playwright George Bernard Shaw, often quoted by Robert Kennedy: “You see things; and you say, ‘Why?’ But I dream things that never were; and I say, ‘Why not?’” If you’re aligned with Shaw and Bobby Kennedy’s view of the world, you’ll be aligned with the powerful energy of Neptune, now happily entering his home of compassion, great art, and magical love relationships.
What about psychics and astrologers who work with Neptune and his energies? Well, Thomas H. Burgoyne was born with Neptune in Pisces just after Neptune’s discovery, as well. He was a famous clairvoyant and astrologer who wrote the “Light of Egypt” series. The French astrologer Fomalhaut wrote of Pluto in 1897, yet he died before Pluto’s discovery in 1930. Several Catholic saints of compassion with Neptune in Pisces were also born at this time. So those of you expecting children during this time period, prepare for a gifted, compassionate child whose imagination and amazing intuitive abilities will delight you and sometimes stretch your “reality” limits.
Others born with Neptune in Pisces just after his discovery, also known as the romantic French Impressionist period when Monet, Cezanne and Renoir created their works, were Van Gogh and Gauguin. Writers Arthur Conan Doyle and Anton Chekhov were also born during this period. Music? How about Johann Sebastian Bach as an example? All of these arts will enjoy a renaissance of imagination, and our children will express this in their own being.
If you haven’t found your perfect partner yet, or are hoping that the one you’ve found will become your life mate, this will be a wonderful time of romance, sharing, music and compassion toward one another. It’s a time when the illusion of boundaries between us and others will dissolve so that we can truly know them and recognize that we love them. Work in these realms, and you will likely find the “One” there among the “Ocean of Diamonds” – the sea of endless love.
That comment wasn’t just a poetic, mythic view of eternal love, but one of Neptune’s attributes. Our scientists have offered a plausible theory that the odd tilt of Neptune might be due to an actual ocean of liquid diamonds that might be affecting its electromagnetic field. The action creating this could be the cause of the strongest winds in our solar system along the surface of Neptune’s gorgeous ocean-blue atmosphere where hydrogen from methane rises against diamonds settling into their glittering ocean – pretty cool, huh? So what does this imagery offer us?
One thing that astrologers and psychics do know is that when one surrenders to Neptune’s oceanic tides of the bliss of life instead of trying to control it, anything is possible. Flow with the water on the rapids around the rocks. That doesn’t mean giving up responsibilities. Part of loving unconditionally is also being there for the person when they fall short and disappoint us. We take turns supporting each other during the challenges of life, and find a balance far above and beyond our egotistical views and insecurities – pretty much what President Obama asked his nation to do recently. Does that sound like Utopia to you? It’s also a Neptune/Pisces creation, and deserves our commitment, along with our enjoyment of its bliss!