I am in deep reflection about the spiritual meaning of Neptune’s transit of houses.
Brief Reflections on Neptune
Neptune is difficult to think about and write about, I think because thoughts and words are chiefly earthly artifacts, so they are in the wrong dimension. But we are here, so here we are. I think Neptune is more difficult to grasp than Pluto or Uranus, at least at a fundamental level.
I increasingly think about incarnated life as living on two channels, a spiritual one that transcends this incarnation, and an earthly one that IS this incarnation (more in On Being Incarnate). For me, Neptune is connected to the spirit channel where thoughts and earthly actions don’t really apply. I have to use my “higher sense” and perception. I see incarnations as spiritual journeys.
I have an immediate selfish reason for wanting to perceive Neptune. It has a unique place in my birth chart, being part of one quintile yod and three septile yods. It also bisects my tight Pluto–Chiron opposition, which is central to my early life drama. I sense that Neptune is closely related to septiles. Continue reading “How Neptune Transits Reveal Spiritual Journeys”
The chart ruler is the planet that rules the sign of the Ascendant of a natal chart or composite chart, and it offers fascinating insights into one’s character, relationships, and life patterns.
In order to use the chart ruler, you must know your birth time or have your chart rectified (an astrologer derives your Ascendant by working with you to analyze your life events). First, I’ll describe how it works in charts generally, and then I’ll discuss some fascinating ways it affects the rhythm of your life. Continue reading “Another Window into Astrology: the Chart Ruler”
Houses divide the sky into twelve pie pieces, and each house represents a different part of life, so houses add significant specificity to chart interpretation. They tell us in what domains of our lives bodies’ and angles’ energies will tend to manifest. I have described them in some detail below. This is the third in a series that explains how Depth Astrology works.
Houses are particularly important in chart interpretation because they change faster than any other part of the chart, so that means that they are more individualized than bodies, and they define most of the key angles like Ascendant and Midheaven. To take an example, everyone born on a certain day and place will have bodies in the same positions, with the exception of the moon, which is the fastest-moving body in a chart. But Earth’s rotation creates the movement of the houses quite quickly as the example shows. Continue reading “Depth Astrology 301: Houses”
I call the kind of astrology I practice “Depth Astrology” to differentiate it from the relatively superficial type that most of us are familiar with. This is the second of a series on the basic elements of a natal (birth) chart, which is the fundamental astrological tool. After explaining the meanings of the angles and whence they are derived, I’ll share some examples. Continue reading “Depth Astrology 201: Aspects [Angles]”