Neptune Retrograde, 2018, Cosmic Reset,, Astrology

Neptune stations retrograde June 18/19th 2018, 16°’ degrees of Pisces. During the last few months with Neptune moving direct it was a time to connect with our inner intuitive self, our dreams, our divinity in the scheme of the great big picture and what is going on with the chaos in this supposedly rational world! Now it’s time to makes sense of it, in Neptunian ways.Now we are all invited to a Neptune Boot Camp, to explore further his intuitive, magical and inspirational ways. To re-align, re-believe, re-connect, re-imagine, re-dream, re-inspire, re-call.

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The language that we speak shapes the way we think, The Kuuk Thaayorre people in the far remote northerly peninsula of Cape York in Queensland, Australia, they do not use words like left and right opting to speak using the cardinal directions instead – north, south , east and west. If there an insect landed on your right arm they would say there is something on your east arm, or move your cup to the north north east instead of move your cup a little towards me to your left. Consequently their sense of space and direction is more refined and better than most human cultures because direction is implicit to their world view.

Whenever the Full Moon is in fiery Sagittarius – as it is at 8°10’ Sagittarius, Tuesday 29th May @14:19, adventure inspires and exploration beckons. Travel is therefore nicely starred. So the temptation is to now saddle-up while the Moon is in the sign of the Centaur, and leave troubles behind without a care in the world and gallop off into the far-horizon, John Wayne style : casual, relaxed and brave *.

Further and further away from the Earth we walk, as technology seduces our mind with unlimited access to selfies, reality TV, instant access to the inner twittering of another’s mind and the countless distractions that colonise our increasingly diminishing attention; as mechanisation of food means that we can grow pizza’s on trees; as urbanisation spreads like cancer across the land,

Reflecting the light of the realistic Taurean Sun, events and situations surrounding this Sunday night’s Full Scorpio Moon have the potential to become like a celestial mirror, revealing a great deal about ourselves – and all our wants and desires, especially in relation to others – and the drama that entails. Whether we are dealing with career, home or kids, looks or lifestyle, certain things may seem rock solid when seeking stability such as money, bricks and mortar, but how wisely we share the parts of life we truly value will also show how much we understand the material world is only relative when it comes to life’s greater prize, that of fulfilling and close, trusted relations. 

Something feels different about where you are now. You can feel it. Maybe it has to do with your courage being kindled. Maybe it has to do with realising that within you lies a unique identity, something that no one can ever replicate or template. Maybe it has to do with realising that your body, your home, your family of origin, your education, your social background, your religion, your culture or your location does not define who you truly are

Traditional astrology considers Mars to be exalted in Capricorn, where his assertiveness and aggression can be put to use for society. Mars in Capricorn can help build institutions, but he can also storm the fortresses and initiate change. This year, Mars will be quite busy in the sign of the mountain goat, meeting with Capricorn’s ruler Saturn then going on to conjoin Pluto, in addition to other aspects he’ll be making.

Timing this Full Moon closest to the Spring/Autumn Equinox (depending upon which hemisphere you are) with Universal Time, @12:36UT Saturday 31st March April 1st, this Full ‘Peace & Love’ Libra Moon becomes a rare second Blue Moon of the year, suggesting 2018 is shaping up to be rather unusual, in as much as a Blue Moon usually occurs every 2-3 years. And to have two Blue Moons in the same year is exceptional: with two Full Moon’s in January and again two in March.

The Chiron Return happens to us all at the age of around fifty, a deeply emotional transit where we find ourselves standing at the threshold between life and death, a liminal place between the worlds. It is there that we are faced with the spectral shades of all that has gone before, and witness them as they blend and dance, merge and become indistinct in the face of the enveloping darkness of the unknown that lies ahead.
Although it is widely accepted that ‘nothing is certain, apart from death & taxes’, like Janus, the “Chironian” looks both forwards and back,