Scott on phone yesterday… “That’s my greatest fear,” he said. “I have always been afraid of that. I can’t imagine anything worse.” Listening, I thought his fear was very unlikely to ever manifest and I noted this in regards to Saturn Neptune. Hologram fear. “I don’t know what my greatest fear is,” I said. “I […]
Saturn in aspect to Neptune, effects. Square, opposite, trine, conjunction.
So about these older African men, after all these years of this happening, I got to thinking about it. Because it never fails. I have had an older black man supporting me, and I mean absolutely accepting me and everything about me without equivocation all my life. And when I move or they move, another
So here’s a story. Ultimately it’s in line with the parenting theme though I guess this won’t be immediately apparent. The Saturn Neptune themes fly in all directions don’t they? Saturn = parenting. Neptune = nebulous. ::shakes head:: Once upon a time I met this African man. I was thirteen and I don’t know how
I use Saturn Neptune techniques with my children all the time. I would! And themes run in families so it’s no surprise my daughter has Neptune in Capricorn (Saturn ruled) in mutual reception with her Saturn in Pisces (Neptune ruled). My son has a Saturn square Neptune, so basically we are a family of suggestible
So one of the things I’ve learned over the course of my lifetime as a Saturn Neptune type is what you are afraid is going to happen is not what is going to happen. For example, say you’re 12th house Saturn and you have some awful dream. The first thing you think is oh, fuck
Now another way the Saturn Neptune is playing in the collective is all this fear. People are afraid (Saturn). They are afraid of the cab driver or the person sitting next to them on the plane. But they’re not certain they should be, courtesy Neptune which clouds everything. Should they blow the whistle on the
Scott and I. We’re still talking about the Saturn Neptune opposition: “Being homeless and having nothing to eat! My father said that was the definition of suffering,” Scott said. “Oh really? Well I don’t agree. To him that may be suffering but I don’t think that is universally true. Because I been homeless and had