I believe that Neptune is given a fabulously good press by contemporary astrology, and one that is scarcely deserved. Certainly, Neptune’s reputation is enormously positive compared to his brother Pluto’s, and yet I am endlessly sceptical about how deserving of his many generous epithets Neptune truly is. Like the ocean, Neptune seems beautiful, yearning and restive, a vastness of potential and a personification of a gentle eternity, but it seems that way from the perspective of the safe shore. Anyone who has been beyond sight of land in a black and angry sea understands that Neptune’s power is just as dread as his brother’s; equally as alien and inhumane.
The following is a continuation of the previous article, below. For a full appreciation of the themes and configurations in Watt's astrology, please refer to the article preceding this. To the casual listener, Alan Watts might well come across as extremely thoughtful, intelligent and insightful, but there is no question that his style was anything... Continue Reading →
Today I wanted to look at some of the astrological themes of spirituality and religious thought in a specific case; and since I don't really have any work today I am going to take a glance at the chart of a man, who for me, embodied some of the highest principles in human understanding of... Continue Reading →