In late January and early February of this year, I published a series of blog posts that discussed the aspects that transiting Neptune was about to form to a configuration of planets that defines the charts of individuals born during 1965 and 1966. While I mostly goof around on this blog, it’s one of the more-serious discussions I’ve posted here.
It also happens to be one of the discussions that drives a fair amount of traffic to my website. I’m sure that a lot of people my age who are into astrology have wondered how this major lineup of planetary heavyweights was going to affect them because they’ve arrived here after Googling the particular aspects that Neptune formed to Pluto, Chiron and Uranus over the past year. I don’t believe that many other astrologers are discussing it because I’m not exactly the scholarly type that students of astrology call upon for serious advice.
Anyway, Neptune is still forming these aspects. When it turns direct in about a week from now, it will make a final pass over the same points it visited earlier this year when I first published the aforementioned blog posts. So, it’s probably a good time to revisit them.
I introduced the brief series with a post called “The Return of Neptune.” The next three posts after that discuss the details of the aspects transiting Neptune formed with Pluto, Chiron and Uranus respectively throughout 2020. It is important to note that these aspects are about to recur, and that Neptune’s next retrograde cycle in 2021 will take the planet back into a fairly close opposition with natal Uranus in the charts of people born during this generation. It ain’t over yet!
If you’re on these people who was born around the same time as me, it’s worth a read. While I do rely heavily on the words of the esteemed Robert Hand in order to provide an interpretation of this significant time in our lives, my perspective on the matter has been validated by several of my readers in the comments section of this blog and on my social media sites. A lot of us are feeling the exact same way. In fact, even though I’m in my mid-fifties, I feel as I’ve been taught a life lesson from these aspects that is going to make the second half of my life a lot more easy to live.
Maybe you’ll feel the same after you’ve read through my posts. I sure hope so!