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Neptune In Sagittarius

Neptune in Sagittarius

This position for this generation will be productive of very rigid patterns of religion. You will find that whatever you believe will act as a powerful painkiller and panacea for your problems.

This may be very helpful to some and very destructive to others. In some cases, this will give you a faith which frees you to develop to your highest level. In other cases, it will be an escape from the harsh realities of the world in which you live. For still others, you may be very evangelical in trying to promote your beliefs. Much will depend on the cooperation you get from the ruler of the sign, Jupiter.

You will have a strong desire to keep things moving. At least in the beginning, you are likely to challenge the society in which you live with religious concepts you feel represent truth.

Those of you born under the early Jupiter/Neptune conjunction were 13 years old when the final conjunction occurred late in the sign. This conjunction can create a very nebulous desire to stay within the confines of the status quo without really understanding the nature of that status quo. Along with this, there is extravagance with imagination and unclear ideas and expectations difficult to work with.

Most of you will have difficulty avoiding being lost in a fog, rebels without a cause.  If you have Neptune in the Ninth House, you will have all the tendencies previously mentioned as well as a tendency to live in a dream world of your own. Much of what you dream will materialize in unpredictable ways.

Here are a few keynotes of Neptune in Sagittarius. This should NOT be considered an exhaustive list.

NEPTUNE IN SAGITTARIUS: Idealizes and inflates expectations of worldwide vision and connections, freedom, travel, international and spiritual communications. Spiritual blessings: prophecy, vision, dreambody travel, drama.

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