a day that can’t be pinned down—sun conjunct neptune—feb 26th

It will probably come as no shock to many of you that last night at midnight, the Sun and Neptune exacted theireb26c-1 conjunction at 7º16′ Pisces.

To accompany the watery mist of this conjunction, the Moon is squaring the pair from Gemini, today. Also, a sign not known for it’s stable nature.

Having Venus, Mars, Uranus, Jupiter, the South Node and Saturn all in Fire signs, generates a consuming steam wafting from the murky Piscean depths. Those who can naturally navigate these waters with spry agility have access to creative talents which will abound with imaginative Neptunian fervor.

And luckily, the Jupiter Rx/Pluto/Chiron yod has reformed, lending a needed Leonine focal point for those of us who require a palpable material expression.

The last week has felt unsolid and unhinged to me. There’s simply a sense that the bottom will fall out of our entire existence, either from decayed rot or fundamental illusion. Maybe both.

This is precisely how a Neptune transit usually feels. The best course of action is to surrender and drift.

Just float along.

Yesterday and today, the conjunction is at its most vital. Remember, the fade will fade, I promise.

Lona

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2 thoughts on “a day that can’t be pinned down—sun conjunct neptune—feb 26th

  1. Barbara says:

    Today is my 58th celebratory year in earth and I to say, all in all, that with 7 degrees sun in Pisces natally, that the “surrender and drift” feels pretty good, natural, and even liberating. Lessons in letting go of ego and being “present” had been helpful as well.

    Love your posts, Lona!

    Barbara

    Natal/Birth loc: 93W14, 38n42; 03:56 02/26/57
    Saturn Rising

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