Moon conjunct Neptune conjures up images of nocturnal sea mist and inky black oceans, infinite and unfathomable. It is the slippery, ethereal mermaid, slipping in and out of the waves, impossible to catch. The moon glistens over her tail as she flashes in and out of view, tantalising, teasing, just out of reach. One can only navigate by sound and feeling because you cannot trust your eyes here. Neptune is musical, but Moon Neptune plays a haunting, ethereal tune that takes one into another world. Of eerie whale song and moaning sirens. One feels euphoric and merges with the landscape. Moon conjunct Neptune has problems with boundaries, where they personally finish and others begin. They are a psychic sponge, so of course this makes them super-sensitive to their environment. This means that they may need to be quite reclusive since they are just too stimulated by everyday life. People may find it hard to trust them as they are so slippery and hard to pin down. Moon conjunct Neptune has the most wonderful imagination, but sometimes it comes so easily they may not actually realise it, consequently they find it hard to distinguish between reality and fantasy.
Moon Conjunct Neptune Celebrities
Charles Dickens had immense story-telling ability drawn no doubt from the great Neptunian collective consciousness. His tales resonated and touched the public so profoundly that it made him one of the most popular novelists of all time. He had a knack for creating memorable characters and was famous for his cliff-hangers. He was criticized however for being overly melodramatic, gushingly sentimental and pushing the boundaries of believability. Charles seems to have Moon/Neptune traits running as a thread through his life. He was said to have a photographic memory for people and events he experienced in his childhood, which became subjects of his novels. He even set up a home for the redemption of fallen women! Saviour (Neptune) of women (Moon).
Ronald Greenaway (07’), Brenda Frazier (07’), Rosa Bonheur (08’), Edward Kennedy (18’), Dustin Hoffman, Greta Sacchi, Sean Lennon, Charles Dickens, Francesco Franco, David Essex, George Orwell, Guillaume Apollinaire, Peter Ustinov, McCartney/Eastman Davison, Sting, Gary Numan, Justin Timberlake.