Sun Square Neptune

Sun square Neptune

Sun square Neptune will give the drive for solar recognition, but at the same time an extreme sensitivity to the exposure that goes with it. They can become successful because of their incredible imagination, charisma and ability to tap into the collective unconsciousness. At the same they are very prone to projection. The public or their lovers are inclined to turn them into their ultimate fantasy figures, which they feel the Sun square Neptune native feels they cannot possibly live up. Afraid of not measuring up to the god or goddess role projected onto them, they may turn to drug and alcohol abuse. This dissolves their already fragile ego even further. There are problems then with  Sun square Neptune believing their own publicity. The Neptune square can aggravate physical handicaps or give a tendency to hypochondria.

Sun Square Neptune Celebrities

Kevin Costner, despite his mega success and hero roles, in his youth he was a shy loner  mainly because of his short stature, he went from 5ft 2 to 6ft 2 in college. He is still not comfortable with stardom, saying “I don’t know why so much attention is paid to me or why so much money comes our way.” Brian Wilson was the tortured genius of The Beach Boys, remembered for his ethereal music. He suffered with deafness in one ear, mental illness, drug and alcohol addiction. Rock Hudson’s Neptunian deception was played out by concealing his homosexuality behind a macho matinee idol image. He cracked jokes about sissies and faries and was sometimes very generous but sometimes heartless. He was known to have a drink problem also. Marie Antoinette was famous for living a total fantasy life completely out of touch with her starving subjects.  Poetic writer James Joyce had a talent for all things Neptunian, he once studied medicine and had a beautiful tenor voice. Suffering poor eyesight all his life, he underwent about 25 eye operations and feared going to the doctor about his stomach problems in case he was told it was cancer.  Other Sun square Neptune are Paul McCartney and John Milton.

More Sun/Neptune Aspects

Sun conjunct Neptune • Sun sextile Neptune
Sun square Neptune  • Sun trine Neptune
Sun quincunx Neptune  • Sun opposite Neptune

Author: Marina Macario

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  1. That’s me to a Tee. I need a drink…

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  2. i have this aspect too, the good part is that is in compatible signs, sun virgo, neptun capricorn…the problem comes when neptun in 5-th want to express, create..but the sun 3th is saying all the time…you could beter, yo`ll never gone be perfect, so why would you try?
    i like starts, (moon in aries)..but when it comes for finnish i got bored and without mnotivation. i like to dream to a lot of things, even strange for this world, sometimes i feel i can know people just listening the silence around them, but often i don`t like what i feel. when i speak too long eyes-to-eyes to a person i feel too involved. i am looking for more self-aware, but i know this world has so much Good as Evil, and this is the only way for our existence.

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  3. Sun in the 8th in Pisces square Neptune in Sag in the 4th. I have a cat-mouse thing with the public – I secretly feel I have something that makes me recognizable, someone who sticks out but then when attention is on me I feel modest and reserved. When given public recognition, I always respond with some kind of aw shucks humility. I have a hard time owning reflections of interest/intrigue/appreciation from the public. I’d just rather the moment pass as soon as possible. I am accustomed to drinking in social situations and sometimes let the alcoholic haze take over and run the show. I am a performer and have a public role in several areas of my life.

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