Moon Conjunct Neptune

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 it’s hard to trust your eyes here. Neptune is musical, but Moon/Neptune plays a haunting, ethereal tune.

It 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, so they are a psychic sponge. This of course this makes them super-sensitive to their environment. These folk 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 hardMoon conjunct Neptuneto 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 Natives

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).

More Moon Conjunct Neptune: Ronald Greenaway (07’), Brenda Frazier (07’), Rosa Bonheur (08’), Edward Kennedy (18’), Dustin Hoffman, Greta Scacchi, Sean Lennon, Francesco Franco, David Essex, George Orwell, Guillaume Apollinaire, Peter Ustinov, McCartney/Eastman Davison, Sting, Gary Numan, Justin Timberlake, Amy Winehouse.

Moon/Neptune Aspects

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

14 thoughts on “Moon Conjunct Neptune

  • November 27, 2014 at 10:38 pm

    Knowing you have moon in neptune is essential or its a blindspot and a quicksand within self-awareness. Especially as it will be hiding under your moon sign. In my experience it’s an inner puppet with a life of its own yet as valid as the apparant moon sign within your self consciousness.To illustrate how slippery it is- i never gave it credence for years despite seeing it mentioned in natal chart. The only important thing to remember about this aspect is time out out alone is a must. Hah!! And for years i thought storming off or becoming moody was some kind of moon in scorpio tantrum or social anxiety disorder…..Also reading up about how pisces works helped. But mainly it was the term collective unconscious, invented by Jung, which was the saftey deposit net for my blindspot all this time.

    • May 1, 2015 at 10:42 pm

      How beautifully described :) this is my tightest aspect 0 00′
      love Enya’s songs..I don’t know what are her neptune aspects..but her tune feels like ”home”
      How do you see this conjunction played in capricorn? :)

    • July 6, 2015 at 12:09 am

      This sounds like me but I am not sure if I have this aspect in my chart.

    • July 28, 2015 at 2:43 pm

      This is so true and Michele your reply is so accurate. It was something I shouldn’t have found out about because it made me SO depressed and feel depressed and still it saved my life to try and get in my thick head and through the fog that I have a problem with boundaries(complete conjunction in 10th house 0″52 deg cap). as a child with some issues I used to steal and lie as it was the only way I knew trying to beg for help with my feelings as a child…. It also squares my Sun in 7th house Virgo( Pisces Asc). untamed imagination, intuitiveness and all kinds of great traits, lived through painful illusions, it is so easy for me to disappear from everyone, hypersensitivity, and so on….I can talk about it for hours but I can def say I am doing something in mu life and never giving up…I also like enya very much! BTW MICHELE I also love the idea of Jung’s collective subconscious (from reading but also from watching northern exposure as a teenager) CAN YOU PLEASE EXPLAIN how it helped you? just read about it more?

  • December 18, 2015 at 12:41 pm

    All the bells in my mind and soul starting ringing when seeing this article—my exact natal conjunction of Neptune with the Moon in 12th house Libra is the reason why. I became a joyous radical male feminist, and lover of matriarchy, from when I got my hands of books such as, The First Sex, by Elizabeth Gould Davis; The White Goddess, by Robert Graves; When God Was A Woman, by Merlin Stone; The Mysteries of Human Reproduction, by Raymond Bernard; The Chalice and The Blade, by Riane Eisler; The Cult of Divine Birth in Ancient Greece, and Virgin Goddess Mothers of Antiquity, by Marguerite Rigoglioso, who I got to meet and talk hours with five years ago. I’ve been a left-handed, right-brained artist, musician and poet since age five. I also wrote and published a book titled, ‘Parthenogenesis: women’s long-lost ability to self-conceive’. So, if you want to know what Moon conjunct Neptune implies, ask me any questions you might have. Here’s a quote from one of America’s greatest inventors, Buckminster Fuller, when he was in his 80’s: “Give men their gadgets and inventions, let women run the world”. And, for the courageously curious, please, at least, take a peek at my book:

    • December 18, 2015 at 5:28 pm

      Women like Amy WIneouse?? Moon Neptune.

  • December 18, 2015 at 8:07 pm

    Wine=Neptune, House=Moon. Sometimes astrology works so literally, doesn’t it?

    • December 19, 2015 at 4:23 pm

      Good spot Janne!

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