Neptune in Aquarius
Idealistic, open-minded, and humanitarian, Neptune in Aquarius is poised to change the world.
Aquarius is deeply unconventional, and Neptune certainly amplifies this quality. The Aquarian fascination with science and technology in meeting with Neptune's mysticism makes you a natural shaman or healer and creates the opportunity for a unique sense of invention. Make sure you balance your worldliness with a realistic routine! You tend to get easily discouraged, but if you find healthy ways to conserve your energy, the world will be better off for having you in it.
Neptune in Aquarius: Significance & Meaning
Element And Modality: Air & Fixed
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Neptune in Aquarius Personality
Neptune in Aquarius signals strange days and people. If Aquarius feels a bit disconnected from society, then Neptune in Aquarius natives view it from their place on a cloud high in the atmosphere. Traditions? These are antiquated ideas for those with Neptune in Aquarius, as they tend toward progressiveness. Are their ideas realistic? Neptune's dreamy influence isn't exactly conducive to realism, but are visionaries ever really pragmatic? Still, these individuals are fairly set with their beliefs. And at the very least, their hearts are in the right place.
In some ways, Neptune in this sign can make for a rebel without a cause. Overall, Aquarius Neptune epitomizes the motto "too weird to live, too rare to die."
From within this outlandish band of misfits may spring some of a generation's greatest innovators. When prominent in a birth chart, Neptune in Aquarius can give rise to an individual able to tap into the ingenious energy of the collective. Still, their ideas appear out of thin air. As far as the nature of these ideas is concerned, the Aquarian aspect of this placement gives its natives a flair for the sciences.
However, this doesn't necessarily make for an entirely scientifically-minded individual. After all, many of the most recent Aquarian Neptunes fall into the Pluto in Sagittarius cohort, which naturally gives them a philosophical bent.
Neptune in Aquarius marks the birth of the overly idealistic revolutionary. These natives want to change the world in a day. While their progressiveness is admirable, they must remember that change won't always come at their desired pace. Further, because Aquarius rules technology, Aquarius Neptune must be sure to expand their efforts outside of the internet. Real change starts outside.
Furthermore, as intellectual as this placement can be, there's still the question of that fixed sign stubbornness. When their perceived genius ideas aren't taken up, Aquarius Neptune tends to dig their heels in, their team player persona going out the window.
Where Neptune and Uranus meet, a storm is sure to be brewing. This is the internal reality for the generation with their Neptune in Aquarius. Collectively, they lead unconventional lives. Buzzing with novelties and curiosity, Aquarius Neptune is in constant search of some higher ideal or cause to which they can devote themselves. But unlike Neptune in Sagittarius, this journey for meaning is not meant to be embarked upon alone. Revolution is a cooperative effort, and those with their Neptune in Aquarius have an intimate understanding of this fact.
However, since Neptune is the planet of dissolution and delusion, whether this idealized revolution ever comes to be remains to be seen. Regardless, Aquarius Neptune is sure to try.