Today, we'll be delving into the astrological significance of this week's New Moon in Virgo, which forms an opposition with Neptune in Pisces. New Moon cycles are all about planting seeds, and when the cycle begins with an opposition to Neptune, it sets the stage for a cycle filled with subtle and potentially unexpected influences. We'll explore the nuances of this celestial alignment, shedding light on what might unfold during this moon cycle, even if some Neptunian aspects remain mysterious until they manifest.
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Hey everyone, this is Adam Elenbaas from Nightlight Astrology. Happy Monday, everybody. Today, we are going to look at this week's New Moon, which is in the sign of Virgo and will be in an applying opposition to Neptune in Pisces.
This is a moon cycle coming up that will resemble the opening aspect of the new moon opposite Neptune from start to finish. That's the way new moons work. Whatever is happening at the time of the new moon describes the quality of the seed that's being planted that will carry itself through the entirety of the cycle. So it's really significant that at the outset of this moon cycle, we have the new moon opposing Neptune. I think this is a new moon that will carry some features with it that we may not see coming.
Neptune, among other things, is a planet of subtleties, and Neptune tends to slowly transits; Neptune signatures around eclipses or moon cycles tend to slowly spread out and permeate the environment, and you don't always see them coming. So we're going to talk about some of the new moons signatures considering the opposition with Neptune today and hopefully give us a sense of what's coming, even if there are some things about Neptunian moon cycles that will remain somewhat elusive until they're right in front of us. Anyway, that is our goal for today.
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All right, here's the new moon on the screen, and it is coming through on Thursday, September 14; you can see it forming right there in the evening of Thursday, the 14th. This is happening as Mercury is turning direct after its retrograde in Virgo. But the most interesting feature of this new moon is the fact that, or really, the major feature we're going to talk about today. I'll mention a few others, but we have this new moon moving into an opposition with Neptune.
So, within about five degrees, the sun is moving through the opposition. The New Moon is, therefore, opposed to Neptune, and that provides us with an amazingly rich cycle, a signature at the beginning of the cycle that suggests a lot of learning and growth, the potential for healing, and a deep opportunity to contact an archetype like Neptune at a deep level. It's something we have to take advantage of. It's not like it just happens for everyone.
But in my experience, if you make a little conscious effort and include the intention, which in many ways you're doing just by taking in content like this, or other astrologers who are talking about a new moon cycle with Neptune, just bringing it into your awareness in some way, is a way of it. That is a way of reaching out and starting to make contact with the archetype.
I think that's how we heal and grow with astrology, in many ways, is nothing more. It's not what's going to come, what's going to happen, all that sort of part of it. But it's also can I make contact with the energies or the archetypes, the gods, the patterns, these divine intelligent patterns that are going to be presenting themselves in the moon cycle ahead? Can I bring them into my awareness and commune with them because when I do, they impart so many blessings and gifts?
If nothing else, it is not just lessons that teach us how to do something or be better at something. But that just gives us the gift of feeling closer to this beautiful reality that we live in. Because sometimes we don't feel so close to it; we feel apart from it somehow, we long to reconnect or reunite. In fact, the word religion comes from the word religio in Latin, if I'm getting it right, which means to reconnect, like if I remember correctly, that like ligaments that have been torn, like reconnecting them. We need spiritual ACL surgeries. Is that a ligament? Tendon, I can't remember which one it is.
So anyway, in thinking about this, I started forming some ideas about what this new moon opposite Neptune could bring, considering who Neptune is and at least how I've come to know Neptune over the course of 13 years of professional astrology and so many clients and classes and students and personal transits and so forth. Like, who is Neptune? What is Neptune? How does Neptune interact with a new moon cycle?
The opposition to Neptune is an important detail here because
when a new moon cycle starts in an opposition to any planet, it is as though that planet will represent a kind of archetypal tension that will be built into the cycle, and the tension will rest in the nature of the planet itself.
Every planet carries with it the possibility of different kinds of tensions that will be presented to us. Like Pluto has different kinds of dualities that come with it. Neptune has different kinds of dualities, and those dualities will become the source of creative tension within the cycle. So, our job is to bring awareness to the kinds of Neptunian dualities that we may be presented with in the cycle ahead.
Now, this cycle ahead starts on the 14th. But we don't get all the way through it until later on in October; the New Moon is on October 14, and what's interesting is that we ride the Neptunian wave of this new moon cycle and where do we end up the next new moon is a solar eclipse.
So that adds a gravitas to a cycle that concludes and begins a new with a solar eclipse; in other words, it is moving us into eclipse season. That makes the Neptunian dualities all the more important because at the conclusion of this cycle, with those dualities comes an eclipsing of the light, which represents a significant change of direction for us change of in our sense of purpose. So, what kinds of Neptunian tensions are we looking at?
Number one on my list, in no particular order, as always, is the return of an enchanted cosmos. So one of the most magical things about Neptune is that where there is a dryness, let's call that dryness, the dryness of living in a world devoid of spirits, gods, ghosts, omens, signs, dreams, and visions.
Although I'd like to say because, you know, I've done loads of psychedelic medicine and, you know, I've used lots of different kinds of spiritual technologies that I just never come off from the high. I just, and I'm an astrologer, so I live in an enchanted cosmos 24/7. It's not true.
There are many days where I just feel like I'm in the desert; spiritually speaking, there's no moisture here, and here I'm thinking of water, a Neptunian symbol. Neptune is often related to the waters, whether it's the ocean or I'm thinking here of water as the water of imagination, of romance of spirituality and mysticism of magic and connection of intimacy sensuality.
I'm thinking of water is life, but not just biological life. All life, some though the magic of life. An enchanted cosmos is a Neptunian cosmos in so much as it's sort of fluid and flowing in rich and multi-vaillant and nuanced and subtle, and, you know, sublime and ecstatic. But also, you know, gentle and sweet. It's all of the things as they say. So sometimes you feel like you're just walking through a desert. You've lost the connection, that you're not connected, you're living in a disconnected state; we all know what that's like.
But what's so magical about this universe is the universe seems to
create deserts just so that it can pour down rain. I guess I can't help but think I saw a headline recently as I'm making this of the Burning Man event that they were unable to get out because of flooding. That happens, you know, there is this kind of juxtaposition between deserts in our life psychologically, and it's in the geography of human life, and so it's present in the geography of our spiritual lives as well.
Well, we have these desert terrains that are dry and hard, and then we have these deluges that come down. We have a New Moon opposite a very watery Neptune in a water sign like Pisces, a sign that exalts Venus, and a sign that is the feminine home of Jupiter, which is a very fertile romantic sign, in other words.
So one of the things that can happen in a cycle like this is somehow, when or however we've come to find ourselves in a desert, it rains, and we find that spirit has returned.
I know that that might sound really simple to some people, like, you know what, you know, like, yeah, like, but it's that, to me, what's amazing is that you can actually time it out. You can even look at a cycle like this and say, in this cycle, there's a very good chance that some area of my life that has been dry and in fertile will become fertile again, and flowers that have magical fruit will just start coming forth. So watch for it, watch for where dryness has crept in, watch for it to be watered, and I've just broadly called that the return of an enchanted cosmos.
Neptune transits in general, though; what's amazing about them is that they will amplify, and at the beginning of a Neptune transit to a planet in your natal chart, like, say, Venus-Neptune will often like, let's say, you're dating someone, and you're just like, oh my god, this relationship is dry, and hopefully, that doesn't happen to you.
But Neptune transits to Venus will often start that way by amplifying the feeling that something is dry only so that you can, you know, meet someone unexpectedly, and suddenly, it starts pouring. It's like Neptune sets us up. We all think probably of Neptune like the textbooks of modern astrology teach us to think of Neptune as just the experience of the water, the water of spirit, or something like that, like a dove descending or whatever.
But in my experience, Neptune will amplify and turn up the volume on the dichotomy between the mundane and the magical or enchanted because all planets work through dualities. In our human experience, you know, it's easy to see dualities as things that have nothing to do with one another. But it's the tension between them pulling in different directions that's orchestrating experience. So when Neptune comes by, the distinction between dryness and moisture gets amplified, and for many of us, that will be amplified this cycle.
Number two, uncertainty, survival, and prayer. As I speak, I have a dry mouth; that's funny. Okay, so I've been thinking about this a lot lately. I've been thinking a lot about what it may have been like to live in different eras in history. I know it sounds weird. I don't know if I'm alone in doing this.
It's probably because we've been watching Outlander, which is about time travel. So I've been thinking about it a lot lately where would I time travel to, or what era would I visit?
But one thing that's been consistent with me is there have been phases in my life where I've gotten really interested in certain historical periods. I went through a whole phase where I read and learned a lot about the Civil War, the Revolutionary War, and often its American history, I don't know, just like a weird thing that I get into sometimes.
But anyway, one thing that I can I can never unsee or undo. What happened when I went into the Amazon and sat with Ayahusceros that came from lineages of indigenous people from, you know, South Central America, Peru, in different settings. I did this over a decade, and I'm there's lots by the way, I don't say this to, you know, romanticize the whole of Ayahuasca culture or world nowadays either.
When I did this, it was very early in the development of Ayahuasca tourism; that wasn't, it wasn't the thing that it is now. There were problems with it then, too, but I also took so many beautiful gifts that came from the experiences, so I'll just say that as a qualifying remark.
Anyway, so when I was in the Amazon, one thing that became really clear to me was that when you're living in nature, and it's raw, it's really, it's primal, and it's very powerful. I'm not speaking down to it at all. Like, I will just never, I'll never forget, I came back to like, you know, like a thatch-roofed like a hut, and I had mosquito netting and, like a hammock, and I walked up the steps, and there was a, an enormous pile of crap. Like, right outside my door, and I just remember thinking, like, if anything really wanted to get me here, it probably wouldn't have a hard time.
But you know, there's a funny way in which the closer we are to the natural world, and having to live with and in the elements. It's like that week, or ten days in my life, whatever it was, when I first went, and I was in that setting, you know, this was like 24 hours up the river in dugout canoes and other six hours, something like that. So this is like in the jungle, and I'll just never forget the way my mind changed. I'm like, this is gonna sound like such a druggie. But what happened was, I started noticing that after my Ayahuasca ceremonies in the jungle, and just being in the jungle, and it'd be, you know, in between ceremonies, completely sober.
But I was perceiving the sounds that I heard differently. Nature was teeming with the expression of signs, omens, and the communication of spirit. It wasn't just animals, and it's easy it was, I realized, it was very easy for me to see the natural world as like animal versus human because the world I live in is very, in many ways, artificially cut off from the elements, the raw elements, like with heating and air conditioning, and like that, you know.
So the first thing is, I started to, like, listen, I started to listen if I was thinking something, and I was kind of going down a negative path; I might hear a bird, and its quality of voice, and it would force me to pause, almost like it was asking me to bring the vibration of my thoughts up a notch, you're kind of going down as you know, where you skate enough to, but I'd hear a bird, and the bird might help me adjust my thinking, and I just remember this feeling like one of the sad things I mean, one of the ways in which we've gotten cut off from an enchanted Cosmos, in other words, is that we don't live close enough to our own fragile state, like in the elements near death, near things that can devour you to also be able to hear the voice of divine intelligence that is in trees and plants and streams and so many things that I'm sure some of you are like, you know, amen and I'm preaching to the choir.
But, I realized that it is the presence of uncertainty for my physical health or welfare. The need to survive or be closer to a survival mindset, and by that, I don't mean fight or flight. I just mean, I have to literally work my body with the elements to stay alive. It's not that I was doing it that was closer to that than I've ever been and that in those states, being closer to the elements, prayer, or I'll just call it communication with spirit, was so much more. It was just wide open.
Of course, I do attribute like guzzling psychedelic beverages, but, like, the closer we are to not knowing what's going to happen when we contract some kind of disease or sickness, I remember when my mother and her partner were in the ICU with COVID and was just really uncertain what's going to happen to them.
It's in those moments, or here's another story. I remember my sister got in a car accident, and it forced them to sort of prematurely do a C-section because she was pregnant when she got in the car accident. So they had to do a C-section. When I heard that news, I had not yet heard that everything went okay; you live in this state of uncertainty for a minute.
In that uncertainty, it is amazing how open you suddenly become and how receptive your senses change, uncertainty, unknowing, and the humility of our intelligence, just realizing I know very little because I'm suddenly not in control.
It's funny how if we can open ourselves in that space and just humbly open our hands, sort of get down on our metaphorical knees. Wow, what information and insight come pouring in, and I just loosely say, I use the word prayer just to loosely denote that what comes in and the kind of communication that we can participate in changes drastically when we're in states of not knowing or being really uncertain, or even afraid, or on the edge of life and death, somehow. It feels like you're being flooded. That's Neptune.
So it's amazing to me how a cycle like this, that we're about to go through a moon cycle, can bring us back in touch with a profound spiritual intelligence. But it often comes through overwhelming circumstances where suddenly, we're a little bit more connected to raw, elemental energies that are flowing quickly, maybe overwhelming our sense of control, and there's a profound sense of uncertainty about what will happen.
Prayer means something different; in that space, communication with spirit becomes much more vivid. Some people will, you know, just peel right out, of course, with it. So, you know, having grounding practices can be really useful as well.
Anyway, number three is the unseen and the unknown. So I use this because something amazing about Neptune transits is whether it's connection and dreams, you know, speaking with a dead relative in a dream and ancestor connection having pre-cognitive experiences. This is crazy.
So, speaking of this, I had this experience very recently; I was playing my guitar, and I was like, gosh, you know, when I haven't been playing guitar this often and this regularly in getting into it, as I've shared with you guys for a long time. Thank you, Uranus Square, my natal Venus.
So it was like, Okay, I'm getting back into music at this deep level, and I, you know, when I was a kid got, I broke strings all the time. I was really wailing on it, you know? I haven't really, you know; I guess I just don't play as hard anymore, and I was a little bit sad because it's such a weird thing to be sad about. Like, I miss just busting strings when I'm playing, and I was like, Well, I'm not going to just hammer on my guitar just to bust the string. That's stupid. I had this little voice that popped up and said, Don't worry, you'll break one soon and I was like, what?
That was weird. That was really creepy weird. Like, that's kind of stuff that maybe it happens to you guys a lot. I wouldn't be surprised if you guys are all way cooler than me. But then I sat down, and I broke a string. Next time, I sat down and played guitar. I was just playing string Just popped, and I looked at it, and I was like, that's really cool. That was really neat. Like, I'm gonna save this broken string. Thank you, guitar Genie.
So, one thing that's really cool about a cycle that includes this opposition to Neptune is the tension you can feel between your normal way of knowing and connection to things that are just a little bizarre. Dreams, omens, signs, precognition, I know so and so is going to call me, and then boom, they show up on your cell phone's vibrating, and there they are.
These kinds of things happen with Neptune cycles, and in my experience, it's best not to, you know, put them in some kind of congratulations; I'm super spiritual drawer, you know. But rather, just let those moments fill your cup back up and just revive your curiosity. Let them be like water on your dry plant. Oh, wow, that was really cool. Thank you, guitar Genie, for returning my faith in the universe. I now play my guitar like it is alive, which is how I should be playing it. You know what I mean? It's a being. I love it; this leads me to the next one.
Which is superstition spirits in the charmed world, so there was this moment in Outlander that really charmed me. If you guys know the characters anyway, Jamie gives Claire a knife, and I think it's for cooking or for her herbal or surgery work or something like that. Anyway, he says, you need to give me a coin for it, and she's like, what if he's like because the knife needs to know that it's yours and it will if you give a coin for it doesn't give me a penny doesn't matter, and she's like, Oh, and she then she kind of smiles like, I like that.
But this is true. When you get a new lamp, talk to it. You know, like one of the things we do, which is a little, you know, it's probably a little over the top, but we, like, you know, every time we leave the house on vacation, we all say goodbye house, please, take care of everything in it like, you know, like it's a person.
Ancient people from all around the world of all different, you know, all different people in races have always believed that land and places have personalities. That inanimate quote unquote inanimate objects are have being and consciousness Neptune can return us to an animate world, a cycle with Neptune in it invites us to talk to your lamp.
I'm thinking of I love lamp. Oh, no, I think that's it. You guys know which one I'm talking about. It's a movie with what's his name, Will Ferrell. The thing about I don't know, I don't know my wife Ashley knows how that part; she says that all the time, and it makes me laugh. Okay, um, but it's true that, like, for a long time, it folk traditions from whether it's you know, Scandinavia, or South America or you know, Sub Saharan Africa.
There are rituals and little traditions that we have that some people might call superstitious, but that, in my mind, are about connecting to the living presence in things and how we do things, whether it's how you cook and the songs you sing, or the prayers you say, at this time of day or whatever. Neptune just invites us to create rituals in our life to bring charm back to the way that we live, and charm is like it, you know, it's the little metaphorical bell that's ringing around experiences that makes them more pleasing and fun and interesting.
It's not mechanistic, you know; it's relational. But the other downside about a Neptune transit like this, and this is a big one, is that if you think about, you know, this is also this made me think of Outlander, it's like my whole world. Ashley said I'm really excited for the series to be over. I was like, I love the series, but I can't wait for people to just like, why don't you just savor it and enjoy it while you're watching it? Like, no, I can't wait for it to get over because it's like, I just see everything in the world through Outlander until it's over, and then I can, like, cleanse my palate.
So, one problem that I have with TV series like that, first of all, they're like 13 episodes that are all an hour long each. There are eight seasons. You know, it's like, it's like, it'd be like if we replaced we replaced like, a fiction book, you know, just like a normal 300 Page fiction book and said, every time anyone writes a book now it needs to be Game of Thrones length or Lord of the Rings length. It's interesting to see the form developing, you know, it's like when I was a kid, man, it's a two-hour movie at the theater. That was it. Now it's like 75 hours.
But, um, anyway, the bad thing about superstition, and this comes from Outlanders, that, people before people understood what ether was that Claire uses to put patients under for surgeries. They didn't know what it was; they thought she was a witch, you know, killing people and bringing them back from the dead was some kind of spell, right? They didn't know what germs were because you can't see them or whatever.
It's like the same thing that makes it possible to communicate with spirit is often the exact same energy that makes us that places us in some kind of denial about basic, like, like basic, useful facts or rational information.
For example, if a woman miscarries, it means that in the spirit world, I think the way that this was put was that the man was not able to dominate the woman's spirit; she was more dominant than he was, and so her body wouldn't take his seat, and then she would potentially reject or abandon the man. It's like, well, that's interesting. Who am I to judge? I mean, I think my wife could beat the shit out of me; we still have a couple of kids. So I guess I'm okay.
The point is that there's something about Neptune world that produces the Salem witch trials, you know what I mean? That, burns, science, people bringing valuable insight into the way that our universe works or is, and they say that those people, those, you know, Galileo.
Kill them, you know, off with their head. So we have to be careful because a cycle like this can also bring out the delusional, the deranged, and the denial of basic facts, grounded basic, rational ways of understanding things. But you know, it's funny how, like, it will tip in the opposite direction to, like, you cannot have a connection with spirit if you're stuck in rational land, reducing everything to parts and processes and mechanistic, objectified, worldview, just like well, you'll be in a desert and kiss the water and kiss spirit goodbye.
If you've used technology, science, and reason, you know, so much that you have completely isolated yourself from those forces of nature, then is it such a surprise that so many people go seeking, you know, Amazonian cocktails and, you know, tripping your brains out in the jungle, just to remember some of what's real beyond the walls of the city. You know what I mean?
At least, that's how I feel about myself when I look at myself and, what I was looking for and how it was able to have such an impact. I think about, you know, I remember talking to a man in a cafe in Iquitos, Peru, who was it was a Peruvian man who spoke some English and the idea or thought of like drinking Ayahuasca, you know, he was like, Well, you know, is the person spiritually sick, you know, they have like, spirit possession or like, it sounds like, well, sort of, you know, it's like, I'm from the United States of America, So yes, you know.
It's just interesting because to him, like, there was nothing about Ayahuasca that was like magical, or I mean, I can't say that it was just, it was Ayahuasca was a part of his worldview and wasn't it wasn't new or interesting to think about communication with spirits or things like that and I just remember being really impressed by that, talking to that gentleman.
Anyway, last but not least, extreme dichotomies and faith and morality. You can see sinners versus saints, the pure versus the impure, the moral and the immoral, and the need to purify cleanse. People love to romanticize Neptune in modern astrology as they do the 12th house as well.
Neptune is a planet that, if you read the work of Richard Tarnis or Liz Greene, very revered archetypal astrologers, who have shown Neptune's presence in things like genocide and the Holocaust, none of the planets are good or evil, right?
Morality is like one lens; it's its own archetypal lens that can be fitted onto any other archetype because archetypes layer on each other. This is why we have aspects and aspect patterns and things like that. But Neptune will often see things in terms of the faithful and the damned, or the sinners and the saints and the pure and the impure.
Neptune's desire for a kind of, you know, a promised land or spiritual utopia, or heaven or salvation, and the desire to see everyone join in one body of like a belief or an ideal can be very all-consuming. Neptune, for that reason, has a long history of being involved with cults or with mass delusions and conversions of people by persuasive political figures who can, you know, you who can be very intoxicating, right, so the same reason why people with Neptune will drink alcohol to try to deny something that is too painful, you know.
So Neptune doesn't always like this world and will sometimes present us with extremes between otherworldly ideals of perfection. This is the same reason that Neptune will provide you with an image of the perfect partner that you know is actually not really healthy to keep in your mind because people can't be perfect.
Neptune, Venus transits have a lot to do with reconciling our longings and our ideals with the fragility of our human nature in love, right? So be careful because this cycle can also present us with real big extremes between, like moral, religious, and spiritual kinds of dichotomies that can become very extreme.
It wouldn't be surprising, by the way, in the cycle to see, you know, okay, it's hurricane season or whatever, and we've got like, you know, we have a new moon opposite Neptune, that's, you know, sometimes the signatures of like shifting plates and oceans and waters and things like that will be like sort of biblical and literal. Like, the two things at the same time? Although I definitely have been around people who take the Bible so literally that I guess it's not surprising you get what I'm saying.
I hope that now, going through this, you do see a few things coming that you do see them as they arise as Neptune energy tends to permeate the atmosphere. I hope that this talk helps you to see the water that you're swimming in over the course of the moon cycle to come, and I apologize for my mini wanderings and too many references to Outlander. I love you guys and hope you're having a great day. We'll see you again soon. Bye.