During the Romantic Era, in 1853—shortly after the planet Neptune was discovered, and while it was transiting Pisces—prominent art critic, painter, and prolific writer John Ruskin noted, “The imagination is never governed. It is always the ruling and Divine power.”
“Neptune’s Immensities” explores the complexities, confusions and other-worldly realities of the planet Neptune, including the wide-ranging terrain of Romanticism, enchantment, the god Dionysus (god of theatre and wine), poetry, escapism, Eternity, timelessness, illusion, glamour, and fantasy—all of which thrive via imagination. Includes a number of chart examples.
This video is taken from a live online webinar given for the Mercury Internet School of Psychological Astrology (MISPA) by Shawn Nygaard in 2017. Duration: 2 hours 28 minutes