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Neptune is the Ocean of Emotion. It is the second harmonic aspect of the Moon (Uranus being the first). Neptune is the muse, inspiration and abstraction.

It is unconditional love and selfless giving. If poorly aspected however, it can manifest as daydreaming, escapism and addiction.

The Occult, mystery, writing and the arts are all influenced by Netpune.

Deities associated with Neptune

Deity Pantheon Element
Dylan – God of the Sea Celtic Water
Llyr – God of the Sea Celtic Water
Njord – God of the Sea and Winds Norse Water
Poseidon/Neptune – God of the Sea Olympian Water


Just as Neptune and Uranus echo and enhance the Moon’s influences, Pluto enhances the activity and destructiveness of Mars.

Where Mars breaks apart, Pluto changes completely. It is raw power and total destruction. With it’s long circuit around the Sun (250 years), Pluto’s influences are felt generationally, bringing peace during its positive aspects, war and obliteration during negative conjunctions.

Pluto is the end, but also the beginning. Pluto will provide the destruction neccesary for renewed growth when situations warrant it.

Deities associated with Pluto

Deity Pantheon Element
Don – Queen of the Heavens Celtic Water
Hades/Pluto – God of the Underworld Olympian Fire
Hag – Queen of the Dead Faery Earth
Hel – Goddess of Death and the Underworld Norse Earth
Osiris – God of Life and Death Egyptian Spirit
Persephone – Queen of the Underworld Olympian Earth
Scathach – She who strikes Fear Celtic Water

The Sun

It is the brightest object in the sky. It has been worshipped throughout human history. When someone asks ‘What sign are you?’ they’re talking about your sun sign. The sign the Sun was in when you were born. Interestingly enough, the idea that the Sun sign is the most important is a 20th century attitude. Prior to that, the Ascendant (the sign rising in the sky when you were born) was considered your primary sign.

The Sun (also referred to as Sol) is the conscious self. It is who we think we are. It is our identity, and our life energy. As the Sun lies at the center of our solar system, a strong aspect with this body can lead to an individual being self-centered, desiring to always be the center of attention.

The Sun lights our day, and so is associated with our waking mind. The moon is associated with the night and our subconsciousness. Without a balancing moon influence, the Sun can be harsh in nature, and fiery in temper.

Strong astrological Sun aspects indicate strength, courage and self realization. Your Sun sign is your true colors – that you display to the world every day.

Deities associated with Sun

Deity Pantheon Element
An – God of Heaven Sumerian Fire
Angus Mac Og – God of Love Celtic Fire
Apollo – Musician of the Gods Olympian Fire
Baal – Helios Canaanite Fire
Balder – God of light Norse Fire
Bel – Sun and Fire God Celtic Fire
Creiddylad – Goddess of Summer and Flowers Celtic Fire
Frey – God of Sunlight Norse Fire
Harvest Lord – Corn King Faery Fire
Michael – Angelic Fire
Odur – God of the Sun Norse Fire
Ra – Re-Horakhty – The Sun God Egyptian Fire
Sekhmet – The Mighty One Egyptian Fire