philip seymour hoffmanastro_245ast_504_phillip_hoffman_201423.42591.5005Another Neptunian tragedy!
Yesterday morning they found the actor Philip Seymour Hoffman (R.I.P.)dead in his apartment in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. Another strongly Neptunian soul succumbing to the seduction of the energies of this little blue planet, apparently distant and yet always found in the mysterious catacombs of our mind.
This great artist was born as it is expected in these cases with the Sun and Mercury in trine (120 °) to Neptune and possibly the Moon in square to it. Unfortunately we don’t have the time of birth, but all that day the Moon was in the sign of Aquarius, which often describes an experience of cold and distant mother who does not connect with the soul of the child. A wound that the person carries for the rest of his existence, no matter how successful is in his adult life.
Often in these cases, nobody seems to be aware of their condition, but having been born with Mars in Scorpio, Phillip would be a specialist in hiding its true state of mind.
I won’t go into detail since by not having his exact birth time, there are many elements that we don’t have, but the transit of Saturn in Scorpio to his natal Neptune, is eloquent enough, and it was marching towards the square to his natal Sun.
In this past two years, Neptune in transit, has been making a trine to his Mars in Scorpio, another telling aspect of his struggle with his addictions and his eagerness to get out of it. At the same time Neptune was rapidly approaching the opposition to natal Venus and for someone in such a Neptunian profession and with strong natal aspects to this planet, he would have been feeling its message already, the imminent approach to the Neptunian natural repulsion for anything mortal and ordinary.
The struggle for acceptance of our mortality and of the imperfection of our daily life and of those who surround us is a Neptunian struggle. Ordinary life is unbearable to Neptune.
My thoughts are with his ex-wife and their three children.
Photo: Another Neptuniana tragedy!
Yesterday morning they found the actor Philip Seymour Hoffman (R.I.P.)dead in his apartment in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. Another strongly Neptuniana soul succumbing to the seduction of the energies of this little blue planet, apparently distant and yet always found in the mysterious catacombs of our mind.
This great artist was born as it is expected in these cases with the Sun and Mercury in trine (120 °) to Neptune and possibly the Moon in square to it. Unfortunately we don’t have the time of birth, but all that day the Moon was in the sign of Aquarius, which often describes an experience of cold and distant mother who does not connect with the soul of the child. A wound that the person carries for the rest of his existence, no matter how successful is in his adult life.
Often in these cases, nobody seems to be aware of their condition, but having been born with Mars in Scorpio, Phillip would be a specialist in hiding its true state of mind.
I won’t go into detail since by not having his exact birth time, there are many elements that we don’t have, but the transit of Saturn in Scorpio to his natal Neptune, is eloquent enough, and it was marching towards the square to his natal Sun.
In this past two years, Neptune in transit, has been making a trine to his Mars in Scorpio, another telling aspect of his struggle with his addictions and his eagerness to get out of it. At the same time Neptune was rapidly approaching the opposition to natal Venus and for someone in such a Neptunian profession and with strong natal aspects to this planet, he would have been feeling its message already, the imminent approach to the Neptunian natural repulsion for anything mortal and ordinary.
The struggle for acceptance of our mortality and of the imperfection of our daily life and of those who surround us is a Neptunian struggle. Ordinary life is unbearable to Neptune.
My thoughts are with his ex-wife and their three children.

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