By the way, the Sun is trine Neptune. The Sun is in early Cancer and Neptune is in early Pisces. That puts the two objects in a trine, or 120-degree aspect. While this is not exact till the 29th it’s very much a factor now. Neptune aspects have the widest orbs, measured in time or in space, of all the planets. Events come onto Neptune’s radar long before they register with other planets. Sun trine Neptune is the easy but you have to reach for it aspect. It’s the great idea but only if you write it down aspect. Meanwhile, as mentioned yesterday, Venus continues to apply to Neptune — in a square. This has the potential to be more openly deceptive, but that deception is likely to come with consequences. There’s also the potential to bust acts of deception, and for true values to prevail. But it’s likely to be the kind of thing that requires your being awake from moment to moment, checking your integrity all the way, with each step. This is why Neptune aspects are so challenging for so many people. For many, lying is a way of life, and the lies that are told are not situation specific but rather those that relate to the nature of one’s existence. Before anyone can deceive another person, there must be some degree of self-deception involved, which is often rooted on the existential level. Any situation involving deception that you may encounter is an opportunity for a check on that specific level — existence. The one that’s so often left out of the discussion; the one where so many questions exist, it’s counted as easier to make up a story than to seek out one’s true point of view or to practice devotion to truth.