According to Tropical Astrology
Neptune in Pisces
Jupiter in Cancer
Saturn in Scorpio
Sun in Aquarius
Pluto in Capricorn

According to Sidereal Astrology
Neptune in Aquarius
Jupiter in Gemini
Saturn in Libra
Sun in Capricorn
Pluto in Sagittarius

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Neptune in Pisces

Neptune in Aquarius
At the level of the individual, Neptune in Aquarius represents people who have a negative or contrary view of life. So it represents those people who are easily swayed by others, as well as those insincere types who prey upon such people. Neptune in Aquarius brings about a clouding of consciousness, foggy thinking, (such that impressionable people are easily seduced by untenable utopian or spiritual ideals) and unrealistic goals, or the fraudulent schemes — perpetrated by criminals, tricksters or those of doubtful character. Spies who work under assumed identities are prime Neptunian examples of the latter.
Weakening the Web

At a social level, Neptune in Aquarius can represent the weakening or actual dissolution or death of loosely affiliated groups of people; like a suburban neighbourhood or a group of tourists or commuters, especially those travelling by air or sea.

It can also be an indication of some deception, fraud, or trickery that affects a whole community or nation, and which results in a large segment of the population feeling disengaged from their society and its leaders. Corporate bankruptcies and dubious election 'victories' are good examples of this effect.

More abstractly, it can stand for the undermining of lofty humanitarian ideals or new, innovative schemes and of any enterprise which is founded on such ideals and schemes. Concretely it can represent chaotic conditions in public corporations and modern technology, especially those involving the supply of electricity, the electronic communication of thoughts and ideas (telecommunications and computers in general, and the internet in particular) and air and sea travel. We've already seen problems with electricity supply in California, the ridiculously over inflated dot-com boom and subsequent bust, and the advent of more virulent computer viruses. Continuing outbreaks of foot and mouth disease (an airborne virus) are another example.

Neptune in Aquarius is also an indicator of inclement weather where both wind and water are involved, eg., cyclones. Of course, with Uranus also in Aquarius, we'd see sudden and catastrophic upsets in all these areas when both Uranus and Neptune are activated by transit. Note that Uranus and Neptune are often linked to revolutionary and idealistic movements or beliefs, while the pairing of Uranus and Neptune represents "the elimination of waking consciousness".

This was so at the lunar eclipse on August 8 1998 when two US Embassies in East Africa were bombed. At the time of the bombings in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam the Moon was midway between retrograde Uranus and retrograde Neptune in Aquarius, while all three planets squared Saturn in Taurus. With the Moon activating this pair and bringing Saturn into the combination we saw, in keeping with the symbolism of this combination: shady, misguided religious fanatics perpetrating sudden attacks in a foreign country, and against foreigners, with the intention of destroying buildings in order to inflict painful losses on large numbers of people.
Selfless Service

More positively, Neptune in Aquarius will move some people to selfless service, or self-sacrifice, on behalf of their fellows and those who have been victimised. So, while Neptune's stay in Aquarius will be characterised by tragic events in which groups of people suffer, such events can serve to unify a community or nation by bringing about an widespread outpouring of sensitivity, compassion, and/or spirituality in response to that suffering. At the political level we'll see examples of the idealisation of the Aquarian principles of liberty, equality and fraternity, yet at the same time there will be a consensus of opinion that it is necessary to curtail certain rights and freedoms of the individual.