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Transiting Jupiter and Pluto opposes the U.S. Mercury, setting up the Pluto Return; Book Review of Stephen Forrest's The Book of Pluto.... read
weekly  astrology blog
4/06 - 4/12

​​What the planets are doing each day of the week,  ​​
read....    D.Harmony

April Top Five Astro-Events​​

1. Venus enters restless Gemini on the 3rd where it will remain through August 7 due to its retrograde cycle. Venus in Gemini stimulates plenty of charming, fun conversa  ... read the rest

How close are we to
The Age of Aquarius?​

Here's an extended excerpt from an article by Michael O'Reilly, originally published in Dell Horoscope magazine's 2020 Yearbook.  Spoiler alert: we have a ways to go yet, but we're getting close.    read

"The Ultimate Book of Astrology Books"

Interested in learning more about astrology, but don't know where to start? Now, for the first time ever, an ebook collection of book reviews on all the important astrology books published in the modern era is available. Find out more  here

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Progressions, What Are They?

Like fractals, progressions have similar shapes at different scales of time. They are clearer symbols of forthcoming events than transits.  Get the    scoop

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Black Moon Lilith
The Dark Goddess

​Mystical, autonomous, extreme, highly sexual, and exceptionally creative, Black Moon Lilith symbolizes the soul's truth and is a major astrological player in personal and geopolitical charts. To learn more, visit the  Lilith Front Page .

Welcome to NeptuneCafe's UpGraded Front Page

and pardon our dust as the inevitable glitches are patched. For the past two years, NeptuneCafe, NewsScope and the rest of its 300 pages of accumulated articles have not been listed on Google's search engine because Google deemed them not "mobile friendly". This updated version is leaner and friendlier, but links to the old pages can be found in the Archives page.   Let us know if you have any comments, questions, or suggestions about these changes. Email [email protected]