What are the implications of having Neptune in the first house of self and Jupiter in the seventh house of others in relationships? This is a polar axis that seems to have given others the ability to take unfair advantage of me. At the very least it seems to have been an unfortunate placement without much benefit. Thank you for the opportunity to explore and pick your brain.
I’m sorry it’s taken me so long to answer your question. It’s because I feel you’re seeing a tree and missing the forest, here. I had to get up my nerve write that because I know it may offend you.
What you’re doing is identifying as a victim. I have no doubt, you have been victimized. But I also have no doubt that you have victimized others.
There’s also a marked lack of gratitude in post. I understand that Jupiter’s benefits may be obscured (Neptune) from you, but at some point, you’ve got to let that veil drop.
I’ll give you an example. For years, I saw my husband about four days a month. Poor me, right?
That’s one way to look at it. But it is only one way. And how many other ways are there? Billions? Trillions?
If I settle on this one view, I’m in a world of hurt and my life is ruined. But that is not real. It’s a perception!
Your perception is skewed (in my opinion). This is essentially an amplified (Jupiter) Venus (7th house) Neptune exchange.
If you want to see more than one tree in the vast forest, there is a ton of information on this blog. Years ago, I made a video – Zodiac Predators: The Venus Neptune Land Shark. Unfortunately, I can’t find it, anywhere. However, if you search, “land shark” on the blog, you’ll find some interesting material.
Secondly, check out the Venus Neptune tag. There is quite a bit about there about lying. People lie to you, you lie to them and you lie to yourself.
Do you have Neptune in your first house, or Venus in aspect to Neptune?
Do you see yourself in this?
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