Carrie Fisher Was A Neptunian

Carrie Fisher Astrology Notes. She was Virgo, but really, she was Neptunian. That is, creative with every fiber of her being & craving magic. Or, if that were not available, a high that felt like it. Neptunian people seek God/Goddess and connection with Source Vibe. They look for it in everything even though they are it.  They often select impossible love objects, to satisfy their yearning without bursting the fantasy bubble.

Neptune People can be high, low, or something in between. They’re psychic, but they haunt themselves. They often trade in creative magic, glamor, and fame, yet they’re too sensitive for that glare.

“You see, even after decades of therapy and workshops and retreats and twelve-steps and meditation and even experiencing a very weird session of rebirthings, even after rappeling down mountains and walking over hot coals and jumping out of airplanes and watching elephant races and climbing the Great Wall of China, and even after floating down the Amazon and taking ayahuasca with an ex-husband and a witch doctor and speaking in tongues and fasting (both nutritional and verbal), I remained pelted and plagued by feelings of uncertainty and despair. Yes, even after sleeping with a senator, and waking up next to a dead friend, and celebrating Michael Jackson’s last Christmas with him and his kids, I still did not feel—how shall I put this?—mentally sound.”

Carrie Fisher, Shockaholic

Carrie Fisher was a Neptunian and even if Neptune did not break her heart, it sure as hell tired it out. She was always open – some would say to a practically shamanic degree – about her various battles with addiction, drugs, the Lilac Wine, mental illness, and all.

Carrie Fisher Astrology: She Was A Mystic, Aspirant Shaman, Idol And An Addict – All Neptunian Roles

What do i mean by shamanic? In ancient traditions, the shaman journeyed into other realms to negotiate or clear the crap out at an ethereal level, on behalf of someone else. They would interpret omens and dreams, intuit cures.  Her celebrity & security as a member of an old Hollywood dynasty lent her strength to speak candidly about taboo subjects. And she did it in such a style that people felt augmented in their similar struggles.

She was Sun conjunct Neptune with Mars in Pisces quincunx to Mercury in Libra. She was an icon because of her Princess Leia role in Star Wars. She took on the character in the latest Star Wars, with all its publicity obligations and hype, at the time of her second Saturn Return. AKA potentially a massive stress factor. Albeit a lucrative one.

She Took On The Star Wars Publicity Tour During Her 2nd Saturn Return

For an introvert with dignified Capricorn Rising and an exalted home-body Moon in Taurus, it may have been too much. She was also in recovery. The second Saturn Return is a time for contemplation and grounding. You can see how jetting around the place, doing endless media and fielding questions about being formerly hot would have been stressful.

She was a genius writer and (i just learned this) script editor.

“Sometimes she’d just walk around the city alone. Watch the people, smell the food, the bus exhaust, the smoke coming up through the grating. She’d feel protected somehow, found a sense of belonging in the hectic sprawl. And the next minute she’d feel like the one who couldn’t break the code, hit the right stride, catch the wave. Potholes and traffic and bums, oh my. With all the honking and the hum of movement, the living, breathing blur of noise gently pressing in on her, the great purr of the Metropolitan Cat turning into a dull roar. She’d feel so silent on the inside, her head as quiet as a stretch of sand, a cathedral silently worshipping the life that was all around her, storing it up for later when she needed some ‘too much’ to draw upon.”

Carrie Fisher, Surrender the Pink

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Saoirse Kirke
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Saoirse Kirke
December 30, 2016 8:40 pm

This time it’s personal 2016.

Togi
Togi
December 29, 2016 3:21 pm

Neptune on Asc in Scorpio. That snippet from her book made me shiver. It’s like she got inside my head. Not many people do that.

Redlipstick Virgo
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Redlipstick Virgo
December 29, 2016 1:51 am

I loved her as Marie in When Harry Met Sally – she just seemed the epitome of a cool cool woman in that role – and that’s what she was – a cool woman.

Invicta
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Invicta
December 29, 2016 1:35 am

I saw her roasting George Luckas on YouTube- some Facebook link my brother put up and she was wonderful. Such a cynical, no nonsense, in your face reminder to Hollywood of truth it would have preferred to forget or gloss over or replace with someone younger and thinner and God how refreshing her outspoken stance on mental illness and alcoholism and addiction was. I’ll miss her candour and 13th fairy-esq sense of humour. I realise how much I identify with her now she’s passed and how important she was. Finally someone willing to BE inconvenient and smart and funny in… Read more »

Libra9
Libra9
December 29, 2016 12:53 am

I love Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia but more especially as a writer. I wonder why those like her with immense talents and gifts have to squash themselves down to fit into the “normal reality” so desired by the majority? I’ve spent the past few years breaking off the shackles of “normal” but most people I know do not comprehend a life outside the 9-5 slog. Had a session with my psychic life coach today and all is progressing as it should. What about Debbie Reynolds? Couldn’t live a day without her amazing daughter. What a bond. Totally on point… Read more »

Corrina
Corrina
December 29, 2016 12:29 am

Yeah I have to say that Star Wars shaped my entire youth. I was 8. I had been born and raised in a small village called Anafiotika, just at the base of the Acropolis and outside the bustle of Athens. I had never really watched TV. I came to Australia as a 5 year old … and this movie just exploded my mind. Mum says it was the first time she’d seen me sit still and be quiet for over 2 hours. That sound! The rumbling of a Corellian starship looming in from above. I was gobsmacked. Stunned and awed.… Read more »

Invicta
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Invicta
December 29, 2016 1:50 am
Reply to  Corrina

Yes!
She was way ahead of her time in many ways and so brave. She was one of those rare people who could be honest and critical of the establishment because she had tenure.
She was woven into the tapestry but no way was she letting it tie her down. Or shut her up!
I already miss her “I’m here and I’m inconvenient ” vibe
I’m actually quite saddened by her passing.
Not your average Hollywood princess. Not even close.

Betty X
Betty X
December 29, 2016 8:47 am
Reply to  Corrina

“I liked Princess Leia, because she snubbed the sexy Han, told the “walking carpet” Chewie to get out of her way, told Darth & Tarkin they stank and knew her way around a gun. She was not a passive ingenue, she didn’t have a tan, her name was not Kylie or Karen, she was not blonde, she didn’t kiss arse.”
yes, a true bad-ass not a doormat “princess” stereotype.

embarkons7
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embarkons7
December 28, 2016 11:05 pm

Beautiful appreciation, Mystic. I saw Star Wars as a kid and what not, but I first really became aware of Fisher as an inspiring, acerbic person in the 90s when I was between him and the Independent film Channel would show “postcards from the edge” all the time. One thing I thought about with this news is how a lot of the heavy duty psychotropic medications which she took cause or contribute to cardiac problems. And all the ways in which our culture doesn’t nourish its shamans and all that causes, whether through substance abuse or illegal drugs … Sending… Read more »

embarkons7
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embarkons7
December 28, 2016 11:06 pm
Reply to  embarkons7

*the 90s when I was a tween
(Autocorrect arrr)

Unicorn Sparkles
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Unicorn Sparkles
December 28, 2016 10:42 pm

I was hoping she would pull through. That she would be the one who didn’t succumb to the 2016 celebrity reaper. I baulked at early obits while she still hung on.

2016 has an edge like the end of childhood.

embarkons7
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embarkons7
December 28, 2016 11:11 pm

So here’s a cool analysis re: the 2016 celebrity reaper — it’s partly baby boomers are getting to the age where they have more health complications and crises; partly that during that generation television (&c) expanded the reach and the amount of famous iconic people: http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-36108133

Gemyogi
Gemyogi
December 28, 2016 10:33 pm

Yes I felt from her writing that she delved deep and brought up pearls from the depths. Much like persephone and those goddesses who journeyed to the underworld. Definitely a shaman.

Vale Carrie and Deborah xx

Gemyogi
Gemyogi
December 28, 2016 10:35 pm
Reply to  Gemyogi

Ps. 2016, enough is enough!
Saw on twitter ‘it’s becoming more and more obvious that David Bowie has established a better alternative reality and is selectively populating it one by one!’

Invicta
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Invicta
December 29, 2016 1:27 am
Reply to  Gemyogi

Starman? Life on Mars? Planet Ziggy? Hard not to find it an attractive option right now tbh What a weird night last was Just read of Debbie Reynolds declaration 15 minutes before she died that she’d like to join Carrie or be with her again and PING or ZAP. Spooky stuff Then again I think I’m fairly spook proof after 2016. Glad that dark moon is behind us. Was quite the churn- had a smudging induced carpet fire in my bedroom that almost went very wrong and woo woo credipty dreams all night. Rather too neptunian for my liking. Is… Read more »

Gemyogi
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Gemyogi
December 29, 2016 2:46 am
Reply to  Invicta

Yes I’m feeling the weirdness and ghosts from the past but not in a scary way. Just walked home from my sister’s house to mum and dad’s it’s been oppressively humid all day and thunderstorms, now there’s sheet lightening but no thunder or rain. It feels very uranian. Saw a news story about Uluru being deluged by rain, now closed with waterfalls cascading down. I’ve heard it’s either the heart Chakra of Australia or the throat Chakra of earth. Either way it feels like a cleansing or clearing!

Pegasus
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Pegasus
December 29, 2016 2:50 am
Reply to  Invicta

It is mid winter in England. I found it deliciously spooky-magical in winter.
Fire in the carpet?
Guess that’s one way of cleansing, BURN any bad vibes away, overcome them with smoke so they leave tout-suite.
I wish you sweeter dreams Frank as they often affect the next day’s mood.
LIght a candle in your heart for love 🙂

Invicta
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Invicta
December 29, 2016 5:01 am
Reply to  Pegasus

Xxx

davidl
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davidl
December 28, 2016 10:31 pm

My favoirite Carrie scene with Balushi in Blues Bros.

Augusta
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Augusta
December 28, 2016 9:49 pm

Awsome post Mystic! Bloody hell you rock

dark star
dark star
December 28, 2016 9:32 pm

Love that paragraph and the idea of Carrie as a word shaman, weaving through the private and public realms.

milleunanotte
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milleunanotte
December 30, 2016 2:12 am
Reply to  dark star

Oh that Mercury in Libra is a fine crack through your heart! Articulate thinker.

paetraT
paetraT
December 28, 2016 9:11 pm

A wonderful tribute ???

paetraT
paetraT
December 28, 2016 9:11 pm
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I didn’t put the ???. Somehow they seem to appear after my comments here ?

Leogroover
Leogroover
December 28, 2016 8:31 pm

Love that ” silent as a stretch of sand”

Universali
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Universali
December 28, 2016 8:42 pm
Reply to  Leogroover

That line really grabbed me too…

Z
Z
December 28, 2016 7:33 pm

Her mom just passed away, I just can’t believe all these deaths honestly. It’s overwhelming.

Jokerman
Jokerman
December 28, 2016 8:32 pm
Reply to  Z

Was she Neptunian too?!?
That is freaky stuff.

Being a Neptunian is a hard road considering the Nebulosity.
I’m not a SW fan so l missed her career. But seeing withering tongue in action is a hoot.

Pegasus
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Pegasus
December 29, 2016 2:24 am
Reply to  Jokerman

I saw many of her mother’s movies from the 50’s. Much singing and dancing and wholesomeness from Debbie Reynolds. She blonde American pie and married an Italian-Jewish club crooner-movie star named Eddie Fisher. Flaky.
They both smiled a lot on the screen, like constantly fake grins from ear to ear is what i remember.
Poor Carrie.

Jokerman
Jokerman
December 29, 2016 3:06 am
Reply to  Pegasus

Singing n dancing movie stars??? Not my cup of tea. Apparently he went comfort ET a bit too intimately.

DR dying aft CF, reminds me of one my fave Pisces dying 3 months after his Kataka wife died. June Carter / Johnny Cash. He fell in love with her listening to her on the radio very young. It was a romance for the ages.

Sounds like something I’d do.

Sam
Sam
December 28, 2016 7:00 pm

I never knew any of this. She sounds so fab. My Saturn things want to learn from successful neptunians.
Just realised that’s an expression of cap moon sextile Pisces Sun isn’t it. A successful neptunian. Carrie Fisher rest in peace and thank you for belatedly becoming one of my muses… <3

Pegasus
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Pegasus
December 29, 2016 2:16 am
Reply to  Sam

Get a copy from your Library of ‘Post Cards from the Edge’, Pi.
Worth a read if you have the time to spare. Book better than movie-movie quicker 🙂

rachel
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rachel
December 28, 2016 6:52 pm

As a writer and interview guest She was so hilarious and easy to understand in a way, I was surprised to find her third house empty.

I love how she has conjunctions straddling between two signs–Saturn and the north node, sun and Neptune, and part of fortune and pluto

Kate Dohle
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Kate Dohle
December 28, 2016 6:13 pm

Debbie Reynolds & Carrie Fisher Do you think that Debbie Reynolds & Carrie Fisher were inexplicably intertwined? I mean apart from being Mother & Daughter. They seem to have such a tumultuous relationship and yet one of unconditional love! Twin Souls?

Gemyogi
Gemyogi
December 28, 2016 10:30 pm
Reply to  Kate Dohle

Yes

Pegasus
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Pegasus
December 29, 2016 2:12 am
Reply to  Gemyogi

It’s like a Greek Tragedy.Like mythological movie of Neptune’s (Hollywood) Chess Board Game.
The pieces being moved around. New territory for Carrie as a teenager having to navigate life with two Idols as parents.
Shades of the title of a book ‘My Mother Myself’…who wrote that now?
Stream of consciousness, Yogi.
Not 2017 yet and even more are going to Neptune or Pluto or the Milky Way….where eva 🙂

Gemyogi
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Gemyogi
December 29, 2016 2:39 am
Reply to  Pegasus

Nancy Friday. Called a daughter’s search for identity. I remember that book!

milleunanotte
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milleunanotte
December 30, 2016 2:10 am
Reply to  Gemyogi

Loved that book! Was lent it by my own mother when i was ten and hung onto it until i was fourteen.

I sense a LOT of karmic love between that mother-daughter connection. It’s funny how the daughter can also feel quite protective of the mother in amongst the barbs inflicted. Fisher, despite her haunting self-doubt, was very much her own woman, her own person. And i think when one experiences their own personhood in such a raw and heart-smashingly vivid way, one begins to understand the very person that is also in Mother.

fishgirl
fishgirl
December 28, 2016 5:13 pm

Very lovely. Yes, I thought she was so powerful on the page, so eloquent and poetic and beautiful. I had no idea she was still acting, to be honest. I loved her honesty about all the treatments she had for her depression (I read in one piece that she found electro shock therapy the most effective).
Her quotes swing between razor-sharp ahead-of-the-zeitgeist feminism and pure poetry.

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