NEPTUNE IN THE 8TH HOUSE Of Your Yearly Solar Return Chart
The most notable mundane manifestation associated with this Neptune —, placement in Solar Return
- While NEPTUNE in Synastry Chart, can indicate a deep and spiritual connection between two people. For example , Secretly Neptune ( You ) believes that he is following the true path. He does not realise that this is a rejection of his partner's values. Jupiter ( Your Partner ) ... Learn more
If you yourself are dependent on parents or others for funds, money might be given to you only occasionally or as the need arises.
If you are waiting for a suit, debt or insurance claim to be settled, the issue may go on for most of the Solar Return year.
Giving away money to charitable organizations is a positive trait associated with this placement.
Astrologers use the term "NEPTUNE IN THE 8TH HOUSE of Solar Return" to describe a particular Astrological Reading technique of observing the moving planets forward in YEARLY BASIS. (Also See, Transiting JUPITER Square Natal NEPTUNE - Transit to natal Aspect in the sky )
This technique is aptly named because it describes how a person progresses through their life From Birth Day to Birth day.
Therefore Progress In Yearly Solar Return are likely to show us signposts in life's journey and consequently help us gain wisdom and understanding.
TRANSITING NEPTUNE — Ruler of Pisces, IN THE EIGHTH HOUSE
Neptune is the great anesthetic. Its transit through the eighth house can be welcome, because this house is full of some crazy, often painful stuff.
It’s where we are vulnerable to all kinds of hurt and betrayal and abuse, things we’d rather not think about. Having Neptune transiting there can make it all easier to bear.
Unfortunately, it can also make it much harder to deal with whatever is really going on, so you can heal the source of the hurt and perhaps even grow closer to the important people in your life. This is why some kind of spiritual or psychological guidance can be truly helpful during this transit—it reduces the chances of giving in to unhealthy avoidance, denial, and self-destructive habits.