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Le Neptiste {1.4}

Welcome to Le Neptiste, a regular column of the Real Imaginal online magazine, dedicated to the re-enchantment of Neptune. The planetary archetype of Neptune carries the impulse to create art, to experience divine beauty and its play of creativity which longs for expression in our lives and in our world. Neptune is to dream, to imagine-that is, to bring into existence that which doesn’t exist; to birth or to witness, and to be enraptured; to access the divine spark, the love which animates the cosmos. Neptune heralds the mythic dimensions’ endless giving birth through planet Earth, beckoning all beings to drink of the imaginal. Le Neptiste features interviews with artists, examining their natal charts, transits and work in some depth, with a focus on both the fulfilling and the problematic sides of embodying Neptune in a disenchanted world.[1] This is the fourth part of our first series featuring Molly Johnstone, a 35-year-old artist working in mixed media, photography and poetry, currently living in Sedona, Arizona. You may view and purchase prints of Molly’s art on …

Le Neptiste {1.3}

Le Neptiste Molly Johnstone: Part 3 Welcome to Le Neptiste, a regular column of the Real Imaginal online magazine, dedicated to the re-enchantment of Neptune. The planetary archetype of Neptune carries the impulse to create art, to experience divine beauty and its play of creativity which longs for expression in our lives and in our world. Neptune is to dream, to imagine—that is, to bring into existence that which doesn’t exist; to birth or to witness, and to be enraptured; to access the divine spark, the love which animates the cosmos. Neptune heralds the mythic dimensions’ endless giving birth through planet Earth, beckoning all beings to drink of the imaginal. Le Neptiste features interviews with artists, examining their natal charts, transits and work in some depth, with a focus on both the fulfilling and the problematic sides of embodying Neptune in a disenchanted world.[1] This is the third part of our first series featuring Molly Johnstone, a 34-year-old artist working in mixed media, photography and poetry, currently living in Sedona, Arizona. You may view and …

Le Neptiste {1.2}

Le Neptiste Molly Johnstone: Part 2 Welcome to Le Neptiste, a regular column of the Real Imaginal online magazine, dedicated to the re-enchantment of Neptune. The planetary archetype of Neptune carries the impulse to create art, to experience divine beauty and its play of creativity which longs for expression in our lives and in our world. Neptune is to dream, to imagine—that is, to bring into existence that which doesn’t exist; to birth or to witness, and to be enraptured; to access the divine spark, the love which animates the cosmos. Neptune heralds the mythic dimensions’ endless giving birth through planet Earth, beckoning all beings to drink of the imaginal. Le Neptiste will feature interviews with artists, examining their natal charts, transits and work in some depth, with a focus on both the fulfilling and the problematic sides of embodying Neptune in a disenchanted world.[1] This is the second part of our inaugural series featuring Molly Johnstone, a 34-year-old artist working in mixed media, photography and poetry, currently living in Sedona, Arizona. You may view …

Le Neptiste {1.1}

 Le Neptiste Molly Johnstone: Part 1 Introducing Le Neptiste, a regular column of the Real Imaginal online magazine, dedicated to the re-enchantment of Neptune. The planetary archetype of Neptune carries the impulse to create art, to experience divine beauty and its play of creativity which longs for expression in our lives and in our world. Neptune is to dream, to imagine—that is, to bring into existence that which doesn’t exist; to birth or to witness, and to be enraptured; to access the divine spark, the love which animates the cosmos. Neptune heralds the mythic dimensions’ endless giving birth through planet Earth, beckoning all beings to drink of the imaginal. Le Neptiste will feature interviews with artists, examining their natal charts, transits and work in some depth, with a focus on both the fulfilling and the problematic sides of embodying Neptune in a disenchanted world.[1] Our inaugural series is launched with Molly Johnstone, a 34-year-old artist working in mixed media, photography and poetry, currently living in Sedona, Arizona. Molly and I met at our alma mater, …