Composite Neptune in the 1st house
Composite Neptune in the 1st house indicates the couple projects a glamourous, dreamy, artistic vibe to others. Both partners are more sensitive, compassionate and intuitive to each other than to others.
There may be some confusion around where the relationship is going, and defining the relationship itself. There may be a tendency for one or both partners to project their ideals onto the relationship. As a result, the couple might not be seeing the relationship realistically, but rather see the relationship for what they want it to be.
The threat of deception is higher when Neptune makes hard aspects to other Composite planets and angles. Positive aspects, particularly from Saturn, can help the couple ground their expectations.
Composite Neptune in the 2nd house
Composite Neptune in the 2nd house indicates the couple tends to be quite idealistic and unrealistic when it comes to money matters.
This couple might not be the best at practical matters, like planning and saving. As a result, the couple needs to be careful not to be deceived or swindled by others.
Composite Neptune in the 3rd house
Composite Neptune in the 3rd house indicates the communication between the couple can be quite sweet and sensitive, but also confusing and hazy. In this relationship, both partners tend to be quite gentle in their communication with each other, and may even feel they can read each other’s minds.
On the downside, it can be difficult to get clear answers from each other, and it can feel you are on different pages entirely. Miscommunications and misunderstanding are common in this relationship. Both partners feel they need to re-explain or clarify what they meant by a certain statement, which can lead to frustration and further confusion.
If the couple is artistic or creative, this placement can be a great thing. In this case, the couple will enjoy coming up with creative ideas and daydreaming together.
Composite Neptune in the 4th house
Composite Neptune in the 4th house indicates idealization of the home and family. This couple sees their home as a spriritual haven where they can escape from everyday realities.
This asepct can also cause confusion around home life and family. It may be difficult for this couple to agree on decisions regarding the home. There may be a lack of groundedness and boundaries in the home.
Composite Neptune in the 5th house
Composite Neptune in the 5th house indicates a highly romantic relationship, The 5th house represents fun, play, romance, and creativity, so Neptune in this house adds a dreamy and idealistic energy to this area of the couple’s life.
In this relationship, there is much artistic and creative inspiration, so it would be a wonderful placement in the chart of a creative couple.
Composite Neptune in the 6th house
Composite Neptune in the 6th house indicates confusion and haziness around daily routines. In this relationship, it can be difficult to stick to plans and manage mundane tasks. As a result, chores and tasks may fall to the wayside when this couple is together.
Neptune is the natural ruler of the 12th house, which is the opposite of the 6th house. The sixth house has to do with work, productivity, and detail-orientation, so Neptune does not do as well here.
Composite Neptune in the 7th house
Composite Neptune in the 7th house indicates a highly romantic and idealistic relationship. If well-aspected, this placement can certainly indicate a wonderful, long-lasting relationship.
The couple find each other ideal, and see each other as soulmates. Being in a relationship together feels like a dream come true.
As with all Neptune aspects and placements, the threat of deception and delusion is present. There may be a tendency for each partner to over idealize the relationship and look past serious problems.
Composite Neptune in the 8th house
Composite Neptune in the 8th house indicates psychological and spiritual connection between the couple. On an emotional and intimate level, the relationship is deep and spiritual, and highly transformative for both parties. It is important to set sexual and intimate boundaries in this couple, given the hazy energy of Neptune.
The 8th house also has to do with shared resources. Neptune in this house can indicates confusion or deception regarding taxes, inheritances, and shared accounts.
Composite Neptune in the 9th house
Composite Neptune in the 9th house indicates a highly spiritual relationship. The 9th house represents travel, religion, philosophy and higher education, and Neptune brings an idealistic and spiritual energy to these areas. As a couple, each partner become more spiritually minded and idealistic than before. At worst, this placement can indicate the couple gets involved with cults or other dishonest religious/spiritual scams.
The couple enjoys traveling together, and feel they have found the ideal travel partner in each other. They may travel for spiritual purposes, and may enjoy visiting ashrams and spiritual places together.
Composite Neptune in the 10th house
Composite Neptune in the 10th house indicates a relationship where the overall directions or goals of the relationship are confusing and undefined. There may be a tendency for both partner to pedestalize or idealize the relationship greatly and sweep problems under the rug.
The 10th house also has to do with career and public reputation. Neptune in this house indicates others see them as a sensitive, compassionate, and sweet couple. If they are in a business together. the couple might find it difficult to work together due to miscommunications and misunderstandings. This can work if the couple works in an artistic or spiritual field, though.
Composite Neptune in the 11th house
Composite Neptune in the 11th house indicates the couple has a spiritual approach to relationships and group activities. The couple might prefer spending time with their artistic and spiritual friends or clubs. Perhaps the couple joins a spiritual group or club together.
Composite Neptune in the 12th house
Composite Neptune in the 12th house indicates a highly spiritual, sensitive, and perhaps deceptive relationship. The 12th house is Neptune’s home; it represents all that is ‘hidden’, subconscious, and spiritual in the relationship.
This couple enjoys spending time alone together, and build a beautiful world together where they can escape from the suffering and hardships of society. They are very gentle and compassionate to one another, and may even share telepathic or intuitive bonds with each other.
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