Deepsea Time “I Might Die But I Will Swim”


You don’t have to look hard to find the Saturn-Neptune square. It’s everywhere, across all strata of culture, thought, news, advertisements.

Deepsea / deep sea /: 1. A place of unfathomable pressure. 2. Rolex’s most over-engineered divers’ watch, featuring the patented Ringlock system, a lightweight, yet nearly indestructible, nitrogen-alloyed internal frame. 3. Capable of withstanding over three tonnes of force and depths of 3,900 metres. 4. Used by professional divers when ultimate reliability and robustness are a must. 5. Built for the extremes.”


“I might die but I will swim” may as well be a Saturn-Neptune catchphrase btw.

It might be obvious, but planetary transits don’t ignore advertisements even though we might. (Or, they are more subliminal and Neptunian in nature anyway). Intuitive comes in many many forms.


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