I saw a post recently asking about Pisces' facial expression. I analyze this by archetypes I have read over the years.
The question was: Do Pisces have Sad resting faces?
My Answer is:
Piscean people have round greyish 'fish eyes' that are cloudy from absorbing their environment, and rounder 'doughy' faces. Their facial expression is also less conclusive, and hard to judge as one emotion or another, as if to contain an entire spectrum of feeling at once, making them perfect actors and storytellers, as well as active listeners.
The default expression is one of kindness and understanding.
They are less conventionally photogenic since they possess beauty that moves-- they are physically the opposite of that static anglularity and sharpness that define the models of our era.
I spot a Pisces resting face when I see a soft placid smile they wear through literally anything + gentle "droopy" eyes, the classic puppy eyes. They also can have a (fairy) grandmotherly feel about them. Their eyes are tired, friendly and saintlike and they are highly approachable.
They look more forlorn than sad. They are the natural damsel, or lost boy. It's easy to interpret as sad.
- Alfred Hitchcock
- George Clooney
- Gwyneth Paltrow (this is what I mean by serene fish eyes, look at her without makeup)
- Clara Bow
- Johnny Cash
Neptune conjunct Pisces Ascendant:
**Neptune travelled through Pisces 1847 - 1862
Here is a lovely link to historical periods where Neptune was in Pisces courtesy of forrestastrology: https://www.forrestastrology.com/blogs/astrology/neptune-in-pisces-timeline )
- James Esnor
- Stanislas de Guadita (occultist and poet)
12th house planets, which I think can communicate deep existential sadness.
12th house planet people can genuinely be sad in a broad sense, without necessarily feeling sad.