Uranus in Pisces is like lightning trying to pass through the deepest waters.
Uranus can be viewed as the speedy drill of an electrified mind (it's the higher octave of Mercury) and Neptune can represent the collective consciousness, dreams and beauty (as the higher octave of Venus). The two are not altogether compatible!
So what sort of predictions can we make about the seven year period (from 2003 to 2010) when Uranus (the ruler of Aquarius) and Neptune (the ruler of Pisces) trade homes and live in 'mutual reception'?
The best analysis I've seen so far is by Jeanne Mozier. In an article she published in the Mountain Astrologer in early 2003, she discusses the likely manifestations during this period of the "eruption of psyche".
She believes we can expect a 'dramatic increase in psychic sensitivity" and has some novel ideas about how that might play out. She sees a continued emphasis on technology (as signified by the previous transit of Uranus through Aquarius from 1996 to 2003) "at the same time that the mystical, spiritual essence of Pisces is intensified. Mystics with modems will be the Order of the day. God.com will be a much consulted web address. Technology may be developed to pick up psychic impressions or to monitor dreams (or make them lucid). "
Mozier makes interesting predictions about the likely increased popularity of vegetarianism, pediatrists, telepathic connections, personal spiritual trainers, aura scanners, rehab spas and water companies.
She mentions tsunamis a couple of times in the article and notes that "water and all the places it is kept will face disruption and upheavel".
View Mozier' article Uranus in Pisces: Enter the Imaginarium at her website.