mental interests and abilities
He is highly interested in inner, subjective and personal issues, and his thinking is based more on feelings, intuition, personal experiences and prejudices, than on reason or logic. Intellectual abilities and accomplishments without heart or soul mean little to Alan. He is empathic and would be an excellent counselor, for he is a sensitive listener and deeply interested in people's feelings and inner life. In addition to psychology, Alan Turing is drawn to education, art, poetry, music or mythology. He is not particularly confident about speaking in public, but will open up and share his thoughts in small, intimate groups. Turing enjoys keeping a personal journal and reading the chronicles of others' lives and personal development.
His mental skills and intelligence are directed toward practical matters, and Alan Turing is interested in the tangible effects of any abstract idea or concept. He is very interested in finance, economics, and moneymaking strategies.
Alan Turing often seesaws between what his conscious reasoning tells him versus a belief in things which seem to defy logic. Alan has a penchant for thinking big and being able to visualize the future, but he must beware of grandiose schemes and exaggerated claims. Oftentimes the most "far out" theories or speculative ideas seem perfectly plausible to Alan Turing, but it would be wise to test these ideas before Alan invests too much into them.
Also, Alan Turing is prone to severe wanderlust at times, so he should try to see as much of the world as he can.
Alan Turing seems to have a sense of hopelessness and he feels that everything he does is blocked or opposed by others. Alan Turing tends to under-estimate and belittles himself and is inclined to get lost in details. He may find it difficult to concentrate.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Cancer
Mercury in 2nd house
Mercury Quincunx Jupiter
Mercury Conjunct Mars/Saturn