mental interests and abilities
Outspoken and direct, he is always eager to express his ideas and opinions and does not mind opposing the consensus and stirring up a little controversy. Albert has fresh, original ideas and much enthusiasm for anything new and untried, but once the novelty has worn off, he is interested in another new idea or project. Albert Einstein never seems to have enough time to do all he wants to. He is very honest, speaks decisively and convincingly about things he believes in, and is unable to pretend to agree with someone if he honestly does not. He may be somewhat deficient in tact.
Albert Einstein thinks a great deal about his career, his reputation and public image, and the way he makes a contribution or impact on the world at large. Public speaking or communications of some other kind is likely to be an important aspect of the work Albert Einstein does.
His mind is serious and deep, and Albert Einstein will rarely offer an opinion on any matter until he has thoroughly considered and studied it. Albert has excellent powers of concentration and enjoys studying or thinking deeply in solitude. Albert Einstein has an aptitude for research or doing mental work which requires precise, organized thinking, attention to detail, and a methodical approach. He is conservative and something of a skeptic, and may be narrow-minded and closed to new ideas, especially if there is no concrete proof or scientific verification of them. Socially, Albert Einstein is rather reserved, uncommunicative, and uncomfortable with light, frivolous conversation.
Einstein will notice that the description below contradicts some of the statements made in the previous paragraphs. Above, Albert Einstein's thinking is depicted as careful, conservative, methodical, and possibly narrow or rigid, while the following information characterizes his mind as quick and innovative. Both are true! Albert Einstein incorporates both ways of thinking - the inspired, inventive and the deductive, ordered. Here is a description of the more free-flowing aspect:
His mind works in a rather electric, inspired, sometimes brilliant way, and Albert Einstein grasps new concepts very readily. However, his retention may be poor, as Einstein tends to leap from one idea to another in a flash, and often without thoroughly digesting any of them. His mind may race so quickly that it is hard for Albert Einstein to sit still for any length of time. Albert has a highly sensitive nervous system and needs a relatively calm, stable environment to be at his best. Albert Einstein should avoid over stimulating, frenetic places in order to stay balanced.
Albert Einstein has good powers of perception and visualization and an intense imagination. Greatly inspired, he feels optimistic and hopeful for the future. He is likely to talk a lot about his plans and also is inclined to put on an act at times.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Aries
Mercury in 10th house
Mercury Conjunct Saturn
Mercury aspects Saturn and Uranus
Mercury Quincunx Uranus
Mercury Conjunct Jupiter/Neptune