originality and imagination
Areas Where Alfred Hitchcock is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
He is uninhibited and has an outrageous, crazy sense of humor. Alfred Hitchcock loves to get loose and he is often impulsive or "wild". Even if he appears conventional, Hitchcock is attracted to highly eccentric, creative, or unusual companions. In romantic relationships, Alfred Hitchcock is happiest when there is an element of surprise, unpredictability, and adventure. He may choose unstable love partners.
He is idealistic in his social and political outlook, and his ideals may impel Alfred to join clubs, organizations, communities of like-minded people, or groups that share his vision and his concerns.
He may have a deep aversion to groups, associations, clubs, or organizations of any kind. Any such group Alfred Hitchcock becomes involved in is likely to be either for intense personal growth, change, and healing, or centered around social change and revising society in some manner.
Alfred has the ability to realize extra-ordinary or unusual plans, but he is not above a bit of subterfuge or manipulation to get his way. Even if no one follows, Alfred Hitchcock goes his own way; he never looks back and rarely compromises.
At times Alfred Hitchcock may have a sudden desire to influence other people and he is not above using force to accomplish it. But Alfred could find himself under a spell of another person periodically. He is likely to have some exciting experiences through his relationships with other people.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 5th house
Neptune in 11th house
Pluto in 11th house
Pluto Conjunct Sun/MC
Pluto Opposition Uranus/N. Node