The way Alfred Hitchcock comes across to others is very congruent with his true nature so "what he sees is what you get". The description below reinforces what you read about Alfred in the previous chapter.
Proud and intensely individual, Alfred Hitchcock really wants to stand out, to be the very best he can be, and to be recognized and appreciated for his unique contributions. Doing something well and being respected for it is extremely important to him, and he cannot tolerate being relegated to the background, taking orders from others, or being "just one of the team". Alfred Hitchcock must put his personal stamp on whatever he does, and direct his own course in life. Alfred Hitchcock needs to have a place where he can shine, express himself creatively, and be the one in charge.
Alfred has big dreams and the determination, spirit, vitality and enthusiasm to realize them. Alfred Hitchcock also has a noble, romantic heart, and a love of the dramatic, colorful, and extravagant.
For Alfred Hitchcock, it is true that "the entire world's a stage" and he secretly (or perhaps not so secretly) desires to be the star or hero of the play. Alfred wants to be great and to receive the love and applause of an adoring audience, even if the "audience" is just one other special person. He needs someone to believe in him and his dreams. Though Hitchcock appears radiantly self-confident and independent, he is actually very dependent on the affirmation, love and recognition of others. He cannot bear going unnoticed or unappreciated.
Alfred Hitchcock also loves wholeheartedly and generously and really knows how to make the person he loves feel special. Alfred Hitchcock loves the magic of "being in love" and knows how to keep the romance alive in his relationships. He is also immensely loyal and will defend his loved ones and stand by them to the end - as long as they never offend his pride or betray his trust. However, Alfred Hitchcock likes to be the strong one in his relationships and he really does not share the leading role very easily. Ideally, Alfred needs to find a person who is as strong-willed as he is, but who will not try to dominate or compete with him.
Hitchcock's strengths are his zest and love for life, his creative power and his warm and generous heart. His primary fault is his tendency to be very egocentric, and so concerned with the impression he is making and with his own creative self-expression that he forgets there is another, larger world that does not revolve around him.
Alfred Hitchcock has a clear sense of his own self and he therefore conveys a strong impression to others of who he is and what he wants. Assertive and self-motivated, Hitchcock can be a leader - one whom others look to for direction - but he competes and often clash with other strong individuals. Alfred Hitchcock feels a need to be in control of his own life and he can be too self-involved, too immersed in his own interests, and oblivious to others at times.
Realistic and practical, Alfred Hitchcock sets goals for himself that are modest enough for him to actually achieve. He is able to tackle long, difficult projects and see them through, for Hitchcock possesses self-discipline, concentration and perseverance. Alfred Hitchcock also has a strong sense of responsibility and is very conscientious about fulfilling his obligations. Hitchcock often does things because he feels it is expected of him.
Alfred Hitchcock undergoes deep, transformative changes in his life with relative ease and a minimum of conscious resistance. Because he does not avoid the depths, Hitchcock has access to a lot of personal power and strength. Without realizing it or seeking it, Alfred is apt to have quite a potent effect on the people he comes into contact with, even superficially. Others sense that Alfred Hitchcock is a force to be reckoned with.
Hitchcock always seems to find the right words to verbalize his feelings, especially in regard to love and friendship. Alfred Hitchcock also has a keen sense of beauty and he probably appreciates art, music or poetry.
Maintaining relationships with friends and associates is very important to Alfred Hitchcock and he keeps in touch with them through his shared interests. His friends are likely to be very supportive to Hitchcock in everything he does.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Ascendant in Leo and Sun in Leo
Sun in Leo
Sun in 1st house
Sun Trine Saturn
Sun Sextile Pluto
Sun Conjunct Mercury/Venus
Sun Opposition N. Node/MC