originality and imagination
Areas Where Aretha Franklin is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
Franklin needs a lot of freedom in her close one-to-one relationships and she may experiment with nontraditional forms of relationships. When it comes to marriage or personal relationships Aretha Franklin rebels against conventions and restrictions, and she is likely to choose a highly unusual, eccentric, or unconventional partner.
She is idealistic in her social and political outlook, and her ideals may impel Aretha to join clubs, organizations, communities of like-minded people, or groups that share her vision and her concerns.
Aretha has strong philosophical views and there are times in her life when Franklin passionately crusades for a cause that she deem noble and of utmost importance. Although her intentions are good, Aretha Franklin is not as objective as she thinks she is, and her views are more colored by personal experiences and concerns than she realizes. Nevertheless, Aretha can also be instrumental in bringing about positive change if she can avoid being dogmatic. Also, Aretha Franklin may radically change or revise her own personal beliefs - even her most cherished convictions - many times during her life.
Aretha Franklin has a great need to be independent and free. There is an inner rebellion in her that makes it difficult for her to be adaptable. Her domestic relationships could be filled with nervous tension and a tendency toward excessive demands made on the family.
Aretha Franklin tends to seek the easy way out to the solution of her problems and may often be tempted to take a devious course of action. Her objectives are likely to be self supporting and Aretha may act ruthlessly or underhandedly towards others at times.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 7th house
Neptune in 11th house
Pluto in 9th house
Uranus Conjunct Sun/Moon
Pluto Conjunct Mars/Neptune