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. Charlie 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. Charlie Chaplin 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.
Chaplin enjoys puzzles and other games that challenge him intellectually. Charlie Chaplin likes to show off his verbal or intellectual skills and to use his mind creatively. Writing, dramatic speaking or some other display of his creative intelligence appeal to him.
Charlie Chaplin possesses excellent powers of concentration, and enjoys studying or deep thinking in solitude. Discriminating and highly rational, Chaplin gets right down to the bare bones in any discussion, and he is quick to see the fuzzy thinking or weaknesses in another's logic. He is well-suited to any work which requires organized thinking, precision, and a methodical approach. He enjoys working on problems that others consider too tedious, repetitive, or technical. Charlie Chaplin tends to become a specialist in some field of knowledge, and to become engrossed in all of the small details of that area, sometimes not realizing that only few people share his particular interest, especially to the extent that he does.
Chaplin will notice that the description below contradicts some of the statements made in the previous paragraphs. Above, Charlie Chaplin'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! Charlie Chaplin incorporates both ways of thinking - the inspired, inventive and the deductive, ordered. Here is a description of the more free-flowing aspect:
Charlie Chaplin has a brilliant, inventive mind, and his sudden flashes of insight and clear perception enable him to understand concepts very quickly. At times his mind dances from one subject to the next so rapidly that he cannot thoroughly take in and digest any of them. Charlie gets bored and restless, and he intellectually rebel against too much tedium. He may be abrupt and impatient with people who plan and plod along, because Charlie Chaplin likes to be open to inspiration and be spontaneous. Chaplin could invent or discover something truly original, unique, or unheard of.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Aries
Mercury in 5th house
Mercury Trine Saturn
Mercury aspects Saturn and Uranus
Mercury Opposition Uranus