F. Scott Fitzgerald
originality and imagination
Areas Where F. Scott Fitzgerald is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
He is unconventional, even iconoclastic, in his attitude toward religion, philosophy, and politics. F. Scott Fitzgerald tends to see traditional religion as restrictive, meaningless ritual with little to offer, and he is eager to experiment with other, alternative pathways. Francis Scott has lots of creative, innovative ideas and he often feels that others are unwilling to take risks and venture out of their deeply ingrained perspectives and views.
His creative self-expression has a very imaginative quality, and F. Scott Fitzgerald has a particular affinity for drama, theater, film, and other artistic mediums in which creative fantasy plays a major role.
In love relationships and romance, also, F. Scott Fitzgerald often have glamorous fantasies that have little to do with reality.
There was much that was hidden or secret in Fitzgerald's childhood home, and Francis Scott absorbed a sense of shame or a feeling that he needs to hide and protect who he is from others. One of his parents had an especially intense bond to F. Scott Fitzgerald and profoundly influenced him, perhaps dominated or controlled him in subtle ways. Unlocking the secrets of the past, and learning to develop intimate and close relationships with others without controlling or being controlled are issues for Fitzgerald.
Emotionally excitable, F. Scott Fitzgerald has a desire to attain his objectives at all cost and apply his greatest efforts in order to succeed. Having spent too much energy pursuing personal goals, at times Fitzgerald may feel cut off from any meaningful relationships, resulting in loneliness.
He is inclined to dominate people and to use or manipulate others for his own ends. F. Scott Fitzgerald has a strong need to be in control in his relationships and to exercise influence over others. F. Scott Fitzgerald also has a desire to achieve record performances in groups he may be involved with.
Francis Scott wants to take control of everything around him and is not likely to subject himself to anyone else's will, leading to some very intense encounters in his relationships. F. Scott Fitzgerald should be careful not to resort to underhanded or subversive tactics when dealing with others.
F. Scott Fitzgerald seems to have a powerful influence on everyone and others are strongly attracted to him. He has a great need for attention or flattery and may be a bit fanatic in love relationships. His love relationships are likely to be very deep and intense.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 9th house
Neptune in 5th house
Pluto in 4th house
Uranus Conjunct Saturn/MC
Pluto Opposition Sun/N. Node
Pluto Opposition Mercury/Asc.
Pluto Opposition Venus/Asc.