F. Scott Fitzgerald
mental interests and abilities
One of Francis Scott's greatest assets is his ability to see both sides of an issue, and to negotiate and bring about compromise and reconciliation. Tactful, reasonable, and endowed with considerable social finesse, F. Scott Fitzgerald works well with people in business as well as in personal relationships. He is objective and somewhat detached from emotional bias, and makes an excellent consultant, mediator or public relations person. F. Scott Fitzgerald insists on fairness and seeks to foster harmony or at least peaceful coexistence between people. His sense of diplomacy is an asset to any business or social setting. F. Scott Fitzgerald also has fine aesthetic sensitivities and could work in an artistic or cultural environment.
The mysterious and the unknown fascinate F. Scott Fitzgerald and he may investigate the supernatural or something that is hidden or taboo. Fitzgerald needs to know what is going on behind the scenes. He is also deeply curious about or astute about economic, political, or social power, big business, and the motives and powers behind the social facade.
F. Scott Fitzgerald appreciates aesthetics and has a fine sense of form, design and beauty. He could develop considerable technical skills as an artist, designer, craftsman or creative writer. Fitzgerald could also sell objects of beauty such as artistic products, cosmetics, jewelry, etc.
F. Scott Fitzgerald has the ability to please and harmonize well with others and a talent for assuaging strain in the relationships of other people. His sense of humor, tact, and personal charm are a great asset when working with people one-on-one.
Although his tact was commented on above, F. Scott Fitzgerald can also be very direct, even brutally frank, in the way he communicates, as mentioned below.
He speaks clearly, decisively, and convincingly and thoroughly enjoys a vigorous discussion or debate. F. Scott Fitzgerald would be an effective lawyer or public speaker, a salesman of ideas. Others tend to listen to Fitzgerald and follow his lead, and he has a talent for directing people and making decisions. F. Scott Fitzgerald also has an aptitude for writing - especially criticism or satire.
Even though Fitzgerald can be a decisive and convincing speaker (as indicated earlier), he also has a highly imaginative and intuitive mind. With this combination, there are a number of possibilities: Francis Scott could accurately articulate the images and fantasies he has, he could forcefully convince others of his own brand of idealism (or illusion!), or perhaps F. Scott Fitzgerald swings from being very clear and direct to being rather evasive or poetic. The following describes the more fluid, non-rational aspect of Fitzgerald's thinking.
He is open and receptive to subjects that defy rational explanation, such as psychic phenomena, mental telepathy and metaphysics, and Fitzgerald could teach these subjects to others. His mind is imaginative and inspired and F. Scott Fitzgerald has an aptitude for art and creative writing.
His success in life comes through his own efforts, through his ability to concentrate and organize. F. Scott Fitzgerald has a strong sense of self-discipline and carefully considers every move before acting. He may have a difficult childhood because of problems with his father.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Libra
Mercury in 8th house
Mercury Conjunct Venus
Mercury aspects Venus and Mars
Mercury Trine Mars
Mercury aspects Mars and Neptune
Mercury Trine Neptune
Mercury Conjunct Sun/Saturn