Federico García Lorca
originality and imagination
Areas Where Federico García Lorca is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
He is unconventional, even iconoclastic, in his attitude toward religion, philosophy and politics. Federico García Lorca tends to see traditional religion as a restrictive, meaningless ritual with little to offer, and he is eager to experiment with other, alternative paths. Federico 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 childhood and early home life were colored by a great deal of confusion or by people with unusually active imaginations, aspirations or fantasies. It is difficult for Federico García Lorca to see his childhood and his relationship with his parents in a clear, realistic light. Federico may search for the ideal, loving home he wishes he had, or believes he had, when he was a child. Finding inner peace and a sense of emotional security within himself is important to Lorca.
Federico García Lorca has a probing, penetrating mind and is highly analytical and critical in his thinking. Work that involves research, investigating mysteries or hidden causes, or deep study and analysis suits him very well.
He is also a convincing speaker, bringing others around to his own point of view by the intensity of his convictions.
Lorca may feel that he cannot rely on anyone but himself and that force is needed to get ahead in life. He tends to go his way alone and can be rather stressed and anxious at times. Federico García Lorca may deny himself things and rather go without than ask others for help.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 9th house
Neptune in 4th house
Pluto in 3rd house
Pluto Opposition Moon/Saturn