Fraser Clarke Heston
mental interests and abilities
He is a progressive thinker and he is open and receptive to new technologies and breakthroughs in science, and the latest discoveries in any field. Fraser Clarke Heston has high expectations and a profound belief that mankind's problems can be solved through the use of man's creative intelligence and inventive mind. Fraser has no patience for those whose conservative, unimaginative outlook limits their capacity to find solutions and envision a better future. Heston also likes to keep abreast of current developments in world affairs, for he instinctively knows that what happens in one part of the world affects everyone. Fraser Clarke Heston has a strong humanitarian drive. Practically speaking, Fraser Clarke Heston has an aptitude for organization and enjoys being involved in cooperative endeavors or businesses that are contemporary and innovative.
His mental skills and intelligence are directed toward practical matters and Fraser Clarke Heston is interested in the tangible effects of any abstract idea or concept. He is very interested in finance, economics and moneymaking strategies.
Fraser Clarke Heston would be an excellent teacher or counselor for he listens sympathetically and encourages others to express their inner thoughts and feelings. People trust and confide in Fraser, and he is able to read between the lines and sense what their feelings are as well as what they are saying. Heston works well with and understands women as well as the emotional, feminine side of life. He is articulate on personal (rather than factual or technical) subjects. Keeping a diary or journal would be satisfying for Heston. Fraser Clarke Heston also has a talent for learning languages.
His desire to make a point sometime overrides his receptivity to others' views. He can be a good listener, but Fraser Clarke Heston often finds it hard not to speak out.
Fraser Clarke Heston has a sharp tongue and ready wit, and he enjoys intellectual competition, problem solving and demanding intellectual work. In a debate, he knows how to drive his point home. Fraser Clarke Heston also possesses quick reflexes and dexterity and could be an excellent tennis or racquetball player. Any sport which involves a dynamic exchange between players is a suitable arena for Heston.
Fraser Clarke Heston often seesaws between what his conscious reasoning tells him versus a belief in things that seem to defy logic. Fraser has a penchant for thinking big and being able to visualize the future, but he must beware of grandiose schemes and exaggerated claims. Oftentimes the most "far out" theories or speculative ideas seem perfectly plausible to Fraser Clarke Heston, but it would be wise to test these ideas before investing in them too much.
Also, Fraser Clarke Heston is prone to severe wanderlust at times, so he should try to see as much of the world as he can.
Although he is perceptive and attuned to the personal, human side of any issue (as described above), Fraser Clarke Heston is also capable of considerable intellectual detachment and objectivity. Heston combines the qualities of being subjective and intuitive with a rational, analytical approach. Fraser has an introverted frame of mind and tends to dissect or deeply analyze his own inner life and experiences as well as those of others.
Although broadminded and interested in the philosophical or long-range implications of any plan (as mentioned earlier), Heston's mind is clear and practical as well. His wide-ranging ideas and interests are grounded by a sense of realism and order. At times Fraser Clarke Heston may seesaw between his optimism and sense of broader possibilities, and his skepticism and need for facts and tangible proof.
Fraser Clarke Heston has an aptitude for solving difficult mental problems due to his careful, methodical approach, attention to detail and tenacity in following a matter through to its conclusion. Fraser Clarke Heston has well-honed powers of concentration and enjoys studying and thinking in solitude. Heston can get entirely wrapped up in his own thoughts and completely engrossed in a minor detail. He is slow and cautious, but extremely thorough in his work. Conservative and somewhat of a skeptic, he may be narrow-minded or closed to any idea that has no concrete proof or scientific verification. He prefers dealing with facts rather than abstract speculation. Fraser Clarke Heston may also be distrustful or fearful of anything he cannot understand with his rational mind. He is well-suited to work in research or any field that requires careful study and thought.
Heston will notice that the description below contradicts some of the statements made in the previous paragraphs. So far, Fraser Clarke Heston's thinking was depicted as careful, conservative, methodical and possibly narrow or rigid, while the following information defines his mind as quick and innovative. Both are true! Fraser Clarke Heston incorporates both ways of thinking - the inspired-inventive and the deductive-ordered. Here is a description of the more free-flowing aspect:
His mind works in a rather electric, inspired, sometimes brilliant way, and Fraser Clarke Heston grasps new concepts very readily. However, his retention may be poor, as Heston tends to leap from one idea to another in a flash, and often without thoroughly digesting any of them. His mind may race so quickly that it is hard for Fraser Clarke Heston to sit still for any length of time. Fraser has a highly sensitive nervous system and needs a relatively calm, stable environment to be at his best. Fraser Clarke Heston should avoid over stimulating, frenetic places in order to stay balanced.
Even though Heston can be a decisive and convincing speaker (as indicated earlier), he also has a highly imaginative and intuitive mind. This combination offers a number of possibilities: Fraser could accurately articulate the images and fantasies he has, he could forcefully convince others of his own brand of idealism (or illusion!), or Fraser Clarke Heston may alternate from being very clear and direct to being rather evasive or poetic. The following describes the more fluid, non-rational aspect of Heston's thinking.
Although Fraser Clarke Heston's thinking is precise and logical, as described above, at times Heston can be quite the opposite. There may very well be periods of absentmindedness, building castles in the air, or ruminating over mystical, abstract or imponderable subjects, as discussed below.
He is open and receptive to subjects that defy rational explanation, such as psychic phenomena, mental telepathy and metaphysics, and Heston could teach these subjects to others. His mind is imaginative and inspired and Fraser Clarke Heston has an aptitude for art and creative writing.
Fraser Clarke Heston has very strong opinions and may be considered fanatical, extreme, dogmatic or one-sided in his views. Forcing his "truth" onto other people, playing intellectual power games with them or seeking to manipulate their thinking processes could lead to a great deal of conflict and opposition in his life and relationships. He may also be keenly aware of the ways in which the media, popular artists and advertising manipulate and shape our thoughts, for Fraser can easily see through hypocrisy, shams and superficial appearances. Fraser Clarke Heston has an intense way of communicating, and he may unintentionally come across as a threatening force.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Aquarius
Mercury in 2nd house
Moon Trine Mercury
Mercury aspects Moon and Mars
Mercury Sextile Mars
Mercury Quincunx Jupiter
Mercury aspects Moon and Saturn
Mercury aspects Jupiter and Saturn
Mercury Square Saturn
Mercury aspects Saturn and Uranus
Mercury Quincunx Uranus
Mercury aspects Mars and Neptune
Mercury aspects Saturn and Neptune
Mercury Trine Neptune
Mercury Opposition Pluto