growth and expansion
His strength lies in his ability to see the whole, rather than only the parts which compose it. George Bush has a deep need to explore the world and to develop his own philosophy of life and sense of personal meaning. George Bush vacillates between being open-minded and tolerant of differing views, and being dogmatic or overly zealous about his own viewpoint.
George Bush is very hospitable and loves having a large, comfortable, gracious home where he can welcome guests as well as family. His childhood or heritage was very nourishing and supportive, giving George a solid, emotionally secure basis for his life and relationships, and Bush is therefore inclined to share what he has freely and generously.
Investing in his home or real estate is likely to be very rewarding for Bush.
He is very broad-minded and tolerant, and has a rich, colorful imagination. George Bush does not struggle with life as much as most people do; he is inclined to follow the path of least resistance.
He is apt to have very strong convictions and beliefs, and some might say that George Bush borders on being fanatical. At some point in his life, the urge to act on these beliefs may put George in a questionable position with his superiors, or even the law of the land.
On another level, George Bush may have inordinate ambitions and unless he takes care not to overstep himself, a fall due to greed or arrogance could result.
George Bush has a happy disposition along with an optimistic and positive outlook on life. He plans his objectives in a clear-cut fashion and has the ability to succeed. Admiration and success is important to Bush, and he can achieve great heights in any field.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Jupiter in Sagittarius
Jupiter in 4th house
Jupiter Trine Neptune
Jupiter Quincunx Pluto
Jupiter Opposition Sun/MC