George C. Scott
originality and imagination
Areas Where George C. Scott is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
He is unconventional, even iconoclastic, in his attitude toward religion, philosophy, and politics. George C. Scott tends to see traditional religion as restrictive, meaningless ritual with little to offer, and he is eager to experiment with other, alternative pathways. George 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.
He may have a great deal of confusion over money, financial matters, and ownership. Perhaps these things mean very little to George. Or possibly George C. Scott simply does not know how to deal with them in a realistic, effective way.
Also, George C. Scott may make his living through artistic, musical, or highly imaginative endeavors.
George C. Scott has a deep interest in secrets, the underworld or unconscious, and anything hidden and mysterious. Psychoanalysis, investigating his dreams, and other methods of uncovering secrets are very interesting to him. George C. Scott may be exceptionally perceptive intuitively or psychically. His emotions and subconscious energies are complex, and periodic transformations and personal crises are sprinkled liberally throughout Scott's lifetime.
He is a bit nervous and has a tendency to act rashly or hastily. His ideas tend to change quickly and George C. Scott is constantly distracted by new impressions. He is an independent thinker and always interested to learn something new.
George C. Scott tends to be somewhat self-willed and may find it difficult to get along with others. Frustrated with his relationships, he is likely to have frequent disputes. George wants to free himself from restrictions and obligations that hold him back.
George C. Scott tends to be subject to changes of mood, feeling great joy one moment, and deeply depressed the next. Very impressionable, Scott has a tendency to be easily tempted or seduced. His feelings of love are apt to be somewhat misguided or misdirected.
His relationships and contacts with others seem to have a fated quality, but some of the people George C. Scott meets could also be separated from him providentially - as if intervened through some higher power.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 9th house
Neptune in 2nd house
Pluto in 12th house
Uranus Opposition Moon/Mercury
Uranus Opposition Saturn/Asc.
Neptune Conjunct Moon/Venus
Pluto Conjunct Moon/N. Node