originality and imagination
Areas Where George Orwell is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
Orwell grasps new concepts quickly and is interested in new technologies, discoveries, and innovations. Unconventional ideas and creative, original approaches to problems are very attractive to George also. George Orwell gets bored easily and may have trouble concentrating on one idea or task at a time. He has an inventive mind.
Orwell is a very idealistic person, and he wants to see his ideals, hopes, and dreams made concrete and real in the everyday world. George Orwell is driven to put his ideals into action.
When young, George Orwell may be rather aimless or confused about his place in the world. In early adult life it is likely that he struggles to find ways to express his imagination, fantasies, and ideals in his career. Work that involves compassionate service (such as medicine or the ministry) may be George's calling. If George Orwell lacks personal integrity and honesty, he quickly goes to the opposite extreme and can con others through dishonesty and trickery. Music, art, film-making or entertainment are also areas in which Orwell is well-suited.
George has strong philosophical views and there are times in his life when Orwell passionately crusades for a cause that he deem noble and of utmost importance. Although his intentions are good, George Orwell is not as objective as he thinks he is, and his views are more colored by personal experiences and concerns than he realizes. Nevertheless, George can also be instrumental in bringing about positive change if he can avoid being dogmatic. Also, George Orwell may radically change or revise his own personal beliefs - even his most cherished convictions - many times during his life.
He is very imaginative and inclined to spend a lot of time fantasizing. Although George Orwell has an intuitive awareness of things around him, at times his feelings could suddenly mislead him. Quite often George may act on ideas that come to him suddenly.
His attitude toward other people is very optimistic and George Orwell is likely to have many relationships of friendship. Because of his natural ability to guide others, they may choose Orwell as their leader. George Orwell tends to be lucky in any venture he decides to undertake.
Although somewhat restless, George Orwell has great endurance and he works hard toward the achievement of his goals. Attainment of success and recognition could come to George suddenly and sometimes he could change his occupation just as quickly.
George Orwell is extremely sensitive and may brood over the slightest incidents. Plagued by inner discontentment, he is discouraged easily and also could be subject to deception. Circumstances concerning Orwell's family could be strange and mysterious.
George Orwell tends to hide his true intentions and is inclined to misrepresent himself. Somewhat indecisive, he may give the impression that he is unreliable and could lose some of his relationships because of it.
George Orwell seems to have an excess of ambition and pursues his aims in a fanatical way. An intense need for recognition may cause Orwell to become obstinate in pursuit of a particular objective. Sometime in his life there may be an important change of direction, occurring when he is least aware of it.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 3rd house
Neptune in 10th house
Pluto in 9th house
Uranus Opposition Mercury/Neptune
Uranus Conjunct Jupiter/Asc.
Uranus Opposition Pluto/MC
Neptune Conjunct Sun/Moon
Neptune Opposition Jupiter/N. Node
Pluto Conjunct Mercury/MC