mental interests and abilities
George has an extremely active, lively and versatile mind with a multitude of interests and an inexhaustible curiosity about life. He is quick to grasp new concepts and equally quick to lose interest in an idea or project once his curiosity has been satisfied. George likes to taste a little bit of everything - concentration and disciplined study are not his strong points. Mentally restless, he may change jobs or locations frequently, or do work that involves movement, travel and variety.
George Orwell has a flair for language, playing with words, speaking, writing or teaching in an entertaining and informative way. He also enjoys meeting new people, conversing and learning a little bit about them, and works well with the public.
Sales, advertising, communications, journalism or public relations are good areas for Orwell. His ability to be articulate and communicate well is one of his greatest strengths.
George has an unquenchable thirst for knowledge and wisdom and for an ever broadening understanding of life. George Orwell is the perpetual student and will be involved in higher education, philosophy, or religion. Law, broadcasting, publishing, or fields of communications are also areas that interest Orwell. World travel and studying other cultures are also strong urges of his.
He speaks clearly, decisively, and convincingly and thoroughly enjoys a vigorous discussion or debate. George Orwell would be an effective lawyer or public speaker, a salesman of ideas. Others tend to listen to Orwell and follow his lead, and he has a talent for directing people and making decisions. George Orwell also has an aptitude for writing - especially criticism or satire.
George Orwell possesses excellent powers of concentration and enjoys studying or deep thinking in solitude. Discriminating and highly rational, Orwell gets right down to the bare bones in any discussion and is quick to see the fuzzy thinking or weaknesses in another's logic. He is well-suited to any work that requires organized thinking, precision and a methodical approach. He enjoys working on problems that others consider too tedious, repetitive or technical. George Orwell tends to become a specialist in a given field of knowledge and to become engrossed in all of the small details involved, sometimes unaware that only few people share his particular interest, especially to the extent that he does.
George Orwell forms his own conclusion about things and may have some difficulty in exchanging his thoughts and ideas with others, although they regard his ideas as having a good foundation. Most of his conversations tend to have a serious overtone.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Gemini
Mercury in 9th house
Mercury Trine Mars
Mercury Trine Saturn
Mercury Opposition Saturn/N. Node