originality and imagination
Areas Where Henry Miller is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
Miller needs a lot of freedom in his close one-to-one relationships and he may experiment with nontraditional forms of relationships. When it comes to marriage or personal relationships Henry Miller rebels against conventions and restrictions, and he is likely to choose a highly unusual, eccentric, or unconventional partner.
He may have a great deal of confusion over money, financial matters, and ownership. Perhaps these things mean very little to Henry. Or possibly Henry Miller simply does not know how to deal with them in a realistic, effective way.
Also, Henry Miller may make his living through artistic, musical, or highly imaginative endeavors.
He is likely to have a fixation on money, wealth, and material resources. Henry Miller may totally renounce material desires and ownership, or become obsessed with having, owning, and accumulating. Henry's attitudes towards owning, keeping, and sharing will undergo major changes in his lifetime, and his fortunes are likely to run very hot or very cold.
His energy and physical vitality may not be as great as it could be. Henry Miller seems to tire easily and he has a tendency toward idleness or drifting. Miller may also have to fight the temptation of becoming involved in some corrupt or dishonest ventures.
Henry Miller has a highly stimulated imagination, great inspiration and an immediate grasp of ideas that are usually too subtle for the intellect. He is likely to have sudden spiritual or psychic experiences and may take an interest in metaphysical subjects.
Perhaps due to his relationships with his parents, Henry Miller may feel rejected at times and may seek drastic solution to his problems. Henry may attempt to force someone to marry him, or could be forced into marriage himself.
Henry could have a rather ruthless and unscrupulous side to his personality that will do anything to destroy opposition. Henry Miller may be a fanatic in work and is capable of making great efforts in order to achieve a lot, overtaxing his strength in the process.
Henry Miller has a tendency to over-tax his mind and has a constant need for deep intellectual probing of ideas and beliefs. Very persevering in his work, Henry could be an excellent mathematician. But he wants to do too much at a time and needs to learn to relax.
His ambitions tend to be a bit fanatic and Henry Miller pursues his objectives very energetically. Miller seems to have an extraordinary amount of energy, but should use care not to overwork himself and end up with a nervous breakdown.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 7th house
Neptune in 2nd house
Pluto in 2nd house
Neptune Opposition Sun/Mars
Neptune Opposition Mercury/Uranus
Pluto Opposition Sun/Moon
Pluto Opposition Sun/Mars
Pluto Opposition Mercury/Uranus
Pluto Opposition Uranus/MC