mental interests and abilities
Clear, objective and realistic, he is unimpressed by exaggerated claims or promises. Henry Miller insists on being shown the facts behind any statement he hears, and his natural skepticism often borders on cynicism. Miller approaches problems clearly and rationally and maintains his poise and objectivity even in the midst of critical situations. Anyone seeking Miller's advice is certain to get an unemotional and unbiased assessment of their situation, and Henry - therefore - makes a good arbitrator or judge. He is thorough, conscientious and disciplined in his thinking, and has an aptitude for business, organization and administration. Henry Miller is also a good strategist, and he will plan and patiently follow a realistic course which will lead to his eventual success. Serious-minded and studious, Miller enjoys quiet time alone for thinking or reading.
Henry has an unquenchable thirst for knowledge and wisdom and for an ever broadening understanding of life. Henry Miller 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 Miller. World travel and studying other cultures are also strong urges of his.
Henry has talent for establishing rapport and communicating with people, great personnel skills, and he is adept at dealing with the public. Henry Miller communicates concern, interest, and the ability to listen, which encourages people to open up and confide in him even if they do not know Henry well. Miller creates close relationships with others by talking to them (even gossiping will do), or by writing intimate, personal letters. Women feel that Henry Miller understands them.
His desire to make a point sometime overrides his receptivity to others' views. He can be a good listener, but Henry Miller often finds it hard not to speak out.
Henry Miller has a sharp tongue and ready wit, and he enjoys intellectual competition, problem solving, and demanding intellectual work. In a debate, he knows how to drive his point home. Henry Miller also possesses quick reflexes and dexterity and could be an excellent tennis or racquetball player. Any sport which involves a dynamic exchange between the players is a suitable arena for Miller.
He is mentally restless, intellectually thirsty, and immensely curious. Henry Miller may study and travel widely in order to satisfy these urges and he is even happier if he shares his journeys with companions. Henry's gifts lie in his capacity for learning about the beliefs of a broad spectrum of people, making long-distance connections, opening up channels of communication and understanding, bringing people together from foreign lands, and promoting social and cultural exchange.
Even though Miller can be a decisive and convincing speaker (as indicated earlier), he also has a highly imaginative and intuitive mind. This combination offers a number of possibilities: Henry could accurately articulate the images and fantasies he has, he could forcefully convince others of his own brand of idealism (or illusion!), or Henry Miller may alternate from being very clear and direct to being rather evasive or poetic. The following describes the more fluid, non-rational aspect of Miller's thinking.
Vague, confused thinking which can lead to miscommunication and misunderstandings can be a problem for Henry Miller, and he has to work at being as clear, honest and unambiguous in his dealings with others as he possibly can. Henry tends, also, to "go off the deep end" regarding spiritual philosophies, imaginative ideas, or theoretical speculation which may or may not have any real relevance or validity. Henry Miller should try to critically test out his ideas, or seek out a person whose judgment and character he respects, to use as a sounding board.
Henry Miller has a probing, penetrating mind and in his view, nothing is as simple, innocent, or straightforward as it appears. He may not totally understand the hidden undercurrents he perceives, the secret machinations, the dark underside of a person or situation - but it intrigues Henry and sometimes he cannot stop thinking about it. Once Miller's interest has been piqued, he can become obsessed with getting to the bottom of the matter. At times Henry Miller makes more of something than is actually the case, like assigning dark, convoluted motives to a person where none exist.
Henry Miller has a tendency to dwell upon his basic ego needs and wants to plan everything out before acting. Others may see Henry as being all thought and no action, but the plans Miller makes are more likely to be in keeping with his real inner desires.
Henry has an abundance of thoughts and many ideas to expand his horizon. Always receptive to new ideas, Henry Miller tends to acquire considerable knowledge. New vistas of understanding may appeal to Miller, and he may get involved in groups that teach these ideas.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Capricorn
Mercury in 9th house
Moon Sextile Mercury
Mercury aspects Moon and Mars
Mercury Sextile Mars
Mercury Sextile Jupiter
Mercury aspects Mars and Neptune
Mercury Quincunx Neptune
Mercury Quincunx Pluto
Mercury Conjunct Sun/MC
Mercury Conjunct Jupiter/Uranus