His appearance and the way Jacques Chirac comes across to others (as described on the previous page) is very congruent with his true nature (described below). He is very idealistic, and a great lover of space and freedom.
He is a gambler and an adventurer at heart, one who loves to take risks, to discover and explore new worlds, and to take the untried path rather than the safe, reliable one. He is an independent soul, freedom-loving, and often very restless. He needs a lifestyle that provides opportunities for travel, movement, change, and meeting new people. A steady routine which offers much in the way of security but little in the way of space and freedom is odious to him.
To Jacques Chirac, life is a journey, an adventure, endlessly interesting and rich with possibilities, and it may be difficult for him to decide where to focus his attention and efforts. Jacques Chirac probably traveled around and experimented with many different paths before he settled on a particular career. Or he may go from one project to the next, for once the challenge and vital interest is gone, he is very quick to move on. Commitment, discipline, focus, and concentration are not his strong points. Chirac can be irresponsible and disinclined to take on the burdens and limitations of adult life.
An incurable optimist, he has big dreams, aspirations, and hopes for the future and is usually pursuing some distant goal. Jacques Chirac has a great deal of faith and trust in life and failures do not crush his spirit. Chirac always bounces back from disappointments, often with another bright dream or scheme. Jacques Chirac has a sporting, playful attitude toward life and he is philosophical about his mistakes. Jacques has the ability to sense future trends, to see the big picture, and he likes to theorize and speculate. However, attending to all of the details and practical requirements of implementing his theories is bothersome to him.
Chirac expresses himself in a very open, direct, and straightforward manner and is often blunt and tactless as well. Because he does not take himself too seriously, he may not realize how deeply his candid statements can wound more sensitive souls. In fact, though he may not realize it, Jacques' insensitivity and lack of understanding regarding others' feelings is probably one of his worst faults.
Jacques Chirac does enjoy being in close relationships, but he needs freedom also and he does not do well with a possessive, clinging, or emotionally demanding partner. He is quite generous, and heartily dislikes pettiness in others. Someone who shares his ideals, his sense of fun, and his zest for life would be the right companion for Chirac.
World travel, foreign cultures, and studies which expand his intellectual horizons and broaden his understanding of the world are very attractive to Chirac.
Jacques Chirac has a philosophical turn of mind and is concerned with seeking answers to the big questions of life or getting the overview of any situation. Abstract concepts and/or plans for the future occupy his mind much of the time.
He is direct, energetic, sometimes aggressive and combative. Jacques Chirac often feels that he needs to fight to get what he wants, and he tends to have a "me-first" attitude that angers or irritates others. He is hasty, restless, impatient, and sometimes reckless.
Along with his energy and drive Jacques Chirac has high ideals and an active fantasy life. There is a dreamer and an idealist in Chirac, as well as a doer and a fighter. Jacques wants to win but not at others' expense, and this maybe something of a dilemma for him.
Jacques is extremely sensitive and imaginative, and he can get lost in his dreams, fantasies, and visions. He is attracted to artistic and creative pursuits, the world of color, beauty, and emotion. Jacques Chirac is also drawn to mysticism and he has deep spiritual aspirations and yearnings. Gentle and peace-loving, Chirac may lack the will and competitive spirit needed to make his way in the world. He is often impractical and may seek to avoid or escape the hard realities of life.
With his charm and outgoing personality Jacques Chirac has no trouble attracting people and he enjoys pleasant and congenial relationships with them. He may choose social contact with generous or wealthy people and would prefer to live in a beautiful home.
Jacques Chirac has a great desire for freedom and independence and is subject to strong emotional tensions. He is very creative and forges ahead tirelessly. But Chirac tends to make the highest demands on his physical energy and is prone to over-stimulate his nerves.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Ascendant in Aquarius and Sun in Sagittarius
Sun in Sagittarius
Sun in 9th house
Sun Square Mars
Sun aspects Mars and Neptune
Sun Square Neptune
Sun Conjunct Jupiter/Asc.
Sun Opposition Uranus/Pluto