John Clark Gable
originality and imagination
Areas Where John Clark Gable is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
He is uninhibited and has an outrageous, crazy sense of humor. John Clark Gable loves to get loose and he is often impulsive or "wild". Even if he appears conventional, Gable is attracted to highly eccentric, creative, or unusual companions. In romantic relationships, John Clark Gable is happiest when there is an element of surprise, unpredictability, and adventure. He may choose unstable love partners.
John Clark Gable often has a very naive, idealistic, or overly romantic attitude toward people, and it is difficult for him to see others realistically. John may prefer to keep his relationships on an idealistic or platonic level, so that he does not have to deal with the more prosaic, earthy, human aspects of relationships.
Potential marriage or business partners should be thoroughly investigated, as his gullibility and desire to see only the best in people may blind John Clark Gable to the truth about others with whom he forms close relationships.
John has very strong creative forces and whatever he does, he wants to do to the fullest. In love relationships and romance, John Clark Gable gets totally, passionately, even obsessively involved. In other forms of creative release and self-expression, Gable is also very driven and he has a deep need to prove himself. His desire for personal recognition is compelling, and if John Clark Gable does not achieve creative success, he may try to force his children to fulfill his dreams for him.
John Clark Gable has a tendency for mood swings, feeling great joy one moment and deeply depressed the next. Gable is very impressionable and has the tendency to be easily tempted or seduced. His feelings of love are apt to be somewhat misguided or misdirected.
John never seems to plan ahead and tends to take things as they come. When taking a chance on his future, Gable may win sometimes and at other times end up disappointed, because his views are inclined to be based on idealism rather than realism.
At times John Clark Gable may feel that the emotional stress he experiences is just too much to bear. Feeling sad, Gable tends to give up and resign himself to the inevitable. He may try to improve his situation, but does not seem to have the strength to succeed.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 5th house
Neptune in 7th house
Pluto in 5th house
Neptune Opposition Moon/Venus
Neptune Conjunct Jupiter/Uranus
Neptune Conjunct Saturn/Uranus