John Cleese has frequent emotional outbursts due to his fiery temper and emotional impulsiveness. Cleese expresses himself very directly and honestly and no one has to guess what his true feelings are. However, John Cleese dislikes showing any personal weakness or his need for support, comfort and nurturing. He is often impatient with himself and others. John abhors emotional dependency and dislikes "complainers".
John Cleese inspires others to take positive action in their lives through his own enthusiasm and eagerness to meet life's challenges, and he is attracted to people who are adventurous, courageous and independent. John is rather bossy but does not like to be with people that he can boss around too much. He enjoys a good fight sometimes. Relationships that are built on mutual respect and emotional freedom are ideal for Cleese.
John Cleese becomes very cross if he lacks vigorous physical activity. Cleese feels his best if he frequently "does battle" on the tennis or racquetball court (or engages in another form of competitive sport).
Though he yearns for close relationships, John Cleese often closes himself off and does not really trust others who may wish to get to know him. Cleese is very wholehearted in his feelings and responses to people, and he wants all or nothing from the people he cares for.
Cleese is rambunctious and a little rowdy at times, and he enjoys sharing this kind of energy with his friends. Making noise, cheering at a football game or even getting into a friendly fight all seem like good fun to him. In fact, John Cleese needs to do these things - otherwise he gets crabby.
There is a side to John Cleese that loves comfort and the easy life, and unless other factors in his chart indicate strong drive and ambition, Cleese can be lazy and overly permissive with himself. He enjoys being taken care of and pampered, and self-indulgence is always a temptation for Cleese. If John's parents made the unfortunate mistake of indulging him too much as a child, this may be a very hard habit to break. John Cleese can be so softhearted and affectionate that it is hard to say no to him. Eating too many sweets is a vice John is particularly prone to.
John Cleese has a great interest in everything and everyone around him and is constantly looking for people with whom he can establish deep inner relationships. His judgments are based on his personal feelings and he has a strong need to be with others.
John Cleese has a dreamy nature and an inclination to be influenced or led easily by other people. John looks for the perfect mate and dream of fulfillment. John Cleese must learn to deal with his extreme idealism and to face life a little more realistically.
In love relationships, John Cleese desires a deep, intense and passionate union with his beloved and forms very strong emotional bonds and attachments. John "marries" the person he loves at a very deep emotional level, and is often extremely possessive and jealous of anyone who may pose a threat to that union. Cleese can be very demanding of his love partner. John Cleese tends to be somewhat suspicious of his partner's relationships, even if they are merely platonic. If he is ever betrayed, John Cleese is capable of hating with as much force and intensity as he once loved. He is attracted to people who have an aura of mystery about them.
Beautiful, elegant and harmonious surroundings are very important to John Cleese, and he has an innate sense of style, design and form. Socially as well good form and politeness are important to Cleese and he instinctively avoids crudeness and dissonance.
He enjoys talking about love, relationships, art and the beautiful side of life. John Cleese appreciates artistic people.
He is intensely amorous and attractive to the opposite sex, and is not inclined to friendly platonic relationships. There is a great deal of tension in his love relationships - often because John Cleese puts his desires ahead of his partner's, and is impatient to have his love needs satisfied. The whole arena of love relationships, romance and sex is endlessly fascinating to John Cleese and he is not happy without a love partner. Cleese can "burn himself out" by pouring so much of his energy into romance.
John Cleese is not a traditionalist where love and relationships are concerned, and he often feels that formal commitments and conventional relationships are too binding and restricting. Thus, John is not very comfortable with forming lasting attachments or letting other people depend on him. He may be attracted to wild, unreliable, highly creative and/or unstable people who do not offer him any security. Even if John Cleese professes to want something steady and solid, he is very reluctant to give up his freedom and autonomy for its sake. At best, he is suited to serial monogamy or relationships that leave Cleese a lot of breathing space.
He is inclined to be rather quiet and humble and go about his business in a very modest way. Feeling sad frequently, John Cleese does not seem to have much interest in becoming involved in love relationships.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Aries
Moon in 8th house
Moon Sextile Mars
Moon Quincunx Venus
Moon Opposition Mercury/Asc.
Moon Opposition Venus/Neptune
Venus in Scorpio
Venus in 3rd house
Venus Square Mars
Venus Opposition Uranus
Venus Opposition Saturn/MC