John F. Kennedy
originality and imagination
Areas Where John F. Kennedy is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
His childhood or his relationships with his parents was unsettling or unstable in some way, so that John F. Kennedy may never have felt that he had firm ground beneath his feet. One of his parents may have been unusual, eccentric, or an inconstant influence in his life. Abrupt changes in location or in family relationships may have made John feel insecure, but positively - he was given more freedom and less pressure to conform to conventions, which enables John F. Kennedy to be more of an individual and less tethered to restrictive ideas of how one "should" behave, feel, or live.
Kennedy is a very idealistic person, and he wants to see his ideals, hopes, and dreams made concrete and real in the everyday world. John F. Kennedy is driven to put his ideals into action.
When young, John F. Kennedy may be rather aimless or confused about his place in the world. In early adult life it is likely that he struggles to find ways to express his imagination, fantasies, and ideals in his career. Work that involves compassionate service (such as medicine or the ministry) may be John's calling. If John F. Kennedy lacks personal integrity and honesty, he quickly goes to the opposite extreme and can con others through dishonesty and trickery. Music, art, film-making or entertainment are also areas in which Kennedy is well-suited.
John has strong philosophical views and there are times in his life when Kennedy passionately crusades for a cause that he deem noble and of utmost importance. Although his intentions are good, John F. Kennedy is not as objective as he thinks he is, and his views are more colored by personal experiences and concerns than he realizes. Nevertheless, John can also be instrumental in bringing about positive change if he can avoid being dogmatic. Also, John F. Kennedy may radically change or revise his own personal beliefs - even his most cherished convictions - many times during his life.
His disposition is somewhat unpredictable and Kennedy tends to follow sudden ideas or hunches he may have. But John F. Kennedy seems to have the gift of sudden foreboding and his hunches usually are right. John F. Kennedy may also have a strong interest in psychic phenomena.
John F. Kennedy tends to be subject to changes of mood, feeling great joy one moment, and deeply depressed the next. Very impressionable, Kennedy has a tendency to be easily tempted or seduced. His feelings of love are apt to be somewhat misguided or misdirected.
Easily influenced by others, John F. Kennedy could suddenly find himself deceived by them, leading to sudden separations from some of his associations or relationships. This could also apply to a partner of a joint enterprise.
He is inclined to let others dominate or use him and learning his own self-worth is one of the adjustments John F. Kennedy needs to make. On the other hand, there also is a possibility that he could appear dictatorial and too demanding of others.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 4th house
Neptune in 10th house
Pluto in 9th house
Uranus Opposition Moon/Neptune
Neptune Conjunct Moon/Venus
Neptune Opposition Uranus/N. Node
Pluto Conjunct Sun/Saturn