John F. Kennedy
mental interests and abilities
His mind operates in a very deliberate and methodical manner and John F. Kennedy dislikes being rushed or forced to give an opinion before he has thoroughly ruminated and digested an idea. He is also difficult to influence once his mind is made up.
Though slower to grasp new concepts or learn new skills, he is patient and persevering and, in fact, often becomes quite adept at whatever he puts his mind and hand to, for he is willing to devote much time and attention to it. John F. Kennedy succeeds not so much because of his mental brilliance, but because he has the ability to concentrate and follow a project through to its completion. John has an aptitude for singing or drawing.
The mysterious and the unknown fascinate John F. Kennedy and he may investigate the supernatural or something that is hidden or taboo. Kennedy needs to know what is going on behind the scenes. He is also deeply curious about or astute about economic, political, or social power, big business, and the motives and powers behind the social facade.
John F. Kennedy would be an excellent teacher or counselor for he listens sympathetically, and encourages others to express their inner thoughts and feelings. People trust and confide in John, and he is able to read between the lines and to sense what their feelings are as well as what they are saying. Kennedy works well with and understand women, and the emotional, feminine side of life. He is articulate on personal subjects (rather than factual or technical). Keeping a diary or journal would be satisfying for Kennedy. John F. Kennedy also has a talent for learning languages.
His desire to make a point overrides sometimes his receptivity to others' views. He can be a good listener but often it is hard for John F. Kennedy not to speak out.
John F. Kennedy has a sharp mind and a sharp tongue as well, and he loves a vigorous discussion or debate. He expresses his thoughts in a clear, decisive, convincing style. John dislikes vagueness and fuzzy thinking, and is quick to point out the discrepancies in another's argument. At times Kennedy is verbally aggressive and abrasive to others, and he tends to overstate his case or offend people by his unadorned frankness. John F. Kennedy can be an effective spokesperson, lawyer, or salesman. He has an aptitude for writing as well, particularly criticism or satire. Kennedy enjoys mental challenges and mental work.
He enjoys philosophical speculation and theorizing about abstract ideas and concepts. Kennedy is interested in the broad view, universal principles and systems, seeing connecting relationships and patterns, and seeing the whole picture rather than its component parts. John F. Kennedy has a great respect and thirst for knowledge and education, and is the proverbial "perpetual student". John F. Kennedy also has a talent for teaching and sharing his knowledge, and as a teacher John presents himself as a fellow participant in the ongoing quest for understanding rather than as an authority.
He may become involved in television, publishing, or other fields that involve sharing ideas with large groups of people. John F. Kennedy excels in areas that require long-range planning and foresight, and can therefore be very successful in business, but he is rather sloppy and haphazard when it comes to implementing his ideas in a concrete way. John F. Kennedy should leave it to someone else to take care of the details. Travel or long-distance contacts and communications will play a large role in Kennedy's life and work.
He is an original thinker, capable of unique discoveries and innovations, but he tends to scatter his energies in too many directions at once and to make impulsive or hasty decisions. Kennedy grasps ideas very quickly and become impatient with duller or more conservative minds. A fast-moving, mentally stimulating, and unpredictable atmosphere suits John quite well, even though he may complain about the stress and the crazy pace. John F. Kennedy has a technical bent and is interested in the newest scientific theories and findings, electronics, computers, etc.
Prudent and far-sighted, John F. Kennedy has a talent for organizing and negotiating advantageous business deals. Kennedy has a wealth of plans and is capable of thinking them out and putting them into action successfully. John F. Kennedy seems to have the sense to avoid any real risky ventures.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Taurus
Mercury in 8th house
Moon Trine Mercury
Mercury aspects Moon and Mars
Mercury Conjunct Mars
Mercury Conjunct Jupiter
Mercury Square Uranus
Mercury Conjunct Mars/Jupiter