John F. Kennedy
His gift for gab (discussed below), combined with his agreeable and accommodating nature (described in the previous chapter), make John F. Kennedy a real "people person", with an almost constant need for dialogue and personal interchange. John could succeed as a public relations consultant, an interviewer or a host.
John F. Kennedy is, in many ways, an eternal child. His mind is bright, alert, curious, flexible, playful and always eager for new experiences - and his attention span is often quite brief. Kennedy grasps ideas quickly and once his initial curiosity has been satisfied, he is ready to move on. John F. Kennedy craves frequent change and variety, as well as new situations and people.
It may be hard for John F. Kennedy to decide just where his talents and true vocation lie, for he has a multitude of interests and is loathe limiting himself by concentrating on just one. He is easily distracted by all of the other fascinating possibilities. His curiosity and restlessness propel John toward many different experiences in life, and he is willing to taste or try anything once. Doing the same thing over and over again, even if it is something he does well, is tantamount to drudgery for Kennedy.
John F. Kennedy lives in his head a great deal - reading, observing, thinking, spinning ideas around - and he needs mental stimulation every bit as much as he needs food and drink. In fact, if John had to choose between a good book or movie and a good lunch, he would very likely choose the former. John F. Kennedy has a creative mind and he often lives by his wits.
He is also a very social creature, with a strong need to communicate and interact with people. He enjoys using and playing with words and has a real flair for getting his ideas across in a clever, interesting, articulate manner. Writing and/or speaking are areas he has talent for.
John F. Kennedy also has a rather lighthearted and mischievous sense of humor, and often does not take anything too seriously. Though he craves emotional involvement, it is hard for John F. Kennedy to achieve it, for he is frequently unwilling to commit himself to anything, to take responsibility or to limit his personal freedom and mobility.
His happiness lies in using his creativity and language skills to communicate something meaningful, teach, inspire, or bring people together. John has an unbiased mind and can usually offer a fresh, clear, uncluttered perspective. His faults are his lack of constancy and persistence, and his tendency to overlook or ignore deep emotional issues and other people's feelings.
John F. Kennedy craves intense experiences and is attracted to aspects of life that are strange, unfathomable, or taboo. He may hide his interests or inclinations, except from those who know John very intimately. John F. Kennedy is rarely content with himself and his life, and he has an inner urge to be continually going farther or deeper than him ever have before. John has also a strong interest in social power and the role that money and economics play in people's lives.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Ascendant in Libra and Sun in Gemini
Sun in Gemini
Sun in 8th house