John F. Kennedy Jr.
mental interests and abilities
John has the ability to concentrate and become completely immersed in his work. John F. Kennedy, Jr. seems to know things at an instinctive, nonverbal level and prefers learning through direct experience or apprenticeship rather than through books or lectures. John has mechanical ability and works well with his hands. JFK Jr. could become adept at sculpture, pottery, carpentry or anything that involves manual creativity.Biology (and related fields such as medicine) interests him as well. John F. Kennedy, Jr. also has an instinctive rapport with animals, and may feel that he relates better to them than to people! John F. Kennedy, Jr. tends to become narrowly focused on his own specialized interests and may not have much to say or communicate outside of that particular field.
Inquisitive and communicative, John's mind seems to be "on" all of the time and he is forever gathering information and sharing ideas. His attention span may be rather brief; JFK Jr. has many and diverse interests, and is easily distracted. JFK Jr. learns quickly, is eager to pass on what he is learning and thinking about, and may talk excessively.
John F. Kennedy, Jr. appreciates aesthetics and has a fine sense of form, design, and beauty. He could develop great technical skill as an artist, designer, craftsman, or creative writer. JFK Jr. could also sell objects of beauty - artistic products, cosmetics, jewelry, etc.
John has the ability to please and harmonize well with others and a talent for assuaging strain in the relationships of other people. His sense of humor, tact, and personal charm are a great benefit to JFK Jr. in any work with people on a one-to-one level.
John F. Kennedy, Jr. has a great capacity for concentration, handling details, and learning about subjects others might find ponderous, too technical, or dry. He could easily become a teacher of some specialized skill or field of knowledge. Practical applications and techniques are his forte. In speech John F. Kennedy, Jr. tends to be factual and to the point.
Although John F. Kennedy, Jr.'s thinking is precise and logical, as described above, at times JFK Jr. can be quite the opposite. There may very well be periods of absentmindedness, building castles in the air, or ruminating over mystical, abstract or imponderable subjects, as discussed below.
His mind does not function in a linear, logical manner and John F. Kennedy, Jr. is often unable to express his thoughts in simple, everyday language. Symbols, images, art or music better express JFK Jr.'s ideas. Flights of imagination and fantasy carry John into strange and beautiful worlds, and he could foster the ability to transcribe some of his perceptions so as to share them with others, for example, by writing fantasy, fiction, lyrics or poetry. JFK Jr. is sensitive to nuances and possesses intuitive or psychic gifts, but he may become confused between imagination and true perception. John F. Kennedy, Jr. has a strong mystical and idealistic bent, and has difficulty focusing his attention on practical or mundane activities. John F. Kennedy, Jr. is strongly attracted to metaphysical and spiritual topics.
John F. Kennedy, Jr. has a strong desire to keep in contact with like-minded people and tends to discuss love relationships problems with them. John seems to be especially drawn to children and young people and is always welcomed and appreciated by them.
He is a social and entertaining person and prefers to talk about beauty, love and art when he is in conversation with others. Courteous and polite, John F. Kennedy, Jr. is well-liked by everyone.
He is very thorough and is likely to commit himself to some type of study or research work. Not very talkative, John F. Kennedy, Jr. tries to avoid contact with others as much as possible and prefers to do his work in seclusion or solitude.
John F. Kennedy, Jr. forms his own conclusion about things and may have some difficulty in exchanging his thoughts and ideas with others, although they regard his ideas as having a good foundation. Most of his conversations tend to have a serious overtone.
His way of thinking is greatly influenced by the conditions in his environment. In general, John F. Kennedy, Jr. prefers to be alone and away from the stress in his surroundings, for his daily contact with others always seems to bring some kind of trouble in one way or another.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Scorpio
Mercury in 3rd house
Mercury Sextile Venus
Mercury Sextile Saturn
Mercury aspects Saturn and Neptune
Mercury Conjunct Neptune
Mercury Conjunct Venus/N. Node
Mercury Conjunct Venus/Asc.
Mercury Conjunct Saturn/Pluto
Mercury Conjunct Saturn/N. Node
Mercury Conjunct Saturn/Asc.