originality and imagination
Areas Where Margaret Thatcher is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
Her childhood or her relationships with her parents was unsettling or unstable in some way, so that Margaret Thatcher may never have felt that she had firm ground beneath her feet. One of her parents may have been unusual, eccentric, or an inconstant influence in her life. Abrupt changes in location or in family relationships may have made Margaret feel insecure, but positively - she was given more freedom and less pressure to conform to conventions, which enables Margaret Thatcher to be more of an individual and less tethered to restrictive ideas of how one "should" behave, feel, or live.
Margaret Thatcher loves to dream, fantasize, and speculate. She is willing to entertain the most far fetched ideas and philosophies, since to Thatcher anything is possible.
Anything exotic, alien, or faraway holds a great attraction for Thatcher. Margaret Thatcher can have very otherworldly beliefs which are quite impractical and irrelevant to her everyday existence.
She is a person of great depth and has a deep interest in the hidden or darker side of life. Issues and experiences others shun - Margaret Thatcher is drawn to and compelled to examine. The use and misuse of personal, social, and political power intrigues her. Death is also an area Thatcher is fascinated with and may explore in depth. Margaret Thatcher may have many experiences in which she is forced to burn her bridges and start over again.
Her normal energies could suddenly go down and Margaret Thatcher is likely to experience self-doubt about her abilities and inner fears that her security will be taken away. Thatcher could also be subject to sudden, unexpected upsets in her life.
She is inclined to be a fanatic in love relationships and could fall in love at first sight. Margaret's experiences in love relationships are likely to be very unusual and she may be attracted to someone who is quite different from her in social background, age or interests.
In her desire to get ahead in life quickly, Thatcher tends to act without sufficient forethought. This could bring unexpected set-backs, making her angry and irritable. Margaret Thatcher also tends to have a quick temper and could be subject to violent actions.
Quite rebellious, Margaret Thatcher has a strong need for freedom and she does not bend to someone else's will very easily. Margaret wants to brake away from restriction at all cost, but may be held back by obligations to older members of her family.
Thatcher constantly has a need to be around other people and may often suddenly seek the company of others. Margaret Thatcher tends to be somewhat impulsive, and some of her relationships are likely to be quite unusual.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 4th house
Neptune in 9th house
Pluto in 8th house
Uranus Opposition Sun/Neptune
Uranus Opposition Venus/Pluto
Uranus Opposition Mars/MC
Uranus Opposition Saturn/N. Node
Uranus Opposition N. Node/Asc.