She is very sensitive, cautious, and shy about showing others her feelings. Though she may love and care for someone a great deal, Mary Astor rarely expresses her feelings openly and freely. Very often Astor's love for someone is expressed by her wish to help her, do something tangible to benefit her or serve her in some way.
It is also difficult for her to receive warmth, affection or appreciation, for she often feels that she does not really deserve it or that "they do not really mean it". Astor may therefore come across as rather cool and aloof - much more so than she feels.
A deeply ingrained critical attitude often makes Mary difficult to live with. Mary Astor needs to learn to be gentler and less of a perfectionist with others and with herself.
Astor works well with the public and has an instinct for what the public wants and will respond to. Having a "nest" is not especially important to Mary, and she may invest more of her emotional energy into her career or public life than in her private life. She is likely to be engaged in providing and caring for others in a professional capacity.
Mary Astor has a buoyant, cheerful disposition and she reaches out to others in a warm, open and friendly way. Her emotional generosity and lack of pettiness is well known among her circle of friends, and people often seek Mary out for help, sympathy or advice. Mary Astor is always willing to overlook others' faults, and she sometimes overdoes her charitableness.
There is another side to Mary Astor as well, a rather introverted, self-contained, even pessimistic side which tempers her good cheer and generosity, as discussed below.
Some rather acute fears of being excluded, rejected, left out in the cold or separated from loved ones can make Mary Astor either extremely cautious about getting close to people or clingy toward whoever gives her any warmth or security. Mary Astor tends to withhold and clamp down on many of her feelings and craves nurturing and security, perhaps feeling that they are unacceptable or will never be satisfied. Learning to be open and trust others to nurture her is important to her. Her earliest years, especially Astor's relationships with her mother, will determine whether Mary Astor will overcome her fears or retreat behind a mask of self-sufficiency and indifference.
In addition to Mary's rather introverted, serious or self-contained side, she has a wild streak and urge for emotional freedom that breaks through erratically. Mary Astor craves both stability and excitement, and the conflict between these two impulses can make Astor rather tense and irritable. However, they can also balance each other out. Her freer and unpredictable side will now be described.
She is uninhibited and spontaneous and will often do something unexpected or humorous in order to loosen people up and get them out of their rut. Mary Astor craves emotional stimulation, excitement, surprises and anything new. Astor also loves to feel free and unfettered.
Mary Astor tends to surround herself with people who are gentle, sensitive, peace loving, and artistically or spiritually inclined, and there is a strong element of mutual compassion and sympathy in her personal relationships. It is easy for Mary to tune in psychically to other people's feelings and emotional worlds. Mary Astor may share this type of telepathic link with her mother, sisters, or female friends in particular.
Emotionally excitable, Astor tends to act impulsively and make rash decisions without thinking of the consequences. Others may see Mary as an eccentric, somewhat selfish and unpredictable. Mary Astor seems to attract sudden upsetting experiences.
Mary Astor responds in a strong emotional way to the influence of her environment and has a need to reform those around her. Mary has a very powerful psychic influence on others and they may look to Astor for guidance and direction, and she rarely lets them down.
In a love relationship, Mary Astor is more interested in the person's sense of humor and intelligence than in her physique. Mary likes a partner who is mentally alive and keeps her guessing and Mary Astor becomes restless and bored with someone who never asks questions, changes or surprises her. It is very important to Mary Astor's happiness to talk, share ideas, go places together and learn new things together. Mary Astor needs ample social stimulation, is somewhat of a flirt, and likes to have many friends of both sexes. Astor finds a possessive, jealous partner very stifling.
Astor is a very personable, affectionate, loving friend and will always know many people who love and cherish her. Mary Astor prefers being with others rather than on her own, and she feels very incomplete without a special person in her life to share her love with. Being half of a close, loving relationship is very important to Mary.
Mary is a peacemaker - the one who adapts, harmonizes, and makes concessions for the sake of the relationship. Her charm and agreeableness make Mary Astor very popular.
Mary Astor is extremely amorous and it is difficult for her to go without romantic relationships for very long. When she is attracted to someone, Mary Astor pursues her very ardently and sometimes comes on too strong. Being engaged in creative or artistic work can also satisfy her very strong desire for love and beauty.
She is creative and ingenious and will put deep, feeling energy into her creations. But her emotional state is easily upset and Astor can be a fanatic in love relationships. Mary Astor tends to be possessive and she has such intense needs that disappointments may be unavoidable.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Virgo
Moon in 10th house
Moon Square Jupiter
Moon aspects Jupiter and Saturn
Moon Opposition Saturn
Moon aspects Saturn and Uranus
Moon Trine Uranus
Moon Sextile Neptune
Moon Opposition Sun/Uranus
Moon Conjunct Pluto/Asc.
Venus in Gemini
Venus in 7th house
Venus Conjunct Mars
Venus Conjunct Sun/Pluto