He is not easily moved by emotional displays and can be curiously detached from his own emotions and those of others. It is almost as if he could turn his feelings on and off at will; Orson should be careful not to leave the switch "off" too often, for he could easily become too impersonal. Family relationships and attachments are not as important to him as they are to most people and Welles often considers his friends closer to him than his blood relatives. Certainly, Welles' sympathy and concern extends much beyond his immediate family. In his personal relationships, Orson Welles insists upon a certain amount of independence and the freedom to pursue friendships with as many people, of both sexes, as he chooses. Orson does not appreciate a jealous, possessive partner.
Orson Welles feels comfortable in an atmosphere that is open and experimental, and he has little taste for convention and tradition.
Orson Welles may have done extensive traveling in his early years, or in some way had a background which enables him to understand and identify with many different types of people or cultures.
Welles has a craving for things which are far away and foreign or for things he has never experienced before. Orson Welles wants to completely immerse himself in the feelings and tastes of a new place, rather than simply have facts or an intellectual appreciation. Emotionally, too, Orson is restless and something of a wanderer.
Welles is rambunctious and a little rowdy at times, and he enjoys sharing this kind of energy with his friends. Making noise, cheering at a football game, or even getting into a friendly fight all seem like a good time to him. In fact, Orson Welles needs to do these things or otherwise he gets crabby.
Orson has an unusual sense of humor and enjoys acting a little bit crazy or outlandish sometimes. Welles craves excitement and emotional freedom and he likes to break the rules and take risks. Anything new or untried appeals to Welles and he has little patience for restrictive customs. Orson Welles is attracted to unusual, creative, or offbeat people and nontraditional lifestyles and relationships.
He is getting quickly excited by other people and will probably have many relationships that are terminated just as quickly as they are made. Orson Welles does not like to be alone and he always keeps his house open for his friends and acquaintances.
His love feelings and desires are easily aroused but he may find it difficult to sustain his romantic interest in relationships after the initial, exciting "chase and conquest". Orson Welles enjoys a dynamic partner with a strong independent streak, and he does not like things to become too peaceful or predictable in the love arena. Orson wants to see sparks fly once in awhile, even if it means instigating a fight.
Welles is a very sociable, congenial person and he wilts very quickly without relationships with good friends and people to share good times with. Orson Welles thoroughly enjoys working with others on group projects or community activities. He is quite happy when he is a part of a club, support group, or team of some sort.
Orson Welles is extremely amorous and it is difficult for him to go without romantic relationships for very long. When he is attracted to someone, Orson Welles pursues her very ardently and sometimes comes on too strong. Being engaged in creative or artistic work can also satisfy his very strong desire for love and beauty.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Aquarius
Moon in 9th house
Moon Sextile Mars
Moon Conjunct Uranus
Moon Conjunct Uranus/N. Node
Venus in Aries
Venus in 11th house
Venus Conjunct Mars