originality and imagination
Areas Where Orson Welles is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
He is unconventional, even iconoclastic, in his attitude toward religion, philosophy, and politics. Orson Welles tends to see traditional religion as restrictive, meaningless ritual with little to offer, and he is eager to experiment with other, alternative pathways. Orson has lots of creative, innovative ideas and he often feels that others are unwilling to take risks and venture out of their deeply ingrained perspectives and views.
He may have a great deal of confusion over money, financial matters, and ownership. Perhaps these things mean very little to Orson. Or possibly Orson Welles simply does not know how to deal with them in a realistic, effective way.
Also, Orson Welles may make his living through artistic, musical, or highly imaginative endeavors.
He is an intense person, inclined to be wholeheartedly and passionately involved in whatever his current interest is. Orson Welles easily goes to extremes and he makes more moderate, easy-going souls feel uncomfortable.
Orson Welles may have unusual charisma and he also is profoundly influenced by powerful, charismatic figures that he models himself after. Learning to use personal power appropriately is an issue for Welles. Negatively, Orson Welles can be manipulative and obsessed with personal aggrandizement. Positively, he can be a potent force for change, growth, and healing in the world.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 9th house
Neptune in 2nd house
Pluto in 1st house