mental interests and abilities
His mind operates in a very deliberate and methodical manner and Orson Welles dislikes being rushed or forced into give an opinion before he has thoroughly ruminated and digested an idea. He is also difficult to sway once his mind is made up.
Though slower at grasping new concepts or learning new skills, he is patient and persevering and in fact, often becomes quite adept at whatever he sets his mind to for he is willing to devote much time and attention to it. Orson Welles succeeds, not so much because of his intellectual brilliance, but because he has the ability to concentrate and follow a project through to its completion. Orson has an aptitude for singing or drawing.
Orson does not speak up readily, even when he has a lot to say! Also, his mind tends to drift and Welles finds it difficult to study very factual material that does not have much color or imaginative appeal. His intuition and first impressions are likely to be quite accurate, however, and Orson Welles tends to depend upon this faculty in making decisions.
He is not interested in subjects that are wholly abstract or technical. There must be a personal, human element to spark Welles' interest. His interests revolve around people and their inner motivations, feelings, personal lives and experiences. Orson Welles is a natural listener with a talent for getting others to talk about their lives, relationships, dreams and desires - namely the things that are meaningful to them. Welles could also be an excellent writer, reporter or biographer.
Orson Welles has a particular interest in the past. He is concerned either with personal history (childhood and early family experiences, genealogy, etc.) or with the roots and origins of societies (archeology, mythology, history, etc.).
Orson Welles is nostalgic and he loves to hear others' life stories and to discuss his own experiences and feelings. Orson likes to read biographies and memoirs, and he probably keeps a diary or journal himself. Orson Welles also has the ability to be a successful public speaker.
He is mentally restless, intellectually thirsty, and immensely curious. Orson Welles may study and travel widely in order to satisfy these urges and he is even happier if he shares his journeys with companions. Orson's gifts lie in his capacity for learning about the beliefs of a broad spectrum of people, making long-distance connections, opening up channels of communication and understanding, bringing people together from foreign lands, and promoting social and cultural exchange.
His thinking is somewhat sober and Welles visualizes everything with complete reality. Orson Welles tends to be a late bloomer and could be a bit narrow-minded or selfish in matters of love relationships. Orson Welles seems to have a certain fear of being left out in some way.
His sexuality probably developed early in life and problems of love relationships could be on his mind a lot. Orson Welles may adopt a somewhat pompous and flirtatious way of speech and the subject "sex" may come up repeatedly during the course of his conversations.
Orson Welles has a tendency to show other people that he is someone to be reckoned with. He is inclined to be irritable, easily angered, and quick to take offense. Orson Welles may also have a sharp tongue and he is likely to have frequent quarrels or disputes in his relationships.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Taurus
Mercury in 12th house
Moon Square Mercury
Mercury Sextile Jupiter
Mercury Conjunct Venus/Saturn
Mercury Conjunct Venus/Pluto
Mercury Conjunct Mars/Asc.