Pope Benedict XV
originality and imagination
Areas Where Pope Benedict XV is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
His childhood or his relationships with his parents was unsettling or unstable in some way, so that Pope Benedict XV may never have felt that he had firm ground beneath his feet. One of his parents may have been unusual, eccentric, or an inconstant influence in his life. Abrupt changes in location or in family relationships may have made Pope Benedict XV feel insecure, but positively - he was given more freedom and less pressure to conform to conventions, which enables Pope Benedict XV to be more of an individual and less tethered to restrictive ideas of how one "should" behave, feel, or live.
He may have a great deal of confusion over money, financial matters, and ownership. Perhaps these things mean very little to Pope Benedict XV. Or possibly Pope Benedict XV simply does not know how to deal with them in a realistic, effective way.
Also, Pope Benedict XV may make his living through artistic, musical, or highly imaginative endeavors.
There was much that was hidden or secret in Giacomo della Chiesa's childhood home, and Pope Benedict XV absorbed a sense of shame or a feeling that he needs to hide and protect who he is from others. One of his parents had an especially intense bond to Pope Benedict XV and profoundly influenced him, perhaps dominated or controlled him in subtle ways. Unlocking the secrets of the past, and learning to develop intimate and close relationships with others without controlling or being controlled are issues for Giacomo della Chiesa.
Pope Benedict XV has a restless spirit and could be a revolutionist or rebel. His total disregard for convention may cause him to be very rebellious, going his own way without regard for what others say or think. Pope Benedict XV could also be prone to suffer inner conflicts.
Pope Benedict XV has a somewhat melancholic nature and he probably lacks self-confidence. Feeling inferior, Giacomo della Chiesa is likely to fear things that are not at all threatening to others. A sense of anxiety for no apparent reason may cause Pope Benedict XV to feel depressed at times.
His goals tend to be somewhat confused and unrealistic and because of this, Pope Benedict XV could be victimized by others without being aware of it. But at times Pope Benedict XV may also be the perpetrator, hiding the truth from others and trying to deceive them.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 4th house
Neptune in 2nd house
Pluto in 4th house
Uranus Opposition Sun/MC
Neptune Opposition Moon/Saturn
Neptune Conjunct Jupiter/Pluto