mental interests and abilities
Clear, objective and realistic, he is unimpressed by exaggerated claims or promises. Richard Nixon insists on being shown the facts behind any statement he hears, and his natural skepticism often borders on cynicism. Nixon approaches problems clearly and rationally and maintains his poise and objectivity even in the midst of critical situations. Anyone seeking Nixon's advice is certain to get an unemotional and unbiased assessment of their situation, and Richard - therefore - makes a good arbitrator or judge. He is thorough, conscientious and disciplined in his thinking, and has an aptitude for business, organization and administration. Richard Nixon is also a good strategist, and he will plan and patiently follow a realistic course which will lead to his eventual success. Serious-minded and studious, Nixon enjoys quiet time alone for thinking or reading.
Richard has an introspective turn of mind and may enjoy keeping a journal or a record of his dreams and personal experiences, or learning about psychology, history, and the inner workings and emotional foundations of his own life.Nixon is studious and something of a bookworm.
Richard Nixon appreciates aesthetics and has a fine sense of form, design, and beauty. He could develop great technical skill as an artist, designer, craftsman, or creative writer. Nixon could also sell objects of beauty - artistic products, cosmetics, jewelry, etc.
Richard has the ability to please and harmonize well with others and a talent for assuaging strain in the relationships of other people. His sense of humor, tact, and personal charm are a great benefit to Nixon in any work with people on a one-to-one level.
Although his tact was commented on above, Richard Nixon can also be very direct, even brutally frank, in the way he communicates, as mentioned below.
Richard Nixon has a sharp mind and a sharp tongue as well, and he loves a vigorous discussion or debate. He expresses his thoughts in a clear, decisive, convincing style. Richard dislikes vagueness and fuzzy thinking, and is quick to point out the discrepancies in another person's argument. At times Nixon is verbally aggressive and abrasive toward others, and he tends to overstate his case or offend people with his unadorned frankness. Richard Nixon can be an effective spokesperson, lawyer or salesman. He has an aptitude for writing as well, particularly criticism or satire. Nixon enjoys mental challenges and mental work.
He enjoys philosophical speculation and theorizing about abstract ideas and concepts. Nixon is interested in a broad perspective, universal principles and systems, and connecting relationships and patterns - namely, he prefers to see the whole picture rather than the sum total of its components.Richard Nixon has a great respect and thirst for knowledge and education, and is the proverbial "perpetual student". Richard Nixon also has a talent for teaching and sharing his knowledge, and as a teacher, Richard presents himself as a fellow participant in the ongoing quest for understanding rather than as a figure of authority.
He may become involved in television, publishing or other fields that involve sharing ideas with large groups of people. Richard Nixon excels in areas that require long-range planning and foresight, and can therefore be very successful in business, but he is rather sloppy and haphazard when it comes to implementing his ideas concretely. Richard Nixon should leave the details to someone else. Travel or long-distance contacts and communication will play a major role in his life and work.
Although broadminded and interested in the philosophical or long-range implications of any plan (as mentioned earlier), Nixon's mind is clear and practical as well. His wide-ranging ideas and interests are grounded by a sense of realism and order. At times Richard Nixon may seesaw between his optimism and sense of broader possibilities, and his skepticism and need for facts and tangible proof.
Richard Nixon has a deep, serious turn of mind, and when out of balance, he tends toward pessimism, cynicism, and overly rigid or judgmental thinking. These are tendencies Nixon may have to work to counteract, by choosing to focus on the humor in a situation, associating with cheerful, positive-minded people, and so on. Being around children can sometimes alter and lighten up his mental outlook considerably. Duty, obligation, "should", and "ought to" may color Richard's thinking too much.
Richard Nixon has very strong opinions and may be considered fanatical, extreme, dogmatic or one-sided in his views. Forcing his "truth" onto other people, playing intellectual power games with them or seeking to manipulate their thinking processes could lead to a great deal of conflict and opposition in his life and relationships. He may also be keenly aware of the ways in which the media, popular artists and advertising manipulate and shape our thoughts, for Richard can easily see through hypocrisy, shams and superficial appearances. Richard Nixon has an intense way of communicating, and he may unintentionally come across as a threatening force.
Prudent and far-sighted, Richard Nixon has a talent for organizing and negotiating advantageous business deals. Nixon has a wealth of plans and is capable of thinking them out and putting them into action successfully. Richard Nixon seems to have the sense to avoid any real risky ventures.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Capricorn
Mercury in 4th house
Mercury Sextile Venus
Mercury aspects Venus and Mars
Mercury Conjunct Mars
Mercury Conjunct Jupiter
Mercury aspects Jupiter and Saturn
Mercury Quincunx Saturn
Mercury Opposition Pluto
Mercury Conjunct Mars/Jupiter