mental interests and abilities
His mind operates in a very deliberate and methodical manner and Robert Watson-Watt 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. Robert Watson-Watt 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. Sir Robert has an aptitude for singing or drawing.
He is quite verbal and communicative and eager to get his own ideas and opinions across to others. Robert Watson-Watt says what is on his mind. Others see Watt as a lively, intelligent person, and perhaps somewhat of a chatterbox at times.
Robert Watson-Watt has very little interest in or knack for the technical or mechanical. Watt's forte lies in the human, personal side of life, people, psychology and life's inner workings. Robert Watson-Watt understands children and enjoys conversing with, counseling, listening to and learning about them. Watt also needs a variety of social and intellectual experiences on a regular basis, and becomes restless, nervous, and irritable if he cannot get out and about. Watt often needs to be mobile, to go for a walk or a drive, to regroup and to reestablish his emotional equilibrium. Robert Watson-Watt tends to dwell on the past, to ponder its significance, and at times, to long for it. Nostalgia and sentimentality substantially color Sir Robert's thinking.
Robert Watson-Watt has a brilliant, inventive mind, and Watt's sudden flashes of insight and clear perception enable him to grasp concepts very quickly. At times Watt's mind flits from one subject to the next so rapidly that Robert Watson-Watt cannot thoroughly digest any of them. Sir Robert gets bored and restless, and intellectually rebels against too much tedium. He may be abrupt and impatient with people who plan and plod along, because Robert Watson-Watt likes to be open to inspiration and spontaneous. Watt could invent or discover something truly original, unique or unheard of.
He is mentally active and always seeking new and different avenues of self-expression. Restless, touchy and impulsive, Watt will probably have to learn compromise in his dealings with others. Robert Watson-Watt tends to have an unusual domestic life.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Taurus
Mercury in 1st house
Moon Opposition Mercury
Mercury Opposition Uranus
Mercury Opposition Moon/Uranus