mental interests and abilities
Clear, objective and realistic, he is unimpressed by exaggerated claims or promises. Ronald Reagan insists on being shown the facts behind any statement he hears, and his natural skepticism often borders on cynicism. Reagan approaches problems clearly and rationally and maintains his poise and objectivity even in the midst of critical situations. Anyone seeking Reagan's advice is certain to get an unemotional and unbiased assessment of their situation, and Ronald - 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. Ronald Reagan 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, Reagan enjoys quiet time alone for thinking or reading.
He is quite verbal and communicative and eager to get his own ideas and opinions across to others. Ronald Reagan says what is on his mind. Others see Reagan as a lively, intelligent person, and perhaps something of a chatterbox at times.
An independent and original thinker, Ronald is excited by new ideas, discoveries, and innovations. His mind functions in an intuitive, nonlinear fashion and sudden insights and ideas often come to him "out of the blue". Ronald Reagan grasps ideas very quickly and often becomes impatient with those who are slower or more cautious than he. More conservative minds deem him rather eccentric and unusual in his interests. Ronald Reagan does well in an open, unpredictable atmosphere where flexibility and quick responses are needed. Ronald Reagan has an aptitude for science, mathematics, electronics or astrology.
His mind is intuitive, imaginative, colorful and strongly influenced by imagery or fantasy. Reagan sees the world with the eyes of an artist or a poet, and the hard sciences, as well as fields of endeavor based on concrete facts, rules or rigorous logic, are not Reagan's forte. At times he is able to perceive things that other people cannot - e.g. the "aura" of a place or a person - while at others, Ronald Reagan apparently does not see and/or overlooks things that are blatantly obvious to others. One problem Ronald Reagan is prone to is that he projects his fantasies, wishes and dreams onto other people or external circumstances and simply fails to see what is actually at stake.
Reagan approaches his environment positively, but tends to be a bit critical towards others. He is inclined to seek recognition from his friends and associates and usually is able to get it. Ronald Reagan also enjoys keeping in contact with young people.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Capricorn
Mercury in 1st house
Mercury Conjunct Uranus
Mercury Opposition Neptune
Mercury Conjunct Sun/Asc.