Not only is Ronald Reagan restless and adventurous (as mentioned in the previous chapter), he also has a rebellious, unconventional streak and really wants to have a significant impact on the world. He is a very active person and likely to be involved in community affairs as well as successful in his business or career.
He is a freedom-loving, strong-willed and independent-minded individual, and he insists upon living his own life as he sees fit, even if it means ignoring convention and tradition. In personal relationships, Ronald Reagan cannot be owned or possessed, and while he is willing to share himself with another, he does not always adjust easily to the emotional give and take of close relationships. Though intellectually open, Reagan can be enormously stubborn, opinionated and inflexible on a one-to-one level. Ronald has strong convictions and feelings about fairness and equality, and he tries to abide by them; however, his ideals about how people "should" treat one another do not always take into account human weaknesses, differences and needs. Ronald Reagan probably dislikes sentimentality and traditional gender roles and "games".
He is fair, intelligent, objective and rational and he often let his head rule rather than his heart. Ronald Reagan seems rather self-sufficient and emotionally detached because he is capable of putting aside his personal feelings and viewing things dispassionately. But once Ronald makes up his mind on an issue, it is difficult to dissuade him, and he can be rather dogmatic.
Ronald Reagan thinks in broad terms and is concerned with the world beyond his own personal sphere - his town, nation, or even planet. He is likely to become involved in, or show a keen interest in, community endeavors, social organizations and groups of all kinds. He enjoys being part of a group endeavor, and he often assumes the role of organizing, managing or supervising group activities.
Forward-looking and progressive, he harbors great hopes for the future. Ronald Reagan stays current and up to date, and responds to contemporary cultural trends, both in terms of personal style and ideas. When young, Ronald Reagan was very influenced by peer pressure and by all the "latest crazes". Ronald has an experimental mind and is attracted to novelty.
His strong points include his concern for human welfare and social betterment, his sense of fairness and democratic spirit, and his vision. His faults are his stubbornness and inflexibility, and a tendency to be very obtuse and insensitive when it comes to personal feelings and human needs.
Ownership gives Ronald Reagan a sense of security, and he has a strong attachment to his possessions. Ronald also has a natural instinct or understanding of economics, finance, trade, and appraising the value of merchandise.
Ronald Reagan often feels that he is at cross purposes with himself, for his conscious intentions and desires conflict with his subconscious emotional needs and drives. He is torn in two different directions. Ronald has difficulty satisfying both his need to be an individual and his need for caring relationships and a sense of belonging. Moreover, Ronald sends out mixed messages so people do not always know how to respond to him or what Ronald really wants, thereby creating confusion or conflict in close relationships.
Ronald has big aspirations and the desire to succeed in life in a grand way. Ronald Reagan tends to exaggerate, promise more than is feasible and misjudge by being overly optimistic. However, he never gives up on his hopes for the future. Reagan tends to be restless and discontent with the responsibilities and limitations of life.
Ronald Reagan tends to be very impressionable and psychically open, and as a youngster, he could have been dominated in his relationships with more forceful personalities. Afraid of confrontation, Reagan may have become passive, identified himself as a helpless victim, or tried to gain his desires in underhanded ways.
Ronald's hypersensitivity to his environment is apt to be a challenge for him in other ways as well. Pollutants, ugliness, or dissonance in any form is apt to affect Ronald Reagan more than most people.
He is somewhat excitable and quickly aroused. Ronald Reagan could be a little self-centered, but at the same time also magnetic. Ronald likes to flirt and tends to fall in love at first sight, but he then transfers his affections to someone else for no apparent reason.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Ascendant in Sagittarius and Sun in Aquarius
Sun in Aquarius
Sun in 2nd house
Sun Square Moon
Sun Square Jupiter
Sun Quincunx Neptune
Sun Conjunct Venus/Uranus