originality and imagination
Areas Where T.S. Eliot is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
Most people do not see his wild, daring, "crazy" side, and T. S. Eliot himself may be unaware of it! Thomas tends to hold back the unconventional, inventive, impulsive side of his nature - or to live it out only in his private fantasies. He may have strange dreams!
T. S. Eliot has a very active imagination and powerful fantasies. He may develop an interest in the supernatural, psychic phenomena, or occult subjects. Eliot may have strange fantasies and/or nebulous fears of "ghosts", "the astral plane", or death. It is better for T. S. Eliot not to dabble in such areas unless he is thoroughly grounded in the practical world as well.
He is a person of great depth and has a deep interest in the hidden or darker side of life. Issues and experiences others shun - T. S. Eliot is drawn to and compelled to examine. The use and misuse of personal, social, and political power intrigues him. Death is also an area Eliot is fascinated with and may explore in depth. T. S. Eliot may have many experiences in which he is forced to burn his bridges and start over again.
Thomas has an extraordinary spirit of enterprise and seems to be a born entrepreneur. He is inclined to take on big projects or enterprises and is likely to have unusual successes. T. S. Eliot probably experienced definite successes early in life.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 12th house
Neptune in 8th house
Pluto in 8th house
Pluto Opposition Mars/Jupiter