Much of what is stated in the previous chapter and this one is similar. His well-honed analytical skills should help Theodor Adorno be successful. His tendency to criticize rather than empathize, however, often makes others feel that he does not appreciate or respect them.
At heart Theodor Adorno is modest and humble and rarely strives to be in the limelight or in a position of power. Theodor Adorno has a sharp analytical mind, a keen eye for detail, and prefers to observe, dissect, and study life from a distance. Conscientious and conservative, Adorno can be relied upon to be cautious, efficient, and thorough in his work and he takes pride in a job well done. What he may lack in self-confidence Theodor Adorno often makes up for in skills - fostering expertise, technical knowledge and competence in a specialized area. He is adept at using his hands to create or fix things, and meticulous attention to detail and careful craftsmanship are his forte. Some would say he is a little too meticulous, for Adorno can be extremely critical and petty if everything is not done exactly as he thinks it should be, and he worries about things that other people consider trivial and unimportant. Theodor Adorno likes to organize, categorize and arrange everything into a logical system and is often distinctly uncomfortable when something does not fit into a neat category. Disorganization vexes Adorno. He probably wishes that he were not such a perfectionist, for besides being a stickler for details, Adorno can also be mercilessly self-critical. Whether in his environment or within himself, Adorno tends to focus on the flaws, with a desire to improve, refine, and perfect. He is strictly factual, truthful, and scrupulously honest in his self-assessment and often does not give himself enough praise or credit.
He is also highly discriminating and may be especially particular about his diet, hygiene, and health habits. Theodor has high aesthetic standards and refined sensitivities, and is bothered by environmental elements (such as disorder, cigarette smoke, etc.) that others overlook. His tastes are simple and understated, yet refined. He is truly offended by coarseness, bluntness and vulgarity. Adorno can sometimes be difficult to live with because of his fastidiousness, sensitivity and idiosyncrasies about food and cleanliness.
Though Theodor Adorno seems rather cool and self-contained, he is very helpful by nature and enjoys serving others. He is content to play a supporting role rather than the lead. He is quietly devoted to the ones he cares for.
He is cautious, realistic and practical in his approach to life and disinclined to gamble. Theodor Adorno analyzes before he acts. He is sometimes too serious. If Adorno allowed himself to play and make mistakes, it would be highly beneficial to his health!
Theodor Adorno has a clear sense of his own self and he therefore conveys a strong impression to others of who he is and what he wants. Assertive and self-motivated, Adorno can be a leader - one whom others look to for direction - but he competes and often clash with other strong individuals. Theodor Adorno feels a need to be in control of his own life and he can be too self-involved, too immersed in his own interests, and oblivious to others at times.
Theodor Adorno aims high, dreams big, and has a tremendous sense of what he is capable of achieving. Overconfidence, grandiosity, lack of humility and/or extreme discontent in modest circumstances may be his faults. Generally, however, Adorno's great expectations and enterprising spirit lead to success. Business, especially when there is an element of risk and speculation involved, is ideally suited to Theodor.
Impulsive, restless and spontaneous, his life is apt to be somewhat unstable and full of sudden changes. Theodor Adorno is extremely independent and craves excitement, adventure, freedom and discovery. Adorno has a rebellious streak and he often feels he is unusual and different from society's mainstream. The unorthodox and the novel appeal to him.
He is intensely willful, zealous, and fanatical though Theodor often hides the intensity of his feelings and his personal motives and desires. Adorno is infatuated with power and has an almost compulsive desire for personal recognition and the desire to be "somebody". Theodor Adorno tends to worship heroes who have powerful personal magnetism and charisma and often seeks to emulate them. Theodor Adorno both fears, and is intensely fascinated with, death and the hidden, secret, dark side of life.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Ascendant in Virgo and Sun in Virgo
Sun in Virgo
Sun in 1st house
Sun Opposition Jupiter
Sun Square Uranus
Sun Square Pluto