originality and imagination
Areas Where Theodore Roosevelt is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
Most people do not see his wild, daring, "crazy" side, and Theodore Roosevelt himself may be unaware of it! Teddy 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!
Roosevelt is a very idealistic person, and he wants to see his ideals, hopes, and dreams made concrete and real in the everyday world. Theodore Roosevelt is driven to put his ideals into action.
When young, Theodore Roosevelt may be rather aimless or confused about his place in the world. In early adult life it is likely that he struggles to find ways to express his imagination, fantasies, and ideals in his career. Work that involves compassionate service (such as medicine or the ministry) may be Teddy's calling. If Theodore Roosevelt lacks personal integrity and honesty, he quickly goes to the opposite extreme and can con others through dishonesty and trickery. Music, art, film-making or entertainment are also areas in which Roosevelt is well-suited.
He may have a deep aversion to groups, associations, clubs, or organizations of any kind. Any such group Theodore Roosevelt becomes involved in is likely to be either for intense personal growth, change, and healing, or centered around social change and revising society in some manner.
There seems to be a nervous unrest about Theodore Roosevelt, and he tends to be somewhat irritable and easily excitable. Others may consider his views of the world a bit peculiar, as Teddy's grasp of reality is apt to be a little confusing.
Theodore Roosevelt tends to underestimate his ability to succeed and is often unable to follow through on his intentions. He is quick to resign, easily drained and should guard against depression and negative mental, emotional or physical reactions.
Roosevelt seems to have doubts and fears, and a general distrust, inhibiting him emotionally. Theodore Roosevelt has a longing for distant places and things that are beyond his reach. Insecurity and lack of belief in himself is apt to bring frequent states of depression.
His romantic relationships could be a source of disappointment. Theodore Roosevelt tends to fall in love for the wrong reasons and should beware of immoral conduct. Teddy loves the momentary glitter of the world of illusion and finds it difficult to face the real world.
His fantasies are inexhaustible and he has very far-reaching ideas. Theodore Roosevelt is inclined to make big plans that are way out of his reach and impossible to follow through. Teddy has to guard against becoming involved with some ill-considered enterprises.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 12th house
Neptune in 10th house
Pluto in 11th house
Uranus Conjunct Saturn/Neptune
Neptune Opposition Sun/Saturn
Neptune Opposition Mercury/Saturn
Neptune Opposition Venus/Asc.
Pluto Conjunct Jupiter/Neptune