mental interests and abilities
Outspoken and direct, he is always eager to express his ideas and opinions and does not mind opposing the consensus and stirring up a little controversy. Wilbur has fresh, original ideas and a great deal of enthusiasm for anything new and untried, but once the novelty has worn off, he is interested in another new idea or project. Wilbur Wright never seems to have enough time to do everything he wants. He is very honest, speaks decisively and convincingly about things he believes in, and is unable to pretend to agree with someone if he honestly does not. He may be somewhat lacking in tact.
Wilbur has an unquenchable thirst for knowledge and wisdom and for an ever broadening understanding of life. Wilbur Wright is the perpetual student and will be involved in higher education, philosophy, or religion. Law, broadcasting, publishing, or fields of communications are also areas that interest Wright. World travel and studying other cultures are also strong urges of his.
Wilbur Wright has very little interest in or knack for the technical or mechanical. Wright's forte lies in the human, personal side of life, people, psychology and life's inner workings. Wilbur Wright understands children and enjoys conversing with, counseling, listening to and learning about them. Wright also needs a variety of social and intellectual experiences on a regular basis, and becomes restless, nervous, and irritable if he cannot get out and about. Wright often needs to be mobile, to go for a walk or a drive, to regroup and to reestablish his emotional equilibrium. Wilbur Wright tends to dwell on the past, to ponder its significance, and at times, to long for it. Nostalgia and sentimentality substantially color Wilbur's thinking.
His desire to make a point sometime overrides his receptivity to others' views. He can be a good listener, but Wilbur Wright often finds it hard not to speak out.
He speaks clearly, decisively, and convincingly and thoroughly enjoys a vigorous discussion or debate. Wilbur Wright would be an effective lawyer or public speaker, a salesman of ideas. Others tend to listen to Wright and follow his lead, and he has a talent for directing people and making decisions. Wilbur Wright also has an aptitude for writing - especially criticism or satire.
He is an original thinker, capable of unique discoveries and innovations, but he tends to scatter his energies in too many directions at once and to make impulsive or hasty decisions. Wilbur Wright grasps ideas very quickly and becomes impatient with duller or more conservative minds. A fast-moving, mentally stimulating, and unpredictable atmosphere suits Wilbur quite well, even though he may complain about the stress and the crazy pace. Wilbur Wright has a technical bent and is interested in the newest scientific theories and findings, electronics, computers, etc.
He is sensitive and compassionate in his dealings with other people. But Wilbur Wright tends to get lost in his fantasies when it comes to love relationships; he is inclined to exaggerate his emotions and could easily be deceived or misled.
His way of thinking is greatly influenced by the conditions in his environment. In general, Wilbur Wright prefers to be alone and away from the stress in his surroundings, for his daily contact with others always seems to bring some kind of trouble in one way or another.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Aries
Mercury in 9th house
Moon Opposition Mercury
Mercury aspects Moon and Mars
Mercury Trine Mars
Mercury Square Uranus
Mercury Conjunct Venus/Neptune
Mercury Opposition Saturn/Asc.