originality and imagination
Areas Where William Hague is Creative, Unique, Unstable, or Compulsive
His work habits may be unstructured and William Hague may find it difficult to settle down to a routine task or work situation.
He is interested in new technologies or unusual, even revolutionary methods of solving problems in his work. Nontraditional healing methods and unconventional medicine also fascinate him. William Hague may work in an alternative health field or work for change and reform in whatever field he chooses.
William Hague has a very active imagination and powerful fantasies. He may develop an interest in the supernatural, psychic phenomena or occult subjects. Hague may have strange fantasies and/or nebulous fears of "ghosts", "the astral plane", or death. It is better for William Hague not to dabble in such areas unless he is thoroughly grounded in the practical world as well.
William Hague's one-to-one relationships are marked by emotional intensity, compulsive attraction, and a sense of fate or destiny. It is as if he simply cannot have light, superficial relationships; they are inevitably profound, intense experiences that reveal William's inner world. William Hague may be drawn to powerful, charismatic, willful people that challenge, thwart, and ultimately evoke his own power and strengths. His marriage is likely to be the arena for Hague's greatest growth.
He is quite amorous and subject to spontaneous relationships that are not lasting. William Hague is somewhat inconsistent in his love relationships and is likely to fall in love many times. Some of his relationships may begin under unusual circumstances.
William Hague tends to have fantastic plans and may talk about them, but he never gets around to act upon them. His mind seems to wander constantly, and he may also have the habit of making promises to others and then not keeping them.
William never seems to plan ahead and tends to take things as they come. When taking a chance on his future, Hague may win sometimes and at other times end up disappointed, because his views are inclined to be based on idealism rather than realism.
At times William Hague may feel that the emotional stress he experiences is just too much to bear. Feeling sad, Hague tends to give up and resign himself to the inevitable. He may try to improve his situation, but does not seem to have the strength to succeed.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Uranus in 6th house
Neptune in 8th house
Pluto in 7th house
Uranus Opposition Venus/MC
Neptune Opposition Mercury/Mars
Neptune Conjunct Jupiter/Uranus
Neptune Conjunct Saturn/Uranus