mental interests and abilities
He is more of a poet than a rational scientist, for his mind does not function in a strictly logical, linear fashion. The language of music, art or poetry comes naturally to William Hague, and he is also able to think in highly abstract and symbolic terms. Translating his thoughts and impressions into concrete, everyday language may be difficult for Hague at times he may consequently appear less intelligent or at least less quick-witted and verbal than others. This was especially true of William Hague as a child, and he probably daydreamed a good deal as well. He is intuitive and able to sense the thoughts and feelings of others even before they say anything to him. William often forms an opinion about a person or situation without much factual knowledge of them, and his impressions are usually correct. Hague can be somewhat absent-minded and he becomes so immersed in his own thoughts that he overlooks things in his immediate, tangible environment. William Hague is extremely open-minded and believes that anything is possible. Intangible or spiritual forces seem just as real to William Hague as anything in the concrete world. His imagination and sympathetic understanding of other people are two of his greatest gifts.
He is quite verbal and communicative and eager to get his own ideas and opinions across to others. William Hague says what is on his mind. Others see Hague as a lively, intelligent person, and perhaps somewhat of a chatterbox at times.
He speaks clearly, decisively, and convincingly and thoroughly enjoys a vigorous discussion or debate. William Hague would be an effective lawyer or public speaker, a salesman of ideas. Others tend to listen to Hague and follow his lead, and he has a talent for directing people and making decisions. William Hague also has an aptitude for writing - especially criticism or satire.
Even though Hague can be a decisive and convincing speaker (as indicated earlier), he also has a highly imaginative and intuitive mind. This combination offers a number of possibilities: William could accurately articulate the images and fantasies he has, he could forcefully convince others of his own brand of idealism (or illusion!), or William Hague may alternate from being very clear and direct to being rather evasive or poetic. The following describes the more fluid, non-rational aspect of Hague's thinking.
He is open and receptive to subjects that defy rational explanation, such as psychic phenomena, mental telepathy and metaphysics, and Hague could teach these subjects to others. His mind is imaginative and inspired and William Hague has an aptitude for art and creative writing.
William Hague has very strong opinions and may be considered fanatical, extreme, dogmatic or one-sided in his views. Forcing his "truth" onto other people, playing intellectual power games with them or seeking to manipulate their thinking processes could lead to a great deal of conflict and opposition in his life and relationships. He may also be keenly aware of the ways in which the media, popular artists and advertising manipulate and shape our thoughts, for William can easily see through hypocrisy, shams and superficial appearances. William Hague has an intense way of communicating, and he may unintentionally come across as a threatening force.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mercury in Pisces
Mercury in 1st house
Mercury Trine Mars
Mercury aspects Mars and Neptune
Mercury Trine Neptune
Mercury Opposition Pluto